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Best Climate Podcast Episodes of 2020 - Climate and Capital

A curated episode list by
yankeekiwi

Creation Date November 21st, 2020
Updated Date Updated August 7th, 2021
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The top 12 episodes of climate shows for the year. Curated by Mark Spencer, Founder of the Climactic Collective - the climate-engaged podcast network - learn more at climactic.fm
  1. The International Organization for Migration estimates that between 25 million and 1 billion people will move as a result of climate change within the next 30 years. Toby Kent, the City of Melbourne's first Chief Resilience Officer, joins Mark
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  2. This episode's guest is Mark Joiner.Mark is the former Executive Director of Finance for NAB, the current Chair of QBE Insurance, and has previously held a myriad of top-tier roles in the financial sector.I know what you may be thinking... "wha
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  3. For some business owners the environment might be the last thing you’re considering as you navigate operations through the pandemic. With visible improvement in water and air across the globe during COVID-19 it’s an image we can have in the fut
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  4. Is the Climate Active certification a true climate solution for businesses and their emissions? Or is it just another smokescreen to confuse consumers? You can find me here: Twitter | Linkedin | Instagram | Website Support the show: https://w
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  5. Miami Beach could be mostly underwater within eighty years, but construction of new beachfront properties is booming. What’s behind this disconnect? To find out, writer Sarah Miller went undercover posing as a high end buyer to meet with real e
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  6. This is our second episode of an Outrage + Optimism investigative series on The Future of Transport. There’s no denying that for over a century, fossil fuels have played a key role in humanity’s progress. But at a cost. They account for two-thi
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  7. The only way to create the future is to imagine it first. In our final release of Season Three, Mary, Maeve & Thimali explore regenerative futures for all on the other side of a very special US election.
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  8. Extreme E news aplenty with some electric powerboats and scooters sprinkled in for good measure on this episode of Regen.Media of the weekChris: The Owl ManDeano: Secret ScotlandA final announcement for episode 50 - this is the end of Regen E R
  9. Ash and Jess find out about Australia’s potential as a global leader in renewable power, and start to unpack the structures and powers that keep us dependent on fossil fuels. We learn more about what everyday people can do to kick coal out of t
  10. A city in the heart of cattle and sheep country, with a strong industry and residential mix at its heart, Tamworth in NSW is coming good after the longest drought on record. The drought was so severe, it shocked the city and its residents and f
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