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Fresh Dialogues

A Technology, Society and Culture podcast
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Alison van Diggelen in conversation with leaders in business, technology and the arts - with a green focus.

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Greta Thunberg, Elon Musk, Climate Action. A BBC Dialogue
___ This week, Greta Thunberg, the Swedish teenager, stole the show at the United Nations General Assembly. Thanks to her, climate change is on the minds of the world. I was invited to discuss climate change action on the BBC World Service this month and we explored the role of activists like Thunberg, indigenous people, and technology […]
Secrets of Venture Capital: An Insider’s View of Bias, Ethics, Rule Breaking
Have you ever wondered how venture capitalists in Silicon Valley decide what startups to fund and what ones to skip? I had the opportunity to sit down with one of these “masters of the universe” and explore the secrets of venture capital. Scott Kupor is managing partner at Andreessen Horowitz (AH) – one of the most successful VC […]
College cheaters – who suffers most? A BBC Report
Perhaps you weren’t shocked by the college applications scandal that recently broke in the United States? I must confess, I was deeply upset because it reveals a low tide mark in our society’s ethics today and underlines the absence of integrity in so many people’s lives. But I’m also saddened because “Operation Varsity Blues” has wider implications for our […]
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Started
May 1st, 2009
Latest Episode
Sep 25th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
115
Avg. Episode Length
Less than a minute
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No

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