Jul 22, 2020
This week, we have a guest on the show - economics and finance writer Frances Coppola. She's the author of a book, "Quantiative Easing for the People", which argues that central banks and governments should work in concert to ensure that their response to financial crises really helps the entire economy, rather than...
Jun 24, 2020
In this slightly news-y episode, we pick up on last week's
episode and talk about progress that governments have made in
enacting green economic stimulus to follow the coronavirus, as well
as the negative redistributive and climate impacts of quantiative
Jun 17, 2020
I explore the possible impact that the COVID-19 pandemic will have on our efforts to deal with climate change.
Jun 8, 2020
The first of two episodes on climate change and the coronavirus
- parallels, similarities, and differences - in which we consider
some of the similarities between "climate skeptics" and "COVID
Also, listener mail.
Jun 4, 2020
Well, the manifestation of a global catastrophic risk means that it's time for us to bring back the very first guest on this show, from back in 2017. Phil Torres is a scholar of existential risks - you can find him on Twitter @xriskology and his website at xriskology.com, and we are delighted to ask him back to the show...