Jan 30, 2021
In this episode of our Climate 201 series, we continue discussing the practical emissions-reduction solutions from Project Drawdown - talking about regenerative agriculture, managing refridgerants, and why we abandoned electric cars which were the majority of automobiles in the 1880s!
Jan 26, 2021
This episode, we have a guest on the show that I'm very excited about. Professor Steve Keen is an economist and author who has been a longstanding critic of neoclassical economics, which has included writing the bestselling Debunking Economics book and hosting the podcast of the same name, as well as developing several...
Jan 19, 2021
In this Climate 201 episode, we look at some of the climate change mitigation solutions proposed by Project Drawdown, in an effort to be more quantiative about what needs to be done to address our greenhouse gas emissions.
Jan 12, 2021
In this episode, we discuss the Kaya decomposition - splitting CO2 emissions into CO2/energy, Energy/GDP, GDP/person, and population. We'll talk about its usefulness and limitations in tracking what drives carbon emissions.
Jan 7, 2021
I sat down with Paul Johnston (@PaulDJohnston), cloud computing
expert and tech/climate scholar, to talk about how the tech sector
should tackle climate change, as well as his experiences discussing
climate change with businesses and helping to run a community
=> How should technology companies approach...