The Ezra Klein Show | 19 December 2019 | 1h 16m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Jane Flegal discussing the technology and anthropology of geoengineering. Covers the state of the technology, its advantages and disadvantages, and issues with its governance.
Science for the People | 3 June 2016 | 1h 00m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Oliver Morton about his book The Planet Remade: How Geoengineering Could Change the World. Considers the science of geoengineering to mitigate climate change, discussing how geoengineering might work, and the political and ethical questions surrounding it.
The Julia Hartley-Brewer Show | 17 October 2019 | 0h 53m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with science and climate change writer Matt Ridley about the Extinction Rebellion protests over climate change. Discusses the risks of climate change and what the proposed targets to cut carbon emissions would mean for the lives of ordinary people.
HBR IdeaCast | 17 September 2019 | 0h 27m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Andrew McAfee about ideas from his book More from Less: The Surprising Story of How We Learned to Prosper Using Fewer Resources – and What Happens Next. Explains how many economies are growing while new technologies are reducing their use of timber, metals, fertilizer, and other resources.
EconTalk | 10 June 2019 | 1h 10m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Bjorn Lomborg, President of the Copenhagen Consensus Center, about the costs and benefits of attacking climate change. Lomborg argues that we should always be aware of tradeoffs and effectiveness when assessing policies to reduce global warming. He advocates for realistic solutions that consider the potential to improve human life in other ways. He is sceptical of the potential to move away from fossil fuels and argues that geo-engineering and adaptation may be the most effective ways to cope with climate change.