Alex Epstein on Fossil Future

The Power Hungry Podcast | 24 May 2022 | 1h 23m | Listen Later | Podcasts | Spotify
Interview with Alex Epstein about his book Fossil Future: Why Global Human Flourishing Requires More Oil, Coal, and Natural Gas – Not Less. Discusses why hydrocarbons cannot be replaced anytime soon, why so many “designated experts” on energy and climate are wrong, the false belief in the earth as a “delicate nurturer,” and why we need more intellectual openness and energy humanism in the policy debate.

Patrick Moore – Greenpeace’s Ex-President – Is Climate Change A Hoax?

Modern Wisdom | 18 September 2021 | 1h 40m | Listen Later | iTunes | Spotify
Interview with Patrick Moore about his book Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom. Discusses his thoughts on humanity’s impact on global warming temperatures, his opinion on Extinction Rebellion and Greta Thunberg, what people mean when they say we’ve only got 50 harvests left, whether we should be worried about rising sea levels and more.

Jonathan Goldberg – Capturing Carbon

Invest Like the Best | 18 March 2021 | 0h 50m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Jonathan Goldberg, the founder, and CEO of Carbon Direct, a company focused on advising and investing in carbon removal at scale. Discusses commodities trading, the state of the carbon problem today, the importance of global carbon standards and carbon taxes, and the necessity for and future of carbon capture and removal technologies.

Bill Gates on How Business Leaders Can Fight Climate Change

HBR IdeaCast | 16 February 2021 | 0h 25m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Bill Gates about his book How to Avoid a Climate Disaster: The Solutions We Have and the Breakthroughs We Need. Makes the case for aggressive action to get to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 and insists that regulation isn’t enough. Argues that businesses need to pave the way forward by investing much more heavily in climate-friendly innovation.

Should We Dim the Sun? Will We Even Have a Choice?

The Ezra Klein Show | 9 February 2021 | 0h 56m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Elizabeth Kolbert about her book Under a White Sky: The Nature of the Future. Discusses the prospect of intentionally sending sulphurous particles into the atmosphere to dim the sun, whether carbon capture technology could scale up to to make a dent in emissions levels, the ethics of using gene-editing technologies to make endangered species more resistant to climate change, the governance mechanisms needed to prevent these technologies from getting out of hand, what a healthier narrative about humanity’s relationship with nature would sound like, how the pandemic altered carbon emissions, and more.

Bjorn Lomborg and Matt Ridley on Climate Change

Best of the Spectator | 25 August 2020 | 0h 22m | Listen Later | iTunes
Best of the Spectator | 1 September 2020 | 0h 22m | Listen Later | iTunes
Best of the Spectator | 8 September 2020 | 0h 24m | Listen Later | iTunes
Three-part miniseries with Bjorn Lomborg and Matt Ridley on climate change. Discusses (1) how to conduct a calmer conversation about climate change; (2) whether human innovation can stop climate change, or merely manage and delay the challenges it poses; and (3) sets out the trade-offs involved with a green agenda, especially for the poor. Argues that while climate change is important, solving it shouldn’t come above all else.

Six Degrees of Climate Emergency feat. Mark Lynas

Decouple | 16 July 2020 | 1h 04m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Mark Lynas about his book Our Final Warning: Six Degrees of Climate Emergency. Describes his process of summarising IPCC source material studies and laying out for each degree of warming what the human and environmental implications are for our warming world.

Michael Shellenberger on Apocalypse Never

Quillette Podcast | 11 July 2020 | 0h 35m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Michael Shellenberger about his book Apocalypse Never: Why Environmental Alarmism Hurts Us All. Discusses global warming, natural disasters, media scaremongering – and why the world is actually getting safer, notwithstanding the scaremongering of Extinction Rebellion.