The climate change crisis can feel so formidable, so daunting, that instead of mobilizing people to action, it engenders paralysis. What could we mortals possibly do to prevent the calamity? A fair bit, it turns out. On Heat of the Moment, a 8-part podcast by FP Studios, in partnership with the Climate Investment Funds, we focus on ordinary people across the globe who have found ways to fight back. Hosted by CNN contributor John D. Sutter, Heat of the Moment tells the stories of the people on the front lines of the fight against climate change.
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Hey, Heat of the Moment listeners! We have another special bonus episode for you, this time from our friends at Harvard Business School’s Climate Rising podcast. In this episode, professor Michael Toffel speaks with Nat Keohane, president of the Cent... more
On this season’s last episode of Heat of the Moment, we head back to South Africa, where reporter Elna Schutz hears firsthand from a former coal worker who relocated across the country to take a job in the solar industry. Then, host John Sutter is jo... more
Hey there, Heat of the Moment listeners! We wanted to share an episode from our friends at Nothing is Foreign, a weekly podcast from CBC Podcasts that knows there’s no such thing as foreign—it just depends on your point of view. Nothing is Foreign is... more
This was a truly great episode on just energy transitions (meaning fair). The episode discusses how transitions can attempt to minimize ill-effects of transitioning to renewable power without adversely affecting too many, e.g. preserving or transitioning jobs. But the concept of just transitions can also apply to transitions of power and other sociological issues. My go-to example has always been Mugabe's land grabs in which he righted the wrongs of colonialism but in so doing broke his economy.... more
This is truly a great podcast about just (meaning fair) energy transitions. But the concepts in it apply to other sociological concepts like transfers of power. Sometimes rectifying past wrongs can create havoc, instability, or even unfair systems for a new group, like Robert Mugabe's land grabs in Zimbabwe which righted the wrongs of colonialism but also broke his economy. I need to read more history because I overuse that example. In this podcast you'll find two examples of transitions that... more
There are plenty of people sitting around waiting for some magical new or improved technology to come along and fix the mess we’ve made for ourselves with the climate emergency. That’s probably not going to happen—and, anyway, we have the tools we need to ditch fossil fuels now. In the first part of the episode, reporter Molly Schwartz looks into some of these solutions, including wind farm construction and carbon capture, utilization, and storage.
All is ready. We just need to do it. (^^,) more
Outstanding Excellent Podcast. (^^,) more
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Heat of the Moment launched 3 years ago and published 35 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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