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House on Fire

James Bray and Keyaira Kelly, World Economic Forum
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As climate change rages on, House on Fire is a podcast from the World Economic Forum about our greatest environmental nightmares and the plans we’re hatching to solve them. From seed vaults to tree plantations, plastic bans to carbon capture, we ask the powerful and the expert for their creative ideas. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars from 20 ratings
  • Great podcast

    Ignore the 1 star reviews, seem to think that the world economic forum is part of some big conspiracy. more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    lafontainedevie
    Canadaa year ago
  • Engaging and informative

    Thoughtful interviews with some very interesting and smart people all over the world. Highly recommend for anyone interested in finding solutions to a number of climate change related problems.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    green_gable
    United Kingdom2 years ago
  • One world, great reset bull!!

    Don’t listen to this agenda

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    Jordanhollins
    Canada2 years ago
  • Here we go again!

    Brainwashing at its best! Brought to you by the billionaires at the WEF that owned the companies that destroyed the environment. Now they want to fix it, and they want you to own nothing and rent out your living room for yoga classes. Only you won’t get the rent, that’ll go straight to Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates to fund their one way trip to Mars! All they need is you to be scared enough to give away everything. Looks like it’s working. Enjoy dummies!

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    sobmfmk
    United States2 years ago

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