It's a critical time for our planet. We face severe ecological, economic and energy crises. Journalist Rachel Donald interviews experts confronting those crises head on, revealing the big picture of what's really going on. www.planetcritical.com
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Henrik Nordborg is a physics professor at the Eastern Switzerland University of Applied Sciences, and program director for the university’s Renewable Energy and Environmental Technology. He began giving public lectures about the climate crisis some y... more
Jeremy Lent is an author and integrator whose dedicated his life since the dot com boom to understanding meaning: how to find it, how to make it, and how to apply it. more
How do we build resilient systems? How do we allow for transformation? How do we encourage adaptation? How does this apply to both to ecosystems and human systems? And how we use this to better understand and tackle the climate crisis? more
Highly recommended for anyone who wants to spend time exploring the diverse and nuanced topics that have contributed to the current state of humanity, whilst also considering actionable pathways that will hopefully help carry us forward (together).
Glad I found this program. Rachel is having important discussions about the sustainability of human civilization which are rarely had in public discourse. High quality slate of interviewees. Rachel asks pointed questions and comes well prepared.
I’ve been binging a lot of the podcast recently and there are a lot of episodes that are genuinely mind-expanding. In a world faced with so many serious crises, and where the academic and political status quo are not doing enough to move the needle, this podcast platforms a broad range of ideas that not only diagnose the problems but offer potential solutions. The host does an amazing job with throwing in the right question or comment that gets the guests to open up she’s great at giving the gue... more
Good conversations. Interesting topics. Great questions. Fantastic production quality. I've started back at episode 1
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Planet: Critical launched 2 years ago and published 73 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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