Zero is about the tactics and technologies taking us to a world of zero emissions. Each week Bloomberg’s award-winning reporter Akshat Rathi talks to the people tackling climate change – a venture capitalist hunting for the best cleantech investment, scientists starting companies, politicians who have successfully created climate laws, and CEOs who have completely transformed their businesses. The road to zero emissions has many paths and everyone’s got an opinion about the best route. Listen in.
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This is by far my favorite podcast. It covers important topics about environmental issues via scientific innovation, business, world economy, politics, and even arts. What I like about this podcast is that the depth of research done by the producers and the host before interviewing people and reporting people can be heard. They understand the topics and what is at stake for each topic. The variety of people that they interview ceases to impress me. more
The title itself makes no sense, and they even admit as much during the podcast, if not in so many words. Is the future of cars electric? Yes. Is the future of transportation electric cars? No way, and they even say it at the end. A few points: The guest seems to think that air quality effects from ICE vehicles only comes from tailpipe emissions, when in fact, a very large contributor to air pollution is tire wear. This is an even worse problem with EVs because they are so much heavier than ICE ... more
Not a fan of the format; the loud laughing is off putting
Just finished the episode on the Godfather of Solar, the guy who started it all. As important as Elon. Great stuff.
Highly informative, in depth, every episode investigates a piece of the complex puzzle with high quality informants.
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Zero: The Climate Race launched 2 years ago and published 80 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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