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Examining the strategies and deployments around decarbonisation in hard to abate sectors, we speak with CEOs, heads of corporate strategy, CTOs, Innovation/R&D, project directors & heads of carbon management from around the world. Hosted by Alex Cameron of the Decarbonization Leaders Network and Decarb Connect & produced by Janno Media.
 
Join Andy Marsland in exploring Hydrogen Energy where you will learn about the exciting advancements, opportunities and challenges of this nascent energy sector. We delve into how hydrogen can contribute to the decarbonisation of Australia and the world, and investigate what it is going to take for its adoption into transportation, industry and society.
 
Cement production is responsible for approximately 7% of global greenhouse gas emissions and is possibly the hardest to abate sector. In this podcast series, the World Cement Association’s CEO, Ian Riley, talks to industry leaders, experts and technological innovators from across the globe, bringing insights and fresh perspectives on how the cement sector can decarbonise and improve sustainability. Suitable for anyone interested in climate change mitigation and industrial sustainability.
 
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Redefining Energy

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Redefining Energy

Laurent Segalen + Gerard Reid

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Two investment bankers bimonthly explore how tech, finance, markets and regulations are radically redefining the world of energy: Renewable Energy, Electric Cars, Hydrogen, Battery Storage, Digitisation... your co-hosts: from Berlin, Gerard Reid and from London, Laurent Segalen. Our LinkedIn page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/redefining-energy/
 
Climate action on your doorstep. COP26 will bring Earth's most urgent conversation to Scotland in November 2021. In Local Zero, Glasgow-based researchers Dr Rebecca Ford and Dr Matt Hannon are your trusted guides to smart local energy and a zero carbon future. Find us at http://www.localzeropod.com (www.localzeropod.com)
 
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Poliko

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Poliko

David Karas

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Poliko is a platform for the dissemination of exciting new theoretical and empirical research in political economy. It focuses on the interactions between political and economic institutions, ideas and behaviors but isn't limited to any particular discipline, methodology or theoretical tradition. This is a space to open up and share those longer academic discussions which usually take place around a dinner table.
 
Rotary Matters hosted by Ian Stuart. Rotary is a world wide service organisation with 30,000 active Rotarians in Australia. Tune into Rotary Matters and hear about the many worthwhile international and local causes, projects and people who make Rotary happen. There are many ways to engage with Rotary and the live to air program includes a What’s On of Rotary community activities open to everyone. Rotary Matters on air every Friday 1500-1600 hrs on community radio Triple H 100.1 FM
 
When disruption is the norm and you’re surrounded by complexity, you need clarity. Osborne Clarke's straight-talking legal experts will give you the insights and advice you need to get the right result. Osborne Clarke is an international legal practice with over 270 Partners and more than 900 lawyers in 26 locations*. We help clients tackle the issues they’re facing today, and prepare for the ones they will face tomorrow. *Services in India are provided by a relationship firm
 
Join property industry specialist Hamilton Fraser for a regular podcast series with practical tips for landlords and letting agents on how to better manage the renting process. Hamilton Fraser have over 25 years’ experience and are behind some of the private rented sector’s most well-known brands including the tenancy deposit protection scheme mydeposits, the Property Redress Scheme and Client Money Protect.
 
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Connected Places

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Connected Places Catapult

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Connected Places is a podcast about the future of our towns, cities and transport systems. In each episode we speak to thought leaders, senior industry figures, innovators and businesses from around the world about the new technologies that are shaping the places of tomorrow. Connected Places is brought to you by the Connected Places Catapult - the UK's innovation accelerator for cities, transport and places. We help to connect businesses and public sector leaders to cutting-edge research an ...
 
The Transport for the North Podcast is your bite-size guide to everything that is happening across the North of England, all in one place. We will keep you updated on the latest transport and business developments in our region, so make sure you join us to hear the most recent news. Give us a follow to stay up to date! https://transportforthenorth.com/news/podcast/
 
CIBSE publishes Guidance and Codes which provide best practice advice and are internationally recognised as authoritative design guidance for building services. The CIBSE Knowledge Portal, which makes Guidance available online to all CIBSE members, is the leading systematic engineering resource for the building services sector
 
Carbon Times is sponsored by Carbon Profile - Leaders in Energy Efficiency a UK based professional and technical services provider visit their website at http://www.carbonprofile.co.uk/ Sustainability is our passion and that is why this Podcast exists. We know the world has to pull together to secure a sustainable future so we want to bring likeminded individuals (and sceptics) together, to really get under the skin of what practical actions can be taken by all of us to drive success. The po ...
 
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The Camden Clean Air Initiative

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Camden Clean Air’s podcast series, Racing Green, explores the worlds of those doing extraordinary things in the world of clean air, sustainability, and Greentech. Hosted by Jeffrey Young, founder of Camden Clean Air and CEO of Allegra Group, each episode features an insightful conversation with interesting persons from well-establish companies leading the charge towards a sustainable future as well as exciting start-ups creating inspiring and positive change.
 
This show will broadcast 2 short episodes a term on one topic within the Energy Sector. We hope to bring the voice of students, research, and industry together to find the similarities and differences of opinions between these three key viewpoints amidst the energy transition. Delivered to you by William Draper-Barr.
 
Can we reimagine our future? What do we want it to look like? How do we get there? In this biweekly podcast, the Futures Centre - powered by Forum for the Future, brings you chats with innovators, activists and thought leaders about leverage points for transformation in this decade of climate action. Visit www.thefuturescentre.org for more insights.
 
Exploring sustainable change and the women inspiring it. Women make up more than half the world’s population, and although they are often disproportionately impacted by climate change, their voices are not always heard due to lack of inclusion and representation at the decision-making level. Go Simone gives them a voice. Each episode, we meet with an academic, activist, artist, entrepreneur, politician, researcher or student who shares her story, roots, passions, and hopes for the future. Sh ...
 
With global warming and climate change increasing, what can we do to tackle this problem? This album explores the economics of lowering carbon emissions and how Britain is tackling this problem, through expert analysis and opinions on carbon taxes, carbon reduction, renewable energy and environmental damage. This material forms part of The Open University course DD309 Doing economics: people, markets and policy.
 
Brought to you by Good With Money – the UK's no.1 ethical money blog – the Smug Money Podcast gives you the inside track on the most exciting developments in the Good Money world: from the latest sustainable investment trends to the greenest personal finance tips. Because deals that look after people and the planet - as well as your pocket - are SO much more rewarding for everyone.
 
Cutting edge research into the drivers of intractable conflict. Our researchers bring together the big ideas and concepts needed to understand the causes of organised violence in the twenty-first century. We expose the political economy of organised violence: the networks of money and power that stand behind many of the world's trouble spots. Produced by the Conflict Research Programme, an international research project funded by the UK Department of International Development.
 
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In the penultimate episode of our #Decarbonised series, we ventured out to Essex for a chat with the UK’s leading tropical timber reclamation specialists, Ashwells Timber. Joined by Janine Davies-Tut (Managing Director) and Deb Davies-Tut (Operations and Marketing Manager ) who are at the head of the business - they share their story, we discuss th…
 
This podcast has been set up to capture conversations with individuals who are pushing the boundaries across sectors as we move towards the goal of reaching Net Zero. For this edition Caroline Saul, Partner and 'Funding the transition to a low carbon future' Stream Lead interviews Keith Wilson, Head of Renewable Energy at Virgin Money. Caroline and…
 
Cemex Ventures is one of a number of high-profile CVCs who are investing to bring innovation into their companies – but also with an view to decarbonising energy-intensive processes. Gonzalo Galindo, President of Cemex Ventures, talks about their investment strategy with a particular focus on renewables and how even the most energy-intensive chemic…
 
In this episode, we're getting into the nitty-gritty of issues in the heating sector. Decarbonising heat is a complex part of the energy transition, and there are lots of elements that go towards ensuring this succeeds. One element that is often overlooked is the role of the installer or engineer. In this episode, Jon Slowe is joined by Nathan Gamb…
 
The use of the term ‘affordable’ has been helpful to those who deliver homes in Scotland, but for others, it has become vague and redundant. Michael Carberry of Blochairn Housing Association is one of the latter. Thankfully, he agreed to come on to the podcast to air his views. John Blackwood from the Scottish Association of Landlords tackles the a…
 
There is not a single day when we don’t hear about new funds being raised to finance the Energy Transition. As very few funds are listed on Exchanges, and it is estimated that more than 2/3 of the Energy Transition is currently financed on private markets, for which there is limited public available information. Today, we attempt to lift the veil o…
 
The phenomenon of so-called 'Green Lairds' buying up land for carbon offsetting is increasingly a phenomenon that Scotland is having to reckon with. Magnus Davidson from the University of the Highlands and Islands, who is also a board member of Community Land Scotland, joins Matt and Fraser to review a recent panel event held jointly between the Un…
 
How to reconcile natural capital, net-zero and just transition priorities? In this unedited recording, an expert panel discuss the trends for large-scale land purchases for carbon offsetting in Scotland. What is driving these trends, and what the future holds? The discussion was a joint event between the University of Edinburgh's Business School an…
 
China has refused to condemn Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and opposed the sanctions imposed by the west. So what are the lessons of Ukraine for China? Will America’s focus on Ukraine encourage China to be more assertive in our region? Or is the protracted war a cautionary tale for the use of force against Taiwan?…
 
Think that renewables can’t sustain high industrial heat? Listen in to learn how storing energy as heat is allowing companies that rely on high industrial heat to reconsider renewables as a cheap and emission-free fuel source. Summary: John O’Donnell joins Alex to look at how renewables could become a competitive option for fuelling energy-intensiv…
 
In this episode, Ian Riley talks to David McNeil of Sustainable Fitch on the latest news and trends in the world of ESG investing, and the impacts these will have on the global cement and concrete industry. They cover carbon offsets, carbon markets, the expectations of ESG investors and dependence on thermal coal.…
 
In late 2019, 19 year old Aboriginal man, Kumunjayi Walker, was shot and killed by Northern Territory police constable, Zachary Rolfe, in the remote community of Yuendumu. Rolfe was charged with murder and two alternative offences of manslaughter and engaging in a violent act. In March, Zachary Rolfe was acquitted of all charges. Writer, Anna Krien…
 
After two years of daily updates on Covid cases , deaths and hospitalisation we’re now in a new stage of the pandemic called ‘living with Covid’. But what exactly does that mean? Since the beginning of the year we’ve had a steep rise in cases and deaths . The Omicron variant isn’t as benign as we like to believe. But who would support a return to m…
 
The European Commission has recently adopted a proposal for a Directive on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence, which aims to foster sustainable and responsible corporate behaviour throughout global value chains. Companies are at the heart of the proposal and they will be required to identify and, where necessary, prevent, end or mitigate advers…
 
Summary. The conversation started with a discussion on bankable nature solutions. These are financially viable projects which support the development of more climate resilient and sustainable landscapes and economies. Their bankability enables projects to accelerate scaling and replication, realizing large-scale positive impact on nature and commun…
 
Heat pumps are increasingly in the news as the Ukraine crisis spurs some people to look at how they can reduce their reliance on gas. But as many listeners will know, keeping comfortable in our houses isn’t just about the heat source – it’s also very much about the controls. In this episode, we explore the interface between heat pumps and smart the…
 
In this episode of Exploring Hydrogen, we are joined by Ampol’s General Manager of Hydrogen, Patrick Luxton. Together with Andy, they will dive deep into the business’s decarbonisation strategy and what role hydrogen plays in this. Patrick’s Highlights: 1:06 – Patrick’s career journey so far 2:48 – Ampol’s history 4:04 – Ampol’s decarbonisation str…
 
On this Episode we are delighted to be joined by Ben Morton from Sifa Strategy, Ben has had a interesting career advising global businesses on their ESG strategies in corporate roles. Ben now spends his time advising a range of clients on the how to go about identifying what their ESG requirements are and how to manage the associated risks through …
 
Today’s episode is the first part of a conversation with Nicolas Pons-Vignon who played an instrumental role in setting up Aporde, the African Programme on Rethinking Development Economics, a unique training programme teaching heterodox development economics in South Africa. In this episode, we explore Nicolas’ personal research background and his …
 
Inside The Nudge Unit is a podcast from The Behavioural Insights Team. Episode 12 looks at recent work from the team in the areas of road safety, online fraud, conflict resolution and synthetic data. Over the past decade, car crash death rates in the US for pedestrians rose by 36%, even as death rates fell for drivers and passengers. Over a third o…
 
Making homes both more sustainable and more affordable: these are two of the most pressing challenges facing society today. In this episode, the team explore solutions presented by community-led cohousing, and community-owned micro-grid energy. In particular, we look at what exciting possibilities can be unlocked when both systems can be integrated…
 
Ten years have passed since the landmark Gonski Review found the performance of Australian students had declined, across the board, compared to international benchmarks.What has happened since Gonski? What makes for a good & equitable education system? Why are so many teachers demoralised and leaving the profession? Paul Barclay spoke to a Finnish …
 
Scottish Empty Homes Partnership national project manager Shaheena Din joins Jimmy Black and Kieran Findlay to discuss the number of empty homes in Scotland and outline why local authorities should have an Empty Homes Officer and empty homes strategy. Scottish Empty Homes Partnership - https://emptyhomespartnership.scot/ Jimmy Black has written a b…
 
With high inflation, rising interest rates, and an election just a few weeks away, what will our investment team be looking out for over the coming month? UniSuper’s lead economist, investment manager David Colosimo, looks back at what happened in markets during April, and what’s on the cards for May.SHOW NOTESYour hosts are Lyndon Horsburgh and Da…
 
In this episode we’re looking at EV charging solutions for people in apartment buildings and multi-family homes. When EVs were a niche market a few years ago, most people buying EVs were relatively well-off and had their own driveway. Now, as EV adoption rises and rises, that’s no longer the case. So there’s a need, and market for, equipping parkin…
 
Over the past few months, energy prices have gone through the roof, and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has put energy security on the front burner. We can legitimately ask ourselves: Are high energy prices and the need for energy security tanking or boosting the Energy transition? Of course, we now are seeing the fossil fuels lobbyists making victory…
 
The EU's Single Use Plastics Directive (SUPD) introduces a 90% collection target for beverage PET (polyethylene terephthalate) bottles by 2029 and also mandates that they should contain at least 25% recycled plastic by 2025, and 30% by 2030. To meet EU food safety and quality standards, PET bottles must be of food-grade quality. Effective bottle-to…
 
From its beginnings with two homeless children in Nepal, Jan Pryor, Rotarian and teacher has taken the Didi Foundation from strength to strength to create sustainable, self funding lifestyle programs to educate and empower disadvantaged women in Nepal. The earthquake in 2015 and Covid have not diminished Jan's passion to help change the lives and t…
 
Managing the risks of the Covid-19 pandemic remains a challenge. While EU vaccination rates have reached three quarters of the population, new SARS-CoV-2 variants keep emerging in the EU. Although these variants appear to be generally less severe, they still pose challenges to health systems. The implementation of a globally effective vaccine strat…
 
Food supplements are concentrated sources of nutrients (or other substances) with a nutritional or physiological effect. They are typically taken in “dose” form, such as pills, tablets, capsules, liquids in measured doses. The European Commission's Food Supplements Directive of 2002 aims to protect consumers against potential health risks from food…
 
Hundreds of thousands of Americans have died from their addiction to opioid drugs. The epidemic has being driven by both illegal and prescribed drugs. Investigative journalist Patrick Radden Keefe traces the history of one of the prescription drugs which got America hooked. And are we in the age of political capitalism ? Businesses are taking polit…
 
In December 2021, the European Commission adopted a Communication on Sustainable Carbon Cycles, in which it identifies complementary solutions to CO2 emissions reductions to achieve the EU’s goal of climate neutrality by 2050. Indeed, to maintain the atmospheric concentration of CO2 at levels compatible with the objective of the Paris Agreement, so…
 
The price of European Union allowances in the EU Emission Trading Scheme (EU ETS) reached an all-time high this winter, with a record high close to 100 €/t of CO2 in February 2022. This surge in allowance price levels and volatility occurs in the context of a crisis in European energy markets, with a sharp increase in commodities prices, and in a c…
 
The EU’s proposed carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) was adopted by the European Commission in July 2021 to complement the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS). The goal is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions cost-effectively in line with the Fit for 55 objectives. Products from the following sectors will be impacted: cement, aluminium, ferti…
 
In this episode of Hamilton Fraser’s Property Podcast, we discuss how landlords and agents can stay on top of their legal obligations. Landlords now have to meet 168 rules and regulations to let a property legally, but what are the latest legislative updates that landlords and agents need to know about? And what challenges and opportunities lie ahe…
 
The Podcast. Energy efficiency (EE) may well be the misunderstood piece of the energy transition. To many EE is all about money saving. In reality EE projects offer attractive returns to asset owners and investors. In the episode, Joseph Jacobelli and Jim Maguire first demystify EE and highlight examples and case studies in Asia. As usual, first th…
 
In this episode, Jon discusses with Germain Hurtado, Hydrogen Project Director at Storengy and Rob Bloom, hydrogen expert at Delta-EE, how green hydrogen can be stored at scale in salt caverns. Focusing on the Hypster project in France, Jon and the guests explore how this can provide a buffer between production and demand, as well as opening up opp…
 
Being shot at, going to prison, have your family threatened — that's the experience of female judges in many countries. Shakila Abawi Shigarf was forced to flee Afghanistan when the Taliban retook power in August 2021. The Australian chapter of the International Association of Women Judges was instrumental in helping 17 Afghan judges escape the dan…
 
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