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GMPOOG: Saul Griffith + David Pocock A Rational Fear

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Once a month on the A Rational Fear Podcast feed we have a long-form conversation about climate change with climate leaders from all walks of life.
This month Linh Do and Dan Ilic speak with David Pocock about the launch The Cool Down. An open letter of over 400 people in the sports community. all  
The Sport Positive Summit 2021
Every Single Electorate in Australia wants Climate Action.
And our big interview is with Saul Griffith ‚ÄĒ¬† Entrepreneur, engineer, scientist, energy, expert, MacArthur Fellow (Genius) and now he's adding on more.Fed up with the inability of politics to meet the moment of the climate crisis, heading into COP 26,¬† Saul is trying out a new title Political Heavyweight.
It's an inspiring chat about the possibility and the pathway to electrify everything.
Pre-Order Electrify: An Optimist's Playbook for Our Clean Energy Future.
Buy the This Is My Last Gas-Guzzling Piece Of Sh*t bumper sticker.
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Dan Ilic  0:00  This podcast is supported in part by the birth of foundation. Hello, irrational fearlessness Daniel. It's here. This is one of our semi monthly spin off podcast from irrational fear called the greatest moral podcast of our generation. So don't freak out if it sounds a little different. Just enjoy the ride. This is my co host for Bloomberg, longtime climate change industrial complex worker. lindo. Lynn. It's been a while,
Linh Do  0:23  Dan, it's been so long you've changed in lockdown. What is time?
Dan Ilic  0:28  I know, my hair is definitely out of control. But thankfully,
Linh Do  0:31  people can't see us. It's the dream. Otherwise, they could tell that we haven't been outside and you know, months on end, we're looking a little bit pasty.
Dan Ilic  0:40  That's okay. I live by the beach. So I've got a nice tan about me. Now in this podcast, Lynn and I look at a few climate stories from the previous month and I have a conversation with someone who's doing great work in the climate space. This week's chat is one of my favourites is with one of my heroes, Saul Griffith, who is inventor, scientist, engineer energy nerd. He's writing policy for Biden and trying to get the US and Australia uncouple from fossil fuels and go completely electric with renewables. Do you know much about Saul's work? Lin?
Linh Do  1:08  Yeah, I do. I don't know if I call him a hero, though. But the work he does is truly amazing. I think you know, one of the coolest things about our semi monthly, you know, again, what is time is that we get to interview super smart people and get them to give us all the answers in a way that's super digestible.
Dan Ilic  1:24  Yeah, great. And in a second, we're going to be chatting with another one of those kinds of people from wallaby David pokok about his new climate campaign with the sports community, the cooldown, I'm recording my end of the greatest moral podcast of our generation on gadigal Land of the eora nation,
Linh Do  1:38  and I'm on orangerie Land of the call and people's
Dan Ilic  1:41  sovereignty was never seated. We need a treaty. Let's start the show. Despite
Unknown Speaker  1:45  global warming, our rational fear is adding a little more hot air with long form discussions with climate leaders. Good.
Unknown Speaker  1:57  This is called Don't be afraid the heat waves and drought
Unknown Speaker  2:01  greatest mass extinction tomorrow we're facing a manmade disaster podcast, climate criminals. All of this with global warming and that is a lot of it's a hoax. Book, right. A small roll podcast about generation. For sure.
Dan Ilic  2:22  Okay, let's rip straight into the climate news. First cab off the rank the cooldown this week,

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Once a month on the A Rational Fear Podcast feed we have a long-form conversation about climate change with climate leaders from all walks of life.
This month Linh Do and Dan Ilic speak with David Pocock about the launch The Cool Down. An open letter of over 400 people in the sports community. all  
The Sport Positive Summit 2021
Every Single Electorate in Australia wants Climate Action.
And our big interview is with Saul Griffith ‚ÄĒ¬† Entrepreneur, engineer, scientist, energy, expert, MacArthur Fellow (Genius) and now he's adding on more.Fed up with the inability of politics to meet the moment of the climate crisis, heading into COP 26,¬† Saul is trying out a new title Political Heavyweight.
It's an inspiring chat about the possibility and the pathway to electrify everything.
Pre-Order Electrify: An Optimist's Playbook for Our Clean Energy Future.
Buy the This Is My Last Gas-Guzzling Piece Of Sh*t bumper sticker.
ūü§Ď CHIP IN TO OUR PATREON https://www.patreon.com/ARationalFearūüď® SUBSCRIBE TO OUR EMAIL LIST: http://www.arationalfear.com/ūüĎē BUY OUR MERCH HERE
 
Dan Ilic  0:00  This podcast is supported in part by the birth of foundation. Hello, irrational fearlessness Daniel. It's here. This is one of our semi monthly spin off podcast from irrational fear called the greatest moral podcast of our generation. So don't freak out if it sounds a little different. Just enjoy the ride. This is my co host for Bloomberg, longtime climate change industrial complex worker. lindo. Lynn. It's been a while,
Linh Do  0:23  Dan, it's been so long you've changed in lockdown. What is time?
Dan Ilic  0:28  I know, my hair is definitely out of control. But thankfully,
Linh Do  0:31  people can't see us. It's the dream. Otherwise, they could tell that we haven't been outside and you know, months on end, we're looking a little bit pasty.
Dan Ilic  0:40  That's okay. I live by the beach. So I've got a nice tan about me. Now in this podcast, Lynn and I look at a few climate stories from the previous month and I have a conversation with someone who's doing great work in the climate space. This week's chat is one of my favourites is with one of my heroes, Saul Griffith, who is inventor, scientist, engineer energy nerd. He's writing policy for Biden and trying to get the US and Australia uncouple from fossil fuels and go completely electric with renewables. Do you know much about Saul's work? Lin?
Linh Do  1:08  Yeah, I do. I don't know if I call him a hero, though. But the work he does is truly amazing. I think you know, one of the coolest things about our semi monthly, you know, again, what is time is that we get to interview super smart people and get them to give us all the answers in a way that's super digestible.
Dan Ilic  1:24  Yeah, great. And in a second, we're going to be chatting with another one of those kinds of people from wallaby David pokok about his new climate campaign with the sports community, the cooldown, I'm recording my end of the greatest moral podcast of our generation on gadigal Land of the eora nation,
Linh Do  1:38  and I'm on orangerie Land of the call and people's
Dan Ilic  1:41  sovereignty was never seated. We need a treaty. Let's start the show. Despite
Unknown Speaker  1:45  global warming, our rational fear is adding a little more hot air with long form discussions with climate leaders. Good.
Unknown Speaker  1:57  This is called Don't be afraid the heat waves and drought
Unknown Speaker  2:01  greatest mass extinction tomorrow we're facing a manmade disaster podcast, climate criminals. All of this with global warming and that is a lot of it's a hoax. Book, right. A small roll podcast about generation. For sure.
Dan Ilic  2:22  Okay, let's rip straight into the climate news. First cab off the rank the cooldown this week,

1 hr 13 min