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A podcast about the different people, technologies, and organizations that are coming together to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and reverse climate change. We also talk about blockchains.

Reversing Climate Change Nori

    • Tecnologia

A podcast about the different people, technologies, and organizations that are coming together to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and reverse climate change. We also talk about blockchains.

    Have humans earned the Anthropocene?—with Peter Brannen

    Have humans earned the Anthropocene?—with Peter Brannen

    Peter Brannen is the award-winning science journalist and deep time aficionado behind the book, The Ends of the World. On this bonus episode of Reversing Climate Change, he comes back on the show to discuss his recently published articles in The Atlantic, ‘The Anthropocene is a Joke’ and ‘What Made Me Reconsider the Anthropocene.’ We discuss why deep time is such a foreign concept to the general public and Peter explains how the term Anthropocene has evolved to encompass all human activity.

    • 23 min
    CarbonWA's pivot from a carbon tax or fee to regenerative agriculture

    CarbonWA's pivot from a carbon tax or fee to regenerative agriculture

    CarbonWA's Kyle Murphy and Greg Rock have both previously been on the show to talk about Washington state's carbon policy and their legislative attempts. Now, CarbonWA is focusing on a new approach to incentivize regenerative agriculture called the Sustainable Farms and Fields Bill, which is Senate Bill 5947. In this Reversing Climate Change bonus episode, CarbonWA's Sustainable Farms Campaign Manager, Noa Kay, joins the show to give us an update on their efforts and change of approach.

    • 18 min
    Is the Climate Crisis a Secular Eschatology?—with Dr. Evan Kuehn

    Is the Climate Crisis a Secular Eschatology?—with Dr. Evan Kuehn

    Dr. Evan Kuehn is a theologian and academic librarian at North Park University, conducting research around modern religious thought. His forthcoming book is called Troeltsch’s Eschatological Absolute.  On this bonus episode of Reversing Climate Change, Evan joins Ross to discuss his recently published article, "Is the Climate Crisis a Secular Eschatology?", introducing us to eschatology as an account of how our world ends and explaining how climate change qualifies as a secular eschatology.

    • 27 min
    Jimmy Jia's new book, "The Corporate Energy Strategist's Handbook"

    Jimmy Jia's new book, "The Corporate Energy Strategist's Handbook"

    Jimmy Jia is an author and professor at Presidio Graduate School. Jimmy was on the show over a year ago talking about his work in cleantech, and applying the insights of thermodynamics to business and beyond.

    We welcome Jimmy back to the Reversing Climate Change podcast for a short bonus episode on his new book, The Corporate Energy Strategist's Handbook: Frameworks to Achieve Environmental Sustainability and Competitive Advantage. You can preorder the book on Amazon. It comes out March 11th, 2020.

    • 15 min
    107: A dedicated introduction to communitarianism—w/ Jeffrey Howard of Erraticus

    107: A dedicated introduction to communitarianism—w/ Jeffrey Howard of Erraticus

    Jeffrey Howard is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief at Erraticus, an online publication focused on human flourishing.  On this episode, Jeffrey joins Alexsandra and Ross to discuss the ideas in Deneen’s book and compare how communitarians and liberals see the world.

    • 1h 6 min
    106: Maritime trade with wooden ships?!—w/ Danielle Doggett of SAILCARGO

    106: Maritime trade with wooden ships?!—w/ Danielle Doggett of SAILCARGO

    Danielle Doggett is the Executive Director of SAILCARGO, a carbon-neutral shipping company in the process of building the world’s largest emission-free cargo ship, Ceiba. The team uses high-quality wood and old-world shipbuilding techniques with the goal of transporting artisanal products from Central America to the US and Canada. In this episode, Danielle joins Alexsandra and Ross to discuss how Ceiba will be powered by wind energy and explain how it compares to traditional ships.

    • 39 min

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