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The Truth About Crypto Currencies
Explored: The Truth About Crypto Currencies. David Roche explains to Neil Koenig how crypto currencies work, their impact on the global economy, and why central banks and governments are so worried about them.
EU Commissioner Calls For Greater International Collaboration
Explored: What do we need to do in 2022 to step up efforts to tackle climate change and loss of biodiversity? Dr. Renard Siew, ideaXme climate change ambassador and climate change activist talks with EU Commissioner for the Environment, Oceans and Fisheries to find out.
Smithsonian Futures Show
Explored: An invitation to imagine the future. The Smithsonian FUTURES Show, opening on the 20th of November, 2021 to the 6th of July, 2022. Neil Koenig, ideaXme interviewer, senior television producer and journalist, interviews Rachel Goslins, Director of the Arts and Industries Building, at the Smithsonian Institution.
Daring to hope: Liberating Women!
Explored: The history of feminism. Historian and author, Sheila Rowbotham talks of her life and work helping women to shape their own futures.
Neil Koenig, Radio and TV producer and journalist, interviews Sheila Rowbotham, who as well as being an author and historian of feminism, is a leading academic in radical social movements.
Farming Revolution For The Betterment Of Humanity!
Explored: Vertical Farming to improve nutrition, food production and tackle climate change. Amanda Christensen, ideaXme guest interviewer and strategy executive at Cubaka interviews Marc Oshima, co-founder and chief marketing officer at AeroFarms.
Explored: DAVINCI+ addressing climate change. Amanda Christensen, speaks with David Grinspoon, PhD. senior scientist at the Planetary Institute and award winning author. They talk of NASA's Davinci+ mission to Venus. Specifically, what we can learn from Venus to increase our understanding of climate change on Earth. Further, Grinspoon talks more broadly of how we all need to "human up", his call to action for humans to tackle the geological damage that we have created thus far to ensure our future survival.