The Sustainability Agenda is a weekly podcast exploring today’s biggest sustainability questions. Leading sustainability thinkers offer their views on the biggest sustainability challenges, share the latest thinking, identify what’s working --and what needs to change -- and think about the future of sustainability.
Episode 116: Interview with Johan Frijns, the director of BankTrack, whose mission is to stop banks from financing harmful business activities.
Interview with Johan Frijns, the director of BankTrack, a Netherlands based international tracking, campaigning and civil society support organisation whose mission is to stop banks from financing harmful business activities.
Episode 115: Interview with John Clark, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University, director of La Terre Institute for Community and Ecology
John Clark Professor Emeritus at Loyola University, and director of La Terre Institute for Community and Ecology, discusses his latest book Between Earth and Empire: From the Necrocene to the Beloved Community. In this wide-ranging and hard-hitting discussion, John analyses the roots of the environmental plight we are facing— what he calls the Necrocene- a period of mass extinction and reversal.
Episode 114: Professor Tim Lenton discusses Gaia 2.0
In this interview, Professor Tim Lenton discusses his work with Bruno Latour, exploring how humans could add some level of self-awareness to Earth's self-regulation.
Episode 113: Interview with Jagdeesh Rao, Curator - Promise of Commons initiative, and former CEO FES
Interview with Jagdeesh Rao, former Chief Executive of the Foundation for Ecological Security (FES) in India, discussing the ecological restoration and conservation of land and water resources in ecologically fragile, degraded regions of India
Episode 112: Interview with Dr. David Loy, Zen teacher, Author of EcoDharma
In this episode, David Loy discusses his latest book EcoDharma the potential for Buddhism to deal with todays environmental and other crises.
Episode 111: An interview with Dr. Harriet Bulkeley, Professor of Geography
In this episode, we talk with Professor Harriet Bulkely about the effectiveness of different approaches to climate governance and the possibility of a green recovery.