“Energy Trilemma” is a podcast featuring industry experts and leading global C.E.O.s across sectors, including energy, finance, construction, shipping, road transport and aviation, as they look to meet today’s triple imperative of delivering energy that is reliable, affordable and lower carbon.
How can aviation fly toward net zero?
The aviation sector is one we rely on for both business and pleasure, yet the freedom and adventure that come from taking to the skies involve an environmental price tag.
In this episode, Nicolas Chretien, head of sustainability and environment at Airbus, and Willie Walsh, director general of the International Air Transport Association, discuss how this strategically important sector is responding to the unique challenges it faces today to reduce emissions at scale.
How do we create green buildings today and for tomorrow?
Today, the construction industry accounts for a large amount of global energy-related CO2 emissions. In this episode, Benoit Bazin, C.E.O. of Saint-Gobain, and Janet Greenwood, a director in KPMG’s major projects advisory team, discuss their vision for green buildings, today and in the future.
How can private finance accelerate the net-zero energy transition?
In this episode, Bill Winters, C.E.O. of Standard Chartered, and Dr. Pratima Rangarajan, C.E.O. of OGCI Climate Investments, discuss the critical role that private finance can play in finding solutions to resolve the energy trilemma and accelerate progress toward net zero.
What is driving decarbonization in road transport?
The road transport sector is rapidly transforming as it seeks to reduce its carbon footprint. In this episode, Stuart Rowley, chair for Ford Europe, and Robert Llewellyn, host of the “Fully Charged Show,” talk about the electric vehicle revolution.
How is shipping rising to the challenge of global decarbonization?
As a major contributor to global greenhouse gas emissions, the shipping sector faces a significant challenge in reducing emissions and helping the world get to net zero. In this episode, Søren Skou, C.E.O. of Maersk, and Charles Haskell, decarbonization program manager for the shipping consultancy Lloyd’s Register, discuss how the industry is rising to the challenge of decarbonizing at scale.
How can we create a sustainable, secure and affordable energy future?
In the past, the term energy trilemma was used to describe the tension between affordability, security and sustainability in delivering the energy the world requires. In this episode, Bernard Looney, C.E.O. of bp, and Alison Rose, chief executive of NatWest Group, discuss how these demands are now aligned, with a new triple imperative for companies to deliver on all three counts.
V interesting topic!
This is just greenwashing of a terrible company
BP has a miserable environmental record that has killed people, destroyed ecosystems, and pushed agendas that talk about innovation while continuing to be one of the top carbon emitters in the world. For a company that rakes in billions of dollars in pure profit a year, they are bankrupt, both ethically and morally.