The future - it's closer than you think. But what does it look like? And how do we get there? In this series Dr Hannah Fry meets the organisations who are building a greener, more resilient planet, today.
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De la ferme à la fourchette
La production de nourriture est à l’origine d’un quart des émissions de CO2 dans le monde. Le projet Open Food Facts permet de mieux choisir les produits alimentaires grâce à un Eco-Score présent sur les emballages.
From farm to fork
Food production creates a quarter of global carbon emissions. Open Food Facts want to compute the environmental impact of millions of food products across Europe, and help consumers and producers take action to reduce their carbon footprint. By putting an Eco-Score on every label we can make smarter choices about the food we eat.
Measure what matters
Normative want to help measure what matters in a sustainable world. Their automated carbon reporting identifies how businesses can reduce their environmental impact.
The ground beneath our feet
For years we’ve shaped our agriculture for high yields and food security. Climate Farmers think it’s time to reward a different and very important goal: soil health. By helping farmers measure their ecosystem health and diversity, their goal is to store even more carbon in the ground.
Navigating an ocean of data
Events in the Atlantic Gulf Stream have a far-reaching impact on global weather systems. Understanding them is key to predicting global carbon emissions. Saildrone create and deploy uncrewed, wind and solar powered ocean vehicles to report this data in real time in one of Earth’s harshest ocean environments.
Recorded remotely in March 2021.
Can a city act like a forest?
For billions of years natural habitats have thrived by producing vast quantities of materials for growth without creating landfill or waste. Materiom have been taking notes. By turning the abundance of materials around us into the building blocks for new growth — and sharing that data open-source — they are helping us rethink our relationship with waste.
Dr. Hannah Fry is fantastic at the helm and each episode has been thought provoking and inspiring. Looking forward to what Dr. Fry has for us next.
It’s about time!
What a great podcast! I have been listening and learning from each episode. Thoroughly enjoyed it!