new climate capitalism is a podcast about the change-makers working at the intersection of finance, climate and activism.
With a unique situation as a rich country on the frontlines of climate impacts and a coal exporter, Australia has emerged as a world leader in climate litigation and 2022 was a bumper year.
Sony outlines the Bridgetown Initiative – championed by the Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley, to “unlock the trillions” for the global South. But, more importantly, he explains why this approach is far from sufficient.
In this conversation I wanted to learn about is a recent upsurge in demand for indigenous perspectives and solutions in the water space.
To make this bumper episode, I talked to three different authors from three chapters in the latest Working Group 3 report on mitigation solutions.
If you’ve been wondering whether the mining question is “clean energy’s dirty secret” or not, stay tuned.
The latest IPCC report on adaptation is out, anyone wondering ‘what did I miss’?