Episode 15 – David Barnden

Episode 15 – David Barnden

#15 Australian student sues the government to climate-proof her pension In the past decade, the number of climate lawsuits has increased a lot all over the world, and Australia is the undisputed leader in the field. One of the most interesting cases going on there...
Episode 14 – Siddharth Sthalekar

Episode 14 – Siddharth Sthalekar

#14 Is the future of wealth social and cultural? For this episode I’m talking with Siddarth Shtalekar, who’s the founder of Sacred Capital, a Singapore-based company that’s building reputational currencies on distributed ledgers. If you’re thinking...
Episode 13 – Michael Rogerson

Episode 13 – Michael Rogerson

#13 The hardest of hard problems: modern slavery in the supply chain Our topic today is modern slavery in the supply chain. This is one of those big, disturbing issues that affects all of us. Each time we buy a bar of chocolate, an iPhone, an item of clothing, it is...
Episode 12 – Marilyn Waite

Episode 12 – Marilyn Waite

#12 Why foundations are rushing into green finance Foundations are not generally known for being players in green finance but that started to change a few years ago, and right now more and more players are diving into the space. To find out what’s going on, I talked...
Episode 11 – Edouard Morena

Episode 11 – Edouard Morena

#11 Just Transitions: Use and misuse of language by the climate elite Welcome to Season 2 of New Climate Capitalism! I talked to Eduoard Morena, a Paris-based researcher who studies the social and justice dimensions of climate action, as well as climate philanthropy....