Episode 10 – Kim Nicholas

Episode 10 – Kim Nicholas

#10 What does it feel like to be a climate scientist at the end of 2020? For the last episode of Season One, U.S. climate scientist Kim Nicholas gives a brief on the latest research, and whether or not we can be hopeful about 2021. She has a new book coming out soon...
Episode 9 – Brynn O’Brien

Episode 9 – Brynn O’Brien

#09 What did we learn from the Rio Tinto disaster? When I first read about Rio Tinto blowing up an ancient Aboriginal site to mine for premium iron ore, I could hardly believe it. To understand how it happened, and what it means, I talked to Brynn O’Brien, Executive...
Episode 8 – Paul Bodnar

Episode 8 – Paul Bodnar

#08 Is climate-aligned finance the next big thing for decarbonizing finance? Today’s guest is Paul Bodnar, Managing Director of the Rocky Mountain Institute. We talk about their recently launched Centre for Climate-Aligned Finance, which is a promising new approach to...
Episode 7 – Denise Odaro

Episode 7 – Denise Odaro

#07 Green bonds: hype or key to greening the future? Green bonds are back in the news again in recent weeks following some big issues from Google and the German government. You may be asking yourself: why should I care. Well, green bonds finance green stuff –...
Episode 6 – Gillian Karran-Cumberlege

Episode 6 – Gillian Karran-Cumberlege

#06 Are today’s boards fit to lead the transition to net zero? Since 2015, climate change has gone from being a niche technical subject to a must-have competence for company boards. What are boards doing to ensure that they have that competence is the focus of...