0:00 - Durbin cornered on Epstein flight logs 10:19 - FBI, Wray testimony 29:12 - Construction STOPPED for good! Now what? 45:58 - Riley Gaines fires back during subcommittee hearing 01:04:09 - Bjorn Lomborg, president of the Copenhagen Consensus think tank, on COP 28 - ‘Net Zero' Fails the Cost-Benefit Test. Be sure to check out Bjorn's most recent book Best Things First 01:19:38 - Noted economist Stephen Moore discusses Blackrock's Larry Fink's views on ESG and reviews Gavin Newsome's performance in last week's debate. Get more Steve @StephenMoore 01:33:35 - Helen Raleigh, senior contributor to the Federalist and author of Backlash: How China's Aggression Has Backfired, looks at the rising Cultural Revolution on Campus. Follow Helen Raleigh on X @HRaleighspeaks 01:53:16 - Julie Kelly, author of January 6: How Democrats Used the Capitol Protest to Launch a War on Terror Against the Political Right, breaks down FBI director Chris Wray's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing testimony. Check out Julie's substack for more Declassified with July KellySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With a quarter of offshore wind project deals having been canceled in the US this year, the Biden administration's target of having 30 gigawatts of installed capacity by 2030 is looking even further out of reach. But why are developers coming under so much pressure and are these strains also being felt onshore? On today's show, Dana sits down with Chelsea Jean-Michel and Atin Jain from BloombergNEF's wind team. Together, they discuss the impact of inflation and interest rate hikes on US offshore wind projects, why some developers are allowed to re-bid on contracts they've canceled, and also why Texas is a bright spot for the rollout of onshore turbines. Complimentary BNEF research on the trends driving the transition to a lower-carbon economy can be found at BNEF on the Bloomberg Terminal, on bnef.com or on the BNEF mobile app. Links to research notes from this episode: Global Wind Market Outlook 2H 2023 - https://www.bnef.com/insights/32859?context=eyJxIjoib25zaG9yZSIsImNvbnRlbnRUeXBlIjoiaW5zaWdodCIsInJlZ2lvbiI6W10sInNlY3RvciI6WyIyZDYzN2FhODQxMTJiOTg4Il0sImF1dGhvciI6W10sImluc2lnaHQtdHlwZSI6W119 Offshore Wind Market Outlook 2H 2023: Ramp-Up Delayed - https://www.bnef.com/insights/32797See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
#Markets: #COP28: Stepping back from Net-Zero promises Liz Peek The Hill. Fox News and Fox Business https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/cop28-climate-conference-just-super-bowl-virtue-signaling-real-damage 1928 Fords in DC
#LondonCalling: #Germany: Balance sheet facts and Net-Zero aspirations. @JosephSternberg @WSJOpinion https://www.wsj.com/articles/berlin-gets-honest-about-what-net-zero-will-cost-energy-climate-prices-economy-145430ac August 1961 Berlin
“The theme across all of this, this clean energy transition, it is private sector led, but government enabled. So, we as a government are trying to enable the private sector to move faster so we can meet our very ambitious goal, which includes a 50% reduction from 2005 levels of greenhouse gas pollution by 2030… There's a lot of clean energy technologies that are underpinning all of this and, includes things like, clean hydrogen, advanced nuclear, virtual power plants, carbon capture and sequestration and so forth.” Vanessa Chan on Electric Ladies Podcast While leaders across countries and sectors meet in Dubai this week for the UN climate conference known as COP28, engineers, scientists and business leaders across the country are transforming our energy system to be zero carbon emissions. They are powered in part by the billions of dollars in federal funding and incentives from the Inflation Reduction Act, the Infrastructure Investment Act and the CHIPS & Science Act. Where's that money going? Listen to Vanessa Chan, Ph.D., Chief Commercialization Officer and Director of the Office of Technology Transfer at the U.S. Dept. of Energy, explain it in this fascinating discussion with Electric Ladies host Joan Michelson. You'll hear about: The cool technologies transforming our energy system – and how innovating it works How they are spending the billions in the Inflation Reduction Act, the Infrastructure Investment Act and the CHIPS and Science Act How you can track their investments and progress What it means for how you power your home, business or school Plus, insightful career advice, including what she learned by working in distinctly different jobs – corporate, academia, as an entrepreneur, and now in government: “Always live below your means. I cannot say that enough. You know, my late husband and I, we, shared a house where the four of us, including two kids, shared a bathroom. And this was when I was a McKinsey partner, and he was in a senior executive…which meant that we could bank all our money, which gave us huge financial flexibility going forward, which means you can take more risks, right?... I think second is, really be willing to follow a north star that matters to you and no one else. And so, my North Star has always been, am I interested in what am I doing and am I learning?” Vanessa Chan on Electric Ladies Podcast Read Joan's Forbes articles here too. You'll also like: Melissa Lott, Ph.D., Director of Research at the Center on Global Energy Policy, Columbia University – on what it will take to get to carbon zero. Lauren Salz, CEO & Cofounder, Sealed, heat pumps company - on how heat pumps work, and how you can leverage the new federal funding to get one inexpensively. Halla Hrund Logadottir, Director-General, Iceland's National Energy Authority, on how the country has become 85% renewable energy. Meredyth Crichton, Ph.D., Clemson University Energy Innovation Unit - on wind power Jennifer Gerbi, Ph.D., Deputy Director and Acting Director, ARPA-E, the innovation arm of the Department of Energy Subscribe to our newsletter to receive our podcasts, blog, events and special coaching offers.. Thanks for subscribing on Apple Podcasts or iHeartRadio and leaving us a review! Follow us on Twitter @joanmichelson
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In this episode of the Patrick Henningsen Show on TNT Radio which aired on November 30, 2023, Patrick talks to research assistant Kristian James, about the annual climate summit that is on again with COP28 in Dubai. The ‘Net Zero' agenda is still being pursued by some governments, even though the sums simply do not add up energy-wise. Also, US firms are supplying new deadly AI drones to Israel. All this and more. All this and more. More from Kristian: X/Twitter TUNE-IN LIVE to TNT RADIO for the Patrick Henningsen Show every MON-FRI at 11AM-1PM (NEW YORK) | 4PM-6PM (LONDON) | 2AM-4AM (BRISBANE): https://tntradio.liv
This week with the help of Status Quo we look at Climate Change (Joe Biden pumps more oil, Aussie protesters at the largest coal port in the world, green vandals cleared, Net Zero costs in the UK, Humza Yousaf at COP28) ; Ireland (Senator O'Reilly, Leo Varadkar on Israeli hostages, assaults and riots in Dublin, Conor McGregor, 'too white' Ireland, the Irish economy); Israel/Gaza (Kay Burley, American progressives supporting Hamas, Australian Senator Mehreen Faruqi and Jews in the Bin, the Chilling Owen Jones); the Woke World (Dr Who, Furries on the BBC, NHS trans row); Hypocrisy (Oxfam and Socialist teens); World News (NSW euthanasia, Kissinger's death, Ukraine, Burkina Faso) ; Church (persecution in India and the TikTok Quran fashion); SEEK 16 - the death of a child; Behold the Man..
Today is the first day of COP28, where participants will discuss the first-ever global stocktake, an assessment of global action on climate change to date. The global stocktake report includes an inventory of climate-related data which evaluates whether the world is on track to achieve the goals set out in the Paris Agreement. The goal is for countries and other actors to use these technical findings to step up political actions and set more ambitious national targets and actions, to accelerate global climate action. In this week's episode, host Sarah Backer dives into the equity and environmental justice considerations of the global stocktake with Angela Barranco, the Director for North America at the Climate Group and Charles Di Leva, Partner at Sustainability Frameworks, LLP and Former Chief Officer of Environmental and Social Standards at the World Bank. Relevant Resources: Financial Times, UK, Canada and Germany lead fresh push against coal power at COP28 Reuters, COP28 kicks off with climate disaster fund victory Glasglow Financial Alliance for Net Zero, Amount of finance committed to achieving 1.5°C now at scale needed to deliver the transition International Energy Agency, For the first time in decades, the number of people without access to electricity is set to increase in 2022 The World Bank, Detox Development: Repurposing Environmentally Harmful Subsidies ★ Support this podcast ★
This episode features conversations with 3D InCites members who attended or exhibited at SEMICON Europa 2023, which took place in Munich, Germany from November 14-17, 2023. The topic of the week was Shaping a Sustainable $Trillion Era. Members weigh in on what their companies are doing to support this effort. They also discuss their impression of the show, what they were showcasing, and their latest news. Peter Dijkstra, Trymax Semiconductor, updates us on activities at Trymax USA and shares news of his participation at a Dutch and Flemish delegation in Phoenix Arizona in early December. Mike Motherway, Cimetrix by PDF Solutions, talks about the role cloud-native data tools for AI applications play in global fab expansion. Debbie Claire Sanchez at ERS Electronic explains the company's partnership with PulseForge to bring photonic debonding to their product portfolio as an equipment integrator of this technology. David Wang and Jim Straus of ACM Research share the news of the company's expansions in Asia as well as the Grand Opening of its new office in Portland, Oregon. Hans Peters and Emerald Grieg, PTW Group, introduce a new tool line, SpinTec, established to renew and restore legacy SEZ single wet wafer tools. Abul Lateef, PlasmaTherm, talks about the company's latest acquisition of Milan-based Thin Film Equipment, to complete PlasmaTherm's sputtering and PVD portfolio, and put them near significant customers in Italy. Neil O'Brien, Finetech, talks about the growing need for high-accuracy die-bonders, and how that's driving a need for full production tools based on its tabletop machines originally developed for academia. Harald Eppinger, Koh Young Europe, explains how the company's 3D optical measurement tools deliver precise data that helps to visualize advanced packaging processes to improve quality and reduce failures. Dieter Rathai, DR Yield, shares some feedback from the Fab Manager Forum and how he uses that information to inform his business and improve his company's product. Spencer Wall, Jeroen Haex, and Michael Murray, of DSV Solutions explain the role a logistics service provider can play in shaping a sustainable $Trillion Era through inventory and supply chain strategies, as well as a commitment to certified alternative fuels for all modes of transport. Support the showBecome a sustaining member! Like what you hear? Follow us on LinkedIn and TwitterInterested in reaching a qualified audience of microelectronics industry decision-makers? Invest in host-read advertisements, and promote your company in upcoming episodes. Contact Françoise von Trapp to learn more. Interested in becoming a sponsor of the 3D InCites Podcast? Check out our 2023 Media Kit. Learn more about the 3D InCites Community and how you can become more involved.
On episode 211 Sujatha Kumar, Founder and CEO of Dsider joins us on The Green Insider discussing their single platform for analysis from planning to operations of NetZero. Imagine one platform that provides operations forecasting, financial – risk – carbon abatement – scenario analysis, and data integration all in one … The post An efficient way to navigate the energy transition appeared first on eRENEWABLE.
Hello, Climate Champions! In today's episode of the Climate Confident Podcast I had the pleasure of hosting Matt Gray, the co-founder and CEO of Transition Zero, a trailblazer in energy systems modelling.In our conversation, Matt delved into the intricate world of energy systems modelling, a crucial tool for stakeholders and decision-makers in shaping our energy future. He emphasized Transition Zero's mission to democratise this complex tool, making it accessible, auditable, and reproducible. This, Matt believes, is vital for accelerating the transition to a sustainable energy future.We explored the significant challenges in moving towards net zero, particularly the technical and political barriers. Matt highlighted the crucial role of transmission investments in the energy grid and how these investments, or the lack thereof, influence our ability to harness low-cost renewable energies like wind and solar.Another key takeaway from our chat was the importance of data transparency in fostering global collaboration. Matt underlined how Transition Zero's commitment to open data and models aims to bridge the gap between pledges and actions in climate commitments, thereby enhancing global climate action.Matt's insights on the role of transmission in achieving net zero were particularly thought-provoking, revealing how strategic investments can save trillions while facilitating a faster shift to renewable energy sources.We wrapped up with Matt's thoughts on COP28 and his future plans for Transition Zero. For those keen to learn more about their groundbreaking work or get involved, check out the TransitionZero website.Check out the video version of this episode on YouTube.Tune in, get inspired, and let's continue to make strides towards a sustainable future together! Remember, every step counts in our journey to net zero. Let's keep the conversation going – and remember to stay climate confident!Support the showPodcast supportersI'd like to sincerely thank this podcast's amazing supporters: Lorcan Sheehan Hal Good Jerry Sweeney Christophe Kottelat Andreas Werner Richard Delevan Anton Chupilko Devaang Bhatt Stephen Carroll William Brent Marcel Roquette And remember you too can Support the Podcast - it is really easy and hugely important as it will enable me to continue to create more excellent Climate Confident episodes like this one.ContactIf you have any comments/suggestions or questions for the podcast - get in touch via direct message on Twitter/LinkedIn. If you liked this show, please don't forget to rate and/or review it. It makes a big difference to help new people discover the show. CreditsMusic credits - Intro by Joseph McDade, and Outro music for this podcast was composed, played, and produced by my daughter Luna JuniperThanks for listening, and remember, stay healthy, stay safe, stay sane!...
On October 31, 2023, Canada 2020 brought together a group of government and business leaders, technology experts, policymakers, and innovators from across the country at our Fall Net-Zero Leadership Summit: A Pre-COP28 Stocktake for Canada. In this featured session of the summit, Jonathan Wilkinson (Canada's Minister of Energy and Natural Resources) delivers a keynote, followed by a conversation with Lisa Raitt (former Minister of Natural Resources and Minister of Transportation for Canada) about Canada's competitiveness in moving towards a cleaner, greener, and more prosperous future.This conversation has been lightly edited for clarity.
Misguided Focus on Carbon Dioxide: Goreham challenges the prevailing view of carbon dioxide as a pollutant, questioning its classification and impact on climate change. Net Zero by 2050 - A Flawed Goal: The conversation explores why aiming for net zero emissions by 2050 might not be the most effective approach for addressing environmental concerns. Electric Vehicle Market Challenges: An in-depth look at the obstacles facing the electric vehicle industry, including technological, infrastructural, and economic barriers. Renewable Energy Transition Complexities: Goreham and Lutz discuss the difficulties in transitioning to renewable energy sources, highlighting the limitations and realities of current technologies. Subsidies for Green Initiatives: Examination of the role of subsidies in promoting electric vehicles and renewable energy, and whether these incentives are truly beneficial. Critique of Current Environmental Policies: A critical analysis of measures like banning plastic straws and demonizing carbon dioxide, questioning their effectiveness and impact. Microgrids as a Potential Solution: The episode delves into how microgrids could offer a solution for stabilizing unstable grids and storing alternative energy, presenting a different angle on energy management. 'Green Breakdown' Book Information: Details on how to obtain Steve Goreham's book, "Green Breakdown," including purchasing options and additional resources for readers. Closing Thoughts: Lutz and Goreham wrap up the discussion by emphasizing the need for a more nuanced and practical approach to environmental policy, urging listeners to consider the broader implications of current strategies and to explore alternative solutions. Find Steve here: Steve Goreham Find Kerry here: FSN
Justin Galliford BSc(Hons) MSc MBA Dip MC Justin began his career as an environmental scientist. At the age of 22 he started his own environmental consultancy, helping organisations improve their environmental performance and ensuring regulatory compliance. He joined the Norse Group in 2006 to help manage environmental performance regarding waste management and landfill operations. Following a period working on a waste treatment PFI project he began to move through the wider Group, changing roles every few years to broaden and develop his knowledge and management skills. At the age of 30 he undertook a part-time MBA whilst moving in to more senior management roles. Having run the Group's facilities management company as Chief Operating Officer for several years, he was appointed CEO of the Norse Group in May 2022. Justin remains committed to improving the environmental performance of organisations and has led the formation of the Norse Group's “Net Zero” strategy as part of a wider ESG strategy. Justin is also a Director of Norfolk ProHelp – a Community Interest Company which supports not-for profit organisations, and is also Chair of HMP Wayland's Employment Advisory Board – helping ex- offenders find work and settle back into life upon release from prison. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On October 31, 2023, Canada 2020 brought together a group of government and business leaders, technology experts, policymakers, and innovators from across the country at our Fall Net-Zero Leadership Summit: A Pre-COP28 Stocktake for Canada. In this featured session of the summit, we join a special conversation about making our politics a positive force for climate progress rather than an obstacle, with Anne McLellan (former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Natural Resources for Canada), Lisa Raitt (former Minister of Natural Resources and Minister of Transportation for Canada), Sonya Savage (former Alberta Minister of Energy), Mark Cameron (Vice President, External Relations - Pathways Alliance; former Director of Policy Research in the Prime Minister's Office), and Megan Leslie (CEO, WWF Canada; former MP and Deputy Leader of the New Democratic Party). This conversation has been lightly edited for clarity.
On October 31, 2023, Canada 2020 brought together a pre-eminent group of government and business leaders, technology experts, policymakers, and innovators from across the country at our Fall Net-Zero Leadership Summit: A Pre-COP28 Stocktake for Canada. In this featured session of the summit, Mark Carney (UN Special Envoy for Climate Action and Finance; Former Governor of the Bank of Canada and the Bank of England; Canada 2020 Advisory Board Chair) delivers an opening address before talking with Sarah Goodman (Partner and Associate Director, Climate and Sustainability, BCG Consulting Group; Canada 2020 Advisory Board) about Canada's net-zero leadership opportunity, and why now is the time to build.This conversation has been lightly edited for audio clarity.
There are no studies where absolute zero emissions can be reached with reductions alone, meaning carbon removals are crucial to reaching ‘net' zero emissions, according to the IPCC. After the world has reached that point, any remaining emission would need to be countered by an equivalent removal from the atmosphere. Because of this, the world of carbon removals is rapidly growing in importance, from technological innovations to legislation looking into how to verify removals. To introduce us to the world of capture and storage (CCS) and carbon dioxide removals (CDR), Eve Tamme, policy expert and founder of climate policy advisory, Climate Principles, joins the Watt Matters team. Enjoy the show. If you have any thoughts or questions about anything that has been discussed in this week's episode, you can reach us at our X accounts: Eve Tamme: https://twitter.com/EveTamme?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor David Weston: https://twitter.com/DaveW_FORESIGHT Michaela Holl: https://twitter.com/CitizenSane1 Jan Rosenow: https://twitter.com/janrosenow Kira Taylor: https://twitter.com/KiraTaylor15 @WattMattersPod: https://twitter.com/WattMattersPod FORESIGHT Climate & Energy: https://twitter.com/FORESIGHTdk Listen and subscribe to Watt Matters wherever you get podcasts. Follow us on Twitter at @WattMattersPod or email us at email@example.com. You can also find FORESIGHT Climate & Energy on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/foresight-climate-energy/. Illustration: Masha Krasnova-Shabaeva. Show notes via this link: https://foresightdk.com/wm-ep46/. TRY FULL ACCESS TO FORESIGHT CLIMATE & ENERGY FOR €1 A DAY Join over 100,000 policymakers, energy experts in business, finance, and academia, city leaders, and leading NGOs in having access to FORESIGHT Climate & Energy GET YOUR 30 DAY TRIAL: www.foresightdk.com/subscribe/.
Chris was first elected to Kingswood Constituency in 2010 and still serves there, the area he grew up in. He took on the portfolio for Minister of Energy in 2019 and since then has had a specific focus on how the UK can really lead on climate issues and deliver net zero. With its 2019 legislation, the UK became the first G7 country to commit to net zero – but is this leadership role being maintained or wasted? By 2050, the UK is legally required to have reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by 100% from 1990 levels. In this podcast we'll explore how Chris Chaired the independent review into net zero and how the 2050 target could maximise economic growth whilst also increasing energy security and affordability for consumers and businesses. You'll hear about the 129 recommendations made in the review and also the risks presented by relinquishing a leadership role at this point in time. You'll also hear key thoughts on how the ‘myth of cost' has affected consumer discussion around net zero and the significant pro-business opportunities in the green economy. Chris and Alex explore the need for investment in Net Zero to break out of the political cycle into a longer-term programme the right kind of spend as well as the type of data that isn't yet being collected but which would prove a game changer for the approaches taken in government and business. In addition, we explore just how a Green Special Relationship between the UK and US could work and what the two-way financial and technological benefits could be. Show Links: · Explore the Net Zero review that Chris chaired and its key findings· Learn more about Chris Skidmore · Connect with Alex to suggest a guest or to talk about what you're hearing on the podcast (or simply to learn more about Decarb Connect)· Explore our upcoming events in the US, UK, Europe, Canada and more Learn about our Sponsor: Janno MediaMany thanks to our production partner and sponsor Janno Media for their support in delivering this podcast. They continue to facilitate great conversations that connect us with our audience, and their skills and expertise mean we can concentrate exclusively on generating great content to engage, inform and inspire. Want to learn more about Decarb Connect? Our global membership platform, events and facilitated introductions support the acceleration of industrial decarbonization around the world. Our clients include the most energy-intensive industrials from cement, metals and mining, glass, ceramics, chemicals, O&G and many more along with technology disruptors, investors and advisors. Explore our Decarbonisation Leaders Network (DLN), where members share insights and experiences as they accelerate their net zero plans. Check out our full offering and learn more about our members, summits, reports and webinars. If you enjoyed this conversation, take a look at the discussions about industrial decarbonisation taking place across our global event series. In 2024 you could join us at conferences in Manchester (February), Houston (March), Berlin (June), Toronto (November) or at any number of meet ups, site tours and virtual meetings.
Data gives us superpower. From how much we spend and where we spend it, to the impact of our dollars on the planet, data tells a story. In an era where consumers are becoming more environmentally conscious, the role that financial institutions can and should play in helping us transition to net zero is more crucial than ever. In this episode of One Vision — FinTech Fuse! Theo chats with Emma Kisby, CEO, Cogo EMEA, on the power of data and collective impact. Banks can play an important role in educating customers about the environmental impact of their spending, offering insights and incentives to trigger positive behavioral change. With intention — and action, a fairer and more sustainable world is possible. Planet Earth is our home. We don't have a Plan B.
In this episode of Farms, Food and You, we'll look at what essentially equates to carbon recycling and the potential it holds for farmers, entrepreneurs and society in general. It's a topic covered in the latest magazine of North Carolina State University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Our guest is Dr. Joe Sagues, the researcher featured in that article.CALS Magazine - https://magazine.cals.ncsu.edu/roads-to-carbon-removal/
It's a good news, bad news situation for solar right now. On the one hand, annual installations are continuing to break records, with China set to build almost as much solar this year as the entire world rolled out in 2022. But on the other hand, the industry is suffering from a supply glut, weighing on the prices and margins of module makers. What is driving China's boom and will the global momentum continue? Are there any underestimated threats to growth beyond grid bottlenecks? On today's show, Dana sits down with Jenny Chase, lead solar analyst at BloombergNEF. Together, they discuss the latest outlook for solar, the onshoring of US production and whether its modules can be competitive against cheaper foreign producers, and the role solar can play in ambitions to triple global renewables capacity by the end of the decade. Complimentary BNEF research on the trends driving the transition to a lower-carbon economy can be found at BNEF on the Bloomberg Terminal, on bnef.com or on the BNEF mobile app. Links to research notes from this episode: Global PV Market Outlook, 4Q 2023 - https://www.bnef.com/insights/32793See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I chatted to Phil Mason, Head of Regulatory Engagement at Trustmark, the government endorsed quality scheme for home improvements, an organisation that is critical for the urgent retrofit of UK homes, about the impact of regulations on retrofit and the path to Net Zero for homes. We covered: What Net Zero means for UK homes The path of least resistance for achieving Net Zero 2050 - avoiding inefficiencies and just ‘retrofitting once' How policies, practices and grant funding opportunities differ between tenures, and what finance is available for retrofit Guest website: https://www.trustmark.org.uk/ Guest LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/phil-mason-29a5a9164/ Host LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/annaclareharper/ Host website: https://www.greenresi.com/ The Return: Property & Investment Podcast has been featured in Feedspot's UK and London ‘Best Real Estate Podcasts' lists, coming in at #4 in the UK! https://podcasts.feedspot.com/uk_real_estate_podcasts/ https://blog.feedspot.com/london_real_estate_podcasts/
Wir stellen heute wie jede Woche drei junge Startups vor, die nicht älter als drei Jahre alt sind und bislang Finanzierungen nicht über einer Million Euro erhalten haben. Den Anfang macht Lars Leipson, Co-Founder von Lit-X. Das Startup hat ein Angebot für Verlage geschaffen, dass das Programm Management, den Vertrieb und das Marketing optimiert. Dafür sammelt das Unternehmen internationale und marktabdeckende Literaturdaten aus den relevantesten Datenquellen, bereitet diese nutzbar auf und schneidet sie in einem letzten Schritt für den jeweiligen Anwendungsfall zu. So können bestehende Prozesse im Verlag datengetrieben unterstützt und neue KI-Technologien nutzerfreundlich angewendet werden. Dadurch werden die bekannten Prozesse schneller, effizienter und effektiver.Als zweites sprechen wir mit Bradley Mundt, Head of Strategy und Founder von Plan B Net Zero. Das Schweizer Startup arbeitet daran, erneuerbare Energien weltweit zu fördern und den Übergang zu einer kohlenstoffarmen Zukunft zu beschleunigen. Dafür entwickelt und implementiert das Unternehmen nachhaltige Energielösungen. Mit einem starken Fokus auf Innovation und Technologie strebt das Startup stetig an, neue Lösungen anzubieten.Unser letzter Gast der heutigen Folge ist Nelly Mathias, Founder von Wecarry. Das Startup hat das nach eigenen Angaben erste Pfandsystem für Mehrwegbeutel beim Bäcker entwickelt. Damit möchte das Unternehmen eine Mehrwegalternative zur Einwegpapiertüte etablieren. Durch das Kreislaufsystem wird der Ressourcenverbrauch für Verpackungen von bereits 45.000 Bäckereien in Deutschland reduziert.
Since 2000, the United States Global Change Research Program has periodically published a report on its assessment of the climate crisis, its current impacts, its potential threats, and the solutions available to mitigate the worst impacts and adapt as quickly as possible. Last week, the interagency program published the Fifth National Climate Assessment. Despite accounting for just 4% of the world's population, as a result of burning fossil fuels for more than a century, the US is responsible for approximately 17% of the global warming the planet is facing today. And while US emissions are falling, they're not falling fast enough to meet the 2050 Net Zero target established by the Biden Administration. The report explores the health, economic, environmental, and social impacts of the climate crisis that Americans are experiencing now and it clearly states that all of those will get worse if America and the world doesn't start cutting greenhouse gas emissions immediately. Allison Crimmins, the Director of the Fifth National Climate Assessment, joins the show to discuss the report's main findings, the extraordinary costs of the climate crisis that Americans are already facing, and the positive benefits that could be achieved today as soon as we start deploying sufficient mitigation and adaptation strategies. Read the full report here: https://nca2023.globalchange.gov/ Check out the companion podcast to the Fifth National Climate Assessment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7EIxjQNbD8&t=8s As always, follow us @climatepod on Twitter and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our music is "Gotta Get Up" by The Passion Hifi, check out his music at thepassionhifi.com. Rate, review and subscribe to this podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! Subscribe to our YouTube channel! Join our Facebook group.
Ahead of COP28, the UN's climate conference, we explore the unique ways public-private partnerships help achieve sustainability goals. Lars Fruergaard Jørgensen, CEO of Novo Nordisk; Pascal Soriot, CEO of AstraZeneca; and Christine O'Brien, lead for BCG's climate and sustainability practice in health care, discuss the projects and success of the Sustainable Markets Initiative Health Systems Task Force. The Task Force brings together global health leaders to enhance individual, societal, and planetary health. Together, they have launched sector-first commitments, actions, and recommendations to accelerate the delivery of net zero, patient-centric health systems. Learn More: https://www.sustainable-markets.org/taskforces/health-systems-taskforce/ For more about Pascal: https://www.astrazeneca.com/our-company/leadership.html#For more about Lars: https://www.novonordisk.com/about/executive-management/lars-fruergaard-jorgensen.htmlFor more about Christine: https://on.bcg.com/3R9xbSJ)https://on.bcg.com/47KDWQpThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
In this episode of the Energy News Beat Daily Standup, Michael Tanner and Stuart Turley discuss various topics. They begin by exploring the collision of net-zero policies with economic reality, highlighting the challenges faced by countries and companies in achieving ambitious net-zero targets. The EU's threats to block new sanctions on Russia, issues with emissions reduction deadlines for member states, and concerns about Chinese tech companies exploiting U.S. green energy goals are also discussed. The conversation shifts to BP seeking partnerships to navigate the renewables landscape, emphasizing the changing strategies of major oil companies. In the financial markets, a rebound in oil prices is observed after a recent decline, while OPEC+ considers the possibility of further oil supply cuts in response to market conditions. The rig count experiences a minor increase, and ExxonMobil's recent developments in Guyana's offshore oil production are highlighted. The hosts conclude by anticipating potential social unrest and political tensions during the Thanksgiving week.Highlights of the Podcast00:00 - Intro05:53 - Opinion: Net-zero policies colliding with economic reality08:33 - EU state threatens to block new sanctions on Russia09:52 - “Reduce Your Emissions Within Two Months Or Face The Consequences”, Brussels Tells 12 Member States12:37 - Chinese tech companies are exploiting US green energy goals, former State Department officials warn15:15 - BP seeks partnerships to navigate renewables storm19:42 - Markets Update22:00 - OPEC+ to consider whether more oil cuts needed – sources26:17 - OutroPlease see the links below for articles that we discuss in the podcast.Opinion: Net-zero policies colliding with economic realityAcross the advanced economies, the politics of net zero are colliding with reality, yet most politicians seem oblivious to the dynamics at play. The inconvenient truth is that the clean energy transition is not unfolding as foretold. Three decades […]EU state threatens to block new sanctions on RussiaThe Slovak foreign minister rejects Brussels' proposal to add nuclear fuel supplies to the upcoming round of penalties The government of Slovakia will not support restrictions on imports of nuclear fuel from Russia as part […]“Reduce Your Emissions Within Two Months Or Face The Consequences”, Brussels Tells 12 Member StatesAuthore by Ziare via ReMix News, The European Commission has ordered Hungary, Romania, and 10 other member states to comply with EU air pollution legislation and reduce their emissions of several pollutants to reduce air […]Chinese tech companies are exploiting US green energy goals, former State Department officials warnWatch the latest video at foxnews.com Fox EXCLUSIVE: Two former U.S. ambassadors are sounding the alarm on the increasing number of green energy projects nationwide being developed with the involvement of Chinese companies. Former U.S. Ambassadors […]BP seeks partnerships to navigate renewables stormYahoo Finance BERLIN/LONDON – BP is seeking partners for offshore wind projects in Japan and may invest in hydrogen technology companies to tackle inflation and equipment bottlenecks that have battered the renewables sector. Source: Reuters […]OPEC+ to consider whether more oil cuts needed – sourcesOPEC+ meets to set policy on Nov. 26 Oil has fallen to four-month low this week Saudi Arabia expected to extend voluntary cut – Energy Aspects MOSCOW/LONDON, Nov 17 (Reuters) – OPEC+ is set to […]Bloomberg outlines how Russia has shrugged off sanctionsKey sectors of the Russian economy have adapted to sanctions or completely recovered from them, as the country shows a greater level of resilience than Western governments had expected, Bloomberg reported on Thursday. Industries ranging […]Follow Stuart On LinkedIn and TwitterFollow Michael On LinkedIn and TwitterENB Top NewsENBEnergy DashboardENB PodcastENB Substack– Get in Contact With The Show –
Data gives us superpower. From how much we spend and where we spend it, to the impact of our dollars on the planet, data tells a story. In an era where consumers are becoming more environmentally conscious, the role that financial institutions can and should play in helping us transition to net zero is more crucial than ever. In this episode of One Vision — FinTech Fuse! Theo chats with Emma Kisby, CEO, Cogo EMEA, on the power of data and collective impact. Banks play an important role in educating customers about the environmental impact of their spending, offering insights and incentives to trigger behavioral change. With intention — and action, a fairer and more sustainable world is possible. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In the first of a special ENR climate change series, ENR Editor Aileen Cho talks to execs at the Port of Long Beach (Heather Tomley, pictured) and its tenant LBCT to find out how they are making their infrastructure as green as possible. Earth Matters, Special installments in ENR's Critical Path podcast taking a deep dive at the intersection of construction and climate change.
Reaching Nova Scotia's ambitious emissions targets won't be easy. We hear about a program to find new technologies that might help get us there.
In this week's episode of Energy Evolution, the hosts discuss a new series of articles out of the S&P Global Commodity Insights' newsroom that examines how some of the largest companies in the world are working to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 or sooner. Co-hosts Dan Testa and Taylor Kuykendall summarize some of the findings of the team's reporting before interviewing correspondents Camellia Moors and Camilla Naschert about their reporting on net-zero efforts in the European power and global metals and mining sectors. The episode also features an interview with Pedro Martins Barata, associate vice president for carbon markets and private sector decarbonization at the Environmental Defense Fund, on the state of industrial decarbonization. He talks about the different major features of decarbonization plans that companies might have and the role of policy in placing pressure on these industries to decarbonize. Energy Evolution co-hosts Dan Testa and Taylor Kuykendall are veteran journalists with broad expertise covering the energy and mining sectors. In addition, Camellia Moors and Camilla Naschert, reporters who write about mining and power issues, are correspondents for Energy Evolution and regularly contribute to the show. Subscribe to Energy Evolution on your favorite platform to catch our latest episodes!
- UAW Contracts Will Likely Be Approved - ChargePoint Launching 500 kW Chargers - Only EVs on Track for Net-Zero - Hyundai Gives the IONIQ 5 the "N" Treatment - Genesis Adds Another SUV to Its U.S. Lineup - Ford Gives Owners Fast Feedback Tech - Toyota and Redwood Expand Partnership to Material Supply - Chinese EV Goes with Gullwing Doors - Domino's Creates Pizza Delivery E-BikeThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3270299/advertisement
- UAW Contracts Will Likely Be Approved - ChargePoint Launching 500 kW Chargers - Only EVs on Track for Net-Zero - Hyundai Gives the IONIQ 5 the "N" Treatment - Genesis Adds Another SUV to Its U.S. Lineup - Ford Gives Owners Fast Feedback Tech - Toyota and Redwood Expand Partnership to Material Supply - Chinese EV Goes with Gullwing Doors - Domino's Creates Pizza Delivery E-Bike
We committed to be carbon-negative by 2030. How will we do it? Can we even do it? We have “Burning” right in our name.When it comes to solar, biofuels, and energy banks, we have many irons in the fire, or rather, we are planting many seeds. Hear how Black Rock City is a hotbed, or rather, a garden bed, for the innovation of clean energy.Stuart talks with George B Reed III, Associate Director of Burning Man Project's Off Fossil Fuels program about the progress we're making for a brighter future, or rather... yeah, a brighter future.George shares what Burning Man's leadership has been developing to be in integrity with our principles and goals, from composting organic waste for food cultivation, to making renewable diesel from captured carbon. He shares stories of the community preventing and reversing damage to the climate. Hear how we're collectively rewiring reality, showing our work, and sharing what we know. Here's how you can do it for your camp, your cohort, your city.Burning Man Project: 2030 Environmental Sustainability Roadmapburningman.org: About Us / Sustainability (updated Oct 2023) The Renewables for Artists TeamThe Green Theme Camp Community & BLASTBurning Man Journal: Your Checklist for LNT in BRC (2023)Burning Man Journal: Waking Dreams: Evoking Greener Burns (2022)Burning Man Journal: Sustainability Initiatives on the Road to Black Rock City (2022)
Welcome to The Hydrogen Podcast!In episode 263, Germany announces its massive hydrogen pipeline plan. And how can we get Net Zero hydrogen to an affordable level? All discuss these topics and give my thoughts on today's hydrogen podcast.Thank you for listening and I hope you enjoy the podcast. Please feel free to email me at email@example.com with any questions. Also, if you wouldn't mind subscribing to my podcast using your preferred platform... I would greatly appreciate it. Respectfully,Paul RoddenVISIT THE HYDROGEN PODCAST WEBSITEhttps://thehydrogenpodcast.comDEMO THE H2 ADVANTAGEhttps://keyhydrogen.com/hydrogen-location-analytics-software/ CHECK OUT OUR BLOGhttps://thehydrogenpodcast.com/blog/WANT TO SPONSOR THE PODCAST? Send us an email to: firstname.lastname@example.orgNEW TO HYDROGEN AND NEED A QUICK INTRODUCTION?Start Here: The 6 Main Colors of HydrogenSupport the show
Listen to Argus expert John Cooper and Bioenergy Europe's Irene di Padua as they discuss the opportunities and challenges of the EU's Renewable Energy Directive for the biomass market. Argus reports prices and industry news on biofuels, feedstock and biomass markets including wood chips and pellets. Find out more: https://www.argusmedia.com/en/bioenergy
Large power transformers, or LPTs for short, are integral for the functioning of the energy grid. But with BloombergNEF forecasting that the US will need to nearly double its units by 2030, will the country manage to meet the demand, or could it be facing further bottlenecks? On today's show, Dana sits down with Eva Gonzalez Isla from BNEF's modeling team. Together, they discuss what large power transformers are and what they do, US government policy and whether it has been aiding or hampering production, and the countries that are making up for a shortfall in the US's transformer production capacity. Today's episode draws from the BNEF research note US Risks Power Transformer Supply Gap Becoming a Chasm. Complimentary BNEF research on the trends driving the transition to a lower-carbon economy can be found at BNEF on the Bloomberg Terminal, on bnef.com or on the BNEF mobile app. Links to research notes from this episode: US Risks Power Transformer Supply Gap Becoming a Chasm - https://www.bnef.com/insights/32571See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this week's episode of the Propcast, Louisa is joined by Emanuel Heisenberg, CEO and Founder of EcoWorks, and Mauricio Weiss, GP and Founding Partner of Zacua Ventures where they discuss all things renovation, regulation and innovation. With 40% of emissions being used on buildings and 20% on materials, the guests delve into the short- and long-term costs of going carbon neutral and whether it is a realistic goal with today's current economic climate. The guests discuss how an increase in sustainability pressure, paired with geopolitical instability and labour scarcity are a handful of the challenges that accompany reaching net zero targets. Emanuel shares how the EcoWork's product can help tackle key issues around scarcity of labour and materials from factories, whilst Mauricio discusses the trends he has seen with his portfolio companies in terms of increasing their sales. Companies mentioned MIPIM JLL Spark Shoutouts Vivin Hegde Arnaud Bouzinac Robert Habeck Josh Levy, Document Crunch Previous episodes mentioned The evolution of global construction technologies Episode Highlights Regulation is actually pushing for a lot of technology adoption in terms of higher requirements, and these requirements just make the processes much more complex, right? - Mauricio So they really tackle the 80 percent renewable energy goal for 2030 and they really decarbonize the heating system with good and aggressive regulations. - Emanuel The construction sector invests 1 percent in R&D and the housing sector 0.1%. So, they will not bring any transformation towards affordability and decarbonization. - Emanuel You do need regulators – to start pointing the marketing to the right direction, but you also want to keep competitiveness and ensure a free environment and a secure environment to make investments and to see the return of these investments. - Mauricio Investors and a lot of stakeholders are questioning whether this is the right moment to be investing in technologies or an economic turn that will potentially slow down the piece of adoption for technology - Mauricio Previous episodes mentioned The Evolution Of Global Construction Technologies Key Takeaways The use of circular building materials in helping companies reach net zero targets The need for common standards across Europe, as well as the challenges that this would bring due to difference in buildings and needs for each country The need for regulators to be very close to investors in sharing short term and long-term goals of decarbonisation and technology adoption How to position certain aspects of ESG to pitch to create sustainable competitive advantage for that company without changing the core of your business Emmanuel shares some advice about the German market for founders looking to expand The lack of construction companies in Germany About our guests Emanuel Heisenberg Emanuel Heisenberg studied history and economics in Munich and Cambridge. He has over 15 years of experience in setting up and developing companies for renewable energies and ESCO and has contributed to more than 50 energy projects. His international network includes numerous funds, utility companies, IPPs, entrepreneurs, and research institutions. After founding a contracting and geothermal energy company, he established ecoworks in 2019, introducing the concept of serial renovation to Germany. An initial pilot project in Hameln proved challenging but was also a significant success. The renovated buildings there have demonstrably achieved NetZero levels. In addition to his role as CEO and founder, he is also active as a speaker and expert in energy and climate policy, advising the German federal government, companies, and private equity funds in the fields of heating and energy efficiency. In 2020, together with journalist Georg Diez, he co-wrote a book on the significance of technology in reinventing democracy (Power To The People: How We Reinvent Democracy with Technology). Ecoworks ecoworks develops end-to-end software and prefabricated elements to turn apartment buildings with significant renovation backlog into attractive and climate-neutral living spaces in just a few weeks. In this way, the company is making a significant contribution to rapidly reducing emissions in the building sector and the dependence on fossil fuels. ecoworks is an innovation leader in a market that will unleash enormous investment volumes in the wake of national and European legislative initiatives and rising energy and CO2 prices. Around 45 million residential units in Europe are located in buildings with the worst energy ratings. In addition to regulation, these will be particularly burdened by high CO2 prices, which will become mandatory for the building sector soon. Comparable regulations are already planned or in effect in parts of the US and Asia. The Berlin-based company developed the technology in Germany and is currently bringing it to the mass market with several projects. The company is considered one of the most innovative providers of Climate Tech in the building sector worldwide. Mauricio Weiss Mauricio is GP and Founding Partner of Zacua Ventures, a global Venture Capital fund focused in the construction industry. Mauricio works closely with entrepreneurs in the industry to support the adoption of new technologies and improve productivity and sustainability on construction projects. His background working in a large construction company first and at the CVC of Cemex later taught him what is needed for a successful implementation of technology and the right approach for startups engaging large corporates. Zacua Ventures Zacua Ventures is an early stage fund focused on the Built Environment. With three GPs based in San Francisco, Madrid and Singapore, the fund has a global focus and each of the founders come with a proven track record, having led 30+ investments in the corporate funds in Cemex Ventures and HILTI. The fund has raise over $55m USD, to invest in Pre-Seed to Series A startups that focus on 3 main areas in the construction industry: Sustainability, Enhanced Productivity & Safety and Urbanization Solutions. About Our Host Louisa is the Co-Founder of LMRE, which has rapidly become the market-leading global built environment recruitment platform and search consultancy, specializing in finding the best strategic talent for the most innovative organisations in PropTech, ConTech, Smart Buildings, ESG, Sustainability and Strategic Consulting with operations across North America, United Kingdom, Europe, Asia-Pacific and MENA. To promote the industry she is so passionate about, Louisa set up the Global podcast ‘The Propcast' where she hosts and invites guests from the built environment space to join her in conversation about innovation.
Energy poverty is a real thing. We have to look at solutions that take care of the environment while providing low-cost energy for humanity. I just had the opportunity to visit with leaders from Africa and the last mile.Please sit back, and enjoy our discussion with Tucker. You can connect with Tucker on his LinkedIn HERE: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tucker-perkins/The Propane Council is HERE: https://propane.com/00:00 - Intro01:07 - How did you get your podcast started?01:50 - Overview of Propane Council involvement, current activities, and priorities04:46 - Importance of propane in the energy transformation, focusing on environmental benefits and global observations09:58 - Urgency and challenges of global energy transition, emphasizing human impact and opportunities in Africa16:26 - Critical role of propane in providing affordable and reliable energy, stressing the importance of education and changing perceptions21:03 - Evolving landscape of renewable fuels, confidence in renewable propane and natural gas, and their contributions to sustainability25:52 - Challenges of transitioning to electric trucks, advocating for propane in medium and heavy-duty vehicles, addressing issues of mineral resources and holistic energy security31:43 - Discussion on challenges and misconceptions surrounding hydrogen, advocating for practical, immediate actions with propane36:03 - Contact information for the speaker and podcast38:35 - OutroOther great resources from Sandstone and Energy News Beat Real Estate Investor Pulse https://realestateinvestorpulse.com/1031 Exchange E-Book https://alternativeinvestments.sandstone-group.com/en-us/tax-benefits-sandstone-group-0-1-1-0ENB Top News https://energynewsbeat.co/top-news/ENB https://energynewsbeat.co/Energy Dashboard https://app.sandstone-group.com/enb-dashboard-version-2ENB Podcast https://energynewsbeat.co/industry-insights-2/ENB Substack https://theenergynewsbeat.substack.com/
This week, Jean-Denis Charlebois joins the podcast. Jean-Denis is the Chief Economist at the Canada Energy Regulator (CER). The CER released a report in June outlining three potential future energy scenarios, titled “Canada's Energy Future 2023: Energy Supply and Demand Projections to 2050.” Here are some of the questions Peter and Jackie asked Jean-Denis: Why did the CER publish net-zero scenarios for the first time in this recent edition? Are you concerned about how these scenarios are implicitly being used as predictions by politicians or other commentators on energy in Canada? How much does Canadian electricity consumption increase in the CER scenarios? What is the potential market share for heat pumps? How does the mix of power generation change? What is the future cost of carbon? Canada's oil production is assumed to decline significantly in the net-zero scenarios; however, could supply be more resilient considering Canada's advantages as a stable, secure, and low-carbon supplier? What energy-focused capital spending is required for the Canadian net-zero scenarios, and how does that compare with history? Please review our disclaimer at: https://www.arcenergyinstitute.com/disclaimer/ Check us out on social media: X (Twitter): @arcenergyinst LinkedIn: @ARC Energy Research Institute Subscribe to ARC Energy Ideas Podcast Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Amazon Music Spotify
On today's show, Senator Hollie Hughes discusses the latest events in Australian politics. Later, Greg Canavan discusses Net Zero costs and impact. Additionally, Gavin Pitchford discusses 2GB radio host Roman Butchaski, who has been missing since Sunday after a solo fishing trip in crocodile-infested waters. GUEST 1 OVERVIEW: Hollie Hughes was elected to the Senate for New South Wales in 2019 following a successful career in communications, government affairs, consultancy and advocacy for rural and regional Australians. Now based in Sydney, Senator Hughes spent almost 20 years living in the country – mainly at Moree in northwestern NSW. In recent years Senator Hughes has also been a passionate advocate for autistic children and their families after her son was diagnosed in 2012. GUEST 2 OVERVIEW: Greg Canavan is the Editorial Director of Fat Tail Investment Research and Editor of flagship investment letter, Fat Tail Investment Advisory. This service utilises technical charts and valuation analysis to find compelling growth opportunities in the stock market. X: @gcanavan2 GUEST 3 OVERVIEW: Gavin Pitchford is an audio producer at News Corp Australia.
In this enlightening episode, we delve into the world of sustainability and carbon footprint management with Elisa Moscolin, the Executive Vice President of Sustainability at Sage and the Sage Foundation. Elisa brings to the table a wealth of knowledge on aiding small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in navigating the complexities of carbon footprint accounting and sustainability practices. She emphasizes the integral role of SMBs in achieving global net zero targets and the disproportionate challenges they face in starting their sustainability journeys. Elisa outlines Sage's dual-pronged approach to sustainability: internally striving for net zero and externally empowering SMBs to follow suit. She highlights Sage's commitment to science-based targets, aiming for a 50% reduction in emissions by 2030 and achieving net zero by 2040. A key focus of the discussion is the innovative carbon accounting software solution, Sage Earth, which simplifies carbon footprint measurement for SMBs. This solution integrates with financial systems, offering an automated, user-friendly platform that encourages businesses to take actionable steps towards reducing their emissions. The conversation also explores broader trends affecting SMBs, like increased regulation and the need for supportive policies. Elisa emphasizes the importance of creating an ecosystem to aid SMBs, involving banks and policymakers. She shares her personal journey into sustainability, driven by a deep sense of responsibility and a desire to make a meaningful impact. This episode is a must-listen for anyone interested in the intersection of business and environmental stewardship, offering valuable insights into the challenges and solutions for SMBs in the race to net zero. Thank you for downloading this episode of the Do One Better Podcast. Visit our Knowledge Hub at Lidji.org for information on 200+ case studies and interviews with remarkable leaders in philanthropy, sustainability and social entrepreneurship.
On this episode of Energy Evolution, we are talking about carbon offset markets and oil and gas retirement credits. What function do these tools serve in the broader decarbonization push, and how exactly are we calculating them anyway? What are the policies needed to make these offsets and credits work appropriately? How useful are these mechanisms in comparison to directly reducing emissions? Listen in to find out! Today's speakers include Brad Handler, Program Manager for the Sustainable Finance Lab at the Colorado School of Mines' Payne Institute for Public Policy, and Brian Prest, an economist and fellow at nonprofit Resources for the Future. Energy Evolution co-hosts Dan Testa and Taylor Kuykendall are veteran journalists with broad expertise covering the energy and mining sectors. In addition, Camellia Moors and Camilla Naschert, reporters who write about mining and power issues, are correspondents for Energy Evolution and regularly contribute to the show. Subscribe to Energy Evolution on your favorite platform to catch our latest episodes!