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Climate of Change (Series 2)

By: Cate Blanchett,Danny Kennedy
Narrated by: Cate Blanchett,Danny Kennedy
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  • Summary

  • Two long-term friends explore despair, optimism and hope in the face of environmental change. Cate and Danny return with Season 2 of the acclaimed series Climate of Change where they interview guests along the way, discussing the challenges humankind faces and celebrate the ground-breaking work tackling the crisis. It’s a listening experience to empower the change we all want to see. Featuring an exclusive soundtrack by Grammy Award-winning electronic artist Imogen Heap in collaboration with biologist and filmmaker Dan O’Neill, it’s the podcast about climate change that gives you hope...hopefully.

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  • Oct 5 2022

    In the first episode of the second series of Climate of Change our hosts and longtime friends Cate Blanchett and Danny Kennedy embark on another journey of discovery, uncovering the positive and thrilling stories happening globally in the field of climate action. In a Persistence of Positivity they hear from Christiana Figueres on why she is 'a 'stubborn optimist”, anthropologist Tim Ingold on how everything is connected and we go to Northern Australia to hear how indigenous know-how is transforming fire management.

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    38 mins
  • Oct 5 2022

    In A Mayhem of Cars Danny discovers he is rather good at imitating the sound of a horse while Cate consults her book on collective nouns for inspiration as the duo delve into the world of transport and look at how we are going to be getting around in the future. They find out about electric rickshaws in Delhi and all about India's first solar ferry. How parents and school kids in Barcelona are taking over the streets and they discover the first city in the world where all the public transport is already electric.

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    32 mins
  • Oct 5 2022

    In Fire in a Wire Cate and Danny discover how simple and straightforward it can be to provide clean, green energy to everyone. In Nigeria the answer is to use solar and batteries to power generators. Another innovator is helping remote communities in Cambodia who aren't even connected to the grid. And the first solar plant is built in a refugee camp in Jordan revolutionising the lives of those now living there.

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    32 mins

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Greatly informative, nice to hear that innovation and intelligence will beat the climate change problem

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  • 10-11-22

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Is anyone listening?
Of course! I keep listening to the Climate of Change every morning.
hopefully, give you hope
thankfully, give you thanks :)

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  • 11-14-22

A little one sided

My concern is specifically around the creation of and general use of bateries. The one sided concept that electric cars are the answer. When specifically looking at the carbon footprint of an electric vehicle, as in its production, the environmental cost of lithium. etc it is the equivalent of running a diesel car for 400000 kms. Recycling batteries is also very toxic, uranium would be better for the grid