Business and Finance

Nuclear Reaction

Exploring both sides of the debate around Nuclear Energy with Dr Paul Dorfman of the University of Sussex and Chair of the Nuclear Consulting Group and Jessica Johnson, Communications and Advocacy Director at Nuclear Europe.

Energy Gridlocked

A podcast exploring volatility in the energy sector with Dr Jeff Hardy of The Grantham Institute – Climate Change and Environment and Dhara Vyas of Energy UK.

Could Your Savings Save the Planet?

Exploring our finances within the context of the Climate Emergency with Simon Mundy of the Financial Times, Alex Smith of Eversheds Sutherland and Kenneth Green of Make My Money Matter

Who Pays the Price?

Where does the responsibility for the non-economic loss and damage associated with unchecked climate change lie?

Rewilding Works!

Especially for farmers! With guests Dominic Buscall and Rebecca Wrigley.

Are we ready for 2 degrees plus?

The Climate Change Committee’s Annual Report to Parliament calls for immediate and systemic change if we are to build a green recovery post Covid. With guests Baroness Brown of Cambridge and Dr James MacGregor.

Paying for Net Zero

Transition to Green Energy – who pays? The producer, the polluter or the consumer? Join our expert guests Neil Hirst, Senior Policy Fellow for Energy and Mitigation at the Grantham Institute and Juliet Davenport, CEO of Good Energy as they discuss the paradigm shift we need in policy and regulation that will free up the consumer so we can make our own decisions about how to heat and power our homes.

Eco-nomics and the Climate!

In this fascinating “eco-nomics” discussion with guests Professor Michael Grubb and Dr Alex Köberle we explore what choices and opportunities there may be to build a greener economy once the current world health crisis is over.  What will the lasting impacts be on global markets and are we likely to see disruptive models emerging which will help drive us towards a more sustainable model for businesses?

Quicker, bigger, better!

Our fifth in our Grantham series looks at the role of innovation in helping us to deliver things to the market that have an impact in a timescale which is 10 times shorter and involving 10 times as many people than the Industrial Revolution – and doing this without making too many boo boos along the way! We discuss who has been thinking about what that takes and how we innovate the way we innovate.

Clean Energy Revolution

Clean Green Energy: locally sourced – locally managed. Just a pipe dream or realistic vision of the future? In the second of our shared series with the Grantham Institute, Dr Jeff Hardy and Dr Madeleine Morris explore what smart local net zero energy systems mean for our communities, for our energy bills and for our lives … a positive smorgasbord of new ways of heating and powering our homes and businesses….!