(NET) ZERO TO HERO: tackling the climate emergency

 

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In this episode:

At this live show recorded at the Underbelly Festival in London we’re talking about the climate emergency, Extinction Rebellion and reaching net zero carbon emissions. What’s the scale of the crisis? How do we reach net zero? And what’s it got to do with Geoff’s favourite mangos? We’re joined by Emily Shuckburgh, a leading climate scientist; Chris Stark, chief executive of the Committee on Climate Change; and Farhana Yamin, environmental lawyer turned Extinction Rebellion activist.

 

PLUS radio host and fellow podcaster Emily Dean (and her dog Raymond!)

Guests

Farhana Yamin (@farhanaclimate), climate change lawyer and political coordinator of Extinction Rebellion

Emily Shuckburgh (@emilyshuckburgh), director of research at the University of Cambridge

Chris Stark (@ChiefExecCCC), chief executive of the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) 

Emily Dean (@Divine_Miss_Em), radio presenter and host of Walking the Dog podcast

 

More info

Climate emergency and net zero emissions

 

Extinction Rebellion

 
Joel Pearce