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Guest host - Rob Shirkey and Saryn talk about the impact of neoliberalism on our social structures and how the sharing economy could expand beyond health care and public transit.
The hosts agree that it would be a nice summer break to stick with some more fun stuff this week and lay off the heavy (well mostly). To this end we talk about some news, some social pondering, and everything from dating to non-traditional family structure in a climate changing world.
Guest host Tim Nash and Saryn talk about power behind the wheel... those who have it and those who don't. Racialized roads, power dynamics and hot tempers in hot weather this weeks bonus show is based on some academic study around the attitudes of drives and bikers and the role the machine itself plays in the equation.
This week Stefan is away so I am joined by friend of the show and 'The Sustainable Economist' - Tim Nash. We are also joined by phone by Canadian EV expert Matthew Klippenstein to update the Clean Car Report for Canada.
Stefan and Saryn discuss the bigger picture of a story about seaweed farming for sustenance and other 'new' industries in the age of change. We talk about other possible changes in a climate changed world and new industries and social expectations based on these changes.
We interview Diana Beresford-Kroeger, award winning scientist, host of the documentary 'Call of the Forest'. Diana talks to us about biomimicry, the connections between forests and health and cultural roots, and the philosophy of science as it relates to modern man made environmental issues.
This week Stefan and Saryn talk about maintaining our personal moral and ethical barometers in the age of Trumpism, such that society can revert and continue improving once this storm or ignorance and hate has passed.
The hosts string together a number of financial stories related to pipelines and other carbon energy infrastructure projects under increasing financial pressure from a variety of factors that are increasingly making them questionable investments for even the most cynical or climate denying investors and funds.
Stephen Hawking is predicting humanity has 100 years to leave earth of face extinction. It's both a startling and upsetting claim, and the hosts discuss both our opinions on the claim and theorize the implications if it's true.
This week we focus on largely on climate effects, as they are already causing havoc. Additionally as these effects become more clear, some hard to predict further complications can become apparent complicating mitigation efforts and causing additional difficulties and danger the world over.