We begin this week with Stephen Szucs, founder of Sustainable Joes. Stephen talks to us about his documentary look at the sustainability movement asking important self-reflective questions.
Stefan Hostetter rejoins us this week to talk about the myth of the resurgence of American coal under Donald Trump... or pretty much anywhere else for that matter.
- China’s Decline in Coal Consumption Drives Global Slowdown in Emissions
- International Energy Agency: Market Analysis and Forecast 2021
- Top US coal boss Robert Murray: Trump 'can't bring mining jobs back'
- Economic contribution of the Great Barrier Reef March 2013
- Minerals Council of Australia Employment Report
- It’s either Adani or the Great Barrier Reef. Are we willing to fight for a wonder of the world?
- Scott Pruitt hails era of environmental deregulation in speech at coal mine
Carson Fong closes out the show for us with a new update on an older story about exposed corruption and criminal activity on behalf of Royal Dutch Shell oil company in the Niger Delta.
- Royal Dutch Shell, Eni regain control of Nigerian oil asset [Subscription required]
- Nigeria Tells Shell, Eni to Temporarily Cede Oil Field Control
- TIMELINE-Shell in Nigeria
- Report: Managing bribery and corruption risks in the oil and gas industry
Daryn makes a case for how the new imperialist power are multinational corporations, cloaking themselves in the American flag out of convenience.
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