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How do we reverse global warming? + Coronavirus & Climate (Podcast)
- Apr 13, 2020 3:11 pm GMT
I recently went on "The Big Life Questions Show" and got to answer the million-dollar question 74 trillion dollar question.
...or is it the 7.7 billion person question?
I had a great time discussing this and sharing my thoughts on what we can learn from this awful coronavirus pandemic.
If you're interested, definitely check out this 30-minute podcast!
Breakdown of the podcast by topic:
- 0:45 - Intro
- 4:00 - The top 4 actions governments should take to reverse global warming.
- 9:20 - Key takeaways on the coronavirus pandemic and climate change - what can we learn?
- 13:00 - Annual deaths from air pollution.
- 17:50 - What can individuals do about climate change?
- 20:00 - The 3.5% rule.
- 22:30 - The role of public/private partnerships in reversing global warming.
Hope you enjoy the podcast - and I'd love to hear what you think!
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