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May 7, 2021

The three guests all actively work for Fair Vote Canada, which aims to shift Canada from a system of "first-past-the post" (electing a single politician from each riding) to proportional representation, which gives minority parties some representation in legislatures.

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May 7, 2021

The goal of sustainable architecture is not energy efficiency but the reduction of carbon emissions. says Michael Barnard. Paul Dowsett agrees. They explain to Metta why heat pumps are so important, and why concrete is a challenge.

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May 5, 2021

Peter Wadhams, Paul Beckwith, and Franklyn Griffiths all know each other for their work on the climate emergency. Doug Saunders and Metta Spencer are just learning about the gravity of our current situation. We discuss possible technical interventions that might save us, but agree that the public is ot sufficiently...


May 5, 2021

Lloyd Helferty shares Metta's enthusiasm for the use of biochar as a means of drawing carbon out of the atmosphere and burying it permanently in the soil, where it can be immensely helpful in improving the quality and quantity of food. However, he is aware that the charcoal must be used carefully, for toxic effects...


May 3, 2021

Three young Russian political activists emigrated from their homeland to the US. They tell Metta about the difficult working conditions that motivated them and their experiences after the move.

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