For our second episode, we consider whether democracy or autocracy can provide the action that the global community needs, to combat climate change. We debate whether authoritarian or democratic governments are more effective at handling crisis like the pandemic or the Climate emergency.
Seeking consensus can be a long process which can delay action. We discuss with our panel if reaching consensus is a process that must be done regardless of the type of government; and if in their opinion consensus helps or hinders action on climate change.
We also address the issue of innovation on helping us tackle climate change and if this factor gives democracies an edge on fighting climate change.
Episode 12: Green skills and green jobs for a greener economy
Episode 11: Could renewable energy be the way out the energy crisis?
Episode 10: The energy crisis and consumer vulnerability
Episode 9: Sustainable Lifestyle
Episode 8: Green progress review
Episode 7: The road to COP is paved with good intentions
Episode 6: The Job Market and Green Skills
Episode 5: Building Resilient Cities
Episode 4: Destabilising climate
Episode 3: Fighting from within
Episode 1: Coming out of lockdown
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