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We wonder how the holy hell the government can beat a legal challenge to stop developing the North Sea for oil and gas? We discuss the myth of carbon capture and storage on a mass scale - and talk about England’s Environment Agency, and how they appear to be selling the ability to pollute. And in the US, a fossil fuel company is using the first ame…
 
The shady World Economic Forum announced this week that climate change was the greatest threat in 2022, and we wonder what the hell took them so long? We chat about whether Ecotricity would use animal slurry in its green gas mills, and celebrate our friends at Tranmere Rovers for going vegan. Lots of questions from you lot too - including a questio…
 
The energy crisis continues rumbling and Dale’s got three things he wants the government to consider, so customers don't have to pay £hundreds more for their power from April. With Fossil Fuel companies paying for Google ads that look like normal search results - we wonder why tech companies aren’t regulated. We hear about the ultimate in greenwash…
 
This is our last one for 2021 - we look back at another bonkers year - but first Dale explains why he isn’t a fan of Christmas, and it’s not because he’s a big old grinch. We start with COP26 - the UK’s first attempt at hosting it and the behaviour of our Prime Minister. Then there’s the energy crisis, which has transformed our relationship with el…
 
We start looking at campaigners taking court action against governments for failing their climate targets - and whether this should these battles take place in court. There’s been a few cases of COVID at Forest Green Rovers, so we talk about what’s ahead for the rest of the season. Reindeers are starving in Lapland because of climate change - will …
 
Lots to discuss – three young people are suing the PM for failing to save the planet, and Dale says he fails to see any positives of privatisation, and reckons he would be happy for the energy industry to return under state control, if it solved the current crisis. We also look at a new poll that says Brits are now more concerned about the climate …
 
Dale is in Glasgow for COP26, so we talk through some of the biggest news from the conference, including the “end of coal” - while the UK gets ready to open a new coal mine. We hear about Dale’s latest experience with the cops at COP26 and find out about eco-bot.net - cutting through the greenwash.Av Dale Vince
 
Dale and Ian digest the UK’s anti-climate budget - cheaper to fly, cheaper to drive and drink too, yet still nothing on home insulation or solar panels. We also work out Australia’s net zero plan - which seems to involve fossil fuels… As Dale gets ready for COP26, we wonder what’s ahead and whether the UK government is coordinating the world on cli…
 
He’s been called some things over time, but a friend of Vladimir Putin? Dale explains more. Lots more to discuss, including Britain and US not wanting a safe and healthy planet to be a human right. We also hear about Dale’s alien experience at the Conservative conference in Manchester, and do our best to answer your questions.…
 
Three more energy companies collapsed since our crisis special - and we keep you abreast with what’s going on in this fast moving mess. We digest news that just a quarter of voters think Boris is the man to tackle climate crisis. Dale’s off to the Conservative party conference, and Ian can’t believe what he’s hearing. With a price cap for energy in…
 
Before we launch season 3 we thought we’d discuss what the hell is going on with energy. With 25 years in the game, Dale’s well qualified to tell us. Find out what got the UK in this mess, what many energy businesses got wrong, and whether the government can get us out of this real pickle. Back to normal in our next episode - whatever normal means …
 
It’s the final episode before our summer break and we’re talking about how the media reports the climate emergency and whether BBC impartiality really should apply now. There’s also the incredible news of a cigarette company promising to abandon cigarettes by 2030. We’re back with season 3 in September - thanks for listening.…
 
It’s been a hot old week, and Dale’s fired up. We wonder why it’s going to take two years to look at changing road building policies. Should we be celebrating heatwaves, or seeing them as signs of the climate crisis? And we ponder whether hydrogen is the answer for long distance air travel – we also get to the bottom of claims from shooting groups …
 
As big fans of re-wilding, we consider the return of wildness and letting nature do its thing - is it time to release the wolves? We discuss British rainforests and wonder where we’re all beginning to suffer date fatigue as the EU pins its hopes on 2050 as its zero carbon date. We get an email from a listener in Australia who wonders how he can mak…
 
We talk about shocking new figures on death from climate change, and the latest climate denial from a US senator - he’s an idiot. Dale shares his issues with carbon offsetting, and talks about the concept of re-wilding. We discuss whether “a little bit of coal” is still ok for educational purposes, and we find out whether Ian has KFC’s Colonel Sand…
 
We talk about record breaking temperatures in Canada, and how climate change is literally killing people in their hundreds. We try to get our heads around the BBC telling kids about the positives of climate change, and Dale talks about his experience with the new TV kid on the block, GB News. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Dale agree on the fact that po…
 
We examine The Sunday Times Green Power list and work out what the hell happened. We also hear about how the Daily Express is reinventing itself as the paper for the planet. We also ponder how Easyjet is justifying domestic UK flights for just pennies per mile, and find out more about Dale’s Green Dragon initiative too. There’s lots of your questio…
 
It’s our second episode in a couple of days, and we’ve got plenty to discuss. We digest news that three UK animal species are on the verge of extinction, and how healthcare professionals are now pushing to recognise the climate crisis as a medical emergency. We discuss how Ecotricity came to be – and what keeps Dale motivated 25 years later. There’…
 
We’re considering whether we’re all need to scrap our gas boilers or whether there’s a renewable alternative. There’s also the matter of Brazil’s (potentially) dodgy environment minister - and what’s going on with Dale’s Sky Diamonds. We also talk about whether we should make good things cheaper than bad things through taxes and subsides. Find out …
 
There are more reasons to wonder whether the government’s heart is really in fighting the climate crisis - from PM’s unnecessary helicopter trip, to a new Police and Crime Commissioner who doesn’t want to buy “foreign” electric vehicles, but loves his gas guzzling trucks. We also find out how some clever AI tech has worked out oil and gas giants we…
 
A bonkers week - even though we recorded a couple of days early. There’s an update on our planning appeal with the Good Law Project to change government policy, and how Dale met two government ministers on the same day. We also get news on improvements to the Electric Highway, Britain’s continued fascination with meat, and how Dale almost fell for …
 
It’s a big episode - as world leaders get together for Earth Day - Dale gets excited by Biden’s renewed US climate push, but is bewildered by Boris and alarmed by Australia. We talk digital fashion, could grass become a source of human protein, and why kid’s show Blue Peter was wrong to bow to pressure from farmers. There’s also more from Britain’s…
 
We discuss the disconnect between the UK government’s environmental policy and reality - and there’s a lot of food talk this week - as Ian tries going veggie for the week and a new listener wants to go vegan. Dale’s also become the biggest fan of seagrass too. If you’re into football, there’s talk of the coaching situation at Forest Green Rovers, a…
 
A busy week as we discuss rising CO2 levels, why COP26 might be the “best last chance” at fighting climate change. We also digest the response to Dale’s radio debate with XR co-founder Dr Gail Bradbrook, and look at why farmers are going after kid’s TV favourite, Blue Peter. We answer loads of your questions, and receive a few rants too.…
 
We’re a day early because of Easter, and investigate reports that COP26 may need a further delay. We discuss India’s apparent refusal to drop fossil fuels and consider the staggering numbers behind who is taking all of the world’s plane flights. We wonder whether Nigel Farage has turned over a new Greenleaf and answer your questions – including an …
 
Dale discusses the launch of his major new Green Britain campaign with the UK’s Daily Express newspaper - not a place you would have previously associated with climate change. We talk about why we all need to step out of the green bubble to get the country to where we want it to be - and we look at what’s coming up in our new initiative in the run …
 
Ignore our tech issues (we’ll fix them!) as we digest a big week for the planet - with Biden rowing back on Trump’s most harmful environmental policies overnight, Dale is delighted. We talk vegan burgers, Drax (a pollution power station, not a Bond bad guy), and answer an angry and nonsensical question about traffic lights.…
 
We get to grips with the fourth governmental u-turn on school dinners we wonder why they can’t get feeding kids right? There’s also hope as we wait for Joe Biden to take power, and Dale offers an update on Ecotricity’s tidal energy plans, his electric hovercraft project and what he gets up to in a typical working day.…
 
A bumper edition to start the new year - we wonder who will challenge President Elect Biden in four years and talk about the incredible start to Veganuary. We also discuss Ecotricity’s venture into geothermal energy - renewable power from 3 miles down, the same week as the government approve a coal mine. Plus - loads more of your questions too!…
 
We focus on sad, but ground breaking legal precedent, as it’s ruled a nine year old was killed by air pollution. We look at the UN’s efforts to get all countries to declare a climate emergency, and find out what Dale thinks of the news the head of the UK nuclear industry respects him. We’re a christmas-free zone too.…
 
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