Anyone who is anyone has a podcast these days so it’s no surprise that our very own Climate Literacy Champion Duncan Baker Brown always one to have his finger on the pulse has some podcasts out there.
This first was recorded last week, Duncan discusses how to implement a circular economy in the built environment. Retrofitting, Deconstruction Waste and Sustainability are also some of the topics covered.
Then as part of the UN Climate Change Conference COP26 which is being hosted by the UK in Glasgow to bring together world leaders to commit to urgent global climate action, Duncan has also recorded podcast for the BBC Green Thinking podcast series. This podcast will be broadcast on November 8th during COP26. It’s one of twenty six postcasts leading up to and beyond COP26.
Duncan has also written a piece for Dezeen this week entitled ‘Act Up, Disrupt, Get Noisy”. In this opinion piece Duncan looks at the controversy surrounding the protest group Insulate Britain and agues that direct action is the only democratic way to bring about change.