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4 of The Best Podcast Episodes for David Spratt. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about David Spratt, often where they are interviewed.

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4 of The Best Podcast Episodes for David Spratt. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about David Spratt, often where they are interviewed.

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BZE listens to Smart Energy Council Conference - David Spratt

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Beyond Zero listens to Smart Energy Council annual conference online. Today I’m playing two talks, one from David Spratt who is Research Director for Breakthrough, the national centre for climate restoration. The second talk is by the Honorable Mark Butler Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Energy
Sep 24 2020 ·
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David Spratt, Harriet O'Shae-Carre and Kaity Thompson discuss the School Strike for Climate

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The School Strike for Climate, the dynamics surrounding it and its broader impact on society were discussed at the 2019 Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics  recent Melbourne conference.
Activist and Melbourne-based climate intellectual, David Spratt lead a conversation about the School Strike for Climate (SS4C) involving one of the trio from Castlemaine who played a key role in bringing the movement to Australia, Harriet O'Shae-Carre and a Melbourne girl, Kaity Thomson, who credited the SS4C with changing her life.
David Spratt quoted Rebecca Huntley during his introductory remarks and Harriet referred to another from her Castlemaine trio, Milou Albrecht.

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Dec 01 2019 · 39mins

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BZE speaks to David Spratt - Breakthrough "The 3rd Degree"

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BZE speaks to David Spratt, Research Director of Breakthrough, National Centre for Climate Restoration and previously author of "Climate Code Red' has written a paper with Ian Dunlop entitled  "The 3rd Degree - Supporting evidence  and Implications for Australia of existential climate-related security risk"
Aug 01 2019 ·
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David Spratt talks about his engagement with climate change

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David Spratt had always been obliquely aware of climate change, but then things changed and it became in interest, then a passion and in 2008 he co-authored the book "Climate Code Red" with Phillip Sutton.
David is not a climate scientist, but he has a deep and abiding interest in climate science and with a background on economics, and a little dedication, he can make sense of the science that unpins climate change, just as anyone else can who applies themself, he argues.
Working with Ian Dunlop, David has compiled and written many reports that have had a major impact on climate change education, both in Australia and around the world.

Feb 28 2019 · 34mins