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What to Do While Waiting (for the Crash)


Author Richard Heinberg on geopolitics, finance, and environment of the slow crash. Global Crossing and Green Festivals President Kevin Danaher on transition to green economy. Unicyclist for climate Joseph Boutelier. 

Welcome to Radio Ecoshock. I'm Alex and in this program we'll visit with Kevin Danaher, a founder of Global Crossing and President of the Green Festival, plus a visit to the studio by young Joseph Boutelier, riding his unicycle across the Rocky Mountains to draw attention to climate change. 

But first, I need to ask one of the old hands about what to do while waiting for the crash. Richard Heinberg is next.

No time to listen? Read more on this episode at the Radio Ecoshock blog.

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