There is a new book on climate which has been recently released which I think is worth paying attention to. It is called Supercharge Me.
Why do I think it is worth paying attention to? Because it takes a different tack to most other books. It proposes a manifesto of actions which if followed, should deliver net zero. what kind of actions? The ones that actually matter - policy and regulatory tweaks which can serve to change the incentives to act.
I invited the authors of this book Corinne Sawers and Eric Lonergan to come on the podcast to tell me more.
We had a fascinating conversation covering why they decided to write the book, the kinds of policy and regulatory tweaks that can make the biggest differences, and how to ensure these policy hacks are actually rolled out in the world.
This was an excellent episode of the podcast and I learned loads as always, and I hope you do too.
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