Hot On The Carbon Trail: Bill Baue & James Leaton

BillBaueNewJamesLeatonThe Carbon Tracker Initiative and the Carbon Disclosure Project are two ongoing, vital efforts to help us better understand how much fossil fuels and greenhouse gasses companies are emitting. First, host Alex Wise speaks to Sea Change Radio co-founder Bill Baue who explains how the projects work and what needs to happen to act on the findings of these organizations. Next, we hear from the Research Director of the Carbon Tracker Initiative, James Leaton, to discuss the methodology, impact and real-world application of his team’s work.

*Here’s a link to Bill McKibben’s Rolling Stone piece that was inspired by Leaton’s research.

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One Response to “Hot On The Carbon Trail: Bill Baue & James Leaton”

  1. Phlyp Birch says:

    When 2 recent volcanoes dumped more CO2 into the atmosphere than all mankind has ever added, and huge forest fires burn every year with no adverse effect on us, why are we worried what some factory puts out? These guys are crying the sky is falling.