IPPR Environmental Justice Podcast

IPPR Environmental Justice Podcast

By IPPR

This podcast is part of a series documenting the findings from a number of events hosted in partnership between IPPR and Agulhas, for IPPR’s Environmental Justice Commission.


10/28/20

2: A Tale of Two Burghs: Lessons from city region transitions in the US and Sweden

This podcast is part of a series documenting the findings from a number of events hosted in partnership between IPPR and Agulhas, for IPPR’s Environmental Justice Commission (https://www.ippr.org/environment-and-justice). This episode looks at two diRead more

10/14/20

1: A just transition? Lusatia, lignite and lessons learned

This podcast is part of a series documenting the findings from a number of events hosted in partnership between IPPR and Agulhas, for IPPR’s Environmental Justice Commission. This episode looks at Lusatia's (Germany) transition from coal. Speaking arRead more

06/05/20

Webinar: The New Corporatism

IPPR's Chris Thomas talks to Beth Farhat from the TUC about the future of business after Covid-19, democracy in the workplace and the purpose of profit. This conversation follow's Beth's article in the IPPR politics journal Progressive Review. Find oRead more

05/20/20

Webinar: Conservatism After Covid-19 with Nick Timothy

IPPR Webinar recording. What is the future for conservatism after the pandemic? IPPR Executive Director Carys Roberts is joined by former adviser to Theresa May, Nick Timothy, and Professor of Politics, Time Bale, to discuss the future of conservatisRead more

03/09/20

6: Crunch time: Is the UK ready for the next recession?

The IPPR Economic Justice Podcast. In this final episode of the series we ask, is another recession on the horizon? Is the UK ready and what can be done to prevent one? And when a recession does come, what should progressives argue for? Host Carys RoRead more

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