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The Climate Conversations

The Climate Conversations - S3E12: The technology is here to make green hydrogen cheaper | EP 12

The Climate Conversations - S3E12: The technology is here to make green hydrogen cheaper | EP 12
29 Sep 2022 06:51AM
20 mins

Fascinated with energy since she was a child, Tulika Raj worked on offshore rigs in Kazakhstan and Norway before switching to renewable energy. Now CEO of SunGreen H2, she tells Julie about what it takes for hydrogen to become green, cheap and produced at scale. 

The Climate Conversations - S3E21: How to enjoy Christmas without being excessive

Taking materialism out of gift-giving might require some creativity. From taking the stigma out of re-gifting to creating new family traditions, Stephanie Dickson, founder of Green is The New Black, gives tips on how to be more sustainable this season without dampening your festive spirit.

30/11/2022 16 mins

The Climate Conversations - S3E20: Can you grow enough food in your HDB flat to feed yourself?

Growing your own food is the last line of defence as food security is threatened by climate change. Bjorn Low, founder of Edible Garden City gives tips on how to plant your own balcony garden and shares why Singapore should think beyond technology solutions to beef up its food security. 

24/11/2022 20 mins

The Climate Conversations - S3E19: Should the rich pay for the climate devastation in poorer countries? | EP 19

Loss and damage is on the climate summit’s agenda for the first time at COP 27. Developing countries are struggling to rebuild as historic floods and creeping sea levels batter their lands. Now, they want someone else to pay. What is loss and damage and how might this affect people living on the climate frontline? CNA’s climate change correspondent Jack Board gives his take from Egypt. 

16/11/2022 20 mins

The Climate Conversations - S3E18: Will Egypt, holding the 'crown' of COP27, deliver? | EP 18

Even before the critical climate conference began in Egypt this week, the government clamped down on activism and Greta Thunberg is absent. But the serious business of addressing climate change continues, says COP veteran Melissa Low, Research Fellow at NUS Centre for Nature-based Climate Solutions.  

10/11/2022 24 mins

The Climate Conversations - S3E17: What exactly is a green job? | EP 17

With climate change and sustainability being front and center, there's been an explosion of jobs related to this sector. Our guest host, SMU Law student Ming Jin, speaks to Woo Qiyun, a climate activist who works at Unravel Carbon. She explains how she got into the space and what it is like. 

02/11/2022 18 mins