Episode 6: Why we need visionaries and intermediaries: The case of the EU, Circular Economy and Ellen MacArthur.

Episode 6: Why we need visionaries and intermediaries: The case of the EU, Circular Economy and Ellen MacArthur.
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What does a British sailor have to do with the EU directives supporting the circular economy? How likely are we to move away from linear production, and what role will international organisations play in this shift? Find out with Florian Kern in our final podcast this series: Why we need visionaries and intermediaries: The case of…

Episode 5: A good day at the office? The role of IT and the central office in Deep Transitions

Episode 5: A good day at the office? The role of IT and the central office in Deep Transitions
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It’s often tempting to see technology and humanity as two separate domains. In this week’s podcast, A good day at the office? The role of IT and the central office in Deep Transitions, Ed Steinmueller tells the unexpectedly compelling story of the intertwined development of workers and the technological aids they developed for record keeping…

Episode 4: Diving in Deep to the Data: Text Mining and Deep Transitions

Episode 4: Diving in Deep to the Data: Text Mining and Deep Transitions
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What can over 3.5 million pages of the New York Times, and 2000 issues of Scientific American, tell us about the social changes witnessed from 1850 to the present day? In this week’s episode, Diving in Deep to the Data: Text Mining and Deep Transitions, Frederique Bone and Daniele Rotolo tell us how they converted…

Episode 3: Imprints of War in Deep Transitions

Episode 3: Imprints of War in Deep Transitions
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“We always forget about pipelines”. Let Phil Johnstone and Caitriona McLeish change that in this week’s podcast, with their memorable account of how the World Wars’ incredible feats of mass mobilisation led us to the unsustainable age of abundant energy and militarised nations we know today. Do we need to declare war on climate change?…

Episode 2: Investing in the Era of Deep Transitions: Professor Johan Schot in Conversation with James Anderson

Episode 2: Investing in the Era of Deep Transitions: Professor Johan Schot in Conversation with James Anderson
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What can the worlds of finance and academia learn from each other? Will technological innovations like electric vehicles be enough to avert climate catastrophe, or will we need to reinvent social norms like the very concept of personal vehicle ownership entirely? Should those concentrating on electrification, like TESLA, diversify into ‘mobility-as-a-service’ rather than just the…

Episode 1: Everything you Need to know about Deep Transitions (in a Nutshell..)

Episode 1: Everything you Need to know about Deep Transitions (in a Nutshell..)
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What links Victorians riding penny farthings on the streets of London to Indian commuters on public transport in 21st century megacities, like Kolkata? Why does your new computer need to be faster? Your new television bigger and sharper? Laur Kanger and Research Fellow Bipashyee Ghosh answer these questions and more on their whistle-stop tour of…