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 The 300-350 Show 
 Weekly Program
 Tim Helweg-Larsen (Public Interest Research Centre), Kevin Anderson (Tyndall Centre), Grazzy Noel
 Climate Radio  
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Is a planned economic recession our best hope of avoiding a climate crash? Phil England talks to Tim Helweg-Larsen, director of the Public Interest Research Centre and co-author of the “Zero Carbon Britain” & “Climate Safety” reports. Plus a live performance of the "Global Meltdown Derby" by Irish poet Grazzy Noel.
Produced by Phil England for Climate Radio. Recording of Kevin Anderson by Beth Stratford. If you broadcast this programme or series of programmes, please drop me a line to let me know at: Many thanks!
Might a planned or unplanned economic contraction be our best hope of achieving climate safety?

What does the UK need to do right now to start leading from the front and change the game at the UN talks in Copenhagen later this year?

Should we be focusing on demand management policies and move to a steady-state economy as soon as possible?

If so, is carbon rationing our best tool for swift action on climate change?

Does the UK’s offshore renewable energy resource represent a vast goldmine just waiting for us to tap?

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00:29:15 English 2009-05-21
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