Tag: climate change

Episode 101: Caroline Pakel discussing the environmental risks, climate change and activism

The International Risk Podcast is a weekly podcast for senior executives, board members and risk advisors. In these podcasts, we speak with risk management specialists from around the world. Our host is Dominic Bowen, originally from Australia, is one of Europe’s leading international risk specialists. Having spent the last 20 years successfully establishing large and […]

Caroline Pakel

Caroline is a social psychologist with extensive experience in holding safe spaces for people from different walks of life, and for them to open, connect and co-create together, seamlessly and purposefully. Authentic and meaningful communication is Caroline‚Äôs main passion. And her purpose is to bring dialogue to the community, wherever it may need it. Generative […]

Episode 82: Liam Bell on Climate TRACE and technological optimism

Find out more about Liam Bell SUMMARY KEYWORDS Liam Bell, emissions, climate, coal mines, people, reporting, energy, satellite, climate change, risk, methane emissions, global, data, world, ukraine, burning, impact SPEAKERS Dominic Bowen, Liam Bell Dominic Bowen  01:35 Good morning. My name is Dominic Bowen, and I’m the host of The International Risk Podcast. Today we’re […]

Liam Bell

Liam Bell works as an advisor for climate change tech startups and is the Chief Technology Officer at Hypervine, a company that helps construction companies build better, faster and greener. Liam is also the founding member of Climate TRACE. Climate TRACE is a coalition of organisations harnessing innovative technologies to track greenhouse gas emissions and […]

The international risk of climate change

What are the facts about the international risks of climate change? The facts of climate change and the international risk this bring are undisputable. The concentration of carbon diaxide in earth’s atmosphere is the highest it has even been.  And average global temperatures in 2020 where one degree higher than the average in the 20th […]