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Program Information
The Two Degrees Show
Weekly Program
Professor John Schellnhuber, James Mariott, Ed Gillespie
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The first of two programmes featuring interviews with speakers featured at the RSA "No Way Back?" conference on arts and ecology. For further info see: Arts & Ecology (RSA/Arts Council of England)

Produced by Phil England for Climate Radio
Please drop me an email if you rebroadcast this programme: phil [at]
In part one we speak to:

Professor John Schellnhuber - chief advisor to the German government on climate change
- What does he regard as a responsible level of global mean temperature rise?
- What level of greenhouse concentration in the atmosphere does he suggest we aim to stabilise at?
- If 550ppmv is dangerous and likely to lead to amplifying feedbacks, why is the UK government keeping this outdated target?
- What will be the chief messages he will be giving to the German government over the coming critical year?

Ed Gillespie, Creative Director, Futerra Sustainability Communications
- What is the current public understanding of climate change in the UK?
- How do we communicate for behaviour change?
- Around the World in 80 Ways - Ed's globe trotting project which explores the joys of travelling without flying

and James Mariott - co-founder, Platform
- London as an oil city
- Dismantling the network of institutions that comprise the Carbon Web
- "And While London Burns" - Platform's new operatic soundwalk around the fossil fuel institutions of the City of London

Avoiding Dangerous Climate Change ("The Exeter Conference")
Unravelling The Carbon Web (Platform)
"The New Rules of the New Game" (Futerra Sustainability Communications)

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