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The Two Degrees Show
How to Stop the Planet Burning
Weekly Program
George Monbiot
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George Monbiot giving a speech in Oxford in October 2006 on the launch of his book, "Heat: How to Stop the Planet Burning".
Recorded by Peter Armstrong of
Talk organised by Climate Outreach and Information Network:
Programme produced by Phil England and Climate Radio:
Please drop me an email if you rebroadcast this programme: phil [at]
The Two Degrees Show brings you an extended seasonal special. Award winning journalist George Monbiot is the author of a number of best-selling books and in 1995 he was presented with a UN Global 500 Award for outstanding environmental achievement by Nelson Mandela. With his latest book, "Heat: How to Stop the Planet Burning" (Penguin/Allen Lane) George turns his attention to the world's most serious and urgent challenge. George has devised a plan of action which would enable the UK to meet the highly ambitious target of 90% CO2 reductions by 2030 which he calculates we need. This speech was recorded in Oxford on October 19th 2006 in front of a rapturous audience at a packed-to-the-rafters Sheldonian Theatre. See "Here's The Plan" (George Monbiot) for more information at:

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