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  1. Mark and Carrie - Getting Carried Away

    Mark Blyth, political economist at Brown’s Watson Institute, and Carrie Nordlund, political scientist and associate director of Brown’s Master of Public Affairs program, share their take on the week’s news.

    This week’s topics: Boris Johnson’s prospects as PM, Trump’s newest racist tweets, Facebook’s $5b privacy fine, the underpaid Women’s US soccer team, and what to expect in the next ~120 Democratic debates. Mark and Carrie also invent ‘Uber for Dogs’?

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/watsoninstitute/mark-carrie-carried-away
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  2. Episode 173 Teaser - Officer Adam “Bright” Pachinko Machine

    Orc Cop Adam Pachinko Machine walks the beat and takes down perps for Mother

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  3. Transportation advocates list priorities

    Three leading transportation advocates – Jim Aloisi of TransitMatters, Chris Dempsey of Transportation for Massachusetts, and Stacy Thompson of the Livable Streets Alliance – ring in the new year on The Codcast with a discussion about priorities.

    One of the biggest is putting a price on transportation carbon and using the proceeds to invest in expanded transit options, cleaner vehicles, and climate resiliency. Massachusetts and eight other states plus the District of Columbia plan to spend the next year developing the initiative. Dempsey calls it a “really big deal,” largely because it will provide badly needed revenues that can be used by the participating states to bolster their transit systems and reduce emissions.

    According to Gov. Charlie Baker’s Commission on the Future of Transportation, which recommended pursuing a regional price on transportation carbon, the initiative could raise somewhere between $150 million (at $4.50 per ton of carbon) and $500 million (at $15 a ton) a year for Massachusetts. For the average driver, that works out to between $24 and $84 a year.

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/massinc/the-codcast-ep-132
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  4. Benjamin Bratton, Vera Tollmann & Boaz Levin, Anna Echterhölter: Processing Sovereignty

    1948 Unbound: Tokens — Presentations Dec 2, 2017

    Presentations Original version

    More information: www.hkw.de/en/1948

    Film: David San Millán

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  5. The future is what it used to be | Ray Wills | TEDxPerth

    How does understanding historical trends help us predict what is coming next? Futurist Ray Wills has evidence that we’re massively underestimating how quickly renewable energy technology will be adopted. With climate change doom all around, this talk is an optimistic prediction that the future is renewable and that the future is much nearer than you think. Ray researches adoption rates of technology, disruptive technology including automation, robotics, and additive manufacturing and the impact of social media on markets. He is changing the narrative around climate change and technology, and is recognised by SustMeme and Onalytica as one of the top 100 Global Influencers in Social Media on Climate Change and Energy.

    As Adjunct Professor at The University of Western Australia, Ray provides advice to UWA on sustainability and comments on behalf of UWA on climate change and sustainability. He is also Managing Director of the advisory firm Future Smart Strategies, Board Member of Western Australia’s remote energy services provider Horizon Power, Partner and Director of the cleantech business Sun Brilliance Power, Blue Leader of the Singapore-based Blue by Design and Director of the bioenergy startup BioTek Fuels Pty Ltd. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference fo…

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  6. Electrek Podcast: Tesla delivery results, Model 3 production update, EVs in extreme cold, and more

    This week on the Electrek Podcast, we are discussing the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including Tesla’s fourth-quarter delivery results, Model 3 production ramp update, electric vehicle range in extreme cold, and more.

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    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOOWX8FkM1U
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  7. Radio War Nerd EP #107* [REPOST]—The War Nerd Iliad | Gary Brecher on Patreon

    Official Post from Gary Brecher: *Originally posted October 31, 2017To celebrate the book release of The War Nerd Iliad, we’re reposting a free unlocked version of our special episode on Dr. Dolan’s modern translation of Homer’s Ur-war nerd classic. The War Nerd discusses why he chose that book, how he approached the translation, a

    https://www.patreon.com/posts/radio-war-nerd-15369978

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