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On The Green Fence
On the Green Fence lives up to its name in looking at complex, often divisive environmental issues from multiple angles. It’s not about greenism, but about delving into the major concerns of our time in an engaging and human way. DW reporter Neil King sits on the fence and explores the role business, society and science play in our transition to a more environmentally friendly world. In so doing, he aims to make sense of issues that affect us all, but which are often over-simplified or convoluted by ideology and lobbyism. On the Green Fence stands for an open-minded, relevant and...
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4.7 stars from 74 ratings
Totally worth it!!
DW produces great quality content, and this is no exception. In here you will learn a lot about how to take care on the environment and ideas to do it on a big scale. I recommend you to subscribe and hear every episode
Clementecle via Apple Podcasts · Mexico · 10/12/21
Listening to your podcast episode on degrowth, I’m disappointed how severly unprepared and antagonistic Gabriel Borrud is towards the idea. Such uninformed set of opinions based on nothing but his own personal feelings and literally zero research and consideration towards developing countries,...Read full review »
sabinasamek via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/06/21
Outstanding environment podcast
Because of highly interesting and relevant topics presented in detail in several episodes, this is my top favourite environment podcast (out of about 10). Brilliant journalism – keep up the good work!
Tommy_W via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/05/21
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