Fantastisk podcast om climate change - den er virkelig godt fortalt.
Adam N.T via Apple Podcasts · Denmark · 06/09/18
crash_cy via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/10/16
An important topic, wish they had continued the podcast. Audio was a way too quiet. Content was great! It's a short series, I would recommend a listen.
BR8-er via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/13/16
While I didn't get into this when it started, I found time to listen when it had finished. The initial episodes were slow to start but towards the end as they started to interview people who could influence many people - it entranced me. I hope there is a continuation with the new editor.
ElderKorean via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/24/15
A fascinating insight into the issues around modern media, politics and campaigning.
Gripemup love via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/19/15
This podcast really explains the struggles & little triumphs that the Guardian goes through in its climate change campaign. Especially interesting is the discussion with the Shell CEO.
K MW via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 06/16/15
Great to listen to this process. Sometimes I feel like they could have gone a little more in depth.
Cucumberry via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/31/15
Great insights into the complex narrative of climate change, and the tension between news making and campaigning on this issue.
kt_3 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/29/15
Really interesting podcast on the challenge of getting traction on a massive issue we all don't want to think about. Well done
customer review 5268 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/28/15
I really am not sure about giving the climate change denying lobbyist such air time in the last episode was a good idea. Full disclosure, I got about 15 minutes in and couldn't take it anymore. That aside I feel the podcast is really losing momentum. What can I do? The active narrative is...Read full review »
cogsworth89 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/14/15
A fascinating behind-the-scenes look at a very ambitious project: to make two massive organizations get rid of their shares in fossil fuels. The first rule of newspapers is, don’t campaign on something unless you’re going to win. And the Guardian is almost certainly not going to win this battle...Read full review »
thevoiceoftreason via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/11/15
This is the challenge of our time. It is also instructive for any organization that wants to affect change , and which one doesn’t?, to see some of the problems and the strategy and how it translates to tactics.
Roygbivjr via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/10/15
The first few episodes were rather glib and self-indulgent. The last couple have begun to address substantive issues but the approach is still quite shallow. I’m hoping for something more meaty in episodes to come.
The nth reviewer via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/06/15
I sometimes dislike the Guardian but this is great. fantastic!
Palpster via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/08/15
Finally, a paper willing to change the narrative and give the single largest problem in the world the attention it deserves. And with it is a message that gives us a chance to have a voice in the future. Nothing does more to drive change than voting with your wallet...
London joel via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/06/15
Sjefsredaktøren i The Guardian gjør det hele verden har ventet på at noen i media skal gjøre.
egilaslak via Apple Podcasts · Norway · 03/25/15
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