Why you should listen
The energy transition is not just a buzzword; it's a seismic shift that will fundamentally change how we live, work, and interact with our planet. But what does it really mean, and how can we make it successful? If you're looking for answers, you can't afford to miss the latest 360 on Energy and Carbon podcast episode featuring Canadian energy and climate journalist Markham Hislop.
A deep dive into the energy transition
Hislop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table, discussing everything from the last great energy transition — from muscle power to steam power — to the current shift from fossil fuels to clean energy technologies. He delves into the "S-curve" of technological adoption, explaining how clean energy technologies like solar panels and electric vehicles are reaching an inflection point.
The role of journalism
In an era where journalism is often sidelined, Hislop emphasizes the critical role that energy journalists play in shaping public opinion and policy. He argues that in-depth reporting is essential for holding industries accountable and driving change.
The episode also touches on international developments, from China's rapid adoption of electric vehicles to Europe's progress in clean energy. It's a global conversation that you won't want to miss.
Strategies for success
Hislop and the hosts discuss key strategies for making the energy transition successful, from industrial policies to public engagement. They explore how governments and industries can work together to accelerate the shift to cleaner, more sustainable energy sources.
Tune in and transform your perspective
Don't miss out on this enlightening discussion. Whether you're an energy enthusiast, a concerned citizen, or just curious, this episode promises to enrich your understanding and inspire action. Watch, learn, and be part of the energy revolution!
- Markham Hislop, publisher and journalist at Energi Media, is a Canadian energy and climate journalist who conducts video interviews with global energy experts. He also hosts the Energi Talks podcast, writes the "Markham On Energy" energy politics analysis columns, and writes about the energy future. He is frequently interviewed on Canadian radio about energy transition issues and is CBC Radio Canada's "Green Switch" columnist.
- David Arkell, president and CEO of 360 Energy
- Lysandra Naom, executive producer of The 360 On Energy and Carbon Podcast