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EPISODE TWENTY

Thomas G. Weiss on Rethinking Global Governance and the UN’s Founding

July 23, 2022

43 MINS

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Thomas G. Weiss is a distinguished scholar at the CUNY Graduate Center who as past president of the International Studies Association, chair of the Academic Council on the United Nations System, editor of the journal Global Governance, and Research Director of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty has written extensively about global governance, international peace and security, humanitarian action, and sustainable development. In this broad-ranging interview he makes a compelling case for the need to urgently reinforce the crumbling foundations of our global order to mitigate the risks of destabilizing shocks to our economic, social and political systems. 

Thomas Weiss
Thomas G. Weiss

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EPISODE TWENTY-SIX

November 13, 2022

51 MINS

Frank Van Gansbeke on Financial Innovations for Climate Change Mitigation

There is an urgent need to think imaginatively about changing incentives and channeling financial resources to fund the transition to a renewable energy economy. We are falling short although we have the instruments to do it. Much is at stake if we fail.

Next Episode

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EPISODE TWENTY-SIX

November 13, 2022

51 MINS

Frank Van Gansbeke on Financial Innovations for Climate Change Mitigation

There is an urgent need to think imaginatively about changing incentives and channeling financial resources to fund the transition to a renewable energy economy. We are falling short although we have the instruments to do it. Much is at stake if we fail.

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