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ECOSHOCK — More Stifle Than Drown

This show was broadcast on January 22, 2016.
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Warming threatens oxygen; economic crisis could bring change — Swedish anthropologist Alf Hornborg says economic crash could power change to save climate. UK scientist Sergei Petrovskii on new paper: warming die-off of oxygen making plankton. Robert Shirkey gets climate warning labels on gas pumps.

It sounds impossible. An expert with decades of experience says global warming between 4 to 6 degrees could lead to mass die-off of the plankton that produces up to 70% of the world’s oxygen. Forget rising seas Sergei Petrovskii says, we are more likely to stifle than drown.

I’ll also be talking with the Canadian campaigner who got climate warning stickers put on gas pumps, and his campaign to take it global.

But first, we’re going to visit with an “economic anthropologist” – and one of Sweden’s leading thinkers on the economy, money and climate change. Alf Hornborg is hoping the next economic crisis can help us change.

Speakers: Alf Hornborg, Sergei Petrovskii, Robert Shirkey. Credits: All interviews by Alex Smith of Radio Ecoshock. Occasional music by Alex Smith.

Show blog published Wednesday at http://www.ecoshock.info with all the links.
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