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Sam Gill is the CEO of ETindex (Environment Tracker) which helps investors avoid carbon risks in their portfolios, based out of the U.K. Sam talks to us about the overall market trends of carbon and carbon reporting, reductions strategies as well as his thoughts about the impact for people and markets from the upcoming COP21 meetings in Paris.
In the second section Emmay Mah and Daryn Caister talk more about COP and Paris, some challenges, some concerns (no marches!) but also some reasons to remain hopeful… not least of which being that if we can't have optimism, we've already lost.
So cheer up! :)
In the final section, we wrap up with some more specifics about Canada's contributions to the meetings, and in the last 5 minutes Daryn goes on a bit of a rant about geopolitics and the relations to our current issues regarding terrorism and climate.
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