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The Munk Debates Podcast
The Munk Debates Podcast
Antica Productions and iHeartRadio
Be it resolved: The end is in sight for fossil fuels. The future of energy is renewables.
The lowest oil prices in history thanks to stalled economies in lockdown. A President Elect and a Green New Deal that promises a carbon neutral America in a decade. Governments pledging to make the internal combustion engines illegal within a decade. It seems like the way we have powered our civilization for two plus centuries, using hydrocarbons, is on the way out as we welcome an energy revolution to combat climate change and environmental degradation. Fossil fuel proponents say that this is wildly wishful thinking that doesn’t take into account renewable energy’s infinitesimal contribution to current global demand. Moreover, most green energy is incredibly difficult to store and transit in the ways modern economies need, raising questions about whether hype has replaced common sense about replacing hydrocarbons as our dominant energy source.  Arguing for the motion is Ramez Naam, energy innovation advocate, and Co-chair for Energy and Environment at the Singularity University. He’s also the author of the award winning sci-fi Nexus Trilogy. Arguing against the motion is Mark Mills, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and co-founding partner of Cottonwood Venture Partners, an energy-tech venture fund. He served in the White House Science Office under President Reagan. Sources: Global, BBC, NBC, MSNBC, AP Archive, CBC, CNBC International, Global Warming Policy Forum The host of the Munk Debates is Rudyard Griffiths - @rudyardg.   For detailed show notes on the episode, head to https://munkdebates.com/podcast. Tweet your comments about this episode to @munkdebate or comment on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/munkdebates/ To sign up for a weekly email reminder for this podcast, send an email to podcast@munkdebates.com.   To support civil and substantive debate on the big questions of the day, consider becoming a Munk Member at https://munkdebates.com/membership Members receive access to our 10+ year library of great debates in HD video, a free Munk Debates book, newsletter and ticketing privileges at our live events. This podcast is a project of the Munk Debates, a Canadian charitable organization dedicated to fostering civil and substantive public dialogue - https://munkdebates.com/ The Munk Debates podcast is produced by Antica, Canada’s largest private audio production company - https://www.anticaproductions.com/   Executive Producer: Stuart Coxe, CEO Antica Productions Senior Producer: Christina Campbell Editor: Kieran Lynch Producer: Marilyn Mazurek Associate Producer: Abhi Raheja
47 min
The Australian Daily News
The Australian Daily News
The Australian
The Australian Daily News - December 3 (12:00 am)
Economy surging in great Covid comeback NSW and Queensland led the national comeback from the deepest downturn in 100 years, while Victoria’s economy contracted 1 per cent. AFP set for dark web attacks on crime National security agencies will be given unprecedented authority to launch cyber attacks targeting pedophiles, terrorists, drug-traffickers and organised crime. A ‘frock and awe’ spending splurge When the going gets tough, the tough go dining … and shopping, for everything from dresses and shoes to dishwashers, devices and home office paraphernalia. Labor abandons unity on China Labor has split with the Coalition over China in a rare divide on foreign affairs, accusing Scott Morrison of presiding over a ‘complete breakdown’ of relations with Beijing. Will China ban our iron ore next? It’s the question hanging over the market, but analysts reckon they know the answer already. Palmer facing court on ad blitz donations Clive Palmer’s advertising blitz before the Queensland election will face scrutiny in a Supreme Court action to determine if the billionaire is a prohibited political donor. Indigenous gap widens in key areas The adult imprisonment rate among Indigenous Australians has increased 72 per cent between 2000 and 2019, according to a new report. ‘All I got was a lot of grief’ On the spinifex rangelands of the Pilbara, Sharon Westerman is a Njamal woman quietly taking in her mother’s country. China aggression scares region into silence If Australia’s closest Asian partners and allies are concerned about China’s escalating aggression against a smaller nation, they are keeping those worries largely to themselves. Andrews’ key man won’t condemn tweet The Labor minister who played a major role in the Belt and Road deal with China refuses to condemn the offensive picture.
2 min
Charting Pediatrics
Charting Pediatrics
Children's Hospital Colorado
Rebroadcast: COVID-19 Taking Care of Adult Patients During the Pandemic with Aaron Manning, MD and Steven Humphrey, MD (S3:E49)
Join us for our bi-weekly COVID-19 Virtual Provider Town Hall series featuring updates from Children's Infectious Diseases team and live Q&A: https://bit.ly/3qiKGzV - our next Town Hall is on Thursday, December 3, 2020 from 6-7:30p.m. MST. With COVID-19 cases surging across the United States and Europe we hope this episode is a timely refresher for any of our pediatric colleagues who are being called into service to care for adult patients. In this rebroadcast of S3:E49, we have a case discussion around functional and high-yield adult medicine topics that might be useful for pediatricians helping to care for adult patients in the middle of the pandemic. You can go back and listen to our previous coverage on the COVID-19 Pandemic on Season 3 & 4 of the podcast. Today we are fortunate to be joined by Dr. Aaron Manning and Dr. Steven Humphrey. Steven is a pediatric hospitalist at Children’s Hospital Colorado and Instructor of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Aaron is also a pediatric hospitalist at Children’s Colorado and is Assistant Professor of Hospital Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. * POPCoRN (Pediatric Overflow Planning Contingency Response Network): https://www.popcornetwork.org/. This site is a multi-institutional collaboration that was created during the COVID-19 pandemic as a vehicle for optimizing adult care in pediatric environments. It contains many “one-pagers” which review the management of a variety of common adult conditions, links to adult protocols shared by various institutions, and recommendations regarding care of patients with COVID-19 among others. * Adult medicine guidebooks: Several organizations have made available their adult medicine guidebooks free of charge. * UCSF Department of Medicine Hospitalist Handbook (currently free in the Apple and Google App Stores) * MGH Resource Guide for Commonly-Encountered Inpatient Topics (available via the POPCoRN website) * Society for Hospitalist Medicine: Non-Hospitalist Onboarding. This resource offers a step by step guide to preparing non-hospitalists for the inpatient management of adult care (available via the POPCoRN website) * University of Pennsylvania Hospitalists Primer. A resource meant to prepare non-hospitalists for the care of hospitalized adults (http://pennhspprimer.com/) Do you have thoughts about today's episode or suggestions for a future topic? Write to us, chartingpediatrics@childrenscolorado.org
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