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LISTEN: Strengthening our climate resilience

LISTEN: Strengthening our climate resilience

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Kicking off a brand new series of Engineering a Better World, from The House and The Institution of Engineering and Technology, we speak to Rt Hon Philip Dunne MP, Wera Hobhouse MP, Olivia Blake MP, and Dr Simon Harrison.

Taking place in the immediate aftermath of COP26, new host, Jonn Elledge, asks panellists for their take on how the landmark conference went, the biggest changes required to strengthen climate resilience and the role of public opinion in delivering results.

Presented by author and former Assistant Editor of the New Statesman, Jonn Elledge.
With Rt Hon Philip Dunne MP, Wera Hobhouse MP, Olivia Blake MP, and Dr Simon Harrison.
Produced by James Millar and Nick Hilton for Podot.

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The Engineering a Better World podcast series from The House magazine and the IET is back for series two! New host Jonn Elledge discusses with parliamentarians and industry experts how technology and engineering can provide policy solutions to our changing world.

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