With a new interim government now installed in Iceland, the issue of EU membership has again come to the fore as the country struggles to turn around an economic meltdown.
In this podcast mini-series, hosts Neil and Gabriel bring an open-minded approach to divisive topics from climate protests to dumpster-diving. A new episode is published weekly.
Germany generates 9 million tons of unnecessary food waste per year, Neil and Gabe visit a supermarket to gauge their role in the overall tally. They also team up with two dumpster diving sisters. But the actual root of the food waste problem runs a lot deeper, as they discover when they talk with a leading food economist.
How would you feel if the water you've been drinking from your tap for years was tainted with a dangerous toxin? Neil and Gabe visit the Bavarian town of Altötting to hear from locals whose blood is filled with PFOA, a persistent chemical that is linked to cancer. How can we minimize the damage we do to our environment given our reliance on industrial chemical production?
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