Foreign Policy recommends: The Council on Foreign Relations’ Why It Matters.
In Foreign Policy Playlist’s first episode of 2021, we highlight Why It Matters, a podcast from the Council on Foreign Relations that focuses on breaking down important issues through conversations with leading thinkers.
One episode discusses the implications of solar geoengineering, a newly proposed solution to try to slow down climate change. Our host, Foreign Policy’s Jonathan Tepperman, talks to the show’s host, Gabrielle Sierra, about what her show discovered about risks of the alternative technique.
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