#118 After Harvey: Climate Change Insurance. Gernot Wagner

The economist Gernot Wagner, executive director of Harvard University's Solar Geoengineeering Research Program, makes the case for market-based climate insurance: A fix that even skeptical conservatives could love.

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#111 The Urgent Case for Going Outdoors

In this episode we look at ways to add adventure to your life . We revisit previous guests: Kio Stark and Nicole Gelinas.

Kio is the author of "When Strangers Meet: How People You Don't Know Can Transform You.” and Nicole Gelinas is a Senior Fellow at The Manhattan Institute. She tells us about ways to improve urban safety for bikers, pedestrians and motorists.

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#110 Is Summer Fun Under Assault? Lenore Skenazy

"If You're a Kid, the Experts Want You to Have a Fun-Free Summer" is the title of a recent article by Lenore Skenazy. Skenazy is the founder of the Free Range Kids Movement.

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#109 Secrets of Your Stuff: Mover, Finn Murphy

Finn Murphy is the author of "The Long Haul: A Trucker's Tales of Life on the Road." His book is a penetrating look into the lives of big-rig drivers and the people they move.

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#107 How Trust Can Save Journalism: Aron Pilhofer

Our guest is Professor Aron Pilhofer of Temple University, he is one of the world's most respected experts in digital innovation for journalists. Before joining Temple, Aron was the Executive Editor of Digital journalism at the Guardian in London. And he was a former senior executive at the New York Times.

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