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Revolve is a new podcast exploring big questions from all angles. Each season, we use one big question to dive into a topic with experts, showing how perspective helps build thoughtful solutions. Our goal is to explore today’s big questions with people connected to these questions - and their related challenges - in different ways, all to help listeners appreciate how building the strongest solutions to our biggest questions requires input from all angles.
Brought to you by Tripp Williams of Revolve

Latest Episodes…

  1. Your first episode

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  2. Climate finance and innovation with Jo Puri

    Adapting to a changing climate will require significant, sustained investment around the world. Climate finance leader and author Jo Puri joins Revolve to discuss the Green Climate Fund’s role in combating climate change, how responding to the changing climate will require international coordination, and how fiction can stoke enthusiasm for ...


  3. Climate policy solutions with The Nature Conservancy’s John Verdieck

    Policy and agreements are powerful instruments for leaders working to modify carbon emitting activities and mitigate the impact of climate change. John Verdieck from The Nature Conservancy talks with us about the complexity of crafting international climate policy, how science can be used to balance human welfare with the planet’s ...


  4. Equity and justice with Climate Justice Initiative’s Karla Brollier

    Climate justice is gaining attention as more people realize that the impact of climate change will disproportionately affect indigenous and under resourced communities. We welcome Karla Brollier from the Climate Justice Initiative to learn how climate change is impacting indigenous communities, why politics are an unhelpful distraction from major challenges ...


  5. Climate conscious business with Kamine Development Corporation’s Matt Kamine

    There’s a common assumption that social and climate conscious business is not very lucrative. Organizations like infrastructure and manufacturing leader Kamine Development Corporation (KDC) are proving this wrong by showing how climate friendly business can coexist with profit. Matt Kamine from KDC talks with us about why new technologies don’t ...