The future; an unknown frontier. A world with technology right at the limit of what’s possible. Where science fiction meets science reality... Or wait - aren’t we there already? At this very moment, there are teams of people working on advanced carbon capture machines. Geneticists designing enzymes that can eat plastic. Even people developing robot minds that could solve the current climate crisis for us... But should we? Knowing it could potentially go wrong? This episode features interviews with: Steve Oldham Steve is the CEO of Carbon Engineering a company working on the leading edge of Carbon Capture technology. He has studied robotics, computer science and aerospace engineering. I talked to Steve about how technology can help us fight climate change. Jerome Foster II Jerome is a climate activist from Washington DC and besides having been a House Congressional Intern and worked with Jane Fonda to promote climate strikes, he also happens to know a lot about AI and VR. He actually started his own VR tech company when he was in grade 9. In our talk, he explains the difference between the 2 different types of artificial intelligence. For more info and a chance to win a custom “The Big Melt” T-shirt, visit or the shownotes for this episode. We’d love to hear from you: Get in touch and share your thoughts at [email protected]

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