PODCAST: Nobel laureate John Goodenough, Lithium-Ion Battery Inventor & Anthropocene Senior Editor Mark Harris, climate change and politics 7/7/23
Lithium-Ion Battery Inventor and Nobel Prize Recipient John Goodenough died recently at 100 years old. We replay an interview we did with him in 2017 about a new kind of battery more environmentally sustainable his team were developing.
Mark Harris, Anthropocene Senior Editor and investigative science and technology reporter will discuss his observations on which governmental policies have been helpful and which ineffective in reducing greenhouse gas use worldwide.
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