In this episode, we talk about inflation, the rising cost of living, and environmental justice. We hear from energy, climate, and financial experts about how the U.S. and Germany are trying to lift the burden on consumers while financing a sustainable future.
Host Sylvia Cunningham speaks with Philippa Sigl-Glöckner, an economist and the managing director of a policy institute in Berlin called Dezernat Zukunft (06:08); Sven Egenter, the editor-in-chief of Clean Energy Wire (CLEW); Julie McNamara, the deputy policy director with the climate and energy program at the Union of Concerned Scientists (18:37); and Katharine Morris, a scholar-activist based in Connecticut and the founder of UConn Collaborative Organizing (UCCO) (30:45).
Plus, for this month’s artist spotlight, DJ Hildegard from sunshine live’s "Hildegard meets music" takes us back to how she started DJing and shares her transatlantic connection (00:35).
Also check out our other SUNSHINE LIVE podcasts: Behind the scenes interviews from festivals and clubs with techno DJ Felix Kröcher, honest looks at drug use in the nightlife, including safer use tips, travel recommendations from DJs and many more. Find them at sunshine-live.de/podcasts, in the SUNSHINE LIVE app or right here on this podcast platform.