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Beyond Covid: Caroline Lucas MP

The Real Agenda Network

Release Date: 04/16/2020

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Caroline Lucas MP talks about how to use the lessons we’re learning from the current crisis to tackle climate change & build a more equal country. Hosted by member of the Nobel Peace Prize winning campaign team for the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons, Matt Hawkins and former ITV News editor, Jennifer Nadel, this episode is the first in a new series exploring ideas that would enable the UK to build back better after the Covid-19 crisis. Caroline discusses fresh evidence which shows the public may be more receptive to crisis measures to tackle climate change than politicians realise & how to use the community power we’ve seen in response to Covid-19 to unleash a new more democratic politics in the future. She also reveals her guilty comfort for dealing with lockdown. The Beyond Covid podcast series is created by Compassion in Politics, Matt and Jen’s think tank which works to bring more compassion into public life, and is produced by Kitty Horlick for The Real Agenda Network, podcasts for political change. www.compassioninpolitics.com www.realagenda.org