Even deep greens are worried renewable energy can’t save the planet – so why are our political parties making it our energy future (2:43-18:30)? Ross Douthat’s article in The New York Times says that the era of limited government is over as conservatives push to use big government to influence culture and society; the panel argues about whether that move is a good thing (18:30-39:12). Chris is in Western Australia for Liberty Week and fronted a Generation Liberty event talking about drug law reform – the panel debate what good drug policy looks like and why drug law shows medical care must be privatised (39:12-51:37). In the reading, watching and listening segment, the panel discuss Sharp Objects, True Detective Season 3, MC Escher and The Arctic Monkeys.
Panel: Scott Hargreaves, Dr Chris Berg, Daniel Wild and Andrew Bushnell
Independent Analysis of the Costs of the Paris Agreement Supports Previous IPA Research: https://ipa.org.au/publications-ipa/in-the-news/independent-analysis-of-the-costs-of-the-paris-climate-agreement-support-previous-ipa-research
The Era of Limited Government Is Over – Ross Douthat, The New York Times:https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/26/opinion/conservatives-republicans-trump.html
True Detective: Season 3:https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2356777/episodes
MC Escher exhibition at NGV: https://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/exhibition/escher-x-nendo-between-two-worlds/#about
Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino – The Arctic Monkeys: https://open.spotify.com/album/1jeMiSeSnNS0Oys375qegp