Environmental Insights Podcast

Welcome to the Harvard Environmental Economics Program's Policy Cast. "Environmental Insights" is a new podcast at the intersection of economics and environmental policy. HEEP Director, Robert Stavins, will serve as host as he interviews people working at the interface between economics and the environment. People working in government, the private sector (and NGOs), and academia will serve as guests as they share their unique insight on the current state of affairs in environmental economics.

The podcast is intended to inform listeners about important issues relating to an economic perspective on developments in environmental policy, including – but not limited to – the design and implementation of market-based approaches to environmental protection.

The inaugural guest for the podcast is Gina McCarthy, professor of the practice of public health at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, director of the Center for Climate Health, and the Global Environment, and former administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The interview with Gina touches on her many years of experience in community health, state government, and, of course, her years at EPA, where she focused on domestic initiatives relating to public health and the environment and work in the international domain. She also talks about her relatively new role as director of the Center for Climate Health, and the Global Environment at the T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

You can listen to the interview here, and sign up to follow (for future episodes of the podcast). Environmental Insights is hosted on SoundCloud, and is also available on iTunes.

Click here to access a copy of the interview transcript.

Environmental Insights Podcast