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What’s the future of fuels? Learn from innovators on the Outrage + Optimism podcast

How to fuel transport to decarbonize it quickly enough? Outrage + Optimism podcast miniseries, sponsored by Neste, discusses with leading transport innovators to find out.

The chart-topping climate change podcast Outrage + Optimism is known for not shying away from complex, controversial topics. Now, they’ve done it again, with the second episode of their “Future of Transport” podcast miniseries, sponsored by Neste.

What’s the 2nd episode about?

The second episode is all about the future of fuels. The starting point is this:
Fossil fuels have played a key role in humanity's progress, but now it’s time to wish them farewell. What comes after – and will it happen quickly enough to reach the goals of the Paris climate agreement?
The show’s hosts (sustainability celebrities Christiana Figueres, Tom Rivett-Carnac and Paul Dickinson) are joined by industry leaders to discuss various options for decarbonizing transport. Ranging from fuel subsidies to social inequality and the future of Formula1, prepare yourself for a thought-provoking discussion on a topic that shapes our future.

Change runs on renewables

The miniseries is sponsored by Neste, a company that is in the business of combating climate change and driving circular economy by offering sustainable solutions for clients in road transport, aviation and the polymers and chemicals industry.
Neste believes that there is no one silver bullet for decarbonizing transport, but we need to support all available solutions to reach our climate goals. Neste’s solution for decarbonizing road transport right now is Neste MY Renewable Diesel, which cuts greenhouse gas emissions by up to 90% over the fuel’s lifecycle compared to fossil diesel.
As a company that has been transforming itself into a global leader of renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel refined from waste and residues, Neste urges everyone to join the fight against climate change.


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