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Social License, Rats as pets, Un-schooling, IPCC recommendations

In this episode Jim and his guests discuss the term"social license" and how it's being applied politically and by industry, we hear the case for overturning a ban on pet rats in Alberta, we get an economist's take on whether Canada can implement a drastic cut to carbon emissions, and we find out why some parents are turning to "un-schooling"...
In this episode Jim and his guests discuss the term"social license" and how it's being applied politically and by industry, we hear the case for overturning a ban on pet rats in Alberta, we get an economist's take on whether Canada can implement a drastic cut to carbon emissions, and we find out why some parents are turning to "un-schooling" as a way to educate their children.

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