A different kind of climate crusader
Jun 13, 2019

A different kind of climate crusader

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Exxon Mobil’s annual shareholder’s meeting had a special guest recently: a senior figure from the Church of England. But why's the church so interested in oil and gas? Plus: Tyson foods gets in the fake chicken business and a look at Marketplace's newest podcast "This Is Uncomfortable."

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Tyson Foods is getting into the not-meat business

Jun 14, 2019
The meat processor is launching a new range of meatless burgers and nuggets.
Tyson Foods is launching a meat and vegetable blend burger.
Tyson Foods

LA's Secret Movie Club is about building a community

Jun 13, 2019
At the Vista Theatre in Los Feliz, cinephiles gather for an engaging midnight film experience.
Craig Hammill, founder of the Secret Movie Club, in front of the Vista Theatre in Los Angeles.
Daniel Shin/Marketplace

How tariff uncertainty trickles down to companies and consumers

Jun 13, 2019
The economy feels it when we don't know what's going to happen with tariffs and trade negotiations.
Tariffs are showing up in higher prices and some consumers are having to be strategic about their purchases. Above, a woman shops at a Walmart store in Rosemead, California in May.
Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images

The push for rent control grows beyond big cities

Jun 13, 2019
More than half of renters around the country pay more for housing than what's considered affordable.
Lawmakers in New York state are expected to approve a package of rent reforms before existing regulations expire on Saturday.
Drew Angerer/Getty Images

Church of England crusades against climate change

Jun 13, 2019
The church is flexing its financial muscle in a bid to curb carbon emissions.
Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Music from the episode

Maria También Khruangbin
Friend City Rozi Plain
Bad Liar Imagine Dragons
Krewe Lettuce

The team

Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Daisy Palacios Senior Producer
Sean McHenry Associate Producer