Podcast

Brookfield Perspectives

Brookfield Perspectives is a podcast from one of the world’s largest alternative asset managers. Here, we explore how Brookfield invests in the backbone of the global economy—the things you rely on every day that you may not even think about—like wind turbines, water treatment facilities, telecom towers and office buildings.

 

Special Episodes

Listen by Season

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Season One: Decarbonization
This first season explores our decades-long commitment to renewable energy, and how we’re investing through the world’s largest private fund dedicated to facilitating a net-zero economy.
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Season Two: Deglobalization
In our second season, we dive into deglobalization, exploring how geopolitical shifts are presenting opportunities across onshoring/reshoring, trade logistics and energy resilience.
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Season Three: Digitalization
In the third season, we examine digitalization: the use of digital technologies to improve on analog systems and create additional value, and the impact that the exponential growth in data-driven technologies such as AI will have on the investment landscape and the global financial ecosystem.

Recent Episodes

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Brookfield Perspectives - Season 2, Episode 4
Deep Dive: The New Trade Routes
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Brookfield Perspectives - Season 2, Episode 3
Deep Dive: Building Energy Resilience
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Brookfield Perspectives - Season 2, Episode 2
Deep Dive: Onshoring Critical Industries
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Brookfield Perspectives - Season 2, Episode 1
Setting the Scene: Deglobalization
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Brookfield Perspectives - Season 1, Episode 4
Deep Dive: Generation By The People, For The People
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Brookfield Perspectives - Season 1, Episode 3
Deep Dive: Lightening The Load For Heavy Industries