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A changing climate presents humanity with only one option: adapt. Join your host, Doug Parsons for America's leading podcast on climate change - America Adapts! Each episode, Doug sits down with scientists, activists, policymakers, and journalists to discuss the tough questions facing this country and the world as we confront humanity's greatest challenge. Question your assumptions, refresh your perspective, and become part of the climate movement that will determine our planet's future, rig ...
 
Protecting our planet and our climate doesn't need to be hard. How to Make a Difference is a podcast that helps you to identify the most effective climate actions. Each month is dedicated to a new topic featuring expert interviews and a breakdown of the impact you can have by taking action. Dr. Elisabeth Ignasiak is an expert on sustainable living, climate change and carbon offsetting, and has made it her mission to fight against climate change.
 
Get the latest insights on climate change and breakthrough technologies and innovations that are fighting climate change! According to a United Nations climate change report, the evidence of human-caused climate change is overwhelming and continues to strengthen. The impacts of climate change are intensifying and climate-related threats to our physical, social, and economic well-being are rising at an unprecedented rate. Widespread climate changes are causing extreme heat, severe drought, un ...
 
Climate change is the most important issue of our time. We’ve all heard that it poses an existential threat to our species and that it is already changing our planet in unprecedented ways, but with so many numbers – from parts-per-million of atmospheric CO2 to the now-famous ‘1.5°C red line’ of the Paris Agreement – we know that it can be confusing. Our new podcast “Climate Change: Behind the Numbers” helps listeners make sense of the complex topic of climate change. Each episode, we will ta ...
 
Earth. We broke it; we own it; and nothing is as it was: not the trees, not the seas – not the forests, farms, or fields – and not the global economy that depends on all of these. Bionic Planet is your guide to the Anthropocene, the new epoch defined by man's impact on Earth, and in each episode, we examine a different aspect of this new reality: sometimes financial, sometimes moral, but always practical.
 
The story of our environment may well be the most important story this century. We focus on issues facing people and the planet. Leading environmentalists, organizations, activists, and conservationists discuss meaningful ways to create a better and more sustainable future. Participants include EARTHDAY.ORG, Greenpeace, UNESCO World Heritage Centre, PETA, European Environment Agency, Peter Singer, 350.org, UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development, Ci ...
 
What will the city of tomorrow look like? We are living in the Century of the City. Cities are the main drivers of creativity and innovation. Yet, a great number of people have little or no conception of what their future will look like when it comes to creating resilient, sustainable, and liveable cities. Even though a significant majority are intent on learning more about climate disruption, energy, transport, water, air, waste, education, and jobs. In a decade of transformative change, Fu ...
 
A podcast on climate change hosted by the Danish Minister of Climate, Energy and Utilities Dan Jørgensen. Inviting some of the world’s leading experts, policy makers and activists to share their thoughts with us. Not only to address the challenges and dilemmas inherent in climate change. But also to talk about its possible solutions.
 
This is a Podcast derived from the YouTube show Living with Climate Change: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=20724041 Living with Climate Change addresses the psychological effects abrupt climate change is having on many people, the controversy in climate science, and discussions on environmental science, nature, and human development issues. I have added more segments to the show: • News Brief - keeping up with policies and science reports • Climate Action Spotlight - focus on NGOs a ...
 
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Climate Change Weekly is a podcast that picks some of the week's most important climate change related news for discussion, includes a topic of the week (which is thought provoking and often controversial) and encourages listeners to do their part to tackle climate change. Please get in touch if you have suggestions for making the podcast better or you would like to suggest a topic of the week. You can contact me via an email to weeklyclimate@gmail.com or on twitter using @WeeklyClimate.
 
Capitol Hill presentations by experts in the field of climate change, hosted by the American Meteorological Society's Environmental Policy Program.Producer: Larry Gillick, Assistant Professor, Digital and Broadcast Media, Shenandoah University
 
What is climate change? What can I do to help stop climate change? In this brand new podcast series scientist and activist Dr. Ciarán O’Carroll (Extinction Rebellion) explains the science and answers the most frequently asked questions about climate change in a series of bite size podcasts. This podcast will answer all these questions and more in an accessible and entertaining way and turn you from a beginner into an expert!
 
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In episode 169, we’re doing a mid year adaptation review extravaganza! Doug is joined by Shaun Martin of World Wildlife Fund and Monika Serrano, of Turner Construction. The three discuss the top climate stories of the past year; their favorite America Adapts episodes; future recommendations for the podcast; how to stay connected to the adaptation u…
 
image credit |Mantas Hesthaven Season 1, Episode 17: Journeys and Rites of Passage Episode 17 features some intimate sharing between Panu and Thomas about their travels and adventures as young men and how this influenced their environmental identities. They looked back at their efforts as “apprentices” and “artisans” in their work on eco- and clima…
 
"The dinosaur extinction - dinosaurs didn't really have much to say about it. A meteor crashed into the earth and wiped them out. We, on the other hand, are creating quite an extinction right now. And we actually could do something about it, but we're not going to do anything about it because we're just greedy. We always just slough it off to the n…
 
How do you create original content in the carbon removal space? In its podcast content, the Nori creative team looks for unique voices, encouraging guests on Reversing Climate Change and Carbon Removal Newsroom to explore nuance. As for their carbon removal memes, the writers are currently mining the movies they watch with their kids and popular on…
 
"Cities are certainly a great place to start because the way that we do them - you can see it if you go up in an airplane and look down - you can see that they're built against nature. You can see it in the color of the city. It's interesting. We reflect it in our maps. Cities are gray, and the rest of the world is green. We build them against the …
 
Less than 20% of the world's landholders are women, according to FAO data. Unequal access to land rights mostly for women means a lack of decision power over their home and property. With climate change bringing more droughts, rising sea levels, and extreme storms, access to and control over resources is key, and so is sex-disaggregated data. It is…
 
When popular media get natural climate solutions wrong, it’s usually because they’re struggling to understand complex mechanisms that have evolved over more than 45 years. Here is a brief look back on that evolution. Second of a three-part series adapted from Ecosystem Marketplace Click here for the original story and all related links: https://www…
 
Climate change is an existential threat. The U.S. will face more frequent and extreme disasters in the coming years due to climate change. How can we harness the power of technology and indigenous knowledge to reduce risks to save lives and property, especially for the most vulnerable communities? This program looks at wildfires, one of California’…
 
Dr. Julio Friedmann is Chief Scientist and Chief Carbon Wrangler at Carbon Direct. He recently served as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Office of Fossil Energy at the Department of Energy where he was responsible for DOE’s R&D program in advanced fossil energy systems, carbon capture, and storage (CCS), CO2 utilisation, and clean coal…
 
Jack Horner is a severely dyslexic, dinosaur paleontologist. He attended the University of Montana for 14 semesters without receiving a degree. He has since received two honorary doctorates of science and a plethora of awards including a MacArthur Fellowship. Jack was Curator and Regent’s Professor of Paleontology at Montana State University in Boz…
 
Direct air capture (DAC) is growing in popularity around the world, and it is an important tool for reducing CO2 in the atmosphere. But 30% of all the carbon dioxide we’ve emitted to date is stored in the ocean. So, what can we do to sequester CO2 from ocean water? Is the technology similar to that of direct air capture? How does the process work? …
 
"When we were working in Panama with E.O. Wilson on the Panama Museum of Biodiversity for the world's first museum of biodiversity, we went into the jungle with E.O. Wilson, and he explained that there's only one thing on the planet and that's life. And life has an experiment going in form. We are one of those forms, and over 99% of all the experim…
 
Designer, author, educator and artist Bruce Mau is a brilliantly creative optimist whose love of thorny problems led him to create a methodology for life-centered design. Across thirty years of design innovation, he’s collaborated with global brands and companies, leading organizations, heads of state, renowned artists and fellow optimists. Mau bec…
 
Designer, author, educator and artist Bruce Mau is a brilliantly creative optimist whose love of thorny problems led him to create a methodology for life-centered design. Across thirty years of design innovation, he’s collaborated with global brands and companies, leading organizations, heads of state, renowned artists and fellow optimists. Mau bec…
 
Most carbon removal content is highly technical and very serious. But it doesn’t have to be. So, what would it look like to produce carbon removal content that is a little looser? A little less informational? A little more appealing to a lay audience? And a little more fun? On this bonus episode of Reversing Climate Change, Ross sits down with fell…
 
The direct air capture industry is attempting to recreate the oil and gas sector in reverse—at a highly accelerated rate. And those of us in the space have a tremendous opportunity to build something truly impactful. But how do we educate the general public around the carbon removal technologies at our disposal? Can a well-crafted meme help people …
 
In episode 168 of America Adapts, Doug Parsons hosts David Kuhn and Ben Jordan. David is the lead for corporate resilience at World Wildlife Fund and Ben is the Senior Director of Packaging and Climate at The Coca-Cola Company. We discuss why engaging the corporate sector is so important to WWF and why the private sector will be so important for th…
 
image credit | Eddie Kopp Season 1, Episode 16: Varieties of Hope with Guest Elin Kelsey In Episode 16, Thomas and Panu had an enlightening conversation with Elin Kelsey, environmental educator and author of Hope Matters. Panu and Elin spoke of their collaborations in Finland and the importance of taking time for reflection in the “culture of urgen…
 
Chris Coulter is CEO of GlobeScan, an insights and advisory consultancy helping companies, NGOs, and governmental organizations know their world and create strategies that lead to a sustainable and equitable future. He is a co-author of All In: The Future of Business Leadership, and The Sustainable Business Handbook. He is Chair of Canadian Busines…
 
"I think we have to recognize that we're having other impacts on biodiversity, not just eliminating it but also altering it - what it looks like, what constitutes it. I think recognizing that is vital, really. We've created a human planet, a planet that is increasingly organized to serve one particular species. And the rest of life has to work arou…
 
David Farrier's books include Footprints: In Search of Future Fossils (2020) and Anthropocene Poetics (2019). Footprints won the Royal Society of Literature’s Giles St. Aubyn award and has been translated into nine languages. He is Professor of Literature and the Environment at the University of Edinburgh. "I think we have to recognize that we're h…
 
"A lot of my story in the Seychelles was about the environmental impact that developed countries have on a place like that, which is in the middle of the ocean that could disappear through rising seas. And it is really important that they have a voice and their voice is being heard. I mean, little Seychelles, population 100,000, is depending on the…
 
Marcia DeSanctis is a journalist, essayist, and author of A Hard Place to Leave: Stories from a Restless Life, 100 Places in France Every Woman Should Go, a New York Times travel bestseller. A contributor writer at Travel + Leisure, she also writes for Air Mail, Vogue, BBC Travel and many other publications. She has won five Lowell Thomas Awards fr…
 
As a consumer who cares about climate change, you may be shopping for organic, local, or even regenerative food products. But does your support of sustainable agriculture extend to wine? How does a winemaker earn the certified sustainable distinction? And what does sustainable viticulture look like? Steve Lohr is President and CEO of J. Lohr Vineya…
 
"We can harvest a huge amount of food from a very small space. And just to contrast or explain more about what we're doing, we grow our vegetables on just about a half-acre, essentially. So we can pack 50 boxes of vegetables every week for 16 weeks on a half-acre and generate 50 percent of our income for our household on a half an acre." John and E…
 
John and Emily Beaton have created a multi-enterprise farming business in Northeastern Minnesota near Duluth and the shores of Lake Superior. They founded Fairhaven Farm with a spirit of community building, a focus on soil health, and a desire to see a thriving local food system. They sell starter plants each spring for home gardeners, grow food fo…
 
“One of our chiefs was a Chief Crazy Horse. When they rode into battle to meet the US soldiers, his war cry was "Only the Earth lives forever!" And to me, that's really powerful because it shows what we were fighting for, and that they were willing to die for Mother Earth to protect it from this really nasty mining. They almost massacred the buffal…
 
Victor A. Lopez-Carmen is a Dakota and Yaqui writer, health advocate, and student at Harvard Medical School. He is cofounder of the Ohiyesa Premedical Program at the Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH), which supports Indigenous community and tribal college students to pursue healthcare education. He also founded Translations for our Nations, a gran…
 
"In some sense, kids don't have words early on. So they're just seeing without a filter of words. And I even have memories myself as a young child of just the wonder. I remember walking to kindergarten and seeing this bush with all sorts of flowers on it, and all these monarch butterflies on it. And I was completely transfixed. Here I was, five yea…
 
Donald D. Hoffman is a Professor of Cognitive Sciences at the University of California, Irvine. He is the author of The case against reality: Why evolution hid the truth from our eyes. His research on perception, evolution, and consciousness received the Troland Award of the US National Academy of Sciences, the Distinguished Scientific Award for Ea…
 
Here at Nori, we take climate change very seriously. But we don’t want to take ourselves too seriously. So, we developed the Memelab as a way to engage with other carbon removal enthusiasts and introduce a new audience the idea of removing CO2 from the atmosphere—with humor. Asa Kamer is Producer of the Carbon Removal Newsroom podcast. Siobhan Mont…
 
In episode 167, Doug Parsons hosts Francisco Sanchez Jr., Associate Administrator for the Small Business Administration’s Office of Disaster Assistance. Francisco shares what is the office of disaster assistance. We also discuss how climate change is requiring them to evolve their mission. SBA is actually a major funder of disaster preparedness, an…
 
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