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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 ...
 
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!
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
What can one person do to stop climate change? You can join the thousands of people that are already hard at work fighting climate change every day. David Butler and his daughter Keaton talk to some of those people to learn what they do and what inspires them.You could be one of them.Whether you’re already in the climate fight or you’re ready to join it this is the podcast for you.Visit us at howtostopclimatechange.com.
 
Are you interested in understanding how Africa’s climate is changing, what the impacts will be on the continent, and how Africa can better adapt and prepare for climate change? In this podcast series, we will delve into these details through sharing ground-breaking research from the Future Climate for Africa programme. So listen in as we talk about the science, impacts and adaptation options through Africa’s climate change stories... For more information visit: https://futureclimateafrica.or ...
 
Climate change represents an unprecedented global challenge. This new podcast hosted by Sarah Ladislaw of the CSIS Energy Security and Climate Change Program features conversations with global experts to discuss their Theories of Change, and what they think are the most necessary near-term steps and longer-term strategies to ensure a manageable climate for future generations.
 
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 ...
 
Cities like Mumbai will be regularly submerged by 2050. At around the same time, most of Himalayan glaciers will vanish. The world could heat up by 4 degrees Celsius by 2100. We are facing a crisis. Hosted by Bibek Bhattacharya (Twitter: @sarvatathagata), Deputy Editor, Mint Lounge, Mint Climate Change Tracker is a weekly podcast about the challenges posed by a rapidly heating planet. Also follow Bibek's weekly column in Mint Lounge, the Climate Change Tracker, with #MintClimateTracker. This ...
 
An audio feed of Capitol Hill presentations by experts in the field of climate change, hosted by the American Meteorological Society's Environmental Policy Program.This podcast should be updated within 24 hours of the live presentations.Producer: Larry Gillick, Assistant Professor, Digital and Broadcast Media, Shenandoah University
 
"Out of Balance: ExxonMobil's Impact on Climate Change" shows the influence the largest company in the world has on governments, the media and citizens and what can be done about global warming. While the Earth's climate is pushed further out of balance by increasing use of fossil fuels, ExxonMobil continues to assert undue influence around the world - making record profits while ignoring climate science for which there has been overwhelming consenus for over ten years. This podcast features ...
 
The ClimateReady Podcast features interviews and segments on emerging trends in the intersection of climate change and water. International experts in policy, engineering, finance, and other sectors will provide cutting-edge perspectives on climate adaptation advances, challenges, and stories. This podcast is a product of the Alliance for Global Water Adaptation (AGWA).
 
Under The Weather is a monthly lecture series on climate activism and research brought to you by CKUT 90.3 FM, McGill University's Sustainability Projects Fund, and Climate Justice Montreal. For more information on the project, visit http://undertheweather.ckut.ca/ For more information on CKUT, you can visit http://ckut.ca/c/
 
We know it’s alarming. Our streets and cities are flooding, our forests are burning, sea levels are on the rise. Our shared home, planet Earth, is threatened by man-made climate change. But did you also know that we already have the solutions to stop the escalating climate crisis? In this five episode podcast series we explore the solutions and dive into why the key to reaching our collective climate goals lies with the global energy sector and a systemic, swift transition from black to gree ...
 
The 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen presents a new focus for international debate and decisions about energy and its use. What are the countries of Western Europe and Scandinavia doing to promote sustainable energy production? Just how different will the future energy map of Europe look? And is energy policy principally a scientific issue or a political one? This album contains a series of films exploring energy policy in various countries around Europe in 2006, f ...
 
Climate History features interviews and discussions about the history of climate change. Conversations consider what the past can tell us about our present and future. It is hosted by Dr. Dagomar Degroot, associate professor of environmental history at Georgetown University, and Emma Moesswilde, a PhD student in environmental and climate history at Georgetown.
 
Temperature Check by Grist is a show about climate, race, and culture. 2020 has been a year of reckoning with racial justice on a global scale, while another global crisis - climate change - continues to grow. But these two stories are actually one and the same: climate justice is racial justice. Join us and host Andrew Simon each week as we talk to inspiring leaders, changemakers, and journalists about the overlaps between climate change and social justice, and how unsung leaders in pop cul ...
 
Collaborative product of the USDA Southwest Climate Hub and the USGS Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center. Here we highlight stories to share the most recent advances in climate science, weather and climate adaptation, and innovative practices to support resilient landscapes and communities. We believe that sharing some of the most forward thinking and creative climate science and adaptation will strengthen our collective ability to respond to even the most challenging impacts of clim ...
 
Interviews with leaders on the front-line of climate action. What inspires them, what scares them and what keeps them going? This podcast explores the human dimension of climate change and offers a unique insight in the diverse minds of activists, entrepreneurs, scientists, government and community leaders and other change makers. Hosts Liane Stephan and Jeroen Janss are no experts in climate change but rather in leadership and inner growth. With much curiosity and a big heart for nature the ...
 
Energypreneurs is a podcast that brings solar power, electric vehicles and battery technologies to young entrepreneurs. Sohail Hasnie, our host, is a firm believer that the solution to climate change lies in these technologies, which will also fundamentally change the way we think about electricity and transportation—on road, on water and even on air. Over the last 35 years, Sohail has applied technology and innovation in many large infrastructure projects across Australasia. As a staff of t ...
 
Tucson's own Changemaker K20 Campus is pleased to present the Tucson Climate Chats podcast! Part of the Tucson Climate Project, a needs assessment and network analysis focusing on the environmental community in southern Arizona, #TUCC is hosted by AmeriCorps VISTA member Nick Spinelli and features interviews with organizations and activists working at the intersection of climate, poverty and service.
 
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More than any other single person, Zac Goldsmith - or The Right Honourable Lord Goldsmith of Richmond Park as he is properly known – is responsible for the UK Conservative Party’s relatively recent conversion to the cause of the environment. Bio Zac Goldsmith has devoted his entire professional life to the environment – first as editor of the Ecolo…
 
How do you restore an entire ecosystem at scale? Eroded desertified landscapes: can they be healed? Journalist, filmmaker, and environmental educator John D. Liu is the Ecosystem Ambassador for the Commonland Foundation and Founder of the Ecosystem Restoration Camps Movement. He is best-known for his documentaries on the restoration of the Loess Pl…
 
In episode 128 of America Adapts, Doug Parsons hosts Dr. Carolyn Kousky, the Executive Director at the Wharton Risk Management and Decision Processes Center at the University of Pennsylvania. Carolyn has developed 8 recommendations for the incoming Biden administration to prioritize climate adaptation. We go through each of the recommendations, whi…
 
Reflecting on the first #Time2Talk Public Safety, Tonye and Kelly talk about the bigger picture of crime, care, colonial constructs, and how we police each other. Kelly speaks to some of her White bias and Tonye reminds us that we have all been robbed by colonialism and systemic racism. Follow Tonye @tonyeaganaba on Twitter and Instagram. Listen to…
 
While the growth of global emissions has slowed in recent years, there is a large and growing gap between current commitments and what would be needed to avoid exceeding these global temperature limits. Carbon Brief has provided an analysis of when the world is expected to pass these limits in the absence of large future emissions reductions. Their…
 
The UN's Emissions Gap Report showed that the current Paris Agreement Climate Plans (NDCs )will leave us nowhere near where we need to be to avert a climate catastrophe. Will Burns of the Institute for Carbon Removal Law and Policy at American University joins me in a year-end retrospective.저자 Steve Zwick
 
In the 14th episode of Planet A, Dan Jørgensen talks with Sharan Burrow about how we can make the green transition fair for workers. Burrow is General Secretary of “ITUC” (the International Trade Union Confederation), a Brussels-based union organization that works to promote and defend workers’ rights and interests around the world. During Burrow’s…
 
In Temperature Check's final episode of the season, host Andrew Simon sits down with Grist CEO Brady Piñero Walkinshaw to recap the season's standout moments. Then, we hear from runner and filmmaker Faith Briggs about her documentary, "This Land." In it, Briggs runs 150 miles through three national monuments amid controversy surrounding public land…
 
Gayam Raja, the founder and CEO of Gayam Motor Works (GMW), from India, traces back his successful transition from manufacturing gasoline power 3-wheeler to manufacturing the complete ecosystem of electric 3-wheelers or e-trikes. We explore his inspiration and vision to reach a 1500 unit per unit production capacity exporting to about countries. He…
 
Climate change, collapse, sarcasm, and silliness are still on the menu, but we've got a special theme for the third season of Crazy Town: hidden drivers that have pushed humanity into overshoot. Catch up with Jason, Rob, and Asher as they explain the architecture of the upcoming season, and look for new episodes to drop in March. Support the show (…
 
Tai’s 14 now. As he goes through adolescence, there are all sorts of weird things happening in his brain that are literally reshaping it, getting him ready for adulthood! But what’s happening in there? Why do humans even have an adolescent phase? And how can Tai harness his mental superpowers while he has them? This week Tai spoke to: Frances Jense…
 
Some food crops convert just one percent of the sun's energy into edible food. If we can improve the process of photosynthesis we can grow more food on less land. Tom Heap visits a Yorkshire greenhouse to meet the team from Glaia with a cunning idea to do just that. Back in the studio, Dr Tamsin Edwards, climate scientist and fellow of the Royal Ge…
 
Campaign and protest have been the traditional tools of environmental action in the UK. American lawyer, James Thornton, set up Client Earth to defend the planet in a different way- by using the courts. Using local laws to challenge governments and businesses they've had success across Europe and beyond, preventing the construction of coal-fired po…
 
Trees are often thought to be the good guys when it comes to climate change. In Siberia, however, it's not always the case. The landscape was changed when humans arrived and the forest that took over from grasslands is causing problems. In Pleistocene Park, Russian scientists are carrying out a radical rewilding - removing trees and reintroducing s…
 
Electricity from the sun is cheap and clean but the solar cells we see on our rooftops could be much more efficient. Henry Snaith of Oxford PV has developed a new material which helps solar roof panels extract more energy from the solar spectrum. Tom Heap visits Henry's lab and joins Dr Tamsin Edwards to consider the carbon-cutting potential of a n…
 
Chilled lorries are the backbone of our food distribution system, keeping our pork pies and hummus safe and fresh on route to the supermarket. The problem for our air quality and carbon emissions is that many of the refrigeration units are powered by diesel engines.Tom Heap meets a team converting these Transport Refrigeration Units from diesel to …
 
Nick kicks off 2021 with Dennis Caldwell, a local graphic designer whose boots have been on the ground for many environmental projects around southern Arizona. Specializing in aquatic species conservation, Dennis introduces us to a small but remarkably resilient cast of characters (including the desert pupfish, Chiricahua leopard frog, Huachuca wat…
 
Host Andrew Simon speaks with renowned climate and weather specialist Marshall Shepherd about what he'll be looking for in the climate arena this year under a new administration. We also learn about the inspiration behind his new book, "The Race Awakening of 2020: A 6-Step Guide for Moving Forward." Further Reading Marshall Shepherd @DrShepherd2013…
 
How do we get climate at the forefront of politics? How can we good data influence the climate transition? In the first episode of the second season of Cleaning Up, Michael Liebreich speaks to Bryony Worthington: a crossbench member of the House of Lords, founder of Ember, and the lead author of the 2008 UK Climate Change Act. Summary: Baroness Bry…
 
We interview Ann Marie Chischilly, a member of the Navajo Nation and Executive Director of the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP), and Amber Pairis, Director of the Climate Science Alliance and partnership liaison for the Southwest CASC, to hear what they have to say about climate hope, and what gives them hope for the future. …
 
Much of agriculture depends upon synthetic fertilizer. But the production of that fertilizer is responsible for 3% of greenhouse gas emissions. That’s why innovators in the emerging field of synthetic biology are attempting to disrupt the status quo in agriculture and engineer new ways for growers to achieve the same yields with less fertilizer—and…
 
The UK government is betting big on offshore wind to provide a huge percentage of our electricity by 2030. The turbines are certainly efficient, low carbon energy producers but they have one Achilles heel. They're expensive to maintain and repair. Boats or helicopters have to be sent out with a maintenance crew- it's dangerous and costly work. Deve…
 
Around the world many girls leave school before completing their education. It's said that those who stay to the end of high school have more agency and choice, but also earn more money and have fewer and healthier children.Tom Heap hears how education and access to family planning don't just impact family size, it can also propel young women into …
 
Simple and sublime seagrass meadows work naturally to absorb carbon. The leaves cause friction in the water and trap carbon from organic matter in the sediment. Yet industrial activity and pollution has damaged and reduced the extent of the meadows around the UK coast. With the marine environment improving, work is being done to restore patchy seab…
 
We’re resourceful, adaptable and the smartest thing this planet has ever seen. We got ourselves into this mess but we can get ourselves out of it. BBC Radio Four, in partnership with the Royal Geographical Society, presents 39 ideas to relieve the stress that climate change is exerting on the planet.Trees soak up carbon dioxide, trees store carbon …
 
We’re resourceful, adaptable and the smartest thing this planet has ever seen. We got ourselves into this mess but we can get ourselves out of it. BBC Radio Four, in partnership with the Royal Geographical Society presents 39 ideas to relieve the stress that climate change is exerting on the planet.From tiny solar cells to the total transformation …
 
Nuclear energy is only possible thanks to a highly skilled, largely unionized workforce. In popular culture nuclear workers have been portrayed as incompetent by the Simpson or as evil incarnate by anti-nuclear activists like Dr Helen Caldicott. In Canada nuclear generation is publicly owned and run by a highly unionized workforce. It provides chea…
 
Congratulating myself to have competed this 50th episode of Energypreneurs on 31 December 2020. In this episode, I summarize episodes 4-49: what they are about and how they fit together. If you are new to my channel this will be a very good start and if you have been listening regularly, this will be a good recap. Please keep a pen and paper handy …
 
If you are planning to start a podcast this will be useful for you. This episode is a recording of my presentation to an internal audience at the Asian Development Bank, on the software, hardware, and strategy behind my podcast. Some found it technical, but if you are interested to understand the various equipment, software, and system choices, thi…
 
Jayantha Perera, an author of 12 books, talks about his lifestyle in the first decade of retirement. He and his wife Shyamala sheds light on how longevity and technology are impacting retirement planning. We explore the importance of technology adaptation on top of remaining healthy and stay connected. While “retirement” or rather "not 9 to 5” as J…
 
In episode 127 of America Adapts, host Doug Parsons is joined by Dr. Ladd Keith, an Assistant Professor in Planning and Chair of Sustainable Built Environments at The University of Arizona and Dakota Larrick, a graduate student at the University of Oklahoma, who is finishing her master’s thesis on human adaptations to the landscape in the Southern …
 
Carlos Santamaria and Reah Sy are good friends and social media gurus. They both managed multiple facets of the Asian Development Bank’s social media content and the strategy behind the activities. Together, they are not only fun to be with — they bring an infectious enthusiasm to the table. Since I met them in 2015, my perspectives about social me…
 
Carmela (Candy) and Arnel Sevilla explain how they turned their dream and love for diving into a boutique hotel—“Portulano”—with its extensive diving facilities. They explain how they morphed into this lifestyle business from their high-pressure corporate jobs. Today Arnel plans to go 100% solar with batteries one day, and I think hydroponics and e…
 
Dr. Rebecca Huntley, author of "How to Talk About Climate Change in a Way that Makes a Difference," says stick to sports and movies when talking to your right-wing in-laws and save the climate conversations for the people and venues that really matter. Also: Jared gives (satirical) tips for a greener holiday, and new research suggests human made st…
 
2020 has been a strange and difficult year. In the midst of the global pandemic, Michael decided to reach out to some familiar faces in global climate leadership not only to catch up but also to discuss how the world can move towards a more sustainable and equitable future. In this Holiday Special, we look back at some of the most insightful, revea…
 
Dan Milison, takes us through the journey of his professional life —innovative projects, the climate leadership he has seen in three countries, and the BIG ideas he has. We get into the hot topic of today —Hydrogen; although I may not agree with some of the positive lights he sees in the hydrogen way, he does have a clear vision. Please join in to …
 
We have destroyed or severely disrupted many of the perennial ecosystems that were here in favor of annual crops. Crops that require the use of herbicide and mulch year after year until, eventually, the soil is depleted and we move on. So, how can we use the design principles of permaculture to restore the ecology of the planet, provide ourselves w…
 
Werner Liepach, Director-General, Asian Development Bank, discusses his fascinating, 28 year-long journey through different levels of ADB, and how the roles for a development bank have changed in the face of technological changes, the threat of climate change, and finally, Covid-19. With a Ph.D. in financial engineering and a love for seeing places…
 
Jay Harris is an energy consultant and proponent of small modular reactor (SMR) development for remote locations. Jay is a member of the Cowessess First Nation in Saskatchewan and has worked as an aircraft maintainer in the Air Reserves and in the RCMP in the far north. He was the first aboriginal person to attend the World Nuclear University progr…
 
Host Andrew Simon sits down with co-host Justin Worland of Time Magazine to talk about the biggest climate stories of 2020. Then, we hear from filmmaker Cecilia Aldarondo about her documentary "Landfall," which captures the stories of everyday Puerto Ricans living—and rebuilding—after Hurricane Maria. Further Reading Cecilia Aldarondo Find more abo…
 
In the 18th episode of Climate History, co-hosts Dagomar Degroot and Emma Moesswilde interview Vicki Arroyo, Executive Director of the Georgetown Climate Center and Professor from Practice at Georgetown Law. Professor Arroyo explains which climate policies have worked across the United States, and identifies where emissions reductions will be harde…
 
Last but not least, our concluding episode of 2020 is with James Cameron. No not the director, but he is doing radical things in a suit (this will make more sense once you press play). Find out why Tom Paine was an important inspiration for his career, what the WTO needs to do to progress and trade in post-Brexit UK. Bio James Cameron is a barriste…
 
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