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A weekly podcast examining the issues at the heart of our changing climate. We'll talk to scientists and policymakers and we'll highlight how small changes can make a big difference as we look for solutions to the problems caused by climate change.
 
Local governments are on the front lines of sustainability, climate and energy challenges -- and solutions. Kim checks in with local leaders and experts to dive into these issues, get their perspectives and specific recommendations. Listen and feel empowered to act in your community. Have a topic you think we should cover? Let us know at sastalk@kimlundgrenassociates.com
 
Racism, toxic inequality, persistent poverty, climate change: these are big serious problems, and if you believe they require big audacious solutions, then this is the podcast for you. Hosted by Angela Glover Blackwell, Founder-in-Residence at PolicyLink, Radical Imagination focuses on radical solutions to our society’s most pressing problems. It features conversations with thinkers and changemakers from multiple fields working to deliver equity wins at scale.Tune in to Radical Imagination, ...
 
The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES) is an independent non-profit, non-partisan organization promoting strong policy and action to address the twin challenges of energy and climate change. Launched in November 2011, C2ES is the successor to the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, long recognized in the United States and abroad as an influential and pragmatic voice on climate issues.
 
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 ocean is as mysterious as outer space... and even more amazing, because it's teeming with life (sorry, Venus!). Unfortunately, human activities are wreaking havoc on ocean life, from coral reefs and kelp forests to charismatic whales and obscure microbes. So, what do we do about it? In this podcast, Dr. Morgan Raven, a biogeochemist and professor at the University of California Santa Barbara, talks with entrepreneurs, researchers, activists, public officials, and others who are working o ...
 
What if we had a world we could be proud of? We're saving humanity, one show at a time – because humans are definitely worth saving. This show is an innovation lab, where we figure out solutions to the big existential threats facing the human race – with a big focus on improving global cooperation. And we do it joyfully, because it helps to keep our spirits up. This show is aimed at a global audience. Experts and regular people will find this show useful and interesting. Topics include: clim ...
 
Le podcast de celles et ceux qui ont un impact positif sur la société et sur le monde. Devant l’urgence climatique, la crise démocratique, une société aux inégalités croissantes, certains ont décidé de ne pas rester les bras croisés, ils ont un coup d’avance, l’audace de croire qu’ils peuvent apporter leur pierre à l’édifice. Ils sont ce que l’on appelle des Changemakers. « Impact positif », c’est le podcast porte-voix de ces acteurs du changement. Entrepreneurs, citoyens, grands groupes, ét ...
 
Hosts Anthony Hanson, Dave Nicholai, and Bill Hutchison at the University of Minnesota alert growers, ag professionals and educators about emerging pest concerns with Minnesota Field Crops, including corn, soybean, small grains and alfalfa. They offer useful, research-based pest management solutions. Dr. Anthony Hanson, IPM Educator - Field Crops Dr. Bill Hutchison, Coordinator of the MN IPM Program Dave Nicolai, Crops Extension Educator & Coordinator of the Extension Institute for Ag Profes ...
 
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Here’s what happens when two of your three podcast guests are French. You find yourself talking about sociology and philosophy. This episode starts off with hard facts about climate change and ends up with ideas that will have you thinking long after you’ve finished listening. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Two great Prairies podcasts join forces in this special bonus episode on a $300 million investment into climate-friendly agriculture in Canada. Karen Ross, an agricultural producer in Quebec and the Director of Farmers for Climate Solutions, discusses what carefully designed federal-provincial programs could do to help on-farm income, reduce agricu…
 
When you hear the word leadership, you may think about hierarchy. But it doesn't have to be that way. In this episode, Laura Calandrella, author of Our Next Evolution: Transforming Collaborative Leadership to Shape Our Planet’s Future, helps us understand the importance of connection and relationship, dialogue and consensus. Her strategy is attenti…
 
Quand on demande à Christian Vanizette s’il est content de son parcours, il répondrait presque… non ! Et pourtant ! Quand on regarde derrière lui, il y a de quoi être fier. L’entreprise qu’il a co-fondée il y a plus de 10 ans « MakeSense » est toujours là, elle a réussi à mobiliser plus de 200 000 citoyens dans le monde, elle est présente dans plus…
 
Cassie Flynn is Strategic Advisor on Climate Change at the Executive Office of the UNDP. Partnering with We Don't Have Time and others, she ran the campaign Mission 1.5 to educate people around the world on climate solutions, which resulted in the People's Climate Vote - the largest survey on climate in history. In this episode, listen to her exper…
 
We talk with Imhotep Adisa of The Kheprw Institute in Indianapolis about the critical work that community-based organizations like his do -- and the importance of their partnership for truly equitable community engagement in climate action and sustainability plans. Kheprw was a key partner for KLA as we helped develop the Thrive Indianapolis sustai…
 
An economy that works for all depends on a robust system of caregiving. That has become all too clear during the pandemic, as 2.5 million women were pushed out of the workforce to care for family members. This episode of Radical Imagination looks at the growing movement to reimagine care across the lifespan, recognize it as essential infrastructure…
 
3 stories about the power of community to raise and multiply funding for climate action. Olympia raises sales tax for free transit. A matching grant sends community crowdfunds over the top. Connecticut's Green Bank delivers on solar justice. Storytellers: Robert Pollin-Political Economy Research Institute, Clark Gilman- Mayor ProTem Olympia WA Ann …
 
Join members of the SCN Coalition from MN, ND and IA and learn about why soybean cyst nematode (SCN) is such a threat to soybean production and how the coalition is helping producers fight back. Join us for this discussion with Dr. Greg Tykla, nematologist with Iowa State University, Dr. Seth Naeve, Extension soybean agronomist at the University of…
 
THE CLIMATE ACTION SHOW12TH APRIL 2021 Produced by Vivien Langford#The Tour de Carmichael to stop Adani, #The Climate Action Network Australia to unite our efforts, #Climate Conversations with Professor David KarolyGuests:Coedie McAvoy - Wangan and Jagalingou People of the Galilee Basin and leader of the Tour de Carmichael Julie Anne Richards - CEO…
 
It's launch week of Sky News ClimateCast! For our debut episode Anna Jones is joined by correspondent Katerina Vittozzi to discuss public awareness of climate change. They're joined by renowned climate scientist Dr Friederike Otto to discuss how the changing climate is affecting weather patterns at home and abroad. How do we solve the problem? They…
 
Humans are pretty damn smart. Our technological innovations are nearly magic, including inventions our ancestors could not have even imagined. But if we’re so smart, why do we create technology that is so destructive to our health and the natural environment – and even threaten our future with pandemics or other emergencies? Are we really as smart …
 
This is the second and final segment of the discussion with Peter Kalmus NASA scientist and climate activist. Peter is also an astrophysicist, writer, and climate activist. He has co authored the award winning book, "Being the Change: Live Well and Spark a Climate Revolution", founded the website noflyclimatesci.org, co-founded the app Earth Hero: …
 
This week, Jim and Gabe discuss their reaction to the American Jobs Plan, which claims to aim to "unify and mobilize the country to meet the great challenges of our time: the climate crisis and the ambitions of an autocratic China." They talk budget sufficiency, electric vehicles, and more. They also lament the brown goo that a late frost made of t…
 
If there were a contemporary equivalent of the Beach Boys, they’d be singing about their monthly bus tickets and offering to take their girlfriends for a ride on an electric bike. Total global emissions come from a few main areas of human activity—energy, industry, agriculture…and transport. Our experts look at how mobility will get greener to stop…
 
Welcome to the first in a series of episodes where we interview We Don't Have Time partners! In this episode you will meet Christian Møller-Holst, founder and CEO of Goodwings, the hotel booking site that offsets all the carbon emissions of your trip. Listen to Christian explain how he got in touch with We Don't Have Time, what his views are on off…
 
CLIMATE ACTION SHOW APRIL 5TH 2021"ONCE YOU KNOW"Produced by Vivien Langford What happens "once you know" about climate change? Two film makers from TFF show us the "spear in the chest moment", when a person with a platform becomes an activist. Once you KnowEmmanuel Cappelin had such a moment when he realised we are heading for collapse. It is a gr…
 
Dr. Jason Bradford, board president of the Post Carbon Institute and co-host of the Crazy Town podcast, joins us to talk about their third season and his work in/around sustainable agriculture. We discuss humor's role in dealing with environmental harms, hidden drivers like discount rate, and what it'll take to get more of us involved in local sust…
 
This is part 1 of a two part show.Peter Kalmus is a NASA scientist ans climate activist who has achieved amazing things in the climate space in a short space of time.Not only is he an American climate scientist, astrophysicist, writer, and climate activist he has co authored the award winning book, "Being the Change: Live Well and Spark a Climate R…
 
The price of what you buy. It’s not the first idea that comes to you, but it makes sense. If things that cause climate change cost more—and things that don’t cause climate change cost less—which things would YOU buy? Are people ready actually to pay to stop climate change? Our experts look at the possibility that possibility that the price of goods…
 
Is it worthwhile to continue to plant Bt corn for European corn borer? How should Bt-resistance of corn rootworm affect management decisions? Join us for the discussion on these and other corn pests to watch out for with Dr. Ken Ostlie, Extension entomologist at the University of Minnesota and Bruce Potter, Extension Integrated Pest Management spec…
 
« Rien n’est impossible ! » a clamé Alexia Barrier à son arrivée du Vendée Globe aux Sables d’Olonne. La navigatrice fait partie des six femmes qui ont réussi à aligner un bateau pour cette course en novembre dernier. En soi, c’est déjà une victoire, vu les budgets qui sont nécessaires pour participer ! Le Vendée Globe, c’est la course la plus spec…
 
March 29th 2021WINTON HIGGINS ALBERT CAMUS THE PLAGUE AND LAUDATO SIThe story of LE CHAMBON and how not to be a bystander in the climate emergency.PRODUCED BY VIVIEN LANGFORD and ANDY BRITT Music by KAVISHA MAZZELLA with her new album EMPTY SKY Winton Higgins is a distinguished writer, Secular Buddhist teacher and Holocaust scholar. He tells us the…
 
Immigration has been a big challenge for many countries, and has been a source of conflict and frustration. But if we can’t handle today’s migrants, how will we handle the 2 Billion migrants we might see over the next 50 years? That’s the future of climate change, as many countries will be become too hot for humans to live. If we are not careful, t…
 
Prof. Ron Milo earned a BSc in Physics and Mathematics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a PhD in Biological Physics at the Weizmann Institute of Science. Ron and his lab members bring the tools of systems biology to bear on the challenges of sustainability. His research aims to understand the cellular highways of energy and carbon transfor…
 
Are you making radical lifestyle changes to stop climate change? Limited efforts? Do you want to change, but can’t do it? Or do you think you don’t need to make a contribution? We’ll tell you whether you’re trying harder than the 30,000 people in our big climate survey, and our experts explain what that means for the future of humanity. See acast.c…
 
What does it mean for policy to be quiet, for policy to successfully tip-toe its way through the U.S. legislative system and contribute to greater sustainability and resilience? Which parts can or should make more noise, and what informs our understanding of what is pragmatic and reasonable? In this Air Check, Jim and Emily try to work through the …
 
What would our economy look like if it put people before profits? For one thing, nobody would have to accept the sub-minimum wage of $2.13, which many states allow for restaurant workers -- a legacy of slavery that marginalizes and impoverishes a wide swath of a workforce made up largely of people of color and immigrants. In this episode of Radical…
 
In a bit over 200 years, the human population went from 1 billion to 7.8 billion. In this very short amount of time we had an 8-fold increase in humans on the planet. The planet was not ready. Busy, clever humanity quickly chopped up and devoured the Earth. Homo sapiens (humans) used to be simply one species among many in nature. Now, humans have s…
 
The Climate Action Show22nd March 2021Edited with permission from Reset 21 Forums by Vivien Langford BELOW ZERO 2030EMERGENCY ACTION FOR NEGATIVE EMISSIONSThe dramatic shift in mainstream climate policy in support of a zero-emissions target is widely welcomed. But are we at grave risk of missing our intended outcome by attaching highly dangerous ti…
 
You’ve heard us say on more than one occasion “what’s good for the farm is usually good for the climate.” In this episode, Darrin Qualman, Director of Climate Crisis Policy & Action at the National Farmers Union (NFU) takes a different approach to our beloved one-liner: we can tackle the farm income crisis and the climate crisis at the same time. T…
 
What’s the connection between cars….Netflix…your new pants…and sausages? If you said, climate change, you were right. Each of these things has an impact on climate change, because making them or running them results in the emission of carbon into the atmosphere. But which of these things would be harder for you to give up, if you had to, to halt cl…
 
The human race really is worth saving, you know. And it will take some work – most importantly, making global systems that can deal with our global threats. These include climate, environment, pandemics, migration, technology, the world economy, nuclear weapons and more. No one country can solve these on its own. We’re all in this together. We need…
 
Over this past six months I have been closely watching the news - it has become clear that Australia's backing of fossil fuel exports are becoming increasingly untenable. The US has rejoined the Paris agreement, in October China vowed to reach net zero by 2060 - quickly followed by South Korea and Japan. This Asian tsunami away from coal is a huge …
 
We kick off our mental health series with Dr. Susan Clayton, professor of psychology and environmental studies and chair of the psychology department at the College of Wooster. Together, we work to complicate our understanding of emotional engagement with climate, within and beyond the frame of grief and anxiety. Watch the conversation on Facebook:…
 
Depuis qu’elle est glaciologue et qu’elle se consacre à ses recherches, une question taraude Heidi Sevestre : qui va lire ce qu'elle est en train d’écrire ? Quelle influence sur la vie de ses parents par exemple ? Le monde de la recherche est inaccessible, il est tellement difficile de savoir ce qu’il s’y passe pour le commun des citoyens. Pour ell…
 
Has COVID-19 changed our behaviour in ways that might be good for climate change. For example, teleworking, instead of commuting to an office, means fewer carbon emissions and, therefore, is good for the climate. And what about the economic recovery? Are people just so desperate for an end to the COVID-19 recession that they want investment at any …
 
There's a lot of farmland about to change hands. We can make sure it's distributed fairly to good stewards. This show looks at agricultural land trusts and conservation easements aimed at helping young and under-resourced farmers get access to land, and at the history of Black land loss and the Justice for Black Farmers Act. We also explore an anti…
 
WOMEN'S CLIMATE LEADERSHIPWHERE DOES IT TAKE US?8TH MARCH 2021Produced by Vivien LangfordGUESTS:Victoria McKenzie-McHarg - Women's environmental Leadership WELA and Chair of the Climate Action Network Australia CANALucy Manne - CEO of 350.org AustraliaJanet Laurence - Artist and Curator of REQUIEM at the Festival of Sydney 2021Kerrie Leishman - Pai…
 
In this Air Check, professor and biogeochemist Gabriel Filippelli joins us again to talk about ice, ocean currents, and what makes the Arctic so different from the Antarctic. We also briefly discuss lobsters. Listen to find out how it's all connected! Our next live show explores the intersection of climate change and mental health: https://fb.me/e/…
 
What would you give up to solve the climate crisis? Flights to exotic holidays? Red meat? Your car?…Climate Solutions surveyed 30 000 people in every EU country, in China, the US and the UK to find out what they’re ready to do to fight climate change. And whether they’re even worried about climate change at all now that COVID-19 threatens us. Then …
 
SOUNDING THE ALARM FOR CLIMATE ACTIONMARCH 1ST 2021Produced by Vivien LangfordGuests:These are ARRCC members who are leading Sacred People Sacred Earth (arrcc.org.au)Tejopala Rawls (Buddhist) Fahimah Badrulhisham (Muslim ) Dr Byron Smith (Christian)These are the film makers from the Transitions Film FestivalRob Innes Producer of the film YOUTH ONST…
 
Radical Imagination opens with a deep dive into the 1921 massacre of hundreds of Black people in the thriving business district of Tulsa, Oklahoma. We examine how history books erased that atrocity and distorted so much of Black history. Host Angela Glover Blackwell talks with Hannibal B. Johnson, historian and Education Chair for the 1921 Tulsa Ra…
 
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