Best climate change podcasts we could find (Updated August 2018)
Related podcasts: Climate Climate Change Environment Change Activism Science Natural Sciences Warming Sustainability Energy Global Weather Politics News Society US Government Education Featured FM Carbon Co2  
Climate change public [search 0]

No series here

Try another search?

Why not explore the catalogue? Broken tape
Loading …
 
President Trump makes it clear that his retaliation with security clearances is all about Russia and the Mueller investigation. Then, did the president just try to taint the Manafort jury? Plus, Trump's much vaunted big military parade is cancelled.
 
What’s the connection between climate change and national security? “Military commanders don't operate on the basis of fiction,” says Leon Panetta, who served as Secretary of Defense and Director of the CIA under President Obama. “Understanding climate change and what was happening had to be part and parcel of our effort to protect our security ...…
 
Dulcie Taylor was moved by photos of people boating down the sidewalk. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
Omarosa releases a secret recording of the interaction that she says amounted to an attempt to buy her silence. Then, President Trump connects the Russia investigation to his decision to revoke John Brennan's security clearance. Plus, remembering Aretha Franklin with Carole King and Al Sharpton.
 
There are now one trillion watts of wind and solar installed around the world, according to new figures from BNEF. It took a few decades to get here, but it’ll only take five years to do it again — and nearly 50 percent cheaper. Now that we’ve reached the terawatt scale, the true acceleration begins. This week on the podcast, we'll contextualiz ...…
 
Thirst makes them feed more often, according to new research. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
The president retaliates against one of his detractors and his enemies list grows. Plus, the Manafort case heads to the jury.
 
This week, more worries for bees, modelling the opioid crisis, and rough weather for seas.
 
John Blythe, PhD, argues that labelling devices such as smart televisions and thermostats will help consumers choose technology that meets their security and privacy needs.
 
Portions of North Carolina’s national seashores could be underwater by 2100. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
This week on Terra Informa we take a visit to the Primed Mosaic Centre, Alberta’s first net-zero and LEED Platinum-certified building. This one-of-a-kind commercial building is located in Edmonton, Alberta and has won awards for building engineering and Innovation. Now formally known as the Primed Mosaic centre due to its recent change in owner ...…
 
Over the last few decades, the skyline of Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur has mushroomed – a conglomeration of skyscrapers highlighted by The Petronas Twin Towers, two of the world’s tallest buildings, now obscure the horizon in this rapidly-developing city. Is all this construction a good thing for the country? And to what extent are developer ...…
 
This week's episode of World Ocean Radio kicks off a multi-part series on the Ocean Literacy Principles. The next eight episodes will provide an anthology of reflections, examples and illustrations that represent responses to the ocean and environmental challenges we face. We will focus not only on ocean science and the ways that the Ocean Lite ...…
 
Knowledge is the only truly infinite resource, and its value multiplies by the number of people who put it to work. How can we put what we know about climate change to work and develop sustainable innovations that either reduce emissions or capture carbon from the atmosphere? And what role might Nori play in accelerating that innovation? Ramez ...…
 
Job creation is just one of the benefits. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
After eight plants closed in California, preterm birth rates fell. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
California. Land of sunshine and seashore. In an effort to protect the state’s magnificent landscape, California has led the country in environmental action. It established strong automobile emission standards. It preserved fragile lands from development. But as climate change fuels megafires across the state and sea level rise threatens the co ...…
 
It could be used to provide fresh water in some arid areas. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
His faith motivated him to go solar. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
This week, shaping the gut microbiota, geoengineering’s effect on farming, and the genetics of fox aggression.
 
The Gang is on summer vacation this week. We'll be back soon with our regular analysis and debate on the stories in energy. Meanwhile, we'd like to introduce you to Political Climate, GTM's newest podcast hosted by Senior Editor Julia Pyper. The show features healthy debates from Republicans and Democrats over the politics of energy and climate ...…
 
The continent’s vast ice sheet could have a big impact on sea-level rise. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
As wildfires rage out of control for yet another summer and the Mueller investigation inches ahead at a seemingly glacial pace, there’s a lot to be down about when it comes to politics and the environment. But this week on Sea Change Radio, we speak to a journalist who’s trying to look at things through a more upbeat lens. By delving into thing ...…
 
As climate change is continually felt everywhere on the planet, how might we protect against the impacts of extreme weather, sea level rise, and more? In this episode of World Ocean Radio we outline the role of insurance companies and the ways in which insurance must adapt as a risk management tool for the world's most vulnerable. Learn more ab ...…
 
Marsupials in Tasmania can get everything they need from the rainforest without destroying it. So, why can’t humans do the same? Brian Von Herzen wants to apply this idea to the ocean and restore the sea life wiped out by climate change via marine permaculture. The way he sees it, if we take care of nature, nature will take care of us. Brian is ...…
 
It’s not just a story about sea-level rise. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
Three farms have already agreed to use it. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
This week on Terra Informa, amidst news of our earliest ever earth overshoot day, Terra Informers Dylan Hall and Amanda Rooney speak with poet Alice Major about her book entitled "Welcome to the Anthropocene".
 
Donate to America Adapts In episode 72 of America Adapts, Doug Parsons talks with the CEO of The Collider Josh Dorfman. The Collider is a non profit organization working with individuals and companies to develop big data climate applications. They also are fostering the development of a climate ‘ecosystem’, through networking and creating a maj ...…
 
Donate to America Adapts In episode 71, we celebrate the two year anniversary of America Adapts! Yes, we’ve been producing episodes for two years, thanks to listeners like you! In this episode, we have a special guest host, Shaun Martin, Senior Director, Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience. Shaun and Doug dig into the history of America Ad ...…
 
Production of animal protein is producing vast amounts of climate-eating gases. But a new generation of companies are creating innovative food products that mimic meat and have much smaller environmental impacts. Some of this mock meat is derived from plants with ingredients designed to replicate the taste and pleasure of chomping into a beef h ...…
 
The city has found a tactic to reduce the temperature of streets by 10°F. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
The flying aircraft are monitoring and mapping sensitive areas. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
The trees are being chopped on the tropical paradise island archipelago that used to have my home on, and the monkeys, pangolins and other animals are in trouble! Jenny Farmer, PHD, researcher and all round legend weighs in to offer Sam solutions to river bank reforestation issues, and it's time for Sam to get involved... We need your help, che ...…
 
There has long been public opposition to deep sea mining, a technology that extracts resources from the ocean floor. In this episode, part two of a 2-part series on deep sea mining, we pick up where we left off by taking on the question of "what's next?" in the wake of the failures of the Nautilus deep sea mining venture in Papua New Guinea. We ...…
 
This week, how a bird sees colour, potential problems with terraforming Mars, and linking extreme weather to our changing climate.
 
Today’s highways aren’t ready for tomorrow’s heat waves. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
When you read about the giant islands of plastic garbage in our oceans, or see time-lapsed photos of diminishing arctic sea ice, in order to stave off the helpless feeling that creeps up into your throat, do you ever reach into your wallet intending to donate to an organization that’s making a difference? But then you may hesitate. To whom shou ...…
 
A big part of public interest in the blockchain can be attributed to a desire to reclaim our digital identities and reintroduce privacy to our online lives. But cryptocurrency remains vulnerable to hackers and cyberattacks. What can we do at the consumer level to protect ourselves from scams and keep our digital assets safe? Roderick Jones is t ...…
 
They think nutrients in farm runoff could feed algae for biofuel. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
This week on Watt It Takes: We’ll hear from Susan Kennedy, the CEO of Advanced Microgrid Solutions, about her transition from politics to behind-the-meter energy storage. Kennedy was an important player in California environmental politics. She influenced some of the biggest pieces of legislation that launched the state’s solar industry and cap ...…
 
Imagine never having to look for the next exit where you can fuel up. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
This week on Terra Informa, we're focusing on looking after the world around us. First, Terra Informer Hannah Cunningham speaks with Sheryl Savard, a trail runner turned activist who will tell us how to responsibly recreate in our local natural spaces. Then, we're bringing back an archive piece where Leila Darwish talks about the use of bioreme ...…
 
Can changing our consciousness hold off the climate apocalypse? When we think about the enormity of climate change and what it’s doing to our planet, it’s easy to get overwhelmed, even shut down, by despair. But is despair such a bad place to be? Or could it be the one thing that finally spurs us to action? A conversation about climate change, ...…
 
This week, David Roberts, a staff writer at Vox, joins the gang to talk about a wide range of topics in the news. How would a good carbon tax work? Are we fooling ourselves thinking Republicans will ever support one? In the absence of a carbon price, is 100% renewable energy good politics? Is it good policy? Should we bail out nuclear? Can rene ...…
 
They want to provide a model for their fans. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
I know, I know. I said the Sustainable Futures Report would be monthly from now on but there's just so much going on. Energy, climate change, reverse vending and what's a Hyperloop? And I've been on Talk Radio again- this time with Mike Graham.
 
It might sound unusual, but the physics are pretty straightforward. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
This week, automata through the ages, problems with pet DNA tests, and a conservation conundrum.
 
Steve Running from the University of Montana helped to invent the field of large-area, quantitative ecology. Steve was also my MS and PhD advisor – a role that doubtless was the most fulfilling of his career. This August, Steve celebrates his retirement with a reunion of lab members and close colleagues — a reunion that I will unfortunately mis ...…
 
Google login Twitter login Classic login