Best Climate podcasts we could find (Updated August 2018)
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Yale Climate Connections takes a solutions-based approach to climate change and its impacts, with a focus on actions being taken by individuals and entities to help reduce associated risks.
The Heartland Institute podcast featuring scientists, authors, and policy experts who take the non-alarmist, climate-realist position on environment and energy policy. Hosted by H. Sterling Burnett and Isaac Orr.
The Climate History Podcast features interviews with some of the most interesting people in climate change research, journalism, and policymaking. It is hosted by Dr. Dagomar Degroot, a professor of environmental history at Georgetown University. It is the official podcast of the Climate History Network and the popular website
Hello Climate Change
Hi, I'm Amy, an ordinary white middle-class American waking up to climate change. Join me and my loved ones as we grapple with this most critical issue and work to reclaim our power as citizens.
Greg Dalton is changing the conversation on energy, economy and the environment by offering candid discussion from climate scientists, policymakers, activists, and concerned citizens. By gathering inspiring, credible, and compelling information, he provides an essential resource to change-makers looking to make a difference.
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 week, Doug sits down with thinkers, 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 futu ...
environmental issues, global warming articles, global warming effects, causes of climate change, what climate change is, what climate change is not, green clean energy, accelerators
long format interviews with Nature's editor for climate science, Michael White
Climate Cast
MPR News meteorologist Paul Huttner with the latest research on our changing climate.
Climate Conversations is the weekly climate change podcast from ClimateX, an online community focused on climate learning, discussion, and action. You can also find us on iTunes at
A quick look into the science of climate change.
Political Climate
A biweekly and bipartisan podcast on energy and environmental politics in America. Political Climate goes beyond the echo chambers and brings you civil conversations, fierce debates and insider perspectives, with hosts and guests from across the political spectrum. Join Democrat and Republican energy experts Brandon Hurlbut and Shane Skelton, along with Greentech Media Senior Editor Julia Pyper, as we explore how energy and environment policies get made.
A special series from KQED's "The California Report" providing in-depth coverage of climate-related science and policy issues from a California perspective.
Adaptation to Climate Change
A podcast on climate politics for the 99%, brought to you by Dissent magazine.
The Open Learning Campus provides convenient and reliable access to the latest developments in topics, which address complex, real-world issues in priority areas such as governance, health, cities, climate change and public private partnerships.
Climate Scientists
An informal, long-format podcast capturing conversations between climate scientists on their lives - how they became scientists, how they navigate their daily lives, and what drives them.
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.
The Climate Minute
The Climate Minute examines current news on global warming, climate change, renewable energy and the prospects for progress on international negotiations, carbon taxes and clean energy policy.
A podcast about the different people, technologies, and organizations that are coming together to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and reverse climate change. We also talk about blockchains.
Paul chats with climate and sustainability experts from the UK, Europe, and the rest of the globe. Each episode brings a unique view from the sustainability 'trenches' with insights on how our world actually works.The show aims to shift focus from climate change to the 'Climate Changers' - the people doing important sustainability work & those with valuable advice on how we can live more sustainably. Full show & show notes can be found on
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Podcast by Climate Change Quotidien
The Climate Workshop Podcast is dedicated to working through the challenges of the climate change crisis, from the uncharted to the unthinkable. Hosted by Tim DeChristopher and Peter Bowden. #ClimateChange
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
Climate Hacks
Buying More Stuff Won't Make you Happy! That's what I wanted to call this show, but it's too long. Most of us are pretty aware of GMO-free and organic foods...but what about the other products we use in the course of a day? How do they affect the environment? The wine we drink, the flowers we put on the table, the soap we use to bathe, and the lotion we use afterwards...everything has an impact. I hope to educate and inspire YOU to make small changes in your daily habits, so we can, together ...
The Open Learning Campus provides convenient and reliable access to the latest developments in topics, which address complex, real-world issues in priority areas such as governance, health, cities, climate change and public private partnerships.
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 For more information on CKUT, you can visit
Climate Wise Agriculture provides a forum for information and experiences to be exchanged in order to build a greater understanding of climate change as it relates to agricultural industries across the globe, and to inspire well-informed people to create positive change and help ensure resilient and sustainable farming and food systems.
Climate Minnesota aims to increase public awareness around local climate change impacts and to build community resiliency, through a combination of science, stories and place-based solutions that encompass the broad range of impacts that Minnesotans are seeing now.
Official podcast for climate heroes from Citizens' Climate Lobby. We're creating the political will for a livable world.
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
Climate Cash
Over three episodes, WWF-Australia's Conservation Director Dr Gilly Llewellyn speaks with business, government and community experts to explore how climate change impacts are threatening Southeast Asia and the Pacific region. Importantly, the podcasts examine what role Australia can play in building resilience, ensuring economic stability and creating sustainable growth opportunities in the region.
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"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 ...
A monthly podcast for climate advocates hosted by Peterson Toscano. Become a better climate communicator. The show features Interviews, climate change artists, & a puzzler question. A project of Citizens' Climate Education
Podcast by Florence School of Regulation
The Elephant
Welcome to The Elephant! A podcast investigating solutions to the greatest problem of our time: climate change. Supported by Climate-KIC
Trying to be part of the solution not part of the problem. A podcast following the difficulties of having a modern family, business and trying to leave the world in a better state than we got it. Genuine advice and experience for those who strive to lead a sustainable life.
The Climate Desk is a journalistic collaboration dedicated to exploring the impact - human, environmental, economic, political - of a changing climate. Partners included The Atlantic, The Center for Investigative Reporting, Grist, Mother Jones, Slate, Wired and PBS's Need to Know. Our podcast is hosted by Need to Know's Alison Stewart and features experts on the issue.
Bringing you the finest in energy and climate discussion
The latest climate change news and debates and what it's like to cover them from the E&E newsroom. Why Climate Lede? A "lede" in journalism is the juicy bit at the top of a story that entices you to find out more.Climate Lede is hosted by the editor and deputy editor of Climatewire, a publication of E&E News focused on the policy, business and science of climate change.E&E News provides original and compelling journalism on energy and the environment in five daily publications that keep top ...
Nature Podcast
The Nature Podcast brings you the best stories from the world of science each week. We cover everything from astronomy to zoology, highlighting the most exciting research from each issue of Nature journal. We meet the scientists behind the results and providing in-depth analysis from Nature's journalists and editors. 999526
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Climate Solved
Climate change may seem like an insurmountable challenge. But while politics and passions paint a bleak picture of inaction, Carbon Lighthouse recognizes climate change as just another problem — and problems are meant to be solved. Many of the tools for profit-driven carbon elimination already exist — what matters is finding the combination of willpower, business sense, and financial structure that make it possible. Climate Solved is a podcast celebrating the ideas and collaborations that ma ...
Climate Monitor
Earth's Climate Channel is devoted to revealing climate and sea level rise risks and sharing solutions. Climate Monitor stream broadcasts on Roku TV, Amazon Fire TV with Alexa, and is on the web at Become a supporter of this podcast:
Climate Exchange
Podcast by Climate Exchange
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Climate Stew
The climate change show that takes a serious look at global warming but doesn't try to scare the snot out of you. Explore your role on a new planet with your host, Peterson Toscano
Chris Hayes delivers the biggest news and political stories of the day with a commitment to in-depth reporting that consistently seeks to hold our leaders accountable for their actions. Join him as he has brings the nation’s officials, legislators, policymakers, and local activists to the table to address key issues affecting communities across America.
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More allegations from the ever-unreliable Omarosa elicit a desperate reaction from Trump World. Then, on day 11 of the Manafort trial, the defense doesn't call a single witness. Plus, it's election night in America with Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont.
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
To cool the world and also boost plant growth, geo-engineered crops might do the trick. But if they work by dimming the sunlight, the plants will suffer. A report by Tim Radford, of the Climate News Network, from London, August 13, 2018. Narrated by Mitch Chester. Become a supporter of this podcast:…
The President and his team are now changing their stories about the infamous Trump Tower meeting as the Mueller investigation closes in. Then, the prosecution rests on Day 10 of the Manafort trial. Plus, the secret recordings by one of the president's "best people."
Climate change presents a dilemma. Inaction means ultimate catastrophe. But before then, an ill-considered climate strategy could harm the poorest even more. A report by Tim Radford of the Climate News Network, from London, August 10, 2018. Become a supporter of this podcast:…
After eight plants closed in California, preterm birth rates fell. Learn more at
Oceanographer Alex Brearley joins me to talk about measuring mixing in the ocean, his upcoming research cruise, and his pathway into science.
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
His faith motivated him to go solar. Learn more at
During this hour-long Climate Cast special, MPR Chief Meteorologist Paul Huttner will talk to experts about "climate capitalism," the best words to use when talking climate and where Minnesota is at when it comes to emissions goals.
This week, shaping the gut microbiota, geoengineering’s effect on farming, and the genetics of fox aggression.
The continent’s vast ice sheet could have a big impact on sea-level rise. Learn more at
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
Political tribalism has created gridlock on climate policy — even more so than the polarization on climate science — according to a new peer-reviewed study. If that’s the case, is there any hope of action any time soon? Tensions are running high. It’s officially less than 100 days until the 2018 midterm election. Democrats are angry and hell-be ...…
Three farms have already agreed to use it. Learn more at
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
The flying aircraft are monitoring and mapping sensitive areas. Learn more at
Plus, a good way to visualize climate change and how a chemistry teacher realized he needed to start talking about it.
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 ...…
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
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
Imagine never having to look for the next exit where you can fuel up. Learn more at
Polar climate scientist Caroline Holmes joins me to talk about sea ice in climate models, growing up in a social justice household, and her pathway into science.
Super Storm Sandy shocked the New York Metropolitan area in 2012. By some freak coincidence, right before this epic storm hit, Edgar Westerhof, moved to New York City from the Netherlands. Not only does he come from a country that knows a lot about flooding, Edgar is an expert in integrated urban water management. Since Sandy, Edgar has become ...…
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, ...…
They want to provide a model for their fans. Learn more at
It might sound unusual, but the physics are pretty straightforward. Learn more at
In Minnesota, climate change means more flash floods from extreme rainfall events. Plus, a climate voice from the Leech Lake Reservation and New York's plan to build a massive flood barrier.
What does the rise of millennials mean for climate action? Will this plugged-in generation make climate change a priority? Can they find common ground between liberals and conservatives to solve this issue collectively? Millennials are on the brink of becoming the largest generation in America. That means they will have an enormous impact on U. ...…
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 ...…
One expert calls it a “highly degraded ecosystem”. Learn more at
The State of Washington is a clear leader in technology innovation and carbon-free energy, so it is fitting the Nori chose Seattle for its headquarters. To learn more about the state’s leadership in the climate change space and cryptocurrency regulations, we are speaking with Joseph Williams and Brian Young with the Washington State Department ...…
He was inspired by the example set by his brother. Learn more at
As demand rises, costs are falling rapidly. Learn more at
In episode 70 of America Adapts, Doug Parsons celebrates two years of America Adapts by talking with Dr. Natasha DeJarnett, a policy analyst in the American Public Health Association’s (APHA) Center for Public Health Policy. Natasha leads the Natural Environment portfolio focusing on water, air and climate change. Doug and Natasha cover such to ...…
Strategic Adviser for Geographic Society, Andrew Revkin, has been writing about climate change since the 1980s, including 21 years for The New York Times. So what are some things he’s learned in those three decades? How has he learned to best tell the story? As New Yorker writer Elizabeth Kolbert knows all too well, covering climate change is j ...…
Sam's about to lose his house, and one of his favourite places on earth as they get flooded in the enormous Isimba Hydropower reservoir... listen in as he shares his thoughts from the last days of a slice of tropical paradise.
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