Best Co2 podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Anthony Day and guests making sense of sustainability
 
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
 
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60-Second Earth
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Leading science journalists provide a weekly one-minute report on the science of the environment and the future of energy. Scientific American offers three other podcasts: the daily "60-Second Science" and the weekly "60-Second Psych" as well as "Science Talk." To view all our archived podcasts please visit: www.scientificamerican.com/podcast
 
The inspiration, design, and science of aquascaping and the planted aquarium.
 
We aim to cover the critical scientific research on climate change and it's implications for humanity. We also discuss Environmental topics within Politics and Business, as well as campaign groups such as VHEMT. Episodes are released monthly and available via iTunes or any other podcast provider of choice. I don't ask for donations or advertise, please show your support for the show (and help more people find it) by subscribing and leaving a 5* review!
 
Check out the Green Alternative for environment news in Australia and around the world. The Environment Society of Australia has no political or financial affiliations, it is a volunteer community organisation working for the environment.
 
Have you ever thought about how far the contents of your supermarket basket have travelled to get to you, how this impacts on our planet’s systems? It's no secret that climate change is caused by our over-dependence on fossil fuels...so what can we do about it? This is an album with a difference; YOU get the chance to find out how YOUR personal shopping choices are affecting the climate. How addicted to fossil fuels are you? Using the interactive video feature, start off on track 2 and follo ...
 
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Goals. This special episode is mainly about goals. But not football. About the SDGs, the sustainable development goals from the United Nations and about how they relate to business. And as an extra extra, at the very end of this edition I've included the interview I did recently with Julia Hartley Brewer on Talk Radio. She wanted to talk about ...…
 
This time I interview Martin Baxter, Chief Policy Advisor at the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment about the Institute's response to the government's proposals for environmental regulation after Brexit. There's news from Canada where the government has just bought up a pipeline which some see as an expensive white elephant. I ...…
 
We’re back! Ja & Shawn catch up on a variety of aquascaping topics.
 
This month’s episode is all about change. (OK, not that sort of change) The government is making it easier for fracking and plans to make it more difficult to own a wood burning stove. It's cleaning up cars, eventually, (although it's told us that once already) and it's promising world-beating environmental standards post Brexit, but a lot of p ...…
 
First of all there's news of a net improvement in the volume of plastics in the oceans. Barclays are still banking on fossil fuels and I can tell you about the enchanted forest which made some environmentalists very disenchanted indeed. Spurs, the football team plans to kick single-use plastic into touch. In Scotland there is a new tidal projec ...…
 
In this episode I'm looking at pension funds, plastics and population. There's good news and bad news on fracking, there is controversy in Canada about clean water, and ISDS, which I mentioned last time, has had a day in court. It seems that no one can stop Juliana, not even Donald Trump. Since the last episode we've had World Water Day, Earth ...…
 
Introducing this episode with Goodbye Beautiful World by Michael Anzilotti. This time I'm going to talk about rubbish, about free solar panels and batteries and cars in space. About growing food in the desert, about Boris Johnson, the UK Foreign Secretary, and agricultural standards after Brexit. About who’s getting pressure from Greenpeace and ...…
 
A few of the Sustainability stories which have come up since the last episode and my plans for 2018. That includes preparing for SSCC19 and researching for a PhD. More at sscc19.com and the text of this episode is at www.sustainablefutures.report
 
Dr. Richard Nolthenius has a background in thermal engineering and astronomy. He currently runs the Astronomy Program at Cabrillo College, Santa Cruz California. He also lecturers and has been a visiting researcher for UC Santa Cruz since 1987. He describes his professional transition in to climate science as “quite a shock, not necessarily a p ...…
 
Have a look at the 43 episodes I produced this year.
 
Campaigner, environmentalist, author and journalist George Monbiot talks to Manda Scott about his latest book.
 
Dr. Richard Nolthenius has a background in thermal engineering and astronomy. He currently runs the Astronomy Program at Cabrillo College, Santa Cruz California. He also lecturers and has been a visiting researcher for UC Santa Cruz since 1987. He describes his professional transition in to climate science as “quite a shock, not necessarily a p ...…
 
Challenges and opportunities for the copper industry and its role at the centre of the low carbon economy. Balancing environmental constraints with the growing demand for the world's best conductor of electricity and heat. Text at sustainablefutures.report
 
It's lighter than air, it burns without a flame, it can pass through metals. Is hydrogen the fuel of the future?
 
Coal, CO2, Disruptive Innovation, Worried Scientists and Pacific Warriors. Find the full text and links at www.sustainablefutures.report
 
COP 23, the annual climate conference, is running in Bonn, Germany. We have a report from a man on the ground. The US is not participating, at least not in a positive way; the UN is warning of an emissions gap while levels of CO2 and methane are racing ahead. Should we be driving electric cars? They’re clean, aren’t they? Some claim that they a ...…
 
The history and purpose of the Sustainable Futures Report as it nears its 200th edition.
 
Dr. Richard Nolthenius has a background in thermal engineering and astronomy. He currently runs the Astronomy Program at Cabrillo College, Santa Cruz California. He also lecturers and has been a visiting researcher for UC Santa Cruz since 1987. He describes his professional transition in to climate science as “quite a shock, not necessarily a p ...…
 
Two giants sit down for a chat: George Farmer & Jeff Senske of Aquarium Design Group. Aquarium Design Group: http://www.aquariumdesigngroup.com/ ADG on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adgonline/
 
In London it could be time for tea, or you could be better off on a bike. Yvonne Teo tells us about her sustainable adventures on a bike. Have you checked your carbon footprint? Best foot forward!
 
This week the British government published its Clean Growth strategy. Australia updated its energy policy as well. Both will be controversial. One of the major oil companies has seen the light and finds it’s electric. Talking of seeing the light, a famous journalist seems to have had a Damascene conversion. Will the Daily Mail allow him to writ ...…
 
So what's new and sustainable? This week it’s about Our Ocean and the Prince and the plastic bottles, billions of them. More about plastic straws, too. Could the wind be changing? Had you heard that the war is over? That’s the American war on coal. It seems the EPA is fighting a rearguard action. In Siberia they’re using wood - too much of it b ...…
 
Tim Garrett is Professor of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Utah who's research focus is the physics of clouds. Professor Garrett joins Steven to discuss his work, and model, which shows a consistent link between the global economy and climate change. Professor Garrett's model indicates the constant requirement of 9.7 Watts to support ...…
 
This week: Plan B.Earth and why another group is out to sue the government No fracking in Scotland Why London’s mayor is putting out fires Energy from evaporation Electric planes More on drinking straws Why the diesel market is all at sea Let’s bring back heavy metal And Drawdown. Is this the most comprehensive plan ever proposed to reverse glo ...…
 
The Met Office says the slowdown in global warming is over, but does everyone believe it? Is climate change a really urgent issue? Carbonbrief takes issue with the Daily Mail over this. Are we doing enough recycling? The Marine Conservation Society sees straws in the wind, but sadly they’re plastic. The British government announces a Green Fina ...…
 
In this wide-ranging discussion with Anthony Day, Karl Coplan talks about measuring your carbon footprint and sharing it with friends, whether hurricanes are caused by climate change, whether the US administration will change its position on the climate and how he lives the good life with a carbon footprint of only four tons.…
 
George Farmer, Hiep Hong, J Art, & Shawn talk about the things they wish they knew when they started aquascaping.
 
Shooting the breeze or shooting the hurricane. Is that a good idea? We’ll find out. Whatever you do, don’t mention climate change. At least not at the EPA, although perhaps you should mention it in the confessional and it may be brought up in court. Careful how you cross the road! Carbon Tracker believes that those electric cars could be arrivi ...…
 
This week Shawn & J talk about algae and why they don’t talk about it on the show.
 
Time to mine the asteroids for scarce resources or should we be developing a circular economy closer to home? Or is space travel for holidays? Virgin Galactica passengers have paid their $250,000 fares but have been waiting in the departure lounge now for some years. Meanwhile, back on earth the future’s electric (should I buy a new car?) inner ...…
 
The Voluntary Human Extinction Movement (VHEMT) is a 'radical' environmental movement who believe that the voluntary choice to not create more humans is the only viable method to save the planet from environmental catastrophe. In this Episode of the Environmental Professionals Postulating Podcast, Steven is joined by Les Knight, the founder / d ...…
 
The Sustainable Futures Report is back with a review of Al Gore’s latest film, wildfires in unexpected places, earth overshoot day, hydrogen in a Belgian supermarket and a bright idea from Nottingham Trent University. Well done, Dylan, but will it wash? Don’t forget to sign up for the Going Green Working Group Conference 2017. Links to all this ...…
 
This week, Shawn’s rebuttal to a recent video on RO water from a very popular online fish guy.
 
Karim M. Morsy, Co-author of a recent publication titled "Groundwater and Dependent Ecosystems: Revealing the Impacts of Climate Change" joins Steven to discuss the effects Climate Change upon an often ignored, vital eco system. To read the full publication, click here or visit http://www.ripublication.com/ijaer17/ijaerv12n13_50.pdf . --------- ...…
 
This week, J gives a quick update and Shawn has a public service announcement for the aquascaping community.
 
Quite a lot to catch up on before I close down for a month. Apparently co-housing makes you happy but some people are quite cross and railing at the British Government’s transport policies. They’ve also announced a new energy policy, which does seem to have confused the BBC somewhat. Is wind power all at sea, and if you’re recycling - you certa ...…
 
What can I do about climate change? Does it make any difference if I recycle? How can I affect global challenges when there are multinational corporations which seem to be set in the opposite direction? Can we really do anything about population, pollution and climate change? How can I help? Burning questions and suggested answers.…
 
Here’s what I’ll be talking about today: Donald Trump at the G20 and his relationships with Ivanka, Theresa, Angela - and Juliana. The wildfires in Canada, Arizona, California and Utah. The new Tesla battery, the new Tesla battery plant and the new Tesla battery-powered Model 3. What the lady on the train told me. Why there’s a new threat to th ...…
 
Luke and I discuss the pro’s and con’s of eating meat, specifically the environmental impacts of our demand for meat. ---------- Join the discussion on the environmental professionals postulating facebook group. All episodes coupled with (quite frankly utterly bizarre) computer generated transcripts, and the option to leave comments on each epi ...…
 
What Climate Issues Are You Most Concerned With?Just the thought of climate issues makes me tense a little. I know I'm not the only one. What if we already have innovative solutions to our climate... climate, greenhouse effect, global warming, climate change, greenhouse gasses, global climate change, effects of global warming, causes of global ...…
 
Hear what Tony O'Donnell of Cambium LLP has to say about the future of sustainability in this world of challenges, opportunities and innovation.
 
This week we return once again to energy; sustainable energy, clean energy and renewable energy. We also look at incredibly expensive energy and very unlikely energy. Community Energy Fortnight, running from 24th June to 9th July has kept me quite busy this last week. There’s news from the Amazon, news from Hinkley and news from the Mexican bor ...…
 
We live in challenging times. There is much to be said about the UK political landscape, but for the Sustainable Futures Report I limit myself to sustainability and futures. That doesn't rule out of politics altogether of course, because I am going to talk in more detail about the appointment of Michael Gove as Secretary of State for the enviro ...…
 
I am joined again by my wife Iv, so you don’t have to listen to my monotonous tones constantly. It turns out Climate change isn’t just causing the glaciers to melt and driving 200 species to extinction every day, it’s also a major threat to international security. According to Major General Munir Muniruzzaman who is the chairman of the Global M ...…
 
I recently had the pleasure of hearing Professor Andy Heyes talk on sustainable energy. He's agreed to share his thoughts with listeners to the Sustainable Futures Report. We spoke about renewables, wind, tidal and solar. We looked at innovative ways of managing demand. We discussed whether Drax is really green. Listen now or read the transcrip ...…
 
Luke & Steven discuss some potential impacts of the United Kingdom exit from the European Union, specifically with regard to managing environmental issues across the UK. There's no denying that the majority of current UK environmental law has come down from the European Union (EU). The EU has introduced policies and laws dealing with all sorts ...…
 
Donald Trump has finally decided to break with Paris and repercussions were felt as far away as Pittsburg. He's still being pursued by Juliana and really didn’t appreciate Emmanuel Macron giving him a hand. Al Gore is making last-minute changes to his latest film, Ellen MacArthur is offering a prize, Robert Llewellyn is leading the Great Villag ...…
 
Yes, it's the report you’ve all been waiting for: my analysis of the different promises on sustainability in the UK election manifestoes from the main parties. I’ll tell you who I’m going to vote for and why. I also include a guide to the UK electoral system for those of my many listeners who are based outside the UK. Text and links at anthonyd ...…
 
We’re back and better than ever! Shawn and I welcome George Farmer and Hiep Hong to The Aquascaping Podcast team. Shawn talks about what ‘grinds his gears’ and George interviews Oliver Knott.
 
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