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Examining the strategies and deployments around decarbonisation in hard to abate sectors, we speak with CEOs, heads of corporate strategy, CTOs, Innovation/R&D, project directors & heads of carbon management from around the world. Hosted by Alex Cameron of the Decarbonization Leaders Network and Decarb Connect & produced by Janno Media.
 
This podcast interviews successful entrepreneurs and scientists about newest climate solutions in all sectors (food, agriculture, raw materials, fashion, etc.) to increase awareness to business owners, investors, and private persons. Also to stay positive, engaged and hopeful that this man made problem can be solved by us. Through SUSTAINNOW, listeners learn, get inspired, and get connected with the wider community, and together help build a better future. The podcast was founded in 2021 by ...
 
How can each of us help tackle climate change? Which businesses are bringing innovative solutions to the market to reduce our impact on the planet? And what political & social changes do we require for a true paradigm shift? By interviewing the top scientists, entrepreneurs, activists & politicians, we seek to find answers to all of the above while uncovering the leaders behind our fight for the preservation of our planet.
 
In this Podcast Series of Conscious Citizens, we will learn about the concerning matter of Climate Change. Humanity faces the greatest threat from climate change, and it is important to address this issue as a matter of major concern. We will go through the impact of climate change on Humankind, the solutions that will define our fate, and the technological innovations that can help.
 
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Got Science?

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Got Science?

Union of Concerned Scientists

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Get your science on with the new podcast from the Union of Concerned Scientists. Our hosts take on technology, attacks on science, climate change, and more, as they channel the power of science to make the world a better place.
 
Our goal is to make each of our guests exclaim: "hmmm... that's a good question. I don't know the answer." ...because when that happens, it means you, the listener, may be inspired to learn more beyond the interview and to ask great questions yourself that lead to new insights. In this podcast, we cover, Historical and current Anthropology, Comparative Religion and History
 
Climate 21 - the 21st Century Climate podcast. With a new episode every Wednesday, Climate 21 is a weekly podcast that showcases successful climate emissions reduction strategies. Host Tom Raftery interviews climate change experts, executives from organisations telling their emissions reduction stories, and other stakeholders in the space in order to educate and inspire people to take climate action.
 
UK Research and Innovation brings you hope for the planet in the form of a nine-part podcast.Hosted by broadcast journalist Kim McAllister and featuring experts from across the UK, ‘Emissions: Impossible?’ showcases some of the most ground-breaking research and innovation in climate change. We look at fashion, food, transport, health, space, and more.From eating grasshoppers to turning rubbish into fashion, Kim asks “what can we each do to help get to net zero?”
 
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We Are Here Tomorrow

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Zach Foust and John Mundahl

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Technology is overhauling society before our very eyes! Does that trend scare you, excite you, or something in between? Well, same here. We Are Here Tomorrow explores how the world is changing around us, and where those changes might take us. Through this podcast and fun explainer blog, we’ll investigate the intersection where science meets society, and how we mold the technology that will in turn shape our future. Researched, written, and hosted by (real) engineers and (armchair) researcher ...
 
Some of the world's greatest scientists, doctors and medical researchers share their discoveries and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
Cement production is responsible for approximately 7% of global greenhouse gas emissions and is possibly the hardest to abate sector. In this podcast series, the World Cement Association’s CEO, Ian Riley, talks to industry leaders, experts and technological innovators from across the globe, bringing insights and fresh perspectives on how the cement sector can decarbonise and improve sustainability. Suitable for anyone interested in climate change mitigation and industrial sustainability.
 
Our planet is warming at an unsustainable rate. This climate crisis is being caused by humans and it will take human ingenuity to stop or reverse it... Hardware to Save a Planet explores the technical innovations that are giving us hope in the fight against climate change. Each episode focuses on a specific climate challenge and explores an emerging physical technology solution, with the person bringing it into reality. Hosted by Dylan Garrett, Head of Climate Tech Business at Synapse.
 
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
 
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Whatever your position on climate science may be, there is no question that the media and politicians are pushing a particular narrative. This begs the question: is their portrayal accurate, or is there an ulterior motive? Joining the podcast to help you make up your own mind on this issue is William Happer. As the Cyrus Fogg Brackett Professor of …
 
Jerome Lucaes joins Alex Cameron to talk about the impact of the European energy crisis on industrial co2 strategies. Jerome brings plenty of experience from both RUSAL and Rio Tinto and critical industries on the creation of high-value net zero strategies. Jerome Lucaes is the former Head of Marketing and Sustainability for RUSAL and now leads FFZ…
 
I saw a climate-related post recently from Herman Gyr of the Enterprise Development Group on LinkedIn where he talked about a presentation himself and Lisa Friedman gave at the Business Edge Briefing at Dominican University of California's Institute for Leadership Studies . The presentation offered a reframing of climate challenges and an innovativ…
 
In this episode of Hardware to Save a Planet, Dylan is joined by Dr. Laura Lammers, Founder and CEO of Travertine. They discuss a novel process for generating carbon-negative sulfuric acid that uses sulfate waste from the industry as an input. Dr. Laura Lammers did her Ph.D. at UC Berkeley and has spent many years doing fundamental research to unde…
 
Today's podcast is a little different in that we're tackling two climate-related topics with the one guest: climate anxiety, and water shortages. Marc Cortez is the author of Climaturity - A Journey To The Muddy Climate Middle, as well as being the founder and CEO of water neutrality company Liquid8. I invited him to join me on the podcast to discu…
 
Episode 13 is certain to bring some desired clarity to everyone wondering how the installation of a CO2 pipeline will impact supply. Jim Mullin of Navigator CO2 shares some incredibly educational bits of information surrounding the future plans of what will be one of the largest CO2 pipelines in North America. Jim discusses pipeline footprint, acce…
 
Copper is viewed as a material that will accelerate future aerospace production. For example, the privately funded company Ursa Major delivered a copper-based 3D-printed rocket engine combustion chamber from its additive manufacturing lab in Youngstown, Ohio. A challenge, however, is that the existing supply chain for high temperature metal alloy c…
 
Why is the vast majority of the population not only law-abiding but benevolent, generous, and kind? What differs between these people and those who behave oppositely? And what role does religion play in helping people flourish in different societies? These are the questions that Byron Johnson investigates in his work as a criminologist and Distingu…
 
In todays episode, I am speaking with May Yap, co-founder and CEO of Lithos Carbon. The team's mission is to accelerate mineral weathering at the gigaton scale. They are using volcanic stone basalt to speed up the Earth’s naturally carbon capture process in the soil and ocean. Farmers are spraying individual adapted basalt on their farmland to capt…
 
Steel is responsible for 8% of global co2 each year, and contributes as much as 40% of all industrial co2. Listen in to hear Kajsa Ryttberg-Wallgren’s insights into the at-scale green steel project she’s tasked with and the potential for transforming the global steel value chain. With every ton of steel emitting (on average) 1.85 tons of co2, the i…
 
Climate emissions from the industrial sector are hard to tackle. Many industrial processes require high temperatures traditionally achievable only by burning fossil fuels. Rondo Energy is stepping into the space with their heat battery - a battery that stores energy from intermittent renewables in the form of heat, and then releases it as needed. I…
 
In this episode of Hardware to Save a Planet, Dylan is joined by Claudio Spadacini, Founder and CEO of Energy Dome, to discuss the revolutionary technology Energy Dome develops for large-scale and long-duration grid energy storage. Claudio is an innovator and engineer with a track record of developing disruptive technologies to combat climate chang…
 
Jaeson Cardiff, Founder & CEO of CleanO2, talks with Alex about how they are pursuing the decarbonisation of heat. You’ll explore what microscale carbon capture is and the impact it can have across the millions of appliances in buildings (from hospitals to hotels, condos and other sites). You’ll also find out how their technology captures carbon di…
 
One of the processes with the highest climate emissions is the production of cement and concrete - and one of the largest producers of cement and concrete is the Swiss multinational Holcim. Holcim have some really interesting sustainability initiatives, so I invited their Chief Sustainability Officer Magali Anderson to come on the podcast to tell m…
 
Carbon accounting (measuring and reporting climate emissions) has not traditionally been something SMBs have needed to do. That is starting to change as larger organisations are requiring reporting from their supply chains. One company looking to help SMBs with this is Greenly. They have developed a carbon accounting platform specifically for SMBs …
 
What if we could use the power of DNA to create a sustainable, circular economy? In a talk about breakthrough science, synthetic biologist Jason W. Chin describes his team's work rewriting the genetic blueprint of cells to create a virus-resistant organism -- the largest synthetic genome ever made and a first step towards reimagining what life can …
 
In this episode of Hardware to Save a Planet, Max Mankin, CTO and Co-founder of Modern Electron, and Mothusi Pahl, Vice President of Business Development at Modern Electron, join Dylan Garrett to discuss an innovative technology that decarbonizes natural gas use by converting gas to clean hydrogen at the point of use without CO2 emissions. Modern E…
 
Over the next couple of months, we’ll host a number of guests talking about their perspective on the energy and inflation crisis and its impact on decarbonisation and energy transition plans. In this first conversation on the issue, Ben Moens joins from Engie Impact and explores the impact of the energy crisis on industrials. The discussion explore…
 
In this episode, we have the privilege of chatting with Helene Wecker. Helene is the author of the Mythopoeic Award-winning historical fantasy novel The Golem and the Jinni and its sequel, The Hidden Palace. Today, she joins the podcast to discuss her work, background, and writing process. Helene was an aspiring writer from a young age, and as time…
 
The host of the Net-Zero Carbon podcast, Tyler Cole, joins Catching Carbon this week to talk about renewable diesel, biofuels and their place in aviation, and other tactics to lower the overall carbon intensity in freight and logistics. Although there have been major technological advancements in freight emission reduction over the last 30 years, t…
 
Reducing cities climate emissions is vitally important, but can be challenging due to the politics involved, budgetary constraints, and the complexity of the ecosystems. One company working to help in this space is ClimateView. ClimateView has a software platform that helps cities turn their Climate Action Plans, into Climate Investment Plans by ma…
 
In observance of arts month, get arts and culture updates from Andy Vick, executive director of the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region; and Natalie Johnson, executive director of the Manitou Art Center. Andy shares about the community’s new cultural plan, Arts Vision 2030, and some of the work it has already inspired. Natalie shares about som…
 
Dr. Andy Bannister joins the podcast today to discuss his studies on religion and faith across cultures. Dr. Bannister is the Director of the Solas Centre for Public Christianity, where he regularly speaks and teaches throughout the UK, Europe, Canada, the United States, and the rest of the world. Dr. Bannister is a Christian philosopher who is fas…
 
Catching Carbon welcomes special guest, Bobby Tudor, on episode 11! Bobby Tudor is a Retired Founder and CEO of Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co., and is currently the CEO of Artemis Energy Partners. Bobby brings a breadth of experience to the Carbon Neutral Coalition, where he sits on the board. The CNC was formed with the stated goal of making Texas c…
 
One criticism you regularly hear levelled at batteries for electric vehicles, or for energy storage is the significant climate emissions associated with their production. One company working to fix this, while also keeping the cost down is Norway based Freyr Battery. To learn more I invited their co-founder and CEO Tom Einar Jensen to come on the p…
 
In this episode of Hardware to Save a Planet, Dylan is joined by Moshiel Biton, CEO and Co-founder of Addionics, to discuss Addionics' 3D battery technology that significantly improves battery performance regardless of the chemistry. Moshiel is a deep technical expert in the field. He did his Ph.D. in material science at Imperial College London wit…
 
In episode 10, Catching Carbon welcomes a special guest to the studio to discuss CO2 in the Food and Beverage Industry. Trey Smith, Product Manager at Tomco and Dry Ice Expert, explains how food processors require carbon dioxide from start to finish of their respective processes. From stunning to packaging, this compound is essential for these comp…
 
Mark Virkler joins us today to discuss his work as an author and co-founder of Communion With God Ministries. Mark has a course entitled “4 Keys to Hearing God's Voice” – a guide that helps people to learn how to recognize the Lord speaking and engage in a two-way dialogue with Him. Growing up on a dairy farm in Lowville NY, Mark was saved at the a…
 
Can we use natural processes to suck CO2 back out of the atmosphere? It sounds tempting because the risks of unintended consequences with processes that have been taking place already on the planet for millennia are significantly lower. One such process is weathering, and a company looking to do Enhanced Weathering thereby sucking millions, and hop…
 
In this episode I am speaking with Thomas Folker, creator of the US software Leap. Leap provides an easy market access for distributed energy providers (short DER). This can be your electric vehicle at the charging station at home or a smart thermostat. In a nutshell, your Tesla can trade energy back into the grid and you get money for it. The aim …
 
Ladies and gentlemen, the market is moving, things are happening. And that is our topic.It changes to clear cooperation and the reporting policy as it relates to that here. Seana, she’s got a quick update for you. It’ll be a quick update.So, you know, there’s been discussions on, hey, I see this person and they’re marketing their property, they’re …
 
The line. It’s a brand new development in Saudi Arabia and it’s part of their urban development plan. And we’re going to kind of discuss it because it’s super interesting and a little bit unique. It is definitely a huge real estate development and it’s modernizing the way that they do things, and maybe this is the way the future.I’m really impresse…
 
50 year mortgage five zero 50 year mortgage considered in the UK. Seana I’ve been a big proponent of finding a way to bring down the cost of home ownership and doing it in a logical way.This is one of the things that I talked about a long time ago as interest rates were going up and as home prices are going up. So what do you think the UK said now?…
 
Senate Bill 1588. There’s quite a few things contained within this to do with H0A, right? But what we’re going to discuss right now is what this has to do with just the fencing component.We’re going to break it down. So Senate Bill 1588 was passed last year. And it’s it was put forth in a way to regulate highways. It was felt that they had a little…
 
Are you interested in reducing CO2 emissions? If so, according to the article. More houses is the solution to this? Yep. So that is Shana Acquisto. And she’s a luxury real estate broker. But the idea here, according to worldwide. Rc So worldwide Rc What do they do, Shana?So worldwide. Rc is basically they provide relocation services. They’re a mobi…
 
Quality tips for working with remote clients. Well, so as the world changes, we have clients that we sometimes have met, have never met.And and it’s hard. How do you build that connection, that strong connection that you typically get when you meet in person? You’re having to do it.So let’s go ahead. I ran across an article and it had some good ide…
 
Well, hey there. Paul Foster, I got a question for you. It’s going to be the most often overlooked and costly repair item on a home inspection that buyers often look at. And the question really is like the buyers like ad, don’t worry about that one. The realtor says, I gotcha. That’s okay. Right. And they kind of overlook it because you’re looking …
 
Home inspections for investors, investment buyers specifically. This is Paul Foster of Noble Home. Noble Property Inspections. And I’m Mike Acquisto. We’re interviewing him, discussing home inspections from the investment standpoint.So we were just talking that there is an alarming amount. Well, from my words, I guess an alarming amount of home ins…
 
Hey there, Paul. Let’s talk about costly repair items and specifically possibly the most costly one. We just talked about foundations, and that can be expensive. But there’s others that are potentially more expensive.You know, in my opinion, I think the roofs are probably the most expensive coming in with the foundation shortly after that and then …
 
Did. You know there’s all different types of home inspection software and we have a home inspector with us. Paul is here to discuss the different types of home inspection software and the templates that reside in it. As a real estate broker, I just thought Home Inspector. And then I thought about track the track, home inspection, right? And I never…
 
The top seven real estate markets for stability next calendar year. We’re going to take a look at that and see where these markets are calendar year.For 2023, right. Because what we’ve had is we’ve had growth, we’ve had things go on, we have inflation going on now. We have all these different concerns and sometimes you’re just like, can it be stabl…
 
Hey there, McKinney. You guys need some more roads, and I think we’re going to get them that Shana Acquisto and she’s super excited about new roads, aren’t you?I am so excited. And I always love a great infrastructure project.So let’s go ahead and talk about it. We have an article to share.And we’ll get to it. So tell me, Shana.So, you know, McKinn…
 
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