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TILclimate

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TILclimate

MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative

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Climate change is confusing. This award-winning MIT podcast breaks down the science, technologies, and policies behind climate change, how it’s impacting us, and what our society can do about it. Each quick episode gives you the what, why, and how on climate change — from real scientists — to help us all make informed decisions for our future.
 
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A Matter of Degrees

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A Matter of Degrees

Leah Stokes, Katharine Wilkinson

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Give up your climate guilt. Sharpen your curiosity. This show is for the climate-curious people who know climate change is a problem, but are trying to figure out how to tackle it. We’re telling stories about the levers of power that have created the problem -- and the tools we have to fix it.
 
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HLS Environmental & Energy Law Program

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The Harvard Law School Environmental & Energy Law Program influences policy discussions about environmental, climate, and energy issues. The EELP offers robust legal analysis and practical governance solutions that will move these discussions forward.
 
Delve into topical issues in zoology, conservation and the environment, from saving species and protecting the planet, to finding out about the animals living across the globe, including in London’s own river Thames. Learn more about the science behind the conservation work being done by ZSL and others, in this podcast from ZSL’s Institute of Zoology. Hosted by Dr Monni Böhm.
 
Welcome to the podcast 'Advancing Sustainable Solutions', produced by the IIIEE at Lund University. The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE) is an interdisciplinary research and education institute located in Lund, Sweden with activities focusing on the transition to low-carbon and resource efficient economies. In this podcast, we will share ongoing research and activities through engaging conversation that is relatable and applicable to our daily lives. In ...
 
The SpheraNOW podcast tackles safety, sustainability and productivity issues wherever they may be. We bring in experts from Sphera and from around the globe to address some of the challenges people and companies are dealing with around the world.
 
Discussing solutions to the issues of modernity: > How to integrate technologies of the future and stories from the past to develop a sustainable path forward? > Are there current educational systems which can be better used to inspire critical and creative thought? > What effect does the internet have as mediator to our relationships of self, of community, and of environment?
 
CIFOR conducts global research on forest and climate change, adaptation, redd, indigenous groups, deforestation, gender, dry forests, food security, illegal logging, governance, biodiversity. The Center for International Forestry Research is a nonprofit, global facility dedicated to advancing human wellbeing, environmental conservation and equity. We conduct research that enables more informed and equitable decision making about the use and management of forests in less-developed countries. ...
 
Exclusive energy insights & analysis. Engage with our experts as we explore the complex environment that shapes global energy markets. Follow our two podcast series- Upstream in Perspective, which focuses on trends within the upstream industry- and EnergyCents, which features our experts discussing the intersection of the financial and energy industries.
 
Biophilia is the innate connection that human beings seek with the natural world. Join the conversation around the growing biophilic movement to understand, elevate, and amplify biophilic solutions across a broad range of industries. Hosts Monica Olsen and Jennifer Walsh pose questions centered around finding common-sense solutions to some of society's biggest problems. How can we take local and global actions that nurture the living, social, and economic systems that will sustain future gen ...
 
A weekly public affairs show that delivers news and views about the most critical environmental issues across California and globally. From agriculture and wildlife to energy and climate change, industrial pollution to design solutions, Terra Verde brings you stories of struggle and triumph that will determine the future of our planet.
 
Welcome to the Coming Clean Project, the all-thing’s environmental toxins podcast. Providing you solutions for cleaner living.We are joined by free thinkers, mavericks, trailblazers and irreverent nonconformists that are unapologetically putting their finger in the air to the status quo all in the spirit of changing the world for the cleaner.
 
Three times winner of the Publisher Podcast Awards, including Best Technology Podcast, Engineering Matters celebrates the work of engineers who use ingenuity, practicality, science, theory and determination to build a better world. In the UK alone 5.7million people work in engineering related enterprises from manufacturing and agriculture to construction and transportation. Their work ensures that the country has sustainable power supplies, better connectivity between cities, increasing effi ...
 
Our biweekly podcast features provocative discussions and thoughtful exploration of innovations in science, technology, the environment, and everything in between. Our guests include thought-leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs, activists, and experts in the global innovation economy.
 
With a business vision and a green initiative to replace older methods of plastic manufacturing, aimed at providing sustainable environment-friendly plastic solutions for industrial usages, “Nidhi Enterprises” was founded in 1980 as a manufacturer, supplier, and trader of plastic granules and recyclable plastic scrap. With a mission to emerge as a leader in supplying ecology-friendly plastic granules driven with persistent research, quality delivery, and commitment towards a sustainable envi ...
 
NatureScot presents podcasts that celebrate Scotland's nature and landscapes. In each episode you'll find numerous ways to connect with - and protect - our amazing natural world. We want to inspire everyone to join the fight against climate change and reverse nature loss. Immerse yourself and #MakeSpaceForNature in your life. www.nature.scot
 
The Institute for Energy Research (IER) is a not-for-profit organization that conducts intensive research and analysis on the functions, operations, and government regulation of global energy markets. IER maintains that freely-functioning energy markets provide the most efficient and effective solutions to today’s global energy and environmental challenges and, as such, are critical to the well-being of individuals and society.
 
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Energy Examined

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Energy Examined

Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers

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Energy Examined is a podcast that examines energy issues that impact Canada and the world. We tackle questions regarding growing global energy demand, the transition toward a lower-carbon future, and the role innovation and sustainable approaches can play at finding solutions to meet the economic, environmental and social priorities of all Canadians.
 
EcoJustice Radio presents environmental and climate stories from a social justice frame, featuring voices not necessarily heard on mainstream media. Our purpose is to amplify community voices, broaden the reach of grassroots-based movements, and inspire action. We aim to educate on and provide solutions for social and environmental justice and climate issues that challenge human health and wild landscapes across the USA, and around the world. Our co-hosts Jessica Aldridge and Carry Kim prese ...
 
This podcast, hosted by Frank Demming, has been created to help any local business (law firms, dentists, chiropractors, med-spas, HVAC companies, home improvement companies, etc) market their respective businesses effectively by using proven digital marketing strategies. It will help you with what is working now, and what strategies you should consider ditching. We discuss topics like Social Media, Paid Advertising (PPC), Display Advertising, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), how to effectiv ...
 
Welcome to Through the Kaleidoscope, your portal to possibilities & soul-satisfying solutions! Get ready to embark on an inspired & magical journey in your quest for a whole you perspective. We'll combine and blend imagination, inspiration and intuition to help you find focus, clarity and momentum as your life’s priorities shift, pivot and evolve. You’ll enjoy our weekly, monthly and annual forecasts, messages designed and created by blending together color theory, energy healing, and angeli ...
 
Sustainable World Radio brings you interviews with experts from around the globe; teachers, designers, environmentalists, and earth activists who learn from and work with Nature. Listen to episodes about Permaculture, organic gardening, herbal medicine, plants, fungi, earth repair, natural building, regenerative farming, sustainability, and ethnobotany. Tune in to discover positive solutions to environmental challenges; solutions that adhere to the Permaculture ethics of Earth Care, People C ...
 
Bringing together healthcare providers, business leaders and forward thinkers at the intersection of healthcare and real estate to explore optimizing human, property, or professional performance. In conversations with innovators, industry disruptors and strategy masters inspired by progressive medical procedures, health & wellness therapies and investment real estate solutions we analyze how to deliver better patient care using medical office buildings, surgery centers, urgent care centers a ...
 
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Researchers say too many deer and invasive plants are threatening the long-term survival of Pa.'s forests. A filmmaker of a new documentary about a massive effort to clean up a Western Pa. river says it's a hopeful story. The author of a book about individual liberty and private property rights argues that signing a gas lease shouldn't be one of th…
 
The truth about the US Indian boarding school policy has largely been written out of the history books. Started in the 1800s across the US and Canada, Indian Boarding schools were government-funded and often church-run. The goal? Forced assimilation of Native children into white society under the belief of “Kill the Indian, Save the Man,” which sti…
 
On the Local News Roundup: months after being suspended following complaints from students and parents about how allegations of sexual assault have been handled, the principal at Myers Park High School is reassigned. Charlotte City Council takes its first look at what will be a topic of conversation for many months — the Unified Development Ordinan…
 
Julie Cielo is the founder of Ferm Fatale, a shrub kombucha mocktail company offered in sustainable packaging. She started Ferm Fatale to replace alcoholic drinks with something much healthier for our gut. Julie walks us through her autoimmune journey that led her into taking control of her own health and wellness while giving us tips on how to do …
 
The fossil fuel industry has known about climate change for half a century. It has also known that the burning of fossil fuels drives climate change, and that public understanding of this fact would be bad for business. So rather than acknowledging the reality of the climate crisis, Big Oil took a different tact – it actively spread misinformation.…
 
For this No-Till Farmer podcast, we caught up with Anthony Bly, Soils Field Specialist with South Dakota State University Extension, who was a presenter at the event. In an interview with associate editor Sarah Hill, Anthony discusses the interconnected relationship between water and soil, how cover crops fit into profitable cropping systems, the i…
 
Around the world, local people fight to maintain their way of life and habitats. In Cameroon, the Baka people are being driven out of their forests by logging and mining. In the US, a new lithium mine threatens to infringe on Indigenous sacred sites. And in Sierra Leone, an expensive, internationally-funded industrial fishing habor could ruin resid…
 
This week on Carbon Removal Newsroom, we’re back with a policy-focused episode with panelists Dr. Holly Jean Buck of the University at Buffalo, Chris Barnard of the American Conservation Coalition and host Radhika Moolgavkar of Nori. First up, we’re discussing an essay from Harvard professor David Keith in the New York Times titled, “What’s the Lea…
 
Ideas, Energized Podcast Series Presented by Larta Institute Hosted by David Berokoff, Director, Energy Practice, Larta Institute In Episode 1, Part 1 Dr. Jack Brouwer, Professor at UC Irvine & Energy System Dynamics Expert joins David Berokoff to discuss existing net-zero carbon technologies, the history of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies, the…
 
“Dangerous Distractions and Canada’s “Net Zero” Emission Targets” with Marc LeeThis week this program looks at the “Net Zero” greenhouse gas emissions reduction pledges that have come to occupy a central place in Canada’s federal climate action plans as well as international discussions taking place under the leadership of the United Nations.While …
 
Transitioning United States power and gas markets to a net-zero economy requires coordinate policy and infrastructure strategies that don’t neglect practicalities of implementation. IHS Markit power experts Xizhou Zhou and Wade Shafer join EnergyCents this week to discuss potential tightness in US gas and power markets as 2021 winter approaches, an…
 
The money flowing in to new construction technology is unprecedented. In the in the five years from 2009 to 2014, $8 billion was spent on digital investments to boost productivity, improve design and optimise project management. But in the following five years – 2014 to 2019 – this more than tripled, with investors pouring more than $25 billion int…
 
The Carmel River has been the Monterey Peninsula’s primary source of water for more than a century. That will come to an end on Jan. 1, 2022. The State Water Resources Control Board has ordered the area’s private water utility, California American Water (Cal Am), to reduce its draws from the river by two-thirds of what it pumped a decade ago.…
 
Facebook and Instagram are the most widely used social networks with billions of users combined across the globe. They have now become synonymous with social media marketing. No campaign would be able to realize its full potential unless the audiences on these platforms are tapped. Facebook, the company that owns both of these platforms, has built …
 
In this episode we speak to Caitlin Cunningham, NatureScot’s Graduate placement, focussing on blue carbon. She gives us an insight into her role, and explains what blue carbon is and its importance in the fight against climate change. Caitlin also provides her top tips as to how we can all make space for nature in life, including a great nature bas…
 
Anti-vaxxers, flat Earthers, 5G arsonists and climate change deniers – why have so many people given up on science and where are governments, scientists and the media going wrong?As Covid-19 continues to affect us all, what is the best way to communicate public health messages, when the bottom line is saving lives? Umaru Fofana reports from Sierra …
 
Our staff attorney Hana Vizcarra speaks with Madison Condon, associate professor of law at Boston University who studies how climate change relates to corporate governance, market risk, and regulation. They discuss her research on how the market has failed to properly price climate risk and how the Securities and Exchange Commission might address t…
 
Listen to no-tiller & philanthropist Howard G. Buffet's keynote presentation at the 2010 National No-Tillage Conference in Des Moines, Iowa. At the time of his presentation, Buffett (son of billionaire investor Warren Buffett) had been no-tilling since 1992 on 16,000 acres in Illinois and Nebraska as well as another 6,000-plus acres in South Africa…
 
Trisha’s guest this week is Todd Bryant, President and Managing Member of Healthcare Development Partners. Todd entered the healthcare real estate market in its infancy, and he is still delivering projects to the market. Based on the current real estate needs of various healthcare service lines to deliver care. In this episode, we talk about… [2:22…
 
Ancient Greece had an advanced bureaucracy that developed a money economy (rather than a bartering economy), funded many public works and infrastructure, and allowed freedom of religion and culture. They valued balance between mind and body above all else. This society has captured the Western imagination and we want to discuss why.1:06- The Sustai…
 
More wind turbines in the ocean mean more renewable energy on the grid. But what's the impact on fisheries? Pennsylvania's attorney general files criminal charges for the Mariner East pipeline. A new group is encouraging people to retire their lawnmowers and leafblowers and plant native species.By The Allegheny Front
 
On the next Charlotte Talks Local News Roundup: another LGBTQ nondiscrimination ordinance passes locally, this time in Mecklenburg County. A Charlotte high school goes on lockdown after a gun is found on campus. And voting maps are reviewed. Our roundtable of reporters will discuss those stories and more from the week’s news.…
 
An electrified highway, with infrastructure similar to that used in a tram, is being billed as one of the solutions to reduce the heavy toll of carbon emissions linked to long-haul transport. Electronic giant Siemens has already built the technology on several stretches of German highways, enabling trucks to charge their batteries while they drive.…
 
In our first science-focused episode of Carbon Removal Newsroom, hosts Radhika Moolgavkar of Nori and Holly Jean Buck of the University at Buffalo are joined by our new science co-host, Dr. Jane Zelikova, executive director of the Soil Carbon Solutions Center and joint faculty in crop and soil science at Colorado State University. First this week, …
 
In this episode of the No-Till Farmer Influencers & Innovators podcast, brought to you by Terrasym, Frank Lessiter gets into the weeds with Kelly VanBeek, wildlife biologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Migratory Bird Program to discuss which no-till fields provide the best habitats for songbirds, what cover crops are most hospitable t…
 
Competition within the Canadian oil sands has concentrated among a few specialists as carbon-concerns contribute to divestments from more diversified players. IHS Markit’s Kevin Birn, an expert in emissions and Canadian oil markets, joins EnergyCents this week to share what is a stable outlook for oil sands production, and consider how we should vi…
 
Our special episode series for The Reusies™ National Reuse Awards continues with the full panel discussion from the event on September 30. Moderated by science communicator and TV personality Danni Washington, panelists Matt Prindiville of Upstream; Bridget Croke of Closed Loop Partners; Liz Segran of Fast Company; and artist/activist Benjamin Von …
 
Bradford in the North West of the UK was at the heart of the industrial revolution. Its world class textiles industry made it one of the richest cities in the world. But now it needs a new vision for the future and in this episode we have partnered with WSP to discover how the UK’s youngest city by demographic spread, is embarking upon a new strate…
 
Hellbenders are North America’s largest salamanders, living in rivers and growing to an incredible length of over two feet. Eastern newts are tiny and terrestrial, but both are susceptible to a fungal pathogen called Bsal. While Bsal has yet to make an appearance in the global hotspot of salamander diversity that is North America, it has wreaked ha…
 
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service imposed a trade ban on 201 salamander species in 2016 in order to prevent the import of the the fungal pathogen Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans ('Bsal') which could be a major threat to the world's salamander hotspot of North America (and the U.S. in particular). However, the recent discovery that frogs can also…
 
North America (and the US in particular) is the world’s hotspot of salamander diversity, hosting about 1/3 of all species. Researchers think that about half of these may be susceptible to a deadly fungus called Bsal, and believe it's a matter of time before it gets to North America. If and when it does, it could mean devastation and maybe extinctio…
 
Reporter Benji Jones and wildlife disease ecologist with U.S. Geological Survey, Daniel Grear, join this third episode to discuss the hunt for Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans (Bsal) in North America, which Benji has described as “searching for a needle in a haystack except the needle is invisible and the hay stretches for thousands of miles.” Hos…
 
How big a role do these ubiquitous animals play in the environment, and what would it mean to forest biodiversity, climate change, and forest food chains to lose whole populations of salamanders? This second episode of Mongabay Explores’ first season tackles these important questions with Senior Editor Morgan Erickson-Davis, who produced Mongabay's…
 
In our last episode, we talked about using technology to suck out extra carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. But you might also be thinking—don’t trees do that? Yeah, they do! In fact, some people have proposed that by planting enough trees, we could make a big dent on climate change. In this episode of TILclimate, Massachusetts Institute of Technol…
 
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