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Best Globalwarming podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Globalwarming podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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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 episode, 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 f ...
 
We've entered a new epoch: the Anthropocene, and nothing is as it was. Not the trees, not the seas – not the forests, farms, or fields – and not the global economy that depends on all of these. What does this mean for your investments, your family's future, and the future of man? Each week, we dive into these issues to help you Navigate the New Reality.
 
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 ...
 
Have you read a story or seen a photograph of an endangered species and something inside you became inspired to help? Are you a wildlife project leader or want to be one? Projects for Wildlife is a podcast dedicated to sharing stories from project leaders who are protecting wildlife and finding new ways to benefit humanity. Host, marine biologist, and entrepreneur, Alicia Amerson, interviews project leaders, provides on-air coaching, and solo episodes to show how you can take your big idea a ...
 
The world is getting warmer. The weather is getting weirder. And in Alaska, we have a front row seat. This summer, Alaska’s Energy Desk returns with all-new episodes of our podcast, Midnight Oil. Season Two is called The Big Thaw. Last season, we looked back -- at the state’s roller-coaster history with oil. This time, we're looking forward, to one of the biggest question marks ahead: climate change. What does it mean to be an oil state in a warming world?
 
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What's the future of farming in Pa.? Environmentalists push for more monitoring of the petrochemical industry. A fear of winter camping turns into wonder. A final agreement with U.S. Steel to deal with air pollution. Listen on: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google | TuneIn
 
Today's guest, Daniel Palken, volunteers with a group called the Citizens Climate Lobby, or "CCL", which aims to slash US greenhouse-gas emissions by imposing a fee on fossil fuels. The fee will be based on the amount of greenhouse gas that the coal, gasoline, and jet fuels will generate when we burn them, and it will probably make fossil-fuel ener…
 
We met in Jackson Wyoming in Sept 2019. Morgan has a heart of gold and is 100% committed to telling stories that move people and connect them to wildlife, and even see them in a new perspective. If you have an inspiring conservation storyteller in your family, friend group or happen to be one this episode is for you! Morgan is a Senior Fellow with …
 
In episode 106, a ‘rewind’ of episode 76 of America Adapts, Doug Parsons takes a journey with the Freedom to Breath bus tour on location in New Orleans. During his visit, Doug attends a town hall on women and minority groups talking about climate resilience; a visit to Africatown to learn about the legacy of racism and environmental pollution and a…
 
We head out on a hike for a different perspective on winter. Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf wants to fight climate change but this support of petrochemicals will make that harder to achieve. A new poll splits support in Pa. for a fracking ban. Plus, internal documents show the Trump administration tried to spin climate data about wildfires to promote logging.…
 
Katie Schuler is a new friend I met at Jackson Wild and the International League of Conservation Photographers Wild Speak West in September 2019. I was completely surprised and inspired by Katie’s commitment to work on the world’s most trafficked mammal. She is an advocate for the planet’s most at-risk species, Katie operates at the nexus between s…
 
Developing countries are the most vulnerable to – and least responsible for – climate change, but new research shows that some of them can dramatically boost their economies by managing their forests, farms, and fields in ways that pull greenhouse gasses from the atmosphere. At a carbon price of $50 for every metric ton of CO2 removed from the atmo…
 
The Allegheny Front's Kara Holsopple talks with journalist Justin Nobel about his investigative piece, "America's Radioactive Secret," on the dangers of radioactive oil and gas waste, published recently in Rolling Stone. The piece focuses on worker and community safety and health concerns over the wastewater that comes up out of fracked oil and gas…
 
Suzie Marlow is a bounder and research scientist for the Rogue Dog Detection org. She has the coolest job in the world - in my opinion! She gets to take her dog into the field and find wildlife. I am excited to share this episode today! In 2019 I met another bounder Jennifer Hartman at the Wildlife Society Conference in Reno - since then I've been …
 
In episode 105 of America Adapts, host Doug Parsons talks with Ian Galloway and Tom Flannigan of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and Harvard’s Dr. Jesse Keenan. All three join Doug on the podcast to discuss the Fed’s Community Development Investment Review. This issue of the review focuses on climate adaptation and shares examples from ac…
 
The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) is often called the Magna Carta of environmental law. President Nixon signed it into law 50 years ago this month. And President Trump honored the anniversary by announcing plans to drastically scale back the law. On this episode, we dig into what many are calling Trump’s biggest environmental rollback ye…
 
This episode is dedicated to helping you find out where you are at in the world of conservation project management and what steps you need to take to move forward in developing skills and becoming a certified project manager. Learning the basic skills will improve your project efficiency, and will give you that step up in the conservation industry.…
 
This episode of the Green Flame is an interview with Kim Hill, a permaculture design teacher based on the South East coast of New South Wales, and Joanna Pinkiewicz, a women's rights activist and environmental activist, based in Tasmania. We discuss the Australian bush fires, the role of fire in the landscape, indigenous land management practices, …
 
Leif's mission is to spread awareness about the desperate plight of Critically Endangered orangutans and show people exactly how they can join us to secure orangutan survival in their natural habitat. In this episode we dig deep into the issues surrounding the orangutans and how Leif began his research and mission to protect the remaining small pop…
 
In episode 104 of America Adapts, host Doug Parsons talks with Dr. Ladd Keith, Assistant Professor in Planning and Chair of Sustainable Built Environments at the University of Arizona. Doug and Ladd discuss what is extreme heat in the context of climate change; how urban heat will get worse and what cities are doing to plan for it; what extreme hea…
 
A study shows thousands of lives saved from switching from coal to natural gas for power. Air quality in Pittsburgh and a settlement with U.S. Steel. A proposed EPA rule would limit the kinds of scientific studies used to create environmental and public health regulations. Our Good River series about the Ohio continues.…
 
Dr. Shermin de Silva - we met at her fundraiser she hosted for trunks and leaves, an organization she founded to raise awareness for asian elephants. I was fascinated with her work with a subset of asian elephants and the communities that surround their habitat. She is a behavioral ecologist with research interests range from animal behavior and co…
 
Some of our biggest stories of 2019: 40th anniversary of the partial meltdown at Three Mile Island and links to thyroid cancer; environmental investigations involving the fracking boom; and a court order not publish the details of an agreement between a gas driller and residents. Plus, PFAS contamination of drinking water.…
 
Are you excited to start a new decade and new year? 2020 is going to be amazing for so many reasons. To start of the new year and Season 2 I wanted to share a little bit about conservation project management, what is this nondescript role, why do you need a conservation project manager, and how do you find one for your project. A lot of people have…
 
This episode of The Green Flame focuses on colonization and has three interviews: the first with Anne Keala Kelly, a native Hawaiian organizer, journalist, and award-winning filmmaker; the second with Mari Boine, a world-reknowned Sami indigenous musician; and the third with a river. We discuss colonization, history, tourism, the TMT telescope proj…
 
This week is the last official episode of 2019 and Season 1. As a listener you know by now that all projects have a beginning and an end. Season 1 is finishing one giant project before we set off on Season 2. Like all good project managers, we need to finalize the first season with a proper celebration and review lessons learned. This episode featu…
 
In episode 103 of America Adapts, host Doug Parsons talks with Anita Van Breda of World Wildlife Fund, Emily Wasley of WSP and Dr. Meredith Wiggins of Historic England. In this end of the year showcase, Doug and his guests list their top climate stories; the diversity of adaptation professionals; podcast listening habits; top America Adapts episode…
 
In Scotland, efforts to keep plastic produced from Pa. shale gas out of the ocean. Climate change means more rain in our region. Will aging infrastructure protect towns from flooding? The strip mining and flooding connection in a warming world. Hemp growers have high hopes of turning a profit...someday.…
 
Rachel Henry she is a U.S. fish and wildlife biologist. One of her primary roles is working with private landowners to achieve California tiger salamander recovery in Santa Barbara County. The Santa Barbara County distinct population segment of the California tiger salamander is a federally endangered species. Rachel is working to prevent the loss …
 
Shell’s ethane cracker in Beaver County will produce tiny plastic pellets that can spill or escape the plant. Will the Ohio River be protected? RiverWise is embracing sustainability in Beaver County. Plus, there's a new plan to keep sewage overflows out of Pittsburgh's three rivers. A CMU study finds economic value from natural gas in the region, b…
 
Word leaked a few weeks ago that the EPA is poised to finalize a rule to limit the types of scientific studies that can be used to create new regulations. The proposal -- named “Strengthening Transparency in Regulatory Science” -- would require public health researchers to release their raw scientific data in order for their work to be considered w…
 
Dr. Elizabeth McHuron works with pinnipeds, including seals and sea lions, for the past 10 years. She has a PhD from University of California Santa Cruz where she researched California Sea Lions energetics and foraging behavior. Her research interests lies in helping make conservation management decisions.…
 
In episode 102 of America Adapts, host Doug Parsons talks with Judge Alice Hill at the Council of Foreign Relations. Judge Hill co-authored the book “Building a Resilient Tomorrow” with Leonardo Martinez-Diaz. Judge Hill shares insights on the book: making financial markets work for climate resilience; climate equity; funding adaptation projects; t…
 
American natural gas is exported to 35 countries, including Japan. But some Pennsylvanians have been forced to give up their land in the process. We talk with Obama's chief climate negotiator on the future of climate action and a longtime environmentalist on advice to the new generation solving the climate crisis. Arrests made in a security scheme …
 
Dr. Nathan Walworth is an entrepreneurial scientist - who is on a mission to take action for our planet. He is co-founding various business and working with global partnerships to create innovative spaces for building solutions to some of our biggest environmental problems. Today we talk about his ocean microbial research and a company he co-founde…
 
There's a lot of money sloshing around forests, and most of it goes into agricultural subsidies and investments that destroy forests, while only a trickle goes into programs that save them. That's why today's guest, Charlotte Streck, wants to implement a Marshall Plan for Forests.
 
On the eve of year-end climate talks in Madrid, I revisit my 2017 conversation with Bronson Griscom, Director of Forest Carbon Science for the Nature Conservancy. He headed up a team of three dozen researchers from almost two dozen institutions tasked with identifying once and for all the realistic potential of using nature as a bulwark against cli…
 
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