Best anthropocene podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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Generation Anthropocene
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Stories about planetary change.
 
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Generation Anthropocene
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Stories and conversations about planetary change. Hosted by Mike Osborne, Miles Traer, and Leslie Chang.Supported by Stanford Earth and Worldview Stanford.
 
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Generation Anthropocene
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Stories about planetary change.
 
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Assembling the Anthropocene
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A collection of talks and other media dealing with geology, deep time, and the epoch of the anthropocene
 
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Generation Anthropocene
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Stories about planetary change.
 
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Generation Anthropocene
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Stories about planetary change.
 
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Generation Anthropocene
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Stories about planetary change.
 
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Generation Anthropocene
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Stories about planetary change.
 
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This week Bad at sports center was joined by Caroline (Coco) Picard to talk through her most recent graphic novel, "The Chronicles of Fortune." http://www.cocopicard.com/ We also catch up about the goings on at Sector 2337 and the Green Lantern Press. Oh and there is always the specter of the anthropocene. http://sector2337.com/ http://sector23 ...…
 
Science fiction has always been an outlet for our greatest anxieties. This week, we delve into how the genre is exploring the reality of climate change. Plus: new words to describe the indescribable.1. Jeff VanderMeer @jeffvandermeer, author of the Southern Reach Trilogy and Borne, on writing about the relationships between people and nature.2. ...…
 
For this week's feature interview philosopher Clive Hamilton joined our host Amy Mullins in the studio to talk about his new book, Defiant Earth: The Fate of Humans in the Anthropocene, and how human activity has created a new and dangerous epoch.
 
This week on Uncommon Sense we have four excellent interviews, conducted by our host Amy Mullins: New Matilda's Ben Eltham on the latest in federal politics. Australian stencil artist Luke Cornish (E.L.K) chatted about his latest body of work, Zero To The Left, inspired by his recent trips to Syria and on display at the Metro Gallery in Armadal ...…
 
Science fiction has always been an outlet for our greatest anxieties. This week, we delve into how the genre is exploring the reality of climate change. Plus: new words to describe the indescribable.1. Jeff VanderMeer @jeffvandermeer, author of the Southern Reach Trilogy and Borne, on writing about the relationships between people and nature.2. ...…
 
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Devin and Hell
 
You know damn well that any podcast about grindcore that starts off with a discussion about Olympic male figure skaters has got to be good. In this episode, we talk Napalm Death (of course), Cattle Decapitation, Nasum, Pig Destroyer and Fuck The Facts (amongst others)! We also try to pronounce 'anthropocene', watch a video of a cow taking a dum ...…
 
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Science fiction has always been an outlet for our greatest anxieties. This week, we delve into how the genre is exploring the reality of climate change. Plus: new words to describe the indescribable. 1. Jeff VanderMeer @jeffvandermeer, author of the Southern Reach Trilogy and Borne, on writing about the relationships between people and nature. ...…
 
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Fuzzy Logic Science Show
 
This week Rod and Broderick talk about the future and the impact humans are having on the earth. How can we reduce climate change effects? The episode starts with a talk from Dr Will Howard talking about the anthropocene, recorded live from the Pint Of Science events in Canberra.
 
Ecologist Prof. Peter Vitousek explores how living in the Anthropocene, a time in which human activity has become the key driver of planetary health, will force us to make our way with diminished natural resources. Peter also asks what we can learn from the historical experience of Pacific Islanders, whose cultural and agricultural practices we ...…
 
Ecologist Prof. Peter Vitousek explores how living in the Anthropocene, a time in which human activity has become the key driver of planetary health, will force us to make our way with diminished natural resources. Peter also asks what we can learn from the historical experience of Pacific Islanders, whose cultural and agricultural practices we ...…
 
Ecologist Prof. Peter Vitousek explores how living in the Anthropocene, a time in which human activity has become the key driver of planetary health, will force us to make our way with diminished natural resources. Peter also asks what we can learn from the historical experience of Pacific Islanders, whose cultural and agricultural practices we ...…
 
What’s happened to Earth in the Anthropocene age – and what does the future hold? Find out from astrobiologist David Grinspoon, journalist Andrew Revkin, and Chuck Nice. Now extended with Chuck and Bill Nye answering Cosmic Queries about climate change. Don’t miss an episode of StarTalk All-Stars. Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts: https://itun.es/u ...…
 
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Generation Anthropocene
 
When you imagine ocean sounds, maybe you hear the smooth arcing songs of the humpback whale, or the energetic, rhythmic clicks and snaps of dolphins. But it turns out the oceans are home to a much wider range and diversity of sounds than we could ever imagine, and today some of them are being captured by hydrophones (underwater microphones). In ...…
 
Timothy Morton wants humanity to give up some of its core beliefs, from the fantasy that we can control the planet to the notion that we are ‘above’ other beings. His ideas might sound weird, but they’re catching on • Read the text version here
 
My guest for this episode is Zach Elfers ofNomad Seed Project. We sat down to talk about his work and how it relates to seed saving; landscape management; landscape restoration; geophytes – the plants that made us human; and our own epoch: The Anthropocene, or as E.O. Wilson calls it “The Age of Loneliness.” http://www.thepermaculturepodcast.co ...…
 
My guest for this episode is Zach Elfers ofNomad Seed Project. We sat down to talk about his work and how it relates to seed saving; landscape management; landscape restoration; geophytes – the plants that made us human; and our own epoch: The Anthropocene, or as E.O. Wilson calls it “The Age of Loneliness.” http://www.thepermaculturepodcast.co ...…
 
These new, manmade minerals could be evidence for the argument that we are living in the Anthropocene.By feedback@testtube.com (TestTube).
 
These new, manmade minerals could be evidence for the argument that we are living in the Anthropocene.By feedback@testtube.com (TestTube).
 
Dominic and Cymene expose the truth behind a rabid raccoon attack and then (16:46) former CENHS star Matthew Schneider-Mayerson (now Yale-NUS) joins the podcast to talk about his book Peak Oil: Apocalyptic Environmentalism and Libertarian Political Culture (U Chicago Press, 2015). Matthew reminds us how much the threat of “peak oil” and energy ...…
 
[REBROADCAST] Alex interviews Duke University law professor Jedediah Purdy about the political history of nature and its uncertain future.Anywhere you look on the planet, you will find evidence of human behaviour: metalloids in the soil, greenhouse gases in the air, a vortex of trash in the oceans. That is why some scientists have proposed that ...…
 
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Generation Anthropocene
 
Two stories of ecological disruption: the great sea star wasting, and a graveyard of trembling aspens. As climate change unfolds, one of the scariest prospects is that we will witness large scale ecosystem collapse. So is that moment already upon us? Will we be able to recognize the symptoms in time, and do we have enough information to take st ...…
 
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Generation Anthropocene
 
Sea level rise is a global concern, and on the whole, policy and funding for mitigation aren’t keeping pace. Today on Gen Anthro, producer Isha Salian shares a story about a unique mitigation method in the San Francisco Bay Area – wetlands restoration, which is happening right next door to Silicon Valley’s biggest tech campuses. The Bay Area ha ...…
 
Timothy Morton wants humanity to give up some of its core beliefs, from the fantasy that we can control the planet to the notion that we are ‘above’ other beings. His ideas might sound weird, but they’re catching onWritten by Alex Blasdel and read by Andrew McGregor
 
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Environmental Professionals Postulating
 
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 threat to international security. According to Major General Munir Muniruzzaman who is the chairman of the Global Militar ...…
 
What will New York City look like in 2140? Scifi author Kim Stanley Robinson’s latest novel explores a possible future in which NYC is partly submerged, due to catastrophic sea level rise. In this conversation with producer Mike Osborne, KSR discusses the bedrock of science and economics in 'New York 2140,' his writing process for the novel, an ...…
 
And have we moved into the Anthropocene, with humans now exerting force on a geological scale?
 
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Generation Anthropocene
 
Once upon a time, Miles crashed a server with his project ‘Geology of Game of Thrones’. Today on the show, we're featuring a short piece in which Miles shares the backstory to the project (and the server hullaballoo), as well as the connection he sees between ‘Geology of GoT’ and the Anthropocene. Today’s episode was produced by Eileen Williams ...…
 
This week the Green Majority is taken over by the students of Economics for the Anthropocene. They host a discussion with Beze Gray, one of the tour guides for the 'Toxic Tour' through chemical valley in Sarnia, Ontario and Aamjiwnaang First Nation.We are 100% member supported - Please check out our Patreon page to learn more: www.patreon.com/g ...…
 
Episode Description: In his talk entitled, “Ethics of Science and Experience in the Age of the Anthropocene,” Dr. Evan Thompson explores the relationship between science and contemplative practice in the context of our current geological age of human impact on planet Earth. Using the concept of the “lifeworld” originated by the German Phenomeno ...…
 
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Cultures of Energy
 
Cymene and Dominic speculate about fonts and life after academe. Then the fantastic Claire Colebrook joins us on the pod. We begin by discussing her recent two volume collection, Essays on Extinction (Open Humanities Press, 2014) and what got her interested in thinking about extinction in the first place. We talk about whether human existence h ...…
 
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Generation Anthropocene
 
Capitalocene – maybe it doesn’t roll off the tongue, but a group of thinkers argue the term is preferable to Anthropocene because it's more diagnostic of what underlies our environmental problems. One of those thinkers is Christian Parenti, a reporter and scholar. In 2011 Parenti published ‘Tropic of Chaos,’ a book about the connections between ...…
 
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Generation Anthropocene
 
We hear a lot in the news about the Antarctic ice sheet melting – but other than climate change, it’s hard to imagine what else threatens a place so cold, so remote, and so seemingly barren. What other ecological protection could the southern continent possibly need? But Antarctica is...a really weird place. No single country “owns” or governs ...…
 
The rapid changes in the global environment have led many scientists to conclude that we are living in a new geological epoch—the Anthropocene—in which human activities have become the dominant driving force transforming the Earth’s natural systems.A recent joint publication by the World Health Organization and Convention on Biological Diversity...…
 
The rapid changes in the global environment have led many scientists to conclude that we are living in a new geological epoch—the Anthropocene—in which human activities have become the dominant driving force transforming the Earth’s natural systems.A recent joint publication by the World Health Organization and Convention on Biological Diversit ...…
 
The rapid changes in the global environment have led many scientists to conclude that we are living in a new geological epoch—the Anthropocene—in which human activities have become the dominant driving force transforming the Earth’s natural systems.A recent joint publication by the World Health Organization and Convention on Biological Diversit ...…
 
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Cultures of Energy
 
Cymene and Dominic process today’s news about the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Agreement as well as yesterday's ExxonMobil shareholder insurrection, which will force the company to start measuring the size of its carbon bubble. Then (18:03) we turn to sunnier places and faces and welcome Amelia Moore from the University of Rhode Island to the ...…
 
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Generation Anthropocene
 
How is climate change going to affect national security and the work of our armed forces? On today’s show, Admiral Lee Gunn shares his perspective on this overlooked topic. Now retired from the Navy, Admiral Gunn has been working on connections between climate and military intervention for many years. In this conversation, he discusses the impl ...…
 
‘Trump on Earth’ is a new podcast about the environment under the Trump administration. They’re doing a fantastic job keeping tabs on policy changes coming out of Washington, so today on Gen Anthro, we want to feature one of their episodes – an interview with renowned climate scientist Michael Mann. Back in March, Mann testified before the Hous ...…
 
In this episode, you’ll hear Mandy Baker talk about her project Beyond Drifting: Imperfectly Known Animals, which draws attention to plastic pollution in the environment—seas and oceans in particular. From the project exhibition press release: Plankton form a diverse group of microscopic marine organisms living in the water column, not able to ...…
 
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Generation Anthropocene
 
How do cultural constructs, like race, influence our relationship to the natural world? Poet and professor Camille Dungy explores this question by highlighting African-American voices in her 2009 anthology, “Black Nature: Four Centuries of African American Nature Poetry.” In this conversation with producer Jackson Roach, Camille shares her pers ...…
 
President Trump’s proposed 2,000-mile long, 30-foot high border wall would obstruct more than just a pretty landscape. It could bring an end to the species that live in the lush coastal grasslands, searing hot deserts, and staggering mountain peaks in the path of the wall. In this episode of Trump on Earth, we team up with a fellow environmenta ...…
 
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Generation Anthropocene
 
In the pursuit of justice, Superman leaps tall buildings in a single bound; Ironman uses incredible technology to defeat evil forces; and Batman outfits himself with everything a flying-vigilante-mammal needs to fight the corrupt underbelly of Gotham City. In their own way, every superhero is trying to make the planet a better place for us mere ...…
 
In this special episode of Knowing Animals we speak to Prof. Barbara Creed. Until recently, Barb was Professor of Film Studies at the University of Melbourne. Barb is well know as the author of the classic film studies text ‘The Monstrous-Feminie’. More recently Barb has turned her attention to Animal Studies and in this episode we discuss her ...…
 
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Generation Anthropocene
 
Are you a vegetarian, a vegan, or a lapsed vegetarian? Do you eat meat and feel a little conflicted about it? No matter where you fall on the spectrum, Paul Shapiro wants to welcome you into the conversation around animal agriculture. Shapiro is an animal rights activist and the Vice President of Policy for the Humane Society of the United Stat ...…
 
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Generation Anthropocene
 
A story about accidental beauty, a changing landscape, disappointed tourists, and the complicated nature of conservation in the Anthropocene.
 
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Generation Anthropocene
 
One word: PLASTICS! Plastics get a bad rep when it comes to the environment, but at the same time, we all benefit from this often maligned material. Today on the show, producer Miles Traer talks to materials scientist Odile Madden of the Smithsonian. What plastic artifacts define the modern era, and what should we preserve in museums? Are we in ...…
 
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