Climate Change Podcasts

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Radio Ecoshock: Heading to Air-Conditioned HellA billion humans are already on the ventilator, breathing machine-driven air. As we'll discover in the next three interviews, air-conditioning isn't sustainable, and only makes the world hotter and hotter.

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Peter Eisenberger on The Promise of Direct Air CaptureIn the interview we talk about how we could create what Peter calls the renewable energy and materials related economy, how the current Coronavirus pandemic influenced his thinking on climate change, and why he is convinced that all organizations within the direct air capture sector need to cooperate to help accelerate the technology as quickly...

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S2E19: A current tour of The Future Earth with author Eric HolthausWe tend to think of climate change as a problem in and of itself. But what if the climate crisis is a symptom of a bigger issue?

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The Million Jobs PlanWe welcome you to join us for this Buildings Briefing webinar. Beyond Zero Emissions are hosting this briefing ahead of the release of our Million Jobs Plan and we welcome you to join us for this one-off event.

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Adapting Conservation to Climate Change at WWFIn episode 115 of America Adapts, a re-release of episode 80, "Adapting Conservation to Climate Change at WWF", Doug Parson joins World Wildlife Fund's.

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Who is to blame? The Climate MinuteThe issue of responsibility for climate change has many sides. We discuss a BBC article that provides another way to consider the question.

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179: FootballersModern footballers eh? Spoilt, obscenely rich, carbon-guzzling narcissists who couldn't spell planet, let alone save it.

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Episode 220. Dementia and the GardenGrowing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy Or copy and paste this link:. Light Farming: Restoring carbon, organic nitrogen and biodiversity to agricultural soils Christine Jones, PhD Founder, Amazing Carbon.

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The threat of climate change to pregnant women of color: The Climate MinuteThe increase in temperature associated with climate change is a threat to pregnancies and the pollution associated with fossil fuel use compounds that danger.

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Outlook SunnyRemembering last week's warning from the IEA that we have but 6 months to head off the worst of the climate crisis, there's worrying news of unheard-of temperatures in the Arctic and there's serious river pollution in the UK.

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Climate change may have contributed to millions of stillbirths, preterm birthsOf more than 32 million births in the United States, more than 80 percent had problems associated with heat or air pollution, suggesting that climate change is significantly affecting birth outcomes.

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Hot and Bothered: A Decade to WinIn the final episode of this pandemic edition of Hot and Bothered, Kate and Daniel reflect on the lessons of the last few months and the prospects for ecosocialism in this decade.

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Radio Ecoshock: This Is Our ChanceThe latest models point toward climate disaster - but not right away? Interview with one of the great climate modeling scientists of the world, Oxford Professor Tim Palmer.

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Climate Anxiety as a Spiritual Quest with Sarah WilsonIn this episode, we chat with mental health guru meets climate rockstar, Sarah Wilson. She's the author of "First We Make the Beast Beautiful: A New Journey Through Anxiety" which explores anxiety as a spiritual quest.

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S2E18: The conservative answer to the Green New Deal—w/ Quillan Robinson, American Conservation CoalitionYoung people on BOTH sides of the aisle want to see action on climate change.

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Teaching Across Disciplines: Reimagining University Education for Today's Multidisciplinary ProblemsIn the 15th episode of Climate History, co-hosts Dagomar Degroot and Emma Moesswilde interview Kathryn de Luna, Provost's Distinguished Associate Professor in the Department of History at Georgetown University.

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Clouds may warm us but 90% renewables by 2035 is cool: The Climate MinuteClouds may seem simple but new calculations reveal an unexpected heating contribution. OTOH, we also learn that renewables are a better bet than ever.

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The People's Climate Strategy for VictoriaFriends of the Earth Melbourne's Act on Climate collective officially launched its push to write a People's Climate Strategy for Victoria with over one thousand people watching the online launch via Zoom and Facebook live.

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Episode 219. Unintended Consequences of the Wrong TargetUniversity of Texas at Austin study. gut microbiome immunity.

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To Feed Two Birds With One SconeOver the past year or so, I have found inspiration in the work of Michel Foucault, who believes in the power of discourse as both "an instrument and an effect of power, but also a hindrance, a stumbling point of resistance and a starting point for an opposing strategy".

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Juneteenth 2020: The Climate MinuteJune 19th commemorates the end of slavery. The day gives us an opportunity to think about how systemic racism and the climate fight are intertwined.

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No Going BackI've read so many articles recently saying that there is no going back to business as usual and more are pouring in every day.

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For black climate expert, fight is against 'two inhospitable climates'Sam Grant, the executive director of MN350, says the mainstream environmental movement needs to recognize ‘people are a part of nature.'

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Hot and Bothered: An Abolitionist Green New Deal, with Jasson PerezWhat does an abolitionist, ecosocialist program look like in practice? Researcher and organizer Jasson Perez explains why working toward police and prison abolition is key to building social movements and, ultimately, expanding the horizon of a vibrant working-class life.

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Radio Ecoshock: From Extinction to Climate EngineeringGlobal warming can cause an extinction-level hole in the ozone, says Dr. John Marshall from UK's University of Southampton.

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S2E17: How does clean energy policy work? —w/ Dr. Leah Stokes, author of Short Circuiting PolicyThe political process is complex and difficult to follow, no matter how deeply we care about climate policy.

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Aren't we all anti-fascist? The Climate MinuteThe administration's talk about ‘left wing anti-fascist terror' groups is an excuse to limit free speech, especially around police protests but also around climate actions.

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Tom Steyer on America Adapts! Climate Change and Presidential politics, Covid-19 and next steps for the climate movement!In episode 114 of! Join the America Adapts Facebook Community Group. Check us out, we're also on.

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177: Q&aYou asked, so we filibustered, obfuscated and prevaricated. That's right, just 177 episodes in we've dared to switch from 'broadcast' to 'dialogue' with the babble army, actively soliciting questions from our band of wise and forgiving listeners.

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Episode 218. Chaos Gardening ~ Part 2Growing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy Or copy and paste this link.

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AftermathThis is the fourth episode of Aftermath, a show on the Climactic Collective. Listen and subscribe at.

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Barrier GriefThere's a lot of news coming out of Australia - coal, coral and controversy. There's news as well from Brazil, and news from the energy industry.

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Climate change and "disposable people": The Climate MinuteA deepening understanding of the connection of racism to the causes of climate change is important to our work.

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Hot and Bothered: Putting Racial Justice First, with Patrick HoustonConnecting the dots between racial injustice and the climate crisis isn't just a question of principle-it's a daily reality.

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New Jersey now requires comprehensive climate change educationNew Jersey has become the first state to require climate change lessons across grade levels and disciplines.

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Radio Ecoshock: The Third Rail: Radical Climate Change During It AllWhile death and disease stalk nations and protests fill the streets, Nature will rock your world.

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'Scales of Change'In the series, hosts Mendel and Adam take a deep dive into the various "Dragons of Climate Inaction," the psychological barriers which prevent us from collectively responding to climate change with the appropriate urgency.

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There is No Climate Justice without Racial Justice with Rev. Lennox YearwoodThis conversation features a renowned leader at the intersection of racial justice, climate change, and culture.

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S2E16: Can we cure concrete's emissions problem? —w/ Rob Niven of CarbonCureConcrete is an incredibly useful and highly resilient building material. And with population growth and urbanization, we are on pace to double everything we've ever built in the next 40 years.

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Standards, Investment and Justice: The Climate MinuteWe review the emerging national consensus on climate action.

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176: NappiesWhat's a sleep-deprived tree-hugging parent to do? Fresh from his 1,045th day without enough sleep, Ol takes Dave slowly through the basics of why it's so hard to green his babies' bottoms, and why it probably isn't a good idea to apply a nappy in the way Dave thinks it should be applied.

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Episode 217. Chaos Gardening ~ Part the FirstJohn Seymour, in The Complete Book of Self Sufficiency. Most Farmers in the Great Plains Don't Grow Fruits and Vegetables.

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World Environment DayIt's Friday 5th June - World Environment Day. I'm Anthony Day and in this episode of the Sustainable Futures Report I look at new transport initiatives and ask if they are just flights of fancy, I investigate whether a proposed recycling initiative is merely greenwash and I look again at possible directions for post-COVID recovery.

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Doctor: Preventing the worst effects of climate change, the next pandemic go hand in handClimate change has exacerbated some of the health inequities behind disparities in COVID-19 cases.

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Team that made early climate predictions marks 30 years, 'spot on' accuracyThe team predicted global temperatures would rise half a degree Celsius by 2020.

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Embracing justice: The Climate MinuteThe sad events in Minneapolis and cities across our nation call for a discussion of how systemic racism and climate change issues interact.

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Hot and Bothered: Why Defunding the Police is Key to a Just Transition, with J. Mijin ChaWhat will it take for the climate movement to move beyond statements of solidarity and advance a strategy of targeted divestment from racist institutions, in order to reinvest those resources-and many more, besides-in communities of color?

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Radio Ecoshock: Your Future Has ArrivedHeat beyond human tolerance has arrived in the Australian outback. From Alice Springs, physician specialist Dr. Simon Quilty with tales of wilting people, dying trees and a future gone walkabout.

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Richie Merzian on the flaws in a gas-fired recoveryOn May 28th Richie Merzian, Climate and Energy Director of the Australian Institute joined the Bayside Climate Crisis Action Group to talk the Australian Federal Government's post-COVID "gas-fired recovery" from 'Shipping Sunshine': Renewables, Gas, and Australia's Energy Mix - Q+A, May 25, 2020.

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BLM, climate justice, and carbon removal—w/ Mellina WhiteA podcast about the different people, technologies, and organizations that are coming together to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and reverse climate change.

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S2E15: Are you a wizard or a prophet? —w/ Charles C. MannWhat is the best approach to solving the climate crisis? Should we leverage science and technology to ‘produce' our way out of the problem?

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Climate, Coronavirus and the 4-day workweek: The Climate MinuteA four-day workweek might have sounded outlandish in January 2020, but by June it is a legitimate topic to consider.

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Talking Climate Adaptation with The Walton Family Foundation's Environment Program with Dr. Moira McDonaldIn episode 113 of. Doug Parsons and Speaking /> If you are interested in having Doug speak at corporate and conference events, sharing his unique, expert perspective on adaptation in an entertaining and informative way, more information can be found.

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Episode 216. Opportunity Knocks, Get Ready!Growing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy Or copy and paste this link.

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2040Recently 2040 director Damon Gameau and Independent MP Zali Steggall for Warringah shared a livestream.

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Can we talk about the lithium in your cell phone? The Climate MinuteMany renewable energy technologies make use of uncommon elements, such as the lithium in your cell phone battery or the neodymium in your EV.

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Talking to the Other SideHow do we talk to the other side about the climate emergency? How do we find common ground?

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Hot and Bothered: Has the Fracking Bubble Finally Burst? with Bethany McLeanThe fracking boom that drove a decade of record U.S. oil and gas production was never really profitable to begin with.

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Radio Ecoshock: COVID Infects World Nuclear PlantsLike meat packing plants, the novel Corona virus is infecting workers in nuclear power plants around the world.

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Shooting for a Green RecoveryMaking the headlines, some politicians, activists and commentators are calling for a green recovery. A changed world as we come out of COVID lockdown.

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Forests of the FutureEven if we can find the space we may not have the tree stocks or the skilled workforce to create sustainable woodlands.

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S2E14: Is it time to regulate fashion like oil? —w/ Dr. Elizabeth Segran of Fast CompanyDr. Elizabeth Segran is a Senior Staff Writer at Fast Company. Today, Liz joins Ross and guest host Lorraine Smith to discuss how fashion works, explaining how the industry has evolved over the last 150 years to a system in which clothes are disposable.

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Doubling down on solar: The Climate MinuteGood news. As we install more solar panels, we keep learning how to do it more cheaply.

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174: No More CarsSo momentous is this development that Dave even went out on his bike to see the transformation taking place in the city formerly known as Stinky London, and got all emosh in the process.

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Episode 215. Back to the FutureGrowing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy Or copy and paste this link.

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Do you want to work in climatetech? —w/ Evan Hynes of Climate.CareersCareers, a job site dedicated to helping talented jobseekers find high-impact, high-paying jobs at organizations working to address climate change.

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Ideas worth fighting for: The Climate MinuteThe pandemic shock offer the chance to build a new world, using ‘ideas that are lying around.' Neoliberals built a list of ideas to be implemented in a crisis.

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Designer OutletA designer solution providing an environmentally responsible outlet for your industry's waste. Peter Ettinger of Bioenergy DevCo explains how an anaerobic digester plant tailored to specific waste streams can produce biogas and soil improvers - and pay for itself.

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Climate Cast: How hurricanes impact supply chainsPaul Huttner talked with Chris Shughrue, a researcher with the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

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Hot and Bothered: Designing a Green New Deal, with Billy FlemingBilly Fleming discusses not just the kinds of policies that should anchor a Green New Deal, but how to advance an effective inside-outside strategy to win them as we gear up for 2021.

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Radio Ecoshock: Lethal Heat WarningFrom the UK's University of Exeter, Professor Tim Lenton explains the climate niche where most of humanity lives.

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Indigenous Wisdom and the Seed of Life with Sherri MitchellSherri Mitchell's name in her language is Weh'na Ha'mu Kwasset. She is an indigenous rights attorney from the Penobscot Nation and the author of a wonderful book, Sacred Instructions, that we highly recommend checking out.

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Is this something I should be doing?A decade ago, many people saw carbon offsetting as an excuse for carrying on bad behaviour.

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Game OverRecently a group of academics wrote to The Guardian and said, "It is game over for preventing dangerous climate change...".

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S2E13: How Koen van Seijen invests in regenerative agricultureKoen van Seijen is the host of the Investing in Regenerative Agriculture Podcast, where he talks to pioneers in the regenerative food and agriculture space about putting money to work to regenerate the soil.

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Too hot for humans? The Climate MinuteWhile humans have spread to all parts of the globe, they prefer a narrow band of temperatures.

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Australia Bushfires + Covid19 + Climate Denialism + Michael Moore's new Anti-Environment movie and much more!In episode 112 of! Join the America Adapts Facebook Community Group. Check us out, we're also on.

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173: PangolinsWhat the world needs in these troubled times is someone to blame. A scapegoat or, in this instance, a scapepangolin.

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Episode 214. Pig Tractor and SilvopastureGrowing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy. Or copy and paste this link.

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Eav BrennanIn this episode, Eav interviews not one but two Professors of Public Health - Tony Capon and Ro MacFarlane.

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Finding the right tune for the GND: The Climate MinuteThe ideas contained in the Green New Deal can help us recover from the pandemic economic distress.

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Solar Cells on SteroidsThis week I interview Michl Binderbauer, CEO of TAE Technologies about his research into nuclear fusion - the great hope for clean and cheap energy.

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Hot and Bothered: A Climate Story to Win a Multiracial Majority, with Mary Annaise HeglarMary Annaïse Heglar talks to Kate and Daniel about climate grief; why we don't have to choose between caring about police violence and caring about the polar bears; and why Bernie Sanders's campaign message didn't resonate with many black voters.

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Radio Ecoshock: COVID Brazil: Disaster UnfoldsIn these early days of the Brazilian virus onslaught, we hear direct from Sao Paulo with Gustavo Ribeiro, Editor of The Brazilian Report.

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Inside the PlastisphereIt's the recommendation show! With all the new time many of us have on our hands, we wanted to tip our hat to some of our favourite things we think you should know about.

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Flooding BritainWhat's the best way to prevent flooding? Caz Graham finds out whether there might be environmental alternatives to building ever-higher flood defences.

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S2E12: The Hottest New Literary Genre Is ‘Doomer Lit'—w/ Kate Knibbs, Senior Writer at WiredKate Knibbs is a Senior Writer at WIRED covering culture, and is the author of ‘The Hottest New Literary Genre is Doomer Lit.' Today, Kate joins Ross to explain what inspired her conception of the new genre, discussing what differentiates doomer lit from cli-fi and how Jenny Offill's new novel Weather functions as a mood piece on climate change.

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Lessons in the pandemic pollution reductions: The Climate MinuteThe predicted 5% reduction in carbon pollution due to the worldwide pandemic shutdown provides insight into how we can achieve the more challenging that we need to do next.

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12: Leaders' debatesAlso, grim news for fans of an Arctic not being covered in oil, a climate change minister behaving badly, and a butterfly that looks like a cat.

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Episode 213. Glyphosate, The Gut and A Surprising No Dig BenefitGrowing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy Or copy and paste this link:.

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Glen Eira Declares a Climate Emergency 54 days into lockdownHow did a community climate action group get their city council to not only declare a climate emergency, but commit to emergency level emissions reduction measures, during a global pandemic?

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Making fabric from bamboo? ! —w/ Phoebe Yu and Kat Dey of ettitudePhoebe Yu and Kat Dey are the cofounders of ettitude, a sustainable lifestyle brand that uses CleanBamboo fabric to produce bedding, bath, and sleepwear.

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What will we carry forward from these times? The Climate MinuteWhat will be the new normal? However they are defined, after these current difficult times pass, what will survive?

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The End of Oil?I look at the outlook for oil from the International Energy Agency and report on how Canada is betting its green future on oil.

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First climate change, now COVID-19: Tips for managing the stressIn the past few years, many psychologists report seeing patients with physical and emotional symptoms related to climate change.

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Hot and Bothered Podcast: A New Commonwealth, with Jedediah Britton-PurdyOn this week's show, Kate and Daniel talk to Jedediah about his vision of commonwealth politics; the challenges of organizing in a socially distanced world; where the law fits in; and whether coming together also means naming new enemies.

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Radio Ecoshock: Famine Follows PandemicDavid Beasley, Executive Director of the United Nations World Food Programme warns the Security Council: a famine of "Biblical proportions" is developing in the 2020 pandemic.

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Gretchen MillerAlice, the same Alice you may have already heard on Climactic. So introductions were made, and from Gretchen in Sydney, to Alice up a tree in the Victorian Central Highlands, this interview was conducted late last night.

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Silencing with NoiseSound is what the world does. From the tiniest bugs to the largest whales, animals use sound to communicate, for example, they sing to attract a mate and establish a territory.

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Old Solutions, New Problems: Indigenous Adaptation in PeruIn this episode of ClimateReady, we examine how traditional, indigenous knowledge and nature-based solutions can complement modern approaches.

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S2E11: Can capitalism be regenerative? —w/ John Elkington, author of Green SwansJohn Elkington is an internationally recognized authority on corporate responsibility and sustainable development, bestselling author, and serial entrepreneur.

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Racially just Adaptation + Urban Planning and Climate Inequities + Fate of 100 Resilient Cities and much more with Dr. Linda ShiIn episode 111 of! Now on Spotify Links in this /> /> /> > Heat of the Moment podcast Lyceum Educational Podcasts!

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MCAN in the age of intentionality: The Climate MinuteWe check in with the Executive Director to find out what MCAN is doing in this time of social isolation.

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171: Mark Lynas meets SustainababbleIf the global pandemic is leaving you wanting more on the existential angst front, try dipping into chapter 6 of journalist and former activist Mark Lynas' new book, 'Our Final Warning', where you'll read that at six degrees of global heating "a wave of mass extinctions threatens life on earth".

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Episode 212. Resources and Heresy!Growing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy Or copy and paste this link:. World Organic News Podcast.

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Luke Skinner from the Climate Justice UnionLuke Skinner, secretary of the Climate Justice Union of Western Australia, joins Mark and Angelica from Climactic to talk climate justice, Government action in the face of COVID, and the power of unions - and those of us working essential jobs - in these times.

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Geology Cage Match! The Sapiezoic vs. the Anthropocene—w/ Dr. David Grinspoon, astrobiologistDr. David Grinspoon is the author of Earth in Human Hands: Shaping Our Planet's Future.

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Thumbs down, rotten tomatoes, zero stars: The Climate MinuteMichael Moore has released a dishonest movie. It fails on journalistic integrity, by using outdated footage and refusing to allow a response from it's targets.

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Climate change isn't just shifting how the world feels, it's changing how it soundsAs climate change affects animal habitats and biology, the sounds they make are changing. And New York Times science writer Emily Anthes says that could have consequences for their survival.

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Climate Change in the Ancient World: Volcanoes, Rebellions, and Lessons from the Distant PastIn the 14th episode of Climate History, co-hosts Dagomar Degroot and Emma Moesswilde interview Joseph Manning, the William K.

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Hot and Bothered Podcast: Debt vs. Democracy, with Astra TaylorOn this week's show, Kate and Daniel talk to Astra about what the coronavirus pandemic has to do with eating meat, whether we really need a technocratic savior, and why debt relief is inherently tied to democracy.

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Radio Ecoshock: Two Crises on a Small PlanetWhile many of us are stuck at home, U.S. Geological Survey reports finds extreme flooding will double every five years.

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Zero Carbon BritainIn June last year the UK government committed us all to reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050.

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Playback Theatre MelbournePart workshop, part improvisational performance, The Power For Change will recap the climate science, offer a pathway for change and use the power of playback theatre to deepen the conversation.

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S2E10: Getting transpartisan with the hosts of Political Climate, Julia Pyper and Shane SkeltonJulia Pyper and Shane Skelton are two of the three cohosts of Political Climate, a bipartisan podcast on energy and environmental politics in America.

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Saving the planet, one tree at a time: The Climate MinuteForests everywhere are under threat from climate change. Some students in Germany took action to plant resilient species of trees in an at-risk forest near Bayreuth.

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Episode 211. Science, Biomimicry and GardeningGrowing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy Or copy and paste this link.

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Katerina CosgroveKaterina Cosgrove went from being a contributor to Climactic, to being an interviewer in record time.

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Gas bans allow heat pumps to provide a clean and cozy future: The Climate MinuteShould towns in MA prohibit the use of natural gas in new construction? "Yes! " says an MCAN Board member.

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In Other News…Yes, the threat, challenge and tragedy that is COVID19 remains everyone's first concern. Coronavirus affects us all, but in this episode my aim is to talk briefly of other things.

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How a drop in oil prices today could fuel tomorrow's energy transitionDemand for oil will increase when stay-at-home orders are lifted. But the oil industry may be slow to meet that demand, sending oil prices soaring — along with consumers' interest in alternatives.

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Hot and Bothered Podcast: Building Power in a Time of Monsters, with Waleed ShahidOn this week's show, Kate and Daniel talk to Waleed Shahid about how the left can still build a winning coalition for climate justice after the Bernie Sanders campaign.

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Radio Ecoshock: Anxiety and the Flight to Safe LivingDid you feel a sense of dread about the way things were going, even before the Corona virus pandemic?

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Nori and Joro's Earth Day pilot announcement!Sanchali Pal is the Founder and CEO of Joro, an app designed to mobilize climate action.

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Music's Green DayBut what of the smaller bands for whom touring is their main source of income?

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S2E9: Travel writing a disappearing Oceania—w/ J. Maarten TroostMaarten Troost is the travel writer behind such titles as The Sex Lives of Cannibals, Getting Stoned with Savages and Headhunters on My Doorstep.

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Under the cover of pandemic: The Climate MinuteHidden by continuous media coverage of the pandemic, the current administration is pushing environmental rollbacks.

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Adapting to Climate Change during a Pandemic + BonusIn episode 110 of! Now on Spotify Shaun Martin Article on coronavirus by Emily Wasley /> Flattening the Curve Graphic > 538 Podcast.

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Episode 210. Redesigning The Food SystemGrowing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy. Or copy and paste this link:. South Dakota pork plant closes after over 200 workers contract Covid-19.

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Regenerative farming and discovering your heritage—w/ Ethan Soloviev of High Falls FarmEthan Soloviev is the coauthor of Regenerative Enterprise and Levels of Regenerative Agriculture and co-owner of High Falls Farm, a multi-enterprise farm in the Hudson Valley of New York that aims toward regenerative principles and practices.

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Reimagining Capitalism: Wealth, Power, and PatriarchyExpanding oil extraction and clean energy, supporting capitalism while fighting climate change: can humans ever really have it all?

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Why your Post Office is a climate issue: The Climate MinuteThe logic is simple: A free election is critical to climate progress. A free election, in the age of pandemic, should be mail-in.

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Reimagining CapitalismRebecca Henderson, Harvard Professor, Author and Authority on Reimagining Capitalism talks to the Sustainable Futures Report.

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Hot and Bothered Podcast: Why Food Doesn't Cure Hunger, with Raj PatelWith half of the planet on lockdown, many people around the world have been suddenly confronted with an issue they're not used to thinking about in political terms: food.

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Here are some climate change resources for kids learning at homeMillions of students are learning at home these days, and if you're a teacher or student looking for online climate change curriculum, you're in luck.

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Radio Ecoshock: COVID and Climate Together: Grief and TruthEven as pandemic deaths in Europe and the United State appear to be cresting, we are already seeing extreme weather.

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Covid-19: the environmental impactTom Heap talks through the environmental issues emerging during the coronavirus pandemic and asks what the legacy might be.

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Climate change, by any other name, will feel the same: The Climate MinuteReaching across political and cultural divides to address the root causes of climate change requires thoughtful planning and careful word choices.

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More cities buy electricity in bulkIt's a strategy known as community choice aggregation. Learn more at.

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S2E8: Commoditizing Forest Carbon and Its Discontents—w/ Dr. Lauren GiffordDr. Lauren Gifford is a critical geographer exploring the intersections of global climate policy, conservation, markets, and justice.

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Transitions Film FestivalTransitions Film Festival brought a film screening to Port Phillip in Melbourne, and Mark from Climactic was able to moderate and record the post-screening panel as a live episode.

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Catholic institutions divest from fossil fuels

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Episode 209. The TighteningGrowing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy Or copy and paste this link.

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The latest on managed mine tailings and enhanced weathering—w/ Dr. Greg Dipple of UBCDr. Greg Dipple is a Professor of Geology in the Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of British a podcast alumnus!

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Feeling the ChangeHer recent publication, Climate Crisis and Consciousness: Re-imagining our owrkd and ourselves is an intriguing and essential read, venturing into our collective stories and consciousness and guiding us towards a space that has promise even in our difficult reality.

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Raising the BarAccording to Margaret Atwood, we're no longer talking about climate change; we are facing 'everything change'.

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Tool helps people choose correct plants for rain gardens

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Onward!There are no good jokes about climate change, so instead I'm going to talk about COP26, the way out of this pandemic and its effect on actions against climate change; coal mining, geo-engineering and global dimming.

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Good news: Almost half of Minnesota's power is now carbon-freeA new fact sheet from the Business Council for Sustainable Energy, a group that represents energy efficiency, natural gas and renewable energy companies, says Minnesota is rapidly reducing greenhouse gas emissions from electric power.

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Hot and Bothered Podcast: Climate Politics in the Time of CoronavirusStill hot... still bothered... and now facing a global crisis rivaled only by the climate emergency itself.

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Carbon fees and moral pillars: The Climate MinuteListen to a Citizen Climate Lobby Fellow discuss what it takes to attract support for climate legislation from people with very different ideas about how the world works.

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170: VirusFair to say this virus lark presents a few challenges on the chuckle front. But despite all the mayhem there are as always Inhofes to be fingered and green shoots of optimism to be nurtured.

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Monitoring project helps Colorado communities prepare for water shortages

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Radio Ecoshock: Coronavirus: Five reports from the groundPersonal reports from non-profit radio hosts and volunteers: Maria Gilardin from TUC Radio San Francisco; from Australia, Vivien Langford, producer of Beyond Zero Emissions; soil scientist Jackie Heinyl, a volunteer for Red Cross emergencies - the view from Pennsylvania; from the UK, radio...

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Announcing Hot and Bothered Season 2: Pandemic EditionWe are back for a new series of the Hot and Bothered podcast, with weekly episodes on climate politics in the time of coronavirus.

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Dubuque, Iowa, helps residents recover from floods

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Witchcraft, Healing, and Desire with Jamie Lee FinchA former evangelical turned witch, Jamie Lee Finch shares wisdom from this ancient goddess religion on navigating the climate crisis.

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The "100% Solution" to Climate ChangeSolomon Goldstein-Rose is a climate activist and former Massachusetts state representative. In his new book, "The 100% Solution" he breaks down what it will take in his view for society to come up with a complete systemic solution to climate change, and achieve net negative emissions by 2050.

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Fantastic PlasticIn Cameroon a child called Pierre Kamsouloum wanted to play football, but had no ball.

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How to say "Sovereign Currency" like an expert: The Climate MinuteThe silence of conservative politicians on the deficit impact of spending two trillion dollars is, in itself, very revealing.

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Engineers Declare NSW Region Connect EventOrganizing member Lizzie Webb joins Mark to bring this Engineers Declare event to Climactic. This podcast is an excerpt from the NSW Region Connect session, where Lizzie and Chris provide an overview of the Engineers Declare movement and Engineers Act strategy development.

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Arctic warming puts ringed seals in peril

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S2E7: Why is soil carbon measurement so tricky? —w/ Dr. Jane Zelikova of Carbon180Dr. Jane Zelikova is the Chief Scientist at Carbon180, a carbon removal think tank on a mission to fundamentally rethink carbon, and cofounder of 500 Women Scientists, a nonprofit dedicated to transforming the leadership, diversity, and public engagement in science.

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Cookbook offers meatless, climate-friendly recipes

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Christiana Figueres: The Future We Choose, Coronavirus and Climate Change, the state of the Paris Climate Accords, adaptation and much more!In episode 109 of! Now on Spotify Lyceum Educational Podcasts! Podcasts in the Classroom - Discussion guides now available for the latest episode of America Adapts.

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Episode 208: No-Dig for Victory!Growing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy Or copy and paste this link.

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Beth Spencer on ArtBreakerBeth Spencer in conversation with Kit Kelen about his creative practice as poet, artist, publisher, collaborator, academic, mentor, musician and blogger.

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Hot and Bothered: Bold Visions for a Green New DealWe can only decarbonize fast and reduce social inequalities at the same time with a new political economy.

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‍🤝‍🧑 Community CornerA reminder of the persistence of the natural world, and our duty to it.. Read her writing.

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The WorldOrganicNews No-Dig Gardening Course Now Out On UdemyOr copy and paste.

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Hot and Bothered: Radical PragmatismA Green New Deal needs to translate lofty ideas into specific interventions. How quickly can we decarbonize our energy grid, how do we overcome the institutional obstacles of the American political system, and how do we put frontline communities in the lead?

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Global warming could devastate Mexican fisheries

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Going GlobalRight then. This week I'm going to talk about denial and whether climate change could lead to more pandemics in future.

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Coronavirus pandemic expected to slow transition to clean energy"The big picture is that the supply side seems to be holding up OK, meaning that projects can get the parts they need, but the demand side is in big trouble," said Dan Gearino, who's been writing on the subject for Inside Climate News.

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Nationalize the coal industry! The Climate MinuteIn theses times, what once seemed impossible suddenly seems obvious. What if the US simply bought the coal industry, retired the factories, protected the workers, preserved the communities, kept the coal in the ground and saved the planet.

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Hot and Bothered: Beyond the New DealIt's impossible to contemplate a Green New Deal without sharpening our understanding of the original New Deal-its labor movement, its ambitious experiments, and its racial inequalities.

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Fiona RossiterThis week Rich talks to Fiona Rossiter, cafe owner, business woman, author, registered nurse, mother of eight and former councillor in the Central West city of Orange, NSW.

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Preserving farmland could help the climate, advocate says

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Radio Ecoshock: Coronavirus: What can you do and how can it end?Popular UK nurse teacher Dr. John Campbell's tips. Scientist Paul Beckwith says Canada blundered into disaster, and clearing air could release 25 years worth of warming - this spring or summer.

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Hot and Bothered: Building Power, with Naomi Klein, Jane McAlevey, and Julian Brave NoiseCatWhat do political mobilization and economic reconstruction look like in the face of a climate emergency?

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Tennessee encourages organizations, businesses to cut food waste

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Wired releases its climate solutions issue! —w/ Maria Streshinsky, Wired's Executive EditorMaria Streshinsky is the Executive Editor of Wired, a science and technology magazine devoted to exploring technology's potential to shape the world for the better.

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COVID and Climate Change: Reflections on the Pandemic, the Past, and the FutureIn the 13th and most unusual episode of Climate History, co-hosts Dagomar Degroot and Emma Moesswilde share their reflections on the Covid-19 pandemic in light of their expertise as environmental historians.

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What to do with, or in, the streets? The Climate MinuteCOVID-19 is reshaping our lives in real time, revealing the same old tricks Fox uses to misinform and raising questions about how to take climate action if the streets are closed.

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Plastic BurnoutEvery year billions of products are sold around the world in plastic packaging. But some countries lack a waste system to collect and recycle or dispose of the rubbish.

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S2E6: California's big negative emissions opportunity—w/ Dr. Roger Aines of Lawrence Livermore Nat'l LabDr. Roger Aines is the Chief Scientist of the Energy Program at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and coauthor of the LLNL report Getting to Neutral: Options for Negative Carbon Emissions in California.

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Amateur team builds ultra-efficient electric car in a barn

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Mark and EavIt was great to talk to a member of such an influential and successful non-profit, and we can't wait to explore more product certification schemes, and challenge if they're appropriately engaging with the climate crisis.

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Designer cuts carbon from her clothing line

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Climate Enterprise"Crema Joe is an Australian owned business passionate about helping you get more from your daily cuppa."

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We need a #GreenStimulus: The Climate MinuteAs the triple issues of pandemic, inequality and climate change bear down on us, it is clear that a #GreenStimulus is a path to a better future.

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Current oil and gas projects will warm Earth past 1.5°C:

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Radio Ecoshock: Growing Out of This Horrible CrisisI have just one message for you now: it is not too late to prepare to feed yourself, those you love, and maybe even your community.

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Bonus Episode: Day 4 Pesticides and Herbicides? ? ? A different mindsetVideo of the Seminar: Here.

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Remotely managed farms help amateur farmers grow food indoors

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Women, Faith, and Courage for the Brokenhearted with Dr. Katharine WilkinsonDr. Katharine Wilkinson is a climate author, strategist, and teacher, working to heal the planet we call home.

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Minneapolis development to use groundwater to heat and cool buildingsA reduction in carbon-emitting coal plants has increased reliance on natural gas, especially in colder climates like Minnesota.

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Sparking Change: What We Can Learn from Australia's Catastrophic BushfiresTo hear how these fires impacted the country's ecosystems, people, and politics, we turn to two colleagues from southeastern Australia.

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Living in a climate of change: Shaping cities to adapt to uncertain futuresCandace is a Climate change adaptation and sustainability officer at City of Melbourne. She has been working as a climate change adaptation practitioner for over eight years across state and local levels of government.

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Turning Japan GreenCherry blossom is a perfect symbol of Japan's relationship with nature and the broader environment.

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What's Your Opinion?I'm setting up a webinar for patrons to discuss where the Sustainable Futures Report should go from here.

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Global warming shortens Arctic ice road season

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S2E5: Ayahuasca, shamanism, and the climate crisis—w/ Sophia Rokhlin, author of When Plants DreamShe also serves as the director of the sustainable ayahuasca cultivation program at the Temple of the Way of Light, a traditional plant medicine retreat center in the Peruvian Amazon.

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Should the towns buy Columbia Gas? The Climate MinuteColumbia Gas has had a rough run after blowing up South Lawrence. Now it is on the block to be sold.

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Citizen science project is changing the climate conversation

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Bonus Episode Day 3 No Bare Soil and WeedsThe Seminar Videos: HERE.

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Can we achieve climate justice at emergency speed?Briony has been conducting disaster risk reduction research with children and young people for over ten years.

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Lessons from a giant experiment: The Climate MinuteA recent Globe opinion piece asked good questions about the pandemic and climate change. We are engaged in a trial of new ways to live.

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Part 1 Why No-Dig? from the Change Underground SeminarWorld ORGANIC NEWS is here to bring you the latest in Organic News from around the a week World ORGANIC NEWS produces a short podcast covering the most interesting posts from the past seven days.

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SeastersIn November 2019 I caught up with an old friend and fellow conservationist, Jimmy Nails.

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Chicago house was designed to send a message

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Where Do I Start?This time the topics I'm covering include good news and positive climate messages from the mining industry, from the EU, from the UK's Financial Conduct Authority - maybe even from Boris Johnson!

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Climate change experts find hope in global action to contain coronavirusBut experts say what seems like a silver lining to the coronavirus crisis isn't a sterling solution.

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Fish swim away from warming waters

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Radio Ecoshock: The Hardest of Times Under the Black CoronavirusHow long to self isolate during the Corona virus? - new science from John Hopkins.

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Mark SpencerHarry is not just trainee General Practitioner, he's also a climate activist. So he's a great person to talk to about how to continue organising for climate action, while the COVID-19 virus understandably dominates the world's attention.

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Iowa city has clever solution for flooding problem

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Pandemic and the Green New Deal: The Climate MinuteThe corona virus pandemic has led to $1T spending plans. That money should be spent in a way consistent with the objectives of the Green New Deal.

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Climate MediaYouth on Strike is an exciting new series you can watch on YouTube. With support from Screen Australia and Junkee, this project brings you vlog footage from SS4C organisers, and past Climactic guests, in the lead-up to the March 15 2019 School Strike.

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Eco Homes Now!The demand for housing is pushing through developments of millions of new build homes. So why aren't these all being built to the best energy efficiency standards possible with the technology that's now available?

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Nonprofit helps low-income people go solar

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S2E4: A climate change prequel—w/ Nathaniel Rich, author of Losing Earth: A Recent HistoryNathaniel Rich is a writer-at-large for The New York Times Magazine and the author of three novels.

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To design a more climate-friendly building, borrow from nature

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Episode 207. Quick Response GardensWorld ORGANIC NEWS is here to bring you the latest in Organic News from around the a week World ORGANIC NEWS produces a short podcast covering the most interesting posts from the past seven days.

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Sci-FightBut now we're in the midst of a Climate Emergency; one accurately predicted by oil company Exxon's scientists as far back as 1982.

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From Heathrow to the Paris Accord: The Climate MinuteA British court enforced the Paris Agreement to stop a planned new runway in London.

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Solutions journalism covers more than bad news

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Setting SailAre we telling the right story about climate change? Are we getting the message across?

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Fort Collins cuts carbon from city operations by 20%

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Coming soon to a store near you: carbon labelsWe're all familiar with food labels that detail calories, carbohydrates and fat content. Now there's a push to add labels that detail a product's carbon footprint.

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Radio Ecoshock: Corona VirusDr. John Campbell, UK teacher of nurses and YouTube guide explains how the novel Corona Virus hurts us, who and how many.

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EPA encourages manufacturers to save energy

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Impacts of Rising Heat on Labor Markets and Public Education with Dr. Jisung Park of UCLAIn episode 108 of. If you are interested in having Doug speak at corporate and conference events, sharing his unique, expert perspective on adaptation in an entertaining and informative way, more information can be found.

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Fate of the FalconsThe Naga people of north-east India and Myanmar have long been famed for their hunting prowess.

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Tool helps Indiana towns prepare for climate change

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S2E3: We ask Vox's David Roberts if we're naive about conservatives and climateDavid Roberts is a staff writer for Vox, and his work focuses on energy, politics and climate change.

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Environmental Justice at risk in East Boston: The Climate MinuteEversource is trying to build an electrical substation in a community already heavily burdened by industrial facilities and the support of Logan airport.

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On Schools Declaring Climate Emergency w/Marco Belomo and Zel WhitingThis special workshop, facilitated by some of Australia's leading young strategists, will help students create a roadmap for getting schools to declare a climate emergency and advance serious action on climate.

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Northwest climate may support almond crops by 2050

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Utilities of the Future, Today: How Public Utilities are Pioneering Climate-Smart InfrastructureFor insight into climate-smart development, we look to the pioneering efforts of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission in the U.S. state of California.

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169: StopA more reflective / fewer-knob-jokes episode than usual. What happens when trying to change stuff gets all a bit bloody exhausting?

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Episode 206. Two Different No Dig Garden SystemsWorld ORGANIC NEWS is here to bring you the latest in Organic News from around the a week World ORGANIC NEWS produces a short podcast covering the most interesting posts from the past seven days.

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App helps restaurants reduce food waste

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Citizens' Climate Lobby's carbon fee and dividend bill—w/ Conservative Outreach Fellow Daniel PalkenDaniel Palken is a Conservative Outreach Fellow for Citizens' Climate Lobby , an organization working to build support in Congress for a national bipartisan solution to climate change.

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It's an ill windCOVID-19, the coronavirus, has got to be at the top of any agenda, but there's also news about COP26, JP Morgan, Barclays Bank, wind power, climate denial and the coming of the Anti-Greta, a bar of soap and how's your business coping with risk?

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Cities are trying to limit gas hookups in new buildings"Chefs are horrified at the idea of giving up their gas stoves," said Tom Philpott, the food and agriculture correspondent for Mother Jones.

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Corona versus the Climate: The Climate MinuteThe Corona virus gives us an interesting perspective on climate change issues. We discuss. Listen in and then head to "" for the hot links to what we talked about!

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A confrontational new musical piece about climate change

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Radio Ecoshock: Corona Climate CollapseAs we struggle with disease, crash and climate disaster: what next? UK activist Shaun Chamberlin on new film "The Sequel: What Will Follow Our Troubled Civilization?"

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CatastrophicZoe Pook and her family live in Cobargo, NSW. She was travelling with her 2 children to Adelaide for a wedding when the firewall hit Cobargo and incinerated much of the town.

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