Climate Change Podcasts

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Coping with Climate: Climate Grief and AdaptationIn this episode of ClimateReady, we are joined by clinical social worker and psychotherapist, Andrew Bryant.

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Radio Ecoshock: The Arctic Has Entered A New Climate StateIce is rapidly disappearing from both Poles. Two polar ice experts report latest science. From the U.S. National Center For Atmospheric Research in Colorado, Arctic scientist Laura Landrum: in 2020, the Arctic has reached a new climate state.

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Missouri Botanical Garden helps local residents go solarMore than 70 participants in the ‘Grow Solar St. Louis' program have installed solar panels.

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Climactic LiveIn September 2020, Beyond Zero Emissions hosted an online Discussion Group to follow up on the ABC's Fight For Planet A: Our Climate Challenge.

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Clean energy transition will strengthen national security, Navy veteran saysDan Misch says it will reduce U.S. reliance on foreign fuels and reduce the worst impacts of climate change.

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S2E31: Kiss the Ground doc live on Netflix! —w/ Gabe Brown, regenerative farmer and rancherNature is self-organizing, self-regulating, and self-healing. And if we follow her patterns, we can heal our ecosystem, produce better quality food, and more profitable farms and ranches.

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How should science and society collaborate in a warming world? The Climate MinuteUS government agencies like the National Science Foundation are the result of a tacit post-WWII scientific contract.

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Why Miami is vulnerable to sea-level riseMiami resident Mario Alejandro Ariza, who wrote a book on the topic, explains. Learn more at.

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The Electric Election 2020 Roadtrip w/ Benji Backer of The Conservation CoalitionReversing Climate Change alumnus and founder and president of the American Conservation Coalition, Benji Backer, returns to the show to tell us about The Conservation Coalition's new multimedia project,.

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Episode 232. Lazy or Working Smart?Growing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy Or copy and paste this link:. Website:. Lazy Bed.

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AbridgedListen to the full episode on Climactic, or Climactic an abridged version of the longer adaptation of the recent event, The Gas Fallacy.

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A degree warmer, a fire career changedThis year's historic fire season in the west has made the link between climate change and more intense and frequent wildfires abundantly clear.

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Scientist seeks old vacation photos from Acadia National ParkStephanie Spera is studying the potential impact of climate change on fall foliage in the park.

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The media and climate truth: The Climate MinuteIs the media's sudden new interest in climate change a sea change? How will we know when the coverage is authentic?

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Tipping PointAre we at a tipping point? On the point of runaway climate disaster? A tipping point as mass extinction accelerates out of control?

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Sen. Debbie Stabenow calls Great Lakes' rapid warming 'incredibly alarming'Warming waters are a threat to Michigan's economy and way of life, she says. Learn more at.

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Apple-growing is getting more difficult in many areasOne Midwest grower says his industry will need to adapt to a wetter climate. Learn more at.

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Risk of gender-based violence grows after weather disastersIt's important for emergency planners to consider as the weather grows more extreme. Learn more at.

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S2E30: How to "think little"—w/ Mary Berry, Executive Director of The Berry Center"We have not settled America. We have colonized America. Now, we've got to figure out..."

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Publicly Accessible Shorelines: Adapting to Climate Change at Crane Beach, Massachusetts: Part 2 of a 3-part series with the Trustees of ReservationsIn episode 120 of! Now on Spotify @thetrustees />Links in this /> /> >. Lyceum Educational Podcasts!

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Weymouth compressor begins commissioning phase: The Climate MinuteDespite continued opposition, and probably aided by political protection, the Weymouth Compressor Plant has begun the commissioning process that will allow full operation.

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Obstacles remain to getting electric trucks on the roadConsultant David Gardiner says offering government incentives and adding more charging stations could help. Learn more at.

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Episode 231. How I ended up in horticulture and disabilities.Growing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy Or copy and paste this link.

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REPLAY: #109: Neoliberalism, with Christine BerryWith the patience of a saint, Christine takes Dave and Ol through the basics. Yes, it's a real thing.

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Sustainable You PodcastSustainable You can be found, and sign up to our mailing list for bonus material through ourwebsite.

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Radio Ecoshock: Burning of the West!Up to a million evacuate as the Western States burn with unbearable heat and fire.

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Evangelical author encourages Christians to care for the EarthMany scriptures describe people as caretakers of creation, Lindsay Linsky says. Learn more at.

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Missing the "Why" The Climate MinuteNews outlets are failing to report the context for huge, climate driven fires on the West Coast.

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Going Vegan?Nations suing governments, deforestation and population, and CO2 as a fuel. XR protests continue and the government claims activists shouldn't break the law - while preparing to do just that.

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Carmakers rev up electric truck, SUV productionNearly half of all vehicles sold in the United States are sport utility vehicles, and the International Energy Agency reports they're second-largest contributor to the increase in greenhouse gas emissions in the last decade.

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Are buses an overlooked climate solution?Unlike hyperloops or self-driving cars, bus systems are here and now. Learn more at.

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Radio Ecoshock: Hot News With Alan WeismanWe talk with Alan Weisman author of the global best sellers "The World Without Us" and.

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NYC residents document sea-level rise in coastal neighborhoodsThe Community Flood Watch Project is collecting resident reports of flooding in Jamaica Bay. Learn more at.

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Autopia to Utopia? Car-Free CitiesAfter 100 years of city design being built around the private car, this is a rare opportunity to bank on the behaviour change to reduce pollution, improve air quality and get more of us active.

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Tech startup aims to connect small farms with local consumersFounder Janelle Maiocco says people are hungry for convenient, sustainable options. Learn more at.

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S2E29: Jonathan Safran Foer on meat, and his book We Are the WeatherRegardless of where you stand on the ethics of eating meat, the fact is, it's a big part of the climate math.

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Big oil's plastic dream: The Climate MinuteExxon was dropped from the DJIA, indicating the decline of the industry. But Big Oil has plans to survive the renewable revolution by using all that fracked gas to make plastics.

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One woman's story of living through California's recent wildfiresWe've never seen one like this in my lifetime here.' Learn more at.

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Episode 230. Evolution and ResponseGrowing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy Or copy and paste this link:.

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50: SteelIs it steel vs the planet? Is the ongoing the crisis in UK steel REALLY all the fault of us tree-huggers?

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Climactic CurationThe Climactic Collective is a podcast network of shows engaged with the climate crisis, and other pressing social issues.

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Lessons from Laura: The Climate MinuteThe behavior of hurricane Laura teaches us about how climate change is remaking the world.

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Sen. Debbie Stabenow says farmers can help reduce global warmingThe Democrat from Michigan says many people in agriculture want to address the problem. Learn more at.

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RebellionAs the Arctic melts, Extinction Rebellion urges the British government to speed up its response to the climate emergency.

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There's a push to name and rank heat wavesWe've named hurricanes for decades and The Weather Channel names winter storms. Now one group wants to name heat waves to boost awareness about their growing impact.

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Young conservative speaks up about the climateNow I know that I'm not the only one that sees things the way that I do.' Learn more at.

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Radio Ecoshock: Climate Emergency During Pandemic"Our Final Warning: Six Degrees of Climate Emergency" - new book with guest Mark Lynas.

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Costly 'refined coal' subsidy is failing to achieve air pollution goalsThe U.S. government provides about $1 billion annually in tax credits for chemically treated coal that is supposed to cut air pollution.

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City turns flood-prone properties into a trail systemIt's one of a number of steps that Elkhart, Indiana, is taking to prevent flooding.

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S2E28: How many jobs will a direct air capture industry create? —w/ John Larsen of Rhodium GroupDirect air capture or DAC is one of the many strategies we need to employ to achieve the goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

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The climate impact of redlining: The Climate MinuteSystemic racism embodied in 1930's New Deal housing policy still has environmental justice implications today, where formerly redlined communities are hotter and more dangerous then other neighborhoods.

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How California could become carbon-neutral within 25 yearsAccording to a plan developed by utility Southern California Edison. Learn more at.

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135: Asad Rehman meets SustainababbleCurrently the Executive Director of anti poverty charity War on Want, for 10 years Asad led Friends of the Earth's international climate work, putting justice and the voices of the global South at the heart of civil society's demands during UN climate talks.

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Episode 229. Ducks! Regenerative GrazersGrowing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy Or copy and paste this link.

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Mid-Atlantic, Northeast states work to cut CO2 from transportationTransportation is a major source of carbon pollution. Learn more at.

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Cascading catastrophes: The Climate MinuteFrom wildfires in CA to twin hurricanes in the Gulf, America and the world are facing the real time consequences of climate change.

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Minnesota's boreal forest is a climate change hot spotNorthern Minnesota is warming twice as fast as most other parts of the United States, and that's beginning to change the makeup of forests there.

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Coffee farmers, nonprofit work to slow deforestation in PeruOne strategy is to grow coffee in the shade. Learn more at.

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Radio Ecoshock: Big Questions About Your FutureThis week we catch up with extreme heat coming to American cities - it will be literally "off-the-charts".

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Ancient Tennessee River floods hold a warning for the futureResearcher Lisa Davis has found evidence of enormous floods of the past - and she says similar events could happen again.

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Pandemics and Climate Change: What History Tells Us About Today's Greatest ChallengesIn the 16th episode of Climate History, co-hosts Dagomar Degroot and Emma Moesswilde interview professor Timothy Newfield, a climate historian and historical epidemiologist in the departments of history and biology at Georgetown University.

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Preserving produce can help you eat more local foodBerries, peppers, root vegetables and more can be stored for the winter months. Learn more at.

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S2E27: Are grasslands overshadowed by charismatic megaflora? —w/ Chris Kerston of Savory InstituteRanching has been vilified as a major contributor to climate change. But what if it's not the cow but the HOW?

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Former U.S. Senator Russ Feingold: Climate ChangeIn episode 119 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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Remembering Cobargo, Witnessing CaliforniaWhy is this relevant? Because California is going through a transformation of their energy system, and the transition to renewables is being blamed in some quarters for the failure and blackouts wracking California.

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Two big ideas: The Climate MinuteNo matter who becomes president, global action on climate requires cooperation between the US and China.

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Maggot farm in South Africa reduces food wasteThe insects eat leftovers that would otherwise sit in landfills, emitting carbon pollution. Learn more at.

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72: WaspsPlus, Microsoft Excel has a plan for the nation's newts - and clean coal oxymoronicism from our orange friend over the pond.

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Episode 228. A Number to Send ChillsGrowing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy. Or copy and paste this link:. Greenland ice sheet lost a record 1m tonnes of ice per minute in 2019.

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How farmers and ranchers keep animals safe during hurricanesBeef cattle are surprisingly resilient, but horses are a different story. Learn more at.

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Cost of smog gives new perspective on stopping climate change: The Climate MinuteAir pollution - the particles and smog that come from burning fossil fuels - are even more damaging than we had realized.

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Can the Midwest expect more derechos?Climate change is expected to increase the number of hot, humid days in the Midwest.

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Synthetic fertilizers are heating the planetThe fertilizers are a major source of heat-trapping nitrous oxide emissions. Learn more at.

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Radio Ecoshock: Venice, San Francisco, Climate-wreckingThink of the great cities about to be lost as seas rise on a warming planet.

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California's cap-and-trade program pays for clean water fundA 2019 law allocates up to $130 million to solutions each year for a decade.

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Few companies consider health impacts of their environmental practicesFor example, pharmaceutical companies may not account for the air pollution generated by transporting their medicines.

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S2E26: How to Burn a Goat: Farming with the Philosophers—w/ Dr. Scott H. Moore, authorWe live in a point-and-click society where labor is seen as something to overcome. But what if we've got it wrong?

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HalfcutOne guest - two interviews. Jimmy Halfcut has been engaged in activism, organising, and fundraising for many years.

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Forecasting a stormy election season: The Climate MinuteComplacency about the normalcy of our upcoming election is a danger. From Covid pandemics to mail delays, political dirty tricks and Russian interference, the run up to our election will be turbulent.

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Nuns agree to turn former convent into flood-prevention projectThe convent suffered flooding, a lightning strike, and a fire. Learn more at.

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186: Talking ClimateIt is just possible that yelling about wet-bulb temperature and the certain heat death of everything isn't as effective a climate communications strategy as some may think.

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Episode 227. The RegenEarth Approach to ChooksGrowing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy Or copy and paste this link.

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Smart thermostats help Illinois residents save energy and moneyA utility has been providing free thermostats to low - and middle-income customers. Learn more at.

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A roadmap of our own: The Climate MinuteAs the Massachusetts Climate Roadmap legislation slowly advances on Beacon Hill, we take stock of lessons learned with Craig Altemose of The Better Futures Project.

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Changing of the guard in Minn. climate researchScientist Heidi Roop is replacing Mark Seeley at the University of Minnesota Department of Soil, Water, and Climate.

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Wisconsin farmer says growing food is getting harderAs the climate warms, the weather is growing more erratic. Learn more at.

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Renewable energy needs more female leaders and leaders of color, researcher saysA more inclusive, diverse leadership is essential.' Learn more at.

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Radio Ecoshock: Super Storms And Dying CoralMeteorologist and storm expert Dr. Jeff Masters on super storms predicted by James Hansen-led paper.

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Global warming threatens Atlantic puffin recovery in MaineRapid warming in the Gulf of Maine is driving their fish food sources to cooler waters.

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S2E25: The DAC-up plan for climate change—w/ Dr. Jen Wilcox of Worcester Polytechnic InstituteThere is a temptation to believe that science and technology will save us from climate change, while we continue business as usual.

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Joelle GergisDr Joëlle Gergis is an award-winning Australian climate scientist and writer, currently teaching at the Australian National University.

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Next steps for MA Climate Legislation: The Climate MinuteBoth the MA House and Senate have passed their own version of climate legislation. Now the differences must be resolve to get a final joint bill.

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Teen changes stepdad's mind on global warmingBoth used to think the problem was a hoax. Learn more at.

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The Moral Case for Climate Reparations + Climate Justice with Maxine BurkettIn episode 118 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 A Pathway To Peace: Ideas For A New And More Resilient Reality The Future of Climate Change and...

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185: Eco-anxietyWhat if a problem even greater than climate change or ecological collapse is our sense of powerlessness in the face of these crises?

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Episode 226. We Need a Regeneration RevolutionGrowing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy. Or copy and paste this link.

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What happens when livestock escape after big storms?In Sarasota County, Florida, a trained team responds to agricultural emergencies. Learn more at.

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New climate legislation on Beacon Hill: The Climate MinuteClimate legislation moved forward in the Massachusetts legislature recently. Both the House and the Senate have passed slightly different versions of a bill.

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Big Oil pivots to renewables, but will it last?The coronavirus outbreak is costing big oil big billions, causing some oil companies to invest in renewable energy.

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Scientist's work to protect fish could be undone by climate changeAndrew Rosenberg helped write regulations to address overfishing in New England and the mid-Atlantic. Learn more at.

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Radio Ecoshock: Climate Rebellion and Deep AdaptationShould we tell young people what we've done to the climate? Too late: they are telling us.

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Existing solutions could prevent catastrophic climate changeThe nonprofit Project Drawdown analyzed the potential impact of a range of technologies and practices.

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Rising heat could disproportionately harm African-American communitiesExtreme heat is growing more common because of global warming. Learn more at.

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S2E24: Black Americans Care About Climate Change —w/ Jared DeWese of Third WayWe know that minority populations bear an unequal burden when it comes to climate change.

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Representative John LewisJohn Lewis' life is an inspiration to all Americans. As racial justice and climate justice become nearly synonymous, we try to draw lessons.

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Port of Virginia cuts carbon dioxide emissions with hybrid cargo carriersThe cost of the new carriers is offset by fuel savings. Learn more at.

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184: Robert Llewellyn meets SustainababbleRobert Llewellyn is an actor and comedian who since 1989 has played angular faced mechanoid Kryten in cult sci-fi classic Red Dwarf.

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Episode 225. Compost. Is it Really Necessary?Growing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy Or copy and paste this link.

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Announcing Climactic CurationThis is not the next episode of Climactic. It's an announcement of a new format of show from the Climactic Collective, a monthly 'audio magazine' featuring some of the best from across the shows on the network.

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A shift in our politics? The Climate MinuteAs the campaign enters its final three months, we look at the climate policies and implications of the candidates.

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Farmers earn income by leasing land for solarIt's one way for them to continue making money from their land post-retirement. Learn more at.

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And Finally…And finally...no, this isn't the last episode, just the last episode in July before I close down for August.

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Great Lakes temperatures breaking recordsWater temperatures in the Great Lakes have been trending upward for decades, but this summer has brought temperatures near 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Erosion along Lake Michigan worsensWinter storms destroyed more than 40 feet of beach in Beverly Shores, Indiana. Learn more at.

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How to Decolonize the Atmosphere —w/ Dr. Holly Jean BuckMany indigenous communities see the climate crisis as another form of colonialism. First World countries have colonized the atmosphere with their greenhouse gas emissions.

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Radio Ecoshock: Climate: Misunderstood ImpactsWe have three interviews this week, including 2 climate scientists. Andy Pitman: new science on how climate really hits us.

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What is ocean acidification?It's a problem that threatens entire ecosystems. Learn more at.

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Deliberate flooding could recharge an Idaho riverIt's a promising way to store water for summer use. Learn more at.

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S2E23: Can green sand beaches sequester carbon at scale? —w/ Kelly Erhart and Tom Green of Project VestaCarbon dioxide levels are double what they were prior the Industrial Revolution. And we know that reducing emissions is simply not going to be enough to avoid widespread ecological collapse.

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Coastal Banks: Adapting to Climate Change at Wasque Beach on Martha's Vineyard: Part 1 of a 3-part series with the Trustees of ReservationsIn episode 117 of! Now on Spotify @thetrustees />Links in this /> /> /> Lyceum Educational Podcasts!

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Between Dystopia and Utopia: The Climate MinuteThe social foundations of the Doughnut Economics model are a baseline standard for human livability that must be achieved for everyone on the planet.

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A relatively simple change could reduce bat fatalities from wind turbinesThe turbines kill more than 500,000 bats each year, scientists estimate. Learn more at.

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183: Gillian Burke meets SustainababbleThe BBC's Springwatch is a cultural institution in the UK, showcasing the extraordinary but often overlooked wildlife of these crumbling isles with warts 'n all realism.

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Episode 224. Fractional FarmingGrowing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy Or copy and paste this link.

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BZE Community ShowDr Saleemul Huq spoke to an international audience about "Climate, Covid19 and the collaboration we need." He described how the recent Cyclone Amphan was supercharged by the elevated temperatures in the Bay of Bengal.

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Town protects economy after coal-plant closureThe plant had been the town's biggest taxpayer. Learn more at.

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The Doughnut and planetary boundaries: The Climate MinuteDoughnut Economics provides a "playfully serious approach" to "meet the needs of all within the means of the planet." We talk with Cody Harrison about planetary limits, their interactions and how to use the doughnut to make smarter policies.

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All the Lovely PeopleThis week I'm looking at population, and like many other sustainability issues it is broad, deep and complicated.

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Climate change is hastening lakeshore erosionWetter, warmer weather brought about by climate change appears to be hastening lakeshore erosion, and it's putting some cabins precariously close to the water's edge.

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ClimateWorks for BusinessThey've allowed us to share this episode of their new program Business Essentials Daily, this short, sweet, and in plain business English interview with Anna Skarbek of the thinktank Climate Works, on how businesses taking action on climate change isn't just the right thing, it's the financially sound thing.

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Heat waves can be 'silent killers'And in Portland, Oregon, people of color and those with less education live in the hottest parts of the city.

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Radio Ecoshock: Watch Out For River Floods!Outside the news, COVID hometown Wuhan and the Yangtze River overflowing Three Gorges Dam. One third of Bangladesh under water.

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Idaho farmers jointly cut water consumptionThey rely on the dwindling Eastern Snake River Plain aquifer. Learn more at.

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Stopping the Storm with Carlos RodriguezIn our season finale, we take you on a journey to Puerto Rico to meet evangelical pastor turned relief worker and climate advocate, Carlos Rodriguez.

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Why cutting meat consumption can help the climateUniversity of British Columbia researcher Seth Wynes offers guidance. Learn more at.

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S2E22: The unexpected order in the global "waste" trade—w/ Adam Minter, author of Junkyard Planet and SecondhandHave you ever wondered what happens to your clothes after you drop them off at Goodwill?

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Episode 223. Shaping the EarthGrowing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy. Or copy and paste this link.

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Canadian company recycles minerals from electric vehicle batteriesThere's opportunity there to reuse those materials, make them as good as new.' Learn more at.

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182: Roman Krznaric meets SustainababbleAre you being a good ancestor? Are WE being good ancestors? What the hell is a good ancestor and do I have to buy them a present?

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Market Forces and UsYou will also hear from Seán Marsh who states, "The finance industry is the worst enabler of environmental destruction in this country, and I can't wait to shed some light on what we can do to stop that!"

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Company creates climate-friendlier bricksCalled K-Briqs, they're made from construction and demolition waste. Learn more at.

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The path beyond gas: The Climate MinuteWith the coal industry nearly dead, the battle for the future is between renewable energy and natural gas.

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The Endgame…It's another week of odds and ends. It's Bees' Needs Week - there's an apology from a campaigner for the climate hoax - it's the sun, stupid, not CO2 - alternatives to plastic, to food and to economic growth - green recovery or environmental endgame?

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COVID-19 is increasing carbon-emitting medical wasteA lot of waste produced by hospitals has to be burned. The incinerators used to do that emit more carbon dioxide per megawatt hour than coal power plants.

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Former Iowa Gov. Chet Culver pushes energy efficiencyHe says prioritizing efficiency could drive economic growth. Learn more at.

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The promise and peril of blockchain governance—w/ Dr. Nick Cowen, University of LincolnThe American Constitution provides the ‘nuts and bolts of liberty,' putting constraints on the government and promising equality before the law.

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Radio Ecoshock: When Clouds Cannot ContinueAt cloud doomsday Earth's temperature soars 8 degrees C, 14 degrees Fahrenheit. We hope that will never come, but if we go there, that is the end.

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S2E21: Buildings grown by bacteria? ! and other frontiers in architecture—w/ Dr. Wil Srubar, CU BoulderWhat's the future got in store for architecture? A return to tried and true organic construction methods like adobe or rammed earth?

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Grampa, what was a butterfly? The Climate MinuteHuman life is short, geological time is long. It is easy for humans to adapt and accept the losses due to climate change without even noticing.

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Episode 222. Fermentation and RotationsGrowing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy. Or copy and paste this link.

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The Biggest Short: Climate Change meets the 30-Year Home Mortgage with Dr. Jesse KeenanIn episode 116 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 Request for comment for Fifth National Climate Assessment /> /> America Adapts was published in...

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181: LitterHas four months of lockdown made us all beserkers, or is this just what it's always like and we'd forgotten?

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Simon MooreIn this episode Simon discusses the boundary between activism and academia with Professor Julia Steinberger from the University of Leeds.

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Pandemic bike boom paves way for greener streetsA survey of residents in six European countries found 75 percent of respondents supported maintaining changes to streets that have allowed for more biking and socially-distant walking during the pandemic.

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A bad week to be a pipeline: The Climate MinuteThis past week, three iconic pipelines were dealt legal blows that resound among activists. Due to the persistent resistance of indigenous and EJ groups as well as that of the entire community of climate activists, things look bad for pipeline proponents.

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Fossil FuturesThis week I'm talking about the energy industry with James Spencer, Managing Director of Portland Fuel.

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Radio Ecoshock: HEAT STROKE: When Heat KillsWhile we keep pumping up greenhouse gases, and the economy staggers toward the exits, could it get so hot that large parts of the heavily inhabited Earth would have to be abandoned?

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Braving the Wilderness with Rabbi Jennie RosennIn this profound and beautiful conversation, we talk with Rabbi Jennie Rosenn, Founder and CEO of Dayenu - a movement of American Jews confronting the climate crisis with spiritual audacity and bold political action.

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S2E20: Beyond markets and states: an intro to Elinor Ostrom—w/ Dr. Nick Cowen, University of LincolnThe tragedy of the commons suggests that, left to our own devices, we will overuse and overconsume our shared resources in the name of self-interest.

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Building codes and building community: The Climate MinuteWe have a last conversation with departing MCAN Executive Director Carol Oldham and learn what is important now.

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180: Being EcofriendlyBut for most campaignery types, individual lifestyle change plays second or third fiddle to political action and corporate restraint.

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Episode 221. From Errors Comes KnowledgeGrowing a No-Dig Garden on Udemy Or copy and paste this link.

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Sustainable FuturesLast week I told you about a paper in the journal nature communications entitled "Scientists' Warning on Affluence", which explained how affluence leads to overconsumption which in turn leads to environmental damage.

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Public LaunchThe Million Jobs Plan is the framework to restore our economy. We've mapped out how we can rebuild our nation through practical projects that can restore our economy, modernise our industry, reskill our workforce and deliver a bright and secure economic future.

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Climate change affecting wild riceClimate change is taking a significant toll on wild rice in Minnesota and Wisconsin. The crop failure rate has gone from 25 percent to 50 percent on some lakes, and the plants significance to Ojibwe communities makes finding a solution all the more delicate — and dire.

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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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Poor birth outcomes associated with climate changeOf 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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'Black lives impacted by 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 requires comprehensive climate 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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To prevent a pandemic, fight climate changeClimate change has exacerbated some of the health inequities behind disparities in COVID-19 cases.

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Early climate prediction for 2020 'spot on'The 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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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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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 chainsThe Atlantic hurricane season officially starts June 1, but 2020 marks the sixth consecutive season a tropical cyclone has formed before the official June 1 start date.

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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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