This show is for the climate-curious people who know climate change is a problem and are trying to determine the best solutions for tackling it. Leah Stokes and Katharine Wilkinson tell stories about the multiple causes of the issue and the tools we have to fix it. This podcast is appropriate for middle school students through adults.
Climate One brings together top thinkers and doers from business, government, academia, and advocacy groups to advance the discussion about a clean energy future. The search engine is excellent for middle and high school students wanting to hear directly from leaders in the climate movement and how communities are responding. Most podcasts are 50-minutes long.
The Drawdown Agenda is an exciting podcast series exploring the ground-breaking research behind the best-selling book Drawdown, a new and inspiring vision of how we can reverse global warming by achieving “drawdown” – when atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations peak and begin to decline.
The Hot and Dry podcast, produced in Santa Fe by Cally Carswell and Collin Haffey, examines how climate change is affecting New Mexico communities.
In this podcast, journalist Stephen Lacey and venture capitalist Shayle Kann explore the fast-changing energy system. Each week, they’ll take you on a tour of the global energy transformation. This podcast is appropriate for middle school students through adults.
Join former Irish President Mary Robinson and comedian Maeve Higgins for Mothers of Invention , an uplifting new podcast, celebrating amazing women doing remarkable things in pursuit of climate justice. Each episode features the Mothers of Invention driving powerful solutions to climate change – from the grassroots to the courtroom, the front lines to the board room – all over the world.
From MPR News, Paul Huttner’s innovative Climate Cast program sets a high bar for public radio stations across the U.S. He has an uncanny ability to make the timely timeless, by fitting today’s breaking weather developments into the longer-range climate, and climate change, context.
Threshold Podcasts explore big ideas through personal stories. “We take our listeners on journeys, where they can learn without feeling preached to, empathize with people they didn’t expect to like, and imagine things they didn’t think were possible.”