How to Save the Planet

Friends of the Earth

How 17,000 people took Shell to court - and won

This summer, in a ground-breaking ruling, a Dutch court ordered Shell to reduce its emissions. This is the first time a company has been made to take action to prevent climate breakdown.  The case was brought by Friends of the Earth Netherlands, alongside 17,000 co-plaintiffs and other organisations.In this episode Fran and Finn speak to Nine de Pater, from Friends of the Earth Netherlands, to hear more about the case and how these changes can have a wide impact on our planet. This is the last episode in the current season, How to Save the Planet podcast will be taking a break until the new year. Thanks for listening! Support the show (

Regenerative Agriculture Podcast

John Kempf

Episode #76: Tim Parton

Tim Parton is a regenerative agriculture advocate and Farm Manager at Brewood Park Farm in the United Kingdom. Tim has been implementing regenerative practices on his 300-hectare estate for over 15 years. He has received several accolades for his work, such as being named the Arable Innovator of the Year by British Farming Awards and receiving the Farm Innovator of the Year award from Farmers Weekly. Throughout their conversation, Tim and John discuss: Tim’s background and retreat from intensive pesticide use.  How balancing plant nutrition helped Tim cultivate canola seedlings that are resistant to flea beetles. Tim’s experience with Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus (or BYDV) and how he manages aphids in an ecological system. Foliar application systems and their economic impacts. Increases in commodity fertilizer prices and what this means for the financial viability of regenerative agriculture. How Tim has managed to not apply any NPK fertilizers for more


Randall Carlson

Episode #077: Slaying of Taurus the Bull - Mithras / Mayan Symbology

We look at various definitions, following the etymology of "temperance" - the 14th trump of the Tarot deck, and the card's symbols encoding the great cycles of cosmic destruction. RC dives into the "Tauroctony" and the many clues that are presented with Mithras slaying Taurus. He also previews upcoming episodes on “Ekpyrosis” that tell the stories of the simultaneous worst urban and worst forest fires in US history, back in October of 1871.  Kosmographia Ep077 The Randall Carlson Podcast with Brothers of the Serpent – Kyle and Russ, Normal Guy Mike, and GeocosmicREX admin Bradley, from 12/13/21.   LINKS:  Announcements about events, tours and more:  (Monthly) Contact at the Clark Fork June '22  Full listing of scientific papers about the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis: C

The Great Simplification with Nate Hagens

Nate Hagens

The Great Simplification with Nate Hagens explores money, energy, economy, and the environment with world experts and leaders to understand how everything fits together, and where we go from here.

Climate One

Climate One from The Commonwealth Club

Corporate Net Zero Pledges: Ambitious or Empty Promises?

Corporate pledges of reaching net zero carbon emissions have quickly become commonplace. Critics argue that such pledges are mere greenwashing, and even if pledges are fulfilled, the balance sheets usually utilize carbon offsets, which can be of questionable quality and accountability. Proponents of corporate net zero pledges say we’ll never get to net zero emissions without corporate action, and pledges represent legitimate ramping up of ambition and commitment. How can consumers, investors and policy leaders distinguish between stalling and increased ambition? Can third party auditors hold companies accountable?
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It's Sedimentary, My Dear: A Geology Podcast

Ellen & Jane

Are curious about your home — your home planet, that is? Welcome to the podcast that explains it all, It’s Sedimentary, My Dear. Every other week, hosts Jane and Ellen “dig deep” into the secrets buried in the rocks and minerals that make up planet Earth.

The MapScaping Podcast - GIS, Geospatial, Remote Sensing, earth observation and digital geography


Geospatial Education As A Service

This episode is not just about how to be better at teaching and helping students learn geospatial skills and concepts, it's also about building and selling online courses. It's about education as a service and how we make the service as assessable as possible.

But more broadly, it's about being better communicators and helping people get to where they are trying to go.


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Geology On The Rocks

James Hobbs

James the Geologist and Bryan Baggins dive deeper into various geological topics with rock hammers in one hand and a whiskey on the rocks in the other. Grab a drink, take a seat, and enjoy the conversation with our hosts and esteemed guests. Stay cool, tune in, and keep it on the rocks! Support this podcast:

Weather with Cliff Mass

Cliff Mass

Snow, Flooding, Freezing Rain and More. The Forecast and What Determines The Type of Precipitation We Receive?

During the past week we have been hit by rain, snow, and freezing rain.  Strong warm fronts and cold fronts. Flooding and record-breaking snow.
I will talk about our recent weather and provide the weekend forecast.  And I will also tell you how the atmospheric temperature structure controls the type of precipitation we receive at the surface.

Coal at Sunset: A Colorado Town in Transition

The Institute for Science & Policy

In rural northwestern Colorado, the town of Craig is at a crossroads. Coal has long been the primary employer and economic driver in this small, tight-knit community, which takes pride in providing energy to the surrounding region. Here, coal is an identity. A duty. A way of life. But something is about to change. In order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Colorado is moving on from fossil fuels. And in 2020, Tri-State, the local electrical utility, announced that it would close the Craig coal-fired power plant and coal mines by the end of the decade. Now, residents face an uncertain future. Some business owners and local officials are seeking to reinvent Craig’s economy. Others still hold out hope of a coal revival. This is a story about the energy we use every day. But it's also a story about values and resilience in the face of change. Craig is only the latest American coal town to face a transition. It won't be the last. Can it succeed where others have failed? Coal at Sunset: A Colorado Town in Transition was created by the Institute for Science & Policy at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science and is produced in partnership with House of Pod.

What If, discussed.

Raphael F

What If You Explored the Deepest Points of Earth? - with George Kourounis

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We've explored a lot on this planet, but how deeply have we truly gone? The Earth's core is over 6000km deep...and the deepest we've drilled is roughly 12km! Not even 1%, and we haven't talked about the Earth's Oceans. Join Peter and Richard as they welcome long time host of "Angry Planet" George Kourounis, and they take their deepest dive yet with "What If we explored the deepest parts of the Earth?" on What If Discussed.

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Join hosts Peter Schmiedchen and Richard Garner with some of the world’s top thinkers in science, astronomy, technology, academia and futurism to ponder some of your most popular What If videos. Subscribe to this podcast and please rate & review us. Thanks for being part of the What


Sustainababble: comedy, nature, climate change.

#235: Sustainabauble 2021

A statement from Dave and Ol: "All Sustainabaubles complied with the rules at the time of recording. Not that there have been any Sustainabaubles. But should there have been, they would have been babble-secure. And, just to be sure, we've instructed Arabella to investigate a Sustainabauble that definitely didn't happen, in case it in fact did."


**You can still watch Dave and Ol in a livestream event, together with access to watch the wonderful film The Atom: A Love Affair, until New Year's Eve. Find out more here.**

Sustainababble is your friendly environment podcast, out weekly. Theme music by the legendary Dicky Moore – @dickymoo. Sustainababble logo by the splendid Arthur Stovell at Design by Mondial. Ecoguff read out by Arabella.

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For What It's Earth

Emma Brisdion & Lloyd Hopkins

Environment, climate and sustainability podcast. We make big issues bite-sized, explaining the science behind what’s going on in the world, and exploring the things that we can do to help out. Hosted by Emma Brisdion and Lloyd Hopkins.

The Mineral Rights Podcast: Mineral Rights | Royalties | Oil and Gas | Matt Sands

Matt Sands

Welcome to The Mineral Rights Podcast! I'm here to help you to make the most out of your oil and gas mineral rights and royalty interests. From the latest mineral rights news to featured guests, get the knowledge and resources you need to manage your minerals and royalties.

Eat For The Planet with Nil Zacharias

Eat For The Planet

#153 - Next Gen Foods: Making Ridiculously Good Chicken From Plants

Andre Menezes is the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Next Gen, the parent company of TiNDLE. Next Gen is a Singapore-based food tech company with a mission to create delicious and satisfying food products, all with the power of plants.
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Weather: Storm Front Freaks

Storm Front Freaks

#147 SFFP - Into The Storm Movie Commentary

In This Episode

Storm Front Freaks Into The Storm Movie Commentary

How to Watch “Into The Storm” with the Freaks

Cue up the movie and we’ll count you down to push play so you can enjoy the movie with the Storm Front Freaks wild and factual commentary.  Feel free to join us In our drinking game which you can download from the link below…

Storm Front Freaks “Into The Storm” Movie Drinking Game 

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Next episode records on January 6th with Good Morning America’s Ginger Zee. You can join us to watch LIVE by becoming a SFF Patreon member! 


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Water Women

Water Women

100 - Stay Salty Forever - Jill Corey

Water Women has been some incredible. This is not goodbye, but a stay salty until we meet again soon. <3 

Age of Plastic

Andrea Fox

An environmental podcast with tips on how to live plastic free! Host Andrea Fox tackles big ethical issues with her knowledgeable guests, all in the hope of overcoming the climate change overwhelm and battling the single-use plastic guilt.

The Hydrogen Podcast

Paul Rodden

Baker Hughes Looking To Lower The Upfront Cost Of Turquoise Hydrogen, Where Is Japan Going To Get Their Hydrogen From, And Shell Partners With Hydro Havrand To Go Green

Welcome to The Hydrogen Podcast!In episode 063, Japan continuing to invest big in hydrogen. A new green hydrogen project from Shell has gotten announced. And Baker Hughes is getting into the turquoise hydrogen business. All of this on today's hydrogen podcast. Thank you for listening and I hope you enjoy the podcast. Please feel free to email me at with any questions. Also, if you wouldn't mind subscribing to my podcast using your preferred platform... I would greatly appreciate it. Respectfully,Paul RoddenVISIT THE HYDROGEN PODCAST WEBSITEhttps://thehydrogenpodcast.comCHECK OUT OUR BLOG TO SPONSOR THE PODCAST? Send us an email to: info@thehydrogenpodcast.comNEW TO HYDROGEN AND NEED A QUICK INTRODUCTION?Start Here: The 6 Main Colors

Real Organic Podcast

Real Organic Project

Nora Taleb: Lessons From Europe's Add-On Food Labels

#036: Nora Taleb of Germany's Naturland, the longest-running food label put forth and managed by a farmer association in the EU, shares insights and challenges around keeping farmers fairly paid, consumers well educated, and Big Ag out of the decision making process. To watch a video version of this podcast please visit: Real Organic Podcast is hosted by Dave Chapman and Linley Dixon, engineered by Brandon StCyr, and edited and produced by Jenny Prince.The Real Organic Project is a farmer-led movement working towards certifying 1,000 farms across the United States this year. Our add-on food label distinguishes soil-grown fruits and vegetables from hydroponically-raised produce. It also identifies pasture-raised meat, milk, and eggs as compared to products harvested from animals in horrific confinement (CAFOs - co

Geology Bites By Oliver Strimpel

Oliver Strimpel

What moves the continents, creates mountains, swallows up the sea floor, makes volcanoes erupt, triggers earthquakes, and imprints ancient climates into the rocks? Oliver Strimpel, a former astrophysicist and museum director asks leading researchers to divulge what they have discovered and how they did it. To learn more about the series, and see images that support the podcasts, go to

The Nick Zentner Geology Podcast

Nick Zentner

#83 Karin Sigloch Live!

Nick recalls a big day in the YouTube livestream series.

Christian Flat Earth Ministry

James Edwards

The plane truth about the flat earth!

The Uptime Wind Energy Podcast

Allen Hall & Rosemary Barnes

Uptime is a wind energy podcast focused on improving the efficiency of wind turbines and renewable energy. On this show, experts Allen Hall and Rosemary Barnes break down the latest research, tech, policy and news from the wind industry.

The Sustainability Agenda

Fergal Byrne

Episode 141 Interview with Professor Katharina Pistor on How the Law Creates Wealth and Inequality

Katharina Pistor, Professor of Comparative Law and director of the Center on Global Legal Transformation at Columbia Law School, discusses her most recent book The Code of Capital: How the Law Creates Wealth and Inequality. In this fascinating discussion, she highlights the various ways that debt, complex financial products, and other assets are selectively coded to protect and reproduce private wealth—and the malleability of the legal system, that can be redesigned, and repurposed--by well paid lawyers. Katharina discusses the recent trend to create environmental financial assets-and highlights what she sees as a crucial, perennial, question: who will bear any financial losses (associated with climate change investments). Katharina also shares some ideas on we might create a financial system that would be more socially, environmentally and financially equitable. 

The Backpacker's Guide To Prehistory

David Mountain

The podcast that provides top travel tips for time travellers. Each episode host David Mountain will be asking experts in palaeobiology about the most interesting, exciting and important aspects of prehistory.

Geographical Thinking

Esri Canada

Reaching Isolated Populations

To help our battle against COVID-19, public health’s need for location analytics was obvious. Meet two members of the Esri Canada’s new public health team in this episode and hear how two GIS enabled Canadian projects in this field  – HIV self-testing kits and getting COVID vaccines to the homebound- have made a difference.


AMS Food Security Committee

How can we improve Food Security in a rapidly warming climate? Join us as we talk to meteorologists, sociologists, and policy experts across the Globe who have dedicated their careers to improving access to nutritious food. We will tackle everything from what makes an impactful early warning system to how technological advancements in agrometeorology can help in the battle for Food Security.

Permaculture for the Future

Josh Robinson

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Watts Up

Watts Up by GRNE Solar

Renewable energy and sustainability news is nothing short of a rollercoaster with changes by the day. What better way to stay up-to-date on Watts Up than hearing from industry experts sharing about their innovations, solutions, and knowledge.

The Weather Lounge


Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

What About Water? with Jay Famiglietti

Global Institute for Water Security

"What About Water" connects water science with the stories that bring about solutions, adaptations & actions for the world's water realities. Hosted by Jay Famiglietti and presented by the Global Institute for Water Security and The Walrus Lab. Formerly known as "Let's Talk About Water".

The Dirt on Turf Podcast

Christopher Toppings

Follow along with us as we dive into the Turf Industry. We will interview turf professionals weekly. The history of their career, adversity faced in today’s turf industry, high and low of turf career, cultural practices they live by, importance of continuing education, and much more. We will interview sports turf managers, turf products and equipment representatives, and much more. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: @dirtturfpodcast

Cutting Carbon

GE Gas Power

Ep. 25: Around the World: U.S.

On our final episode of Season 4, we are focusing on U.S. policy with Roger Martella, Chief Sustainability Officer at GE. We'll discuss current policies with a U.S. lens as the country is moving towards their aggressive goals to reduce greenhouse emissions. Roger Martella Bio GE Sustainability Website GE Energy Transition Website For more information, please visit and follow GE’s Power business on Twitter and LinkedIn. You can learn more about the Cutting Carbon podcast here and please consider subscribing to the podcast on your player of choice.

Geology Podcast Network


Storybook Earth ep. 6 – Zircon: Impossibly Fantastic!

Episode summary introduction: In this episode of Storybook Earth, Jess shares the stories of zircons and why they have become a cornerstone of geochronology, or, the study of geologic aging. Find out how Jess discovered her passion for zircon geochronology, what zircons are, where you can find them, and why they can be compared to the […]


Big Brains Media LLC

The world's oldest and greatest weather podcast. Join weather geeks James Spann, Bill Murray, Kim Klockow-McClain, Dr. Neil Jacobs, Rick Smith, Aubrey Urbanowicz, Jen Narramore, and Troy Kimmel along with some of the most brilliant minds in the weather enterprise every week!

On The Environment

Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy

The Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy, a joint undertaking between the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and the Yale Law School, seeks to incorporate fresh thinking, ethical awareness, and analytically rigorous decisionmaking tools into environmental law and policy. Our podcast series, hosted by Center staff and student research assistants, engages leaders -- from government, practice, NGOs, and academia -- in conversation about key issues in environmental science, law and policymaking.


USDA Forest Service

As a daily weather forecast evaluates current atmospheric conditions and predicts if it’s likely to rain in the near future, Forestcast shows you what’s happening in the forests of the Northeast and Midwest, and where those forest ecosystems might be headed. From the forefront of forest research, the Northern Research Station invites you inside the largest forest research organization in the world — the USDA's Forest Service. In each episode, you’ll hear stories, interviews, and special in-depth anthologies of the science that's studying, questioning, and solving some of today's most compelling forest issues.

Teens Talk

Teens Talk

STEM AND SELF STANDARDS ft. lauren zaidel

Host Amber Fink is joined by Lauren Zaidel to discuss disadvantages of being a woman in STEM, setting goals and female empowerment. |edited by anneka mclaren, music by amber fink, cover image by nadia most|

A Voyage to Antarctica


From Seals to Stormzy

In the final episode of series 2, Alok Jha talks to Polar Conservationist and explorer Prem Gill to find out what Antarctic seals and Grime music have in common. Prem is a PhD candidate leading the "Seals from Space" project with the Scott Polar Research Institute, British Antarctic Survey & World Wildlife Fund, and a researcher working on Frozen Planet. Outside of this, Prem is interested in increasing opportunities for underrepresented and disadvantaged groups in polar and conservation science. As the founder of Polar Impact and British Antarctic Survey’s Diversity Champion, he has used his research to spearhead projects which attract and retain talent from non-traditional backgrounds. Additional music featured in this episode is by Marzmanj. See for privacy and opt-out information.

The Rogue Agronomist

Stull Agronomy

Join Kyle Stull as he talks about agronomy and farm business topics. The Rogue Agronomist is based on Kyle’s past in Ag retail and his current venture as a crop consultant running his own business in the Midwest helping clients improve profitability and sustainability.

Agriculture Adapts by ClimateAi


Every week we speak with industry leading executives, farmers, and academics to get a 360 view of how the agriculture sector is innovating to stay ahead of a changing climate. We belong to a small team of climate and ag entrepreneurs trying to make farming more resilient, profitable, and equitable as we transition to a new age of agriculture. This podcast is our journey as we explore the hurdles and opportunities that lie ahead for the industry that feeds the world. To learn more, visit us at www.Climate.Ai

A Rock and A Hard Place

Mineral Choices

Welcome to A Rock and A Hard Place, a podcast brought to you by Mineral Choices. In each episode, Dr Saleem Ali and Thomas Hale speak to experts about the integral but too often hidden role of minerals in our modern world. From complex communications infrastructure to next-generation clean energy solutions, minerals are the key to unlocking a brighter and sustainable future. However, supplying enough minerals to meet the world’s ever-increasing demand is a significant challenge. Stuck with a choice between accelerating conventional mining activities and finding new alternative mineral resources, what is the global solution to this global problem?


Sans Nom

Soil Works: Correct the Cause featuring Glen Rabenberg

Soil Works/Acres U.S.A.

Glen Rabenberg is the founder and owner of Soil Works LLC. Born and raised in Bancroft, South Dakota, he graduated from Desmet High School in 1980. He was awarded a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science, General Agriculture and Agriculture Economics from South Dakota State University in 1985. Glen then went to work for Walco International as an Animal Science Technical Advisor. He spent most of the following years with Walco working with animal pharmaceuticals, veterinarians, and farmers. Through his experience he began to notice trends in the animal science industry. He saw that many of the diseases he was employed to treat were the result of nutritional deficiencies from poor grains and forage that the animals were consuming. Rather than conforming to the traditional methods of soil science, Glen brings his knowledge of animal science and applies it to the soil. Many of the same required nutritional ratios shared by humans, animals, and plants are reflected in the soil. He believes that the soil is a living organism and that the health of the soil should be checked in the same manner that humans and animals are checked. Glen heavily relies on the electrical conductivity of the soil to tell him the pulse of the soil. He uses a soil respiration test to tell him how the soil is breathing. And, he uses a penetrometer as a stress test and soil/plant tissue tests as the blood panel/work. Glen has learned to use these simple tests to diagnose virtually every soil problem. He has successfully solved numerous soil problems by treating the soil as a living breathing organism and correcting the cause instead of reacting to symptoms. Glen continues to search for new ways to restore the soil and aid in the production of quality food. He aims to “bring soil back to the way nature intended.” He still maintains his third generation farm in Bancroft, South Dakota, and travels the world solving the world’s soil problems with a little bit of simplicity and the “rite” tools.

Minds Behind Maps

Maxime Lenormand

Ep 13 - Keith Masback - Angel Investing, Geospatial Intelligence & Leadership

Keith Masback was CEO of the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation for over a decade and is now an Angel Investor and Advisor to multiple start-ups, mostly related to Earth Observation & Remote Sensing. Keith started in the US Army, working as an Infantry Officer, and went on to join the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.We talk about Keith's perspective both in the military and in the civilian world of Earth Observation, or as he points out, Geospatial Intelligence. We also touch on what Angel Investing & Advising is and why he does it, as well as talk about the role of leader he's taken on multiple times. ---Find previous episodes and other shownotes at Keith Masback:LinkedInTwitter Time stamps:02:05 - Episode starts, Keith introduces himself10:00 - Keith’s introduction to geospatial in the military14:00 - Learning from the people you lead20:00 - O

The Rice Stuff

USA Rice

#37 Aromatic Rice Imports: Threat or Opportunity

Rice imports into the U.S. have been rising for years, driven primarily by jasmine from Thailand and basmati from India. Both premium varieties are grown in the U.S., but have the imports captured consumers’ imaginations? CoBank Lead Economist Tanner Ehmke and First Grain’s Milo Hamilton stop by to discuss their recent report, “Fragrant Rice: Opportunity or Threat for the U.S. Rice Industry?” Michael and Lesley ask them to unpack their findings and discuss the nature of optimism and pessimism. Hosted by: Michael Klein and Lesley Dixon

JC Weather

JC Weather

Discussions regarding weather events impacting NYC and Long Island. If you live in these areas and are a weather enthusiast or just simply looking for reliable, timely, and accurate forecasts then this is the place for you. We also provide updates on the tropics and any significant weather events that affect the U.S. Sustainability In Your Ear

Earth911 Podcast: Budderfly Delivers Energy-Efficiency-as-a-Service for Business

The cost of energy-efficient upgrades prevents many businesses from reducing their environmental impacts. We talk with Al Subbloie, CEO of Budderfly, a fast-growing energy-efficiency-as-a-service company, with an audacious solution for businesses that want to be more sustainable -- it pays for lighting, heating/cooling, renewable electricity sourcing and other upgrades, then collects a share of the resulting savings. Budderfly guarantees savings to customers, earning a profit only if they succeed. We’ve talked with other forms of “sustainability-as-a-service” companies, but Budderfly is putting its capital on the line to pay for immediate energy savings. The company is ranked #10 overall on the 2021 Inc. 5000 America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies list, and it came in #2 in the Inc. 5000 energy category. The company serve commercial and retail locations, restaurants, schools and colleges na

the zevel rebel podcast.

zevel rebel

here to rebel against zevel, one episode at a time. The Zevel Rebel Podcast highlights environmental change makers about how we stop wasting our resources. Or as we like to call it - rebelling against zevel. Join Talya as she interviews rebellious environmentalists to brainstorm, laugh and share their dreams about a more sustainable future.

SolarPunk Permaculture

Sam Betteridge

The SolarPunk Permaculture Podcast seeks to forge the powerful narrative force of the SolarPunk movement w/ the ethics and design principles that underpin Permaculture.

Eco Alarm

Eco Alarm Podcast

Our mission is to share the stories of progress and success in the environmental sphere. By interviewing professionals, students, entrepreneurs, and professors, we hope to expand our understanding of this planet and sound the alarm for practical change!

The Soil Health Podcast from Menoken Farm

Menoken Farm

The Menoken farm is a conservation demonstration farm located in central North Dakota, owned and operated by the Burleigh County Soil Conservation District. Established in 2009, the farm's primary focus is advancing soil health through innovation and education. The Menoken Farm has become a destination for soil health enthusiasts and is visited by groups from around the world.

The SciManDan Podcast


Witness science and conspiracy collide!

National Geographic en Español


National Geographic en Español podcast. The Audio Information Network of Colorado (AINC) is a media organization that serves individuals with barriers to print. This podcast is produced by AINC under the Chafee Amendment to the Copyright Act which states that authorized nonprofit organizations whose primary mission is to provide copyrighted works in specialized formats to individuals with barriers to print are exempt. By continuing to listen, you verify you have an eligible print-reading impairment. AINC es uno de los más importantes recursos que tienen las personas ciegas, con impedimentos visuales, o quienes no pueden leer materiales impresos. Esta grabación está destinada a ser utilizada únicamente por personas con impedimentos para leer medios impresos.

CORE Knowledge

Nick Cestari

CORE knowledge is a podcast devoted to exploring the many facets and immense potential of an old, but newly revivied energy source; Geothermal. The aim is to engage the energy, policy making and the investment communities in order to spur innovation in the geothermal space and also bring awareness to the immense potential it has to be a baseload energy source for the future.

Obsessed With the Weather

Steve Maguire, M.Ed

I am OBSESSED with the weather. Based out of one of the most amazing, diverse, and active weather hot spots in the world, Scituate, Massachusetts; this podcast deals with all things weather. Amazing guests, awesome weather insight, and lots of obsessiveness about the one common factor that influences all life on earth; the weather.

Behind The Weather Forecast

Ryan Lukowicz

On this podcast, Ryan takes a deep dive into what’s trending in the Weather world and educates you on various concepts and principles. He is also having conversations with meteorologists, media members and other interesting people he enjoys learning about each of their stories and hopes you do too!

The Eurasian Climate Brief

Eurasian Climate Brief Team

The Eurasian Climate Brief is a new podcast focussing on climate news in the region stretching from Eastern Europe, Russia down to the Caucasus and Central Asia. It aims to give a voice to the best experts and journalists, enabling them to make sense of a part of the world where environmental news is seriously underreported. The podcast is set to launch in late October when we'll be releasing three episodes per week to coincide with COP26. Following the closure of the conference, a regular episode of The Eurasian Climate Brief will be released every fortnight so make sure you follow the show. This podcast is co-hosted by Brussels’ and n-ost, a Berlin-based network for cross-border reporting.

Adventures in Sustainable Living

Patrick Keith

There is one thing you will hear me say again and again. As long as someone else is in control of your resources, they are in fact in control of your life. Consequently, my solution to that problem was to develop a sustainable, self reliant lifestyle. Not only that, but I’ve lived off the grid for more than 20 years. This podcast is not only about sustainable living it is also about teaching you to take more control over your life by being in control of many of your resources. It is possible to live a life without debt, produce much of your own food, have much more personal freedom, as well as increased personal security and peace of mind. So join me as I discuss diverse topics associated with sustainable living, off grid living, and share some of my hilarious and sometimes incredible adventures. My goal is to make you realize that you can also have a wonderful sustainable life that is adventurous, enjoyable, challenging, and rewarding. I will also make you question why you live the way you do now. Besides this podcast, I have a companion blog at Enjoy!!!

Under Our Feet

Rudy Molinek

Under Our Feet is a podcast that dives deep into the Earth and deep into time to explore the ways geologic events have shaped our experience of the world. Follow along to discover how we‘re intricately connected to the world beneath our feet!

Backyard Geology


BYG Canada ep. 3 – Regina Bonus Episode with Fiona Darbyshire

Geologists have eyes for the subsurface, and that is especially true for geophysicists like Dr. Fiona Darbyshire who studies the complicated structure of Earth’s crust. Parts of the Canadian prairies hide the remnants of an ancient, colossal mountain building event, preserved in the crust. Dr. Darbyshire explains how geologists study these events by examining the subsurface.

Farming Together

Regenerative Agriculture Alliance

Farming Together, brought to you by Southern Cross University. A conversation between host Farming Together Program manager Amanda Scott and the farmer, fisher and forestry groups which were supported by the University's program. You will hear how groups worked collaboratively to build stronger, more resilient farming communities in the face of increasingly complex environmental, economic and social challenges.

Ocean sounds

Julie Mercier

Sounds of the ocean. Atlantic Beach June 26, 2020.

regenagri podcast


Rewilding – regenerative farming’s unexpected ally?

The regenagri podcast explores the future of farming and the hot topics surrounding the global movement of regenerative agriculture, with industry experts.
In episode 11, Harry Farnsworth, sustainable agriculture projects lead at Control Union UK, looks into how regenerative farming and rewilding can work together to unlock natural capital.
He is joined by Ivan de Klee, regenerative land management consultant and conservationist on Knepp Estate in West Sussex. Ivan has previously worked in Kenya, India, Australia and South Sudan, so brings insight into how farms all over the world can work with natural processes.
At Knepp, Ivan leads on all rewilding and natural capital opportunities on the 3,500 acre estate. He is also leading on the Weald to Waves nature corridor from Ashdown Forest to the Climping Gap. He also facilitates the Upper Adur Farmers group, which is made up a cluster of farms in the Low Weald

New Castle Going Green

New Castle Sustainability Advisory Board

It’s easy to get lost trying to keep track of all of New Castle’s new and exciting environmental ventures. Maxine Margo Rubin, Alicia Malloy, Aaron Silver, and Gabriel Paley interview local experts as well as residents to bring you powerful information on all of the sustainable options and initiatives happening in New Castle today!



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In Over My Head

Michael Bartz

Michael is on a quest to get his environmental footprint as low as humanly possible. So he built his own off-grid Tiny House. But downsizing and minimizing weren’t enough. He had to take more drastic measures, altering his lifestyle in some extreme ways, all in the name of saving the planet. But when it comes to his goal, he still feels in over his head. He doesn’t know if all the downsizing, minimizing, reducing, reusing, recycling, and sacrificing make a difference. It’s time to bring in the experts. Join Michael as he sits down with scientists, policymakers, industry leaders, and environmental experts to figure out how to effectively reduce his footprint in all aspects of life. From food and fast fashion to cars and caskets, he gets into what the worst culprits really are and how we can all make more informed choices when it comes to the impact we have on the planet. If you have feedback or would like to be a guest on In Over My Head, please email:

Geography Explained


Are you unsure about the wonders of Planet Earth? Do you wish that you could get frequent information on geography? Then listen to the Geography Explained podcast regularly and you will find that geography is highly straightforward.

Bigger Than Us

Nexus PMG

#176 Matthew Kleiman, Co-founder and CEO of Cumulus

Matthew Kleiman is the co-founder and CEO of Cumulus. Prior to co-founding Cumulus, he was the Program Director at Shell TechWorks, Shell’s Skunk Works-style technology center in Cambridge, Massachusetts, focused on developing and deploying new technologies for Shell’s capital projects and operating facilities. Before joining Shell, Matt held various commercial positions in the biomedical and aerospace industries. When he isn’t working, you can find him enjoying time with his family, skiing, and scuba diving.

The Nick Zentner Geology Podcast

Nick Zentner

Geologic stories from the Pacific Northwest.

Living With Fire Podcast

Living With Fire

Wildfire is a major ecological issue, especially in the Western United States. On the Living With Fire podcast, you'll hear perspectives and stories from land managers, scientists, fire professionals and community members about the history of fire, how fire is currently managed in the landscape and the role that humans play in living more safely with wildfire. This podcast was funded by the Bureau of Land Management - Nevada State Office. The Living With Fire Program is a multiagency effort and is managed by the University of Nevada, Reno Extension. An EEO/AA institution.



Plate Tectonics (part 1)

We exhaust our repertoire of tectonic plate jokes while introducing the following topics: the earth’s layers, what are tectonic plates, three types of plate boundaries, plate boundaries vs faults, and how earthquakes happen. This is a brief overview to lay the groundwork. (… pun intended!) Future episodes will dive deeper. INTERACTIVE LESSON We explain how to use the QuakeFeed app to locate plate boundaries and faults on the Quake Map. Download QuakeFeed from the App Store ASK THE SCIENCE KID We answer an interesting question about earthquakes in Antarctica. Our goal is to inspire CURIOSITY! We hope you and your family enjoy our lighthearted humor while learning something new about this AWESOME planet we call home. LINKS TO LEARN MORE The Great ShakeOut: Join 14+ million people on October 21st by practicing how to be safer during earthquakes. IRIS Earthquake Science: Earthquake Faults, Plate Boundaries, & Stress https://www.

Nauka To Lubię

Tomasz Rożek

Skąd Lem znał przyszłość?

Nie sztuką jest opisywać istniejącą rzeczywistość. Sztuką jest za to opisywać rzeczywistość, która jeszcze nie istnieje i coś, o czym jeszcze nikt nie pomyślał. Taki był właśnie Stanisław Lem, któremu poświęcam ten odcinek. To wielki wizjoner, twórca trendów technologicznych i kreator wynalazków. Jego książki pełne są naukowych i technologicznych wizji, które wyprzedzały jego epokę.

Climate Curious


Why methane reduction is the ultimate climate hack

"Cutting methane is the single fastest, most effective opportunity to reduce climate change risks in the near term," says atmospheric scientist Ilissa Ocko on the latest Climate Curious by TEDxLondon. That’s because methane doesn’t hang around like other greenhouse gases – but it does pack a powerful punch – so reducing it means we could slow down the rate of warming by as much as 30 percent, before 2050 – yay! Tune in with co-hosts Maryam Pasha and Ben Hurst live from TED Countdown to discover the three biggest causes of methane emissions, why methane behaves differently to carbon dioxide and why it matters, and most excitingly, get introduced to the methane satellite Ilissa’s team is launching this year – MethaneSAT.

Watch Ilissa’s TED Talk:


Heated, Limina House

Things we learned

Over six episodes, HEATED explored how the emerging coronavirus pandemic and the long-growing climate change crisis were overlapping existential threats. HEATED founder Emily Atkin and Mikel Ellcessor, her co-Executive Producer for the HEATED podcast, dig into the tape to highlight the things we all learned - and what we need to do if we want to keep things from getting worse. Also...we show you what you can do if you want MORE EPISODES of the HEATED podcast!

Wild Plant Culture

Jared Rosenbaum

Episode 016 - Restoring Streams with Drew Altland

Drew Altland is a Senior Manager of Water Resources at RK&K. I saw him talk a few years ago on stream restoration and was fascinated by his historical perspective on streams and wetlands in Eastern North America. We talk about stream conditions prior to European arrival, about the impacts of the colonial area, about reading streams in the present day, and various restoration methods. I never thought about streams the same way after hearing Drew talk and I hope this podcast is just as revelatory for you.

Fossil Huntress — Palaeo Sommelier

Fossil Huntress

Valley of a Thousand Peaks in the Rocky Mountains

The Rocky Mountain Trench is one of the few geologic wonders we can see from space. It is known as the Valley of a Thousand Peaks or simply the Trench — a large valley on the western side of the northern part of North America's Rocky Mountains.

Joe & Joe Weather Show

joe cioffi

Meteorologist Joe Cioffi & Meteorologist Joe Rao nightly weather show for the US and beyond with the occasional visitors that join in on the weather fun! Support this podcast:

Discovery to Recovery

Society of Economic Geologists

Episode 21: The Philosophy of Resource Estimation

For the average exploration geologist, resource estimation may appear a bit of a nebulous process, disconnected from the early stages of drilling and discovery. On this week’s episode we try and bridge the gap between the first drill hole into a project and the associated estimation process. First, we talk to Jacqui Coombes, CEO of AMIRA and based in Perth, Australia. Jacqui introduces the fundamental concepts that underpin resource estimation; breaking down complex ideas into simple terms. She also describes the qualitative side of the process, emphasizing the value of good geology, good communication and logic in any resource estimation. Our next guest, Rene Sterk, managing director at RSC Consulting, based in Dunedin, New Zealand, tells us why the exploration geologist should care about resource estimation. He describes the importance of the mining value chain as a whole, and how the data collected early on in a project ca

Sustainable Asia

Sustainable Asia

S13E2: Surviving the Cacophony in China’s waters

The Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin is protected at the highest level in China, but its numbers are dwindling fast. In Hong Kong, where the species is affectionately known as the Chinese white dolphin, only 37 individuals remain. Their struggle for survival pits them against massive development projects and fishing vessels because dolphins use sonar - not sight - for survival. How can we mitigate the cacophony in Asia’s oceans to help keep vulnerable species like the Chinese white dolphin safe from harm?Guests:Sarah Yip, Eco Cheung ChauDoris Woo, WWF Hong KongDr. Zheng Ruiqiang, ChinaBlue Sustainability Institute (formerly Shantou University)Visit China Dialogue Ocean to learn more about our oceans in crisis.Subscribe for Sustainable Asia latest episodes and review us on listennotes.Production credits:Hosts: Marcy Trent Long and Stella Chen Producer: Bonnie AuAssociate producers: Stella Chen, WuYufeiAudio

Popular Volcanics

Popular Volcanics

A podcast about volcanoes hosted by Dr. Erik Klemetti and Dr. Janine Krippner. Each month we'll talk about eruptions going on around the world, banter about volcano research and talk to a guest about the world of magma (and other stuff, too).

Challenging Climate

Jesse Reynolds and Pete Irvine

Asking tough questions about the science, technology, and politics of climate change, two climate researchers challenge leading experts on one of the defining issues of our age. Every two weeks, they explore how we can fight global warming by cutting greenhouse gas emissions, carbon removal, adaptation and solar geoengineering. Dr. Jesse Reynolds and Dr. Pete Irvine consider the roles of computer models and persuasive narratives, economics and public policy, and renewable energy and national security in the climate debate, and look beyond to issues such as biotechnology and international development. Questions or comments? Email or tweet @ChalClimate See more information on Jesse Reynolds and Pete Irvine. Subscribe for email updates. music by Peter Danilchuk @clambgramb (IG/Twitter).


Manuel Güivas Gerena & Tamara González Durán

Guácara es una palabra de origen prehispánico para referirse a las cavernas. Contextualizado este entorno se crea esta plataforma para conversar sobre cuevas, karso, espeleología y el ambiente comunitario alrededor de estos ecosistemas geográficos. Mediante entrevistas conversaremos con entusiastas de las cuevas y la espeleología, donde conoceremos sus trabajos científicos, anécdotas, exploraciones, adiestramientos en seguridad entre diversos temas relacionados al karso en Puerto Rico e internacional. Presentado por: Manuel Güivas Gerena & Tamara González Durán

Great Adaptations Podcast

The Glacier Trust

The Great Adaptations Podcast from the The Glacier Trust is hosted by Dr. Morgan Phillips and features interviews with key thinkers on the topic of climate change adaptation. The podcast accompanies The Glacier Trust's first ever book "Great Adaptations - In the shadow of a climate crisis" by Morgan Phillips, published by Arkbound. For more information on the Great Adaptations project please visit The Glacier Trust website. The aim of the book, the podcast, and the wider Great Adaptations project is simple: we want to get more people talking and thinking about adaptation. Adaptation is already happening and we can only expect to see more of it and more of its evil twin maladaptation. We want to shine a light on the great (and not so great) adaptations so that when people start designing and implementing their adaptation strategies, they adapt in ways that are socially just, compatible with mitigation efforts, and part of a wider transformative process. The adaptations to climate change that are already happening need to be scrutinised and celebrated in equal measure, Great Adaptations does that, but conversations about adaptation can’t exist in a vacuum, context is everything. Buy the book See for privacy and opt-out information.

GeoCastAway | GeoNáufragos


Ciencias de la Tierra y del Espacio para todo el mundo. Los fenómenos naturales que crearon el Cosmos. Polvo de estrellas convertido en vida. Existe un mundo ahí fuera, al igual que en este maravilloso punto azul. Los procesos que nos generaron y nos siguen transformando explicados en este podcast sobre Geología y Ciencias de la Tierra.

The Weather Junkies

Weather Junkies

Nerding out about weather, climate, and other Earth sciences. Join Merry, Ryan, Tyler, and Dakota every week for their in-depth conversations on various topics in the weather and climate world.

The Climate Champions

Lee Krevat

Lee Krevat, CEO of Krevat Energy Innovations, sits down with leaders in the fight to mitigate climate change to discuss what they do, what drives them, and their visions for the future!

Back to Blue

Economist Impact

Back to Blue is an initiative by Economist Impact and The Nippon Foundation that aims to improve evidence-based approaches and solutions to the pressing issues faced by the ocean, and to restoring ocean health and promoting sustainability. The initiative will focus initially on aspects of the vexing challenge of pollution.

Third Pod from the Sun

American Geophysical Union

Welcome to the American Geophysical Union's podcast about the scientists and methods behind the science. These are stories you won't read in a manuscript or hear in a lecture.


VolcaKnowledge Podcast

A podcast exploring how the world of volcanoes interacts across nature, culture and society

Volcano Watch

Corin Jorgenson and Alessandro Musu

A weekly volcano update podcast where hosts Alessandro Musu and Corin Jorgenson give volcano updates discuss what volcanoes have been busy the past week.

PlanetGeo: The Geology Podcast

Chris and Jesse

Water Issues Part 4: The Geology of Hard Water (Re-Release)

Chris and Jesse are recording this intro face to face in Michigan!  We had a lot of fun actually recording together rather than from 600 miles apart.  Join us in our final Re-release series on water.Show notes are below:This week we tackle a big question: why is the ocean so salty?  Spoiler alert: it's because of the hard water you may have running through your house!In this episode we cover three major questions: 1) Why is the ocean salty? 2) Why do rivers keep flowing all the time? and 3) What is hard water?  Guess what...they are all related! Hard water is water that is "hard" to make a lather with.  This is caused by dissolved ions in the groundwater.  Those ions get there because groundwater interacts with rocks under... wait for it... the ground! This groundwater feeds rivers, which then flow into lakes and ultimately the oceans.  The ocean water then evaporates, leaves behind the salty stuff fr

Women In Environmental Science

Saranya Anantapantula

This podcast is to inspire other people and to educate them about the work researchers in environmental science are doing: the issues they face in the industry, the solutions they make, the roadblocks they push through, and what they learning to teach the society to keep the environment clean.

Be The Coral

Be The Coral

Be the Coral is the realization of a lifetime of passion and experience in environmental activism. We’re launching our podcast to begin the conversation on our plan for regenerating the Ozone layer. Thank you for listening!

Gneiss Chats


The power is in Petrochronology with Eleanore Blereau

Are you a gamer? Do you know the lingo? Marie Curie Fellow Dr Eleanore Blereau from the University of Leeds is not only a gaming expert, but she is also a petrochronology one. Eleanore explains to Dr. B and Dr. Silvia that petrochronology is a way to describe a field of science where petrologists utilize […]

The Watershed

We Are Water MN

BONUS: It Holds Our Future (Live)

Leah Lemm is an audio producer and musician who works to amplify Native voices. She conducted all of the interviews featured in the podcast. This episode was recorded live on Dec. 11, 2020.
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The India Energy Hour


Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Freedom Foods Farm Podcast

Ryan Murphy

We Interview Farmers, Ranchers, and Homesteaders, Talking About Why They Raise Their Own Food And The Methods They Use To Do So. Support this podcast:

GEO Podcast

Gary Lewis,

A place to learn about geology for teachers, students, rock hounds, and geology enthusiasts. Gary Lewis is an Australian-born geologist who loves to share his passion for all things 'geology'. In the GEO podcast, Gary takes you on a journey to learn about rocks, minerals, earthquakes, volcanoes, glaciers and so much more. It does not matter if you have no experience in geology, Gary will help you to understand the fundamentals of our planet so you can have a greater understanding about when you see when visiting your backyard, your local creek, cliff or beyond.

Enlightenment Rocks

Kathryn Rudy

Hosts Kate Rudy and Stephanie O'Rourke explore the past, present, and future of Scotland’s landscape, and especially the famous rock formations at Glen Tilt in central Scotland. Through interviews with artists, historians, and scientists, we chart a path through the unique topography of Scotland from the eighteenth century and into our climate’s future.


Jen Gale


I talk a lot on this podcast about changes that we can make as individuals, and as households but possibly don’t talk enough about the other spheres of influence we have where we can create change. Businesses and government have big roles to play too, but whilst most of us are unlikely to have the ear […]

Acres U.S.A.: Tractor Time

Tractor Time by Acres U.S.A.

Tractor Time #66: The Most Famous Farm in the World

On this episode we welcome Anneliese Abbott.

Her name may be familiar to Acres U.S.A. readers. She writes a monthly column called History of Organic Agriculture in America. It’s a must read that’s always full of surprises — and so is her first book, Malabar Farm: Louis Bromfield, Friends of the Land, and the Rise of Sustainable Agriculture.

The book explores the life and legacy of a famous, Pulitzer Prize-wining novelist who became an Ohio-based, hard-partying prophet of a new kind of agriculture in the post-war era. It’s fascinating story that involves everything from Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall to wild parties, boxer dogs and techniques that now make up the foundation of sustainable agriculture.

Abbott studied plant and soil science at The Ohio State University. She ran a Michigan CSA for four years. She’s now a graduate student in the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at th

The Environmental Transformation Podcast

Sean Grady

The Environmental Transformation Podcast will bring you interviews with leaders in the Environmental Industry with the goal of providing Environmental, Sustainability and Safety Professionals, as well as and Business leaders with information about industry trends, regulatory changes, digital and software technologies, and service providers that are transforming the industry.

Tilth Talk Radio

Tilth Agronomy Studio

A weekly podcast about the growing season and what you can look out for this time of year!

Nuclear Waste: The Whole Story

Deep Isolation

At Deep Isolation, we believe that listening is one of the most important elements of a successful nuclear waste disposal program. A core value of the company is to seek and listen to different perspectives on the matter of nuclear waste, nuclear energy, and disposal solutions. We have created this series to interview experts and stakeholders that represent aspects of nuclear waste. Our hope is to bring clear picture of Nuclear Waste: The Whole Story.

Can't Take the Heat

Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre

The 'Can't Take the Heat' podcast explores how people will adapt to a warming world. Host Roop Singh approaches the biggest challenges posed by climate change, like more intense and frequent heatwaves, from a humanitarian perspective. How will the impacts of climate change affect people around the world? What are the big solutions that are in the works? How do we make them happen? The podcast features experts from around the world including leading scientists developing climate solutions, and humanitarian volunteers telling stories of climate change from the frontlines of disasters. Contact us at

EcoRight Speaks


The EcoRight Speaks is your home for conservative and weekly climate news, interviews, points of view, climate heroes, jesters and so much more. Brought to you by, we share the stories of people leading in their local communities and around the country! Music:

Level Up Audio Project

FEMA Region IX and Georgetown Climate Center

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Bright Idea

Stanford Law Environmental and Natural Resources Law & Policy Program

The Colonial Climate Crisis

In this episode of "The Bright Idea," 2021 Stanford Bright Award Winner India Logan-Riley details the impacts of the colonial climate crisis and outlines a path forward that incorporates Indigenous rights and knowledge. India is a young Māori climate activist and the co-founder of Te Ara Whatu, a group of indigenous youth from the Pacific and Aotearoa (New Zealand) working for climate action and indigenous sovereignty.

All Things Connected

Jared Hocking

Discussions span broadly across topics such as climate change, free speech, wealth inequality, the environment, balancing personal contentment and purpose, artificial intelligence, entrepreneurship, how the internet is shaping our lives, meditation, mental health, mindfulness, animal welfare, popular culture, and much more. Making Sense with Sam Harris meets Hidden Brain meets Terrestrial If you'd like to support this work:

Tune Into Nature

Warner College of Natural Resources at CSU

Hello Warner Rams! You are Tuning Into Nature: A Warner College Podcast. Join our student ambassadors as they explore the passion and investment in our natural world.

Know Your Well

National Ground Water Association

On each episode of “Know Your Well,” we explore different topics that impact private well owners across the country from water quality to every day water well maintenance. “Know Your Well” is a production of the National Ground Water Association. This podcast was created and edited by NGWA’s Abby Valencic and hosted by Ben Frech.To learn more about maintaining your well, go to is supported by the Rural Community Assistance Partnership, as part of the USEPA funded program “Improving Water Quality through Training and Technical Assistance to Private Well Owners.” To learn more about the Rural Community Assistance Partnership, go to

Hawk Calls

SC Predatory Bird Research Grp

What is a Raptor?

Announcing the new podcast, Hawk Calls! A show all about the natural history of birds of prey and the people behind raptor science, art, and conservation. But wait, what is a raptor? Isn't that a dinosaur? We'll briefly explore this term and get stoked for what's to come on this podcast.This podcast is created and produced by Zeka Glucs with recording and sound editing help from Cassandra Giannousis. Music by Thatcher Sammet. Artwork by Chelsea Kintz.

Tiempo, Clima y Tierra

Ángel F. Adames-Corraliza

Tiempo, Clima y Tierra trae expertos en las ciencias terrestres para dilucidar los procesos de nuestro dinámico planeta. Cada episodio incluye discusiones en un tema contemporáneo de la meteorología, cambio climático, geología o ciencias ambientales. Los temas son presentados de manera accesible para el público en general.

Climate Change, Politics, Sustainability, Circular Economy & Environmental Solutions · One Planet Podcast

Environmental Solutions · One Planet Podcast · Creative Process Original Series

The story of our environment may well be the most important story this century. We focus on issues facing people and the planet. Leading environmentalists, organizations, activists, and conservationists discuss meaningful ways to create a better and more sustainable future. Participants include EARTHDAY.ORG, Greenpeace, UNESCO World Heritage Centre, PETA, European Environment Agency, Peter Singer,, UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development, Citizens’ Climate Lobby, Earth System Governance Project, Forest Stewardship Council, Global Witness, National Council for Climate Change, Sustainable Development and Public Leadership, Marine Stewardship Council, One Tree Planted, Polar Bears International, EarthLife Africa, Shimon Schwarzschild, and GAIA Centre, among others. Interviews conducted by artist, activist, and educator Mia Funk with the participation of students and universities around the world. One Planet Podcast Is part of The Creative Process’ environmental initiative. INSTAGRAM @creativeprocesspodcast INSTAGRAM @oneplanet podcast


Rosalee Gioia

Your host, Rosalee Gioia, will discuss climate change and recent developments in pollution in the ocean. Throughout the podcast Rosalee will discuss what you can do at home to reduce waste, preserve power, and more. Visit

Green Tech Today (Audio)


GTT 26: First Wind is an independent wind energy company that has developed and currently operates wind energy projects in the Northeast, the West, and in Hawaii.

Top 25 Green Tech Innovators Series: First Wind
First Wind is an independent wind energy company based in Boston, that has developed and currently operates wind energy projects in the Northeast, the West, and in Hawaii, with total installed capacity of 534 megawatts (MW).
Host: Becky Worley
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Rethink Talks

Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University

Succeeding with large-scale transformations

How can systemic transformations be achieved at the scale, speed, and quality that is needed? And what capacities are required to navigate these transformations?In this episode, Stockholm Resilience Centre researcher Per Olsson talks to Funda Sezgi and François Bonnici about the frontiers of transformation and system change. Sezgi is the co-founder and managing director of the Norrsken Impact Accelerator at Norrsken Foundation, while Bonnici is director of the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, head of social innovation at the World Economic Forum and co-author of the recently published book The Systems Work of Social Change.About Rethink TalksRethink Talks is Stockholm Resilience Centre’s podcast series on resilience thinking and global change. It spotlights conversations between experts on a range of topics that highlight how resilience thinking and biosphere stewardship add value to current debates.Available on all m

Garden America Saturday


Garden America is a leader in the garden advice industry, sharing scientific breakthroughs and new gardening ideas. As Southern California's #1 source of gardening for over 15 years, the now-national Garden America program is your source for the most current and relevant gardening information and products provided by expert purveyors of wonder. The radio show is hosted by Bryan Main, John Bagnasco & Sharon Asakawa.

Flat Earth Research

Flat Earth Research

Welcome to the Flat Earth Research Podcast, where we simply converse about our views on the shape of the planet, space and everything beyond. We do not appreciate negativity and encourage active light hearted discussion about the true shape of our beloved mother Earth. Peace and love to all.



Decarbonise the air, recarbonise the soil. To feed the world, to clean the air and water, we need to change what we do with our soils. This podcast looks at the many variants of regenerative food growing. How? Why? When? We must be the ChangeUnderground!

AgroConsciencia Podcast

Richard Huntley & Ian Jimenez

Bienvenidos y bienvenidas a AgroConsciencia un Podcast donde exploramos diversos temas relacionados a la industria de la horticultura, agricultura y jardinería. Nuestra misión: educar, aprender y crear consciencia sobre la importancia de la vida dentro de nuestros suelos, con información e investigaciones más recientes para promover el cultivo orgánico y regenerativo.

Geological Expeditions of Yore


Geological Expeditions of Yore Trailer

As geologists, we are all standing on the shoulders of giants.


Dr. Rob Carter and Joseph Darnell

Dr. Robert Carter and producer Joseph Darnell explore the world from a Christian perspective. On our quest, we will discuss science, but a little history and philosophy as well.

Soul Soil: Where Agriculture and Spirit Intersect with Brooke Kornegay

Brooke Kornegay

The Soul Soil Podcast is a place where ideas, experience, and resources come together around the topics of agriculture and spirituality with the goal of inspiring and empowering listeners to interact and cooperate with the land in a way that nourishes and sustains the human body, mind, and soul while regenerating and sustaining the land itself.

Ag Future: Innovation in Agri-Food


#187: Ag Mental Health Week | Peter Hynes

Peter and Paula Hynes founded Ag Mental Health Week to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health within the ag community and highlight the importance of prioritizing mental well-being. Peter joins Ag Future to discuss his story, the stresses of farming and events planned for the week.

How We Got Here

Stephanie Spera and Rachel Lupien

Our climate is in crisis. We all want to help. But we might not know how. We’re talking to people who have figured out how to use their talents to combat climate change, in the hopes that their journeys might inspire your own.

Growing Impact

Institutes of Energy and the Environment

Growing Impact explores cutting-edge projects of Penn State researchers and scientists who are solving some of the world's most challenging energy and environmental issues.

Yale Environmental Dialogue

Yale Environmental Dialogue

The Role of Morals and Spirituality in Facing Environmental Threats

Solving the many environmental challenges we face will require insights from the worlds of science and technology, economics and the law. But those alone won’t be sufficient: we also need a moral force, say Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim, senior lecturers and research scholars at Yale — and co-founders and directors of the Yale … Continue reading The Role of Morals and Spirituality in Facing Environmental Threats →

That's So Second Millennium

Paul Giesting, William Schmitt

Paul (the scientist) and Bill (the journalist) explore the boundaries between science and religion, interviewing scientists, engineers, and thinkers of all sorts.

In Deep

American Public Media

Make Me Care

After months of research, In Deep reporters and editors have become fascinated with water infrastructure. But can they convince a Gen Zer to care? In this episode, Todd Melby, Annie Baxter and Dan Ackerman go head to head to persuade Erianna Jiles that she should care about water infrastructure. Who will succeed? We also answer listener questions on lead service lines and bidets!
Photo: Erianna Jiles

RENEWables A Sustainability Podcast

BioStar Renewables

RENEWables — a podcast focused on the energy landscape of today. Everything from emerging renewable energy technologies to sustainability practices to why brands are changing the way they think, RENEWables is a source for current and dynamic conversation. Click "Follow" so you don't miss an episode!

天氣豆 WeatherDuo

天氣豆 WeatherDuo

EP.1 溫柔與專業的交織 氣象主播 簡瑋靚


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Storybook Earth


Storybook Earth ep. 8 – Lost and Found in Tibet

Episode summary introduction: In this episode of Storybook Earth, Jess brings us a beautiful tale of her time spent exploring the wonders of Tibet, and how she unraveled her path to geology. Listen as she shares memories of her father and how his connection to his daughter led Jess to embark on a trip through the mountains of Tibet as a young graduate student. From this incredible experience, Jess is now able to explain some of the complex geology that characterizes the Himalayas, one of the most famous mountain ranges in the world. Join Jess for the most thrilling and moving episode of Storybook Earth yet, as Season 1 comes to a dramatic end in the mountains of Tibet.

Resources associated with this episode:

Kapp, P., and Peter G. DeCelles, 2019, Mesozoic-Cenozoic geological evolution of the Himalayan-Tibetan orogen and working tectonic hypotheses. American Journal of Science March

Bionic Planet: Reversing Climate Change by Restoring Nature

Steve Zwick

We've entered a new epoch: the Anthropocene, and nothing is as it was. Not the trees, not the seas – not the forests, farms, or fields – and not the global economy that depends on all of these. What does this mean for your investments, your family's future, and the future of man? Each week, we dive into these issues to help you Navigate the New Reality.

Radio Amazonía

Radio Amazonia Podcast

Radio Amazonía es un programa sobre la situación actual de la Amazonía colombiana, en especial sobre la deforestación. Se discute sobre los retos, iniciativas, actores y oportunidades que existen en la Amazonía Colombia para lograr un desarrollo sostenible de la región.

The SustainUW Podcast

UW-Madison Office of Sustainability

The SustainUW Podcast is created and hosted by student interns from the UW-Madison Office of Sustainability. Each episode explores a different question related to sustainability as it impacts the UW-Madison campus and the broader community. Guests include professors, student activists, campus staff, and other experts who help hosts uncover the complicated story of sustainability. This podcast examines common narratives of environmentalism and questions the status quo, seeking to understand what’s up with sustainability and where we should go from here.

Ryzzun Energy

Luis Angel | Ryzzun

Tesla Powerwall Cost and Price [Worth It?] | Solar Power Home Battery Backup in Puerto Rico Sunnova

Tesla Powerwall Cost and Price [Is it Worth It?] | Solar Power Home Battery Backup in Puerto Rico Sunnova. Get your Free Solar Power Design: . You can also Call or text: 787-922-1098 to get a design with the Tesla Powerwall Battery Backup.


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Mama Earth Talk

Mariska Nell

144: Waste As A Building Resource with Frank Cato Lahti

In this episode, we talk to Frank Cato Lahti. He is the founder of Othalo. A company that has developed a patented system that use recycled plastic waste for construction materials to build affordable housing on an industrial scale. Born and raised in Vardø, an island in the middle of the Barents sea with the worlds richest fishing fields surrounding this little island. With a background in housebuilding as well as an officer in the army he saw a link between the world’s plastic pollution and the worlds need for affordable housing as a solution to each of these global problems. His believe have we all have an obligation to not hurt the planet and protect it for future generation as well as his believe that all is connected and that we all are as one, was the starting point for Othalo.  
During this episode, we talked about the importance of housing and how his

The Edge of Energy

Scotiabank The Edge of Energy

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Global Energy & Environmental Law Podcast

The International Environmental Law Committee of the American Branch of the International Law Association

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Biofriendly Podcast


New Year, New Immunity

After a brief hiatus, The Biofriendly Podcast is back and stronger than ever after both Noel and Jacob fought off Omicron during the holidays! Reunited and it feels so good as they talk about why 2022 is going to be a great year, the importance of always looking up, and keeping our eye on the ball for planet Earth. 


Waukesha County Green Team

GreenCast is a product of the Waukesha County Green Team, a 501(c)3 in Waukesha, Wisconsin dedicated to helping southeast Wisconsin and beyond become more sustainable. We are accomplishing this through educational and outreach events, supporting interest groups involved in environmental issues, partnering with like-minded organizations, and helping other communities develop Green Teams. Visit and for more info. GreenCast is a monthly podcast in which the hosts have in-depth conversations with sustainability experts and passionate individuals to introduce more people to all of the wonderful work being done in and around Waukesha County. We are going to talk to a variety of sustainability professionals and learn about why they are passionate about this field and what is going on in their industry.


Indra Shekhar Singh, The Greenhorns

Tune in to EARTHLIFE, a podcast from Greenhorns about landscape restoration and ecological exploration. We talk with people doing the work, and interpreting the potential of their landscapes. Let’s make a foray together.

We Measure The World

METER Group, Inc. USA

Scientists who are changing the world—by measuring it.

Marine Biology Vol. 1

Aquarium of the Pacific

Bruce Robison

Bruce Robison recorded this Aquacast at the Aquarium on August 13, 2013. Robison is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and a fellow of the California Academy of Sciences.

Water cycle

CCNW learning

Water Cycle

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Narraciones de divulgación de Geología y ciencias


Temas de geología generales enfocados en la Patagonia, el sector sur de Sudamérica. Soy Claudia Zaffarana, geóloga y profesora en la Universidad de Río Negro, Argentina. Estoy investigando esta nueva forma de comunicación que es el podcast. Por favor ténganme paciencia, y se aceptan críticas constructivas y sugerencias. @cbzaffara en Instagram

Mycotoxin Matters


#12 Reaping the Rewards from Data | Cesar Infante

Today, we are delighted to be joined by special guest, Cesar Infante, Vice President of Digital Business Development at Alltech. This episode explores how we can reap more of the huge rewards that data has to offer to the agricultural industry.

The Biochar Talk

Jessica Kouvo

The Biochar Talk seeks to educate on the subject of biochar - an ancient technology that has found itself at the forefront of recent carbon sequestration conversations. Come join the talk!




This is the 5-minute summary version of our episode sitting down with New Belgium's Katie Wallace and how the company is pioneering ways to help save this planet, including making a rather horrible version of their flagship beer, Fat Tire, to resemble what beer may taste like if we don't get our act together.
If you are interested in this short summary version, please go and check out the full episode!
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قسمت دهم : گرنادا

کشوری خوشبو
که از فرهنگ های مختلف ساخته شده
معروف به جزیره ادویه
لیست آهنگ های استفاده شده در این قسمت به ترتیب
Grenada National Anthem (Instrumental)
Sweet Grenada
Mr Killa - Soca Storm
Grenada belongs to we
Ajamu - Love thy Neighbor
Brother B - karma
Blaka Dan - Relation Fabrication
Four Kings (Grenada Calypso
Spikey Vybz - Just As Bad (J.A.B)

Deep Convection

Deep Convection

Episode 10: Shang-Ping Xie

When Shang-Ping Xie entered middle school in his home town about 300 miles southwest of Shanghai, China had just come out of the Cultural Revolution, the tumultuous political movement launched by Mao Zedong that had dominated Chinese life for a decade in the 1960s and 70s. That was lucky timing and a big turning point for Shang-Ping: If he had been a few years older, he might have been sent to the countryside after graduating from high school, to work on farms and learn about the rural life. But after the end of the Cultural Revolution, the universities reopened and a merit-based admission system was introduced, which allowed Shang-Ping to go to college to study oceanography (without ever having seen the ocean before!).

From there he went to grad school in Japan, then to the US, then back to Japan for his first faculty position, then back to the US, eventually taking on his current position as a professor at the Scripps Institution of Oc

Behind the Scenes with Bryan

Bryan Ulrich

This is generally a engineering podcast that often pertains to the world of mining, and especially mining waste management, or whatever else captures my imagination. The episodes, thankfully, will be fairly brief.

SICOP Talks Winter Ops

Rick Nelson

Listen in on conversations with experts in the field of road weather and winter road maintenance as they explain how their work helps make roads safer and passable during winter storm events.

The People of Soil Health

Soil Health Partnership

Hosted by the Soil Health Partnership’s Senior Director John Mesko, The People of Soil Health is a direct connection into the network of soil health professionals who are focused on the on-farm economic and environmental benefits of soil health. John interviews the best in the agricultural and environmental industries to discuss soil health practices and management systems, issues facing farmers, and insights from soil data sets. What is soil health? What are the benefits of cover crops and conservation tillage? How can my farm be more sustainable? What’s the best way to increase organic matter in a corn field? Tune in to listen to experts answer these questions, share their experiences, and more!



EnviroMENTAL (Trailer)


Jacob King

Embrace a more sustainable life, one simple step - and conversation - at a time. #enviroconvos podcast

Biosphere 2 Podcast

Biosphere 2 University of Arizona

Each episode we feature in depth interviews with scientists, authors, engineers, entrepreneurs, artists and policy makers exploring the threads between Earth, its living systems, and our place in the Universe.

MassRecycle Podcast


Episode 28: Simplify the Holidays & Reduce Waste

Gretchen and Waneta talk with Kelley Dennings of the Center for Biological Diversity about simplifying the holidays and reducing waste. They discuss top holiday waste generators, alternative gift ideas, hosting and decorating, the role of public policy, and the perceived barriers to celebrating with fewer material items.  Should you buy a fake or real Christmas tree? Is wrapping paper recyclable? All this and more, in this lively conversation.

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Your Brain On Climate

Dave Powell

Pluralistic Ignorance, with Deborah Prentice

In the last episode of Season 1 we learn all about one of the weirdest but most important of all human brain-oddnesses: pluralistic ignorance. When you think something and lots of other people also think that thing but none of you think anyone else agrees with you, so nothing changes. Got that?Dave is joined by Professor Deborah Prentice from Princeton University to get his noggin around this deeply human trait. On the menu: just how common is it that we think we’re alone in an idea when we’re not? Is pluralistic ignorance to blame for imposter syndrome? And should climate campaigners  fear or embrace it?Extra reading as highlighted by the owl noises: -- 05.07: Deborah's 1993 study into drinking and pluralistic ignorance -- 18.37: Racial attitudes and pluralistic ignorance (1976 study) -- 22.01: Nudge theory explainer Your Brain on Climate is a podcast about human psychology vs the climate crisis: what we think, why we think

The Waterline Live - Connecting to COP26

Marketing Humber

The Waterline Live follows the climate change resilience and decarbonisation story of this innovative partnership initiative in the Humber region of the UK. It also connects with global leaders in science, trade, government policy and civil society, including education, research & development and youth. In it's third season launched at The Waterline Summit 2021 on 18 October the project and podcast are connecting to COP26

Prime Movers

Peter Symons

The Prime Movers podcast digs into the stories of innovation and collaboration at Big Energy companies and smaller climate tech startups and their roles in the energy transition. On the road to innovation and collaboration, we also talk to some interesting thought leaders. Peter Symons is a former PR guy for big energy companies across North America and the founder of SymonSays, a PR & marketing consulting practice.

Merschman Seeds Cup of Joe

Merschman Seeds

Interviews with Industry Experts at the ISU Crop Advantage Fair

Watch the video version here: this episode:?We're at the 2022 Iowa State University Crop Advantage Fair in Burlington, Iowa where industry experts present their research on the latest agricultural topics.?Hear from Dr. Alison E. Robertson as she discusses tar spot on corn with Ben Pieper.?Avery Bennett talks with Dr. Aaron Hager about weed management.?Dr. Chad Hart gives a market outlook with LynnFlip through the Merschman Seeds 2022 Product Guide: out all of our social media links, website, Blue Water Outlook and more:



Klimakrøller er produceret af GRØN - Fonden for Bæredygtig Udvikling i samarbejde med Sustainability Science Centre på Københavns Universitet og Tuborgfondet. Podcastens værter er Jakob Fritzbøger Christensen, Rasmus Lørup Arildsen og Hjalte Drejer Jørgensen, som sammen med en gæst sludrer om alt det, som hverken er så ligetil at forstå eller blive enige om, når det gælder jordens klima.

مد وجزر | Mad wa Jazr

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Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Rock Logic with Sean Kenny

Rock Logic with Sean Kenny

What would colonizing Venus look like? | Rock Logic with Sean Kenny

This week on Rock Logic, Sean theorizes what would happen in a doomsday scenario if humanity needed to abandon planet Earth. Would we colonize Mars? Have free-floating space colonies? Are those our only options?   But what about Venus? Is colonizing Venus possible? Sean says yes, and explains why it's the best option.   #venus #mars #spacecolony #spacecolonization #podcast


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Guilherme Vieira e Gabriela Bailas

Papos e ensaios sobre física, ciências e afins, por Guilherme 'Sechat' e Gabriela do Física e Afins. Nos encontramos às sextas aqui!

Down To Earth: A podcast for Geoscientists by Geoscientist


Welcome to “Down to Earth”, a 30-minute podcast about innovative geoscience and the incredible people behind it. Each week, we host a different guest to talk about science, careers, and passions. From stories about meeting their idols, to investigating their science superpowers, and all the fascinating research and engineering projects in between, Down to Earth is sure to become your quick and compelling catch-up on the people and the work in geoscience. This podcast is presented by the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society.

Field Ready Podcast

Hurrdat Media

High Yielding Enlist e3 Soybeans. Surprised? We aren’t.

Soybean yields are coming in higher than expected.  It’s hard to imagine that last summer we were hearing lots of concern across the country about how bad Soybeans looked due to dicamba damage.  What changed?  In today’s episode Jim Robinson, Rob See Co Corn and Soybean Manager and his guest, Kip Rowe, Rob See Co Regional Sales Manager, discuss why growers were concerned, the levels of dicamba exposure and the effect on plants, the results of 3rd party research trials, and why the soybeans are outperforming expectations.  Listen in to get recommendations on how to determine which platforms you should use in 2022.  A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on

No Planet B

Wyatt Jordan, Breanna Waterman

No Planet B is an independent climate change podcast hosted by Breanna Waterman and Wyatt Jordan! We talk to researchers, analysts, politicians, farmers, and more about climate change causes, effects, and solutions.

In The Lineup: A Podcast by the Surfrider Foundation Jersey Shore Chapter

Mike Castellano

Discussing all things oceans, waves, & beaches.

Everyday Outdoor Living


Join Shawn Prebil and Lisa Briggs from the Bruce Company every Monday at 8:05 for Everyday Outdoor Living on News/Talk 1310 WIBA

Forward Talks


'Our world is not an ashtray’, with Monica Barten, Director Communications at Philip Morris Middle East

Philip Morris International's ongoing sustainability efforts include working to lower emissions, use energy more efficiently, and combat deforestation. In addition, PMI is determined to fight the environmental damage caused by plastic and post-consumer waste from their products - particularly cigarette butts. Around the globe, PMI teams have organized litter cleanups, launched awareness campaigns, and partnered with environmental NGOs and academics. 
In June 2020, Philip Morris International launched its first Integrated Report in which they announced their global commitment to achieve a 50% reduction of the plastic litter from their products by 2025 (vs. 2021). Accomplishing that goal will require a fundamental development of public education and awareness. Most essentially, adult smokers need to understand that it is unacceptable to dispose of their cigarette butts

Farm Food Facts


Farmers and Billionaires: The WFP Chief’s Plan for Solving World Hunger

Join USFRA and Phil Lempert as we sit down with the UN World Food Programme Chief who blames a hunger crisis on a “toxic cocktail” of conflict, climate change, disasters, poverty and inequality. 45 million people in 43 countries around the world stand at the frontlines of hunger. WFP Executive Director David Beasley says farmers can help lift millions out of poverty and make agriculture environmentally sustainable. And he says billionaires have a duty to act.

How to be Good

Gareth & Anca

Fossil fuels, intensive farming, deforestation, waste disposal, overconsumption, pollution, the 6th mass extinction, climate change is all on everyone’s mind. But what can we do? How do we make a difference? What do we have to change now? The How to Be Good podcast asks these questions. Join Gareth and Anca as we speak to specialists, scientists, activists, providers and more, and ask what we can do in our everyday lives to make a difference and debunk many of the myths and misinformation.

Make Climate Cool Again

Sustainable Sara

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]




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PFAS Pulse Podcast

HRP Associates Inc.

A companion piece to HRP’s PFAS Pulse newsletter, this podcast will keep you informed on the latest content from The PFAS Pulse, HRP’s free subscription service for PFAS data, regulation, legislation, and much more. We’ll be breaking down the complex topics you’ll see on the pulse into bite sized podcast episodes, as well as sitting down in conversation with experts in the field to talk about what’s new. PFAS Pulse subscribers, make sure to subscribe to this companion podcast as well to stay on top of the latest!

The Biochar Podcast


The Biochar Podcast presented by ANZBIG features experts speaking about Biochar,  how it's made, its uses and applications, and the impacts it has socially, economically and environmentally. ANZBIG is a not-for-profit industry group, and as a global leader in biochar, assists companies, governments, and institutions in the effective production and use of biochar. ANZBIG works to streamline education, research, collaboration, and the commercial uptake of biochar. Our aim is to help create a more sustainable future, greater economic prosperity and an improved quality of life for all of us.


Shangwei, MInghao


这一期我们邀请到了伦敦大学学院(UCL)的博士生杨璞博士,来和我们一起讨论国际气候变化谈判里“蛋糕怎么分”的问题。什么是公平的减排分配方案?自上而下的分配方案为什么一直难产?各个国家有可能从“自私自利”的角度完成减排,达到1.5度和2度的目标吗。经济学的思维在气候变化的国际谈判里怎么提现?杨璞,现为英国伦敦大学学院在读博士,导师为米志付博士。研究方向为气候变化经济学、气候政策和综合评估模型。目前的研究主要是通过综合评估模型核算社会碳成本并进行国家减排目标的评估。在One Earth, Global Environmental Change, Journal of Cleaner Production, Journal of Environmental Management, Renewable Energy等期刊上发表多篇论文。嘉宾邮箱 碳预算分配谈判的一路艰辛6:23 各国自下而上提出的减排目标,无法达到科学家警告的温度目标10:13 什么是公平的“分蛋糕”的方法?12:07 三个标准:历史累积排放、人口、GDP18:47 抛开统一标准:各国从自己的利益出发25:40 中国提出的减排量超过了自身利益的“最佳值”,而印度提出的减排量则少于自身利益的“最佳值”36:18 经济学里的“纳什均衡”和国旗气候变化谈判的现实一致么45:46 超越“成本效益”的分析框架注:21:50 William Nordhause于2018年获诺贝尔奖,最初的模型是于1996年提出的碳笑风生关注全球和中国的能源转型、气候变化和可持续发展问题,特别是中国实现碳达峰、碳中和的科学、技术、政策、政治、经济、社会和文化问题。大家可以在小宇宙播客、喜马拉雅、QQ音乐、Podcast等平台收听我们,我们同步更新的微信公众号“环境科学与政策”会有更多的专业讨论。大家也可以通过留言或在微信公众号“环境科学与政策”联系我们。 开场、转场、结尾音乐来自The Podcast Host and Alitu: The Podcast Maker app.

High Pressure Podcast

Sonoma Technology

Storm chasing? Not for this group of ridge-chasing meteorologists based in the San Francisco Bay Area. The High Pressure Podcast explores how weather impacts air quality, and how air quality impacts people.

Ground Cover

Regenerative Ag Alliance and Southern Cross University

An introduction to Ground Cover - a series exploring the trials and tribulation of the regenerative agriculture revolution

Welcome to the introductory episode of Ground Cover – a podcast for farmers by farmers.This podcast is brought you by the Regenerative Agriculture Alliance, in partnership with Southern Cross University.Ground Cover is a uniquely Australian series exploring real-life stories of land managers who have undertaken the transition from conventional farming to regenerative agriculture.Each week the Regenerative Agriculture Alliance will bring you a unique and honest conversation about the challenges and opportunities of regenerative agriculture so you can make informed decisions about how best to manage your land.The Regenerative Agriculture Alliance was founded to address the urgent need to transition from conventional farming to regenerative farming practices.As the Regenerative Agriculture Alliance’s director Lorraine Gordon often says: “The Sustainability



Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Movement 4.0 - from Babies to Astronauts

Michelle M. Turner

Whether you want to move on this planet or others, Movement 4.0 - From Babies to Astronauts offers you new and exciting insights on gravity, space, and all that happens in between. Michelle Turner, creator of Movement Lesson™ LLC, presents and discusses her theories on gravity, movement, development, and beyond.

KXplores Emerging Research

Knowledge Exchange

We explore the new and emerging research happening right now at The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. It's science so fresh, you haven't heard about it yet!

The PDS Podcast

The PDS Podcast

Join Canadian Storm Chasers Jordan Carruthers and Kurtis Fafard as these two discuss all things weather related, and interview Storm Chasers, Meteorologists, and Weather enthusiasts from around the world

For The Love Of Trees

Otway Agroforestry Network

Trees on farms can help improve the water quality in our streams; enhance and connect wildlife habitats; capture and store carbon dioxide; reduce the need to harvest our public native forests; and, provide regional business and employment opportunities.OAN (Otway Agroforestry Network Ltd) is a landcare group that encourages farmers to establish and manage trees for the reasons that matter to them.


Folha de S.Paulo

Episódio 7: A sexta extinção

No último episódio da série, o Habitat reflete sobre a espécie humana — capaz de coisas incríveis, como explorar o espaço, e terríveis, como ameaçar a biodiversidade da Terra. Uma vulcanologista planetária, um ecologista, um jornalista de ciência e uma paleontóloga nos ajudam a entender o papel da humanidade no planeta e no Universo.

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PCPG's A Poorly Sorted but Well Rounded Series

Pennsylvania Council of Professional Geologists

To most folks, this may seem an odd title but it best describes the range of topics this podcast series delivers to practicing geologists, geoscientists, or anyone with an interest in Pennsylvania’s geological environment. Produced by the Pennsylvania Council of Professional Geologists (PCPG), the series includes practical and timely topics, technical and social matters, trends and tips for the office or the field, and interesting subjects and interviews that may remind you of why you chose (or should have chosen) a career in geoscience. So, if you’d like to learn something new, listen to a geologist talk about something they love, or you just need a break from the routine, please join us and listen in!

Geoscience Futures

Geoscience Futures group

Geoscience is central to all our futures. Whether it’s the energy transition, clean water, feeding the planet, mitigating climate change, or building sustainable cities, the world needs geoscientists. But is the discipline of geoscience fit for purpose? In this podcast, well known broadcaster Professor Iain Stewart - along with colleagues Cam McCuaig and Neil Evans from the resources company BHP - talk to "thought leaders" in the field of geoscience, to discover their vision for the future of the discipline. How does geoscience reinvent itself for the great societal challenges of the 21st century? This is a podcast that grew out of a Unesco research project exploring the relationship between geoscience and the UN's sustainability goals. It is intended as a showcase for creative thinking about the future of geoscience.(As a consequence of Covid lockdowns, all the interviews were conducted via video conference and the audio quality sometimes reflects this.)

Faith Pest Control North Georgia Podcast

Faith Pest Control North Georgia Podcast

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EcoVybz Podcast

Khadija Stewart

The Ecovybz Podcast -is on a mission to educate, inspire and mobilise upcoming activists by having interactive conversations on environmental topics with youth from across the world. Drawing from a global network of inspiring youth leaders, climate activist Khadija Stewart brings the Caribbean, positive, upbeat and informal perspective to the environmental podcast scene.

Earth Day Live!


The official podcast from the people behind EARTHDAY.ORG. Support this podcast:

What On Earth: The Sustainable Podcast


Do we need to change the way we eat?

This week we try to get to grips with the complexities and divisions in our food systems which have been thrown into sharp focus during the pandemic. In the episode Sarah chats to fellow Hubbuber and food aficionado Aoife and gets top tips from chefs on how they stay sustainable in the kitchen. 

The IcePod

The IcePod

The Drake Lake & the Drake Shake – The IcePod with Nina Gallo

In this episode of The IcePod, we talk to Nina Gallo about her work as a tour guide in Antarctica and how she gets the most out for her Antarctica-loving passengers, even when the weather is unstable.

Nina came to Antarctica about five years ago when she applied for a tour guide position in Antarctica. "Australia has a strong connection to Antarctica, and I heard about it when I was a kid in school," says the Australian writer and photographer. What she likes best about the Antarctic landscape is that it is "always surprising". After each of her trips south, you'd think Nina would be exhausted from a 24-hour job lasting several weeks, but no, she's always excited to just turn around and go back.

Her work as a guide consists, on the one hand, briefing and preparing the passengers who have boarded in Ushuaia, Argentina, and are now finally entering Antarctica. On the oth

3:12 - The HRP Podcast

HRP Associates Inc.

A monthly podcast that embodies the work hard, play hard spirit of HRP Associates, Inc., an environmental, engineering and EH&S consulting firm. Each episode will give you insight into the latest issues in the field, as well as a look behind the scenes, so you can get to know the amazing people at this one of a kind company.

Green Tech Today (Video)


GTT 26: First Wind is an independent wind energy company that has developed and currently operates wind energy projects in the Northeast, the West, and in Hawaii.

Top 25 Green Tech Innovators Series: First Wind
First Wind is an independent wind energy company based in Boston, that has developed and currently operates wind energy projects in the Northeast, the West, and in Hawaii, with total installed capacity of 534 megawatts (MW).
Host: Becky Worley
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Atmospheric Tales

Shahzad Gani

Transnational environmental law and innovations in climate litigation

In this episode, we discuss the need for laws and regulations to respond to environmental issues and to create a sense of responsibility towards environmental resources at local, regional and international levels.