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America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast A changing climate presents humanity with only one option: adapt. Join your host, Doug Parsons for America's leading podcast on climate change - America Adapts! Each episode, Doug sits down with scientists, activists, policymakers, and journalists to discuss the tough questions facing this country and the world as we confront humanity's greatest challenge. Question your assumptions, refresh your perspective, and become part of the climate movement that will determine our planet's future, right here on the America Adapts podcast.
Reversing Climate Change A podcast about the different people, technologies, and organizations that are coming together to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and reverse climate change. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reversingclimatechange/support
Green Dreamer: Sustainability and Regeneration From Ideas to Life Green Dreamer is a community-supported, in(ter)dependent podcast exploring our paths to collective healing, biocultural revitalization, and true abundance and wellness *for all*.

Curious to unravel the dominant narratives that stunt our imaginations and called to spark radical dreaming of what could be, we share conversations with an ever-expanding range of thought leaders — each inspiring us to deepen and broaden our awareness in their own ways.

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Together, let's learn what it takes to thrive—in every sense of the word.
Climate Change with Scott Amyx Get the latest insights on climate change and breakthrough technologies and innovations that are fighting climate change!

According to a United Nations climate change report, the evidence of human-caused climate change is overwhelming and continues to strengthen. The impacts of climate change are intensifying and climate-related threats to our physical, social, and economic well-being are rising at an unprecedented rate.

Widespread climate changes are causing extreme heat, severe drought, uncontrollable wildfires, catastrophic hurricanes and floods, rising sea levels, intensifying coral reef bleaching, migration of millions of people, violence over resources, famine, and diseases.

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South of 2 Degrees - The Science Behind Climate Change Dedicated to bringing scientific research to the forefront of the climate conversation in order to help individuals around the globe make informed decisions on the greatest issue of our generation.
‎TILclimate Climate change is confusing. This award-winning MIT podcast breaks down the science, technologies, and policies behind climate change, how it’s impacting us, and what our society can do about it. Each quick episode gives you the what, why, and how on climate change — from real scientists — to help us all make informed decisions for our future.

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Hey! It's a carbon removal meme writers room happy hour!—w/ Siobhan Montoya Lavender Most carbon removal content is highly technical and very serious.
But it doesn’t have to be.
So, what would it look like to produce carbon removal content that is a little looser? A little less informational? A little more appealing to a lay audience? And a little more fun?
On this bonus episode of Reversing Climate Change, Ross sits down with fellow memeologist and Thanks a Ton Cofounder Siobhan Montoya Lavender to have an informal conversation that infuses some fun in the carbon removal community.
Ross and Siobhan discuss how they think about choosing between science and funny in the context of a meme and describe the value in producing content that is less utilitarian and more accessible to the general population.
Listen in for the story of Ross’ harrowing experience with a group of very aggressive crows and enjoy 30 minutes of lighthearted carbon removal content!
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Resources
Thanks a Ton
‘Moisture Swing Sorbent for Carbon Dioxide Capture from Ambient Air’ in Environmental Science & Technology
Carbon Removal Memes for Climate Restorative Teens on Twitter
Carbon Removal Memes on Instagram
IPCC Reports
Air Miners
Na’im Merchant
The Carbon Curve Podcast
Migratory Bird Treaty Act

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Save Water by Watering the Plants with a Watering Can and Rainwater Here we look at; Watering the Plants by Capturing Rainwater and Using a Watering Can. This is one of over 40 ideas in our Sustainability Roadmap with Solutions to Climate Change, and part of our series on Growing Sustainably.

Links mentioned:
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Find watering cans on Facebook Marketplace - https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/110154509005372/search/?query=watering%20cans
Find watering cans on Gumtree - https://www.gumtree.com/for-sale/uk/watering+cans

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Work Through the Sustainability Roadmap
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Production Notes
This was produced by me, James Walters, as a personal project to help stop climate change by inspiring others to grow, eat, and live sustainably.
Any advice given is the opinion of those involved and does not constitute medical, financial, or legal advice.
* We include links we think you will find useful. If you buy through those links, we may earn a small commission. It’s one way to support our work and to inspire as many people as possible.
S3E20: Advancing Direct Air Capture, One Meme at a Time—w/ Jason Hochman of the DAC Coalition The direct air capture industry is attempting to recreate the oil and gas sector in reverse—at a highly accelerated rate.
And those of us in the space have a tremendous opportunity to build something truly impactful.
But how do we educate the general public around the carbon removal technologies at our disposal? Can a well-crafted meme help people understand the benefits of direct air capture?
Jason Hochman is Cofounder and Senior Director of the recently launched Direct Air Capture Coalition, a global nonprofit working to educate, engage, and mobilize society around the deployment of DAC technology at the pace and scale the climate crisis requires. He also happens to be an accomplished mememaker in the carbon removal space.
On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Jason joins Ross and cohost Siobhan Montoya Lavender to do a live meme workshop, sharing his approach to writing DAC-themed memes for popular Simpsons and Sith Kermit templates.
Jason discusses the early growth of the Direct Air Capture Coalition, describing how it seeks to serve as an educational resource and platform for collaboration among its 44 member organizations.
Listen in to understand the biggest problems facing the mass adoption of direct air capture and learn how Jason is addressing pushback on DAC with resources like the DAC Report Library as well as his CDR 101 meme thread.
Connect with Nori
Purchase Nori Carbon Removals
Nori's website
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Join Nori's Discord to hang out with other fans of the podcast and Nori
Check out our other podcast, Carbon Removal Newsroom
Resources
Direct Air Capture Coalition
DAC FAQ
DAC Report Library
DAC Company Directory
Jason on Twitter
Jason’s CDR 101 Meme Thread
Carbon Removal Memes for Climate Restorative Teens on Twitter
Carbon Removal Memes on Instagram
Carbon Removal Memes on Reversing Climate Change S3EP18
Thanks a Ton
Air Miners
OpenAir Collective
Groundskeeper Willie -- Damn Scots
The Four Corners Coalition
Carbon180
Clean Air Task Force
Rocky Mountain Institute
Climeworks

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S3E19: How a large winemaker thinks about sustainability—with Steve Lohr of J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines As a consumer who cares about climate change, you may be shopping for organic, local, or even regenerative food products. But does your support of sustainable agriculture extend to wine?
How does a winemaker earn the certified sustainable distinction? And what does sustainable viticulture look like?
Steve Lohr is President and CEO of J. Lohr Vineyards and Wines, a winemaking operation with vineyards in Monterey County, Paso Robles, and Napa Valley, California. J. Lohr is dedicated to sustainability and the environment, and Steve’s team earned the 2020 Green Medal Leader Award from the California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance.
On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Steve joins Ross to discuss J. Lohr’s sustainability practices, describing how an operation of scale can make large investments in sustainable practices in an attempt to move the needle, and why Steve believes in sustainability at any size of business. How much of a business attempting sustainability is cost-saving and how much is brand value?
Listen in for insight on how installing a solar tracking array reduced J. Lohr’s electric bill by an order of magnitude and get Steve’s advice on how to get started with drinking sustainable wines.
Connect with Nori
Purchase Nori Carbon Removals
Nori's website
Nori on Twitter
Join Nori's Discord to hang out with other fans of the podcast and Nori
Check out our other podcast, Carbon Removal Newsroom
Resources
J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines
J. Lohr’s Sustainability Initiatives
J. Lohr on Twitter
J. Lohr on Instagram
Paul Wagner on Reversing Climate Change S3EP10
Other Homes and Garbage: Designs for Self-Sufficient Living by Jim Leckle, Gill Masters, Harry Whitehouse and Lily Young
California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance
Vineyard Team
LODI RULES
Napa Green
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S4 Ep 18: People, Planet, Politics: Inflation Reduction Act On August 7, 2022, the Inflation Reduction Act passed in the U.S. Senate and will make its way to the House of Representatives on Friday, August 12th. There is a lot of nuance around the bill, but to be clear, “the largest piece of climate legislation” does not go far enough to protect Black and Indigenous communities. That said, we understand the need for climate legislation, because if you don’t shape policy, policy will shape you. The Coolest Show Host Rev Yearwood and Producer Tamara Toles O’Laughlin discuss the bill and how we must continue fighting for environmental justice.
The Coolest Show – brought to you by Hip Hop Caucus Think 100% PODCASTS – drops new episodes every Monday on environmental justice and how we solve the climate crisis. Listen and subscribe here or at TheCoolestShow.com! Follow @Think100Climate and @RevYearwood on Instagram, Twitter, and Instagram.
Will Coverage of Climate Solutions Suffer the Same Fate as Coverage of Climate Science? News outlets are finally allocating resources to coverage of climate solutions, and most reporters are trying to get these complex issues right. Some, however, are repeating the same mistakes that derailed coverage of climate science itself for decades. Adapted from stories that first appeared on Ecosystem Marketplace, available here: https://medium.com/@stevenwilliamzwick/will-coverage-of-climate-solutions-suffer-the-same-fate-as-coverage-of-climate-science-b63877e090f1
Six Lessons from 45 Years of Natural Climate Solutions When popular media get natural climate solutions wrong, it’s usually because they’re struggling to understand complex mechanisms that have evolved over more than 45 years. Here is a brief look back on that evolution. Second of a three-part series adapted from Ecosystem Marketplace Click here for the original story and all related links: https://www.ecosystemmarketplace.com/articles/opinionsix-lessons-from-the-history-of-natural-climate-solutions/
Corporate America Adapts to Climate Change - with World Wildlife Fund and The Coca-Cola Company In episode 168 of America Adapts, Doug Parsons hosts David Kuhn and Ben Jordan. David is the lead for corporate resilience at World Wildlife Fund and Ben is the Senior Director of Packaging and Climate at The Coca-Cola Company.  We discuss why engaging the corporate sector is so important to WWF and why the private sector will be so important for the emerging adaptation sector.  We also discuss sustainability and its longer history with corporate America and how adaptation can complement the work that’s already been done in sustainability.  You’ll also learn about an innovative project the two are working on together that will build climate resilience and protect water quality in Guatemala. This episode will ground you in the current state of affairs with climate adaptation and the business sector.  We cover a lot of ground in this podcast! Experts in this episode: David Kuhn - Lead for Corporate Resilience at World Wildlife Fund Ben Jordan - Senior Director of Packaging and Climate at The Coca-Cola Company Topics covered: Is corporate America engaging with the emerging adaptation sector? Why engaging the corporate is so important to WWF and why the private sector will be so important for the adaptation sector. We’ll discuss sustainability and its longer history with corporate America and how adaptation can complement the work that’s already been done in sustainability Hear about on the ground resilience work in Guatemala. Learn about WWF’s principles for social-ecological resilience. What are the current conditions with climate adaptation with business. This episode was generously sponsored by World Wildlife Fund. Donate to America Adapts Listen to America Adapts on your favorite app here! Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/americaadapts/ @usaadapts https://www.linkedin.com/in/doug-parsons-america-adapts/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/ben-r-jordan-077b2/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-kuhn-686162133/ @CocaCola @WWFBetterBiz @WWF Donate to America Adapts Follow on Apple Podcasts Follow on Android Doug Parsons and Speaking Opportunities: If you are interested in having Doug speak at corporate and conference events, sharing his unique, expert perspective on adaptation in an entertaining and informative way, more information can be found here! Now on Spotify! List of Previous Guests on America Adapts Follow/listen to podcast on Apple Podcasts. Donate to America Adapts, we are now a tax deductible charitable organization! Links in episode: https://www.worldwildlife.org/publications/rising-to-resilience https://www.worldwildlife.org/business/the-coca-cola-company https://www.worldwildlife.org/stories/working-together-to-buil
Maladaptation - Dr Lisa Schipper - Perils of Bad Climate Adaptation In this ClimateGenn episode, we are discussing the risk of maladaptation that can seriously undermine our efforts to tackle the climate challenges we know are coming towards us.
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Dr Lisa Schipper is an Environmental Social Science Research Fellow at the Environmental Change Institute at the University of Oxford whose work focuses on adaptation to climate change in developing countries, looking at factors that include gender, religion, and culture, to understand what drives vulnerability.
As vulnerability and suffering increase, it is critical we are able to engage as many people as possible to help shape the solutions that benefit us all and avoid critical errors that can have long-lasting detrimental effects.
In the next episode, I am speaking with Kelly Wanser from the Silver Lining Institute in Washington about their work in trying to counter near-term Earth system destabilisation by a combination of advanced supercomputer situations and interventions that might include marine cloud brightening.
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Ep 04 - Helena Ferreira | Adega De Borba, where Sustainability equals survival During my trip across Alentejo, it was a pleasure to visit the cooperative Adega de Borba. Winemaking in and around Borba has a long pedigree and is even mentioned in ‘Murray’s handbook to Travels in Portugal’, published in 1864, with reference to ‘A considerable quantity of wine is produced at Borba..’
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And so it is to this day with Borba producing around 10 million bottles per year.
The co-op is also renowned for its quality with their very popular Adega de Borba Reserva being a top seller with its iconic label printed on cork.
During my visit I was given a tour of the winery and the cellars by Helena Ferreira, the director in charge of production and quality control. Helena has been implementing an impressive suite of sustainability protocols right across the organisation.
These include training the 300 growers, covering over 2200 hectares of vineyards, to improving energy, water, and waste management. All of this work is to ensure that the one thousand families who rely on Adega de Borba for their living, have confidence that they will be producing wine there in the years and decades yet to come.
This is episode 4 of 8 in a special series on sustainability in Alentejo in Southern Portugal - one of the most vulnerable wine regions in the world.
Season 1, Episode 16: Varieties of Hope with Guest Elin Kelsey












































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Season 1, Episode 16: Varieties of Hope with Guest Elin KelseyIn Episode 16, Thomas and Panu had an enlightening conversation with Elin Kelsey, environmental educator and author of Hope Matters. Panu and Elin spoke of their collaborations in Finland and the importance of taking time for reflection in the “culture of urgency” we have about climate change. Elin shared the concept of “solutions journalism” and noted that only 2-3% of news we hear about climate change discusses currently available solutions. The insight is that a scarcity of hope is also a perceptual issue—given the problem-oriented biases of academia, journalism and scientific reports, we do not get enough positive information to feed a healthy sense of hope about progress addressing the climate emergency. Panu, Elin and Thomas considered early examples of hope practices, the current solutions-focused influencing of Tik-Tok science educator Alaina Wood (aka The Garbage Queen), detours like “bright-siding” and toxic forms of hope and negativity, and the healthy place for moments of hopelessness in our flow of emotions as they can signal when an old path is done and new path needs to begin. Join us and update your ideas about hope! LinksElin Kelsey and Hope MattersElin’s work with social media influencersVideo of a recent event with Elin, Panu and others in Helsinki Finland's Climate University (openly available online courses)Solutions Journalism Story TrackerTik Tok science communicator Alaina Wood and her upbeat, positive climate newsThomas and Alaina and NBC’s Gadi Schwartz speaking at recent Aspen Ideas FestivalThomas recognizes Dick and Jeanne Roy, longtime Portland, Oregon environmental activists and their “Practice of Hope” workshops dating to 2005. See 2011 videoOn what “meaning in life” means… (simply put: a life that is worthy of attention, has a purpose and makes sense).Psychologist and activist Joel Vos’ book on Meaning of life (Panu’s recommendation) and his online video about the topic Panu’s two articles about hope, despair and tragedy: “Environmental Education After Sustainability: Hope in the Midst of Tragedy” (2017) and <a href="https://he
Forage Food for Free Here we look at; The Foraging Code and Learning What Food to Forage (from the experts). This is one of over 40 ideas in our Sustainability Roadmap with Solutions to Climate Change, and part of our series on Eating Sustainably.

Links mentioned:
River Cottage – Hedgerow handbook by John Wright* - https://amzn.to/3xX8nAo
Eat Weeds website - https://www.eatweeds.co.uk/
Edible and Medicinal Wild Plants of Britain and Ireland* - https://amzn.to/3x0PDkI

Where Next?
There’s so much inspiring information to give you ideas of how to help climate change by growing, eating, and living sustainably, you can:
Go to https://www.naffordjunction.co.uk
Read Our Articles
Subscribe to Our Podcast
Sign-Up to Our Free Email Newsletter
Join the #VoteWithOurMoney Campaign
Work Through the Sustainability Roadmap
Find Companies to Help You Grow, Eat, and Live Sustainably
Follow Nafford Junction on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube

Help Us Inspire Others
If you’re passionate about helping climate change, please consider supporting Nafford Junction, you can:
Become a Patron to Give Regular Contributions
Buy Me a Coffee to Make a One-Off Contribution
Create for Us and Publish Thought Provoking Content
Become an Inspiring Leader and Advertise with Us
Support Nafford Junction at https://www.naffordjunction.co.uk/support

Production Notes
This was produced by me, James Walters, as a personal project to help stop climate change by inspiring others to grow, eat, and live sustainably.
Any advice given is the opinion of those involved and does not constitute medical, financial, or legal advice.
* We include links we think you will find useful. If you buy through those links, we may earn a small commission. It’s one way to support our work and to inspire as many people as possible.
Eric vs. Gabe It's the final showdown, folks. Hold your penises.
Season Two Trailer Welcome to season two of I'm Afraid of Climate Change, hosted by Audrey Casper.
Redlining and Rising Temperatures In this episode, Audrey discusses the connection between the US' history of redlining and its disparities in green infrastructure.

Sources:
https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/nrcs144p2_029251.pdf

https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/redlining

https://www.savi.org/2021/06/24/lasting-impacts-of-segregation/

https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0249715#:~:text=Tree%20cover%20cools%20the%20air,than%20sensible%20heat%20%5B20%5D.

https://www.mdpi.com/2225-1154/8/1/12

https://www.npr.org/2020/01/14/795961381/racist-housing-practices-from-the-1930s-linked-to-hotter-neighborhoods-today

https://www.americanforests.org/our-programs/tree-equity/

To weigh in, email:
imafraidofclimatechange@gmail.com
Interview with Anna Cheniuntai CEO of Apis Cor Apis Cor is an advanced and pioneering robotics 3D printing construction company.
S4 Ep 17: SCOTUS Roundtable w Sheila Foster, Breya Johnson, & Gerald Torres Like it or not we are in a political moment and this special conversation interrupts our previously scheduled program to connect climate to the politics that affect whether we win or lose. Our guests are some of the most respected thinkers on issues of environmental justice, human health, indigenous rights, and reproductive health. On this episode of The Coolest Show, Rev Yearwood speaks with Sheila Foster, a Professor of Urban Law and Policy at Georgetown, Gerald Torres, a Professor at Yale School of Environment and Yale Law School, and Breya Johnson, the Deputy Director of Organizing at Girls for Gender Equity (GGE), for a roundtable on the current decisons made by the SCOTUS.
The Coolest Show – brought to you by Hip Hop Caucus Think 100% PODCASTS – drops new episodes every Monday on environmental justice and how we solve the climate crisis. Listen and subscribe here or at TheCoolestShow.com! Follow @Think100Climate and @RevYearwood on Instagram, Twitter, and Instagram.
How to Make Deodorant Here we look at; Homemade Deodorant Making Equipment and Ingredients; The Different Types of Essential Oils; and How to Make Deodorant. This is one of over 40 ideas in our Sustainability Roadmap with Solutions to Climate Change, and part of our series on Living Sustainably.
Links mentioned:
Eat Dirt book by Dr Josh Axe* - https://amzn.to/3qKRJUx
Organic coconut oil* - https://amzn.to/3Dw5oC4
Organic essential oil* - https://amzn.to/30gquWV
How to Make Deodorant - https://www.naffordjunction.co.uk/blog/how-to-make-deodorant/

Where Next?
There’s so much inspiring information to give you ideas of how to help climate change by growing, eating, and living sustainably, you can:
Go to https://www.naffordjunction.co.uk
Read Our Articles
Subscribe to Our Podcast
Sign-Up to Our Free Email Newsletter
Join the #VoteWithOurMoney Campaign
Work Through the Sustainability Roadmap
Find Companies to Help You Grow, Eat, and Live Sustainably
Follow Nafford Junction on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube

Help Us Inspire Others
If you’re passionate about helping climate change, please consider supporting Nafford Junction, you can:
Become a Patron to Give Regular Contributions
Buy Me a Coffee to Make a One-Off Contribution
Create for Us and Publish Thought Provoking Content
Become an Inspiring Leader and Advertise with Us
Support Nafford Junction at https://www.naffordjunction.co.uk/support

Production Notes
This was produced by me, James Walters, as a personal project to help stop climate change by inspiring others to grow, eat, and live sustainably.
Any advice given is the opinion of those involved and does not constitute medical, financial, or legal advice.
* We include links we think you will find useful. If you buy through those links, we may earn a small commission. It’s one way to support our work and to inspire as many people as possible.
IS US CONGRESS A GLOBAL CLIMATE SECURITY THREAT? Interview with Lieutenant General Norman Seip (Ret) Visit https://patreon.com/genncc or https://genn.cc
In this ClimateGenn episode, I speak with Lieutenant General Norman Seip, the President of the American Security Project, about the urgency for the US Senate to stop playing dice with the global climate and vote through policy that will steer America back on course to being a nation worthy of respect. Ever since President George Bush Senior declared the American Way of Life is not up for negotiation, the United States has stood in the way of global efforts to limit the impacts of climate destruction.
We are now unnecessarily gambling our collective futures away because US politicians put wealth and ideology above the endless warnings of climate scientists, ecologists, among many others now screaming for change to avert disaster. It is late in the day and we are all now at risk from business as usual policy and investment that prolongs the use of fossil fuels. Changing now could avert some suffering and, as we discuss here, the United States must grow up and face its responsibility as the world's largest emitter.
Ep 3: Herdade de Mouchão, Biodiversity, Terroir, A Scorching Climate And Struggle for Sustainability In this Alentejo Wines episode, I am speaking to Iain Richardson, from the wine estate, Mouchão.
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Mouchão is a great example of an integrated estate in Alentejo where different flora and fauna are interwoven to create the whole.
The Sobreiro, or cork oak trees, are an integral part of the history of this region and yet, as Iain tells us, climate is one of the drivers that is causing a substantial die-off against which he and his team are fighting.
For reference, the Arroba, mentioned in this recording is actually a measure used for weighing cork, equivalent to 15 kilograms.
The story of Mouchao is one that really marries the past with the present in terms of identifying the moment where history and tradition are faced with the need for non-linear responses in order to achieve sustainability.
It is the story that really connects the glass of wine, or jug of olive oil, to the seemingly infinite physical and chemical interactions within the biosphere.
It is also the great human challenge to adapt to these changes, regenerate our soils, and build resilience while learning to live in a different world.
This feeds back into the importance of what programmes like WASP can achieve when they provide the framework for measuring change and disseminating knowledge.
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Ep97: Julio Friedmann "The Carbon Wrangler" Dr. Julio Friedmann is Chief Scientist and Chief Carbon Wrangler at Carbon Direct.  He recently served as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Office of Fossil Energy at the Department of Energy where he was responsible for DOE’s R&D program in advanced fossil energy systems, carbon capture, and storage (CCS), CO2 utilisation, and clean coal deployment.  More recently, he was a Senior Research Scholar and now a Non--Resident Fellow at the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University SIPA, where he led the Carbon Management Research Initiative. He has held positions at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, including Chief Energy Technologist, where he worked for 15 years.Dr. Friedmann is one of the most widely known and authoritative experts in the U.S. on carbon removal (CO2 drawdown from the air and oceans), CO2 conversion and use (carbon-to-value), hydrogen, industrial decarbonisation, and carbon capture and sequestration. In addition to close partnerships with many private companies, NGOs, Julio has worked with the U.S. State Department, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and government agencies foreign and domestic. His expertise also includes oil and gas production, international clean energy engagements, and earth science.Dr. Friedmann received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), followed by a Ph.D. in Geology at the University of Southern California. He worked for five years as a senior research scientist at ExxonMobil, then as a research scientist at the University of Maryland.
S4 Ep:16 Geography is Colonial w/ Francisca Rockey The study of geography implies that the space we exist in is natural. However, colonialism, capitalism and cisheteropatriarchy have spatially engineered the current world. Examples of this include borders, limited access to green space, redlining, food apartheids and sacrifice zones. Francisca Rockey, founder of Black Geographers, speaks to Rev Yearwood about the role of geography in politics, how colonial the discipline is, and allies taking up space.
Support: https://www.blackgeographers.com/
The Coolest Show – brought to you by Hip Hop Caucus Think 100% PODCASTS – drops new episodes every Monday on environmental justice and how we solve the climate crisis. Listen and subscribe here or at TheCoolestShow.com! Follow @Think100Climate and @RevYearwood on Instagram, Twitter, and Instagram.
S3E18: Carbon Removal Memes for Climate Restorative Teens—w/ Siobhan Montoya Lavender & Asa Kamer Here at Nori, we take climate change very seriously. But we don’t want to take ourselves too seriously.
So, we developed the Memelab as a way to engage with other carbon removal enthusiasts and introduce a new audience the idea of removing CO2 from the atmosphere—with humor.
Asa Kamer is Producer of the Carbon Removal Newsroom podcast. Siobhan Montoya Lavendar is Cofounder at Thanks a Ton. And they are both part of the writing team for Carbon Removal Memes for Climate Restorative Teens.
On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Asa and Siobhan join Ross to share the origin of Nori’s Carbon Removal Memelab and explain why it’s so challenging to identify what makes a successful meme.
Asa, Siobhan, and Ross describe the important role comedy can play in reversing climate change, discussing why self-deprecating humor works better than being mean, and how they iterate on a joke to be funny without being offensive.
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Small Business Administration’s Office of Disaster Assistance Adapts to Climate Change with Associate Administrator Francisco Sanchez Jr. In episode 167, Doug Parsons hosts Francisco Sanchez Jr., Associate Administrator for the Small Business Administration’s Office of Disaster Assistance. Francisco shares what is the office of disaster assistance. We also discuss how climate change is requiring them to evolve their mission. SBA is actually a major funder of disaster preparedness, an increasingly important part of any adaptation response for communities. We also learn about Francisco’s previous experiences doing similar disaster work in Houston, Texas. He has some riveting stories as the city was preparing for Hurricane Harvey to make landfall. It’s a great episode and you get to hear how a federal agency is stepping up on the issue of climate change. Topics covered: What is the role of SBA’s Office of Disaster Assistance How is the Office evolving factoring in climate change. What are some federal policies that make it hard to provide disaster assistance. Learn why disaster preparedness is a key pillar of climate adaptation. Learn how remarkable a storm event Hurricane Harvey in Houston was. See how the city of Houston prepared for the arrival of Hurricane Harvey. “Recovery has to be tied to resilience.” “People are seeing forecasts that they could have never imagined before.” “Don’t fight the Scenario.” Donate to America Adapts Listen to America Adapts on your favorite app here! Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/americaadapts/ @usaadapts https://www.linkedin.com/in/doug-parsons-america-adapts/ @F_SanchezJr @SBA_Francisco @SBAgov Donate to America Adapts Follow on Apple Podcasts Follow on Android Doug Parsons and Speaking Opportunities: If you are interested in having Doug speak at corporate and conference events, sharing his unique, expert perspective on adaptation in an entertaining and informative way, more information can be found here! Now on Spotify! List of Previous Guests on America Adapts Follow/listen to podcast on Apple Podcasts. Donate to America Adapts, we are now a tax deductible charitable organization! Links in episode: https://www.sba.gov/person/francisco-sanchez-jr https://www.sba.gov/about-sba/sba-locations/headquarters-offices/office-disaster-assistance https://www.americaadapts.org/episodes/2022/7/22/small-business-administrations-office-of-disaster-assistance-adapts-to-climate-change-with-associate-administrator-francisco-sanchez-jr Previous America Adapts highlighted in this episode: Fundamentals of Wildfire, Land Management and Climate Change with Dr. Brandon Collins of UC Berkeley Doug Parsons hosts Dr. Brandon Collins, an adjunct professor at UC Berkeley and the lead scientist at Berkel
Episode 2 - DR Greg Jones, Climate Science And Wine Get episodes early by supporting via Patreon: https://patreon.com/genncc full transcript at https://Genn.cc
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In the second episode of the Alentejo climate and sustainability series, I'm speaking with winemaker and climate scientist Dr. Greg Jones, who has co-authored climate and wine research papers looking at the vulnerability of certain regions to climate change. One, in particular, that is relevant to this series titled 'Climate Change & Global Wine Quality', published in 2005 states, "Other regions currently with warmer growing seasons, i.e. southern Portugal may become too warm for the existing varieties grown there and hot climate maturity regions may become too warm to produce high-quality wines of any type."
A couple of factors that are important in responding to this deduction are as follows. Mitigation is still essential. Every one of us, every business, every wine business, must play a part in the decarbonisation of human systems. Doing so is a collective responsibility that runs all the way through the wine business, from the vineyards, to how wine is communicated and consumed. But this alone is not enough wine producers have to go further in building resilience, regenerating soils, and ecosystems. This is as much about stewardship as it is about survival.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the IPCC recently released a report that states adaptation is critical, because climate impacts due to human-caused global warming, are now unavoidable. Here, Dr. Jones outlines some of the impacts we can expect in regions such as Alentejo, which are among the world's most vulnerable to heat increases and drought conditions. He also gives us his view on why regional certification programs such as the Wines of Alentejo Sustainability Programme play a crucial role in the sharing of knowledge, as well as providing the framework by which actions and progress can be measured. This second episode represents a broader view before we zoom in and meet the producers in Alentejo and hear their fascinating stories about the actions they are taking to boost resilience and protect the quality and reputation of the region.
Interview with Dr. Urvashi Bhatnagar Healthcare Executive Co-Author of The Sustainability Scorecard Dr. Urvashi Bhatnagar is a healthcare executive & co-author of The Sustainability Scorecard
How to Make Conditioner Here we look at; Homemade Conditioner Making Equipment and Ingredients; The Different Types of Essential Oils; and How to Make Conditioner. This is one of over 40 ideas in our Sustainability Roadmap with Solutions to Climate Change, and part of our series on Living Sustainably.
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Organic apple cider vinegar* - https://amzn.to/2X0lqoc
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Season 1, Episode 15: Climate Music Pt. 2 Thomas's PlaylistPart 2 of our exploration of climate emotions through music: Thomas’s playlist “Shifting Basslines of the Cornucopians” — its title inspired by the Snapped Ankles number, and having a double meaning: Shifting bass lines in the music that inspires us and “Shifting Baselines” in how each generation perceives the natural world. As Thomas notes: “My themes are water and fire, being a hostage to Capitalism and Climate Change, finding refuge, transformation, and our all-togetherness during these challenging times. As Courtney John sings “Yes we are sailing in a different boat. But we are sailing in the same ocean.” In my mix, I am inspired by a variety of sources, the old time music of the Carter Family, the cathartic punk of The Thermals, the immersive ‘Become…’ series of Alaskan composer John Luther Adams, and the tribal techno of ‘Land Back.’ We are nostalgic (and solastalgic) about the beautiful ‘Flatlands’ in ‘The World We Knew’ while the ‘Sword of Damocles’ hangs over our heads. In this ‘Cruel Summer’ with ‘No Snow on the Mountain’ we hope that ‘Somewhere’ there is a place for us.” Let us know about the music that inspires you to express your climate feelings.LinksThomas’s PlaylistStorm Warning, FinlandKEXP, Seattle, Washington, USAMusic Declares Emergency, United KingdomThe Shifting Baseline Problem: Explanation, Findings and FindingsAccelerando: Anthropologist Thomas Hylland Eriksen on the age of acceleration.TranscriptTranscript edited for clarity and brevity. [music: “CC&H theme music”] Introduction voice: Welcome to Climate Change and Happiness, an international podcast that explores the personal side of climate change. Your feelings, what the crisis means to you, and how to cope and thrive. And now your hosts, Thomas Doherty and Panu Pihkala.Thomas Doherty: Hello, I am Thomas Doherty. Panu Pihkala: And, I am Panu Pihkala. Doherty: And welcome to Climate Change and Happiness. Our podcast for people around the world, around the globe, who are thinking deeply about the personal side of climate change. Including their feelings and responses to the climate crisis. And some episodes I've been looking forward to, Panu: Talking about music and playlists—and how we can create our own kind of climate list, a climate playlist of songs that evoke [our] climate change feelings. Emotions and just sensations. And we've been chatting a little bit about your playlist. And I'm going to talk about mine. Tell me a little bit about music and the role of music for you, Panu, in your life and how it links with climate change for you?Pihkala: Yeah. We discussed it in the previous episode, if you listened to that already. Music is a big part of both of our lives and we both play some instruments. For me, I started with piano lessons when I was five years old. My older sister played the p
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Green Jobs with Shannon Jahn Shannon Jahn is the Green Workforce Lead at City and County of Denver, Office of Climate Action, Sustainability and Resiliency. In this interview Shannon talks about growing a green economy and a climate resilient future while creating a vibrant workforce with well-paying job opportunities for everybody in the community.
Exposing London's Dirty Business | Fossil Free London In this ClimateGenn episode I speak with Fossil Free London activist Nuri Syed Corser about their focussed activism targeting the biggest polluters operating in the UK’s capital.
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At a time when the UK is reeling from extreme heatwaves, the government are holding back on renewable energy projects and backing fossil fuel investments that will please their backers and make the climate problem much, much worse. They are also using the Russian invasion of Ukraine as an excuse to increase coal, oil and gas extraction across the British Isles.
Activist groups like Fossil Free London help to highlight who the polluters are and bring public attention to their careless and destructive activities. As has been said in previous interviews, the activists and civil society groups are more inline with what the science tells us we need to do than the policymakers entrusted to protect us. This has to stop.
Thanks for listening to Climate Genn. In the next episode I am speaking with a retired US General Norman Seip who is now President of the American Security Project and who agrees with me that as much as Climate Change is a US National Security Threat, US climate policy is itself a security threat to the rest of the world.
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S4 Ep:15 Donors of Color Network w/ Abdul Dosunmu & Marion Gee The Coolest Show – brought to you by Hip Hop Caucus Think 100% PODCASTS – drops new episodes every Monday on environmental justice and how we solve the climate crisis. Listen and subscribe here or at TheCoolestShow.com! Follow @Think100Climate and @RevYearwood on Instagram, Twitter, and Instagram.
Interview with Professor Eran Sharon The Racah Institute of Physics Hebrew University of Jerusalem Professor Eran Sharon's shape-shifting pasta technology reduces the need for excessive packaging.
How to Make Shampoo Here we look at; Homemade Shampoo Making Equipment and Ingredients; The Different Types of Essential Oils; and How to Make Shampoo. This is one of over 40 ideas in our Sustainability Roadmap with Solutions to Climate Change, and part of our series on Living Sustainably.
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Eat Dirt book by Dr Josh Axe* - https://amzn.to/3qKRJUx
Organic aloe vera gel* - https://amzn.to/3ayJlOB
Organic essential oil* - https://amzn.to/30gquWV
Organic olive oil* - https://amzn.to/3BwsuYX
Organic coconut milk* - https://amzn.to/306FcQ2
Liquid castile soap* - https://amzn.to/3BLt993
Bamboo charcoal - https://charcoalpeople.co.uk/
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This was produced by me, James Walters, as a personal project to help stop climate change by inspiring others to grow, eat, and live sustainably.
Any advice given is the opinion of those involved and does not constitute medical, financial, or legal advice.
* We include links we think you will find useful. If you buy through those links, we may earn a small commission. It’s one way to support our work and to inspire as many people as possible.
Sustainability And Wine In Alentejo, S Portugal - Episode 1, an introduction As Part of the Climate Genn podcast, I am publishing concurrently with my normal interviews, a series within a series every week for the next 8 weeks called Sustainability & Wine in Alentejo, Portugal’s largest and most climate vulnerable region. This series is part of a larger project commissioned by the Wines of Alentejo Sustainability Programme with whom I have been collaborating for the past year.
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Alentejo Episodes to be released 1 per week for 8 weeks:
EP. 1 Sustainability & Wine in Alentejo An Introduction - Alentejo, a climate-vulnerable region
EP. 2 Dr Greg Jones - we need regional schemes that build into broader framework at a global level
EP. 3 Herdade do Mouchão, Iain Richardson - 600 mature cork oak trees a year lost, it was tragic!
EP. 4 Adega de Borba, Helena Ferriera - 1000 families depend on this business
EP. 5 Herdade do Esporão, João Roquette - Leaders In Portugal
EP. 6 Professor Kimberly Nicholas, Working With Nature
EP. 7 Herdade de Coelheiros, Luis Patrão - If we don’t adapt we are finished
EP. 8 Wines of Alentejo Sustainability Programme (WASP) João Barroso
Ep94: Julia Pyke "The Case for GW Nuclear" Julia is currently leading the introduction of private financing into new nuclear in the UK – Sizewell C is the path finder project. This involves working cooperatively with Government, with cross party MPs, trade unions, with industry and with the financial community. Julia has lead the development of a new vision for nuclear as ‘servant of the future energy system’  – nuclear working together with renewables and contributing to both the growth of a hydrogen economy and to the development of Direct Air Capture, as well as generating electricity for the National Grid.  Prior to joining EDF to develop the Sizewell C Project, Julia was Head of Power at Herbert Smith Freehills for the UK and Europe, and led a team advising on power projects of all technologies, and has worked on a range of infrastructure projects in transport and defence sectors, and in M&A. Julia led the team advising BEIS (then DTI) on the formation of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, and spent a year on secondment to the NDA.  Julia frequently appears in the media to talk about nuclear (Radio 4, local and national TV), on podcasts, and is in demand to speak at conferences. Julia has appeared in front of parliamentary committees (most recently the Bill Committee for the Nuclear Energy (Financing) Bill).  Additional to her role for Sizewell C, Julia is a non executive director of Newcleo (small nuclear) and an adviser to Hycap (financing hydrogen projects).
Ep95: Mindy Lubber "The Voice of Sustainable Capitalism" Mindy Lubber is the CEO and President of the sustainability nonprofit organization Ceres. She leads an all-women executive leadership team and more than 160 employees working to mobilize the most influential investors and companies to solve the world’s greatest sustainability challenges. She has been at the helm since 2003, and under her leadership, the organization and its powerful networks and global collaborations have grown significantly in size and influence.

Prior to Ceres, Lubber served as a Regional Administrator at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under former President Bill Clinton. She also founded Green Century Capital Management and served as the director of the Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group (MASSPIRG).

She has received numerous awards and recognitions for her leadership. In 2020, Lubber was awarded the United Nations ’Champions of the Earth’ Entrepreneurial Vision award. In the same year, Lubber made Barron’s Magazine’s list of the 100 most influential women in U.S. finance, and then again in 2021. She has also received the Climate Visionary Award from the Earth Day Network, William K. Reilly Award for Environmental Leadership from American University, and the Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship from the Skoll Foundation. She has been recognized by the United Nations and the Foundation for Social Change as one of the World’s Top Leaders of Change. In 2019, 2020, and 2021, Ceres was named a top 100 women-led businesses in Massachusetts by the Globe Magazine and Commonwealth Institute.
Rocky Mountain Adaptation: Adapting to Climate Change the Colorado Way In episode 166 of America Adapts, Doug Parsons hosts adaptation experts from Colorado. We learn how extreme storm events have been a major driver in adaptation planning in the state. Discover the most pressing climate impacts facing Colorado. We hear from the state climatologist about Colorado’s unique climate and what challenges it brings to adaptation planners. We also hear about on the ground examples of resilience planning from city and local governments.  Colorado is learning quickly how to upscale their post-disaster recovery efforts.  The epic 2013 floods were a catalyst for many of the resilience actions we see today in Colorado. Learn how that happened and how responding to these events has spurred adaptation innovation at the state level. Colorado has created a useful template on how other states can begin to comprehensively adapt to climate change. Colorado Experts in this episode: Anne Miller - Colorado Resiliency Office Director in the Colorado Office of Local Affairs Russ Schumacher - Colorado State Climatologist Maya Machamer – Co-founder and Director of the Boulder Watershed Collective Jim Webster - Wildfire Partners Program Coordinator for Boulder County Lori Hodges - Director Office of Emergency Management for Larimer County, Colorado Jessica Olson - Executive Director of the Left Hand Watershed Center Topics covered: Colorado Resiliency office can help with technical assistance and help with workshops if local communities request it. What was the Resilience Collaborative and what role did it play in establishing the Colorado Resiliency Office? What is the Wildlife Partners Program and how it empowers homeowners to make their homes more resilient to wildfires. Colorado is learning quickly how to upscale their post-disaster recovery efforts. How extreme events can be a catalyst for innovative adaptation planning. How Colorado institutionalized resilience into a statewide office. Learn how Boulder is being proactive with adaptation planning and how they get their local citizens involved. What is a “Wildfire ready watershed”? Learn from the state climatologist about Colorado’s unique climate and how they help local governments with critical climate data. We learn what ‘restoring the landscape to a future condition’ means. This episode was generously sponsored by the Genesee Mountain Foundation. Transcript of this episode available here. (Transcribed by computer so there are some errors). Donate to America Adapts Listen to America Adapts on your favorite app here! Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/americaadapts/ @usaadapts https://www.linkedin.com/in/doug-parsons-america-adapts/ @LHandWatershed https://www.facebook.com/LeftHandWatershedCenter https://www.facebook.com/boulderwatershedcollective @LarimerCounty https://www.facebook.com/LarimerCounty/ Donate to America Adapts Follow on Apple Podcasts Follow on Android Doug Parsons and Speaking Opportunities: If you are interested in having Doug speak at corporate and conference events, sharing his unique, expert perspective on adaptation in an entertaining and informative way, more information can be found here! Now on <a href="https://open
Why are climate scientists getting arrested? Dr Stuart Capstick discusses the upside and downside of direct action. In this ClimateGenn episode, I am speaking to climate psychologist and Deputy Director and theme lead for the Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformation (CAST Centre) Dr Stuart Capstick from Cardiff University about why scientists who research aspects of climate change are deciding to protest in public, and in some cases getting arrested.
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We discuss the role of scientists in society as a group that have for many years played a key role in informing policy - but what happens when policymakers are not listening and the consequences mean risking the lives and well beings of citizens, which of course, includes their own family and friends.
Stuart is a researcher looking at many aspects of civil disobedience and the publics response to it and has a lot to say that implies to me that more and more people with positions of authority are saying that is enough is enough - the risks to our own existence are now too high.
In the next episode I speak with Nuri Syed Corser from Fossil Free London, a group of activists specifically targeting the fossil fuel industry, their backers and enablers, by, for example, disrupting shareholder events and other tactics.
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Cleantech and Climate Change podcast - EV stock to watch (NASDAQ: $GOEV) - Walmart (NYSE: $WMT) to Purchase 4,500 Canoo Electric Delivery Ve Cleantech and Climate Change podcast - EV stock to watch (NASDAQ: $GOEV) - Walmart (NYSE: $WMT) to Purchase 4,500 Canoo Electric Delivery Vehicles
Interview with Dr. Ruth Shaber MD President of the Tara Health Foundation Tara Health Foundation promotes health, well-being, and opportunity for women and girls through innovative evidence-informed programs.
S4 Ep 13: Bad Activist w/ Tori Tsui The Coolest Show – brought to you by Hip Hop Caucus Think 100% PODCASTS – drops new episodes every Monday on environmental justice and how we solve the climate crisis. Listen and subscribe here or at TheCoolestShow.com! Follow @Think100Climate and @RevYearwood on Instagram, Twitter, and Instagram
S4 Ep: 14 Big Oil’s Last Lifeline w/ Tizzi Green Everyday, the oil, gas and petrochemical industry writes off Black, Brown and Indigenous communities as &#8216;sacrifice zones.&#8217; Big Oil’s Last Lifeline is Hip Hop Caucus’ three-part docu-series that takes us to the frontlines of the U.S.’ epicenters for petrochemical production: West Virginia, Houston, and along the Mississippi River in Louisiana. Writer and Director Takia “Tizzi” Green speaks with Rev Yearwood about the production of the films, the importance of Black creators telling their communities’ stories, and her pathway to artistry.
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The Coolest Show – brought to you by Hip Hop Caucus Think 100% PODCASTS – drops new episodes every Monday on environmental justice and how we solve the climate crisis. Listen and subscribe here or at TheCoolestShow.com! Follow @Think100Climate and @RevYearwood on Instagram, Twitter, and Instagram.
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Season 1, Episode 14: Climate Music Pt. 1 Panu's MusicIt has been said: “Where words leave off, music begins.” The climate emergency challenges us to find words for so many feelings: Loneliness and connection, pain and loss, endurance, dedication, creativity and joy. In this two-episode series, Panu and Thomas share personal music playlists based on a simple assignment: “Music and climate emotions.” Thomas and Panu discuss the important role music plays in their coping and wellbeing, and examples of climate change-focused musical endeavors. Panu begins with a selection of 15 tracks from a variety of artists. He notes “this playlist is an emotional journey. The atmospheres … are more important than the lyrics, but some tracks have also been selected because of their lyrics. The playlist does follow roughly a process of crisis. There are fluctuations of sorrow and anger, but also of hope and beauty—as in our lives amidst the ecological crisis.” Music is a universal emotional language. Listen along and let us know about the music that inspires you to express your climate feelings. LinksPanu’s Playlist Panu’s blog post about his playlistMusic Declares Emergency, United KingdomStorm Warning, FinlandKEXP, Seattle, Washington, USAA music video of Moby’s “Why does my heart feel so bad” (2021 version) directed & animated by Steve Cutts The Weather Station’s Tamara Lindeman on climate grief Bearing witness to some recent Spotify controversiesTranscriptTranscript edited for clarity and brevity. [music: “CC&H theme music”] Introduction voice: Welcome to Climate Change and Happiness, an international podcast that explores the personal side of climate change. Your feelings, what the crisis means to you, and how to cope and thrive. And now your hosts, Thomas Doherty and Panu Pihkala.Thomas Doherty: Well hello. I'm Thomas Doherty.Panu Pihkala: And I'm Panu Pihkala.Doherty: And welcome to Climate Change and Happiness. Our podcast. A show for people around the globe who are thinking deeply about the personal side of climate change. Particularly their emotional responses and their feelings. And today this is a special episode. I have looked forward to. Panu and I are both musicophiles, music lovers of various genres. And today we're working on some episodes that capture some music that we love that also channels some of our feelings and impressions about global climate change. And so we're going to get into this a little bit. Panu, I know we've chatted at length about music and what it means to us. But tell me some thoughts you have about this climate change and music idea.Pihkala: Yeah. Greetings everyone. And very glad to be talk
How to Make Body Wash Here we look at; Homemade Body Wash Making Equipment and Ingredients; The Different Types of Essential Oils; and How to Make Body Wash. This is one of over 40 ideas in our Sustainability Roadmap with Solutions to Climate Change, and part of our series on Living Sustainably.
Links mentioned:
Eat Dirt book by Dr Josh Axe* - https://amzn.to/3qKRJUx
Organic essential oils* - https://amzn.to/30gquWV
Bamboo charcoal - https://charcoalpeople.co.uk/
Liquid castile soap* - https://amzn.to/3BLt993
Vitamin E oil* - https://amzn.to/3lvSTQN
Organic jojoba oil* - https://amzn.to/2YAuMaI
How to Make Body Wash - https://www.naffordjunction.co.uk/blog/how-to-make-body-wash/

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* We include links we think you will find useful. If you buy through those links, we may earn a small commission. It’s one way to support our work and to inspire as many people as possible.
How to Make Soap Here we look at; How to Make Soap and The Soap Making Process. This is one of over 40 ideas in our Sustainability Roadmap with Solutions to Climate Change, and part of our series on Living Sustainably.

Links mentioned:
How to Make Soap - https://www.naffordjunction.co.uk/blog/how-to-make-soap/

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Production Notes
This was produced by me, James Walters, as a personal project to help stop climate change by inspiring others to grow, eat, and live sustainably.
Any advice given is the opinion of those involved and does not constitute medical, financial, or legal advice.
* We include links we think you will find useful. If you buy through those links, we may earn a small commission. It’s one way to support our work and to inspire as many people as possible.
Ep93: Prof. Roger Pielke Jr. "The Inconvenient Truth about Climate Science" Roger Pielke, Jr. has been on the faculty of the University of Colorado Boulder since 2001, where he teaches and writes on a diverse range of policy and governance issues related to science, technology, environment, innovation and sports. Roger is a professor in the  Environmental Studies Program. Roger is currently focusing his research on a NSF-sponsored, 16-country evaluation of science advice in the COVID-19 pandemic. Roger holds degrees in mathematics, public policy and political science, all from the University of Colorado. In 2012 Roger was awarded an honorary doctorate from Linköping University in Sweden and was also awarded the Public Service Award of the Geological Society of America. In 2006, Roger received the Eduard Brückner Prize in Munich, Germany in 2006 for outstanding achievement in interdisciplinary climate research. Roger has been a Distinguished Fellow of the Institute of Energy Economics, Japan since 2016. From 2019 he has served as a science and economics adviser to Environmental Progress. Roger was a Fellow of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences from 2001 to 2016. He served as a Senior Fellow of The Breakthrough Institute from 2008 to 2018. In 2007 Roger served as a James Martin Fellow at Oxford University’s Said Business School. Before joining the faculty of the University of Colorado, from 1993 to 2001 Roger was a Scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research. At the University of Colorado, Roger founded and directed both the Center for Science and Technology Policy Research and the Sports Governance Center. He also created and led the university’s Graduate Certificate Program in Science and Technology Policy, which has seen its graduates move on to faculty positions, Congressional staff, presidential political appointees and in positions in business and civil society. His books include Hurricanes: Their Nature and Impacts on Society (with R. Pielke Sr., 1997, John Wiley, full text free as PDF), Prediction: Science, Decision Making and the Future of Nature (with D. Sarewitz and R. Byerly, 2001, Island Press), The Honest Broker: Making Sense of Science in Policy and Politics published by Cambridge University Press (2007), The Climate Fix: What Scientists and Politicians Won’t Tell you About Global Warming (2010, Basic Books). Presidential Science Advisors: Reflections on Science, Policy and Politics (with R. Klein, 2011, Springer), and The Edge: The War Against Cheating and Corruption in the Cutthroat World of Elite Sports (Roaring Forties Press, 2016). His most recent book is The Rightful Place of Science: Disasters and Climate Change (2nd edition, 2018, Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes).
S4 Ep 12: We Shall Breathe w/ Brandi Williams The fossil fuel industry is dying out as we transition to clean energy and electric vehicles. But in order to hold on to dear life they are trying to make a big pivot to plastics as their new big business.
Petrochemicals are the building blocks for plastics, pesticides, clothing, digital devices, and other common products. They are made from oil and natural gas, and contaminate air, water and soil. Emissions from petrochemical production account for 10 to 15 percent of the U.S.’s climate pollution.
Join us at the We Shall Breathe Summit to learn from the leaders on the frontlines who are challenging the petrochemical industry and join the fight.
Interview with Dr. John Cooley Chief of Product of Nanoramic Laboratories Spun out of MIT, Nanoramic is the exclusive designer, manufacturer, and licensor of Neocarbonix electrodes for rechargeable li-ion batteries, li-ion capacitors, and supercapacitors.
What Can I Recycle Near Me? Here we look at; What Can I Recycle Near Me?; Is Plastic Recyclable?; and, Other Recycling Programmes. This is one of over 40 ideas in our Sustainability Roadmap with Solutions to Climate Change, and part of our series on Growing, Eating, and Living Sustainably.

Links mentioned:
Use Ecosia to search for ‘What does my council recycle’ - https://www.ecosia.org/search?q=what+does+my+council+recycle&addon=opensearch
Use Recycle Now’s recycling locator - https://www.recyclenow.com/local-recycling
Try TerraCycle’s Recycling Programmes - http://www.terracycle.co.uk/
Try Ecobricks Recycling Programme - https://www.ecobricks.org/
What Can I Recycle Near Me? - https://www.naffordjunction.co.uk/blog/what-can-i-recycle-near-me/

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Production Notes
This was produced by me, James Walters, as a personal project to help stop climate change by inspiring others to grow, eat, and live sustainably.
Any advice given is the opinion of those involved and does not constitute medical, financial, or legal advice.
* We include links we think you will find useful. If you buy through those links, we may earn a small commission. It’s one way to support our work and to inspire as many people as possible.
Right Voices: Rep. John Curtis (Utah) Rep. John R. Curtis represents Utah’s 3rd Congressional District. He spoke with C3 Solutions for the &quot;Right Voices&quot; interview series.Conservatives in Congress are gaining sway in the climate debate through their climate, energy, and conservation task force. The GOP climate plan is the culmination of years of hard work from policymakers who believe that limited government can lead to limited emissions. Rep. Curtis, who chairs the Conservative Climate Caucus and who has been leading in this space, is playing a major role in unveiling the task force’s policies. Recent Episodes:Rep. Bruce WestermanRep. Peter MeijerRep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks
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Season 1, Episode 13 | COVID Feelings – Looking Back at 2021In this new episode, Thomas and Panu look back to a discussion they had in October 2021 about coping with the COVID-19 pandemic and how this compares with coping with climate change. As you listen, reflect on your own experiences of COVID-19 pandemic in the midst of the larger climate crisis. Back in 2021, it was clear these overlapping problems had pushed us to extend our capacity to be with our feelings amidst extreme hardship and challenge — now Panu and Thomas have been touched by COVID personally. In hindsight, Panu’s COVID and climate research and Thomas’s coping strategies ring true. Their wide-ranging 2021 dialog touched on wise use of media and avoiding “cyberchondria,” calibrating our anxiety alarm systems, restoring ourselves in the face of “macro worries,” and the importance of gratitude and embodying “love in action.” A key take away, then as now: Some suppression of emotions is quite useful and healthy in the midst of a crisis. The challenge is to be conscious of this process, and to come back to our emotional expression when we have the opportunity —for this is where we learn and grow.LinksCould corona-anxiety lead to positive climate action? — an interview of Panu about coronavirus anxiety, eco-anxiety, and education (2020)Panu’s 2020 lecture video in English about “coronavirus anxiety” and climate anxiety From Thomas’ 2020 Blog: Coping with COVID-19: Where Your Feelings Go, Your Thoughts Will FollowOn the Role of Emotional SuppressionForthcoming books with introductions by Panu: Eco-Anxiety and Planetary Hope: Experiencing the Twin Disasters of Covid-19 and Climate Change (Springer, September 2022)Eco-Anxiety and Pandemic Distress: Psychological Perspectives on Resilience and Interconnectedness (Oxford, November 2022)A recent study of coping with climate change and COVID-19: “Investigating similarities and differences in individual reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic and the climate crisis”, Geiger et al. 2021, A recent opinion from David Wallace Wells on US pandemic spending: “What if We Had Spent the Money on Climate?”TranscriptTranscript edited for clarity and brevity. [music: “CC&H theme music”] Introduction voice: Welcome to Climate Change and Happiness, an international podcast that explores the personal side of climate change. Your feelings, what the crisis means to you, and how to cope and thrive. And now your hosts, Thomas Doherty and Panu Pihkala.2022 Prologue Thomas Doherty: Well, hi folks. This is Thomas. And I am sitting here speaking with Panu. It’s June 2022. And Panu and I have been listening to an episode that we recorded in October of 2021 on COVID. The COVID-19 pand
Ep92: Simon Morrish "650 Leagues of HVDC Under the Sea" Simon Morrish is the CEO and founder of Xlinks, CEO of Ground Control and Partner at Levitate Capital.Simon is a serial entrepreneur (he is the founder of amongst others, Xlinks, Future Motors and Skysports) who has invested in and worked with companies such as Excel IT, Solar Ventus, CQC, Survey Roofing and Litter Boss.  Simon started out at Morgan Stanley as a Derivatives Analyst, he then worked at McKinsey & Company. With his wife, he co-founded and directed How-Smart Ltd which was successfully sold to a larger competitor.Simon holds a Master’s degree with Distinction in Economics, Engineering and Management from Oxford University and a Master of Business Administration degree with Honors from Harvard Business School. Simon was a recipient of the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ award for Transformational Leadership in  2018  and was the recipient of the British Business Excellence Awards LDC Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2021.
Tech Voices: Frank Muller, CEO of Exlterra In this episode of Tech Voices, we speak with Exlterra Founder and CEO Frank Muller. Founded in 2013, the company has been awarded multiple patents and successfully installed our technologies on three continents. Muller co-founded Exlterra with US inventor Andrew Niemczyk. The company has grown quickly , combining their bold vision to implement and achieve major objectives. Recent episodes: TruckLabs CEO Daniel BurrowsTucker Perkins, President & CEO of PERCClay Sell, CEO of X-Energy
Making Sense of the IPCC Report and how the Media Succeeds (and fails) in Explaining It: Guest Dr. Katharine Mach In episode 165 of America Adapts, Doug Parsons hosts Dr. Katharine Mach. Katharine is a Professor at the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science and is a lead author for the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report. Katharine explains the process of drafting the report; how the media succeeds and fails at communicating the urgency of the report; Doug and Katharine also discuss a need to rethink the role and purpose of the IPCC report to help elevate the urgency of the message it’s sending. Katharine also explains a paper on “the concept of risk” she co-authored for the IPCC. In addition, we hear how the University of Miami is bringing adaptation and resilience into its curriculum. Topics covered: IPCC is a grand partnership between the governments of the world. How did the media do in reporting on the IPCC report? The IPCC has zero regulatory authority over sovereign nations. What does it mean to be a lead author for the IPCC. Many developing countries don’t have the climate data and experts that developed countries have. How can the IPCC be relevant to adaptation planners in the U.S. Who is the audience for the IPCC report and how do you communicate to different audiences. How can American policymakers make use of the IPCC report. Adaptation education at the University of Miami. Transcripts of this episode here. Donate to America Adapts Listen to America Adapts on your favorite app here! Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/americaadapts/ @usaadapts https://www.linkedin.com/in/doug-parsons-america-adapts/ https://twitter.com/katharine_mach https://www.linkedin.com/in/katharine-mach-a306ab19/ Donate to America Adapts Follow on Apple Podcasts Follow on Android Doug Parsons and Speaking Opportunities: If you are interested in having Doug speak at corporate and conference events, sharing his unique, expert perspective on adaptation in an entertaining and informative way, more information can be found here! Now on Spotify! List of Previous Guests on America Adapts Follow/listen to podcast on Apple Podcasts. Donate to America Adapts, we are now a tax deductible charitable organization! Links in episode: https://www.ipcc.ch/report/ar6/wg2/ https://www.nature.com/articles/s41558-021-01170-y https://people.miami.edu/profile/kmach@rsmas.miami.edu https://www.ipcc.ch/report/ar6/wg2/downloads/report/IPCC_AR6_WGII_SummaryForPolicymakers.pdf https://www.ipcc.ch/site/assets/uploads/2021/01/The-concept-of-risk-in-the-IPCC-Sixth-Assessment-Report.pdf https://ora.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid:da39e9af-530e-4645-8b71-a254562b9a2a Previous America Adapts highlighted in this episode: The Evolving Nature of Climate Fiction with Dr. Amy Brady <p
Interview with Lindsay McCormick CEO of Bite Bite is a maker of plastic-free, cruelty-free products on a mission to become the world’s most sustainable personal care company.
Sunny Morgan: Cancel the debt... take your knee off the neck of the Global South! In this ClimateGenn episode, I am speaking with Sunny Morgan in South Africa about the Debt for Climate Campaign that is calling for the global north to cancel the debts of the global south, which are both crippling the economies in developing nations and financing huge fossil fuel projects that we desperately need to get rid of.
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Sunny outlines how these institutions work with corporations to lock in hugely destructive projects that are destroying natural ecology, trashing the climate, and ruining people's lives.
This is a system of corruption that must be stopped as part of the just transition to a fairer and cleaner world. There simply is no place for what equates to a contemporary form of colonialism and the campaign will be making its case at the G7 meeting later this month in Germany and again at COP27 in Egypt in November. Check out their website at debtforclimate.org
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S4 Ep 11:Oil is War w/ Ayisha Siddiqa Ayisha Siddiqa, Pakistani-American environmental and human rights advocate, reflects on the state of the youth climate movement, the violence of fossil fuel industry, and being good ancestors.
The Coolest Show – brought to you by Hip Hop Caucus Think 100% PODCASTS – drops new episodes every Monday on environmental justice and how we solve the climate crisis. Listen and subscribe here or at TheCoolestShow.com! Follow @Think100Climate and @RevYearwood on Instagram, Twitter, and Instagram.
How to Switch from Washing Powder to Soapnuts Here we look at; What Are Soapnuts?; How to Use Soapnuts Instead of Washing Powder; and What Else Soapnuts Can Be Used For? This is one of over 40 ideas in our Sustainability Roadmap with Solutions to Climate Change, and part of our series on Living Sustainably.

Links mentioned:
Ecozone organic soapnuts* - https://amzn.to/30Eh1ce
Organic essential oil* - https://amzn.to/3uRFfdL
Eco friendly options from Ecozone* - https://amzn.to/3lqkhQt
Laundry Detergents Product Guide from Ethical Consumer - https://www.ethicalconsumer.org/home-garden/shopping-guide/ethical-laundry-detergents
How to Switch from Washing Powder to Soapnuts - https://www.naffordjunction.co.uk/blog/how-to-switch-from-washing-powder-to-soapnuts/

Where Next?
There’s so much inspiring information to give you ideas of how to help climate change by growing, eating, and living sustainably, you can:
Go to https://www.naffordjunction.co.uk
Read Our Articles
Subscribe to Our Podcast
Sign-Up to Our Free Email Newsletter
Join the #VoteWithOurMoney Campaign
Work Through the Sustainability Roadmap
Find Companies to Help You Grow, Eat, and Live Sustainably
Follow Nafford Junction on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube

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If you’re passionate about helping climate change, please consider supporting Nafford Junction, you can:
Become a Patron to Give Regular Contributions
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Create for Us and Publish Thought Provoking Content
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Support Nafford Junction at https://www.naffordjunction.co.uk/support

Production Notes
This was produced by me, James Walters, as a personal project to help stop climate change by inspiring others to grow, eat, and live sustainably.
Any advice given is the opinion of those involved and does not constitute medical, financial, or legal advice.
* We include links we think you will find useful. If you buy through those links, we may earn a small commission. It’s one way to support our work and to inspire as many people as possible.
Right Voices: Nick Loris on the Climate & Freedom Agenda On this special episode of Right Voices, we speak with C3 Solutions VP of Public Policy Nick Loris. We recently released our 2022 Climate and Freedom Agenda, which includes a set of energy, environment, and climate solutions that would work for all Americans. In the Agenda, we  offer policy recommendations to increase energy supplies, enhance innovation, build faster, expand natural climate solutions, and commit to research, development and deployment. Here, Nick speaks with C3 Solutions Co-Founder John Hart about the highlights included in the Agenda and why they are relevant to energy solutions now.  Listen in and let us know what you think!Recent Episodes: Tech Voices: Trucklabs CEO Daniel BurrowsRight Voices: Congressman Peter MeijerRight Voices: Congresswoman Mariannette Miller-Meeks
Right Voices: Rep. Bruce Westerman In this episode of Right Voices, C3 Solutions Co-Founder John Hart sat down with Rep. Bruce Westerman (R-AR.) His legislation is playing a central role in the House GOP’s climate rollout.Embracing a climate and energy agenda, especially before midterm elections, can be a politically dangerous move. Yet, for Westerman and many of his colleagues, offering solutions to counter big-government policies is crucial to solving the issue and is important to Americans.   Throughout the summer the House GOP will be rolling out an energy, climate, and conservation plan. Given the high cost of energy and the need to address climate change, it is essential for policymakers to advance solutions that address both.
Cleantech and Climate Change podcast - CEO of KULR Technology Group (NYSE: $KULR) Talks about thermal management and battery safety technolo Cleantech and Climate Change podcast - CEO of KULR Technology Group (NYSE: $KULR) Talks about thermal management and battery safety technologies
Ep91: Hannah Jones "Calling the Earthshots" Hannah Jones is the CEO of The Earthshot Prize, a prize and a platform founded by HRH Prince William and the Royal Foundation in 2020 to search, spotlight and scale solutions that can help repair and regenerate the planet in this decade.  Hannah Jones is a social and environmental advocate believing in the power of entrepreneurism, innovation and collaboration to affect systems change. She started her career in radio, at the BBC, before working as a social entrepreneur in a British Charity, founding and leading pan-European AIDS/HIV prevention and anti-racism campaigns across 100's of Radio stations. She then worked on the founding team of Microsoft’s philanthropy program in EMEA before joining Nike to help start their first Corporate Responsibility team in EMEA.  For 16 years, as Nike’s first Chief Sustainability Officer, working to the CEO and the Nike Board of Directors, Hannah helped lead the transformation of Nike’s labor rights and sustainability efforts, turning both functions into engines of business model innovation and industry change. Following that, Hannah founded Nike Valiant Labs, a venture to bring a culture of lean startup, human centered design & entrepreneurialism to Nike, housing a vibrant diverse culture of entrepreneurs delivering a growing portfolio of new disruptive digital businesses and offerings with purpose at their core.Named twice to Fast Company’s top 100 Creative People list, a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader, and winner of the C.K Prahalad 2013 award for leadership in Sustainability, Hannah has served on the board of the Method Soap & Ecover brands, was the co-chair and co-founder of We Mean Business, a coalition of progressive businesses working to influence climate policy, and has served on the boards and councils of Mercy Corps, the UNHCR Business Advisory Council and the Purpose Climate Lab. Today, Hannah is a non-executive director on the board of Oatly, a sustainability advisor to UCB, a global BioTech company, an advisor to the Queens Gambit, an all-female SPAC, a mentor with the Unreasonable Group, and a mentor to as many talented diverse future leaders as she can fit in.Further reading:https://earthshotprize.org/
Interview with Jereme Kent CEO of One Energy One Energy is a utility 2.0 company that is building the customer-centric power grid of the future.
Dr John B Cobb | Living Earth Movement to unite China and the US for climate and ecology In this ClimateGenn episode, I am speaking with the theologian, environmentalist and philosopher, and author of over 50 books, Dr John B Cobb, about his efforts to bring into being a Living Earth Movement.
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The Living Earth Movement asks us all to look at how we can reshape humanity to act as part of the ecosphere and not against it. A major part of John’s mission is to call on the US and China to stop competing and start working together as leaders in the change we need to end the destruction of our planet.
John implores all of us as individuals to think about the way we live and not take anything for granted, especially now that we are committed to devastating impacts from the ecological destruction we are bringing on ourselves.
The Living Earth Movement (livingearthmovement.eco) was founded in February, this year at the same time that John turned 97 years old, clearly demonstrating that it is never too late to take action to strive for a better world for all ecology.
Action and activism are hot topics at the moment and in the next episode I am speaking Sunny Morgan in South Africa about a new campaign called Cancel The Debt - a call from thousands of activists in the global south demanding the global north cancel the very debts that are preventing them rising out of poverty and accelerating a green transition.
Thank you for listening. Please subscribe and share on Youtube, or any major podcast channel. If you want to access episodes early, and gain access to unseen interviews, please consider becoming a member on Patreon where more climate emergency interviews and insights will be posted in the months to come.
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S4 EP 10: The Crown Belongs to Us w/ Niel Leadon Bahamian climate activist Niel Leadon speaks with Rev Yearwood about several Caribbean countries demanding reparations and severing ties with “The Crown”. They discuss how colorism is more of a problem in the Caribbean than racism and the solidarity between Black Americans and Caribbeans dealing with the movement for Black lives.
The Coolest Show – brought to you by Hip Hop Caucus Think 100% PODCASTS – drops new episodes every Monday on environmental justice and how we solve the climate crisis. Listen and subscribe here or at TheCoolestShow.com! Follow @Think100Climate and @RevYearwood on Instagram, Twitter, and Instagram.
S3E17: Black holes, climate change, & ... Christianity?—w/ Dr. Heino Falcke, astrophysicist "We humans are just specks of dust on a slightly bigger speck of dust in the immeasurable vastness of space. We can't cause stars to
explode, we don't set the wheels of galaxies spinning, and it is not we who span the vault of heaven above us. But we can marvel at the
universe and ask questions about it. We can have faith, hope, and love in this world-and this makes us stardust of a very special kind."
—Dr. Heino Falcke
We tend to think that science and spirituality are mutually exclusive. But for Dr. Heino Falcke, a belief in something bigger complements his understanding of the universe.
Dr. Falcke is a Professor of Astroparticle Physics and Radio Astronomy at Radboud University. He is also the author of Light in the Darkness: Black Holes, the Universe, and Us.
On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Dr. Falcke joins Ross and cohost and Nori advisor David Addison to discuss the origin of carbon molecules and describe what drew him to the study of black holes.
Dr. Falcke explains how he captured the first photograph of a black hole through the Event Horizon Telescope project, sharing what he learned from collaborating with 350 other astrophysicists on EHT and how we might apply those learnings to other global challenges like climate change.
Listen in to understand why the complex systems of the universe are inherently unpredictable and learn how Dr. Falcke bridges the gap between the scientific and the spiritual world.
Resources
Light in the Darkness: Black Holes, the Universe, and Us by Heino Falcke
Dr. Falcke on Twitter
Dr. Falcke on Instagram
Dr. Falcke on Facebook
Dr. Falcke’s Website
David Grinspoon
Reinhard Genzel
‘Viewing the Shadow of the Black Hole at the Galactic Center’ in The Astrophysical Journal
Press Conference Introducing the First Image of the Black Hole
‘First Image of a Black Hole Gets a Polarizing Update That Sheds Light on Magnetic Fields’ on Space.com
Peter Brannen on Reversing Climate Change EP087
Event Horizon Telescope Project
Johannes Kepler
Sir Isaac Newton
Contact
Contact: A Novel by Carl Sagan

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Avoid Plastic Pollution with Milk in Reusable Glass Bottles Here we look at; Plastic Pollution from Plastic Milk Bottles; (Re)Introducing the Milkman(or Woman); and Introducing Cotteswold Dairy Milk in Glass Bottles. This is one of over 40 ideas in our Sustainability Roadmap with Solutions to Climate Change, and part of our series on Eating Sustainably.

Links mentioned:
Cotteswold Dairy | Local Milk Delivery | England & Wales - https://www.cotteswold-dairy.co.uk/
Milk & More | Online Food Shopping | Food Shop Online - https://www.milkandmore.co.uk/
Avoid Plastic Pollution with Milk in Reusable Glass Bottles - https://www.naffordjunction.co.uk/blog/avoid-plastic-pollution-with-milk-in-reusable-glass-bottles/

Where Next?
There’s so much inspiring information to give you ideas of how to help climate change by growing, eating, and living sustainably, you can:
Go to https://www.naffordjunction.co.uk
Read Our Articles
Subscribe to Our Podcast
Sign-Up to Our Free Email Newsletter
Join the #VoteWithOurMoney Campaign
Work Through the Sustainability Roadmap
Find Companies to Help You Grow, Eat, and Live Sustainably
Follow Nafford Junction on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube

Help Us Inspire Others
If you’re passionate about helping climate change, please consider supporting Nafford Junction, you can:
Become a Patron to Give Regular Contributions
Buy Me a Coffee to Make a One-Off Contribution
Create for Us and Publish Thought Provoking Content
Become an Inspiring Leader and Advertise with Us
Support Nafford Junction at https://www.naffordjunction.co.uk/support

Production Notes
This was produced by me, James Walters, as a personal project to help stop climate change by inspiring others to grow, eat, and live sustainably.
Any advice given is the opinion of those involved and does not constitute medical, financial, or legal advice.
* We include links we think you will find useful. If you buy through those links, we may earn a small commission. It’s one way to support our work and to inspire as many people as possible.
Tech Voices: TruckLabs CEO Daniel Burrows In this episode of Tech Voices, we speak with TruckLabs CEO Daniel Burrows.  TruckLabs, started six years ago, is a trucking technology company that creates products to reduce the emissions of the trucking industry by increasing fuel efficiency. That saves consumers, drivers, and businesses money. Prior to launching TruckLabs, Burrows studied physics and climate modeling at Imperial College London, then made his way through different energy consulting and venture investing firms. It was during these experiences that Daniel decided to start TruckLabs, as he explains: “I decided that the solution to the climate challenge we face should come from the free market, from businesses doing well, making sustainable profits, but also looking after the environment we’re all living in.”Recent Episodes: Right Voices: Rep. Peter MeijerRight Voices: Rep. Mariannette Miller-MeeksRight Voices: Congressman Buddy Carter
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Season 1, Episode 12 | Eco-Anxiety in Finland and the Shouting ManIn this episode, Panu and Thomas are joined by Finnish therapists Sanni Saarimäki and Taneli Saari to discuss the Finnish “scene” around eco-anxiety and climate emotions. After discussing their own paths towards working with climate emotions, Sanni and Taneli introduce both the Finnish National Project and Tunne ry (an organization focusing on eco-emotions), whose work is apparently the first such project funded at a national level in the world. Together the four discuss the Shouting Man project as a unique and cathartic way to express climate emotions and also explore the role of therapy methods such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in a climate and environmental context. LinksTunne ryAbout the National Project in English and More widelyThe Shouting Man ProjectMIELI - Mental Health FinlandClimate Anxiety report by Panu (2019), published by MIELI Nyyti ry - Mental Wellbeing for StudentsAcceptance and Commitment TherapySeason 1, Episode 4: Acceptance, Commitment and Climate with Guest Karine St. JeanPrimal Scream Therapy - Dr. Arthur JanovEdvard Munch’s The ScreamIn Popular CultureFrom a Meteorological and Climate Perspective A Young Climate Activist’s Perspective on The Scream“The Waking Up Syndrome” essay (2008) by Sarah Edwards & Linda Buzzell TranscriptSeason 1, Episode 12: Eco-Anxiety in Finland and the Shouting ManTranscript edited for clarity and brevity. [music: “CC&H theme music”]Introduction voice: Welcome to Climate Change and Happiness (CC&H), an international podcast that explores the personal side of climate change. Your feelings, what the crisis means to you, and how to cope and thrive. And now, you
Season 1, Episode 9: Finding Meaning in “Generation Dread” with Guest Britt Wray












































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Season 1, Episode 9 | Finding Meaning in “Generation Dread” with Guest Britt Wray This episode is part two of Climate Change and Happiness’s series focusing on childbearing decisions in a time of climate disruption. Science journalist and Gen Dread creator Britt Wray joins Thomas and Panu. Britt describes her “long and winding road” through climate emotions, inspired by her own journey toward having a child. She and Panu reminisce about their earlier conversations about grief and survivorship when Britt was beginning her research. Britt notes her personal shift from “asking is it okay to have a child, to what's required to have a child today? How do we support children in this world?” Thomas noted how Britt’s public exploration of her parenting decisions through her Gen Dread newsletter has filled a void for prospective parents as therapists and mental health continue to become schooled in addressing climate concerns. Wray offers a look into her forthcoming book Generation Dread that compiles her insights about coping and meaning-making amid the climate crisis. Britt reminds us that making decisions about having a child, or not, does not mean that feelings about the climate crisis fade away, and she normalizes how we all can find ourselves toggling between “disaster mode” and quiet contemplation of the cosmos. Join us for a rich and intimate conversation. LinksGen Dread NewsletterGeneration Dread: Finding Purpose in an Age of Climate CrisisConversation between Dr. Jade Sasser and Dr. Britt WrayRobert J. Lifton - Survivor MissionGood Grief Network Emerging research on Matresence (the developmental process of becoming a mother) by Aurelie Athan and Allison DavisThomas Attig - Relearning the WorldTranscriptSeason 1, Episode 9: Finding Meaning in “Generation Dread” with Guest Britt Wray[music: “CC&H theme music”]Introduction voice: Welcome to Climate Change and Happiness (CC&H), an international podcast that explores the personal side of climate change. Your feelings, what the crisis means to you, and how to cope and thrive. And now, your hosts, Thomas Doherty and Panu Pihkala.Thomas Doherty: Hello, I'm Thomas Doherty. Panu Pihkala: And I am Panu Pihkala. Doherty: And welcome to Climate Change and Happiness. This is a podcast for people around the globe who are thinking and feeling deeply about climate change. The personal side of climate change. Particularly their emotional responses. And today we have a guest. Britt Wray: Hi, I'm Britt Wray.Pihkala: Warmly welcome, Britt. We are very glad that you found the time to come to talk with us. We have a certain history over the last couple of years. You and I have been talking about climate emotions and eco anxiety and other stuff several times. And it's been really exciting to follow both the development of your soon
Season 1, Episode 10: In Praise of Cynicism












































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Season 1, Episode 10 | In Praise of CynicismDark times for dark emotions. In this episode recorded near the end of 2021, Thomas and Panu open the door to the feeling of cynicism and its “friends” apathy, shame, melancholia, “learned helplessness” disillusionment, and misanthropy [dislike of humankind]. They discuss how to be compassionate to ourselves and accept these feelings as inevitable reactions during our current political and environmental crises. They explore cynicism as a way of being realistic about the world, as a protective feeling or style, and from a philosophical perspective as living well in difficult situations, eschewing the trappings of the world and seeking one’s own path of virtue. Thomas discusses how his misanthropy tends to be directed at unjust human systems rather than human nature. Panu highlights a number of thinkers and artists that offer ways to understand and work through our doubt and despair. Is it possible to discover a “post-cynical” position in our deep adaptation to climate change? What is the role of self-sacrifice as an option? Listen in and see what you feel and think. Note: This episode is a lead-in to a frank discussion of the actions of Wynn Bruce and David Buckel coming in Episode 11. LinksMieli maassa? : Ympäristötunteet, Panu Pihkala (in English, see the article on Taxonomy of Climate Emotions)Mika Waltari: The Egyptian Joanna Macy : Working Through Environmental DespairRenee Lertzman: Environmental Melancholia: Psychoanalytic dimensions of engagementKari Norgaard (on socialized denial of climate issues): Living in Denial Learned Helpless ResearchRessentimentNadine Andrews and Paul Hoggett: Facing up to Ecological Crisis: A Psychosocial Perspective from Climate PsychologyPentti Linkola: Can Life Prevail?Deep Adaptation / Dark MountainCCH Episodes with Jade Sasser
Season 1, Episode 11: Bearing Witness to the Acts of Wynn Bruce and David Buckel












































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Season 1, Episode 11 | Bearing Witness to the Acts of Wynn Bruce and David BuckelReflecting on the recent self-immolation of climate activist Wynn Bruce as a protest and call to action in the face of climate change, Thomas and Panu discuss the importance of bearing witness to emotionally difficult events. In the teaching of systems thinker, Joanna Macy, they acknowledge both the difficulty and value of staying open to the world even when it is painful and seemingly impossible. Inspired by the writings of Daniel Sherrell in his book Warmth, they reflect on the importance of not reducing all of our climate feelings “into their utility for the movement,” but rather allowing some to exist solely unto themselves. LinksComing Back to Life: Practices to Reconnect Our Lives, Our World, Joanna Macy & Molly Young Brown / The Work That ReconnectsWarmth, Daniel SherrellBrueghel Children’s GamesZen PeacemakersTerror Management Theory and Climate Change Viktor Frankl timelineWiley 2019 The Site of an Environmentalist’s Deadly Act of ProtestSchrimer 2021 Post-dramatic activism: “Whether it is the fleeting image of a better world or the stark illustration of a world in dire need of change, activist performance is about allowing, or forcing, its audience to bear witness to one particular vision of the world.”Talkoot is a Finnish expression for a gathering of friends and neighbors organized to accomplish a task. Among many visions of communal work worldwide.Panu’s suggestions of statements for therapists to use: “You know, this feels awful, but I want to stay with this with you.” “I don't exactly know how to react to this, except I'm convinced that life has meaning and should not be thrown away, even for as important a purpose as this.”TranscriptSeason 1, Episode 11: Bearing Witness to the Acts of Wynn Bruce and David BuckelTranscript edited for clarity and brevity. [music: “CC&H theme music”]Introduction voice: Welco
Ep89: Ion Yadigaroglu "Pioneering Impact Investor" Ion Yadigaroglu has been Managing Partner at Capricorn Investment Group since 2004, and is an early investor in iconic technology companies including Tesla, SpaceX, Planet, QuantumScape and Saildrone.  Capricorn was born from the desire to demonstrate the huge investment potential that resides in breakthrough commercial solutions to the world’s most pressing problems, and as such is one of the original impact investors.   Prior to Capricorn, Ion was Director of Business Development (M&A) with Koch Industries, executing a range of acquisitions and investments, and a Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Bivio, a software startup in Colorado, and an Analyst at Olsen & Associates, a quantitative forex trader.   Ion was a research fellow at Columbia University and holds a master’s in physics from ETH Zürich in Switzerland and a Ph.D. in Astrophysics from Stanford University. Ion serves on the boards of Twelve and Capricorn, and was a founding member in 2007 of GIIN, the Global Impact Investor Network, and is a Director of non-profits Ceres and MethaneSat.
Ep90: Robert Llewellyn "From Red Dwarf to Fully Charged Media Giant" Robert Llewellyn is the joint CEO of the Fully Charged Show.Robert Llewellyn is most commonly known for playing the role of Kryten for 30 years in the BBC hit series Red Dwarf. He hosted the Channel 4 series Scrapheap Challenge for 10 years, along with 8 series of How Do They Do It for Channel 5.More recently he has taken his career to YouTube with The Fully Charged Show, the series has over 870,000 subscribers and now receives an average of 4 million views a month.  On the Fully Charged Show Llewellyn and his co-hosts investigate the rapid development of electric vehicle technology and anything from solar panels to alternative energy sources.He is the author of seven fiction and eight non-fiction books, Llewellyn, who is of Anglo-Welsh ancestry, learnt to drive at age 11 (having been taught by his older brother in a go-kart); formerly a "petrol-head", he is now a widely acknowledged electric car and renewable energy/clean tech advocate and frequently presents talks on the subject.Further reading:  https://fullycharged.show/https://www.youtube.com/c/fullychargedshow
S4 Ep 6: Creating Community w/ Jordie Vasquez The Coolest Show – brought to you by Hip Hop Caucus Think 100% PODCASTS – drops new episodes every Monday on environmental justice and how we solve the climate crisis. Listen and subscribe here or at TheCoolestShow.com! Follow @Think100Climate and @RevYearwood on Instagram, Twitter, and Instagram.
S4 Ep 5: Movement Music w/ Dontay Wimberly Hip Hop Caucus defines “movement music” as songs that speak to the ills of society, incorporate calls to action, empower people, and/or connect to social movements. Art is a medium to reimagine systems and challenge the status quo. YBCL artist Dontay Wimberly speaks to Rev Yearwood about artivism, unlearning systems of oppression, and his new album “Rituals”.
Support: https://linktr.ee/wimboxiv
The Coolest Show – brought to you by Hip Hop Caucus Think 100% PODCASTS – drops new episodes every Monday on environmental justice and how we solve the climate crisis. Listen and subscribe here or at TheCoolestShow.com! Follow @Think100Climate and @RevYearwood on Instagram, Twitter, and Instagram.
S4 Ep 7: Black Stories Matter w/ Darel Scott Earth in Color is a Black-led creative studio ​​working to affirm and strengthen cultural, spiritual, physical, and ancestral connections to the natural world. Nature is not the oppressor, even though it has been used as a tool to oppress, marginalize, and harm. Darel Scott, founder of Earth in Color, speaks with Destiny Hodges about the importance of Black storytelling and cultural healing as pathways to solve the climate crisis and reconnect to the more than human world.
Support: https://earthincolor.co/
The Coolest Show – brought to you by Hip Hop Caucus Think 100% PODCASTS – drops new episodes every Monday on environmental justice and how we solve the climate crisis. Listen and subscribe here or at TheCoolestShow.com! Follow @Think100Climate and @RevYearwood on Instagram, Twitter, and Instagram.
S4 Ep 8: The New Lunch Counter w/ Dr. Bernice A King Dr. Bernice A King speaks with Rev Yearwood about the Kingian philosophy of nonviolence and compares the movement of today with the Civil Rights Movement.
The Coolest Show – brought to you by Hip Hop Caucus Think 100% PODCASTS – drops new episodes every Monday on environmental justice and how we solve the climate crisis. Listen and subscribe here or at TheCoolestShow.com! Follow @Think100Climate and @RevYearwood on Instagram, Twitter, and Instagram.
S4 Ep 9: Bustin’ Loose w/ Jerome Foster II The development and influence of the climate strike movement has led to the tokenization and tolerance of young people. After growing up through 9/11, the 2008 recession, mass shootings, Trump era politics, COVID-19, and more Generation Z has a radical mindset about solutions and are burning out due to a lack of change. Climate activist Jerome Foster II speaks to Rev Yearwood about imposter syndrome, fossil fuels as a threat to national security, and the White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council (WEJAC).
The Coolest Show – brought to you by Hip Hop Caucus Think 100% PODCASTS – drops new episodes every Monday on environmental justice and how we solve the climate crisis. Listen and subscribe here or at TheCoolestShow.com! Follow @Think100Climate and @RevYearwood on Instagram, Twitter, and Instagram.
S3E16: How to save vanishing foodways and why!—w/ Dan Saladino, author of Eating to Extinction The Green Revolution in the second half of the 20th century was seen as an important solution to the problem of malnutrition in the developing world at the time.
And while it may have succeeded in staving off hunger, the industrialization of agriculture created a whole new set of problems, chief among them a lack of diversity in our food system.
Why does this matter? What is the food monoculture costing us? And what can we do to bring back some of the diverse foodways we’ve lost along the way?
Dan Saladino is the renowned food journalist behind BBC Radio 4’s The Food Programme and author of Eating to Extinction: The World’s Rarest Foods and Why We Need to Save Them.
On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Dan joins Ross to explain why we so desperately need biodiversity in our food system, exploring why diverse foods may taste better, and could be better for us.
Dan walks us through several examples of rare foods discussed in his book and offers insight on the people working to revive old foodways.
Listen in to understand how the war in Ukraine is causing a food crisis and learn what we can do to create a system that is more resilient, more robust, and healthier—both for people and the planet.
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Eating to Extinction: The World’s Rarest Foods and Why We Need to Save Them by Dan Saladino
The Food Programme
Slow Food International
Ark of Taste
Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew Research
Stichelton Dairy
The Dark Matter of Nutrition
Vavilov Institute
UN World Food Programme
Consider the Axe: Food, Farming and the Wonders of Stonehenge on The Food Programme
Heritage Seed Library

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S3E12: The bleeding edge of regenerative agriculture—w/ Jesse Smith of White Buffalo Land Trust What is the gap between what farmers know now and what they need to know to farm more regeneratively? How do we close that gap?
What is the best way to advocate for the adoption of regenerative agriculture practices?
Jesse Smith is the Director of Land Stewardship at White Buffalo Land Trust, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to practicing, promoting and perfecting the principles and practices of regenerative ag.
On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Jesse joins Ross to explain how WBLT furthers regenerative ag through the development of products, training programs, and scientific research.
Jesse shares WBLT’s focus on teaching the integration of annual and perennial cropping with animal systems and offers advice on attracting young engineers, scientists, and creative artists to the regenerative ag space.
He goes on to discuss the benefit of ecosystem service payments, describing what he views as the unfair advantage producers have in regions with a higher potential for carbon sequestration and what markets like Nori can do about it.
Listen in for Jesse’s insight on using distributed ledger technology and blockchain to support regenerative ag and learn how you can support White Buffalo Land Trust and its consumer-facing brand, Figure Ate Foods.
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White Buffalo Land Trust
WBLT on Instagram
WBLT Training Programs
Figure Ate Foods
Roots of the Future II Event
Savory Institute
Kiss the Ground
The Biggest Little Farm
Leah Penniman on Reversing Climate Change S2EP57
Books by Bill Mollison
Rudolf Steiner
Center for Regenerative Agriculture at Jalama Canyon Ranch
California’s Healthy Soils Program
The NRCS EQIP Program
The NRCS Conservation Stewardship Program
USDA Local Food Promotion Program
Regen Network
How a Warming Climate Is Changing Wine on Reversing Climate Change S3EP10

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S3E13: Why genocide and war can follow an extreme weather event—w/ Scott Carney & Dr. Jason Miklian A long-term study of climate and conflict determined that in places with large populations and a history of political exclusion of ethnic groups, nearly one-third of the wars initiated in the last 40 years were preceded by a climate disaster.
So, what is the connection between climate emergencies and armed conflict? Why do climate disasters escalate political disputes? And what can we do about it?
Scott Carney is an investigative journalist, anthropologist, and New York Times bestselling author. Dr. Jason Miklian serves as a senior researcher at the Center for Development and the Environment at the University of Oslo. Together they are the authors of The Vortex: A True Story of History’s Deadliest Storm, an Unspeakable War, and Liberation.
On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Scott and Jason join Ross to discuss the geopolitical landscape of South Asia after World War II and explain how the 1970 Bhola Cyclone led to the genocide of 3 million people and triggered the Indo-Pakistani War.
Scott and Jason describe how the conflict between West Pakistan, East Pakistan (later, Bangladesh) and India played out geopolitically with the Cold War between the US and the Soviet Union and offer insight into President Nixon and Pakistani President Yahya Khan’s roles in furthering the Sino-Soviet split.
Listen in to understand why climate disasters serve as catalysts for war, what lessons we can learn from the fight for Bangladesh, and what we can do to prevent armed conflict in the wake of climate emergencies moving forward.
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The Vortex: A True Story of History’s Deadliest Storm, an Unspeakable War, and Liberation by Scott Carney and Jason Miklian
Scott Carney
Scott Carney on YouTube
Center for Development and the Environment at the University of Oslo
What Doesn’t Kill Us: How Freezing Water, Extreme Altitude, and Environmental Conditioning Will Renew Our Lost Evolutionary Strength by Scott Carney
Train to Pakistan by Khushwant Singh
George Kennan and Containment
The Sino-Soviet Split
‘Fortress India: Why Is Delhi Building a Berline Wall to Keep Out Its Bangladeshi Neighbors?’ in Foreign Policy
The Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson

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S3E14: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times—w/ Mónica Guzmán Mónica Guzmán has some difficult conversations with her parents. She’s a liberal Democrat, while her mom and dad voted enthusiastically for Trump both times.
So, how does she bridge the political divide and maintain a loving relationship with her parents, despite their differences of opinion?
And what can you and I do to develop intellectual curiosity and see difficult issues from different points of view?
Mónica is the Digital Director at Braver Angels , the nation’s largest nonprofit working to depolarize America. She is also the author of the new book, I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times.
On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Mónica joins Ross to discuss how she navigates the relationship with her conservative Republican parents, describing why it’s important to maintain connections with friends and family who don’t see things the way you do.
Mónica explains how condescension and curiosity are mutually exclusive, challenging us to begin conversations by believing that the other person’s perspective is valid and asking questions around how they came to their beliefs.
Listen in to understand how the more facets of an issue you see, the closer you are to the truth, and learn how to be open to influence or new information that might change your opinion.
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I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times by Monica Guzman
Braver Angels
Monica on Braver Angels
Monica’s Website

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S3E15: Will NFTs Go Carbon-Negative?—w/ Alexander Salnikov, cofounder of Rarible Many of the artists and creators who mint nonfungible tokens (NFTs) are concerned about the environmental impact of the blockchain.
But what if they could pair carbon removal with any given NFT to make it carbon-negative?
Alexander Salnikov is Cofounder and Chief Strategy Officer at Rarible: a multichain, community-centric NFT marketplace.
On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Alexander joins Ross and cohost Alexsandra Guerra, Nori’s Director of Corporate Development, to discuss the partnership between Nori and Rarible, describing how it affords Rarible users the opportunity to address their carbon footprint.
Alexander explains how NFTs function as an effective way to store assets on the blockchain, exploring the many different use cases for NFTs, and how having access to a community is attracting new users to the space.
Listen in for Alexander’s insight around the future of NFTs and learn how blockchain technology might be used to make all our systems more transparent, faster, and more efficient.
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Rarible
Rarible’s Partnership with Nori
Bored Ape Yacht Club
CryptoKitties
Aspen Ideas Climate Conference
Ready Player One
Retina Ghost: creator of the Nori Proof-of-Attendance NFTs from the Miami event
Nori Token Pre-Launch Carnival Recap
Jesse Smith on Reversing Climate Change S3EP12
Ross’s Nori Logo Graveyard NFT
Digital Gold: Bitcoin and the Inside Story of the Misfits and Millionaires Trying to Reinvent Money by Nathaniel Popper
Doodles
NFT.NYC
Art Basel
Imogen Heap on Reversing Climate Change S2EP72
Aragon Court

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Jason Box – What the Ice Can Tell Us About Climate Change Sometimes having good talks on climate change requires a good listener.  And we have one of the best in Professor Jason Box on the 5th episode of Planet A’s fourth season where Dan Jørgensen talks with the esteemed professor of glaciology about the state of the Greenland Ice Sheet and what it can tells us about the changing climate.Jason Box has been co-author of the latest three assessment reports from IPCC and co-wrote the decisive UN report ‘Climate Change 2007’ for which the team was co-awarded the Nobel Peace prize the same year. He has also participated in more than 30 expeditions in Greenland to study climate changes and monitor the development of the ice sheet. So what does the ice tell us? Listen for yourself in this episode of Planet A.
Chris Anderson - How to spread good ideas about Climate Change Solutions to climate change are ideas worth spreading. And that is what TED is all about. On the sixth episode of Planet A’s fourth season, the curator of TED, Chris Anderson, spreads his ideas on how to make a good talk and address climate change in a way that excites and motivates people.TED has been sharing big ideas on climate change for more than 15 years with prominent speakers like Al Gore, Bill Gates, and Prince William – as well as the host of this podcast, Dan Jørgensen.So how do we push transformative ideas for the green transition moving forward?Listen for yourself in this episode.You can find the TED talks referenced here:Al Gore: Averting the climate crisisDan Jørgensen: How wind energy could power Earth ... 18 times overTim Urban: Inside the mind of a procrastinator
Adapting to Chronic Flooding: Survivors' Stories and Actions they Take! In the latest episode of America Adapts, we are talking with citizen activists impacted by repeated flooding and what actions they are taking in response.  The podcast is joined by representatives from the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Anthropocene Alliance. We also talk to four citizen activists who have experienced flooding first hand and the steps they are taking to make their communities more resilient to future extreme events.  We share stories of citizen adapters and the advice they give others that are dealing with extreme events in their communities. We also hear some national level policy recommendations on how to help communities adapt to flooding conditions that will worsen as the climate warms. Get on the ground with flood survivors! Topics covered: Learn what it’s like to live with repeated flooding. How the Anthropocene Alliance helps citizens take action in response to flooding (and how you can benefit too). What role FEMA plays in flood response. What federal policy reforms are needed for NFIP (National Flood Insurance Program) The challenges of moving from home sites that are repeatedly flooded. How flood policies can exacerbate environmental justice problems. Guests in this Episode: Harriet Festing – Anthropocene Alliance, Executive Director and Co-Founder Amber Bismack - Residents Working Against Huron River Flooding, Director Jackie Jones – Resident Reidsville, Georgia Terri Straka – Resident, Rosewood Strong, South Carolina Gloria Horning – Resident Pensacola, Florida. Higher Ground. Rob Moore - Director, Water & Climate Team, Natural Resources Defense Council This episode was generously sponsored by the Natural Resources Defense Council. Donate to America Adapts Listen to America Adapts on your favorite app here! Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/americaadapts/ @usaadapts https://www.linkedin.com/in/doug-parsons-america-adapts/ https://twitter.com/AnthropoceneAL https://twitter.com/RobMooreNRDC https://twitter.com/NRDCAdapts_Rob https://twitter.com/tjw_tj Donate to America Adapts Follow on Apple Podcasts Follow on Android Doug Parsons and Speaking Opportunities: If you are interested in having Doug speak at corporate and conference events, sharing his unique, expert perspective on adaptation in an entertaining and informative way, more information can be found here! Now on Spotify! List of Previous Guests on America Adapts Follow/listen to podcast on Apple Podcasts. Donate to America Adapts, we are now a tax deductible charitable organization! Links in episode: https://anthropocenealliance.org/ https://www.nrdc.org/ https://residentsworkingagainsthuronriverflooding.org/ https://www.nrdc.org/experts/rob-moore <
Interview with Nick Dyner CEO of Moleaer Moleaer is a global leader in nanobubble technology with a mission to unlock the power of water to do more with less.
Interview with Emily Johannes Nestle USA and Lauren Brey FSF Emily Johannes, Head of Sustainable Sourcing for Nestlé USA and Lauren Brey, Managing Director of Farmers for Sustainable Food
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Climate Solutions Panel with We Dont Have Time and GA Drilling at Astor Perkins April 2022 Ingmar Rentzhog, CEO of We Don't Have Time Igor Kocis and CEO of GA Drilling.
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