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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.

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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Highlights: Agroecology and Climate Change with Dr Anika Molesworth Highlights from STEAM Powered's conversation with Dr Anika Molesworth, Farmer, Scientist, Storyteller, and related topics. STEAM Powered

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S5 Ep 3: Money Moves w/ Dr. Michael K Dorsey We have invited Dr. Michael Dorsey, a recognized expert on global energy, environment, finance and sustainability matters, and who sits on the board of B.O.S.S (Black Owners of Solar Services back to talk with us to dig a little deeper into the ongoing story of financial reckoning that is necessary to fight in this phase of the Climate Crisis.
On the heels of conversations about climate finance campaigning, climate finance regulation, the implementation and deployment of inflation reduction act funds for infrastructure, energy and environmental defense, we believe it is important to talk about …what it’s all for.

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.
Jojo Mehta, Ecocide: EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT PROPOSES INCLUDING “ECOCIDE” IN EU LAW In this ClimateGenn episode I am speaking with Jojo Mehta, Executive Director of Stop Ecocide International about the positive news that the European Parliament is proposing to include Ecocide in EU Law, an important development in the course to have this vital legislation enshrined in international law.

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For those that are not familiar with Ecocide it has this simple definition: Ecocide means unlawful or wanton acts, committed with knowledge that there is a substantial likelihood of severe and either widespread or longterm damage to the environment, being caused by those acts.

A law of Ecocide was first proposed by the late Polly Higgins and it is fantastic to see the progress the organisation is making in fulfilling its objectives. Outlawing environmental destruction is a critical part of how we as a species, reassess our relationship with nature, in the face of climate and ecological breakdown.

In the next episode I am speaking with David Spratt, Research Director, Breakthrough National Centre for Climate Restoration, in Australia about his new article on reclaiming the Climate Emergency.

Thanks for listening.
David Spratt: [Articulating And] Reclaiming the Climate Emergency That was Professor James Hansen speaking during an interview I recorded in Vienna at the European Geophysical Union Conference, in 2012. In this ClimateGenn episode I speak with David Spratt, Research Director, Breakthrough National Centre for Climate Restoration in Australia, about his recent article, ‘Reclaiming the Climate Emergency’ – the links to the article are in the notes.

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We discuss the origins, treatment and what next? Aspect of how do we reclaim and respond appropriately in a real Climate Emergency – much like the one we are irrefutably in.

I have also inserted a segment from this first interview with Professor Hansen in the interview with David, to better highlight how perilous the lack of action over the last decade has really been. 

Patreon and Youtube ‘Water Tier’ members can watch the whole unedited 26 minutes interview with Professor Hansen that I have just uploaded. Given the lack off any progress on tackling climate change, much of what Jim said in 2012 is entirely relevant today.

Thank you for listening. I am currently working on the interview and article with Professor Jingfang Fan at the University of Beijing and also Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research. We discuss his research on teleconnections between Earth system tipping points and the identification of possible cascade mechanisms.

Thank you.

Reclaiming 'climate emergency’”,  today published in English in the Slovenian journal Filozofski vestnik.

The article is also available at:
https://ojs.zrc-sazu.si/filozofski-vestnik/article/view/12054/11185

The whole issue is at:
https://ojs.zrc-sazu.si/filozofski-vestnik
Interview with David Fenton, Author of The Activist’s Media Handbook The Activist’s Media Handbook: Lessons from 50 Years as a Progressive Agitator.
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Wide Sargassum Sea (and carbon removal robots!)—w/ Seaweed Generation's Mike Allen & Patricia Estridge A massive amount of seaweed known as the Great Atlantic Sargassum Belt is growing as a response to climate change. To date, it has expanded to a width twice that of the United States.
When sargassum reaches the coast, it causes human health problems, destroys ecosystems, and wipes out tourism, usually in communities that don’t have the resources to combat the issue.
So, what can we do to prevent these destructive seaweed blobs from reaching coastal regions and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in the process?
Patricia Estridge and Mike Allen serve as CEO and Chief Science Officer, respectively, at Seaweed Generation, a startup using robotics and seaweed to fight climate change.  
On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Patricia and Mike join Ross, Siobhan, and Asa to explain how their technology, a Pac-Man meets Roomba meets WALL-E style robot, collects seaweed and sinks it in the deep sea.
Patricia and Mike discuss Seaweed Generation’s pilot project with Antigua, describing the advantage their process may have over other methods of carbon removal and how they’ve been received by the community there. 
Listen in for insight around the growing acceptance of open-systems pathways for carbon removal and learn how you can get involved in helping Seaweed Generation tackle the sargassum problem around the world.
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Resources
Seaweed Generation
Thanks a Ton
Carbon Removal Memes on Twitter
A Small Place by Jamaica Kincaid
‘Leveling the Playing Field for Open-System Carbon Removal’ by Dai Ellis & John Sanchez
‘Quantification Uncertainty and Discounting’ by Dai Ellis & John Sanchez
Patricia’s Interview with Mike on the Seaweed Generation Podcast
London Convention Protocol
The Ocean Cleanup



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S5 Ep 2: New World Water w/ Kymone Freeman Our guest today is Kymone Freeman, Activist, co-founder of We Act Radio, and author of Nineveh: A Conflict Over Water. Rev Yearwood and Kymone discuss the intersections between movement and the process of writing, the power of art and activism and protecting the water on the continent.
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.
The Activists Media Handbook with David Fenton David Fenton is the author of the new book The Activist’s Media Handbook: Lessons from 50 Years as a Progressive Agitator. David earned the moniker “the Robin Hood of Public Relations” from The National Journal for creating the first PR agency for social change organizations to adopt corporate PR tactics to win major victories for freedom, democracy, and the environment. Through his firm, Fenton, he has spear-headed history- making activism, including the campaigns to free Nelson Mandela and end apartheid in the late 1980s, the No-Nukes Concerts in 1979 with Bruce Springsteen, banning fracking, and legalizing mariuana. He's now working exclusively on bipartisan efforts to address the climate crisis, co-founding organizations like Families for a Future and Science Moms.



































































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Season 2, Episode 16: Our Emotional Attachment to Nature with Susan BodnarPanu and Thomas spoke with Susan Bodnar, a clinical psychologist who practices in New York City and does teaching and research at Columbia University’s Teachers College. The trio discussed Susan’s earlier pathfinding papers like “Wasted and Bombed; Clinical Enactments of a changing relationship to the Earth.” And also her current studies that link the concept of psychological attachment—long studied in terms of the dynamics of close human relationships—to people’s close connections with natural places. In a stimulating dialog, Susan described important ecological insights she gained observing bears in Alaska, and the social and media phenomena of Flaco the owl living newly wild in New York City. Of her current research, Susan recounted: And we started with the simplest of questions. “Think of a place, what does it mean to you?” And our first pass through the study, we were amazed at the similarity of the response. People were describing relationships… And then later, when asked, “What does it remind you of?” people said, “mother, father, mentor, best friend, sibling.” Those were the words that people used. “If this place were no longer here, how would you feel?” “Devastated.” …“what else devastates you?” I mean, we know right? The loss of someone you love.Join us for a validating discussion of emotional attachment to nature and “emotional biodiversity” that you can apply to your own life. And support us at our Patreon. LinksSusan BodnarBodnar, S. (2008) Wasted and Bombed; Clinical Enactments of a changing relationship to the Earth, Psychoanalytic Dialogues 18 484-513.Bodnar, S. at al. (2023). The Environment as an Object Relationship: A Two-Part StudyMichiko Kakutani (2023, March 3). Everyone Loves Flaco the Escaped Owl. But Why, Exactly? (See also this story on ethical concerns posed by Flaco’s freedom.)The Human Access Project Reclaiming connections with the Willamette RiverTranscriptTranscript edited for clarity and brevity. [music: “CC&H theme music”]Thomas Doherty: Well, hello, I'm Thomas Doherty. Panu Pihkala: And I am Panu Pihkala. Doherty: And welcome to Climate Change and Happiness. Our podcast, the show for people around the globe who are thinking and feeling deeply about the personal side of climate change and other environmental issues. So here, we focus on many things. But really, we try to come back to our emotions and our feelings and our personal experience and our coping. And we're really excited to have a guest with us today.Susan Bodnar: Hi, I'm Susan Bodnar. And I am a clinical psychologist in full time, private practice here in New York City. And I also am a faculty member at Teachers College, Columbia University, where in addition to teaching a class on psychology, climate, and development, I'm also running a research project on the human relationship to ecosystems.<p
S5 Ep 1: Producers Roundtable w/ Tamara Toles O’Laughlin, Destiny Hodges, & DeJuan Cross Season 5 of The Coolest Show begins with a conversation with our Host Rev. Yearwood and our producers Tamara Toles O’Laughlin, Destiny Hodges, and DeJuan Cross. The Cooles Show is bought to you by the Hip Hop Caucus – Think 100% Podcast
Right Voices: Todd Myers, Washington Policy Center In this episode of Right Voices, we speak with Todd Myers, environmental director at the Washington Policy Center.  In his new book Time to Think Small: How Nimble Environmental Technologies can Solve the Planet’s Biggest Problems, Myers makes the case for implementing smaller solutions to tackle our greatest environmental challenges. While it may seem counterintuitive to approach large problems like energy, conservation, and climate change with small solutions, starting small often leads to innovative breakthroughs. As Myers explains in his book, thinking small can be the most effective way to tackle huge problems: “Small is nimble. Small is the ally of creativity. Small can spread rapidly. There is a reason we say something is ‘going viral’ when it suddenly appears everywhere. Small moves fast. Small can do big things.” The release of this book comes at an especially important time in the energy and climate debate. Recent Episodes:Rep. Michael Cloud (Texas)Matt Welch, Conservative Texans for Energy InnovationRep. Nancy Mace (South Carolina)
Ep122: Sir Chris Llewellyn-Smith "Solving for Storage" This time on Cleaning Up, Michael hosts Professor Sir Chris Llewellyn Smith, one of the UK's greatest living physicists, for a fascinating and detailed dive into the UK's energy storage requirements as it moves towards a fully carbon-free grid. Sir Chris is Emeritus Professor of Physics at the University of Oxford, and a former Director-General of CERN. At CERN he steered the funding and commissioning of its Large Hadron Collider, and as a theoretical particle physicist, Sir Chris predicted the existence of the very particle – the Higgs Boson – that the Large Hadron Collider went on to help discover. Sir Chris is likely the only person ever to have been knighted for "services to particle physics." In the last few years Sir Chris has been busy leading a forthcoming Royal Society study on large-scale energy storage as part of the net-zero transition. He and Michael discuss the significance of storage to a newly configured, renewable grid, the likely cost of stored electricity, and the role of salt caverns in hosting hydrogen stores. Relevant Guest & Topic Links Sir Chris discussed the energy storage requirements of a net-zero UK at a virtual conference in March 2020. His slides are available here: https://www.era.ac.uk/write/MediaUploads/Other%20documents/Need_for_Storage_in_a_Net_0_World_Chris_Ll_S_23_3_20.pdf Discover more about Chris’ storied career here: https://www.physics.ox.ac.uk/our-people/llewellyn-smith Watch Episode 104 with Yanis Varoufakis here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLbm8fg08hcWatch Episode 115 with Jorgo Chatzimarkakis here: https://youtu.be/_NCiEhprSOcWatched Episode 116 with Tom Samson here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjThq8c3tT4Guest Bio Sir Chris Llewellyn Smith FRS is a quantum field theorist and Emeritus Professor of Physics at the University of Oxford. Chris was Director of Energy Research at Oxford from 2011 to 2017, Director of the UK's fusion programme (2003-2009), Provost and President of University College London (1998-2001), Director General of CERN (1994-1998) when the Large Hadron Collider was approved and construction started, and was the first Chairman of Oxford Physics (1987-1992).  Chris holds a BA in Physics with First Class Honours from the University of Oxford, as well as a D.Phil in Theoretical Physics. He holds honorary doctorates from universities in the UK, Spain, Canada and China. He was knighted in 2001 for “services to particle physics.” He is a Fellow of the Royal Society and was awarded their Royal Medal in 2015. Chris captained Oxford’s cross-country running team as an undergraduate in 1963. After completing his doctorate in 1967, Chris worked briefly in the Lebedev Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow.
So, why don’t authors take on climate fiction as a serialized genre like detective novels, zombie books or erotica?
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S3E38: Where are the campy cli-fi series? Why do we only have literary climate fiction?!—w/ Daniel Backer, author A lot of sci-fi writing focused on climate is high literary fiction, which means it’s filled with allusion and often difficult to understand.
So, why don’t authors take on climate fiction as a serialized genre like detective novels, zombie books or erotica?
Is there a way to make climate fiction more playful without making light of climate change as a global issue?
Daniel Backer is the novelist and literature educator behind Off the Wall Novels and the author of Abraham and Lionel Lancet and the Right Vibe.
On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Daniel joins Ross to explore postmodern and metamodern literature, explaining the postmodern idea that myths guide our decision-making but also make us human.
Daniel helps us make sense of Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49, discussing how it plays on the detective genre and why we find comfort in the familiarity of literary conventions.
Listen in for Daniel’s take on how literature, at its best, comes from a place of character and learn how a writer might personalize the problem of climate change.
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Resources
The Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson
The Road by Cormac McCarthy
Inherent Vice
The Illuminatus Trilogy by Robert Anton Wilson
V. by Thomas Pynchon
Jordan Peterson
On Truth and Lies in a Nonmoral Sense by Friedrich Nietzsche
David Foster Wallace
Mary Karr
The Crying of Lot 49 by Thomas Pynchon
The Offer
Books by William Vollmann
This War of Mine
Hamlet 2: The Creative Process



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Rainforest Concern Review Here we look at Rainforest Concern, their projects to protect threatened habitats, and ways that you can get involved. This is part of our series on Living Sustainably. Links and sources mentioned can be found at www.naffordjunction.co.uk/blog/rainforest-concern-review/

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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.
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Special Episode: SVB w Tamara Toles O’Laughlin, Marilyn Waite, Kristal Hansley, and Stephone Coward II The closure of Silicon Valley Bank on March 10 due to a bank run is not a signal of pending economic collapse or another financial crisis. The bank’s unique mix of tech start-up customers and venture-backed businesses led to a portfolio and circumstances that are exceptional for most banking institutions. This collapse was a failure of a system that continues to put the interests of Wall Street ahead of everyday people. While our communities carry concerns about health care, affordable housing, and safety in their neighborhoods, the last thing people need to worry about is their savings. As the Biden Administration has made clear, taxpayers are not responsible for paying for the bank’s mistakes and those responsible will be held accountable.
Marilyn Waite, director of the Climate Finance Fund, Kristal Hansley, founder & CEO of WeSolar, and Stephone Coward, economic justice, Justice Paid in Full campaigns director at the Hip Hop Caucus join us to discuss a vision for success for our communities and future generations.
This special episode is hosted by Tamara Toles O’Laughlin, a producer for The Coolest Show.
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.
Eradicating Single Use Plastic with Brad Liski Brad Liski is a social entrepreneur and the CEO of British Columbia-based Tru Earth, a global household cleaning product company focused on biodegradability and the elimination of waste. The company is one of several founded in his lifetime, but the first that inspires him to wake up every morning excited to make a difference.

Liski is a member of the Board of the Salish Sea Research & Education Society and is passionate about the environment and causing disruption for the betterment of the planet. He has also built a strong partnership between Tru Earth and the global conservation organization, Ocean Wise. Together, the two organizations have founded the American Shoreline Clean-up Program to encourage others to get involved in the fight to save the oceans and the planet.

In addition, Liski is a leader in positioning companies and brands for dynamic growth and profitable expansion; he has a long and verifiable record of success leading start-up, high growth, acquisition, merger and receivership operations.

Liski believes that the best thing we can do to save the planet is to educate young people. He lives out this passion as a mentor at Entrepreneurship @ University of British Columbia focusing on climate solutions.

Liski was recently named a Sustainability Leader by Canada’s Clean50 for 2022. As the leader in the Retail Product category, he has been recognized for making the most significant impact in helping Canada reach our climate targets. Other awards Liski and Tru Earth have received include B.C.’s CEO of the year, B.C.’s Top Exporter of the Year, and Best Eco-Friendly Household Product Company 2022.
eBikes Leading the Charge with Victoria Brunner Victoria Brunner is the co-founder of FATTE Bikes, the first ebike company to operate in Denver, and one of just a few ebike companies to actually build their ebikes in the U.S.A. Victoria and her partner Kenny learned early on that if ebikes are built overseas, they just aren't as well put together as when they do it themselves in their factory. By building their ebikes in the U.S.A, they are able offer more color options, better quality paint and assembly, more customization than anyone. This makes FattE-Bikes the most customizable ebike brand in the world. While they use premium globally-sourced ebike components, FATTE strives to source locally, create local jobs, and most importantly, provide industry-leading quality control and customer care.
But this technique is quite new when you consider that people have been preserving food through fermentation for at least 10,000 years.
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S3E37: Sandor Katz on Fermented Foods & Climate Change—w/ Sandor Ellix Katz, author of The Art of Fermentation For people living in affluent parts of the world in the 21st century, we are used to preserving food by way of refrigeration.
But this technique is quite new when you consider that people have been preserving food through fermentation for at least 10,000 years.
Our ancestors experimented with fermenting to make food more delicious, more easily digestible, and more stable for storage. And there are many reasons why you might want to learn the process yourself.
Sandor Ellix Katz is a well-known food writer and self-taught fermentation experimentalist. He is the author of several books, including The Art of Fermentation, Wild Fermentation, and The Revolution will Not Be Microwaved.
On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Sandor joins Ross to explore the practical benefits of fermentation and explain how our disconnection from food systems contributes to our destruction of the environment.
Sandor explains why it’s valuable to maintain the cultural wisdom around preserving food through fermentation and how our health might improve if we relied less on refrigeration and more on fermenting.
Listen in for Sandor’s insight on the tradeoffs between pure culture starters versus wild fermentation and learn how to take the first steps in learning fermentation—and why it’s easier than you think!
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Resources
Wild Fermentation
The Art of Fermentation: An In-Depth Exploration of Essential Concepts and Processes from Around the World by Sandor Ellix Katz
Fermentation As Metaphor by Sandor Ellix Katz
Wild Fermentation: The Flavor, Nutrition and Craft of Live-Culture Foods by Sandor Ellix Katz
Fermentation Journeys: Recipes, Techniques and Traditions from Around the World by Sandor Ellix Katz
The Revolution Will Not Be Microwaved: Inside America’s Underground Food Movements by Sandor Ellix Katz
Ed Yong
Lynn Margulis
Nicolas Appert



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Simon Stiell – On UNFCCC, the COP process and the Global Stocktake In this 2nd episode of the 6th season of Planet A Dan Jørgensen talks to the Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework on Climate Change, better known as UNFCCC, Simon Stiell.They discuss the unique role of the UNFCCC in the global fight against climate change. The challenges ahead on the critical work streams – mitigation, adaptation, finance as well as loss and damage – and why Simon Stiell likes to describe his own position as “Accountability Chief”.They also talk about the importance of the Global Stocktake coming up at this year's COP28, which enables countries and other stakeholders to see where they're collectively making progress toward meeting the goals of the Paris Agreement.UNFCCC is the United Nations entity tasked with supporting the global response to the threat of climate change and most known for organizing the yearly global climate conference, the COP. But the secretariat with a staff of roughly 450 located in Bonn works tirelessly all year to support governments and institutions building resilience to the inevitable impacts of climate change and helps scale up climate action at all levels and in all sectors of society, including cities, regions, businesses and investors.
Ep121: Prof. Rob Miller "Jet-Zero Hero" Michael’s guest for Episode 121 of Cleaning Up is Rob Miller, Professor of Aerothermal Engineering at the University of Cambridge and Director of the Whittle Laboratory. The Whittle Laboratory is conducting world-leading research in pursuit of making net-zero aviation a reality. With the aviation sector looking set to be one of the hardest to abate in the net-zero transition, Michael wanted to know whether electrification or hydrogen represents the best chance to keep the world flying in sustainable fashion. Also on the agenda were the complexities of producing – and defining – sustainable airline fuel, and the scale of the risk posed by aircraft contrails. Relevant Guest & Topic Links The Aviation Impact Accelerator (AIA) is helping map pathways to net zero aviation: https://whittle.eng.cam.ac.uk/aviation-impact-accelerator/ Explore the AIA’s Resource to Climate Comparison Evaluator (RECCE): https://recce.aiatools.org/ Read about the plans for the new Whittle Laboratory: https://whittle.eng.cam.ac.uk/new-whittle-laboratory/ King Charles toured the Whittle Laboratory in 2020: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjoY4y_qZAkGuest BioRob Miller is professor of aerothermal technology and director of the Whittle Laboratory at the University of Cambridge. He is also director of the Rolls-Royce Whittle University Technology Centre in Cambridge. Rob is a member of the UK Department for Transport’s Science Advisory Council, the FlyZero Design Advisory Group, and a fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. In 2014 he set up and led the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Gas Turbine Aerodynamics. He led the team that pioneered rapid technology development, the process of reducing research and development times in aerospace from years to months or weeks. In 2020 he set up the Aviation Impact Accelerator (AIA), an international expert group aiming to build an interactive whole-system simulator to accelerate the journey to climate-neutral aviation.Rob’s honours include the Royal Academy of Engineering President's Special Awards for Pandemic Service, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Thomas Hawksley Gold Medal, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Air Breathing Propulsion Award, the American Society of Engineers IGTI Best Paper Award (2019, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2010, 2008, 2007, 2005) and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers highest honour in the field, The Gas Turbine Award, four times (2019. 2015, 2014, 2010).
Interview with Nick Engelfried, Author of Movement Makers Author of Movement Makers: How Young Activists Upended the Politics of Climate Change.
Tech Voices: Enginuity CEO Jacques Beaudry-Losique In this episode of Tech Voices, C3 Solutions' Co-Founder John Hart speaks with Enginuity CEO Jacques Beaudry-Losique. Virginia-based Enginuity Power Systems develops advanced appliances and hybrid generators. Beaudry-Losique has been in the energy and climate space for years. He worked at the Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy under the Bush and Obama administrations, before becoming the CEO of Enginuity Power Systems in 2019. The company is looking to create a system that addresses the trifecta of home heating: cost, reliability, and efficiency. With its flagship product, the E|ONE™, Enginuity believes that it has created an appliance that reduces heating costs for consumers, is reliable, and is incredibly efficient. Recent Episodes: Hugh Aljoe, Nvelyoble Research InstituteJohn Shively, Pebble Mines Company Eddy Badrina, CEO of Eden Green






























































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Season 2, Episode 15: A Primer On Coping With The East Palestine EventThomas looked back on his psychological research into technological disasters to help explain why the recent train derailment and chemical disaster in East Palestine, Ohio was so traumatic for that community and so unsettling for observers from afar. These kinds of chemical disasters—with their ominous dark clouds, fearful citizenry, and fish dying in local streams—are very hard to cope with due to their uncertain long-term health risks. These events also tend to divide communities due to issues of human negligence and injustice, as poor and marginalized communities are often unfairly placed in harm’s way. Panu and Thomas showed how the train disaster is a variation of the larger issue of eco-anxiety about chemicals and toxins that besets people worldwide. To understand how the East Palestine event affects our emotions and feelings, it is first necessary to honor some of our basic environmental values (self-protection, concern for others less fortunate, and duty to protect vulnerable species). Listen in to the conversation and find support and connection. LinksNew York Times (Feb 14, 2023) Health and Environmental Fears Remain After Ohio Derailment and Inferno USA Today (Feb 24, 2023), East Palestine train derailment killed more than 43,000 fish and animals, officials sayAs Rail Executives Grow Richer, Train Derailments Have Become CommonplaceUniversity of Florida: Impacts of Technological Disasters Fact SheetResearch on Kärkölä chlorophenol incident in Finland, and 2008 Longitudinal follow-up studyTranscriptTranscript edited for clarity and brevity. [music: “CC&H theme music”]Thomas Doherty: Hello, I am Thomas Doherty.Panu Pihkala: And I am Panu Pihkala. Doherty: And welcome to Climate Change and Happiness. Our podcast. A show for people around the globe who are thinking and feeling deeply about the personal side of climate change. And in this podcast, we focus on climate emotions, our climate feelings. And by extension, our coping and how we get through the day. And you can support us at our Patreon. And you can always find us and all of our past episodes of climatechangeandhappiness.com.Pihkala: Yes. And today, we are also going to speak about climate change – even though we are starting from quite a concrete thing. Namely, trains and what can happen with them. It was just minor news in Finland, but Thomas, you told me about this train disaster in East Palestine in Ohio in the US. And that was quite something when I took a more explicit look at the link you sent me. So what's going on there, Thomas?Doherty: Well, thanks for asking Panu. Yeah, this is an issue that's, I think, getting more press in the United States because of all the different complexities of it. And I think it's great. It's not a fun topic to get into. It's a really messy topic. But I think in terms of our goals with this podcast of thinking about how we can actually have happiness and wellbeing in this era of climate chang
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Italys Creeping Disaster – crossing the drought threshold Discussing the critical drought situation in Europe with a focus on Italy. Visit https://genn.cc for more information. View more in the water series by backing this channel on Patreon or by becoming a Youtube member.
Quote by Dr Francesco Avanzi:
“Droughts are often called the creeping disaster because at the very beginning, you don't realise that it's coming up. And when you realise that it's often too late. And in that the dynamic is somehow similar to how the COVID pandemic played out in the early months. That awareness came when somehow it was already too late.”
“what we also see is a shift towards earlier snow seasons. So a later start, earlier melt out date. There are data from some colleagues of ours from CIMA, that have just showed that the duration of the snow season right now is unprecedented over the last 600 years in the Alps. So that's also part of the problem. So this means that, on the one hand, we have to cope with less water from snow, coming earlier than usual during spring. This means that we will have to rethink, to some extent, some of our practice in terms of where and when we store water, and when and how we use it. Last year gave us already quite a lot of lessons and I think to some extent it raised our awareness of changes that are happening. We will have to continue that adaptation and mitigation.”
Nick Breeze: This reminds us, as Francesco said at the outset, that drought is a creeping disaster. The water is stored as snow in the mountains. It runs down into rivers, into the soils and is stored beneath as groundwater. It is a mechanism that we regard as an infinite cycle. Human made climate change is interrupting the cycle by erasing the source of the water.
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“…snow that is not accumulating in a mountain during winter is water that we are not going to have during summer. That's when we need water the most for agriculture, for freshwater supply, and that translated into significant streamflow deficit…
“Groundwater is a savings account. We can take from that to cope with a single dry year. But then when we look at several dry years in a row, that reserve may dry up.”
Why Climate Journalism Matters: An Inside Look at a Vital and Challenging Beat with Eric Roston of Bloomberg News In episode 181 of America Adapts, Doug Parsons hosts Eric Roston, the Sustainability Editor at Bloomberg News (that covers the climate beat!).  We explore the world of climate journalism and the challenges that reporters face when covering this complex and ever-changing topic. From the difficulty of reporting on emerging science to the tough decisions that newsrooms make about which climate issues to focus on, Eric and I discuss some of the biggest questions facing climate journalists today. We'll also examine the thorny issue of covering climate leaders, such as the Greta Thunberg. Eric also shares insights and motivations to understand what it's like to be a climate journalist. Additionally, we'll explore the need for expanded climate newsrooms and whether this effort will stick in the long run. Join us on this fascinating journey into the world of climate reporting. Topics covered: ·         How do newsrooms decide what climate issues to focus on. ·         Should climate modeling be regulated? ·         Covering climate leaders and the Greta Thunberg conundrum. ·         Journalists use of science and staying up to date on it. ·         What motivates a climate journalist. ·         Newsrooms are expanding their climate staff: will it continue? Subscribe to the America Adapts newsletter 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/eroston https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericroston/ https://twitter.com/business Links in this episode:http://www.ericroston.com/bio/ https://www.bloomberg.com/authors/AQdgGkZhizQ/eric-roston Previous America Adapts Episodes Referenced in this Episode Ep. 121: Hazard Mitigation meets Climate adaptation with Dr. Andrew Rumbach Ep. 159:  The Federal Reserve Bank and Climate-Related Risks with Dr. Elizabeth Mattiuzzi 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! Fede
Interview with Brennan Spellacy, CEO of Patch Patch is a platform that powers climate action.
The Climate Tech Revolution with Andrea Zanon Andrea is Founder of Confidente and Empower Capital. With 25 years of entrepreneurship, operations, sustainability and technology experience, Andrea brings a hands-on approach to partnering with investors, corporate boards, management, to create accelerated returns, resilient investment, and market leadership. Andrea Specializes in Resilience, Investment Promotion, and Women Entrepreneurship. Andrea was the Risk Management Coordinator for the World Bank in the Middle East for 8 years. Andrea continues to advise International Financial Institutions, and entrepreneurs on clean tech, sustainability, impact investments. Andrea is a Science and Foreign Policy Graduate from Georgetown University and has a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and Foreign Languages from Bologna University.
Ep120: Ana Hajduka "Enabling Africa's Green Energy Revolution" Today on Cleaning Up, Michael's guest is CEO and Founder of Africa GreenCo, Ana Hajduka. Africa GreenCo provide a trading operation and guarantee scheme for power producers in Sub-Saharan Africa to enable and sustain renewable energy investment and development in the region. This episode coincided with International Women's Day, so as well as outlining Africa GreenCo's ambitions to promote renewable energy supply in Africa, Ana ended with some truly fascinating insights into what it takes to be a successful woman in the climate space.Relevant Guest & Topic Links Learn more about Africa GreenCo’s mission here: https://africagreenco.com/ Sustainable development in Africa was discussed recently in Cleaning Up Episode 118 with Achim Steiner: https://www.cleaningup.live/ep118-achim-steiner-sustaining-development/ Bridging the energy gap in Africa was one of the topics discussed in Cleaning Up Episode 62 with Damilola Ogunbiyi: https://www.cleaningup.live/ep62-damilola-ogunbiyi-energy-the-red-thread-through-the-sdgs/ Guest Bio Ana is qualified as a lawyer in both England & Wales and the State of New York and is an infrastructure and energy professional. Ana trained with Allen & Overy LLP and went on to work for Fulbright & Jaworski LLP and Trinity International LLP, advising on a diverse range of projects within the energy sector, predominately in Sub-Saharan Africa. Ana was involved in a number of renewable energy projects across sub-Saharan Africa and is an African IPP project finance and PPA risk allocation specialist. In March 2015, Ana was appointed by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) as the Team Leader responsible for a Project Team in charge of developing international renewable energy PPP standards as part of the Sustainable Energy for All agenda. Ana holds a degree in Law from University College London, studied for an LPC at the University of Oxford and holds an MSc in International History and International Relations from the London School of Economics.
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Financial Innovation within Carbon Removal (& EHR!)—w/ Peter Olivier, Head of New Markets at UNDO In the last five years, an enormous amount of effort has been put into technical and scientific innovation around carbon removal.
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How can we create more opportunities to finance carbon removal at scale? And what does innovation look like in carbon removal markets?
Peter Olivier is Head of New Markets at UNDO, a company that uses enhanced rock weathering to achieve carbon removal at scale.
On this bonus episode of Reversing Climate Change, Peter joins Ross and Siobhan to describe the UNDO process, discussing the source of the rock UNDO uses, and why they partner with farmers to spread crushed rock on cropland.
Peter shares his take on the forward contract basis of the CDR market, exploring ‘the uncomfortably large amounts of money’ we need to scale and how we might make CDR forwards contracts more fungible.
Listen in for Peter’s insight on innovating CDR markets through donor-advised funds and find out how we might be able to influence the future by creating opportunities to finance carbon removal at scale!
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Interview with Tucker Perkins, President & CEO of the Propane Education & Research Council The Propane Education & Research Council is a nonprofit that provides leading propane safety and training programs and invests in R&D of new propane-powered technologies.






























































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Season 2, Episode 14: Emotions and Climate Adaptation with Susi MoserThomas and Panu were pleased to connect with geographer and climate change communications expert Susanne “Susi” Moser, whose path finding publications such as 2007’s Creating a Climate for Change set the stage for much of the current psychology and social science of climate change. Susi shared her own climate journey as a young earth science researcher charting her own emotional responses to the reality of climate change, and how she found allies in the work of ecopsychology activists like Joanna Macy, and ongoing challenges for working scientists to cope with the emotional side of their work. Susi described her mission providing positive visions for change for engineers and planners in the scientific and technical community – climate adaptation professionals whose day jobs are to “look the apocalypse in the face every single day.” Join us for an inspiring conversation on finding new meaning and a larger frame.“When you think about the scientific or technical professions, it is very uncommon to bring in emotion, your whole selves into the conversation, into your work, right? We're supposed to be, you know, heads on a stick. But that's just not who we are. And, in fact … all the conversation we've had in recent years about storytelling is all about that, right? It is actually about re-embodying ourselves into a larger fabric of who we are as people. What our identity is. How it changes through the experiences we have in life. And how it is held in the community.” LinksSusanne MoserCreating a Climate for ChangeSuccessful Adaptation to Climate ChangeThe Emotional Toll of Climate Change on Science ProfessionalsStephanie Kaza (Ed.) A Wild Love for the World: Joanna Macy and the Work of Our Time“Once You Know” documentaryTranscriptTranscript edited for clarity and brevity. [music: “CC&H theme music”]Thomas Doherty: Well, hello, I'm Thomas Doherty. Panu Pihkala: And I am Panu Pihkala. Doherty: And welcome to Climate Change and Happiness. Our podcast. The show for people around the globe who are thinking and feeling deeply about this personal side of climate change. Particularly their emotional responses. And how they make sens

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Ep 119: Dr Aneeqa Khan "Fusion Energy: The Materials Challenge" This week on Cleaning Up, Michael welcomes Dr Aneeqa Khan, Manchester-ISIS Neutron and Muon Source Research Fellow in Nuclear Fusion.Aneeqa had insights to offer on the significance of the recent fusion breakthrough at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, some of the challenges facing nuclear scientists and engineers, and the race to bring a raft of fusion technologies to commercialisation and grid integration.Links and Related Episodes:Dr. Khan spoke to the New Statesman about fusion and the climate: https://www.newstatesman.com/spotlight/climate-energy-nature/2022/12/when-nuclear-fusion-produce-enough-powerDiscover Cleaning Up’s Nuclear playlist on YouTube, including Episode 29 with Steven Chu: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLe8ZTD7dMaaBcbo3W_zva0ChNZ9R9rL-UDr. Khan’s recent research output can be found here: https://research.manchester.ac.uk/en/persons/aneeqa.khan#:~:text=Aneeqa%20Khan%20is%20a%20research,khan%40manchester.ac.ukLearn about Helion’s plasma accelerator: https://www.helionenergy.com/our-technology/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bDXXWQxK38Cleaning Up Episode 114 featured James DeMuth, CEO of Seurat Technologies:https://www.cleaningup.live/ep114-james-demuth-disrupting-manufacturing-with-laser-printing/Guest BioDr Khan has been Manchester-ISIS Neutron and Muon Source Research Fellow in Nuclear Fusion at the University of Manchester since 2019. Previously, she’s held postdoctoral positions at the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics in Garching, Germany, and at ITER Organization in Saint-Paul-lès-Durance, France.Dr Khan holds a BEng in Mechanical Engineering and a Ph.D. in nuclear engineering from the University of Manchester. Dr Khan’s areas of research interest include material deposition, irradiation effects and fuel retention.
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Climate Equity Growing Pains, Adaptation Research and Why Universities Struggle to Offer Resilience Programs with Dr. Eric Chu of UC Davis In episode 180 of America Adapts, Doug Parsons hosts Dr. Eric Chu. Eric shares the challenges of integrating climate curricula into universities and the functions of the UC Davis Climate Adaptation Research Center. We also discuss the importance of working with university students to determine their professional adaptation work needs. We take a closer look at Chapter 12 of the National Climate Assessment (NCA) and discuss why it isn't used more frequently by adaptation professionals. Furthermore, we explore the NCA's efforts to avoid replicating the IPCC report process. We discuss the growing pains that climate equity is going through as Eric highlights the need to define an idealized climate equity goal before we can realistically accomplish it. We also discuss the emptiness of much of the rhetoric surrounding climate equity discussions. Finally, we touch on the fact that adaptation research typically lags behind adaptation practice. Topics Covered:  Challenges of bringing climate curricula into a university system. UC Davis’ Climate Adaptation Research Center functions. Working with University students to help them determine their professional adaptation work needs. Chapter 12 of the National Climate Assessment and why isn’t it used more by adaptation professionals? NCA trying not to replicate the IPCC report process (by being too wordy). Need to define an idealized climate equity goal before we can realistically accomplish it. A lot of climate equity is empty rhetoric. Well intentioned practitioners have no clue what they want. The superficial nature of climate equity discussions. Adaptation research typically is two steps behind adaptation practice Check out the America Adapts Media Kit here! Subscribe to the America Adapts newsletter here. Battelle Information Innovations in Climate Resilience Conference https://www.battelle.org/conferences/conference-on-innovations-in-climate-resilience General email is [email protected] inquiry contact is TR Massey [email protected] ·         ICR23 Call for Abstracts: Download here ·         ICR22 On-Demand: Access all proceedings, presentations, videos, and photos 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/ucdavis https://twitter.com/UCDClimateAdapt Links in this episode: https://climateadaptation.ucdavis.edu/ https://humanecology.ucdavis.edu/people/eric-chu Previous America Adapts Episodes Referenced in this Episode Ep. 143: The Majestic Sky Isl
Interview with Jeremy Rifkin, Author, Economic & Social Theorist & Activist Jeremy Rifkin, a bestselling author of 22 books translated into 35 languages.
Helen Thompson – On the Geopolitics of Energy In this 1st episode of the new 6th season of Planet A, Dan Jørgensen talks to Helen Thompson, Professor of Political Economy at Cambridge University, about the geopolitics of fossil fuels and how the green energy transition affects the world order.Thompson´s current research concentrates on the political economy of energy and the democratic, economic, and geopolitical disruptions of the twenty-first century.She is also well known for co-hosting the highly acclaimed podcast Talking Politics.Her most recent book Disorder – Hard Times in the 21st Century was published on year ago – on the 24th of February 2022 – the same day Russia invaded Ukraine.The book which weaves together energy and geopolitics in a historic perspective couldn’t have had a more timely launch.Thompson’s book has received glowing reviews and was shortlisted by the Financial Times for Best Business Book of the year 2022.The book portrays an increasing instability of the global political system today and the ramifications of the current attempt to transition to clean energy worldwide.
Ep118: Achim Steiner "Sustaining Development" This week on Cleaning Up, Michael welcomes Achim Steiner, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme and co-chair of UN Energy. Michael had questions for Steiner on UNDP’s roster of initiatives, balancing climate priorities with development goals, and how to clear a path to financing billions of dollars of clean infrastructure in the midst of a global energy crisis.Like, share and subscribe to Cleaning Up for more essential conversations around the net zero transition. Links and Related Episodes: Learn more about UNDP: https://www.undp.org/energyOver 120 countries are part of UNDP’s Climate Promise: https://climatepromise.undp.org/Discover UNDP’s Sustainable Finance Hub: https://sdgfinance.undp.org/Many of the episodes mentioned can be found in our ‘United Nations’ playlist on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gvl91lgPsUg&list=PLe8ZTD7dMaaDVAOrAyAwuMKrmq3G9ih75Watch Episode 98 with Bill McKibben: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7W9uR6eTe94Watch Episode 59 with Alain Ebobissé: https://www.cleaningup.live/ep-59-alain-ebobisse-meeting-africas-infrastructure-needs/Guest BioAchim Steiner became Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme in 2017, and is also the Vice-Chair of the UN Sustainable Development Group. Steiner has been a global leader on sustainable development, climate resilience and international cooperation for nearly three decades.Prior to joining UNDP, he was Director of the Oxford Martin School and Professorial Fellow of Balliol College, University of Oxford. He led the United Nations Environment Programme (2006-2016), and was Director-General of the United Nations Office at Nairobi. Steiner previously held positions including Director General of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, and Secretary General of the World Commission on Dams.Steiner graduated in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (MA) from Worcester College, Oxford University, and holds an MA from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS).
Right Voices: Rep. Michael Cloud In this episode of "Right Voices," C3 Solutions Co-Founder John Hart speaks with Texas Rep. Michael Cloud. Cloud speaks to energy policy in his district and state, and how his constituents feel when progressives attempt to purport harmful policies onto them. This conversation also includes a discussion about natural gas, renewable energy and how free economies boost energy security. "The world's demand on energy is growing," said Cloud. "That's a good thing, that's people coming out of poverty."Learn more at c3newsmag.com
Wave Energy with Jan Skjoldhammer Jan Skjoldhammer is the Founder and CEO of Novige AB, a wave energy developer that uses ocean waves to generate electricity. Jan has been an officer, captain, instructor and display pilot with a well-developed technical side, having built a race car in his youth, among many other projects. He is a natural-born entrepreneur with a tireless ambition and an environmental awareness that has led him to make a significant positive impact on the world and mitigate the climate change. Skjoldhammer's entrepreneurial endeavor in property development laid the monetary foundation of NoviOcean in 2016, with early retirement from his long-time career at SAS Airlines. Today, Jan leads a team of like-minded individuals who also strive towards saving the climate with profitable and renewable wave energy technology.
From Journalism to Founding your own NGO Raul Cazan tells us the story of his climate change working life from being a journalist, founding his own NGO and representing a plaintiff in the People’s Climate Case. Have a listen to find out how many opportunities are out there and get inspired. People’s Climate Case https://peoplesclimatecase.caneurope.org/ 2Celsius https://2celsius.org/en/ Climate Action Network Europe http://www.caneurope.org/ Transport and Environment https://www.transportenvironment.org/ Foundation Conservation Carpathia (FCC) https://www.carpathia.org/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Das Klimabaumhaus in Bayreuth Ein Baumhaus mitten in der Stadt. Erfahrt hier alles über das Klimabaumhaus Bayreuth, inklusive einer Portion Hoffnung. Wie reagieren die Menschen, wenn plötzlich gegenüber des Bayreuther Rathauses ein Baumhaus steht? Welche Herausforderungen gab es für die Beteiligten? Viele weitere Fragen werden hier von Leo und Luca beantwortet.Dieses Gespräch wurde Anfang Januar aufgenommen, als das Baumhaus in Bayreuth noch stand. Inzwischen wurde es von den AktivistInnen abgebaut. Ein Update zu den aktuellen Ereignissen gibt es am Ende der Folge. Der Protest geht nämlich weiter.Webseite: https://www.klimacamp-bayreuth.de/Twitter: https://twitter.com/KlimabaumhausBtInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/klimabaumhausbayreuth/Kontakt über E-Mail: Klimacamp_Bayreuth[at]riseup.netDanni (Danneröder Forst): https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dannenr%C3%B6der_ForstTreibhausgasbudget Bayreuth: https://www.bayreuther-tagblatt.de/nachrichten-meldungen-news/klimaschutz-in-bayreuth-9-300-tonnen-co2-pro-kopf-in-der-stadt-mir-ist-gscheit-schlecht/MAPA (Most Affected People and Areas): https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Most_Affected_People_and_AreasLützerath: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%C3%BCtzerath#Umsiedlung_und_Protestaktionen  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Das Klimabaumhaus in Bayreuth Ein Baumhaus mitten in der Stadt. Erfahrt hier alles über das Klimabaumhaus Bayreuth, inklusive einer Portion Hoffnung. Wie reagieren die Menschen, wenn plötzlich gegenüber des Bayreuther Rathauses ein Baumhaus steht? Welche Herausforderungen gab es für die Beteiligten? Viele weitere Fragen werden hier von Leo und Luca beantwortet.

Dieses Gespräch wurde Anfang Januar aufgenommen, als das Baumhaus in Bayreuth noch stand. Inzwischen wurde es von den AktivistInnen abgebaut. Ein Update zu den aktuellen Ereignissen gibt es am Ende der Folge. Der Protest geht nämlich weiter.

Webseite: https://www.klimacamp-bayreuth.de/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/KlimabaumhausBt

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/klimabaumhausbayreuth/

Kontakt über E-Mail: Klimacamp_Bayreuth[at]riseup.net

Danni (Danneröder Forst): https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dannenr%C3%B6der_Forst

Treibhausgasbudget Bayreuth: https://www.bayreuther-tagblatt.de/nachrichten-meldungen-news/klimaschutz-in-bayreuth-9-300-tonnen-co2-pro-kopf-in-der-stadt-mir-ist-gscheit-schlecht/

MAPA (Most Affected People and Areas): https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Most_Affected_People_and_Areas

Lützerath: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%C3%BCtzerath#Umsiedlung_und_Protestaktionen
Interview with David Moscow, Host of From Scratch David Raphael Moscow, a creator, executive producer, and host of From Scratch.






























































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Season 2, Episode 13: SustyVibes with Jennifer UchenduThomas and Panu spoke with Jennifer Uchendu, a researcher and climate activist from Lagos, Nigeria. Jennifer is founder of SustyVibes, a youth-focused climate organization with a mission to design and implement projects that make sustainability cool, actionable and relatable in Africa. The trio discussed Jennifer’s sense of Nigeria’s environmental situation and history and climate emotions she has observed among youth and elders in the country. Jennifer explained the SustyVibes mindset and the new Eco-Anxiety in Africa Project, where she works with scholars like Charles Ogunbunde (see Season 2, Episode 8). As Jennifer reflected: “It's been a journey of just learning. Pointing myself to more and more exciting projects. But ultimately, the goal is to ensure that young people … in my generation, young people who look like me, have the right agency or the tools to transform whatever feelings of fear or powerlessness to hope and to actions.”Join us for the conversation! LinksSustyVibesDiffey, Wright, & Uchendu at al 2022: "Not about us without us" – the feelings and hopes of climate-concerned young people around the worldJennifer Uchendu on founding The Eco-Anxiety in Africa ProjectSome background on Nigeria and the resource challenges faced by developing nations in Africa Nigeria is oil rich and energy poor. It can’t wait around for cheaper batteriesIt is time to break free of Africa’s dirty “fossil fuel trap”TranscriptTranscript edited for clarity and brevity. [music: “CC&H theme music”]Thomas Doherty: Well, hello, I'm Thomas Doherty. Panu Pihkala: And I am Panu Pihkala.Doherty: And welcome to Climate Change and Happiness. Our podcast. The show for people around the globe who are thinking about the personal side of climate change. Particularly their emotional responses and their feelings about climate change. And you can find us at climatechangeandhappiness.com. And support us at our Patreon so we can bring this content to you. And today, we are very excited to have a special guest.Jennifer Uchendu: Hi, everyone. My name is Jennifer Uchendu. I'm calling in from Nigeria. And I'm the founder of SustyVibes. Looking forward to our discussion today.Doherty: Yes. And so we're really glad to have Jennifer coming in from Lagos. And we've been waiting for this conversation for a while. And, as you know, we try to make this as best we can a world conversation. And with different people, and different ages. So I'm really looking forward to [this] chat. Panu, do you want to get us started?Pihkala: Warmly welcome, Jennifer, also, from my part. I'm really glad to have this opportunity to discuss. We've met online a couple of times, in things related to climate emotions. And I've been fascinated by the work you've been
Right Voices: Matt Welch, Conservative Texans For Energy Innovation In this episode of Right Voices, C3 Solutions' Co-Founder John Hart speaks with Matt Welch, State Director of Conservative Texans for Energy Innovation. Here, John and Matt discuss why Texas is a leader on energy and why the state is a great place to live for those interested in less government intervention in their daily lives. Hear more Right Voices interviews in our playlist or catch them on the go via podcast at "Right Voices on Climate Change" on iTunes, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Learn more: C3newsmag.comFollow us on Instagram: instagram.com/c3solutionsnews
Ep117: Dr. Nawal Al-Hosany "From Oil to Clean Energy – Bridging the Gulf" This week on Cleaning Up, Michael welcomes Dr. Nawal Al-Hosany, UAE’s Permanent Representative to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), for a wide-ranging discussion on IRENA’s work promoting an equitable transition, the UAE’s emergence as a renewables superpower, and the significance of COP28 coming to the region later this year.Links and Related Episodes: Learn more about the International Renewable Energy Agency and its work: https://www.irena.org/Learn about IRENA and the UAE’s Beyond Food initiative: https://www.irena.org/News/pressreleases/2022/Mar/UAE-and-IRENA-Launch-New-Initiative-to-Provide-Access-to-Energy-for-Clean-CookingDr. Nawal’s recent op-ed on the importance of climate education: https://www.thenationalnews.com/opinion/comment/2023/01/05/its-time-to-put-youth-at-the-top-of-the-climate-agenda/Visit the UAE mission to IRENA’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@uaemissiontoirenaWatch Cleaning Up Episode 87 with Francesco La Camera: https://www.cleaningup.live/ep87-francesco-la-camera-the-economist-diplomat-championing-clean-energy/Guest BioDr. Nawal Al-Hosany is the Permanent Representative of the UAE to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) as of April 2018. Previously, Dr. Al Hosany held the position of the Executive Director of Sustainability at Masdar, the international renewable energy leader based in Abu Dhabi. She also served as the Director of the Zayed Future Energy Prize for eight years between 2011-2018. Dr. Al-Hosany is an active member of various climate-focused boards and committees, including the advisory council of National Geographic magazine and the advisory Panel for the Momentum for Change initiative of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). She is a board member of Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) and she serves as the Vice Chair for the Global Council of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).She graduated from the Faculty of Engineering at the UAE University in 1992 and obtained her PhD from Newcastle University in the UK in 2002. In July 2018, Dr. Al-Hosany was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from Keele University in the UK in recognition for her achievements in the field of sustainability. Dr Al-Hosany has also received the “Arab Woman Award” and the “Emirates Business Women Award”.
085 | Can Ghana Leverage REDD+ to Save its Cocoa Farmers? A conversation with Roselyn Fosuah Adjei of Ghana's Forestry Commission Ghana's cocoa economy is second only to Côte d'Ivoire's, but climate change threatens to decimate it. Today's guest, Roselyn Fosuah Adjei of the Ghana Forestry Commission, is charged with leveraging carbon finance — and specifically REDD+ — to avert that disaster.
Mangroves for Community and Climate: Adapting in Harmony with Nature at WWF In episode 179 of America Adapts, I’ve partnered with World Wildlife Fund to learn the critical role mangrove forests play in coastal adaptation and the work WWF is doing with their Mangroves for Community and Climate project.   You’ll hear how WWF is applying its three core adaptation strategies:  ecosystem-based adaptation, nature-friendly adaptation, and climate-smart conservation. We journeyed to the Yucatán in Mexico to speak with mangrove experts from around the world – Mexico, Madagascar, Colombia, Fiji, Australia and the US – all coming together to share their expertise and knowledge to help mangroves persist in a changing climate. WWF is working to conserve mangroves around the world through various initiatives, including the development of a climate-smart mangrove restoration decision support tool. Finally, we’ll hear how WWF’s Environment and Disaster Management and Climate Crowd programs are helping communities adapt to climate change while valuing and reducing pressure on the critical ecosystem services that mangroves provide. It’s an epic size episode focusing on a critical species for adaptation! Topics covered: Learn about WWF’s three core strategies for adaptation. What WWF is doing to conserve mangroves globally. What is the climate-smart mangrove restoration decision support tool. Results of the Mangrove Workshop in Merida, Mexico. How mangroves help reduce risk to coastal flooding and storm surges.  What happens to mangroves following a disaster?  Some research in Florida, surprisingly, says in some cases mangroves may do more harm than good when we build out in front of them. Do people generally see value in keeping mangroves intact for other reasons besides coastal protection. What is WWF’s Climate Crowd program. Experts in this Episode: ·    Shaun Martin, Vice President, Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience, WWF US ·         Karen Douthewaite, Director, Oceans, WWF US ·         Pilar Jacobo, Nature-based Solutions Coordinator, WWF Mexico ·         Dr. Siddarth Narayan – East Carolina University  ·         Alejandra Calzada, Climate Change Adaptation Coordinator, WWF Mexico ·         Luz Cervantes, Senior Program Officer, Environment and Disaster Management, WWF US ·         Claudia Duran, Field Officer, WWF Mexico ·         Nicole Chabaneix, Senior Program Officer, Climate Risk Management and Resilience, WWF US ·         Dr. Catherine Lovelock – University of Queensland  ·         Dr. Jemma Purandare, University of Queensland ·         Ixchel Lopez, Deputy Director, Oceans, WWF Mexico ·         Ryan Bartlett, Director, Climate Risk Management and R
Interview with Professor Bruce Usher & Faculty Director of the Tamer Center for Social Enterprise at Columbia Business School Dr. Bruce Usher, Professor of Professional Practice and the Elizabeth B. Strickler ’86 and Mark T. Gallogly ’86 Faculty Director of the Tamer Center for Social Enterprise at Columbia Business School.
The Climate Change Garden with Kim Stoddart The Climate Change Garden by Kim Stoddart and Sally Morgan, is a guide to creating a resilient, climate-wise garden, one that adapts to volatile weather extremes and a rapidly changing climate. This is the first book to reveal which types of gardens are better suited to deal with such extremes and which techniques, practices, and equipment can be put to good use to help temper the issues.

Kim Stoddart is an expert on this and writes for publications such as The Guardian on climate change gardening and resilient gardening. She has columns in several UK magazines and contributes regularly to a range of publications, such as Gardeners’ World magazine, Bloom, The Telegraph, The Lancet, and The Daily Express, where she regularly provides climate and gardening advice. Sally Morgan is a botanist and gardener and is the editor of Organic Farming Magazine. She’s written articles and books on food, farming, and the environment and owns an organic farm where she teaches courses on small farming (empirefarm.co.uk).
The Plastic Problem Plastic, what's so bad about it? It fills so many important functions in our world. From food packaging to toys, plastics are everywhere. It's pretty crazy when you realize just how much plastic is out there, and how troublesome it can be to get rid of. You might say, what can be so bad about such a widespread material? Glad you asked, because that's exactly what will be unfolded in this week's episode on Journey to Earth.
Ep116: Tom Samson "Small Modular Reactors: Nuclear's Next Act?" This week on Cleaning Up, Michael welcomes Tom Samson, CEO of Rolls-Royce SMR. Rolls-Royce SMR are among a raft of new companies innovating in the field of Small Modular Reactors, hoping to provide nuclear energy in smaller, more repeatable modules at a lower price point than traditional gigawatt-scale reactors. Michael had questions for Samson on nuclear’s “desperately poor track record” for price control, the practicalities of factory-building a nuclear reactor, and the feasibility of nuclear finding a role in an energy landscape full of increasingly cheap renewables. Like, subscribe and share for more insights and in-depth interviews from the front-line of the net-zero transition.Links and Related Episodes: Learn more about Rolls-Royce SMR: https://www.rolls-royce-smr.com/about-us Watch a walkthrough of Rolls-Royce SMR’s nuclear technology here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jmp-z5bzmE Watch Cleaning Up Episode 5 with Kirsty Gogan, “Fighting for Nuclear”: https://www.cleaningup.live/episode-5-kirsty-gogan/ Watch Cleaning Up Episode 94 with Julia Pyke, “The Fight for GW Nuclear”: https://www.cleaningup.live/ep94-julia-pyke-the-case-for-gw-nuclear/ Watch Cleaning Up Episode 74 with Francesco Starace: https://www.cleaningup.live/ep74-francesco-starace-europes-clean-power-leader/ Watch Cleaning Up Episode 97 with Julio Freidmann: https://www.cleaningup.live/ep97-julio-friedmann-the-carbon-wrangler/ Guest Bio Tom Samson is the CEO of Rolls-Royce SMR Limited. He has over 30 years of experience in the power industry in various senior level executive positions in the UK and internationally. Samson joined Marubeni Corporation in 2009, where he undertook a number of CEO and Board-level assignments in the UAE and USA. Samson was appointed Chief Operating Officer for ENEC in the UAE in 2012, where he helped establish Nawah Energy as the operator of Barakah, the first nuclear power plant in the region. Samson was appointed CEO and Board member at NuGeneration Ltd in 2015, which was responsible for developing a new nuclear power station at Moorside in Cumbria. In early 2020 Samson joined Rolls-Royce to lead their SMR Consortium and is a Board Member of Rolls-Royce SMR Limited. Samson holds a degree from Edinburgh Napier University in Energy Engineering. Samson began his career as a Chartered Engineer at GEC Alstom designing combined cycle gas-fired power plants.
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Carbon Capture & Carbon Removal: Friends or Foes?—w/ Gagan Porrwal of GE Gas Power's Carbon Solutions Carbon capture and storage, or CCS, involves sequestering carbon dioxide emissions from a point source, whereas carbon removal takes existing emissions out of ambient air.
And there are a lot of people in the climate community who are for carbon removal and against CCS, arguing that we should shut down these point sources and focus on renewable energy.
But is choosing sides the right thing to do?
Gagan Porrwal is Global Head of Partnerships for GE Gas Power's Carbon Solutions, where he is building an ecosystem of partners that enable, accelerate, and drive the adoption of CCS applications in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and the Asian Pacific.
On this episode of Reversing Climate Change’s Happy Hour show, Gagan joins Ross and Siobhan to explain why we need CCS to meet our 2030 climate targets and how he thinks about capturing carbon in the flue versus ambient air.
Gagan discusses how much power is currently generated by coal or natural gas and describes the reality of how long it will take to transition to wind and solar.
Listen in to understand the four key problems facing CCS—social acceptance, economics, infrastructure, and permitting—and find out why we can’t transition to renewables tomorrow, but we can take the next rational step toward clean energy in any given geography.
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And if we have any hope of getting to gigatonne-scale carbon removal by 2030, we need a greater diversity of ideas in the CDR space. We need entrepreneurs who dare to think differently. We need more sh*tty first drafts.
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S3E36: Why We Need More Sh*tty First Drafts in Carbon Removal—w/ Adina Mangubat & Tito Jankowski of AirMiners You can judge the progress of an industry by its number of sh*tty first drafts.
And if we have any hope of getting to gigatonne-scale carbon removal by 2030, we need a greater diversity of ideas in the CDR space. We need entrepreneurs who dare to think differently. We need more sh*tty first drafts.
So, what can we do to encourage this kind of radical risk-taking in carbon removal? Where can entrepreneurs, investors, and carbon removal buyers go to generate their sh*tty first drafts and then iterate on each other’s ideas together?
Adina Mangubat and Tito Jankowski are Accelerator Director and CEO, respectively, at AirMiners, a community that empowers people taking risks to accelerate the reversal of climate change through carbon removal.
On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Tito and Adina join Ross to discuss the AirMiners Launchpad business accelerator, explaining how it serves early-stage carbon removal startups and why it supports companies across the spectrum of permanence.
Tito describes his role in unlocking capital for early-stage CDR startups, exploring how AirMiners helps them sell future carbon credits as a complement to traditional equity investment.
Listen in for Adina’s insight around what buyers are looking for in carbon removal startups and learn how you can get involved in the AirMiners community and contribute to the queue of sh*tty first drafts we need to save the planet.
Connect with Nori
Purchase Nori Carbon Removals
Nori's website
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Check out our other podcast, Carbon Removal Newsroom
Carbon Removal Memes on Twitter
Carbon Removal Memes on Instagram
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AirMiners
AirMiners Launchpad Startup Accelerator
AirMiners Investor Academy
AirMiners Investor Demo Day
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Interview with William Anderegg Climate Scientist Professor at the University of Utah Dr. William Anderegg, Director of the Wilkes Center for Climate Science and Policy and an Associate Professor in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Utah.
Interview with Mark Wishnie Head of Landscape Capital and Chief Sustainability Officer BTG Pactual Timberland Investment Group Mark Wishnie, Head of Landscape Capital and Chief Sustainability Officer, BTG Pactual Timberland Investment Group






























































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Season 2, Episode 12: Art Gives Ecological Grief a Body with Daniela MolnarThomas and Panu were joined by artist and poet Daniela Molnar, who creates her paintings using scientific records of glacier retreat in the Cascade range and natural paints and pigments she gathers near her home and in her wilderness journeys. The trio discussed how art making is one way to “enfranchise” climate grief that otherwise goes unrecognized, where in Daniela’s case she confronts forces of grief and wonder, in dynamic interplay. “Making paint is a kind of ecology,” Daniela observed. When making your own pigment the “world becomes full of colors,” rocks and plants gain agency and different waters from rain or sea behave in a way that is very much alive. Daniela evoked the creative tension apparent in regeneration of damaged landscapes where a “wound is simultaneously an injury and a process of healing.” “When we talk about non-resolution in a work of art and how it has that dynamic equilibrium, that's what beauty is. It's that tension. And the world is beautiful. You know, the world is incredibly beautiful. Even as it's incredibly wounded. And to allow ourselves to experience both fully is really a way to live in the world. And live our lives fully. And live in a way that moves us into different cultural territory that I think is essential.”LinksDaniela MolnarInstagramVideo on her art methodMediaPoetryReading at Round Weather Gallery, February 23, 2023Projects in Finland between atmospheric scientists and visual artists Siperstein, Hall and LeMenager 2016 Teaching Climate Change in the HumanitiesTranscriptTranscript edited for clarity and brevity. Thomas Doherty: Please support the Climate Change and Happiness Podcast. See the donate page at climatechangeandhappiness.com.[music: “CC&H theme music”]Thomas Doherty Please support the Climate Change and Happiness Podcast. See the donate page at climatechangeandhappiness.com.Doherty: Well, hello, I'm Thomas Doherty.Panu Pihkala: And I am Panu Pihkala. Doherty: And welcome to Climate Change and Happiness. Our podcast. This is a show for people around the world who are thinking and feeling deeply about global climate change and other environmental issues that are affecting us as people around the world. And here we really get into our different kinds of feelings and our different kinds of emotions. We go deep into that. It's a rare opportunity and we're really glad to have it. Please make sure to find us at climatechangeandhappiness.com. And please support us on our Patreon. And – we've had a theme about art and creativity that Panu and I are very close to. Today we're really lucky to have a guest.Daniela Molnar: Hello, my name is Daniel
Episode 3 – Nuclear Breakthrough Nuclear energy……so much to cover on such an interesting topic. Is it good? Is it bad? In this episode, we unfold a massive move made involving how we source energy and the potential that nuclear energy can provide. Get ready, strap in, and enjoy the episode!
Ep115: Jorgo Chatzimarkakis "Europe's Hydrogen Pusher" This week, Michael invites Jorgo Chatzimarkakis, CEO of Hydrogen Europe, to debate the importance of hydrogen in powering Europe and the world towards a decarbonized economy. Hydrogen Europe is an industry association of more than 400 members that promotes the role of hydrogen in reaching carbon neutrality in Europe. Chatzimarkakis holds hydrogen to be the miracle molecule of the transition, while Michael’s Hydrogen Ladder has a far narrower view of its likely uses on the path to net zero. What follows is a comprehensive, robust – and at moments, fierce – discussion of hydrogen in the transition, covering electrolyzers, fertilizers, freight, transportation and heating, as well as following the “pots of money” behind hydrogen infrastructure and lobbying in Europe. Spark more healthy debate around net zero pathways by liking and sharing the episode, and don’t forget to subscribe. Relevant Guest & Topic Links: Learn more about Hydrogen Europe: https://hydrogeneurope.eu/ HE’s Hydrogen Act (2021) lays out a roadmap for a ‘European Hydrogen Economy’: https://hydrogeneurope.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/2021.04_HE_Hydrogen-Act_Final.pdf HE’s Clean Hydrogen Monitor (2022) provides an overview of the European hydrogen market: https://hydrogeneurope.eu/clean-hydrogen-monitor2022/ Explore Michael’s Hydrogen Ladder here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/clean-hydrogen-ladder-v40-michael-liebreich/ President von der Leyen’s speech at the European Parliament Plenary on December 15th 2022: https://ec.europa.eu/commission/presscorner/detail/fi/speech_22_7727 Watch Cleaning Up Episode 111 with Dan Yergin here: https://www.cleaningup.live/ep111-daniel-yergin-the-worlds-most-influential-energy-analyst/ Watch Episode 88 with Patrick Graichen here: https://www.cleaningup.live/ep88-patrick-graichen-germanys-secretary-of-state-for-the-energiewende/ Guest Bio:Chatzimarkakis was a Member of European Parliament from 2004 until 2014 for Germany’s Free Democratic Party (FDP), serving on the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy among others. From 1999 to 2004, Chatzimarkakis was Managing Partner at Polit Data Concept, a public affair consultancy, and served as a Science Policy Officer at Germany’s Bundestag from 1995 to 1998. Chatzimarkakis holds an MA from the University of Bonn in Political Science. He has held positions as a lecturer at University Duisberg Essen and Saarland University.
Transformational Adaptation and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act: Now Comes the Hard Part In episode 178 of America Adapts, we dig into the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) as a catalyst for transformational adaptation. Joining the podcast: Adie Tomer of the Brookings Institution talks about their infrastructure resource hub; Shalini Vajjhala of re:focus partners returns to discuss how they are helping local communities be strategic in their adaptation planning and finding practical approaches for grant applications; Brandon Kay of Tempe Arizona and Tom Jacobs of the Kansas city region, discuss how their communities are using their existing adaptation planning efforts to help them apply for funds. Bonus conversations: Samantha Medlock, the General Counsel for the now sunsetted U.S. House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis and Chad Nelson from Infrastructure Canada.  These experts are in the thick of climate planning and they will offer useful advice on how your community or organization and apply for this adaptation funding.  If done effectively, this infrastructure funding can lead to transformational adaptation. Topics covered: What is the Infrastructure and Jobs Investment Act. How can local communities tap into the Act’s funding. The role of regional collaboration in grant applications. Environmental and climate justice embedded in the Act. The legislative history of the Investment Act. Infrastructure and Adaptation Resource Hub Adaptation in Tempe, Az and the Kansas City region. Infrastructure and adaptation in Canada. Experts in this Episode: Adie Tomer, Senior Fellow at Brookings Metro at the Brookings Institution Shalini Vajjhala, Founder and CEO of Re:focus Partners Braden Kay, Director of Sustainability for the City of Tempe, Arizona Samantha Medlock, former Senior Counsel, Select Committee on the Climate Crisis at U.S. House of Representatives Tom Jacobs, Director, Environmental Programs, Mid-America Regional Council Chad Nelson, Principal Advisor for Climate Adaptation and Resilience, Infrastructure Canada This episode was generously sponsored by the Genesee Mountain Foundation. Check out the America Adapts Media Kit here! Subscribe to the America Adapts newsletter here. Battelle Information Innovations in Climate Resilience Conference https://www.battelle.org/conferences/conference-on-innovations-in-climate-resilience General email is [email protected] Media inquiry contact is TR Massey [email protected] ICR23 Call for Abstracts: Download here ICR22 On-Demand: Access all proceedings, presentations, videos, and photos 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/ @BrookingsInst @BrookingsMetro @AdieTomer @ShaliniVajjhala @SamMedlockCFM @MARCKCMetro Resources and Links in this episode: Brookings Federal Infrastructure Hub https://www.brookings.edu/interactives/brookings-federal-infrastructure-hub/ Resources mentioned by Tom Jacobs of Marc<a href="https://kcmetroclimateplan.org/" rel="noo
Ep114: James DeMuth "Disrupting Manufacturing with Laser Printing" This week on Cleaning Up, Michael is joined by James DeMuth. James is co-founder and CEO of Seurat Technologies, a specialist in 3D metal printing, or Additive Manufacturing. With their own licensed laser technology, their aim is to decarbonize traditional, emissions-intensive manufacturing processes by competing with them, and ultimately, displacing them. Relevant Guest & Topic James is evangelical about the potential of Seurat’s technology to transform the manufacturing industry for the better:“Our goal is to make hardware production as simple to do and as cheap to produce as it is to write code and software… I don't think we have any concept, at all, for the explosion in applications that we would see when that happens.” Relevant Guest & Topic Links:Area Printing Explained https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=llAcqwD2TBY Seurat Technologies Inc. https://www.seurat.com/ The Economist on Seurat and Additive Manufacturing https://www.economist.com/science-and-technology/2022/03/19/a-new-type-of-3d-printing-may-bring-it-into-the-mainstreamOn Seurat’s 2024 plans for a 100,000-square-foot factory https://www.bostonglobe.com/2022/10/06/business/local-3d-printing-startup-build-new-factory-mass-production/?p1=BGSearch_Overlay_LatestStories A comprehensive look at Seurat’s approach to additive manufacturing https://issuu.com/inovar-communications/docs/metal_am_spring_2022/141?fr=sN2VjNjQ3NDg2NTg Why the name? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QmzUHwFGKtI  Guest Bio: Since co-founding Seurat in 2015, DeMuth has served as the company’s CTO, and as of 2020, their CEO. DeMuth spent six years at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, as a Research Associate, then as a Mechanical Engineer working in Advanced Manufacturing and Fusion Energy. At LLNL, DeMuth worked on power generation, additive manufacturing technologies, and the Laser Inertial Fusion Energy (LIFE) Engine. DeMuth holds a BSc from Santa Clara University in Mechanical Engineering, and an MA from Stanford University in Mechanical Engineering.
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How to Get Carbon Removal Startups the Support They Need!—w/ Neesha Mirchandani of Impact Stars Startups in the CDR space need to succeed quickly if we want to reverse climate change before time runs out.
But the current system requires that climatetech founders often devote time to pitching VCs and filling out multiple grant applications. Time that would be better spent developing their solutions.
So, what can we do to connect emerging carbon removal companies with the funding they need to move forward?
Neesha Mirchandani is Founder and CEO of Impact Stars, a consultancy that helps planet-positive entrepreneurs raise money and attract clients.
On this episode of Reversing Climate Change Happy Hour, Neesha joins Ross, Siobhan and Asa to discuss the magnetic pitch method she uses to support CDR startups in attracting venture capital.
Neesha explains what VCs look for in a climate startup and shares her frustration with philanthropy’s failure to fill in the funding gaps.
Listen in to understand how we might streamline the grant application process for CDR entrepreneurs and get Neesha’s advice on how to apply business sense to your climate ventures!
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Chat and Cha with Sim's Is global citizenship the way to dismantle systemic inequality?
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Journey to Earth Episode 2 – Power of Patagonia Massive corporations, climate change, and clothes that never go out of style. Listen in and hear about how Patagonia locks in its very own environmental history in jaw dropping fashion….pun intended.
Let's keep uncovering this incredible planet. Here's to Episode 2 of Journey to Earth!
Interview with David Meyers Executive Director Conservation Finance Alliance The Conservation Finance Alliance is the leading professional association for conservation finance experts and practitioners. CFA's mission is to promote awareness, expertise, and innovation in conservation finance globally.






























































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Season 2, Episode 11: A New Perspective on Eco-anxiety and GriefIn this episode, Panu shared insights from his major new paper The Process of Eco-Anxiety and Ecological Grief. In a dialog with Thomas, Panu described stages like the “semi-consciousness” we experience as we come into awareness of the severity of the ecological crisis and the shocks that can follow an environmental awakening. He explained how healthy coping requires a balance of taking action, expressing emotions like grief, and creating healthy distance by taking breaks. Thomas gave examples of people he has observed going through these stages and processes. Coping with eco-anxiety and ecological grief is a journey. Join us to learn new tools. LinksPanu Pihkala 2023 The Process of Eco-Anxiety and Ecological Grief: A Narrative Review and a New Proposal Brief presentationPanu also recommends: Seminal article from Edwards & Buzzell (2008): The Waking Up Syndrome Blanche Verlie (2022 book, open access): Learning to Live with Climate Change Good Grief Network 10-Steps to Personal Resilience & Empowerment in a Chaotic ClimateFrom Thomas: Contrary to the popular myth, ostriches do not bury their head in the sand when scared or frightened.TranscriptTranscript edited for clarity and brevity. Thomas Doherty: Please support the Climate Change and Happiness Podcast. See the donate page at climatechangeandhappiness.com.[music: “CC&H theme music”]Thomas Doherty: Well, hello. I'm Thomas Doherty. Panu Pihkala: And I am Panu Pihkala. Doherty: And welcome to Climate Change and Happiness. The podcast for people around the globe who are thinking and feeling deeply about the personal side of climate change. In particular, their emotions. Their emotional responses. And you can find us a climatechangeandhappiness.com. And you could support us at our Patreon. And today, I'm talking with Panu. And Panu, I know, one of our interests for us personally and for the listeners is the journey that we're all on in terms of our understanding of climate change. And particularly our emotional coping. And how we make sense. And how we deal with some of these issues and threats and stuff like that. And I know you've been working on a really big kind of what I would say a wisdom piece. A paper that you're pulling together a lot of the research and ideas for other scholars. And, you know, for other academics and researchers, but you're also, you know, have this model. Pulling together things that I think is really, practically useful for people. So we're talking about that today. And we're going to jump into that. Wherever you want to start with that. Either the background or currently what's on top of your mind. And we'll just chat about this today.Pihkala: Thank you Thomas. In 2019 in Finland, I published a second book of mine about eco emotions and eco-anxiety [Mieli maassa? Ympäristötunteet]. So that one was a sort of handbook ab
Compostable Underwear with Stacy Grace Stacy Grace is the pioneering woman behind KENT, the first plastic-free underwear, so natural it’s compostable. Stacy has made it her mission to remove plastics in underwear, and create cleaner clothes for consumers and the planet in an industry plagued with synthetic materials. Made with GOTs certified cotton, KENT’s separates are just as soft and durable as the cotton underwear and shirts in your drawer, but just better for you. The elastic is made with plants, making them so natural they can be composted (and are LA Compost verified).
Ep113 Jonathan Maxwell 'Checkpoint 2023: Energy Efficiency Investment' This week’s episode of Cleaning Up sees the return of Jonathan Maxwell, Founder and CEO of Sustainable Development Capital Limited (SDCL), one of the world’s biggest investors in energy efficiency. Jonathan is back for the first in a series of 'checkpoints' on Cleaning Up, as we invite guests back to the show to give an update on their sector or specialism on the path to net zero. Guest Bio: investment trust investing exclusively in energy efficiency – Sustainable Energy Efficiency Income Trust (SEEIT). Jonathan chairs the Trust’s Investment Committee.Jonathan has over two decades of experience in the financial sector – he spent early days of his career at HSBC Infrastructure and led the IPO process of HICL Infrastructure Company (formerly HSBC Infrastructure Company) – one of the biggest infrastructure funds listed on the London Stock Exchange.In 2007 he founded Sustainable Development Capital (SDCL), a boutique investment firm specializing in clean energy, energy efficiency and decentralised energy infrastructure projects. He has led the company ever since as the CEO. Jonathan holds a degree in Modern History from Oxford University.View: Relevant Guest & Topic Links:Find out more about SDCL: https://www.sdclgroup.com/Find out more about SDCL: https://www.sdclgroup.com/ Explore LLNL's flowcharts, or Sankey diagrams: https://flowcharts.llnl.gov/ See last year's flowchart's produced by BEIS detailing UK energy use: https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/energy-flow-chart-2021 SDCL Energy Efficiency Income Trust PLC's listing on the LSE: https://www.londonstockexchange.com/stock/SEIT/sdcl-energy-efficiency-income-trust-plc/company-page BEIS in the Chancellor's Autumn Statement, including the pledge to establish an Energy Efficiency Taskforce: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/beis-in-the-autumn-statement#:~:text=Energy%20Efficiency%20Taskforce&text=The%20taskforce%20will%20support%20a,billion%20provided%20in%20this%20Parliament.Watch: Related Episodes:Watch Jonathan's first appearance on Episode 14 of Cleaning Up in 2020: https://youtu.be/Wqrtr2lePM8Watch Episode 111 with Dan Yergin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QIh4U3VgjcWatch Episode 110 with Adair Turner: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5P2JgeOXp9wWatch Episode 109 with Ion Yadigaroglu and Dipender Saluja: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUTPkszXs_YWatch Episode 84 with Mark Carney: https://youtu.be/HtA5ufMzKAU
And these small, pasture-based dairy farms have their own unique concerns when it comes to climate change.
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S3E35: Climate Change vs. Artisanal Cheesemaking—w/ Andy Hatch of Uplands Cheese While large, industrial cheesemakers are known for consistency and scale, small operations like Uplands Cheese make boutique cheeses unique to the land where they’re produced.
And these small, pasture-based dairy farms have their own unique concerns when it comes to climate change.
So, how is extreme weather already affecting operations like Uplands Cheese? How does climate factor into future planning for a 300-acre dairy farm?
Cheesemaker Andy Hatch is Co-Owner at Uplands, a dairy farm and cheesemaking operation in Southern Wisconsin. Andy’s team produces two award-winning artisan cheeses, Pleasant Ridge Reserve and Rush Creek Reserve.
On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Andy joins Ross to explain why his team uses a seasonal model for cheesemaking, describing how Pleasant Ridge Reserve is made in the tradition of Alpine cheeses while Rush Creek is modeled after Vacherin Mont d’Or.
Andy discusses how warmer, wetter weather is impacting his cows and what Uplands Cheese is doing to reduce its carbon footprint.
Listen in for insight on trends in dairy farming influenced by climate change and learn how to support small dairy farmers like Andy who are good stewards of natural resources.
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084 | Treeless Neighborhoods and Poverty: the Deadly Link and How to Address it A 2021 study of trees in America showed that poor neighborhoods had far fewer trees than wealthier ones, and that translates into higher temperatures, poorer air, and more deaths. Jad Daley of American Forests explains the Tree Equity Score, what it means, and his organization's effort to plant — and, more importantly, grow — 522 million trees across American cities.
Interview with Dr. Barrett Klein Professor of Biology at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Dr. Barrett Klein, a professor of biology at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, is an entomologist and artist who studies insect behavior, sleep biology, and ways in which insects have affected humans throughout history.

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The Good Life Goals Review Here we look at; The 17 Sustainable Development Goals; The 85 Good Life Goals; and, What You Can Do in Your Day to Day Life. This is part of our series on Living Sustainably.

This time I’m reviewing The Good Life Goals with 85 ways anyone can contribute towards the huge, planet-changing objectives that sit at the heart of the SDG agenda. But, before we get into those, let’s explain what the SDG agenda actually is.

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Journey to Earth Episode 1 – GM's EV Lineup and the Current State of Bugs The podcast where we explore, chill, and reforest the planet has launched! Join Nick and Matt as they uncover all the wild and incredible things going on with the environment on the planet we all share.
General Motors launches massive news on their car lineup coming up by 2030. And, there's something you should know going on with global insect populations.
We're excited to have you guys here, and enjoy episode 1 of the Journey to Earth Podcast! See you guys on episode 2!
Ep112: Bob Litterman 'Climate Risk, Financial Returns' This week on Cleaning Up, Michael hosts Bob Litterman, founding partner at Kepos Capital and Chairman of the Kepos Capital Risk Committee. Litterman spent 23 years at Goldman Sachs, during which time he became a partner and established himself as an outstanding authority on financial risk. Since co-founding Kepos and joining the boards of the World Wildlife Fund, Ceres and the Climate Leadership Council, among others, he has become a leading voice on climate policy and risk as it relates to climate change and the transition. From this unique vantage, Litterman is acutely aware of the time-sensitivity of climate risk: “We have to create incentives globally to reduce emissions, and we have to do it very quickly. One thing I like to tell people is when you're managing risk, time is a scarce resource. If we have enough time, we can solve almost anything. When you're managing risk and you run out of time, a risk management problem becomes a catastrophe.”Guest Bio: Prior to founding Kepos Capital, Litterman had a 23-year career at Goldman, Sachs & Co., where he served in research, risk management, investments and thought leadership roles. Litterman became a partner at Goldman Sachs and head of the firm-wide risk function in 1994, and head of the Quantitative Resources Group in 1998. Litterman is the co-developer of the Black-Litterman Global Asset Allocation Model, a key tool in investment management.Litterman serves on a number of boards, including the Niskanen Centre, Ceres, World Wildlife Fund, and the Climate Leadership Council, where he serves as co-chair of the Board. Litterman also chairs the CFTC Climate-Related Market Risk Subcommittee, which published its report, Managing Climate Risk in the U.S. Financial System in September 2020. Litterman holds a Ph.D in Economics from the University of Minnesota, and a B.S. in Human Biology from Stanford University. Prior to Goldman Sachs, Litterman taught at MIT and worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.View: Relevant Guest & Topic Links:Read Managing Climate Risk in the US Financial System: CLICK HEREFind out more about Kepos Capital: CLICK HEREWatch: Related Episodes:Cleaning Up Episode 49 with Johan Rockstrom: CLICK HERECleaning Up Episode 48 with Nick Stern: CLICK HERECleaning Up Episode 109 with Dipender Saluja and Ion Yadigaroglu: CLICK HERE
Interview with Dr. Christiaan De Beukelaer Senior Lecturer in Culture Climate at the University of Melbourne Dr. Christiaan De Beuk-e-la, Senior Lecturer in Culture & Climate at the University of Melbourne and the author of Trade Winds.
Right Voices: Florida Rep. Byron Donalds In this episode, we speak with Florida Rep. Byron Donalds to outline nuclear energy’s importance and what solutions Republicans are planning to unveil. Representative Donalds and his colleagues have already begun to map out their goals for the next legislative session. For energy, one issue that is top of mind for the Congressman is building out key infrastructure such as pipelines, which he aptly called “the blood vessels of our energy system.” Donalds is demonstrating the pragmatic leadership necessary for effective energy and climate solutions that will be crucial in a tightly divided Congress. Enjoy this conversation! *Subscribe to "Right Voices" on climate change for more episodes!
Right Voices: Rep. Nancy Mace On this episode, we speak with Rep. Nancy Mace about the conservative plan for energy, climate, and environmental issues in the next CongressA first-term Congresswoman representing South Carolina’s 1st congressional district, Mace has been active during the 117th Congress, holding positions on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, Oversight and Reform Committee, and Veterans’ Affairs Committee. Mace was also a founding member of the Conservative Climate Caucus, which is now the second-largest caucus in the GOP conference. Over the summer House Republicans launched the Energy, Climate, and Conservation Task Force which unveiled policies to reduce global emissions and bolster America’s energy security and economy. An essential component of the Task Force’s work was modernizing regulations like the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) to allow more energy and infrastructure projects to get built. Mace emphasized the importance of the Task Force’s policies stating, “I think NEPA and permitting reform needs to be in place.”Mace believes in pursuing market-driven solutions to our toughest energy and climate challenges, our leaders can provide energy relief to consumers and unleash American economic competitiveness.






























































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Season 2, Episode 10: Composing During the Climate Crisis with Scott Ordway































































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Season 2, Episode 10: Composing During the Climate Crisis with Scott OrdwayIn the first episode of the new year, Thomas and Panu spoke with composer and multimedia artist Scott Ordway, whose recent works such as The End of Rain, The Clearing in the Forest and The Outer Edge of Youth explore themes of nature, identity and the effects of global climate change. Scott described the process of creating The End of Rain, an ambitious 2022 orchestral work that wove documentary, music, imagery and landscape investigations to tell the story of the aftermath of a catastrophic wildfire that swept through Scott’s childhood home in the redwood forests of Northern California. Scott also shared a musical selection from his recent choral opera, The Outer Edge of Youth. “I wanted to understand how fire and drought are changing us emotionally in personal and often hidden ways. Because my questions concerned communal rather than individual consciousness, it was important to me that my work be guided by the experiences of a wide range of people and that the final product reflect the things they told me. I wanted my work to be an act of sustained and careful listening.” — Scott OrdwayLinksScott Ordway The End of Rain: Review and companion book Exploring Drought, Fire, and Our Relationship with Land Through Art and MusicErica Hellerstein (2022) “Grieving California” (featuring Scott’s work and a contribution from Panu)The Outer Edge of Youth: Listen and obtain the RecordingTranscriptTranscript edited for clarity and brevity. Thomas Doherty: Please support the Climate Change and Happiness Podcast. See the donate page at climatechangeandhappiness.com.[music: “CC&H theme music”]Thomas Doherty: Well, hello, I'm Thomas Doherty. Panu Pihkala: And I am Panu Pihkala. Doherty: And welcome to Climate Change and Happiness. Our podcast, a show for people around the globe who are thinking and feeling deeply about climate change – the personal side of climate change. And, you know, in the show we focus on emotions, what you're feeling in your body, and your feelings, the words that you use [to describe your emotions]. And you can find us at climatechangeandhappiness.com. And see our Patreonreon.com/bePatron?u=71854012. And today we have a special guest.Scott Ordway: My name is Scott Ordway. I'm a composer and multimedia artist based in Philadelphia and originally from Northern California. I'm so happy to be here.Doherty: And we're really glad to have Scott. And we're going to be talking a bit. We're assuming this episode is going to be coming out early in the year. And this is a beautiful
Ep111: Daniel Yergin "The World's Most Influential Energy Analyst" Cleaning Up begins the new year and its eighth season in conversation with Daniel Yergin. Yergin, Vice Chairman of S&P Global, is a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and one of the world’s leading authorities on energy.Alongside discussing the latest edition of his best-selling book, The New Map, Yergin also provided some fascinating predictions for the future of global energy supply and demand, its international nuances, and its historical echoes.Daniel Yergin is the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of a trilogy of books on energy and is seen by many as America’s foremost energy expert. He was co-founder of Cambridge Energy Research Associates and currently serves as Vice Chairman of S&P Global, one of the world’s largest research and information companies.Yergin is the author of several bestselling works of history, most notably The Prize: the Epic Quest for Oil Money and Power (1990), which was awarded the Pulitzer Prize and has been translated into 20 languages. His latest book is The New Map: Energy, Climate, and the Clash of Nations (2020). Yergin’s other work includes The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World (2011), and Commanding Heights: The Battle for the World Economy (1998).Yergin holds a BA from Yale University and a PhD from Cambridge University, where he was a Marshall Scholar. Yergin has served on the US Secretary of Energy Advisory Board under the last four presidents.View: Relevant Guest & Topic Links:On the energy crisis: CLICK HEREOn copper in the energy transition: CLICK HEREOn Putin and winter in Europe: CLICK HEREWatch: Related Episodes: Nobuo Tanaka, Former Head of the International Energy Agency: CLICK HEREJulio Friedmann, Chief Scientist at Carbon Direct: CLICK HERE
But the war in the Pacific Theater was the largest naval war ever fought. It covered the entire breadth of the Pacific Ocean, and much of the fighting took place in remote, wild environments.
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S3E34: The Environmental Impact of WWII in the Pacific Theatre—with Ian W. Toll, author of The Pacific War Trilogy Much has been written about the European Theater in World War II.
But the war in the Pacific Theater was the largest naval war ever fought. It covered the entire breadth of the Pacific Ocean, and much of the fighting took place in remote, wild environments.
How did the conflict impact those environments heretofore untouched by the outside world? And what about the Indigenous peoples who lived there?
Ian W. Toll is the author of Six Frigates: The Epic History of the Founding of the US Navy and the Pacific War Trilogy—Pacific Crucible, The Conquering Tide, and Twilight of the Gods.
On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Ian joins Ross to explain how airbases were built on hundreds of Pacific islands during WWII and describe how the scale of development radically and irrevocably changed the ecosystems there.
Ian discusses how hundreds of shipwrecks from WWII have the potential to turn into environmental disasters at any time and weighs in on what we can do to avoid a modern-day war in the Pacific—and why it’s crucial.
Listen in for Ian’s insight on the logistical prowess of the US to ramp up shipbuilding during WWII and find out why Admiral Halsey ranked the bulldozer among the five most important weapons of the Pacific War.
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Right Voices: 2nd Annual Free Economies Are Clean Economies Release In this episode of the podcast, we talk about the release of our 2nd Annual Free Economies are Clean Economies report, which comes at an especially important time.C3 Solutions Co-Founders Drew Bond, John Hart and VP of Public Policy Nick Loris deliver highlights and discuss the importance of this monumental report.What to know: Over the past year in the U.S. we have seen historic inflation and energy costs which is forcing families to spend up to 28% more to heat their homes this winter. Meanwhile, Europe is facing an energy crisis and some governments are warning of potential blackouts in the upcoming months. As our report finds, we must lower costs and deliver reliable power to consumers through policies that open markets and allow the private sector to provide energy relief.  Enjoy this conversation about the importance of economic freedom! Learn more about us at c3newsmag.com.
2023 – The Dawning Era Of Overshoot & Intervention (Climate Engineering) The UN Climate COP’s are not succeeding in solving the longterm problem of overshooting our Paris climate commitments. This episode focuses on the emerging voices that are defining the overshoot agenda. Full transcript at: https://genn.cc/2023-overshoot/ You can support this work on Patreon: https://patreon.com/genncc

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Rewilding Britain Review Here we look at the charity called Rewilding Britain; 2021 Rewilding Highlights; and Supporting Rewilding To Help Reverse Climate Change. This is part of our series on Living Sustainably.

Think Big. Act Wild. What a great strapline. Rewilding Britain is the first and only country-wide organisation in Britain dedicated to rewilding and the positive benefits that can bring to people and planet.

Rewilding is one way that we can reverse our emissions that are the cause of the climate crises, however, whilst we’re the cause, we can also be the solution. We hold the keys, the knowledge, and the power to reverse climate change: It’s estimated that by restoring wild lands globally we can quickly achieve at least 37% of global carbon capture targets.

Read more at https://www.naffordjunction.co.uk/blog/rewilding-britain-review/

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Cleaning Up Audioblog Episode 9: "It's a New Year – Time to Face Reality" This week, it's a special, bonus episode of Cleaning Up. Michael has some essential messages to keep in mind at the dawn of the new year:1. Climate action is neither doomed nor a sure thing.2. People who disagree with you may share your goals, but put facts and priorities in a different order.3. We will never get to declare victory over climate change. The original version of It’s A New Year And Time To Face Reality can be found here:https://medium.com/@MLiebreich/its-new-year-and-a-good-time-to-face-some-facts-c610f3aa579eFollow or Subscribe to Cleaning Up: Twitter: https://twitter.com/MLCleaningUp LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cleaning-up-with-michael-liebreich/
How does a fishing net end up in your smart device? With Helen Mets, Executive VP of Materials, DSM Tune in to episode 4 of the ‘Climate Change with Net Zero Homes’ podcast with brand new host YiFu Qi, EVP Global Home & Distribution division at Schneider Electric, as he sits down with Helen Mets from global purpose and science based company DSM, to find out how recycled fishing nets end up in our smart devices at home.

As we face unprecedented environmental challenges, smart and sustainable homes are the future. But, we fail at the first hurdle if the smart home devices themselves are not a part of the circular economy.

Listen to our latest episode to find out how Schneider and DSM have revolutionised using recycled plastic in smart technology, available now.

Guests: Helen Mets, Executive Vice-President of Materials, DSM


Topics discussed in this episode:

– Building a circular economy in the electrical industry
– Addressing regulatory challenges faced when using recycled materials
– Turning fishing nets into smart devices

Resources mentioned in this episode:
•UN Sustainable Development Goals: https://sdgs.un.org/goals
•Paris Agreement: https://unfccc.int/process-and-meetings/the-paris-agreement/the-paris-agreement

Want to share any feedback, questions or comments? We’d love to hear them! Email Schneider Electric: [email protected]
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S4 Ep 34: Year in Review w/ DeJuan Cross We Review Season 4 of The Coolest Show with clips hosted by DeJuan Cross
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 2, Episode 9: Sitting Around the Fire / Permission to Feel JoyThomas and Panu take a moment to “sit around the fire” at the end of 2022 and winter time in the northern latitudes, as Panu watches the snowy weather in Helsinki, and Thomas muses about world events and his family’s yearly solstice ceremony. Listen in as the pair reflect on global dangers and our feelings about them —ranging from the brutal conflict in Ukraine and renewed threat of nuclear war to new and often unexpressed stress and unease as our seasons and weathers change around the world. And, holding the contradictions: Watching exciting World Cup matches against the backdrop of systemic injustices, and the “holiday season” with its frenetic, electronic consumerism and opportunity for simple, authentic connections with loved ones. Panu and Thomas model the healthy process of ecological conversations: sharing the deep and dark thoughts we have with safe and trusting listeners, bearing witness, and also naturally finding the bright parts of life, gratitude and “permission to feel joy.” Remember, you are not alone. Please find your own healthy rituals. Look forward to more unique episodes of our podcast in the new year and please support us at Patreon and at climatechangeandhappiness.com. Links “Sit Around the Fire” From composer Jon Hopkins with spoken word by Ram Dass Viola Sampson, “Darkening quarter”, in Rust, M.-J. & Totton, N. (eds.) (2012), Vital signs: Psychological Responses to Ecological Crisis. Karnac, pp. 3-16. Available for purchase. And so, I begin to see that this darkening quarter of the year is a turning of fullness and expanding into the darkness. It is an opportunity to stay present to the darkness within and without, and not shrink from the cold or the world's grief. It is an opportunity to inhabit the greater darkness of the Earth, allowing its shadow to imbibe me and draw me inwards and downwards into my roots.Jolabokaflod: An Icelandic holiday tradition to adopt?TranscriptTranscript edited for clarity and brevity. Thomas Doherty: Please support the Climate Change and Happiness Podcast. See the donate page at climatechangeandhappiness.com.[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 am Panu Pihkala. Doherty: And welcome to Climate Change and Happiness. This is our podcast. Our show for people around the globe who are thinking and most importantly, feeling—take a breath there listeners—who are feeling deeply about the personal side of climate change. Our emotional responses. And how all these issues sit with us in our lives. And Panu and I are sitting here toward the end of 2022. And we have a metaphor of we'
Ep110: Adair Turner "Lord of the Net Zero Transition" Adair Turner, Baron Turner of Ecchinswell, is Chair of the Energy Transitions Commission, a global coalition of major companies, investors and experts identifying pathways to limit global warming to well below 2˚C by 2040.From 2008-2013, Lord Turner chaired the UK’s Financial Services Authority. He was Director General of the Confederation of British Industry (1995-2000); Chairman of the UK Pensions Commission (2003-2006); and was the first Chairman of the UK Climate Change Committee (2008-2012). From 1982-1995 Lord Turner worked at McKinsey, and was Vice-Chairman of Merrill Lynch Europe from 2000-2006.Lord Turner authored Between Debt and the Devil (Princeton: 2015), and Economics after the Crisis (MIT: 2012). He became a cross-bench member of the House of Lords in 2006, and holds a degree in History and Economics from the University of Cambridge.The Energy Transition Commissionhttps://www.energy-transitions.org/Download the Commission's latest report, Degree of Urgency: Accelerating Actions to Keep 1.5°C on the TableDegree of Urgency: Accelerating Actions to Keep 1.5°C on the Table
Interview with James Malley, CEO of Paccurate Paccurate is a cartonization software for efficient shippers that helps find the best way to pack every shipment to reduce supply chain costs and waste.
S4 Ep 33: “Swollen” w/ Dream Hampton, Brenda Coley, Desmond Love Swollen: Dispatches from the Flooded Midwest, is a 3 part documentary that identifies flooding as a result of climate change in the black and brown communities of Cleveland, Detroit, and Milwaukee.On this episode of The Coolest Show, Rev Yearwood speaks with Brenda Coley, Co-Executive Director of the Milwaukee Water Commons, Desmond Love, Co-director of Swollen, and dream hampton, filmmaker, producer, and writer. They speak about the similar history of these cities as once thriving black communities, that were systematically reduced to survival and dealing with loss.
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.
Tech Voices: Hugh Aljoe, Noble Research Institute In this episode of Tech Voices, C3 Solutions Co-Founder John Hart spoke with Hugh Aljoe, who serves as the director of producer relations for the Noble Research Institute.Aljoe providing oversight to the consultation and education programs for producers in the Southern Great Plains. He is also a pasture and range consultant.
EV Universe with Mike Dull Michael Dull is the founder and President of EVUniverse.com and host of the Plug in for More podcast. An auto enthusiast from a young age, Michael has since grown into a serial entrepreneur in various industries. He started his career as a pharmacist, spending time with multiple companies developing, testing, and implementing mobile applications and websites for chain pharmacies. His whole life Michael has been focused on vehicles of all kinds, specifically buying and selling of sports cars and luxury vehicles. His passion for electric vehicles started in 2008 after seeing the original Tesla roadster and its performance compared to its internal combustion counterparts. Following his passion, today, Michael owns 4 electric vehicles including an original 2010 Tesla Roadster 2.5 sport, one of 500 built. Combining Michael’s passion for electric vehicles and entrepreneurial experience has led him to create EV Universe- a marketplace to help educate potential buyers about EV’s.
Cleaning Up Audioblog Episode 8: "The Unbearable Lightness of Hydrogen" This week's episode is a recording of Michael's latest blog post for BloombergNEF: https://about.bnef.com/blog/liebreich-the-unbearable-lightness-of-hydrogen/Our thanks to BloombergNEF for allowing us to record it and share it with our Cleaning Up audience.
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S3E33: Time to Think… Small? Not Everything Must Scale—w/ Todd Myers of the Washington Policy Center With a problem as monumental as the climate crisis, we have a tendency toward proportionality bias. We often believe that the issue has a single cause and can only be solved with a few large-scale solutions.
But in the case of climate change, a diversity of solutions may be faster and more effective than putting all our eggs in a few big baskets.
And that’s why Todd Myers focuses on what individuals can do to solve climate change—while the politicians slug it out over broad policy measures.
Todd serves as Environmental Director at the Washington Policy Center. He is also the author of the new book, Time to Think Small: How Nimble Environmental Technologies Can Solve the Planet’s Biggest Problems.
On this episode of the Reversing Climate Change podcast, Todd joins Ross to explore how individual efforts can fill in the gaps left behind by government policies and explain how climate change differs from pollution in the 1970’s.
Todd discusses the data collected by citizen science apps like iNaturalist or eBird and describes how we can use both moral suasion and financial incentives to promote climate solutions.
Listen in for Todd’s insight on striking the right balance between private sector and government climate initiatives and learn how a business in the carbon removal space might identify the right scale for its unique solution.
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Puget Sound Salmon Recovery Council
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Innovators in Climate Resilience: Battelle, Google, Project Drawdown, and Center for Climate Security In episode 177 of America Adapts, Doug Parsons hosts Justin Sanchez of Battelle; Jamie Beck Alexander of Project Drawdown; Franco Amalfi of Google Cloud; and Erin Sikorsky of the Center for Climate and Security. All our keynote speakers at the upcoming Innovations in Climate Resilience that Battelle is hosting in Columbus, Ohio. You’ll learn about the climate change work each of their companies and organizations are working on and you’ll hear get previews of their talks at the Innovations conference. Some of the leading climate voices sharing their stories! Topics covered: Details on the upcoming Innovations in Climate Resilience Conference. How Project Drawdown works with groups to lower their carbon footprint and find solutions to large scale climate problems. Google Cloud works with government entities on resilience planning using big data and climate modeling. How national security is increasingly focused on climate adaptation. Experts in this Episode: Justin Sanchez – Technical Fellow at Battelle Erin Sikorsky – Director of The Center for Climate and Security Jamie Beck Alexander – Director of Drawdown Labs at Project Drawdown. Franco Amalfi – Head of Sustainability Strategy, Global Public Sector, Google Cloud Check out the America Adapts Media Kit here! Subscribe to the America Adapts newsletter here. Battelle Information Innovations in Climate Resilience Conference https://www.battelle.org/conferences/conference-on-innovations-in-climate-resilience General email is [email protected] Media inquiry contact is TR Massey [email protected] ICR23 Call for Abstracts: Download here ICR22 On-Demand: Access all proceedings, presentations, videos, and photos here Donate to America Adapts Listen to America Adapts on your favorite app here! Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/americaadapts/ @usaadaptshttps://twitter.com/jabeckx?lang=en https://twitter.com/ProjectDrawdownhttps://twitter.com/Battelle https://twitter.com/ErinSikorsky https://twitter.com/cntrclimsec https://twitter.com/googlecloud https://www.linkedin.com/in/francoamalfi/?originalSubdomain=ca https://www.linkedin.com/in/jabeck/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/erin-sikorsky-a12b9b8/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/justin-sanchez-2136168/ Links in this episode: The Center for Climate Security https://climateandsecurity.org/ Project Drawdown https://drawdown.org/programs/drawdown-labs Google Cloud https://cloud.google.com/blog/topics/sustainability/announcing-climate-insights-for-public-sector-orga
083 | What to Make of COP27, with Jos Cozijnsen of Climate Neutral Group Jos Cozijnsen has been working the climate puzzle for decades — first by helping to negotiate the Kyoto Protocol and then by helping NGOs like the Environmental Defense Fund craft legal policies with teeth. Today, he offers his take on the year-end climate talks (COP27), which took place last month in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. We discuss the Bridgetown Initiative, the African Carbon Markets Initiative, and the new Loss and Damage Fund — as well as the bad-faith arguments of those seeking to undermine carbon markets by pretending to make them perfect.
Interview with John Hecklinger, President & CEO of Global Fund for Children Global Fund for Children is a Washington, DC-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to transform the lives of the world's most vulnerable children.






























































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Season 2, Episode 8: Climate Feelings in East and West Africa with Charles Ogunbode































































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Season 2, Episode 8: Climate Feelings in East and West Africa with Charles OgunbodePanu and Thomas were joined by Charles Ogunbode, a psychology researcher at the University of Nottingham in the UK, in a dialogue about anxiety and other eco-emotions around the world. Charles shared insights from his widely reported paper “Climate anxiety, wellbeing and pro-environmental action: Correlates of negative emotional responses to climate change in 32 countries.” His study found that while climate anxiety is hurting people’s mental health around the world, from Brazil to Uganda, Portugal to the Philippines, people’s ability to speak out and take action is curtailed by lack of free speech and ability to demonstrate in many countries. Charles described his early interest in wildlife protection in Nigeria and his formative discoveries of research on conservation psychology and unconscious aspects of emotions like the melancholy that we can feel in relation to widespread destruction of the natural world. He described how his current projects create nuanced portraits of how Africans perceive the harms posed by climate change that move beyond simplistic stereotypes. Thomas, Panu and Charles reflected on unique environmental emotions and coping responses of citizens of East and West Africa that, given their shared colonial histories, feature both resignation about climate threats and also a deep resilience. Listen in and join us! LinksCharles OgunbodeMedia on Charles’ research: Study: Climate anxiety is spreading all over the planetCharles Ogunbode, et al. 2022 “Climate anxiety, wellbeing and pro-environmental action: Correlates of negative emotional responses to climate change in 32 countries.”The MECCA project: Targeting Mental Models of Climate Change Risk to facilitate Climate ActionPsychological Adaptation to Climate Change Risks among Adolescents and Young Adults in the Pacific Small Island Developing StatesCharles reports he is an Associate Editor of the new journal, Global Environmental Psychology and is co-editing a special issue of the journal on “Living with Environmental Change” with Susan Clayton. (Hear from Susan in Season 1, Episode 6: “Environmental Identity and “Climate Flow”). TranscriptTranscript edited for clarity and brevity. Thomas Doherty: Please support the Climate Change and Happiness Podcast. See the donate page at climatechangeandhappiness.com.[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 am Panu Pihkala. <p class="
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