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  1. Quirks and Quarks

    1.Quirks and Quarks

    CBC Radio's Quirks and Quarks covers the quirks of the expanding universe to the quarks within a single atom... and everything in between.

  2. Regenerative Agriculture Podcast

    2.Regenerative Agriculture Podcast

    This is a show for professional growers and agronomists who want to learn about the science and principles of regenerative agriculture systems to increase quality, yield, and profitability.

  3. Climate Emergency

    3.Climate Emergency

    In India, every year, the summers are getting longer, the winters harsher and the downpours intense. Floods in Assam, droughts in Tamil Nadu and growing problem of water scarcity in many states are no longer an abnormality but the new reality!There is an urgency to solve the problems caused by human induced climate change and to understand and find solutions before it is late. This is Climate Emergency and we will bring to fore and discuss the growing impact of climate change. We will also highlight and celebrate climate champions- individuals and communities who are undoing the damage done so far

  4. Bermuda Triangle Mystery

    4.Bermuda Triangle Mystery

    Linking science to unexplainable events in the Bermuda Triangle.

  5. A Climate Change with Matt Matern

    5.A Climate Change with Matt Matern

    A Climate Change with Matt Matern is a weekly show featuring influential guests from government, business, activism, academia, and culture. The show serves to inform its audience with a focus on environmental and climate issues. Join us as we commit to making "a climate change." Similar to these great podcasts: TED Climate, Reversing Climate Change, Climate Change and Happiness, My Climate Journey, Volts, America Adapts, & Climate Vision 2050.

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

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

    A podcast for geospatial people. Weekly episodes that focus on the tech, trends, tools, and stories from the geospatial world. Interviews with the people that are shaping the future of GIS, geospatial as well as practitioners working in the geo industry. This is a podcast for the GIS and geospatial community subscribe or visit https://mapscaping.com to learn more

  7. Flat Earth Research

    7.Flat Earth Research

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

  8. Geology On The Rocks

    8.Geology On The Rocks

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

  9. Rare Earth

    9.Rare Earth

    Tom Heap and Helen Czerski tackle a major story about our environment, work out how we got here and meet the brave, clever people with fresh ideas to help us - and nature - thrive. They won’t shy away from the big stuff - temperatures rising while wildlife declines - but this won’t be a weekly dose of doom-laden predictions and tortured hand-wringing. Rare Earth is here to celebrate the wonder of nature and meet the people determined to keep it wonderful.

  10. Talk+Water


    Talk+Water takes a deep dive into the world of water with those making the waves. Todd H. Votteler, Ph.D., interviews special guests making unique contributions in the water profession.

  11. The Composter Podcast

    11.The Composter Podcast

    Welcome to The Composter, a podcast for farmers and composters. I'm your host and fellow composter, Jayne Merner Senecal. Join me in practical conversation between industry professionals and farmers with a passion for producing high-quality compost. We are going to dig deep into the science, technology, and art of compost production so that we as composters can help enliven the world's soils.

  12. Pollution


    Dangers of pollution and call to action against it.

  13. The Backpacker's Guide To Prehistory

    13.The Backpacker's Guide To Prehistory

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

  14. One World Podcast

    14.One World Podcast

    Climate change and pollution are gradually endangering the Earth’s vitality. Join podcast leaders Tristan Miller and David Han in their endeavor to interview impressive individuals and organizations that strive to create a greener, more sustainable future. Each episode contains powerful information that depicts the work of environmental pioneers who are the beacons of tomorrow. The One World Podcast is the Orange County Climate Reality Project’s official podcast.

  15. Soils For Life

    15.Soils For Life

    The Soils for Life podcast brings you the voices of farmers around Australia who are regenerating our precious soils and landscapes. In each episode we share the stories of farmers who are discovering ways to farm with nature, and explore how we can all help more farmers to head in this direction, for healthier food, humans and planet. These stories show how resilient, regenerated soils and landscapes can support profitable food-producing businesses, thriving and resilient people and regional communities, and abundant and nutritious food. Produced by Grow Love Project and Soils for Life.

  16. Sustainable(ish)


    The home of easy, everyday sustainability for the #imperfectlygreen

  17. Let's Think Earth: Let's Think Sleep

    17.Let's Think Earth: Let's Think Sleep

    Welcome to Let's Think Earth's reboot, Let's Think Sleep, a relaxing podcast that is all about sleep, and of course, our bedtime stories.

  18. regenagri podcast

    18.regenagri podcast

    Featuring experts in the agricultural industry, the regenagri podcast explores the ways that global farming is steering towards more regenerative agriculture approaches and how the movement is evolving at pace. Tune in regularly to hear about all things regenerative and stay at the forefront of the global movement.

  19. FoodSecurity2022


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

  20. Geoscience Futures

    20.Geoscience Futures

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

  21. A Voyage to Antarctica

    21.A Voyage to Antarctica

    Journalist and broadcaster Alok Jha talks to leading explorers, scientists, conservationists and artists about Antarctica’s fascinating past, present and future, to discover why the icy continent matters to us all. Created by the UK Antarctic Heritage Trust to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the first sighting of Antarctica. UKAHT is a charity, championing the public understanding of, and engagement with Antarctica through the history of human endeavour in the region. UKAHT looks after British historic sites and artefacts in Antarctica and invests in global public programmes and education; enabling more people to discover, understand, value and protect this precious wilderness.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  22. Eco Futurists

    22.Eco Futurists

    Planning for the future and breaking new ground across industries must involve improving our natural environment along the way. Our lives and livelihoods depend on it. In this podcast, we hear from people leading the way not only in imagining, but also providing solutions for a future with environmental sustainability in mind. We speak to scientific experts, industry leaders, artists, adventurers, and committed personalities who make connections in their local and global communities, making life on earth a priority in their grand plans. They are Eco Futurists.

  23. Climate Sense

    23.Climate Sense

    From hurricanes and floods, to wildfires and extreme temperatures, climate change is happening all around us. In this podcast series, energy and climate expert Samantha Gross, director of the Energy Security and Climate Initiative at the Brookings Institution, sheds light on the essentials of climate change and how to deal with it. She talks to other experts in various climate-related areas to help you understand the issue. How serious is climate change and what causes it? How does our energy system work and why do we use fossil fuels anyway? What are potential solutions and are they ready for prime time? Why is it taking so long for the world to act?

  24. Power: Limits and Prospects for Human Survival

    24.Power: Limits and Prospects for Human Survival

    How have humans become powerful enough to disrupt the world's climate, trigger the sixth mass extinction, and cause serious harm to the biosphere? And with all the abilities and technologies we've accrued, why do we so often oppress instead of uplift one another? Join us as we explore the hidden driver behind the converging crises of the 21st century. It all comes down to power - our pursuit of it, overuse of it, and abuse of it. Learn how different forms of power arose, what they mean for us today, and why giving up power just might save us. This podcast is based on the groundbreaking book, Power: Limits and Prospects for Human Survival by Richard Heinberg, one of the world's foremost experts on energy and sustainability. For more information, please visit https://power.postcarbon.org/.

  25. Geology Podcast Network

    25.Geology Podcast Network

    The Geology Podcast Network is a source for geology news, career highlights, and insights by experts in the field from around the world.

  26. Getting Closure

    26.Getting Closure

    The Landform Design Institute Podcast

  27. The Sustainiacs by OPT USA, Inc. - Meet the Innovators and Disruptors of Sustainability: Industry, Entrepreneurs, and NPOs.

    27.The Sustainiacs by OPT USA, Inc. - Meet the Innovators and Disruptors of Sustainability: Industry, Entrepreneurs, and NPOs.

    Brought to you by OPT USA, Inc.  Learn what is new in recycling and sustainability. From Industry Leaders to start-ups and entrepreneurs, we are talking with the current and future leaders of recycling and circularity in supply chains.  Reuse, Reduce, and Recycle.  These Leaders of enterprise and hopeful entrepreneurs discuss the solutions and technologies needed to take back our oceans, waterways, and environment. From NPO beach clean-ups to Big Chemical Industry supply chains, there are surprising efforts everywhere.

  28. Funny Old World

    28.Funny Old World

    An edutaining easy-listening podcast about all things eco, hosted by Juliet Kinsman and Simon London. Our mission is to engage people with the WHY it matters and the how and what to do when it comes to sustainability and tackling the climate emergency — but in simple terms, with a little laughter along the way. In each episode, Simon and Juliet discuss serious topical sustainability stories and cultural affairs and chat with thought-provoking experts. And let’s face it, everyone’s feeling a little sustainability fatigue, and while we also need to know the facts, goodness knows we also need a little joy in our eco-anxiety-riddled lives. Funny Old World is powered by Weeva. Visit weeva.earth to discover our sustainability management platform.

  29. waterclan.earth


    This is a podcast about water for water. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  30. Adventures in Sustainable Living

    30.Adventures in Sustainable Living

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

  31. Water We Doing?

    31.Water We Doing?

    Discover how our most precious commodity impacts our lives in so many fascinating ways. That's right! We're talking about water, but not like you've ever heard it before. Join us as we explore social, environmental and economic issues around the globe as we ask the questions: what are we doing, and how can we do better? The "Water We Doing?" won the 2022 Canadian Podcasting Award for Outstanding Branded Series. The podcast is a production of the Aquatic Biosphere Project. The podcast is produced and hosted by David Evans (P. Biol), the Project's Director of Conservation. For more info please check out www.AquaticBiosphere.ca

  32. NSF Live

    32.NSF Live

    NSF Live is a weekly discussion show about spaceflight from http://NASASpaceflight.com. NSF is not affiliated with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The initials in the URL are used with permission from NASA.

  33. Going Green

    33.Going Green

    Welcome to the Going Green Podcast! Our mission is to educate and inspire people to take action on climate change by exploring various environmental issues and discussing practical ways to live a more sustainable lifestyle.Every week, your hosts Philip and Paul will delve into different aspects of climate change and its impact on the planet, from rising temperatures and sea levels to the destruction of ecosystems and loss of biodiversity. They will also examine the role that human activities, such as burning fossil fuels and deforestation, play in exacerbating these issues.But we don't just stop at identifying the problems. We believe that everyone has a part to play in combatting climate change and we will provide practical tips and advice on how you can reduce your carbon footprint and live a more eco-friendly lifestyle. From small changes such as switching to LED light bulbs to bigger decisions like buying an electric vehicle or installing solar panels, we will explore a range of options for you to take action.It's important to remember that time is of the essence. The longer we delay taking action, the more severe the consequences of climate change will be. As a society, we need to act urgently to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and shift to cleaner, more sustainable forms of energy. We believe that everyone has a role to play in this collective effort, and we hope to inspire you to take the necessary steps to become part of the solution.So, join us on this journey towards a more sustainable future. Subscribe to the Going Green Podcast and let's start making a positive impact today.

  34. The Land Before Podcast: Fossil Histories and Paleo Mysteries

    34.The Land Before Podcast: Fossil Histories and Paleo Mysteries

    The Land Before Podcast explores fossil histories and paleo mysteries from Dinosaur Ridge, sites around Colorado, the United States, and everywhere on Earth where the remains of dinosaurs and prehistoric life is found. In 2022, a group of Dinosaur Ridge staff members teamed up to create this podcast to connect with dinosaur enthusiasts, those interested in paleontology, geology, ichnology, natural resource preservation, STEM education, natural history, and new fossil discoveries. Dinosaur Ridge in Morrison, Colorado is North America’s #1 rated dinosaur tracksite, according to an esteemed panel of paleontologists. More than 250,000 visitors from around the world visited the site in 2021 to see the tracks, ancient seaway ripple marks, trace fossils and dinosaur bones embedded in the Jurassic and Cretaceous rock of the Dakota hogback. Since 1989, the nonprofit group Friends of Dinosaur Ridge has been providing educational tours and other visitor services including camps for kids, while working to ensure preservation of the dinosaur tracks and fossils set in the Ridge just east of the iconic Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre outdoor concert venue. Dinosaur Ridge is part of the Morrison-Golden Fossil Areas National Natural Landmark, a subunit of the National Park System. In this podcast series, our own network of experts share their knowledge and interpretations, explore the issues and challenges impacting the field, do some myth-busting, and of course celebrate the fun stuff from fresh fossil finds to dinosaur movies, dinosaur art, and the stories told in popular culture that continue to fuel human fascination with life on the planet from long before our time. Please visit the website https://dinoridge.org to learn more about Dinosaur Ridge, and how you can get involved.

  35. Why We Mine

    35.Why We Mine

    Join our host and journalist Robin Stickley as she digs into some fascinating conversations about what, how, and Why We Mine. Think about it - practically everything around you that isn’t born or grown is mined. The toothpaste you brush with every morning, the vehicle you use to get around, even the screen you’re reading this on right now contain minerals extracted from the earth. As the climate warms and we race for sustainable solutions, we know you’re asking questions: How can mining help us hit our emissions targets by 2050? How do we continue to build an inclusive workforce and prosperous communities? How will we sustainably mine enough copper for the all the electric cars? Robin explores the answers and takes a closer look at Canada’s innovative mining technologies and community-driven approaches to ensure a sustainable future for everyone. If you want to understand more about “Why We Mine,” this podcast by Teck Resources is for you.

  36. Do I have to cell everything out to you?

    36.Do I have to cell everything out to you?

    A podcast about science. We'll talk about news in the scientific community, discuss theories and laugh at each others dumb jokes. Join this nerdy couple for an insight into everything vaguely scientific with a tonne of laughs along the way!

  37. A Rock and A Hard Place

    37.A Rock and A Hard Place

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

  38. PlanetGeo: The Geology Podcast

    38.PlanetGeo: The Geology Podcast

    A Geology and Earth Science Podcast. Join Chris, an award-winning geology teacher, and Jesse, a geoscience professor, in discussing the amazing features of our planet and their impact on your everyday life. No prior knowledge required. New episodes coming at you every week. Listen, subscribe, share with someone you know!

  39. GeOCHemISTea


    Every geoscientist is capable of understanding and applying geochemical data, however, at GeocHemiSTea we understand that there is an incredible amount of nuance and accumulated knowledge. We are here to break down the impediments towards geoscientists learning more about this exciting field! Are you a student wanting to break into the field? Listen to each episode to see how reknown geochemists got to where they are today. Are you intrigued by integrating geochemistry, but don't know how? Stay tuned! Lastly are you looking for some Tea/good gossip? We got it. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/geochemistea/support


    40.ASH CLOUD

    This is series of conversations discussing global food sustainability with guests who bring a deep understanding of the environmental and cultural challenges facing our society and creative ideas on how to address them.

  41. Agriculture


    Agriculture as an extinction driver

  42. Cities 1.5

    42.Cities 1.5

    Cities 1.5 is a podcast featuring progressive policy conversations with urban leaders taking action to limit global heating to 1.5 degrees. Hosted by David Miller and developed by University of Toronto Press, this podcast serves as a platform to discuss the most pressing policy and underlying economic issues facing cities in their effort to lead on transformational climate action. The podcast is an extension of the Journal of City Climate Policy and Economy (https://jccpe.utpjournals.press), which publishes timely, evidence-based research that contributes to the urban climate agenda and supports governmental policy towards an equitable and resilient world. Join Editor-in-Chief and host David Miller as he speaks with mayors, city policymakers, economists, youth leaders, and scholars, among others, who are implementing and fighting for ambitious, near-term climate action.

  43. Let's Talk About the Weather

    43.Let's Talk About the Weather

    Observing the elements is key to better understanding our planet. This podcast tells the manifold stories of experts working in environmental monitoring with help of our sensors and solutions. These range from hydrology to meteorology and climate studies to solar monitoring for photovoltaics. Environmental monitoring combines earth sciences with technology and the possibilities of big data. A lot to discuss, a lot to learn - Let's Talk About the Weather! ===> Find more stories and insights on environmental monitoring on our blog: https://blog.otthydromet.com/

  44. "Get the Lead Out" with Doctor Chuck Stead

    44."Get the Lead Out" with Doctor Chuck Stead

    Dr. Chuck Stead was raised in the Village of Hillburn, in the Ramapo Mountains of Lower New York. Get the Lead Out is a chronical of the environmental degradation of a water shed and its deadly impact on an indigenous population. A skilled storyteller, Dr. Stead studied at the Vermont Institute of Social Ecology and received his PhD at the Antioch New England School of Environmental Studies. This podcast follows his journey from boyhood, hunting and trapping in the Torne Valley of Ramapo where he first discovered Ford Motor Company’s pollution of the watershed, and on to the culmination of a Forty-million-dollar clean-up. Along the way we are introduced to members of the Ramapough Lunaape Nation, as well as citizen scientists, archaeologists, herpetologists, engineers, politicians, journalists, and Dr. Steads students who experienced what it means to speak truth-to-power. We are looking into Traditional Ecological Knowledge and its application to our contemporary environmental crisis.

  45. Little Curiosities With Kendall Long

    45.Little Curiosities With Kendall Long

    What is the color “green” and how does it help give life to so much on our planet? Can trees talk to each other? Every week, Kendall Long (Bachelor, Bachelor in Paradise) embarks on a mission to answer life’s most interesting little questions through independent research and conversations with experts. Join her as she strives to solve life’s little curiosities. 

  46. Challenging Climate

    46.Challenging Climate

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

  47. Crazy Town

    47.Crazy Town

    With equal parts humor and in-depth analysis, Asher, Rob, and Jason safeguard their sanity while probing crazy-making topics like climate change, overshoot, runaway capitalism, and why we’re all deluding ourselves.

  48. Environment Pollution

    48.Environment Pollution

    Environment pollution

  49. Earth SciShow

    49.Earth SciShow

    New episodes every Tuesday and Saturday! Welcome to the definitive Earth Science podcast where we explore the intricate world around us and beyond through a science lens. Whether you're interested in earthquakes, rocks, climate, volcanoes or evolution.... We have it all!

  50. Geography Explained

    50.Geography Explained

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

  51. One Day

    51.One Day

    One day we will all know the truth

  52. The Response Force Multiplier

    52.The Response Force Multiplier

    Welcome to The Response Force Multiplier, the OSRL Podcast. On The Response Force Multiplier, we explore all aspects of emergency planning and response, through conversations with compelling experts and thought leaders, providing a fresh take on key issues and cutting-edge techniques in this field. In each episode, we’ll dive into one aspect of emergency planning and response using OSRL’s unique pool of experts and collaborators to gain new insights and to distil these down into actionable tools and techniques for better preparedness and response to crisis incidents and emergencies. Emergency Response, Crisis Management, Emergency Planning Please give us ★★★★★, leave a review, and tell your friends about us as each share and like makes a difference.

  53. Regenerative Agronomy

    53.Regenerative Agronomy

    This is a show where we desire to bring value to you through sharing leading edge knowledge and education with you. We will bust myths, give insight on best principles and practices, and give you the tools to make your farm more successful.

  54. The Water Resources Podcast

    54.The Water Resources Podcast

    The Water Resources Podcast is designed to conduct interviews with experts to discuss challenges with water resources related to climate, such as droughts and floods, and overexploitation by humans. Potential solutions to these challenges are also discussed. Regions covered range from local to global scale, and approaches considered include satellite and ground-based monitoring, and global to regional modeling. The podcast is hosted by Bridget Scanlon, Bureau of Economic Geology, Jackson School of Geosciences, The University of Texas at Austin. The Water Resources Podcast is a production of the Bureau of Economic Geology, The Jackson School of Geosciences at the University of Texas at Austin in partnership with the National Academy of Engineering. The podcast is supported by the Fisher Foundation.

  55. Inside Seaweed

    55.Inside Seaweed

    This is the podcast where we talk about the incredible world of seaweed and how this growing industry is bringing innovation and solutions to address climate change and the environmental crisis. 

  56. DTS


    help us save the planet!!!!

  57. Shark tastic facts!

    57.Shark tastic facts!

    Sharks, a few cool things that make sharks such an amazing creature. You will also learn about why sharks are going extinct, why it’s bad, and how we can try and stop it.

  58. Climate Hour

    58.Climate Hour

    Climate change is one of the most complicated and multifaceted challenges we face as a species today. In Climate Hour, Skye Hawthorne and Samuel Marcus focus on a different aspect of climate change each episode, talking to a range of guests and exploring the science and human impact of climate in equal measure.

  59. RSM River Mechanics Podcast

    59.RSM River Mechanics Podcast

    Conversations about River Mechanics, Sediment Transport, and Fluvial Geomorphology

  60. STAY


    This is STAY. A podcast about Sustainability, Technology, Artificial Intelligence, and YOU! I am discussing these issues with high-profile guests in these fields every few weeks to give you important information that goes deeper than other sources. Find out answers to questions like can AI save the planet? How environmental social and government-focused investing affects you, and how we can build a better, sustainable future together.

  61. Energy Realities

    61.Energy Realities

    After 94 Episodes of the Energy Transition, the name was changed to Energy Realities. No holds barred, and physics and humanity matter. The gang has fun, and listeners can engage with the team on the weekly live broadcast. Contact any of the hosts to ask questions, and check to see if you would be a great fit to be a guest on the show. Hosted by: Armando Cavanha, Energy Thought Leader, Podcast Host, Curitiba, Parana, Brazil Contact on Twitter @cavanha Tammy Nemeth, International Energy Thought Leader, Podcast Host, UK, Canada @thenemethreport Irina Slav is an international author for oil prices, substacks, and others, writing about energy, mining, and geopolitical issues. Bulgaria Contact on Twitter @SlavEnergy David Blackmon is the principal at DB Energy Advisors, an energy author, contributing author for Forbes, and podcast host. Contact on Twitter @EnergyAbsurdity Stu Turley, CEO, Sandstone Group, Podcast Host Energy News Beat https://energynewsbeat.co/

  62. Spatial Report from Esri Canada

    62.Spatial Report from Esri Canada

    Spatial Report connects you with the latest and coolest trends in the world of ArcGIS, Esri’s geographic information system (GIS) technology. If you’re a geogeek, tune in! Join your hosts Maggie Samson and Mark Ho as they unpack what you need to know about ArcGIS today and how it can help you take your mapping and geographic analysis solutions to the next level.

  63. Pals in Palaeo

    63.Pals in Palaeo

    Join PhD student and Palaeontologist Adele Pentland, and explore the Form, Function and Family Groupings of Fossils from across geologic time

  64. The end of the world.

    64.The end of the world.

    Theories about the end of the world.

  65. Ag Future: Innovation in Agri-Food

    65.Ag Future: Innovation in Agri-Food

    Ag Future focuses on the challenges and opportunities that exist within the agricultural sector. Join us as farmers, entrepreneurs and other agri-food industry leaders, both on and off the farm, discuss some of the most significant issues facing our planet and how they are working together for a better tomorrow.

  66. DLS Geography Case Studies

    66.DLS Geography Case Studies

    Geography case studies, news and articles.

  67. The Dirt by Loam

    67.The Dirt by Loam

    Brought to you by Loam, 'The Dirt' takes a closer look at how new technologies, science, and land management strategies can increase soil organic carbon (SOC) and turn your dirt into healthy agricultural soils.  Dan Reid from the Loam talks to farmers and experts from Loam about the basics of increasing carbon build, integrating new technologies on-farm, and participating in carbon projects in Australia. 

  68. Acid Rain

    68.Acid Rain

    How does acid rain effect our environment?

  69. The Soil Sessions: A Kinsey Ag Podcast

    69.The Soil Sessions: A Kinsey Ag Podcast

    Follow along with Neal Kinsey and Kyle Long as they strive to teach the basics and importance of soil fertility in a clear, and easy-to-follow manner. We are committed to spreading to the world the foundational principles of soil fertility as laid out by Dr. William Albrecht and the importance of understanding what is happening beneath our feet.

  70. Nakoff’s Weather Update

    70.Nakoff’s Weather Update

    This podcast will focus on weather in the south west Ohio. As well as other Severe Weather stories from other parts of the country.This podcast is in no way professionally done it is totally amateur as I am just a weather enthusiast. This podcast could also include stories or other information that was provided by listeners of severe weather has this scenarios that happened in the area of counties listed above. Feedback from users is welcomed and could also lead to other weather to related topics I could be discussed on the podcast. Thanks from one weather enthusiast to another

  71. Mycotoxin Matters

    71.Mycotoxin Matters

    Mycotoxins present an ever-increasing threat to livestock production throughout the world. Mycotoxin Matters investigates these issues, discussing their impacts, potential solutions, sustainable farming and the Alltech Mycotoxin Management vision for a Planet of Plenty.

  72. COP28 - 28th Conference of Parties UN COP 28 UAE

    72.COP28 - 28th Conference of Parties UN COP 28 UAE

    The 28th Conference of the Parties (COP28) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) is taking place from November 30 to December 12, 2023, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is the first COP to be held in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. The theme of COP28 is "Accelerating Climate Action for the Sustainable Future." The conference will focus on a number of key issues, including: Mitigation: Reducing greenhouse gas emissions Adaptation: Helping countries and communities adapt to the impacts of climate change Finance: Mobilizing climate finance to support developing countries Loss and damage: Addressing the loss and damage caused by climate change Collaboration: Promoting cooperation and collaboration among all stakeholders COP28 is an important opportunity for the world to come together and take urgent action to address climate change. The conference will provide a platform for countries to negotiate new commitments, share best practices, and mobilize resources to tackle this global challenge. Here are some of the key expectations for COP28: Ambitious new commitments: Countries are expected to announce new and more ambitious commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Progress on adaptation: Countries are expected to make progress on adapting to the impacts of climate change, particularly in developing countries. Increased climate finance: There is a call for increased climate finance to support developing countries in their efforts to mitigate and adapt to climate change. Stronger collaboration: There is a need for stronger collaboration among all stakeholders, including governments, businesses, civil society, and indigenous peoples. COP28 is a critical moment in the fight against climate change. The world must come together and take bold action to avert the worst impacts of climate change.

  73. Earthquakes


    Three minutes listening and calming audio

  74. Awareness


    Exploring the extremities of our planet, making Awareness of everything that we can't see around the world.

  75. The Regenaissance Podcast

    75.The Regenaissance Podcast

    Hosted by @Regenaisanceman with the mission of reconnecting us back to where our food is grown & exposing everything that is wrong with our broken food system. We are more disconnected from our food than we ever have been. I sit down with ranchers and farmers to give them a voice and hear their stories, helping paint a picture of what it really looks like to support humanity with food. I also will be talking to others involved in the agriculture space as there is a lot that goes into it all. My hope is that from hearing this podcast you will begin to question what you eat and where from.

  76. The Green Place: a Climate Podcast

    76.The Green Place: a Climate Podcast

    The podcast of the Green Revolution.  Join us for insightful conversations with experts and pioneers who are shaping the future of our planet.

  77. Sustaining Soils

    77.Sustaining Soils

    This podcast series is sponsored by Valent BioSciences and features guests that provide listeners with insights into the evolving soil health sciences, technologies, economics, and policies that are rapidly shaping the future of agriculture.

  78. GreenTeens Environmental

    78.GreenTeens Environmental

    Hello, and welcome to Green Teens Environmental, a podcast that raises awareness about caring for our environment and encouraging teens to take action. Your host Venya Sharma will take you on an environmental journey!

  79. Something You Should Know And Do

    79.Something You Should Know And Do

    This podcast is to inform my listeners about environmental issues and thing you can do to help

  80. Revealing Hidden Depths - the Seabed 2030 Podcast

    80.Revealing Hidden Depths - the Seabed 2030 Podcast

    Monthly podcast about the Nippon Foundation - GEBCO 'Seabed 2030' Project - an international project to map the global seafloor by 2030, endorsed as a flagship UN Ocean Decade Programme.  Each month we bring news about the project,  interviews with our ocean mapping community and updates about the technology and methods used. Find out more at www.seabed2030.org  If you have ocean data you'd like to share please join our community - contact partnerships@seabed2030.org  Podcast edited by Steve Hall, music by Emily Boddy 

  81. The Crazy Russian Podcast

    81.The Crazy Russian Podcast

    A Russian kid ( me) who is only 50 percent Russian the ways the world has changed over time

  82. Deep Seed Podcast

    82.Deep Seed Podcast

    Welcome to the Deep Seed Podcast, where we delve into the transformative world of regenerative agriculture and ecosystem restoration. Join your host, Raphaël, on a captivating journey, as we explore groundbreaking solutions for a healthier planet. From in-depth conversations with farmers revolutionizing their fields to insights from leading experts reshaping our understanding of sustainability, each episode is a deep dive into the challenges and triumphs of creating a vibrant, regenerative future. Whether you're an environmentally conscious individual, a professional in the fields of agriculture and environmental science, or simply someone passionate about sustainability and eager to learn, this podcast is your gateway to the stories and strategies shaping our world. Tune in, be inspired, and join the conversation towards a regenerative tomorrow. This podcast is produced in partnership with Soil Capital, a company that supports regenerative agriculture for food system resilience and climate action, by financially rewarding farmers who improve soil health. Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

  83. A Just Natural Africa

    83.A Just Natural Africa

    Africa holds up to 30% of the global biodiversity yet losing it at the fastest rate then ever recorded in the history of humanity. This podcast brings forth unique narratives, experiences and insights from young African across the continent speaking to and sharing stories from their landscapes.

  84. The Katie C. Sawyer Podcast

    84.The Katie C. Sawyer Podcast

    The Katie C Sawyer podcast is a reflection of the outdoors and our changing seasons. Curious about lifestyles within the outdoor industry? Katie is bringing guests to cover ranging topics from the offshore billfishing industry to bow hunting on our nation’s public lands. Looking for stimulating conversations revolved around the outdoors? We have specialized guests including, but not limited to: fishery scientist, professional freedivers, Lure aficionados, professional offshore photographers, global tournament directors, big game hunters, and so many more. If you have a passion for the wild, are always striving to expand your knowledge, and value the concepts behind sustainable meat harvesting, this podcast is for you.

  85. NOC Into the Blue Podcast

    85.NOC Into the Blue Podcast

    Into the Blue, produced by the National Oceanography Centre in the UK, aims to dive deep into subjects relating to our ocean and it's seas by speaking to experts from the world of oceanography all with the goal of helping the ocean and life within it flourish.

  86. Eat For The Planet with Nil Zacharias

    86.Eat For The Planet with Nil Zacharias

    Eat For The Planet features conversations with food industry leaders, health and sustainability experts, as well as entrepreneurs and creative minds who are redefining the future of food.

  87. Green Under Pressure

    87.Green Under Pressure

    Green Under Pressure was born from deep concern over how we as US citizens can protect the planet while under an administration that has de-prioritized the major environmental issues of our day. It is our goal to arm our listeners with concise, scientific information in lay-person’s language and offer actions and solutions that put the power to save our environment back in the hands of the people. Hosted by Susan Di Guilio and Produced by Flatlands Avenue Productions.

  88. Generation Anthropocene

    88.Generation Anthropocene

    Exploring the connection between humans, nature, and the powers shaping our new geologic age. Hosted by Michael Osborne and produced by 14th Street Studios.

  89. What On Earth: The Sustainable Podcast

    89.What On Earth: The Sustainable Podcast

    What On Earth: The Sustainable Podcast sees Sarah discusses the issues affecting our planet with a different topic each week. It's a lighthearted, chatty and informative look at climate change, backed up by the experts at environmental charity, Hubbub. Created by Hubbub Presented by Sarah Divall Produced by Ross Buchanan

  90. The Biofriendly Podcast

    90.The Biofriendly Podcast

    Your beacon of light in a gloomy environment, The Biofriendly Podcast is 3x International award-winning educational series! Hosted by Noel Carroll and Jacob Givens. Episodes air every Friday. Check out www.biofriendlyplanet.com

  91. Age of Plastic

    91.Age of Plastic

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

  92. Cyclone Debbie with Ned Shnebela

    92.Cyclone Debbie with Ned Shnebela

    An interview with Ned Shnebela about the terrors of Cyclone Debbie.

  93. Antarcticast


    A podcast to share a bit of mine dream of going to Antarctica coming true

  94. The Aurora Underground

    94.The Aurora Underground

    Unmarked grave detection, GPR-SLICE software, space weather forecasting, and camera sales

  95. Mama Earth Talk

    95.Mama Earth Talk

    Welcome to Mama Earth Talk. I am your host Mariska Nell. I am so grateful to have you here. If you are new to sustainability, already on the journey or just curious to learn more about the topic, then you are in the right spot. Mama Earth Talk is a podcast that takes a deep dive into the three pillars of sustainability (environmental, social and economic). Since its inception, it quickly grew into a forum that showcases the amazing hope through the incredible contribution many around the world are making to a more sustainable life and society. There are over a 140 episodes to learn from, with many amazing and inspiring guests like Her Deepness, Dr Sylvia Earle, Zero Waste Queen, Bea Johnson, activist and humanitarian Rob Greenfield, Chief Heart officer for Gary Vaynerchuck, Claude Silver, Climate optimist Kathryn Kellogg, zero waste chef Max La Manna and many more.

  96. Ryzzun Energy

    96.Ryzzun Energy

    Ryzzun Energy with Electrical Engineering Student and Energy Expert, Luis Angel. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ryzzun/support

  97. Ground Cover

    97.Ground Cover

    Welcome to Ground Cover. A podcast created for farmers, by farmers. Ground Cover is a uniquely Australian podcast series exploring real life stories of land managers who have undertaken the transition from conventional farming to regenerative agriculture. In this series, we share unique and honest conversations about the challenges and opportunities of regenerative agriculture, so you can make informed decisions about how to best manage your land. Proudly brought to you by The Regenerative Agriculture Alliance and Southern Cross University.

  98. No Planet B

    98.No Planet B

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

  99. The Climate Press

    99.The Climate Press

    Bridging climate science with public understanding and action. Follow us on Twitter @TheClimatePress

  100. All About Science

    100.All About Science

    Join me while I talk about science related research and information that is relevant today.

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