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Climate Crisis Conversations, ‘Catastrophe or Transformation’ is a podcast series initially hosted by Verity Sharp for the Climate Psychology Alliance and produced by Parity Audio. It features creative thoughtful conversations between climate psychologists and our friends about the climate and biodiversity crisis.
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Presented by Yahoo News, The Climate Crisis Podcast is designed to help listeners gain an understanding about what is perhaps the most pressing issue facing humanity and the planet: rising global temperatures caused by the burning of fossil fuels. Hosts Ben Adler and David Knowles interview some of the leading scientists in the country to help explain how we came to this inflection point and what the stakes are going forward. The podcast lays out the science of climate change in a way that o ...
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“Crisis to Comeback: Your Local Climate Action Podcast” is a Western Colorado local and regional weekly short-form podcast that explores the impacts of climate change and the state of warming in Delta County and Western Colorado, and local climate actions taken by individual citizens, businesses, and government. Get informed, inspired and empowered by listening to these short episodes and become part of the solution to addressing our rapidly changing local climate. These podcasts may be used ...
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Will hemp become a new building material staple in the construction industry? In this episode, I talk with an Illinois general contractor who is using hemp insulation and and is anticipating building future projects with hempcrete building blocks. #buildwithhemp #buildgreen #concrete #construction #hempcrete #fireresistant #moldresistant #rodentres…
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In this episode, we start with a construction supply staple - the building block! How do we move forward to a more sustainable building environment? Suggested elements of the ideal building block are shared and why this matters to our future buildings and those who live in them. This lays the groundwork for future interviews with those in the const…
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In this final episode of season one of Crisis to Comeback, host Kori Stanton talks with Colorado Water Center's Director, John Tracy. According to CSU’s website, "The Colorado Water Center is one of 54 Water Resources Research Institutes created by the Water Resources Act of 1964. As a division under CSU’s Office of Engagement and Extension, the Ce…
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Return to Earth is a new podcast launched in 2024 by Monica Nease Jenkins that explores solutions to our climate crisis. Climate change is her passion but understands that addressing that crisis starts with each of us. We each have a role to play. Which one will you choose? SHOW NOTES: https://drawdown.org/the-bookhttps://www.climaterealityproject.…
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On this episode host Kori Stanton interviews Andrew Rickert, Program Manager for Colorado’s Weather Modification Program which is through the Colorado Water Conservation Board aka CWCB. Andrew has been managing the state's Weather Modification Program for five years and was recently in the field helping measure Colorado's snowpack statewide. Andrew…
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This episode features a conversation (based around the carbon cycle) with political economist, climate change advisor and North Fork Valley resident, Calla Rose Ostrander. Calla Rose is also the co-creator and host of 'Rain & Shine'—another podcast produced by Kori Stanton. If you have any nature or science questions for Calla Rose you can reach he…
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This episode features John Miller who is the Soil Health Program Manager through the Colorado Department of Agriculture. John was born and raised on a cattle ranch in Delta County, he has a background in engineering and prior to working for the CDA he spent over 11 years working for the Delta Conservation District teaching people irrigation water m…
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This week's episode feature's a conversation with Dr. Heidi Steltzer. Dr. Steltzer is a Professor of Environment and Sustainability at Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO where she’s been teaching for the last 15 years. She's been living in and studying Colorado since 1994. She founded the Heidi Mountains Cooperative, a non-profit field station & ret…
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This episode features Paonia resident, Elizabeth Agee. Elizabeth is passionate about helping people build their connection with the natural world through gardening and conservation. In 2015, she moved to Colorado to study permaculture at Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute, seed saving at Rocky Mountain Seed School, Holistic Management at…
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This episode features a conversation Ben Katz, Public Lands Program Director, for the Western Slope Conservation Center, a non-profit organization based in the North Fork Valley. Ben shares his perspective on how climate is affecting Public Lands in the North Fork Valley and regionally on the Western Slope Click here to learn more about the 30x30 M…
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This episode features Executive Director and co-founder of 350 Colorado, Micah Parkin. 350 Colorado has been around for the last 10 years. It is a statewide movement-building organization around the issue of climate change with a focus on transitioning to a sustainable future. Micah has been doing climate and clean energy advocacy work for 27 years…
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This episode features Paonia resident, communications consultant, and climate advocate Anne Lee Foster. Prior to moving to the Western Slope, Ann Lee was living in Boulder and was the Director of Communications and Community Engagement at Colorado Rising where she served as the ballot initiative proponent and the lead spokesperson for the propositi…
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Part 2 of an interview with Hotchkiss, Colorado resident Wade Pridgen. Wade is a self described misfit from Florida, he has an extensive background in land surveying for large infrastructure projects and he worked in the oil and gas industry from 2014 to 2021. He is now retired and spends his days living in an RV on his little bit of land with his …
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Over the next two episodes we'll hear from Hotchkiss, Colorado resident Wade Pridgen. Wade is a self described misfit from Florida, he has an extensive background in land surveying for large infrastructure projects and he worked in the oil and gas industry from 2014 to 2021. He is now retired and spends his days living in an RV on his little bit of…
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This episode of "Crisis to Comeback" features Christie Ashwanden who is the Executive Director of the Grand Mesa Nordic Council. Christie has been involved with this western slope organization since 2004, she is also a journalist and has served on several local nonprofit boards over the last 20 years. Here is a link to the Grand Mesa Nordic Council…
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The Colorado Farm & Food Alliance grew from the grassroots efforts of western Colorado agricultural operators, ranchers, food producers, and community members who organized in opposition to a series of ill-advised oil and gas lease sales in the North Fork Valley. Since then we have broadened our work to strengthening the local food movement, buildi…
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Sophia Cheng and Emma Palmer in conversation with Judith Anderson. Sophia is developing a collaborative creative project involving personal stories from self-identifying women wrestling with these two topics at the same time. She and her colleagues want to challenge the taboo and put this conversation on the map, NOT to position one woman against a…
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With so much at stake globally, Yahoo News’ own David Knowles and Ben Adler discuss what to expect during the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland as well as what to look forward to in this new podcast series. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/pri…
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Adelle Thomas is a senior Caribbean research associate for the think tank Climate Analytics, and a co-author of the recently released Sixth Assessment Working Group II report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. She joins The Climate Crisis Podcast to discuss the concept of climate justice and how it relates to the new IPCC report. G…
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David Wallace-Wells covers climate change for New York magazine. He joined Yahoo News on the Climate Crisis podcast to discuss his recent cover story making the case for climate reparations through rich countries removing carbon from the atmosphere. GUEST: David Wallace-Wells (@dwallacewells), Deputy Editor, New York magazine & Author of THE UNINHA…
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Yahoo News Senior Editor and cohost of The Climate Crisis Podcast Ben Adler talks to longtime environmental activist and journalist Bill McKibben about his newest venture: Third Act, an organization intended to mobilize older Americans in the fight against climate change and in defense of voting rights. McKibben tells Adler his thoughts on the outc…
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Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg tells us that systemic racism in the design and location of highways in American cities and suburbs continues to adversely affect low-income neighborhoods and communities of color. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Priv…
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With a population of just over 11,000 residents, Tuvalu is an idyllic South Pacific atoll consisting of nine low-lying islands whose highest elevation is roughly 15 feet. Thanks to sea level rise, each year that elevation shrinks a little bit more. The Finance Minister Seve Paeniu joins to discuss. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info…
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Samantha Power, administrator of the United States Agency for International Development, said Monday that President Biden's pledge to donate $3 billion annually to help developing nations adapt to climate change is a crucial commitment, but acknowledged that addressing rampant corruption in countries that will need those funds could prove challengi…
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Yahoo News Senior Editors Ben Adler and David Knowles, alongside Yahoo News Reporter and Producer Eve Hartley, break down everything that happened during the first week of COP26 from Glasgow, Scotland. The announcements, the surprises, the mood, who didn't show up, and what's in store for the second week of the conference. See acast.com/privacy for…
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The US Secretary of Energy, Jennifer Granholm, has announced a number of initiatives in regards to the climate crisis while attending COP26 in Glasgow. Initiatives such as carbon removal "earthshots," funding for the "SuperTruck" program, and excited Over nuclear power. Climate Crisis Podcast co-host Ben Adler caught up with Secretary Granholm to h…
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Climate Scientist Peter Gleick, having testified before Congress multiple times on the risks climate change poses to agriculture and access to clean drinking water, has long warned that global temperature rise poses a threat to the hydrologic cycle. Much of his own research, as well, has been born out over time. See acast.com/privacy for privacy an…
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Benjamin Strauss is the president and CEO of Climate Central, a non-profit that tries to educate policy makers and the public about the threats posed by climate change. He has testified before Congress on the number of American houses that will be threatened due to sea level rise caused by climate change and noted that current estimates are that se…
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Klaus Jacob has been studying climate change for more than half a century and served on the New York City Mayor's Panel on Climate Change for over a decade. During that time, he told us he has seen "more and more severe disasters," and he has urged policymakers to prepare for the far-worse events to come. Currently a special research scientist at t…
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With each and every passing year, scientists grow more certain that climate change is behind many of today’s extreme weather events. On this episode of “The Climate Crisis Podcast,” Yahoo News talks to UCLA climate scientist Daniel Swain about the growing confidence of linking distinct weather events with rising global temperatures. See acast.com/p…
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Dahr Jamail is the author of " The End of Ice: Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning in the Path of Climate Disruption". He is an award winning journalist and is a leading voice in this field.In the coronavirus times we live in it is easy to overlook that the threat of the climate situation has not disappeared. Dahr is one of the leading voices in th…
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Award winning journalist and author of the End of Ice, Dahr Jamail talks with us about the social and political implications of the Coronavirus. And shares with us his experience of being in lockdown in Washington State, USA. In this 2 part interview, Dahr discusses how the Coronavirus underlines the same economic issues that have led to the climat…
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We interview Canadian doctor and clinical assistant professor Christine Gibson about the coronavirus epidemic that is affecting everyone worldwide. From the facts and myths about it, to immediate self care to care of the community as well as discussing its very real connection to the climate crisis and our readiness.Christine Gibsons website: www.c…
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Head of Greenpeace Australasia, David Ritter is a powerful voice for political change and activism. From his talk and an interview we did at Woodford at the start of this year David talks about the Chernobyl moment Australia faced with the fires and some confronting comparisons between Australia's political leaders and those of Russia.The Coronavir…
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In this Podcast Renee Lertzman talks about 'this moment we are in now', collective awakening and how to respond emotionally without shame or judgement with Caroline Hickman. They talk about the vulnerability faced in ‘speaking’, fears about being openly angry, and falling in love. Renee discusses themes explored in her recent Ted talk, windows of t…
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We interview Catherine Ingram, author of Facing Extinction, social and environmental journalist and spiritual teacher about the inner strength needed to meet the Climate Crisis with an open heart. In this interview we explore the importance of acceptance and courage and what that means when humanity is facing the greatest challenge of all time. For…
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Tree Staunton, Clinical Director of BCPC talks with Caroline Hickman about our current climate and biodiversity crisis, and the important role that psychotherapists may have in facing these difficult truths, and supporting a self -reflective dialogue about our relationship to the world around us as well as our responsibility for it. Asking many que…
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In this podcast Sally Weintrobe, psychoanalyst and editor of Engaging with Climate Change, is in conversation with Caroline Hickman about the natural relationship which children have with animals. They feel close to them and fascinated by them. Sally sees our prevailing culture of un-care as working to break links between humans and animals and to …
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In our follow up interview with Psychologist Dr Aimee Mann we ask questions about how to live and try stay psychologically healthy in midst of climate breakdown. Aimee gives great advice on how to deal with Climate Trauma and find a place of safety and peace amongst the strong feelings that the climate crisis can bring up in us.…
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Clover Hogan is a 20-year-old climate activist, researcher on eco-anxiety, and the founder of Force of Nature. In this Podcast, Clover Hogan talks with Caroline Hickman about how depth psychology transformed her approach to her activism, the role of holding despair and optimism in the same breath, and her path to igniting agency in a diversity of a…
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In this podcast we talk to professor Richard Hil. about Greta Thunberg, neoliberalism and his own personal calling and responses to "the great unravelling" i.e the enormous changes that the climate crisis is bringing to the world as we have known it.To find out more about Prof Hil and Ngara Institute go to https://www.ngarainstitute.org.au/…
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A series of moving conversations from a Deep Adaptation Workshop with Professor Jem Bendell and Katie Carr. Four professional women of different ages and nationalities explore what the Climate Crisis means to them and their vocations. We interviewed a doctor, a psychotherapist a managing director and a Death Cafe facilitator. It's a journey deep in…
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Hot House Earth - Interview with Climate Scientist Ian LoweOn Today’s show we interview Australia’s preeminent climate scientist Professor Ian Lowe... What is the latest research and predictions from climate science? How does climate change impact our future and our survival as a species?由Michael Shaw & Michelle Walter
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This is our latest podcast with Nell Azuri representing "climate for change" . She is talking about why we shy away from feeling the depth of the crises, her own journey through it and how she is helping people come into conversation and action.For more information about Climate For Change or Nell Azuri please visit:https://www.climateforchange.org…
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Powerful interview with Catherine Ingram, spiritual teacher and author of extended essay Facing Extinction. Catherine talks candidly about the environmental crisis and the research that led her to believe we may be facing human extinction. She shares her insight into how to face the upcoming times without blame or denial and the opportunity inheren…
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