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Environmental Insights: Conversations on policy and practice from the Harvard Environmental Economics Program. PHOTO: by Gustavo Quepón on Unsplash
 
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Environmental Experts Radio

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Environmental Experts Radio

The PEOPLE Chronicles Radio

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Join Liberty Environmental’s experts in discussing topics of current interest in the environmental field, as they affect business and industry. This podcast is an informative and engaging discussion about environmental challenges by specialists in environmental due diligence, site remediation, air quality, regulatory compliance, natural resources, and other areas.
 
EPR is Connecting Environmental Professionals through Conversation! Our show is brought to you by the National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP) and follows environmental professionals at all levels of their career in a variety of industries to bring you a nuanced and informed discussion on what it’s like to work in the environmental arena. Hear us talk through failures, struggles, and successes of the typical environmental professional. We will also highlight news, updates, ...
 
The Environmental Transformation Podcast will bring you interviews with leaders in the Environmental Industry with the goal of providing Environmental, Sustainability and Safety Professionals, as well as and Business leaders with information about industry trends, regulatory changes, digital and software technologies, and service providers that are transforming the industry.
 
Our podcast series is designed to provide insight into the lives of environmental professionals. What drives them? How did they get where they are today? Why do they do what they do? The selection of Chartered Environmentalists, Registered Environmental Practitioners and Registered Environmental Technicians that we’ll be interviewing each month is as diverse as our register is, with our podcasts featuring environmental experts from across a variety of sectors and disciplines. Areas of expert ...
 
What *really* gets people to take action for the planet? Environmental engineer, designer, and author, Katie Patrick, takes you on a wild intellectual journey into the heart of the environmental psyche. Katie hunts down the latest behavioral science literature from top universities such as Harvard, MIT, and Stanford to unearth the evidence-based teachings you can use to get more people to adopt your environmental campaign, product, or behavior. Warning: Best for deep sustainability nerds. Si ...
 
PennFuture (pennfuture.org) is an environmental advocacy nonprofit leading the transition to a clean energy economy in Pennsylvania and beyond. We are protecting our air, water and land, and empowering citizens to build sustainable communities for future generations. PennFuture's Environmental Voices podcast was created for one simple reason: to lift up voices in communities across Pennsylvania who are fighting against pollution, environmental injustice, and for healthy communities and people.
 
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The Global Energy & Environmental Law Podcast

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The Global Energy & Environmental Law Podcast

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

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A discussion of global and local environmental law issues. Produced by the EinStrong Foundation and the International Environmental Law Committee of the American Branch of the International Law Association. Hosted by Myanna Dellinger.
 
This podcast's for anyone wanting to explore the big issues, stretching your thinking in relatable ways. Well known personalities, Stuart ‘The Wildman’ Mabbutt and photographer William Mankelow, who aren't experts, but have opinions, authentic views and no scripts. Join them on meandering conversations about nature, philosophy, climate, the human condition, sustainability, and social justice. Sometimes joined by guests, or discussing listener questions between themselves. Always full of fun ...
 
The story of our environment may well be the most important story this century. We focus on issues facing people and the planet. Leading environmentalists, organizations, activists, and conservationists discuss meaningful ways to create a better and more sustainable future. Participants include EARTHDAY.ORG, Greenpeace, UNESCO World Heritage Centre, PETA, European Environment Agency, Peter Singer, 350.org, UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development, Ci ...
 
Environmental Studies and Sciences is a podcast covering some of the latest research on environmental issues and hot topics in the environmental field, with leading academics and upcoming environmental researchers. Episodes 1-17 are sponsored by the Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. The host is Dr. Chris Parsons.
 
These exhilarating videos portray courageous, inventive activists on the frontlines of environmental justice addressing the fair distribution of environmental benefits and burdens. They’re engaging all people in the development, implementation and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations and policies. They’re embedding principles of equity, access and precaution in governance, development, and environmental policy and planning. Since 1990, Bioneers has acted as a fertile hub of social ...
 
Here at ‘Environmental Talks with Slungile’ we highlight stories focused on environmental issues. We educate our audience in matters related to human impact on the environment. We market organisations and individuals standing up for the earth and humanity. We chat with friends about everything in between the topic of the environment and sustainability. This is my work. (Description by Slungile Mbeje) Social media: Instagram: NakaThePodcast YouTube: NakaThePodcast LinkedIn: Naka WMS
 
Capitol Hill presentations by experts in the field of climate change, hosted by the American Meteorological Society's Environmental Policy Program.Producer: Larry Gillick, Assistant Professor, Digital and Broadcast Media, Shenandoah University
 
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In February 2022, Stuart and William, co-hosts of the well-established The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast, launched the new mini-series 'Indigenous Voices'. For this next instalment, they were joined by Chase Iron Eyes for an interesting conversation, when they revisited a listener question from Adriana in The Netherlands, which …
 
Welcome back to Environmental Professionals Radio, Connecting the Environmental Professionals Community Through Conversation, with your hosts Laura Thorne and Nic Frederick! On today’s episode, we talk with Chris Whitehead, Air Practice Leader at Enviro-Sciences (of Delaware), Inc. and NAEP member, about Air Quality, Environmental Justice and Cumul…
 
"I think the environment is such a challenging problem. Two of the major reasons for that are that it's a commons problem. Basically, there's a greater good, and we all have to sacrifice a little bit individually to achieve that greater good. People tend to be self interested, so those kinds of problems are really challenging because, I'm sitting h…
 
A live webcast will be streamed at 11:00 AM EDT at www.eesi.org/livecast.The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) invites you to a briefing on corporate climate risk, resilience, and disclosures. The climate crisis is increasingly impacting companies of all sizes by threatening valuable assets, operations, and supply chains. At the same …
 
This episode is a short tutorial on my custom behavior mapping process for climate action. It's the most powerful thing I've ever learned how to do and once I learned how to do it, it changed everything. If you're trying to influence humans to take any action at all for the climate, you need to learn how to behavior map. It's the secret to great id…
 
Dr. Ashley Gripper joins the Agents of Change in Environmental Justice podcast to discuss how gardening and farming increase community healing and personal agency in Black communities and beyond.โดย Agents of Change in Environmental Justice
 
Daniel Jacob, the Vasco McCoy Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry and Environmental Engineering at Harvard, shared his perspectives on methane and its sources, transport, and measurements in the newest episode of “Environmental Insights: Discussions on Policy and Practice from the Harvard Environmental Economics Program,” a podcast produced by the H…
 
In the second part of our two-episode discussion with retired Pennsylvania DEP Geologist Manager Walter Payne, we explore Walter's personal perspectives on what it takes to be an effective environmental regulator, and what challenges lie ahead for public policymakers that aim to protect the environment while encouraging economic growth and innovati…
 
This month's new release is a conversation between Paul Field CEnv MIEMA, Environmental & Compliance Manager at Janus International Europe Ltd ,​ and Dr Emma Wilcox CEnv, Chief Executive, here at Society for the Environment (SocEnv). Paul was awarded his registration through the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) and was na…
 
Environmental Voices: The PennFuture Podcast - Episode 5: A Shared Vision for Pennsylvania's Environment and Communities As we approach the fall elections, securing our shared vision has never been more urgent. Tune into our latest episode to learn about the behind-the-scenes efforts by more than 30 advocacy organizations to develop “A Shared Visio…
 
Myanna Dellinger interviews Guðný Nielsen who explains how her organization, SoGreen, uses carbon offsets for the education of girls in Africa and how that, in turn, helps reduce climate change. SoGreen is an Icelandic Climate Tech startup based out of her hometown Reykjavik, Iceland. SoGreen focuses on scaling up climate solutions that are founded…
 
“Who do you wish you’d never met?” The above is very direct question, set by listener Brian in Longnor, Staffordshire, England, which provoked an interesting discussion between co-hosts Stuart and William. They discuss how everyone you meet has some impact on your life in some way, they explore regret and how anybody can distance themselves from it…
 
Award winning activist and researcher Raj Patel has teamed up with innovative environmental historian and historical geographer Jason W. Moore to produce an accessible book which provides historical explanations for the world ecological crises and the global crisis in capitalism. Using the framework of "cheapness," A History of the World in Seven C…
 
Philip Fernbach is an Associate Professor of Marketing and Co-Director of the Center for Research on Consumer Financial Decision Making at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Leeds School of Business. He’s published widely in the top journals in cognitive science, consumer research and marketing, and received the ACR Early Career Award for Contrib…
 
Based on fieldwork among state officials, NGOs, politicians, and activists in Costa Rica and Brazil, A Future History of Water (Duke UP, 2019) traces the unspectacular work necessary to make water access a human right and a human right something different from a commodity. Andrea Ballestero shows how these ephemeral distinctions are made through fo…
 
How the Biosphere Works: Fresh Views Discovered While Growing Peppers (CRC Press, 2022) offers a simple and novel theoretical approach to understanding the history of the biosphere, including humanity’s place within it. It also helps to clarify what the possibilities and limitations are for future action. This is a subject of wide interest because …
 
To contribute to the discussion hosts Stuart and William, mark International Day of Peace, in this bonus episode of The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast. Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on the 21st of September. The UN General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ide…
 
German ambitions to transform Southwest Africa in the early part of the twentieth century were futile and resulted in the widespread death and suffering of indigenous populations. For years colonists wrestled ocean waters, desert landscapes, and widespread aridity as they tried to reach inland in their effort to turn outwardly barren lands into a p…
 
“Do you ever imagine you’ll be a daily podcast?” In a very short episode of this podcast, Stuart and William discuss the above question, which was sent in by Alison in Driffield, Gloucestershire, England. During this conversation they go into depth about the podcast, and how they currently see its future, in particular how we'd need more of a struc…
 
Capital is currently cannibalizing every sphere of life–guzzling wealth from nature and racialized populations, sucking up our ability to care for each other, and gutting the practice of politics. In Cannibal Capitalism: How our System is Devouring Democracy, Care, and the Planet and What We Can Do About It (Verso, 2022), leading Marxist feminist t…
 
In this book, Abby L. Goode reveals the foundations of American environmentalism and its enduring connections to racism, eugenics, and agrarian ideals. Throughout the nineteenth century, writers as diverse as Martin Delany, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, and Walt Whitman worried about unsustainable conditions such as population growth and plantation sla…
 
What if wilderness is bad for wildlife? This question motivates the philosophical investigation in Wilderness, Morality, and Value (Lexington Books, 2022). Environmentalists aim to protect wilderness, and for good reasons, but wilderness entails unremittent, incalculable suffering for its non-human habitants. Given that it will become increasingly …
 
From the United Kingdom to Italy, from Brazil to the Gambia to the USA, Philip Lymbery, the internationally acclaimed author of Farmageddon, goes behind the scenes of industrial farming and confronts 'Big Agriculture', where mega-farms, chemicals and animal cages are sweeping the countryside and jeopardising the air we breathe, the water we drink, …
 
Alex Nathanson's book A History of Solar Power Art and Design (Routledge, 2021) examines the history of creative applications of photovoltaic (PV) solar power, including sound art, wearable technology, public art, industrial design, digital media, building integrated design, and many others. The growth in artists and designers incorporating solar p…
 
"Stuart, you say you dye your hair to prompt conversations about the climate crisis. Does the fact you are causing pollution doing that make you a hypocrite?” Stuart and William undertake quite a philosophical meandering chat around the above question, from Robin in Furness Vale, Derbyshire, England (Sorry Robin, William called you Rob near the sta…
 
How do we persuade homeowners to make climate upgrades to their homes such as electrifying, installing solar, or improving energy efficiency? Do we persuade them using environmental facts and energy data, or is a social mechanism more effective, like sparking a conversation with a neighbor or friend? Our guest today is Brian Southwell. Brian is the…
 
How we relate to orphaned space matters. Voids, marginalia, empty spaces—from abandoned gas stations to polluted waterways—are created and maintained by politics, and often go unquestioned. In Loving Orphaned Space: The Art and Science of Belonging to Earth (Temple UP, 2022), Mrill Ingram provides a call to action to claim and to cherish these negl…
 
Welcome back to Environmental Professionals Radio, Connecting the Environmental Professionals Community Through Conversation, with your hosts Laura Thorne and Nic Frederick! On today’s episode, we talk with Larry Selzer, President and CEO of The Conservation Fund about Conservation Economics, Carbon Capture, and Climate Change. Read his full bio be…
 
Can spiritually and religiously inspired environmental movements in Asia help reach the global goal of environmental sustainability? This question lies at the heart of the research project “Transcendence and Sustainability: Asian Visions with Global Promise” that we focus on in this episode. Also known as TRANSSUSTAIN, the project builds on the obs…
 
"At the Safina Center, we're trying to work on values. Values I think are the fundamental thing. If you resonate with the values we're expressing, you would feel differently about the prices of things, just, for instance, oil and coal are really very cheap. They are priced cheaply. The price, the value, and the cost of things are three really diffe…
 
Carl Safina’s lyrical non-fiction writing explores how humans are changing the living world, and what the changes mean for non-human beings and for us all. His work has been recognized with MacArthur, Pew, and Guggenheim Fellowships, and his writing has won Orion, Lannan, and National Academies literary awards and the John Burroughs, James Beard, a…
 
We know that plants are important. They maintain the atmosphere by absorbing carbon dioxide and producing oxygen. They nourish other living organisms and supply psychological benefits to humans as well, improving our moods and beautifying the landscape around us. But plants don't just passively provide. They also take action. Beronda L. Montgomery …
 
Rhode Island, has had a very dry summer season and it’s unusual to have so much rain fall in a very short time in the month of September, but that’s what happen last week. In this episode we are going to discuss the historic amount of rain fall that we experienced last week. We had so much rain that it actually flooded Interstate 95 in Providence a…
 
By most accounts, the twentieth century was not kind to utopian thought. The violence of two world wars, Cold War anxieties, and a widespread sense of crisis after the 1973 global oil shock appeared to doom dreams of a better world. The eventual victory of capitalism and, seemingly, liberal democracy relieved some fears but exchanged them for compl…
 
“What hinders you guys as people?” Co-hosts, Stuart and William, discuss the above question, from Ash in Icomb, Gloucestershire, England. During this instalment, of this well established podcast, they talk about what hinders and impedes them personally, how we can easily curb ourselves by our own stubbornness, the hinderance of your childhood, and …
 
“It's been asked before, and you’ve spoken around this I know, but can I ask again, what's the future of this podcast?” In this very short episode, Stuart and William reflect on how they see the future of this podcast. They talk about the various new mini series, for example Beyond Stereotypes and Indigenous Voices that have been launched, how they…
 
"The field of synthetic biology, which is known by some as extreme genetic engineering – that's a name mostly used by people who don't like it - amounts to a set of tools that humans have developed to be able to very precisely and accurately change the genetic code, the DNA of living organisms in order to get those organisms to do things that human…
 
Kent H. Redford is a conservation practitioner and Principal at Archipelago Consulting established in 2012 and based in Portland, Maine, USA. Archipelago Consulting was designed to help individuals and organizations improve their practice of conservation. Prior to Archipelago Consulting Kent spent 10 years on the faculty of University of Florida an…
 
Ever see those giant ships in port and wonder how it keeps balanced when fully loaded? The ship’s hull can store what is called Ballast water (freshwater or ocean) in it to provide stability and maneuverability during a voyage. That’s this weeks topic, Ballast water. We are going to discuss what happens when a ship travels from one port to the next…
 
"Many of us are now aware that bees are in trouble due to manmade changes to the environment. Large-scale industrial agriculture, of course, means that often there are no floral resources over very large areas of farmland, and bees' flexibility in locating food sources of course can cope with that to some extent because they're very good at locatin…
 
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