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Welcome to My Climate Story, where we meet inspiring Leeds alumni around the globe who are helping to combat the climate crisis. In the build-up to COP26, this mini-series is a chance for the Leeds community to learn more about climate action, how others are making a difference, and how they too might help create a more sustainable future.
 
Climate Crisis Conversations, ‘Catastrophe or Transformation’ is a podcast series 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. Series 2 will begin later in Autumn 2020. Watch this space!
 
A podcast for busy people who want to save the planet by completing one simple eco-challenge at a time. The vision for this show is to engage, educate and empower people to reduce their carbon footprint and solve our climate crisis by completing various small eco-challenges. Produced by Heard Not Seen Media, Inc.
 
Psychology vs climate change: what we think, why we think it, and how it all adds up to a planet-sized emergency. Each episode host Dave Powell interviews experts in how our brains work - from PhDs in psychology to writers, activists and beyond. They'll talk about how their brains and our brains do (and don't) work, and how all of that might help make sense of the climate crisis - and possibly what to do about it.
 
The Coolest Show presented by Hip Hop Caucus’ Think 100% comes out every Monday. Subscribe today! Season 3 of The Coolest Show redefines how we win on climate and environmental justice centering Black and Brown climate activists and communities of color. Host Rev Yearwood brings his charismatic and loving self to each conversation, and creates a space where guests speak from their souls. This season focuses on how the climate crisis connects to our realities, who’s responsible for the crisis ...
 
As the climate crisis deepens, we are becoming more aware of just how badly we have failed to respect our most precious asset: nature. We depend entirely on it for our food, our air, our water and our shelter, and yet, we have been neglecting and exploiting nature for decades, even centuries. Nature-based solutions (NbS) promise to redress the balance by restoring habitats and ecosystems. In doing so, we can tackle the biodiversity crisis, meet our climate targets, adapt to flood and drought ...
 
Climate Changers features interviews with remarkable entrepreneurs, scientists, activists, educators and other leaders who are taking initiative as we face a growing climate crisis. Climate Changers is for people who are tired of feeling helpless and want to hear real stories from thoughtful and effective leaders who are on the front lines of building the products and coalitions that will create change The future is worth fighting for, so join me in this weekly celebration of the heroes who ...
 
2021 has been a year - not just a moment - of incredible change. From the geographical and economic imbalance of the vaccine rollout to the global implications of Black Lives Matter, this has been a year of transformation - both good and bad. The climate crisis is at the heart of much of this upheaval, and a key moment in the fight against it will be the COP26 meeting in Glasgow in November. To mark this, series 2 of 'A Moment of Change' is talking to key changemakers from the worlds of food ...
 
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Net Present Value

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Net Present Value

TMO aka Thomas Morgan

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Net Present Value explores the intersection of money, meaning, our impact and the legacy we create. Was focused on Impact, Income and Return in the context of real estate and impact investing but now 100% focused on using the power to the private markets to slow global warming and reverse climate change. Carbon reduction and carbon removal is important and needed but so are intact ecosystems, habitat and biodiversity. If we destroy much more of our functioning natural systems it won't really ...
 
The fashion industry has become well known as a major contributor to the climate crisis and social injustices. However, with this knowledge comes action, with a growing number of brands and experts stepping up to improve industry practices. From developing sustainable fabrics to supporting worker communities. On The Sustainable Fashion Wingman, we talk to these innovators and brands leading the way in making fashion more sustainable and ethical. Helping you dress, live, and work more sustain ...
 
Loam Listen is an expression of our belief at Loam that creative community can be a catalyst for resilience and reimagination in the heart of climate chaos. As the systems surrounding us collapse, it feels especially vital to nurture new ways of being through creating spaces for radical artists, activists, educators, and entrepreneurs in our community to share their stories on their terms. How can we continue to grow our capacity to be in right relationship with the Earth and with each other ...
 
Providing high quality capacity building programs for financial supervisors and regulators to build more stable and inclusive financial systems. Toronto Centre is an independent not-for-profit organization that promotes financial stability and access to financial services globally, particularly in emerging markets and developing countries. www.torontocentre.org What financial supervisors and regulators do every day has a ripple effect that cascades across government, NGOs, and the private se ...
 
Inquisitive actor, Tom Ward-Thomas explores the many different facets of climate change. Through talking with the experts he takes a practical, positive approach and finds out more about the human impact on the planet, what has been done, what is being done, and what we as people can do to fix the climate crisis. @planetandthepeople (Facebook & Instagram) @planetandthep (twitter)
 
#WakeUpWalkTowards is a podcast from the heart, at the intersection of spirituality, justice, and healing. Catherine Cadden, Jiva Manske, and Jordan Torres interview elders, young organizers, artists, healers, and changemakers building beyond climate crisis and colonial collapse to heal our past, reimagine our present, and protect our future.
 
On a mission to get people excited and optimistic about the huge challenge of fixing our future. A podcast about big changes in life and career. My goal with this podcast is to create a space where the listeners can be inspired and encouraged to discover new possibilities in a changing world. Climate crisis, economical crisis, COVID crisis....we are facing challenges that can seem hard to overcome.Nobody knows the future. But looking back from the future, I believe that the periode we are li ...
 
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Boom Gardens

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Boom Gardens

Cassandra & Dylan Boom

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Humanity and Nature are Not Separate We must see them as one and do our part to fix the climate crisis. Our Goal is To promote reconnection with nature by teaching earthlings about their planet, one plant at a time. This podcast is all about that reconnection to nature through the one our bodies and minds crave deeply, as earthlings.
 
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Planet in Crisis

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Planet in Crisis

Scientists Warning Europe

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Conversations with scientists exploring science-based ways to protect the future of our planet, our children, and other creatures that share our World. We live on a planet in crisis. Scientists have warned us about the rapidly increasing dangers of climate change and destruction of the biosphere - specifically in the 1992, 2017 and 2019 World Scientists’ Warnings which were signed by 1,700; 15,000 and 11,000 scientists respectively when issued. Initial episodes of this podcast feature sessio ...
 
Want to live ethically? Or organically? How about just sustainably? And without drastically changing your lifestyle or blowing up your bank account? My Green Podcast with Jarvis, Jo, and Katie is the show about accessible, sustainable living. They bring you tips on healthy living and the latest environmental news. They’ll let you know what food and products you can buy that won’t cost the earth – literally or figuratively – and will be joined by special guests who tell us what they do every ...
 
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Reckonings

Stephanie Lepp

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*NOTE: Reckonings is on hiatus while I look for a home for the show. If you have ideas, be in touch: stephanie@infinitelunchbox.com. In the meantime, enjoy Reckonings-related media! Check out Deep Reckonings: deepreckonings.com and Infinite Lunchbox: bit.ly/influnch.* How do we change our hearts and minds? What moves us to shift our political worldviews, transcend extremism, and bring our values into the workplace? Reckonings is an exploration of how we look in the mirror, and grow from what ...
 
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Leading Las Vegas

UNLV Emergency and Crisis Management Program

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Leading Las Vegas is a podcast produced by the Emergency and Crisis Management Program at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Each season, students in a Leadership, Innovation and Adaptability class interview prominent leaders, who discuss their leadership approaches, and how they prepare for, respond to, and recover from shocks and stresses faced by the community. Las Vegas is known for being the entertainment capital of the world. However, it is also a complex environment, with a highly d ...
 
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Help Drive Climate Action at COP26 Support our record-breaking campaign for COP26. There are just a few days left. https://bit.ly/warningintoaction What actions must be taken at COP26, and what happens if this doesn't happen? What can individuals do to help tackle the climate crisis? Find out in this short interview with energy expert, Professor Ch…
 
What exactly is a green job and why do we need a just transition? Green jobs should be an answer to address both the urgent economic and environmental needs for society, but what exactly are they? And how do we ensure that in the transition to a new green economy that no one is left behind? This week on the A Moment of Change podcast we’re joined b…
 
What exactly is a green job and why do we need a just transition? Green jobs should be an answer to address both the urgent economic and environmental needs for society, but what exactly are they? And how do we ensure that in the transition to a new green economy that no one is left behind? This week on the A Moment of Change podcast we’re joined b…
 
Today my guest is Maria Peltokangas from Corporate Good. Maria has been working in Sweden, Malaysia, Singapore and Norway in the IT and oil- and gas industry with marketing and communications. In 2015 she changed direction and has since then dedicated her time and effort to corporate responsibility and sustainability. She is also a Climate Reality …
 
The majority of petrochemical production in the United States has always taken place on the Gulf Coast. But, with low-priced shale gas from fracking in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia, the industry sees the Ohio River Valley as a manufacturing goldmine. Twenty-nine new gas-fired power plants are projected or under construction in Pennsylvania…
 
In Texas, between 2000 and 2016, petrochemical refineries released more than 400 million pounds of pollution into the air. However, in all that time, the Environmental Protection Agency never once consulted the most affected people. The Coolest Show Host Rev Yearwood dives into this issue with two experts from the Coalition for Environment, Equity …
 
In Louisiana, petrochemical factories are built upon the bones of African Americans as communities have been transformed into industrial structures. Sharon Lavigne is the founder of RISE St. James, a faith-based grassroots organization formed to advocate for racial and environmental justice. Lavigne sits down with Rev Yearwood to discuss how we can…
 
In this episode host Vincent Heeringa is joined by Forest Scientist and Tāne's Tree Trust trustee Dr. Jacqui Aimers, Erana Walker a Phd in waiting at Waikato University and Howell Davies a multi-decade arboriculturalist and urban streetscape expert with Auckland City Council. The discussion covers a number of fascinating topics including; the impor…
 
One of the biggest messages scientists should warn policymakers with is that “GDP growth is just the wrong goal for the 21st century.” That’s the conclusion reached by Brian Czech, Executive Director of the Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy. In this presentation, Czech quickly hones in on two of the most controversial topics in…
 
Food affects all areas of life - it drives our bodies, our communities and our politics. The food system is complex, nuanced and powerful, but in this changing environment it can be difficult for us to understand how to move towards a truly sustainable system. In this episode, we speak to India Langley, Head of Communications at LettUsGrow to consi…
 
Welcome to season 3 of Stories for the future! This season will focus on creating action. Actions change our beliefs and the time to act is now. You will get to meet people who act, and my goal is that you will get inspired to act yourself. We are 7.8 billion superheroes on this planet and we need everyone to discover their special superpower. With…
 
Amy Looper is an AI EdTech/MedTech social venture entrepreneur and the Co-Founder/COO of OneSeventeen Media. With nine partners and a stellar team, she grew her first tech company 8,164% in 35 months resulting in a $158M IPO. Now on her fourth company, Amy and her partner have built a digital mental health & analytics platform called reThinkIt! for…
 
In the last episode of Season 1 we learn all about one of the weirdest but most important of all human brain-oddnesses: pluralistic ignorance. When you think something and lots of other people also think that thing but none of you think anyone else agrees with you, so nothing changes. Got that? Dave is joined by Professor Deborah Prentice from Prin…
 
Cancer Alley, the eighty-five-mile stretch located in the southern state of Louisiana along the lower Mississippi River where enslaved Africans were forced to labor, serves as an industrial hub, with nearly 150 oil refineries, plastics plants, and chemical facilities. Over 100,000 people live in this area who have likely suffered long-term exposure…
 
Jarvis, Jo, and Katie welcome self-confessed 'hair geek' and organic hair care pioneer, Tabitha James Kraan, about her sustainable range of products and what lead her to push the hair dressing industry towards a greener ethic. The panel also look at some recent news, including Greenpeace's report about the relationship between firms like Coca-Cola …
 
In this episode, host Vincent Heeringa is joined by Forest Ecologist Dr. Adam Forbes and Landscape Architect and Tānes Tree Trustee Paul Quinlan to explore the key principles of near-to-nature and transition forestry. What is involved in establishing and managing near-to-nature forests – how important is scale, location, eco-sourcing, and a long-te…
 
Human demand (ecological footprint) now exceeds the limited ecological budget our planet makes available (biocapacity), by at least 74%. “One planet” is not a metaphor; it is a description. It is not a goal, but rather a recognition of our context. Mathis Wackernagel, Ph.D. co-created Ecological Footprint accounting and founded Global Footprint Net…
 
Welcome to My Climate Story, where we meet inspiring Leeds alumni around the globe who are helping to combat the climate crisis. In the build-up to COP26, this mini-series is a chance for the Leeds community to learn more about climate action, how others are making a difference, and how they too might help create a more sustainable future. In episo…
 
Many industries have reopened their doors to welcome employees back into the workplace. While this might bring great relief and even excitement for some individuals, it also may stir some feelings of fear and resistance in others. It’s important to realize that all reactions are completely normal and to be expected. This podcast provides tips for l…
 
Being alive can be a lonely business, as can trying to do something about climate change. But how important to our brains is connecting with others? And in our individualised world, might we be hugely undervaluing the importance of interpersonal connection in helping society take meaningful and effective action on climate change? Joining Dave this …
 
The Road to COP26: Central Banking and Supervision in the Fast-evolving Digital Era Speakers: Cecilia Skingsley – First Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Sweden Juan Pablo Graf Noriega – President, National Banking and Securities Moderated By: Babak AbbaszadehToronto Centre による
 
For too long, people with political capital have known about water contamination and lead exposure and did nothing to fix these issues for communities of color. In many cases, elected officials made decisions to keep lead pipes in the ground for Black and Brown communities while acting swiftly to provide clean water to white communities. Jeremy Orr…
 
We talk to Esther Knight, Founder and CEO of the brand, Fanfare Label. Esther has worked in the fashion industry for over 12 years for many high street & designer brands, including Vivienne Westwood, witnessing first-hand the contrast between wasteful and responsible fashion. Fanfare Label is an award-winning circular clothing brand changing the wa…
 
John Replogle is a leader in the mission-driven brand movement, with extensive experience leading fast growth, high-performing businesses including Seventh Generation and Burt’s Bees. John believes that business is one of the most powerful forces on earth and that power must be harnessed for the greater good. John previously served as GM of Unileve…
 
Ever found yourself yelling at someone you love and thinking: hang on, what are we even fighting about? Or embroiled in a blood-pressure-raising ding-dong with a climate denier, which only succeeds in making you both hate each other even more than you did to start with? Conflict: some of us find it easy, and some of us (like Dave) very difficult. I…
 
“Growth CAN’T continue, but growth MUST continue on this current paradigm.” This is why we’re “never going to get any meaningful, adequate climate policy through our current political system and our current culture,” according to Shaun Chamberlin, author of The Transition Timeline: For a Local, Resilient Future and executive producer of the film Th…
 
Rev Yearwood speaks with Corrine Van Hook-Turner, Director of Climate Innovation at Movement Strategy Center and Dontay Wimberly, an artist in their Young Black Climate Leaders program. The Young Black Climate Leaders program amplifies young leaders and their objectives while also providing resources to succeed while asking the questions: What does…
 
This week Jarvis, Jo and Katie welcome famed endurance swimmer and UN Patron of Oceans, Lewis Pugh, about his life of conservation and his latest multi day swim in the polar regions. The panel also discuss recent stories such as the Nature Positive 2030 Report and the Surfers Against Sewage Million Mile Clean Up. For more about our guest visit lewi…
 
“Great sustainable products are really difficult to find”, Marta Kołodziejczak from e-commerce marketplace, Dayrize tells us. Hear how Dayrize, a marketplace for sustainable and ethical products, assesses its brands. Learn how the Dayrize score, unique to the marketplace enables consumers to buy consciously and with confidence. We also hear from Ma…
 
Everything changes and everything stays the same. Imagine being a squishy human brain trying to navigate that. Add on a barrage of advertising and social norms about what 'novelty' looks like, and no wonder it's so hard to make sense of what we might really want to change in our lives. And then there's climate change. There's a clue in the name: it…
 
The Global South is paying the price of the climate crisis caused by the Global North. This pattern of environmental injustice has repeated itself for decades. As we usher in a new decade, it must be the Global South and frontline communities that lead on solutions for the climate crisis. To kick off Climate Week NYC 2021, The Coolest Show Host Rev…
 
Learn how the Reading Hydro Community Benefit Society was formed to deliver hydroelectricity on the Thames for the benefit of the local community. Andy Tunstall describes in detail the planning, finances, hurdles and successes in bringing a carbon free community energy project to the English borough of Reading. Tunstall has a masters degree in rene…
 
In honor of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Foundation’s 50th year of servitude to the Black community, we interviewed 5 of its representatives, four of whom are currently serving districts across the United States. “I’m hopeful because I do think that we have a resilient system and the mechanisms in place to push back on people who are challe…
 
Final presentation of the 21 day Climate Sprint focused on Mobilizing More High Quality Climate Finance! Full video presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlyVuoG2ziY For more info or to submit your climate project go to www.corebenefits.io “Digestible” Climate Finance ClimateSprints.com, How can we best value long-term co-benefits and ecosy…
 
In honor of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Foundation’s 50th year of servitude to the Black community, we interviewed 5 of its representatives, four of whom are currently serving districts across the United States. Congressman Henry “Hank” Johnson shares how actively engaging in political movements is a declaration of faith. “But really, our …
 
In honor of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Foundation’s 50th year of servitude to the Black community, we interviewed 5 of its representatives, four of whom are currently serving districts across the United States. Congresswoman Yvette Clarke from New York’s 9th Congressional District joins Rev Yearwood and inspires the next generation as she…
 
David Bronner is the CEO, or Cosmic Engagement Officer, for Dr. Bronner’s. Family-owned and run, Dr. Bronner’s makes socially & environmentally responsible products of the highest quality—all while dedicating their profits to help make a better world. David and the rest of the Bronner family are leaders that set an example of being human, and suppo…
 
In honor of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Foundation’s 50th year of servitude to the Black community, we interviewed 5 of its representatives, four of whom are currently serving districts across the United States. “I want to end poverty in this district. I’m going to do everything in my power to work with other elected officials and whomever…
 
When we lose someone or something we love, our brains want to grieve. Why? What's going on when grieve - when we do it well, or don't do it properly? Is it grief we feel when we see huge forest fires or melting ice caps caused by climate change? And if it is - where do we put that grief, in a society that doesn't recognise it? This week Dave speaks…
 
In honor of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Foundation’s 50th year of servitude to the Black community, we interviewed 5 of its representatives, four of who are currently serving districts across the United States. “Everything that we do, we should look at [it from]a historical perspective and then connect it to what is going on now.” Rev Year…
 
In this episode, Jarvis, Jo, and Katie talk to veteran environmentalist, Jonathon Porritt about his thirty years of activism including Forum For The Future and his latest book, Hope In Hell. The panel also discuss Lewis Pugh's epic multi-day polar swim - the first ever attempted - ahead of COP26 and the Lion Trail, an international art exhibition o…
 
In this episode we hear from Fashion Roundtable’s CEO, Tamar Cincik to find out more about their “Cleaning Up Fashion” report developed in conjunction with the All Party Parliamentary Group for Ethics and Sustainability in Fashion. An in-depth and vital research report highlighting the UK fashion industry’s impacts on the environment and supply cha…
 
Methane, with 23 times the greenhouse effect of carbon dioxide, may be on the verge of a major surge. Methane is already responsible for about 30% of global warming. Arctic ice expert Professor Peter Wadhams shares what is being observed in the Arctic, and it doesn’t bode well for climate disruption and sea level rise. Wadhams is the UK’s most expe…
 
Dans ce Podcast, le président de la FSMA de Belgique ainsi que le vice-président de l’Organisation internationale des commissions de valeurs (OICV), Monsieur Jean-Paul Servais discutera des effets de la pandémie sur les régulateurs ainsi que sur les sujets sur lesquels ils devront se concentrer. Il sera également question du plan d’action 2021-22 d…
 
In this podcast, Jean-Paul Servais, Chair of the Belgian FSMA and Vice-Chair of the International Organization of Securities Commission (IOSCO) discusses the aftermath of the pandemic and what regulators should expect to face and should concentrate on. It was also an opportunity to discuss the 2021-22 IOSCO workplan and, most especially, its positi…
 
Food: yum! It keeps us alive and keeps our brains healthy (or unhealthy, all-too-often). And the food that we eat - what it is and where it comes from - is one of the most important things we're going to have to get right when it comes to climate change. Kind of a problem then that there are very few things about which we're quite so uppity and str…
 
Black Oak Collective is a networking organization that gives Black professionals the resources they need to dismantle white supremacy in the environmental movement and/or build their own institutions. Rev Yearwood speaks with Wes Gobar and Sarah Nesbit, co-founders of Black Oak Collective. The two discuss intergenerational relationship building, bu…
 
What can we do to reduce the amount of energy we use? Homes can be engineered to maintain comfort without a heating system, according to Tony Cowling, a director of the Reading Hydro Project and Reading Community Energy Society in England. Tony thinks Energy Use Reduction should be our number one priority. In this session, Cowling catalogs the myri…
 
In the face of compounding crises, the work of multidisciplinary, multidimensional folk healer Richael Faithful is a call back into healing justice. Tune in as host Amirio Freeman and Faithful explore community organizing, connection to ancestral healing traditions, care work, and the birthing of new selves in this heart-filled episode. As Richael …
 
In this Toronto Centre Podcast, Dr. Olaf Weber, Professor at the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development (SEED) at the University of Waterloo, and Shelina Visram, Toronto Centre Program Director, discuss how financial supervisors and regulators can use scenarios as part of their financial supervisory tools to manage risks and opportunitie…
 
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