Everything audiowise about climate change and sustainability
#GEELONG | #AUSTRALIA:
The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse
By Anthony Gleeson, Rusty and Mik Aidt. Examples:
» Subscribe to podcast on iTunes or Stitcher
» List of over 220 podcasts from The Sustainable Hour
#GEELONG | #AUSTRALIA:
‘Life: What’s In It For Me?’ on 94.7 The Pulse
By Phil Baulch and others
Also check out ‘Life: What’s In It For Me?’, broadcasted on Thursdays 1pm–2pm on 94.7 The Pulse with Phil Baulch, who often has guests and topics which would be of interest for The Sustainable Hour’s listeners. [Podcast function temporarily out of order]
#SYDNEY | #AUSTRALIA:
‘Greening the Apocalypse’
By Triple R
Each week the Greening the Apocalypse team talk to the tinkerers and thinkers, the freaks and geeks from permaculturists and eco-farmers to alt-tech innovators and peer-to-peer information networkers who are growing fascinating new systems through the fault lines of the old.
» Listen via www.rrrfm.libsyn.com
» Subscribe via iTunes
» 27 June 2017 podcast: Disaster Alley: Climate and Conflict with David Spratt
“We talk climate change, humanitarian crises and conflict with David Spratt, Research Coordinator for the Breakthrough National Centre for Climate Restoration. He blogs and publishes reports at ClimateCodeRed.org a site named after his co-authored 2008 book. His latest publication is Disaster Alley: Climate Change, Conflict & Risk featuring a foreword by former Pentagon official Sherri Goodman.
#MELBOURNE | #AUSTRALIA:
Beyond Zero Emissions Radio
Ten-year pathways to a zero-carbon Australia
» Community radio show
The BZE Radio Community Show is a one hour podcast focusing on climate solutions across society locally, regionally and around the globe and goes live every Monday at 5pm. The show aims to provide up-to-date news about community climate solutions and events from around Australia, including interviews with scientists, community and business leaders and economists just to name a few.
» Technology radio show
BZE Radio’s Technology Show focuses on the science and technology that can reduce the impacts of climate change – climate solutions. It is produced by Beyond Zero Emissions and broadcast on Fridays: 8:30 – 9:00 am from 3CR Community Radio in Melbourne and aired on other stations around Australia.
Beyond Zero Community
Monday 5:00pm to 6:00pm. Australian radio podcast produced by the staff of the organisation Beyond Zero Emissions. “Climate change – what’s hot and what’s not. Find out what is happening in community campaigns around the country, as well as the latest science and the solutions that are available now.”
» Latest episode: www.3cr.org.au/beyondzero
Beyond Zero Science and Solutions
Friday 8:30am to 9:00am. Australian radio podcast produced by the staff of the organisation Beyond Zero Emissions.
“Climate change – what’s hot and what’s not. Find out what is happening in community campaigns around the country, as well as the latest science and the solutions that are available now.”
» Find the latest episode on: www.3cr.org.au/beyondzero-0
#MELBOURNE | #AUSTRALIA:
Friends of the Earth campaigners and activists dig down into the dirt on important environmental and social justice issues.
Dirt Radio is a program presented by Friends of the Earth campaigners and activists. The show digs down into the dirt on important environmental and social justice issues. Exploring the campaigns, issues and communities involved in defending their local environment.
Dirt Radio is on the front line and cutting edge of the environmental movement. Each show includes a feature interview, focussing in detail on a particular environmental or social justice issue that Friends of the Earth is campaigning on or affiliated to. These include issues such as nuclear energy, climate and energy justice, coal mining, fracking, Indigenous land and water rights, the emergence of new technologies and much more.
Dirt Radio offers an opportunity for local communities to find out what is really going on in the environmental movement and potentially in their local area.
Broadcasted weekly on Tuesday from 9:30am to 10:00am.
» Latest episode:
» Dirt Radio at 3CR Melbourne – 10 April 2018:
“Everything you always wanted to know about emission reduction targets, and a climate budget, but were afraid to ask”
#PERTH | #AUSTRALIA:
Rescope Radio is produced in Western Australia and has conversations with experts, executives, artists and leaders of all kinds from around the world, to inform and inspire the personal and big picture changes we need to become a just, sustainable and flourishing society. For example:
» Podcast no 4: Building the New Economy
Living within our ecological limits. “This is about the way services are delivered, the way our food is produced, the way houses are built, the way we transport ourselves, and it is also about restructuring the way we think about our relationship with each other and the economy. Reengage with how we make a living and make a life – and that in fact is a better thing to do.”
» Learn more on www.rescopeproject.org.au
By Bank Australia
“Real stories from people who are at the forefront of social change”.
Every fortnight Bank Australia brings you a series of conversations about the ways you can create a positive impact for the community and the planet. You will hear real stories from people who are at the frontline of social change and see how individuals and businesses can work collaboratively towards common goals.
#MELBOURNE | #AUSTRALIA:
‘The Pip Permaculture Podcast’
“The podcasts feature some of the freshest voices in the permaculture movement, bringing you some inspiration and practical ideas to start living the good life.” For example:
Episode 9: David Holmgren on Retrosuburbia
Pip Permaculture Podcast is podcasted from Australia via iTunes and Soundcloud.
“Climactic is a podcast, a social media presence, and website created by two residents of Australia greatly concerned about climate change.” It was launched on Earth Day 22 April 2018. Podcast-hosts Mark Spencer and Rich Bowden want to learn more about the impacts Australia can expect from our already changing climate, how we can best prepare, and hopefully live purposefully to minimise them. For example:
Episode #8 on 6 June 2018:
“In this episode Mark talks to Oli Moraes, a facilitator trainer for Climate for Change, an environmental group that’s combining climate change conversations with a powerful model, one perfected decades ago by Tupperware. You’ll learn what made a driven university student change paths, give away his car, and dive into a passion for climate change communication and volunteering. Oli’s story is powerful, and great for any young person or university student in your life.”
» Website: www.climactic.fm
#SYDNEY | #AUSTRALIA:
Halfway to the Moon
“We’re on a journey to answer the big (and little) questions about life in an era when humans have touched every part of the globe and beyond. Join Suzanne and Lucy as they take a weekly journey into weird, wonderful, crazy and sometimes terrifying stories about nature, climate, the planet and the universe we live in today.” Examples:
Halfway to the Moon podcast interview with Bill McKibben
» Podcast interview by Halfway to the Moon
Hope and mourning in the Age of Ecocide
“The modern world is a scary place. The climate is changing, animals are dying, we don’t seem to be able to stop it – and it’s taking a toll on our mental health.” Halfway to the Moon asks: “Can we stay sane in an age of ecocide?”
‘Slow your home’
The Slow Home Podcast is all about slow living in a fast pace world, and it has so far had 2.3 million downloads.
Brooke McAlary hosts it from her home in the Blue Mountains, and it covers all sorts of useful stuff for living the slow life and reducing waste.
One of her latest programs is a list of 50 Ways to (Seriously) Reduce Your Food Waste, and there are some good reminders in there for everybody.
» Home page: www.slowyourhome.com
» Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes
‘The Environment Show’
“A leading Australian program on sustainability and the environment” using multi-media platforms, including radio, podcast and blog: “The Environment Show features important current environment issues, interviews with leading campaigners and experts, best practice and solutions to our big environmental challenges, how you can find work in the environment, travel to pristine natural places, reviews of environmental films and books, and a what’s-on guide to events.”
» Home page: www.theenvironmentshow.com
» Facebook page: www.facebook.com/EnvironmentShow
‘All Being Well’
By Kayla Robertson
“How do we thrive in a changing world? Hear the wisdom and philosophies of healers, innovators, growers and and other well-being leaders. All Being Well is a podcast taking a 360 degree approach to well-being to guide you on your personal wellness journey. This audio resource is a companion for compassionate and curious people, offering tools to cultivate a meaningful life.”
The Power of Conscious Choice with Tim Silverwood
Released 4 June 2018
Did you know that almost three quarters of our planet’s surface is covered by ocean? This has lead Tim Silverwood to believe that we should be calling it Planet Ocean rather than Planet Earth. As an environmentalist, a campaigner, and the co-founder of Take 3. He’s a dynamic voice within the movement away from single use plastics, and a refreshingly optimistic presence within the environmental movement.
In this episode you’ll discover simple tools to reduce your single use plastic pollution, and Tim’s advice on the one thing you can start doing today that will change your relationship with nature.
Revolutionary Permaculture with David Holmgren
Released 4 June 2018
In many homes worldwide, David Holmgren is a beloved name. As the co-creator of the global permaculture movement, his work has touched millions of lives, and can be seen etched into the gardens of inner city projects to community co-operatives to large-scale farms. David is not only promoting a sustainable lifestyle, but a powerful alternative life away from dependent consumerism.
Kayla had the pleasure of interviewing David at his home of Melliodora in Central Victoria, one of the best documented and well known permaculture demonstration sites worldwide. In this episode you’ll learn David’s tips for the first place to start when greening your home, and the easy ways that you can introduce permaculture into your life.
+ We have FREE resources for all listeners of this show, including resources from David’s latest book – RetroSuburbia – and a Wayapa connection video practice, when you subscribe to All Being Well’s newsletter on our website: www.allbeingwell.com.au
» Subscribe to the podcast on itunes.apple.com
The Abundant Edge
By Oliver M Goshey
Oliver Goshey is the host of ‘The Abundant Edge’ podcast where he interviews leaders and change-makers in the worlds of permaculture, natural building, and regenerative living. He is passionate about promoting healthy lifestyles that repair and advance ecosystems through symbiotic design and compassionate construction.
» Read more on www.abundantedge.com/podcast
» Subscribe to podcast on www.itunes.apple.com
#SEATTLE | #USA:
“A podcast about the different people, technologies, and organizations that are coming together to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and reverse climate change. Nori offers insights and shares success stories on how removing excess CO2 from the atmosphere is impacting our climate.”
Nori is a company on a mission to reverse climate change by removing enough carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to lower the overall concentration of CO2 below 350 parts per million.
Reversing climate change is an achievable goal. It’s not a problem of technology or engineering, but rather a problem of organization and financing. Nori sits in the middle of this space and offers a maximally efficient method of coordinating the financial incentives of all parties to remove carbon dioxide.
» Example: Podcast #28 John Elkington, Chairman & Chief Pollinator of Volans (Listen from Youtube)
‘Sustainable World Radio – Ecology and Permaculture Podcast’
By Jill Cloutier
“Learning From and Working With Nature – Interviews, news, and commentary about ecology, permaculture, organic gardening, sustainability, green living, and ethnobotany. Since 2004, Sustainable World has interviewed experts from around the globe; experts who learn from and work with nature. Tune in to discover positive solutions to environmental challenges; solutions that adhere to the Permaculture Ethics of Earth Care, People Care, and Fair Share.”
» Home page: www.sustainableworldradio.com
» To listen, open iTunes to download and subscribe to podcasts
‘The Sustainable Living Podcast’
“Tips, tools and tactics for living a heart-centered life that honors Mother Earth and her inhabitants. Topics including homesteading, yoga, home remedies, health, spirituality, prepping, survival, gardening, minimalism, permaculture, DIY, self-reliance, and more.”
“The Sustainable Nation Podcast delivers interviews with global leaders in sustainability and regenerative development twice a week. Our goal is to provide sustainability professionals, business leaders, academics, government officials and anyone interested in joining the sustainability revolution, with information and insights from the world’s most inspiring change-makers.”
» Podcast page on www.stitcher.com/podcast
» Home page: www.sustridge.com/sustainable-nation
“Each week ‘Inquiring Minds’ brings you a new, in-depth exploration of the places where science, politics, and society collide.
We’re committed to the idea that making an effort to understand the world around you though science and critical thinking can benefit everyone—and lead to better decisions. We endeavor to find out what’s true, what’s left to discover, and why it all matters with weekly coverage of the latest headlines and probing discussions with leading scientists and thinkers.”
Inquiring Minds is hosted by neuroscientist and musician Indre Viskontas and science educator Kishore Hari. It’s produced by Adam Isaak in partnership with Climate Desk, a journalistic collaboration dedicated to exploring the impact of a changing climate and consisting of The Atlantic, Center for Investigative Reporting, Grist, The Guardian, The Huffington Post Mother Jones, Slate, and Wired. Our music is provided by award-winning producer Rhian Sheehan.”
» Inquiring Minds episode about Mark Ruffalo – Our 100 Percent Clean Energy Future
In this brilliant podcast, Mark Ruffalo talks about his vision for a clean energy future, what he’s doing about it, and how you can help. If you don’t have an hour to listen to this podcast, then start with listening to the three-and-a-half minutes from 31:15 to 34:45.
» More info on www.soundcloud.com/inquiringminds
‘On The Green Front’
Leading radio show on climate change which unfortunately recently closed. It was presented by veteran green radio host Betsy Rosenberg.
» Home page: www.thegreenfront.com
» Progressive Radio Network front page: www.prn.fm/shows/environmental-shows/on-the-green-front
» Archived podcasts: www.prn.fm/category/archives/on-the-green-front
‘Mrs Green’s World’
“We are creating a community of people who care about the planet. Join us each week to learn everything from simple tips to live green to living life in balance. You will hear cutting edge leaders from around the world share exciting information about energy, technology, automobiles, healthy living, fashion and so much more. Listen to Mrs. Green’s World live every Saturday at noon.”
» Home page: mrsgreensworld.com
» Archived podcasts: mrsgreensworld.com/past-shows
‘The Green Divas Radio Show’
“Sharing low-stress ways to live a deeper shade of green” – radio show, podcast, blog, tv. “Green content with a sense of humor and eco-style”.
Thursdays 4–5pm EST via HomeGrownRadioNJ.org. Podcast available via
iHeart Radio | Stitcher | iTunes | Spreaker | GD Podcast
» Home page: www.thegreendivas.com/green-divas-radio-show
» Pinterest boards: www.pinterest.com/GreenDivas
‘Go Green Radio’
“If the world’s natural resources were evenly distributed, people in 2050 will only have 25% of the resources per capita that people in 1950 had. If we intend to leave our children and grandchildren with the same standard of living we have enjoyed, we must preserve the foundation of that standard of living. Go Green Radio is the beginning of an important new shift in the way we treat our world.
This grassroots program promotes the very best character traits in children and adults: caring for yourself and caring for others. Through simple, responsible behavior shifts, together we can protect human health through environmental stewardship.”
Go Green Radio airs live every Friday at 9am Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica.
‘If You Love This Planet’
Archive of nearly 200 radio programmes by Helen Caldicott, M.D.. After four-and-half-years on the air, ‘If You Love This Planet’ ended in December 2012.
» Listen: www.ifyoulovethisplanet.org
By The Near Term Human Extinction Support Group
“The Near Term Human Extinction Support Group is designed to facilitate a forum for friendly and non-threatening discussion about issues of concern, primarily revolving around various environmental threats to human survival. Based on trends determined by scientific research, members have accepted that human extinction is inevitable in the near term due to anthropogenic global warming and its consequences.”
» Home page: www.extinctionradio.net
Recommended single podcast episodes
with Michael White
Episode 70: Into the tropics with Sarah Kang
In episode 70 of Forecast, Michael White talks with Sarah Kang from the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology about her work on the climate dynamics linking the tropics to the extratropics. While long known from paleoclimate records, Sarah and her colleagues have been revealing the impressively complex atmospheric and oceanic processes at play. Sarah, although a US citizen with a PhD from a US institution, is now back where she feels most at home — Korea — and navigating a metrics-focused tenure process, as the only female faculty member in her department of 21.
with Doug Parsons
Episode 52: The Great Climate Migration: A Podcast with Dr. Matt Hauer
In this episode of America Adapts, Doug Parsons talks with demographer Dr. Matt Hauer from the Carl Vinson Institute of Government at the University of Georgia. Doug and Matt discuss his research paper on the role of future sea level rise on future migration within the United States. Matt explains the origins of the paper and how the popular media responded to his provocative conclusions — up to 13 million coastal residents may be displaced by the end of the century.
Season 1 Episode 13: Brokering International Climate Deals
Particularly timely as a new round of UN climate talks starts to develop an “operating manual” for the Paris Agreement: Noelle Selin, an Associate Professor in MIT’s Institute for Data, Systems and Society, shares her knowledge and insights on international environmental negotiations. We discuss complexities of reaching climate agreements, the powerful co-benefits of clean air and other environmental regulations, and the challenges of integrating perspectives from government, business and science.
» Medium – 5 May 2018:
After work: Treat yourself to a climate podcast or three