Lately, I have started to listen to podcasts while driving, honestly, it is a good way to use your time while driving or doing some manual work. I have learned many new and interesting facts and stories.
Check out the list of the environmental podcasts that I find interesting and useful, you can add your own in the comments:
Climate of change– Climate of Change with Cate Blanchett and Danny Kennedy is co-created and co-hosted by multi award-winning actor, producer and environmental advocate, Cate Blanchett (Don’t Look Up, Nightmare Alley, Blue Jasmine); and climate entrepreneur and activist, Danny Kennedy, who is CEO of New Energy Nexus. In this six-part series, they explore eco-anxiety and optimism and raise awareness of the emerging technological revolution with the help of some special guests. The guests on the podcast ranges from different backgrounds: former President of Ireland Mary Robinson, social historian Rutger Bregman, Prince William, 2021 Earthshot Finalists and Winners, economic thought leader and author Tony Seba and Agamemnon Otero, Katy Milkman, author and inventor Saul Griffith, director Adam McKay (Don’t Look Up), artist Luke Jerram (Gaia), fashion activist Livia Firth, musician Imogen Heap and many more. At the moment available only on Audible
Ologies with Annie Ward – very interesting science podcasts, with different topics, from soil science to beer making with Volcanoes, Trees, Drunk butterflies, Mars missions, Slug sex, Death, Beauty standards, Anxiety busters, Beer science, Bee drama in between. Humorist and science correspondent Allie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and their answers might change your perspective on viewing otherwise ordinary things.
Living planet – Deutsche Welle a half-hour radio program and podcast brings you environment stories from around the world, digging deeper into topics that touch our lives every day. As our imprint on the Earth grows, it also increasingly affects people and ecosystem – making even more pressing the need for environmental reporting that embraces a diversity of perspectives. From the microplastics in diapers to animal gene banks to the illegal poaching of raptors to make way for rich hunters — Living Planet explores our Earth and the impacts we have on
GLF live – GLF Live is the official podcast of the Global Landscapes Forum, the world’s largest knowledge-based platform on sustainable landscapes. Featuring Q&As with the world’s leading experts and thought leaders on sustainability and climate change, GLF Live originally aired as an interactive digital series of live conversations, and select episodes have now been edited and made available as a podcast for your enjoyment.
Eartwatch podcasts – it connects people with scientists worldwide to conduct environmental research and empowers them with the knowledge they need to conserve the planet.
BBC Climate question – Why do we find it so hard to save our own planet, and how we might change that?
How to save a planet– „Join journalist Alex Blumberg and a crew of climate nerds, as we bring you smart, inspiring stories about the mess we’re in and how we can get ourselves out of it.”
Outrage and optimism: We explore the stories behind the headlines on climate change, talking to the change-makers turning challenges into opportunities. We delight in progress, question greenwash and get to grips with the difficult issues – sharing it all with our listeners along the way.
For what it’s earth– Environment, climate change, and sustainability podcast making big issues bite-sized. They explain the science and explore the things that we can all do to make a difference.
Mongabay Newscast- News from nature – The Mongabay Newscast delivers news and inspiration from nature’s frontline. It features inspiring guests and a deeper analysis of the global environmental issues explored every day by the Mongabay.com team, from climate change to biodiversity, animal and wildlife discoveries, ecology and more.