Podcasts are great. You can listen live. You can download and listen when you have time. You can subscribe through your favourite podcast app like podbean, itunes… and never miss an episode. Some have a video feed. Some have a subscription fee, most podcasts are free, supported by listeners or ads.
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Below are some of our favourite podcasts.
Hosted by Tamsen Tillson of Climate Action Muskoka.
A podcast by Relay Education. In each episode we sit down in the green chair with an inspiring professional working in the green economy to learn about their story.
BY: TERRY MOORE | CANOE FM
Episode 74 – SEP 25, 2020
“On this PH episode we explore local climate change planning activism with two representatives of Climate Action Muskoka (CAM), Linda Mathers and Tamsen Tillson”
Episode 84 – March 26, 2021 – “The Federal Liberal Climate Action Formula: A Recipe for Failure”, Thursday March 25, 2021, with David Robertson from “Seniors for Climate Action Now” (SCAN!)
Episode 87 – June 10, 2021 – “The Liberal Climate Action Formula: The Missing Renewables and Fatal Fission Attraction” with Paul McKay
This lively, topical weekly podcast, co-hosted by Christiana Figueres, Tom Rivett-Carnac and Paul Dickinson features influential guests from government, business, activism, religion and culture. Each episode brings out the energy of outrage and the possibility of their optimism to tackle the climate crisis.
BONUS: IPCC REPORT: THE TIPPING POINT FOR ACTION WITH MICHAEL MANN
Does climate change freak you out? Want to know what we, collectively, can do about it? Join us, journalist Alex Blumberg and scientist and policy nerd Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, as we scour the Earth for solutions, talk to people who are making a difference, ask hard questions, crack dumb jokes and — episode by episode — figure out how to build the future we want.
Feature episode – MARCH 18, 2021– Your carbon footprint – everything from eating meat, to flying, and driving, all have carbon costs associated with them. We tell you what’s at the top of the carbon footprint list, and then we take a step back and ask a bigger question…does your personal carbon footprint even matter?
Join Dr. Leah Stokes and Dr. Katharine Wilkinson as they tell stories about the powerful forces behind climate change — and the tools we have to fix it.
This show is for the climate curious people who know climate change is a problem, but are trying to figure out how to tackle it.
The podcast series that explores the insights, approaches, experiences of scientists, planners, engineers, designers, business entrepreneurs, politicians and other successful change-makers, who are finding smart, effective ways to answer one or more of the three critical challenges of the Twenty First Century Imperative:
- How will we continue to live on our planet without destroying our biosphere?
- How will we repair and regenerate the environmental damage we have already caused?
- How will we successfully adapt to the escalating impacts of climate change?
The War on Cars is a podcast about car culture, mobility and the future of cities. We bring you news, commentary and stories about the worldwide battle to undo a century’s worth of damage wrought by the automobile. The War on Cars is waged by three leading voices of the livable streets movement, Doug Gordon, Sarah Goodyear and Aaron Naparstek. Liberate your city. Enlist today in The War on Cars.
We tackle the topics on the minds of Canadians with intelligence and wit, drawing on our network of the country’s best journalists. Part of the Frequency Podcast Network. We’re Canadian. We make podcasts.
Nov 9 to 13, a five-part series in collaboration with The Narwhal. The ‘Erin Brockovich contaminant’ hexavalent chromium in the Sault. As oil and gas declines, where do the workers go? The tide of selenium leaching into Canadian and U.S. water from a 100-kilometre stretch of coal mines near Elk Valley, B.C. Species extinction in B.C. Can carbon caches help us preserve a moderate climate?
What does the carbon tax ruling mean? March 26, 2021|Jordan Heath-Rawlings. What’s in the ruling, exactly? What does it mean for Canadians, for the climate and for its political opponents? How will it impact the next election, and what will the premiers who fought so hard against it do next? GUEST: Fatima Syed, for The Narwhal