Here is a list of podcasts that cover issues of climate change and the environment from various perspectives.

Cultures of Energy

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Cultures of Energy explores discussions on energy and environmental issues. Co-hosts, Dominic Boyer and Cymene Howe, create captivating segments using both light-hearted and sincere conversations, to address contemporary struggles, innovations, and societal changes all over the world.

Drilled

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Reported by climate journalist Amy Westervelt, Drilled investigates the agents behind climate denial propaganda. Topics include corporate campaigns and practices, contemporary crises, and the historical development of fossil fuel disinformation.

Hot & Bothered

Hot & Bothered, hosted by Dissent, is a podcast on climate change politics for the 99%. Co-hosts Daniel Aldana Cohen and Kate Aronoff investigate the intersections of climate, politics, and the economy, with dispatches from grassroots organizers alongside leading wonks and scholars.

Terrestrial 

Terrestrial explores the choices we make in a world we have changed. Host Ashley Ahearn travels the country — from ranches in Oregon to churches in Colorado — to bring listeners stories about people making personal choices in the face of environmental change.

Warm Regards 

Warm Regards is a podcast about the warming planet. It tries to explain how climate change and politics have become so intertwined. The show is hosted by meteorologist Eric Holthaus. Co-hosts are Jacquelyn Gill, a paleoecologist at the University of Maine, and Andy Revkin, a veteran journalist at ProPublica. Produced by Eric Mack and Jessie-Ann Baines. Theme music by Kevin Hartnell.

The Elephant 

The Elephant is a journey into climate change. But it’s about a lot more than just the climate. From politics and rising sea-levels, to contested pipelines and the cities of the future, through illuminating interviews the Elephant takes you inside the surprising questions, stories, battlegrounds, debates, and fights occurring throughout the world, as the planet heats up and humanity confronts what is perhaps the greatest challenge of our time.Hosted by Kevin Caners and supported by the CKAA.

Climate History 

The Climate History Podcast features interviews with some of the most interesting people in climate change research, journalism, and policymaking. It is hosted by Dr. Dagomar Degroot, a professor of environmental history at Georgetown University. It is the official podcast of the Climate History Network and the popular website HistoricalClimatology.com.

No Place Like Home

A podcast that gets to the heart of climate change through personal stories. Hosted by Mary Anne Hitt & Anna Jane Joyner & Produced by Zach Mack.

America Adapts 

A changing climate presents humanity with only one option: adapt. On the America Adapts podcast, we explore the challenges presented by adapting to climate change, the national movement that has begun to drive change, and the approaches that the field’s best minds believe are already working. Join climate change adaptation expert Doug Parsons as he talks with scientists, activists, policymakers and journalists about the choices we face and the people who make them. The climate adaptation conversation, and the movement, starts here. America Adapts – building a community of Adapters!

The Energy Gang 

The Energy Gang is a weekly digest on energy, cleantech and the environment produced by Greentech Media. The show features engaging discussion between energy futurist Jigar Shah, energy policy expert Katherine Hamilton and Greentech Editor Stephen Lacey. Join us as we delve into the technological, political and market forces driving energy and environmental issues.

Momentum for Change 

UNFCCC – The Momentum for Change Podcast is a twice-monthly podcast profiling positive, transformative climate action stories from across the globe. Every other week host Sarah Marchildon interviews a representative from one of our Lighthouse Activities, talking about their climate action initiative and getting an update on recent progress.

Tipping Point

In this series of podcasts, we explore pathways for climate justice in the Anthropocene – a geological epoch shaped by humans. Should we become stewards of our planet or live in harmony with nature to achieve a good life for all?

Gastropod

Gastropod looks at food through the lens of science and history. Co-hosts Cynthia Graber and Nicola Twilley serve up a brand new episode every two weeks. Each episode, we look at the hidden history and surprising science behind a different food and/or farming-related topic, from aquaculture to ancient feasts, from cutlery to chile peppers, and from microbes to Malbec.

Why Isn’t Anyone Talking About This?

A podcast/exploration of justice and the built environment