A weekly podcast examining the issues at the heart of our changing climate. We'll talk to scientists and policymakers and we'll highlight how small changes can make a big difference as we look for solutions to the problems caused by climate change.
Are we playing jenga with our planet?
Imagine the world's ecosystem is an unstable tower of wooden blocks that has been chipped at for decades.
What happens if we lose a pivotal block, such as the ocean or Amazon rainforest?
On this episode of Sky News ClimateCast hosts Anna Jones and Katerina Vittozzi discover how oceans and rainforests are our biggest allies in the fight against climate change.
They're joined by tropical forest ecologist Dr Erika Berenguer and marine biologist Dr Asha De Vos, to ask how we can protect our ecosystems from reaching a tipping point.
Fashion shouldn't cost the Earth
This week on ClimateCast Anna and Katerina are talking all things fashion, speaking with top designers, luxury brands and activists about how we can make sure the most glamorous of all industries doesn't cost the Earth.
Angela Adams - Global Apparel Lead at Quantis
Laura Balmond - Make Fashion Circular Lead at the Ellen MacArthur Foundation
Orsola de Castra and Carry Somers - Co-founders of Fashion Revolution
Omi from Vin and Omi
Alima Bello - Founder of Bello | Edu
Dax Lovegrove - Steering Committee Member for the Institute of Positive Fashion for the British Fashion Council
Around the world on Earth Day
Grab your passport for this episode of Sky News ClimateCast as hosts Anna Jones and Katerina Vittozzi set foot on a virtual trip around the globe to celebrate Earth Day.
They're joined by guests and correspondents in Europe, Asia, Africa and the U.S. to discuss the state of the climate emergency in different corners of the world and ask, what needs to be done to solve the problem?
Plus we hear from this week's climate superheroes, including the real Erin Brokovich, in the climate headlines.
Solutions to Climate Change with Christiana Figueres
On episode two of Sky News ClimateCast, host Anna Jones and correspondent Katerina Vittozzi are joined by climate change powerhouse Christiana Figueres.
They get an insight into how the Costa Rican diplomat led the world to the first legally binding international treaty on Climate Change, the 2015 Paris Agreement.
They talk optimism, solutions and an extinct golden toad.
Plus can we enjoy a post-lockdown burger and still be climate friendly? Katerina joins us from her kitchen for this week's climate headlines.
How does Climate Change affect our weather?
It's launch week of Sky News ClimateCast! For our debut episode Anna Jones is joined by correspondent Katerina Vittozzi to discuss public awareness of climate change.
They're joined by renowned climate scientist Dr Friederike Otto to discuss how the changing climate is affecting weather patterns at home and abroad.
How do we solve the problem? They've got (some) answers!
Plus, catch up on other climate news making the headlines this week.
Coming Soon - ClimateCast
Coming soon - a weekly podcast dedicated to conversations about climate change and how small changes can make a big difference as we look for solutions to the climate crisis.
Ectinct Golden toad
Just love hearing Christiana Figueres, very optimistic climatecast.
Issues being discussed are valid yet there is no mention of the impact of eating meat on the climate. Another well funded outlet unwilling to make people feel uncomfortable about their food choices.