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A true-crime podcast about climate change, hosted and reported by award-winning investigative journalist Amy Westervelt.

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A true-crime podcast about climate change, hosted and reported by award-winning investigative journalist Amy Westervelt.

Listen on Apple Podcasts
Requires subscription and macOS 11.4 or higher

    A New Front in Climate Obstructionism: State Treasurers?

    A New Front in Climate Obstructionism: State Treasurers?

    Jesse Coleman, senior investigator for Documented, joins to walk us through an eye-opening investigation into the State Financial Officers Federation, an obscure group organizing Republican state treasurers in the fight against "woke capital."

    • 30 min
    Wondery Presents: Fed Up

    Wondery Presents: Fed Up

    When Emily Gellis hears rumors of people suffering horrible side effects from a trendy diet she springs into action. Armed with over a hundred thousand Instagram followers, Emily launches a social media crusade to expose F-Factor and its founder, Tanya Zuckerbrot. It’s the start of a feud that will attract trolls, lawyers, and, eventually, national media all because of fiber. From Wondery, this is a story about wealth, wellness, and influence hosted by Casey Wilson.

    Listen to Fed Up: http://wondery.fm/Drilled_FEDUP

    • 4 min
    Here's What the IPCC Report Actually Said About Carbon Dioxide Removal

    Here's What the IPCC Report Actually Said About Carbon Dioxide Removal

    Everyone else might have moved on but we're still plodding through the latest IPCC report over here. Carbon dioxide removal, or CDR, came up all over this report, and because the summary is vastly more positive about the potential of this tech than the rest of the report (thanks in no small part to influence from Saudi Arabia and the U.S.), I wanted to bring together a more complete picture of what the report actually says about it. Nikki Reisch and Carroll Muffett from the Center for International Environmental Law join to help.

    • 35 min
    West Virginia v EPA : Worst-Case Scenario and What Comes Next

    West Virginia v EPA : Worst-Case Scenario and What Comes Next

    The Supreme Court is dragging its feet releasing a ruling in the controversial West Virginia v EPA case. Today we look at the roots of that case, its position in the rightwing judicial strategy, and what avenues for climate action would remain in the wake of a worst-case scenario ruling.

    Here's What the IPCC Report Actually Said about Carbon Dioxide Removal

    Here's What the IPCC Report Actually Said about Carbon Dioxide Removal

    Everyone else might have moved on but we're still plodding through the latest IPCC report over here. Carbon dioxide removal, or CDR, came up all over this report, and because the summary is vastly more positive about the potential of this tech than the rest of the report (thanks in no small part to influence from Saudi Arabia and the U.S.), I wanted to bring together a more complete picture of what the report actually says about it. Nikki Reisch and Carroll Muffett from the Center for International Environmental Law join to help.

    Introducing: Who Killed Daphne?

    Introducing: Who Killed Daphne?

    When a car bomb kills Daphne Caruana Galizia on the beautiful Mediterranean island of Malta, the hunt for her killers exposes secrets with consequences that go far beyond its shores. In the aftermath of her death an international team of journalists comes together to continue her work. Along the way they start to uncover clues that might lead to her killers. From Wondery, comes a new story about power, corruption and one woman’s fight for the truth. Hosted by investigative reporter Stephen Grey.



    Listen to Who Killed Daphne? wondery.fm/Drilled_DAPHNE

    • 6 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
100 Ratings

100 Ratings

Andy Will Art ,

Drilled

Well presented & researched podcast. Always well worth listening to.

Paul Pigott ,

Small critique

I’m a huge fan. I spotted the recommendation in Wired I think and got hooked. The Naomi Klein “interview” kind of irritated me a bit. I’m also in awe of Naomi, we’re both journalists from the same country and era. My thinking has kind of evolved alongside her, or perhaps more accurately followed hers. So I was super excited to hear the episode. Amy unfortunately goes from being a hard nosed questioner to a fist pumping side kick. Yes is not a question Amy! In fairness I wonder how I would have challenged Naomi. But then that is the job. Anyway my inside baseball criticism aside it’s a great listen. Minimally worthwhile for the goofy, 1980sesque horror film techno theme ;-)

Princess Candy Corn ,

Solid reporting & entertaining

I am a sustainability risk professional at a financial institution and this reporting really rings true for me. Well reported and produced, solid technically while not being too jargony.

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