What can one person do to stop climate change? You can join the thousands of people that are already hard at work fighting climate change every day. David Butler and his daughter Keaton talk to some of those people to learn what they do and what inspires them.You could be one of them.Whether you’re already in the climate fight or you’re ready to join it this is the podcast for you.Visit us at howtostopclimatechange.com.
A Microplastic Soup: Ocean Plastic and eXXpedition - Natascha Glanzer-Fuerst
Our guest today is Natascha Glanzer-Fuerst an Austrian zero-waste advocate and feminist who was a crew member with eXXpedition, an organization that leads all-female scientific voyages around the world dedicated to exploring the impact of plastic and...
From the Paris Climate Agreement to The Nature Conservancy - John Verdieck
John Verdieck is the Director of International Climate Policy at The Nature Conservancy. Prior to joining The Nature Conservancy, John worked in the US State Department where he was a lead negotiator on the Paris Climate Accord. In the interview John...
Charged Up About EVs | Caitlin Bullock - Austin Energy
Our guest today is Caitlin Bullock, EV Program Coordinator for Austin Energy. The city of Austin owns and operates Austin Energy, which means that dividends go to support city services that benefit Austinites instead of investors. It also means that...
Exxon’s Climate Change “Strategy”
Some major oil companies have recently unveiled plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reinvent themselves in the face of climate change. Exxon has not announced any plan to deal with climate change but this week Bloomberg News reported on a...
Political Climate Action: Dominic Frongillo - Elected Officials to Protect America
Dominic Frongillo is the co-founder & executive director of Elected Officials to Protect America or EOPA. EOPA is nonpartisan, which is very unusual for a political network. It’s members are state and local elected officials from all over the U.S....
Climate Crisis: We Need a World War II-Scale Mobilization - Margaret Klein Salamon
Margaret Klein Salamon, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist who founded The Climate Mobilization, a volunteer-powered organization that is working to initiate a WWII-scale mobilization to rapidly transform our economy to protect humanity and the living...
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Excellent series, further elevated by the addition of Matthew. Looking forward to what is to come! Great work by all, thank you
Professionally done, good to see it cut through a lot of the climate change hype out there. Look forward to more.
40 minutes well spent to better understand a threat facing all humanity
Congratulations David, Matt and Keaton for a truly excellent podcast on climate change. You make the topic accessible to the interested person who isn’t necessarily close to climate science. We each have a role to play in halting this threat. Widespread understanding of what is at stake is the first step. Keep up the good work!