You already know the facts about climate change. Now, we need cultural evolution. In this podcast, we apply cutting-edge insights from diverse fields to tackle climate change and environmental issues more effectively.
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Invisible, Unbreakable, Unnatural: Protecting Our Water from PFAS & Other Risks
What are PFAS and how do they affect us? How can we protect our drinking water in the face of extreme weather events and industrial pollution? How do we make our communities more resilient? Tune in to hear Marc Yaggi, CEO of Waterkeeper Alliance and long-time defender of clean water, unravel these questions and more.
Changing Climate, Changing Menu: The Impacts of Climate Change on Food
Dr. Mike Hoffman, lead author of Our Changing Menu: Climate Change and the Foods We Love and Need and Professor Emeritus at Cornell University, unpacks the interconnected relationships between food and climate change and inspires us to think about what we can all do to tackle this challenge.
Community Solar: An Alternative Renewable Path
Jaime Smith, co-founder and managing director of Lodestar Energy, shares his experience and perspectives on solar energy. In this episode, he talks about how solar power works, challenges common misconceptions about solar, delves into community solar farms, and expresses his vision for alternative energy in the future.
Weird Weather: What's Going On?
Jacob Feuerstein, an atmospheric sciences student and contributing author for The Washington Post, is fascinated by the weather. In this episode, he talks about new developments related to weather and forecasting, weird and unusual weather events in the past few years, and how we can best be prepared in this changing environment.
One Health: Connecting People, Animals, & the Environment
Cornell University Vice Provost & Professor Katherine McComas discusses the complexities in translating risk information to the public and highlights the One Health approach, recognizing the interconnections between human, animal, and environmental health.
Now, Data Is Driving Climate Understanding and Solutions
Stanford Professor and Researcher Margot Gerritsen discusses a new era of data-driven decision-making, powerful advances in data science, and its applications in climate change and sustainability.