Coined after famous youth climate activist Greta Thunberg’s famous speech, “House on Fire” is a youth-centered podcast about the climate crisis based in ‘ground zero’ Miami, Florida, powered by The CLEO Institute. Co-hosted by Miami residents, 24-year-old climate activist, Katrina Erwin, and educator and founder of The CLEO Institute ,Caroline Lewis, “House on Fire” holds impactful, intersectional conversations with scientists, activists, artists, and more. Each action-oriented episode brings guests, influencers, experts in the field of science, advocacy, and communications, educating and motivating listeners to become activated in the climate crisis movement. Our youth are inheriting the most existential, complex crisis the human species has ever faced, it is our mission to empower them to speak up. For more information on what you can do to help educate and empower others, please visit The CLEO Institute's website at www.cleoinstitute.org
Selina Leem: COP21
Description: Born and raised in Majuro, the capital atoll of the Marshall Islands, Selina Neirok Leem was the youngest delegate at the COP21 conference that adopted the Paris Agreement. Since her time at COP21, Selina has continued to advocate for her country and the future of her generation through spoken word poetry. Currently, Selina travels around the world with the music and art group Small Island Big Song. Small Island Big son features over a hundred musicians across 16 island nations of the Pacific and Indian Oceans, creating a contemporary and relevant musical statement of a region in the frontline of cultural and environmental challenges. This episode discusses the importance of artistic expression in climate activism and how young climate activists are so desperately trying to preserve the world they know and love.
Women warriors for climate action
This episode of House on Fire discusses the power of women in the climate movement and how their work inspires them to protect those most at risk: their children
The Power Of Young Minds: Laura Steighorst and XPRIZE.
Laura Stieghorst is a recent college graduate and climate solutions researcher. She is the founder of Project BÁSICO a carbon capture initiative, which is funded by the Musk Foundation. Laura and her team will conduct valuable research to prove the safety of ocean alkalinity enhancement (OAE) for carbon capture. As the largest active carbon sink, the ocean is key to developing a multifunctional, safe, and scalable carbon removal solution.
Tony Cho on urban planning for a green future
Tony Cho joins House on Fire focusing on “smart growth” and urban planning. Cho is the founder and chairman of sustainable real estate brokerage firm Metro 1.
Mayor Daniella Levine Cava
This episode of House On Fire will focus on Miami Dade County's first ever female Mayor, Daniella Levine Cava and the work she is doing to protect the future of Miami.
Climate, Health and Justice…news from the frontlines where action is the antidote to despair.
This episode of House on Fire will focus on the urgency for climate action. Not only is climate change hurting our planet, it's hurting our HEALTH and it's happening right before our eyes. Today we are joined by Dr. Cheryl Holder, a Miami based physician and professor at Florida International University. Dr.Holder will share the impacts climate change is having on her patients, the medical community, as well as focus on the inequities she has seen through her time serving the Miami community.
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