7 episodes

House Warming is a podcast exploring climate policy and solutions in Chicago, Illinois, and beyond. We release 3 episodes each month: one 20-minute deep dive into the issues affecting our city and state that you can listen to during your lunch break or commute and two 5-minute coffee break episodes highlighting local organizations that inspire action.

House Warming Abby Wilson & Anni Metz

    • Natural Sciences
    • 5.0, 12 Ratings

House Warming is a podcast exploring climate policy and solutions in Chicago, Illinois, and beyond. We release 3 episodes each month: one 20-minute deep dive into the issues affecting our city and state that you can listen to during your lunch break or commute and two 5-minute coffee break episodes highlighting local organizations that inspire action.

    The Case for Declaring a Climate Emergency

    The Case for Declaring a Climate Emergency

    House Warming Podcast, Episode 006: The Case for Declaring a Climate Emergency   with Matt Martin, 47th Ward Alderperson    This episode is sponsored by Bike Home Chicago, a residential real estate group with @properties, led by Jordan Rothschild. Bike...

    • 42 min
    Preserving Chicago's Tree Canopy

    Preserving Chicago's Tree Canopy

    House Warming Podcast, Episode 005: Preserving Chicago’s Urban Tree Canopy  with Andre Vasquez, 40th Ward Alderperson    This episode is sponsored by Collective Resource Compost, a company working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by diverting food...

    • 27 min
    Reducing Congestion in the Loop

    Reducing Congestion in the Loop

    House Warming Podcast, Episode 004: Reducing Congestion in the Loop   with W. Robert Schultz III, from the Active Transportation Alliance   This episode is sponsored by Chicago Market. Chicago Market is a community-owned grocery co-op on a mission to...

    • 25 min
    There's Poop in the River!

    There's Poop in the River!

    Learn about Combined Sewer Overflows, Friends of the Chicago River, and Overflow Action Days

    • 6 min
    CEJA & the Future of Renewable Energy in Illinois

    CEJA & the Future of Renewable Energy in Illinois

    Learn about the Clean Energy Jobs Act (CEJA) and the future of renewable energy in Illinois with Jen Walling & Cary Shepherd of the Illinois Environmental Council.

    • 14 min
    Regenerative Agriculture & Soil Health

    Regenerative Agriculture & Soil Health

    We chat with Liz Moran Stelk, of the Illinois Stewardship Alliance, and Kathy Kaesebier, of Kaesebier Farms, about soil health and regenerative agriculture.

    • 8 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Samedi514 ,

Love it

Love that the conversation is localized to Chicago and with great guests working the front lines of climate change!

chicagodeac ,

Love local!

This podcast is a great local (hey Chicago!!!) treat! Thanks so much!!!

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