No Planet B is an independent climate change podcast hosted by Breanna Waterman and Wyatt Jordan! We talk to researchers, analysts, politicians, farmers, and more about climate change causes, effects, and solutions.
NPB 32: Climate Fiction with C.D. Tavenor
Hello everyone! This week we're talking about climate change fiction - or cli-fi - for you abbreviation buffs. We're discussing The World's Revolution - a collaborative effort among fiction writers to publish an anthology of climate fiction stories!
NPB 31: NFTs and Climate Change, China's Goals, and Questionable Journalism
This week we're flying guestless! And we're talking about the effect of NFTs on the environment, China's role in greenhouse emissions, journalism, and more!
NPB 30: Sea Shanties and Coastlines with Kim McCoy
Ahoy there! This week we're talking about coastlines, climate change's effects on the ocean, and sea shanties with Kim McCoy. Kim is an oceanographer, adventurer, 2018 recipient of the Scientific Achievement Award, co-author of Waves and Beaches, and...
NPB 29: Activism with Sarah Goody
Hello everyone and happy March! Today we're talking about climate change activism with Sarah Goody! We're also discussing how mental health, age, and political power factor in to climate change activism. Get ready for some active listening!
NPB 28: Committed Warming with Andrew Dessler
Hello everyone and happy February! Love is in the air, and so is CO2! In this episode we're talking to Dr. Andrew Dessler about committed warming - AKA the amount of warming that the Earth is committed to due to previous years' worth of CO2.
NPB 27: Air Quality and Health with Mike Kleeman
Hello everyone! On this episode of No Planet B we're talking with Mike Kleeman of UC Davis about the connections between air quality and health, what makes up air quality, and the interaction of climate change and air quality. Stick around!
Love this podcast!!
Full of so much important information and so easy to listen to! Climate change media can be such a downer, but these guys leave me feeling hopeful and inspired 🤩
I listened to the amazon fire episode and found it bizarre that one of the hosts was laughing through the entire episode while talking about deforestation and our planet being ruined.
The information provided by the podcast is good but the hosts are cringy and it’s thus super hard to listen to.
Lots of great information that I hadn’t heard elsewhere, told in a manner that is entertaining and interesting!