Sense and Sustainability is a podcast devoted to exploring the diversity of perspectives on issues of sustainable development. This semi-weekly podcast features guests from a range of disciplines, in an attempt to provide a more holistic sense of what we mean by \"sustainability.\" Sense and Sustainability provides educated yet accessible, incisive yet balanced conversations about a broad range of issues pertaining to global sustainable development.
An Interview with Dr. Kyle Whyte
Protecting indigenous institutions of knowledge for environmental justice
Land Conservation Part 2: Land Trusts
An interview with Harvard Kennedy School's Rand Wentorth, from real estate finance to public policy
Sustainability and Agriculture Part 3: An Advocate’s Perspective
Decarbonising food production through effective legal and political strategies
An Interview with James Ellsmoor, cofounder of Solar Head of State
Strategically targeting governments around the world to spread solar power
Sustainability and Agriculture Part 2: A Scientist’s Perspective
From every day physical phenomena to global atmospheric processes
A Careers Conversation with Daniel Paul Nelson, Deputy Director of the Romero Institute
A day in the life of a community organizer
Great diversity & information
The diversity of topics covered here goes far beyond what is normally defined as 'sustainability.' That comes from the host's holistic view of what sustainability means and gives the discussions with guests a much great depth. I find that makes it much more interesting and much easier to apply to my own work; even when the topics aren't necessarily always focused in my specific interests.
Insightful, creative, and timely!
Remarkable depth and scope
Easily the best podcast I’ve listened to on sustainability. Great range of topics and fantastic guests. Couldn’t recommend it more strongly.