Podcasts de environment

Cleaning up our air – Science Weekly podcast

An estimated 7 million people die every year from exposure to polluted air. Nicola Davis looks at the science behind...

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Callum Roberts on a life spent diving on coral reefs – Science Weekly podcast

Callum Roberts is a British oceanographer, author and one of the world’s leading marine biologists. Sitting down with...

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Booming blooms: how algae are turning the alps pink

They are usually associated with toxic, murky lakes. But algae blooms are increasingly turning up in icy regions too....

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Are the world's national parks failing nature? (part one)

In a special two-part takeover by colleagues from the age of extinction project, Patrick Greenfield and Phoebe Weston...

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Deep Blue Notes: episode one

Wildlife recordist Chris Watson and spatial audio sound artist Prof Tony Myatt begin a three-part journey to the Sea...

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Deep Blue Notes: episode two

Wildlife recordist Chris Watson and spatial audio sound artist Prof Tony Myatt continue on their three-part journey...

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Deep Blue Notes: episode three

Wildlife recordist Chris Watson and sound artist Prof Tony Myatt conclude their three-part odyssey to the west coast...

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How the ‘Great Paradox’ of American politics holds the secret to Trump’s success – podcast

In the heartland of the American right, people harmed by polluting industries have instead come to hate the...

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Climate change with Amitav Ghosh and Aaron Thier – books podcast

Amitav Ghosh discusses the failure of literary culture to confront climate change, while Aaron Thier explains how his...

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Orchids: Sow, Grow, Repeat Winter

From the plastic-wrapped Phalaenopsis crammed on the shelves of your local supermarket to the vanilla seeds in your...

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Succulents: Sow, Grow, Repeat Winter

Succulents are the perfect houseplants: architectural, beautiful and fascinating. These days they’re popping up...

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Green Roofs: Sow, Grow, Repeat Autumn

Green roofs are sprouting up all over the place, but what’s the point of putting plants on top of buildings?

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Trees: Sow, Grow, Repeat

This episode of our gardening podcast is all about trees: planting them, looking after them, even climbing them

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'We need a moratorium on all coalmines': Naomi Klein in conversation – Behind the Lines podcast

On a Sydney Peace Prize panel moderated by Guardian Australia editor Lenore Taylor, the author Naomi Klein,...

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How to show 'the stench of death' on the Great Barrier Reef – Behind the Lines podcast

Michael Slezak, Guardian Australia’s environment reporter, joins Gabrielle Jackson, Nick Evershed and Lucy Clark to...

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The biggest story in the world podcast: Episode 10, Shell

Shell's CEO, Ben Van Beurden, has agreed to be grilled by the Guardian on everything from divestment to economics and...

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The biggest story in the world podcast: Episode 9, Religion

In this episode we go to churches and mosques to see what we can learn about spreading the climate change message

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The biggest story in the world podcast: Episode 8, the US

It's time to talk about one of the biggest players in the climate change story, the US, and look at its climate...

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The biggest story in the world podcast: Episode 7, Attacks

This week we head outside the glass offices of the Guardian to hear what the outside world makes of the campaign

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The biggest story in the world podcast: Episode 6, Psychology

Now it's time for the team to face the biggest challenge so far. Why do we find it so hard to care about climate change?

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