Climate change

Caleigh and Candice end the “chicken vs. fish” debate, once and for all.

from The Anti-Dread Climate Podcast

The deluge of rain over California has created a unique, shallow lake in California's Death Valley National Park. Rangers are even welcoming kayakers.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Overwhelmed by climate change? Here are some ways to manage the anxiety.

I have dread. Lots of dread.

Overwhelmed by climate change? Here are some ways to manage the anxiety.

from The Anti-Dread Climate Podcast

Your practical, personal guide to protecting the planet will be back with new episodes starting February 21!

The Anti-Dread Climate Podcast is back! Season 2 trailer

Your practical, personal guide to protecting the planet will be back with new episodes starting February 21!

from The Anti-Dread Climate Podcast

Greenland’s Jakobshavn glacier is one of the fastest deteriorating glaciers in the world. But some researchers say they may have figured out a way to save it.

To try to save a fast-melting glacier, scientists use geoengineering

Greenland’s Jakobshavn glacier is one of the fastest deteriorating glaciers in the world. But some researchers say they may have figured out a way to save it.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

“The Big One” in California often refers to an earthquake. But seismologist Lucy Jones warns of another “Big One”: sustained rain storms that overwhelm flood control systems.

In California, are rainstorms deadlier than earthquakes?

“The Big One” in California often refers to an earthquake. But seismologist Lucy Jones warns of another “Big One”: sustained rain storms that overwhelm flood control systems.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

San Diego residents are still reeling from a heavy and rapid downpour that started on Monday morning. Is Southern California built to withstand storms like this?

‘Thousand-year storm’ floods part of San Diego, is SoCal prepared for more?

San Diego residents are still reeling from a heavy and rapid downpour that started on Monday morning. Is Southern California built to withstand storms like this?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

A Malibu mansion and a humble home in Ventura have something in common: Their carbon emissions are net-zero. Is this the next trend in home building?

Zero-carbon homes exist. Can you really live in one?

A Malibu mansion and a humble home in Ventura have something in common: Their carbon emissions are net-zero. Is this the next trend in home building?

from KCRW Features

Today we’re sharing an episode from an environmental podcast you might like, Sea Change, from WWNO in New Orleans. If you like what you hear, check them out wherever you get podcasts.

Designing with Nature (from “Sea Change”)

Today we’re sharing an episode from an environmental podcast you might like, Sea Change, from WWNO in New Orleans. If you like what you hear, check them out wherever you get podcasts.

from The Anti-Dread Climate Podcast

Today we’re sharing an episode from a science podcast you might like, Short Wave, from NPR. If you like what you hear, check them out wherever you get podcasts.

Don’t call it dirt: the science of soil (from “Short Wave”)

Today we’re sharing an episode from a science podcast you might like, Short Wave, from NPR. If you like what you hear, check them out wherever you get podcasts.

from The Anti-Dread Climate Podcast

Batteries are the key to a greener planet, but they cause environmental damage too.

What’s the downside of going electric?

Batteries are the key to a greener planet, but they cause environmental damage too.

from The Anti-Dread Climate Podcast

In an era of “hurriquakes,” heat waves, and fires, The Academy Museum screening series “Beware the Elements!

What can disaster movies teach us about our climate crisis?

In an era of “hurriquakes,” heat waves, and fires, The Academy Museum screening series “Beware the Elements!

from Greater LA

Plastic waste keeps piling up. Is anyone working on a plan to stop using it?

What will fix our plastic problem?

Plastic waste keeps piling up. Is anyone working on a plan to stop using it?

from The Anti-Dread Climate Podcast

In “The Underworld,” journalist Susan Casey takes readers into the deep ocean to explore volcanoes, trenches, and a booming ecosystem that’s vital to our survival.

Replay: ‘The Underworld’: The deep ocean shapes climate, life on Earth

In “The Underworld,” journalist Susan Casey takes readers into the deep ocean to explore volcanoes, trenches, and a booming ecosystem that’s vital to our survival.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Today we’re sharing an episode from another climate podcast that you might like. It’s Zero: The Climate Race from Bloomberg.

How to triple renewables by 2030 (from “Zero: The Climate Race”)

Today we’re sharing an episode from another climate podcast that you might like. It’s Zero: The Climate Race from Bloomberg.

from The Anti-Dread Climate Podcast

How to raise kids who use fewer resources in their lifetimes than the average American

How do I raise a low-impact kid?

How to raise kids who use fewer resources in their lifetimes than the average American

from The Anti-Dread Climate Podcast

Nearly 200 countries agreed on Wednesday to adopt a plan to combat climate change that would move away from fossil fuels and invest more in renewable energy.

‘Historic’ COP28 deal: What’s in it, and does it matter?

Nearly 200 countries agreed on Wednesday to adopt a plan to combat climate change that would move away from fossil fuels and invest more in renewable energy.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Caleigh and Candice touch the “third rail” of climate change: Is it better for the planet if you decide not to have a child – and should you factor that into your own family planning…

Should I have children?

Caleigh and Candice touch the “third rail” of climate change: Is it better for the planet if you decide not to have a child – and should you factor that into your own family planning…

from The Anti-Dread Climate Podcast

As people look for eco-friendly solutions to non-recyclable wrapping paper, furoshiki, the Japanese art of wrapping packages in cloth, is becoming more widely adopted.

Furoshiki: Wrap presents in cloth, cut down on paper waste

As people look for eco-friendly solutions to non-recyclable wrapping paper, furoshiki, the Japanese art of wrapping packages in cloth, is becoming more widely adopted.

from Greater LA

Waste increases during the holidays. Celebrating sustainably goes way beyond the gifts. Here are tips for your Christmas decorations and holiday dinner menu.

Climate-friendly holiday tips: Buy real Christmas trees, eat veg

Waste increases during the holidays. Celebrating sustainably goes way beyond the gifts. Here are tips for your Christmas decorations and holiday dinner menu.

from Greater LA