Feb 24, 2021
As utility operators across the country move to weatherize power grids and projections show another dry year for the Western U.S., what should we look out for? What questions should we be asking? Jim and Emily start the conversation.
Feb 18, 2021
How do you understand freedom and connection? Responsibility and the anthropocene? And how can we explain them to future generations?
Nathaniel Popkin, author of To Reach the Spring: From Complicity to Consciousness in the Age of Eco-Crisis, helps us think about these questions and more, offering moral, social, and...
Feb 17, 2021
What does climate change have to do with freezing temperatures, heavy snows, and overwhelmed utilities? Professor and biogeochemist Gabriel Filippelli joins us to explain.
An Arctic Blast from the Polar Vortex | IUPUI Explains:
Feb 11, 2021
Jim Shanahan and guest host Ben Kravitz talk with environmental law expert Michael Gerrard and climate engineering researcher Douglas MacMartin about the ins and outs of geoengineering.
See the video: https://www.facebook.com/thisclimatepod/videos/765649801024000
Feb 11, 2021
It's almost Valentine's Day, a time for love and examining yet another lifecycle analysis of environmental effects. We also dig into the United States's energy mix and projections.
US energy stats: https://www.eia.gov/