#environment #podcast
27 Nov. 2023 - 10:00 UTC
Carbon pollution from 88 major fossil fuel producers and cement makers has left the western U.S. and Canada hotter, drier, and more prone to fires, a recent study finds.  Learn more [...]
24 Nov. 2023 - 10:00 UTC
He’s often asked to travel for research and conferences, but he’s found some less-polluting options. Learn more at
23 Nov. 2023 - 10:00 UTC
They thrive in hot temperatures, within limits. Learn more at
22 Nov. 2023 - 16:12 UTC
Making ice cider requires weeks of frigid temperatures.  Learn more at
21 Nov. 2023 - 10:00 UTC
But cities don’t always keep bike paths and lanes adequately plowed. Learn more at
#environment #science
27 Nov. 2023 - 14:00 UTC
The marsupial frog, which incubates its young in a pouch on its back, was thought to be extinct in some countries
22 Nov. 2023 - 13:00 UTC
Solar energy can alter the Earth’s magnetic field and likely lead the animals astray
21 Nov. 2023 - 15:00 UTC
With around 58,000 human deaths from snakebites each year in the country, a lot more must be done to save lives
17 Nov. 2023 - 13:00 UTC
The drugs have been shown to reduce depression and anxiety symptoms and make individuals more flexible in their thinking
16 Nov. 2023 - 12:00 UTC
The sample of the space rock Bennu that OSIRIS-REx collected could unlock an ancient existential mystery
Atmos is an exploration of climate and #culture, a biannual #magazine curated by a growing ecosystem of adventurers, creatives, and journalists dedicated to pioneering progress around the world.
28 Nov. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
The fashion system has a troubling history of stealing Indigenous designs.
27 Nov. 2023 - 9:06 UTC
Millions worship the Ganga River as a God, but experts say that as India’s economy burgeons, the sacred waterway is slowly dying.
26 Nov. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
Photography duo Studio Mare, founded by Margherita Di Battista and Luigi Calfa, travel to Iceland to document its beauty.
23 Nov. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
The fashion system is built on racial capitalism and manufactured poverty. Black Friday only serves to further reinforce these injustices.
22 Nov. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
As many Indigenous languages are at risk of disappearing, scientists and communities are joining forces to preserve them.
#environment #news #science
28 Nov. 2023 - 1:39 UTC
The UAE, hosts of the COP28 climate summit, are breaking their own ban on gas flaring, the BBC finds.
28 Nov. 2023 - 0:03 UTC
A French start-up is ready to use an enzyme which can break down plastic on an industrial scale.
27 Nov. 2023 - 6:00 UTC
Leaked documents show how the COP28 host planned to use its role to strike fossil fuel business deals.
24 Nov. 2023 - 1:55 UTC
A giant ice block more than twice the size of Greater London is on the move, years after its formation.
25 Nov. 2023 - 9:58 UTC
Young science writer of the year award-winner delves into the environmental challenges of cocoa farming
#blog #environment
20 Nov. 2023 - 19:58 UTC
Peacock mantis shrimp (Odontodactylus scyllarus): large, colorful mantis shrimp AKA: harlequin or painted mantis shrimp Kingdom: | Animalia Phylum: | Arthropoda Class: | Malacostraca [...]
9 Nov. 2023 - 15:53 UTC
New animatronic spy creatures explore the seas and capture never-before-seen animal behavior in NATURE’s four-part series Spy in the Ocean. The Spies include a whale calf (the biggest one [...]
8 Nov. 2023 - 15:10 UTC
Cuttlefish: marine mollusks of the order Sepiida. Kingdom: | Animalia Phylum: | Mollusca Class: | Cephalopoda Order: | Sepiida There are more than 120 species of cuttlefish. They [...]
26 Oct. 2023 - 18:20 UTC
Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus): semiaquatic, egg-laying mammal endemic to eastern Australia. Kingdom: | Animalia Phylum: | Chordata Class: | Mammalia Order: | Monotremata [...]
19 Oct. 2023 - 15:29 UTC
In Ken Burns’ two-part documentary, The American Buffalo, the bison’s tale is interwoven with the recent history of the Indigenous Peoples of North America who, like the bison, were pushed to [...]
An ecosocialist journal edited by Ian Angus
23 Nov. 2023 - 14:34 UTC
How peasants fought to protect common land and resisted wage labor Source
19 Nov. 2023 - 15:15 UTC
Fossil fuel pollution kills more people each year than HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria combined Source
16 Nov. 2023 - 14:46 UTC
The last time the Earth experienced CO2 levels this high was 3-5 million years ago Source
15 Nov. 2023 - 15:30 UTC
The actions we take now will determine Earth's climate for 5,000 generations Source
14 Nov. 2023 - 18:44 UTC
National plans propose baby steps, when bold strides are needed Source
Short documentaries, explainers and original series for people who care about the world’s biggest challenges. We publish videos that contextualize how critical issues and events affect ordinary people, #society and the #environment.
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Emergence Magazine is an award winning #magazine exploring the threads connecting #ecology, #culture and spirituality. Our #podcast features exclusive interviews, author-narrated essays, fiction, multipart series, and more.
21 Nov. 2023 - 12:00 UTC
In one of our favorite stories, “Corn Tastes Better on the Honor System,” Potawatomi mother, scientist, and professor Robin Wall Kimmerer takes us through the nine-thousand-year existence of [...]
14 Nov. 2023 - 12:00 UTC
In this narrated essay, Kerri ní Dochartaigh’s experiences of pregnancy and motherhood bring her into an emerging realization of her own mammalhood. When she encounters her animal self, deeply [...]
7 Nov. 2023 - 12:00 UTC
How do our inheritances shape our lives? In this week’s narrated essay, Afro-Taína author Jamie Figueroa brings her pen to the erased and fragmented pages of her family’s history, exploring [...]
31 Oct. 2023 - 11:00 UTC
This week, we share a short story by Mexican author Laia Jufresa, translated by Sophie Hughes, that imagines the chaos of a world ravaged and divided by climate change. In “Be Dammed,” thousands [...]
24 Oct. 2023 - 11:00 UTC
What can we learn from imprints in the earth about the ancient presences that left them behind? Acclaimed author Anna Badkhen traces markers left in the earth from the near and distant past, from the [...]
AccuWeather: Weather | #Science | #History
28 Jun. 2023 - 17:01 UTC
With Independence Day just around the corner, it's time to get ready for the one of the nation's most famous celebrations, the Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks! Dean DeVore sits down with Kathleen [...]
15 Jun. 2023 - 17:32 UTC
This week on “Everything Under the Sun” we are talking about pests. Dean DeVore welcomes Dr. Jim Fredericks, Chief Entomologist & Vice President of Technical and Regulatory Affairs of the [...]
7 Jun. 2023 - 17:36 UTC
This week on "Everything Under the Sun", it's all about air quality. Dean DeVore discusses air quality and more summer heat means more stagnant air and more pollution in the air we breathe. We are [...]
31 May. 2023 - 17:14 UTC
This week on 'Everything Under the Sun', Dean DeVore gets the latest updates on space and astronomy with AccuWeather's Brian Lada. Then, we take a trip back in time to May 1933 with Evan Myers to [...]
24 May. 2023 - 16:49 UTC
Emmy Award-winning producer and host of The Organic Gardener Radio Show, Doug Oster returns to the podcast with even more gardening advice as we head into Memorial Day weekend and the start of [...]
Exploring practices for working in and with complexity, to regenerate the #environment and our societies.
20 Oct. 2023 - 2:29 UTC
A rigorous experimentation approach (experiment-to-learn) will most likely outperform planning-based approaches (analyse-to-predict) where the challenge is dynamic and ever changing (i.e. any complex [...]
16 Oct. 2023 - 4:45 UTC
Lately I've been thinking about the capabilities, process and frameworks needed for effective change work, as a continuation of a theme which has run through my work for 10+ years now - [...]
23 Jun. 2023 - 10:37 UTC
What are the core capabilities needed for living labs and impact ecosystems? Field notes on a capability model.
19 Mar. 2023 - 22:41 UTC
How can we create the islands of coherence, the vehicles for co-investment, and create the dojos for the kinds of practices we need to tackle collective action challenges such as climate change, [...]
9 Mar. 2023 - 11:29 UTC
Exploring the role of relationships, trust and mutualistic approaches to change.
A #podcast series exploring everything from green hydrogen to #AI with the industry leaders and sustainability experts driving the clean energy transition.
31 Oct. 2023 - 12:00 UTC
Reuters Plus talks to David Pong, CEO and co-founder of Wateroam, an NGO at the forefront of the provision of fresh water to flood hit areas and rural communities. "What we see is an issue not just [...]
3 Oct. 2023 - 8:20 UTC
Dr. Pratima Rangarajan, CEO at Climate Investment, tells Reuters Plus how carbon markets are a key way of getting capital into solutions that might otherwise not be profitable or economically [...]
5 Sep. 2023 - 8:05 UTC
Hydrogen is widely expected to play a huge part in a low-carbon future. Reuters Plus talks with Matthew Knight, Head of Market and Government Affairs at Siemens Energy UK, to explore the challenges [...]
5 Sep. 2023 - 8:05 UTC
Reuters Plus talks with Val Miftakhov, the founder and CEO of ZeroAvia, who brings first-hand experience in developing leading edge technologies in the renewables space. "It's not just about climate [...]
5 Sep. 2023 - 8:05 UTC
Francesco La Camera, Director-General of the International Renewable Energy Agency, takes Reuters Plus through the collaborations and frameworks necessary to make a sustainable future a reality. "A [...]