In this episode, Kevin Krajick explores Marco Tedesco’s obsession with the cryosphere—the part of earth that consists of frozen water.
PodPlanet Archives - State of the Planet
George Bernard Shaw, who once quipped that “youth is wasted on the young,” couldn’t be more wrong when it comes to climate activism.
In this episode of Pod of the Planet, we celebrate the life of Marie Tharp and the inspiration she has been and continues to be to many scientists today.
Ten years ago today, the broken pipeline from Deepwater Horizon was finally capped after spewing 168 million gallons into the Gulf of Mexico over 87 long days.
In an online workshop, students produced audio commentaries on their coronavirus experience—how they were managing and what advice they might offer their peers.
Discussion on home life, home schooling and pathways forward for climate research and policy in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Then Robbie Parks on the effects climate, weather, and our environment have on health outcomes and mental health.
Herman E. Daly examines possible paths to less fragile global systems with Kate Raworth, whose “doughnut economics” model aims to build economic policies and metrics that put thriving ahead of growing.
An interview with Professor Jacqueline Klopp on how travel early in her life affected her career.
Communicating science is tough and we thought asking all our guests to come up with a haiku describing their work might be a good place to start, because who doesn’t like a good haiku?