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Climate Online: Streaming Resources

Watching

There are some expertly researched, written, produced and directed films and television resources available across all the main streaming platforms. There is no reason why anyone with internet access should be deprived of excellent resources on climate.

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Dedicated Climate Change Category Including: Before the Flood

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Youtube is far more than just a distraction there is some of the finest quality educational material on there now. We have gathered all that we have found into our youtube channel; a small proportion produced by us and the rest found from other producers including; academics, universities, news media and other climate communicators.

Podcasts

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Wellbeing

Thinking about and tackling the climate and biodiversity loss crises is challenging. Here are two podcasts to help you focus on what really matters. The Happiness Lab and Climate Crisis Conversations will help you to deal with those catastrophic fears that many of us have had and still experience.

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The Happiness Lab

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Climate crisis conversations

Created by the Climate Psychology Alliance, this podcast explores how to accept and think about some of the worst possible futures we face. 

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Climate learning from every angle

Understanding the poly-crisis we face as climate, biodiversity, resources and this technological revolution play out is exciting, worrying and intriguing all at the same time. Here are some podcasts that discuss the challenges as the landscape changes. 

Climate / Biodiversity / Artificial Intelligence / Technology / Energy / Politics

The Great Simplification with Nate Hagens:

Explores money, energy, economy, and the environment with world experts and leaders to understand how everything fits together, and where we go from here.

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Climate One

We’re living through a climate emergency; addressing this crisis begins by talking about it. Host Greg Dalton brings you empowering conversations that connect all aspects of the challenge

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Challenging climate

Climate academics Jesse Reynolds and Pete Irvine interview guests discussing geoengineering. Important discussions not happening elsewhere.

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Planet Critical 

Investigative journalist Rachel Donald Investigating why the world is in crisis—and what to do about it.

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Climate Genn CC

Interviews with environmental / climate change experts discussing the choices we collectively face in determining what future we will shape for ourselves, future generations, and all other life within the biosphere.

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The Climate Pod

The Climate Pod is a wide-ranging conversation with leading experts on the politics, economics, activism, culture, science, and social justice issues at the heart of the climate crisis. 

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Fear and wonder

Interviews with authors of the latest IPCC report on climate impacts, adaptation and mitigation. Excellent climate science communication

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Costing the earth, BBC

Fresh ideas from the sharpest minds working toward a cleaner, greener planet. Coverts climate science, technology and climate solutions.

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Fear and wonder

National Oceanography Centre in the UK looking at the impacts of climate on the marine environment. 

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Climate classroom

WFLA Chief Meteorologist & Climate Specialist Jeff Berardelli, interviewing climate scientists and breaking it down so everyone can understand.

The RADIO ECOSHOCK ShowAlex Smith

Alex Smith has been hosting one of the best climate podcasts for almost a decade. Guest are mainly climate scientists so this is one of the most valuable climate podcasts around. (Unavailable on Spotify)

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Climate, Technology and Energy

Decarbonization is of course at the heart of addressing climate change and you could be surprised by the amount of progress that is being made, many in the energy world are just as surprised.

These podcasts mostly focus on the challenges of doing that and the changes happening today.

Climate / Biodiversity / Artificial Intelligence / Technology / Energy / Politics

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Volts:

"A newsletter & podcast about energy, the technology, politics, and policy of decarbonization. Twice a week, give or take."

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Fully charged podcast

Robert Llewellyn (Red Dwarf, Scrapheap Challenge) hosts a podcast about sustainability, eco-news and interviews from around the globe.

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The sustainable futures report with Anthony Day

An excellent weekly climate news podcast from Anthony Day, a frequent guest on radio with a wide listenership around the world

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 Climate for Kids

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Looking to the future: catastrophic risk, disruption and opportunities

We are living in highly uncertain times and the future presents tremendous opportunities as well as tremendous risks. These podcasts pick through some of the greatest challenges we face in addition to climate and biodiversity loss.

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The 80,000 hours podcast

Exploring the greatest challenges and opportunities to make a difference in the world. Detailed, long-form interviews with experts in all areas of catastrophic risk, global challenges and effective altruism.

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You're undivided attention

From the creators of the Netflix documentary the Netflix documentary, A Social Dilemma: This podcast explores the risks and solutions to navigating our journey with artificial intelligence

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