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Climate Online: Streaming Resources


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.

Podcasts and YouTube Channels

Podcasts are now of such a high calibre that you can access some of the best research, information and journalism available on these independent platforms far earlier, and in more detail outside of popular media. We have some of the best for you here


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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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. 

Climate Solutions

There is much more happening in the climate mitigation and adaptation worlds than many of us think. There are even many technological and sociological advances happening that are transforming how we will reach a better future than the one we appear to face.

You can find out about the challenges but also the solutions to them here. 

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The Green Alliance Podcast

The latest ideas, debate and insights on UK environmental policy and politics. Brought to you by Green Alliance - the charity and think tank focused on achieving ambitious leadership for the environment.


Just have a think

To understand the issues that face our civilisation in the 21st Century and focusses on the potential solutions that will save as many lives as possible and hopefully bring about a greater level of equality in the world.



Amazing videos on new and existing technologies that will help us become more sustainable and how much of a part they may...... or may not play.

Discussed more in a podcast too.



David Roberts is a leading energy and political journalist in the U.S.



Worried we don't have the resources to make our cars, solar panels and wind turbines? Find out if you should be

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A bit niche but Nathan Gambling is working on knowledge sharing on reducing carbon in our heating and cooling systems.

A great one to share if you know people in the heating industry and interesting to explode myths on heat pumps too

Other Recommended Podcasts and YouTube Channels


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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Our YouTube Channel

We have recommended channels on our YouTube page in addition to our own content where we have been lucky enough to have some great guests

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Messages from the WIld

Annabel Ross, formerly of BBC Radio, records a series of brief interviews with animals, offering them a chance to give us a perspective on their environment. They have some interesting perspectives on what we are doing.

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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.


Radio Ecoshock

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.

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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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The Sustainable Futures Report

A regular magazine/podcast of all things sustainable, why climate change is the biggest issue for us all, and what we can do about it.

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