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There are 118 episodes in the Climate topic.

These are the latest episodes from the Climate topic added to soundcarrot, but be careful, many of these are serialised shows so jumping in at episode 10, for example, could confuse matters.

We'd recommend starting with the first episode of your show of choice, and if you like it, listening from there.

Ep 85 – Young Environmental Awards 2024
0:24:14 | May 30th, 2024

We went along to Eco-Unesco’s annual, all-Ireland awards programme that recognizes and rewards young people who raise environmental awareness and improve the environment. And what a huge variety of work we found!

Ep 84 – Ecolution at the BTYSTE 2024 – Pt 2
0:20:56 | January 23rd, 2024

This week we shine a light on those projects that attempt to harness nature in a sustainable way. And the in studio discussion turns to the expansion of our native forests and how ready people are for rewilding. All that before a break to prepare the next series.

Ep 83 – Ecolution at the BTYSTE 2024 – Pt 1
0:19:36 | January 17th, 2024

We’re back in the bustling hub of the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition at the RDS. Join us for a whistletop tour through the exhibits and also an in studio discussion about the internet, AI and how it can be used for both good and bad in communicating the climate crisis. Part 2 next week.

Ep 82 – Young People are Powerful
0:29:48 | December 12th, 2023

For the last episode of the season we visit the Oireachtas to witness the historic moment when the Children and Young People’s Assembly on Biodiversity Loss presented their 58 recommendations to the Joint Committee on Environment and Climate Action. True proof of the power we can wield when we work together.

Ep 81 – Good COP Bad COP
0:22:26 | December 6th, 2023

Saoirse Exton plus Students from the ISSN and the Childrens Assembly on Biodiversity loss join Evie to discuss their feelings on COP28 and how we could build a better COP. One that acts fast and represents people equally. As well as offering young people a place at the table.

Ep 80 – The song that sings us with Nicola Davies
0:27:36 | November 27th, 2023

Nicola Davies is the author of almost 100 books for children and today she speaks with us about her Carnegie Medal-nominated book The Song That Sings Us. And she also speaks about how tackling nature loss and climate change in her books is so vital, the power of using our own voice. And of the reasons why she feels hopeful about the future.

Ep 79 – World of Soil
0:14:50 | November 13th, 2023

For Science Week we decided to try a super opportunity to take part in some citizen science. First Class students from Taney Parish Primary School in Dundrum, leapt at the chance to visit the World of Soil exhibit in the Airfield Estate to discover just how important the earth beneath us is. And you can play a part too.

Ep 78 – Bats about….
0:29:30 | October 26th, 2023

This week we head to the banks of the Royal Canal with Connecting Cabra in search of a creature synonymous with Samhain. Bats. And Donna Mullen of Wildlife Surveys Ireland proves that they’re not at all as scary as you might think. And Brian Keeley of Bat Conservation Ireland talks about how we can help them.

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