Podcasts about: Climate

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Becoming Mother Nature

When Chloe is sent off to live with her mysterious and eccentric grandmother she learns an unbelievable secret. Grandma Ivy is none other than Mother Nature herself! And Chloe is next in line to assume to the power and responsibility of the job. Can a twelve-year old learn to balance the entire world’s ecosystem while just trying to fit in at her new school? Only Mother Nature knows.

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There are 78 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 59 – Our Ocean Giants
0:29:44 | September 28th, 2022

Today we meet Donal Griffin, marine policy officer for Fair Seas Ireland and Sibéal Regan of the Irish Whale and Dolphin Group to shine a light on the creatures large and small that call Irish waters home. Plus, youth IWDG member Alissa hops on a boat out of Baltimore in Cork to see what she can spot on a whale watching expedition.

Ep 58 – Stepping out for Walk21 Ireland
0:09:29 | September 21st, 2022

It’s Green Schools Walk to School Week and last Monday, 150 young people from 10 to 24 gathered as part of the Walk21 IrelandConference. They met to help shape communities of the future, places where walking and active travel is safer for all. And we walked with them.

Ep 57 – The Anthropocene at IMMA
0:24:32 | September 14th, 2022

Evie, along with fellow young people Paddy, Frank, Nora, Rosa, Tom, and willing accomplice Derek spent a morning at IMMA seeing The Anthropocene exhibition, guided by Mark Maguire, Assistant Curator for Schools and Family at IMMA to see what happens when Art meets the Climate Crisis.

Ep 56 – Power Up!
0:29:55 | August 31st, 2022

This one is all about Energy. Sarah O’Rourke of Eirgrid discusses Ireland’s present and future. John O’Shea of Codema talks Dublin’s low-carbon transition. And, Donal Gallagher of Asylum Productions tells us about the Callan Energy Store an exercise in Creative Climate Action. Plus our Brain Trust.

Ep 55 – Megabytes mean C02
0:28:05 | August 17th, 2022

What happens when you watch videos, stream a movie or play online, and how could it be having an impact on our environment? Artist Joana Moll has been asking just these questions.

Ep 54 – The Best Job in the World?
0:20:58 | July 27th, 2022

Today, we visit another Biosphere Reserve, this time in the Maldives. At Finolhu Baa Atoll, Marine Biologist Filipa might have the best job in the world. Here she discusses life below the waves and in particular the endangered Manta Ray. Plus, Brain Trustee Rosa shares her love of the sea.

Ep 53 – Bull Island and the Dublin Bay Biosphere
0:28:38 | July 13th, 2022

We head to Bull Island to discuss the Dublin Bay Biosphere with Dean Eaton, Ecologist Pat Corcoran, Niamh Fitzgerald of Birdwatch Ireland and the Scouts of 5th Port Dollymount, the first people in the world to complete the Dublin Bay Biosphere Award.

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