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Here you'll find informative and interesting podcasts recommended by SEJ members and others. Know of a great podcast we should include on this page? Send the link and a short description to SEJ's web content manager Cindy MacDonald.
Behind the Schemes
Does a great job covering issues related to wildlife trafficking.
Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) News meteorologist Paul Huttner offers the latest research on Earth's changing climate.
Costing the Earth
BBC Radio's program looks at how humans affect the environment and how the environment reacts, questions accepted truths, challenges those in charge and reports on progress towards improving the world.
Green Divas Radio Show
A one-hour radio show featuring interviews with high-profile celebrities and leaders in the green living movement (including Green Dudes).
The Energy Gang
Greentech Media's podcast covers renewables/clean tech.
The Environment Report
Mostly Great Lakes and Michigan focused.
A science podcast featuring stories and conversations about planetary change.
The GroundTruth Podcast
GroundTruth is a podcast about global reporting on issues ranging from terrorism to global warming to income inequality.
Living on Earth
PRI, hosted by Steve Curwood.
Deutsche Welle combines elements of a televised news magazine with a podcast on their website.
Mongabay is a non-profit provider of conservation and environmental science news. The podcast can be found here as well as on Stitcher, TuneIn, iTunes, Google Play and other places you get audio.
NPR's Environment Podcast
Breaking news on the environment, climate change, pollution and endangered species.
World Wildlife Fund's monthly podcast series.
This podcast on plastic, people and the planet is an independent project by German journalist Anja Krieger.
Hosted by Jared Blumenfeld, former West Coast administrator of the EPA, this award-winning podcast explores different aspects of sustainability/environmental change and social impact each week.
Pulse of the Planet
Two-minute science vignettes with Jim Metzner.
"Radiolab is a show about curiosity. Where sound illuminates ideas, and the boundaries blur between science, philosophy, and human experience."
Stories about science, technology and more, from the "outer reaches of space to the tiniest microbes in our bodies."
Scientific American's Podcasts
"Sixty-second science" on a variety of topics.
Ashley Ahearn hosts a national podcast produced out of KUOW in Seattle, exploring the choices we make in a world we have changed.
Threshold uses the "story" tool to explore environmental change. "We take our listeners on journeys, where they can learn without feeling preached to, empathize with people they didn’t expect to like, and imagine things they didn’t think were possible." Season Two is all about the Arctic.
Trump on Earth
Produced by The Allegheny Front, an environmental reporting project based in Pittsburgh, this podcast explores the environment in the Trump era. Each episode sorts through how changes to environmental policy affect people around the world — with deep analysis, clear information and real talk from the critics, scientists and thinkers who know the issues.
Climate conversations between Eric Holthaus, reporter Andrew Revkin and Jacquelyn Gill, a paleoecologist.
Yale Climate Connections
An online news service providing daily radio broadcasts and original online reporting, commentary and analysis on the issue of climate change. An initiative of the Yale Center for Environmental Communication.