A look at where both the South of 2 Degrees podcast and the climate conversation has been over the past 3 years and where both are going. Plus a quick look at climate change related events that you will likely hear about over the next several months. **Season 4 is coming in the Fall (Spring for the Global South) of 2023** email: firstname.lastname@example.org for feedback
A fun loving yet serious conversation with the inaugural Shackleton Award winner and research scientist, Dr. Heïdi Sevestre – covering glaciers, Climate Change, science communication, and her newly released book.
An incredible conversation with the inaugural Shackleton Award winner and research scientist, Dr. Heïdi Sevestre – covering glaciology, modern day expeditions, and her emphatic love of ice – all against the backdrop of fighting anthropogenic Climate Change.
A deep dive into the new United Nation's Treaty on the High Seas (officially Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction or BBNJ) and how this groundbreaking agreement will protect biodiversity through the establishment of marine protected areas, but also assist us all as we look to fight Climate Change & the ongoing climate crisis.
An approachable yet informative look at Net Zero – what it actually means, where it has gone tragically wrong, and how it can actually be structured to be an effective goal as we fight anthropogenic Climate Change.
Indigenous voices are critical to hear & elevating them is of crucial importance! An exclusive interview with a Head of State discussing his vision as both a leader on the world stage & and advocate for his fellow native people of Paula as he works to fight the climate crisis and biodiversity loss. This is a collaborative interview between Brian Barnes of South of 2 Degrees and Cait Bagby of the Guilty Greenie podcast released originally under Climate Collab with special guest, his Excellency, the President of Palau, President Whipps
The second half of the award winning exclusive 1:1 interview with world renown oceanographer & National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, Dr. Sylvia Earle discusses her latest book, her frustration with how we view and treat the ocean, #climatechange, and where she finds hope as she looks to the future.
Award winning interview with world renown oceanographer & National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, Dr. Sylvia Earle in an exclusive 1:1 interview discusses #climatechange, what it was like to be one of the first in the world to experience scuba, and what is the best thing you can do to make a difference.
A look at three stories underlying the importance Climate Change, biodiversity loss, and the natural systems around us as South of 2 Degrees kicks off it's 3rd season.
A look at COP26 – Why do we have it? What actually happens there? And what can we realistically expect as outcomes?