20 Best Podcasts About Carbon dioxide of 2021

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Are you wanting to learn more about carbon dioxide? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best carbon dioxide podcasts of 2021.

We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.

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Best Carbon dioxide Podcasts 2021

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Reversing Climate Change

  • Publisher: Nori
  • Total Episodes: 205

A podcast about the different people, technologies, and organizations that are coming together to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and reverse climate change. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reversingclimatechange/support

The Energy Podcast

  • Publisher: Shell
  • Total Episodes: 15

The world faces a critical challenge: how to meet growing energy demand while urgently reducing carbon dioxide emissions. It means the global energy system must change. Will innovation come to the rescue? How will renewable energy evolve? Does the oil and gas industry have a future? Will batteries, hydrogen or even blockchain alter the way we live, work and travel? The Energy Podcast by Shell explores these questions. We speak to the engineers at the pioneering edge of science and technology, the experts tracking progress towards the goals of the Paris Agreement, and the entrepreneurs working to drive the change.

My Climate Diet

  • Publisher: Lisa Pettibone
  • Total Episodes: 47

My Climate Diet follows Lisa Pettibone, a teacher, writer, and sustainability geek, as she goes on a new type of diet. It’s all about shedding unwanted pounds — or tons — of carbon dioxide and finding a lifestyle that doesn’t wreck the planet. Funny, personal, and informative, My Climate Diet provides real-life tips to help you slim down your carbon footprint.

63 Degrees North

  • Publisher: NTNU
  • Total Episodes: 6

We bring you surprising stories of science, history and innovation from 63 Degrees North, the home of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Listen as we explore the mysteries of the polar night, the history of Viking raiders, and how geologists and engineers are working to save the planet, one carbon dioxide molecule at a time — and more. Take a journey to Europe’s outer edge for fascinating tales and remarkable discoveries. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Going Negative – Solving Climate Change Through Carbon Dioxide Removal

  • Publisher: Tom Green
  • Total Episodes: 6

Going Negative explores all aspects of Carbon Dioxide Removal, in the context of Climate Change. This includes information and news about climate change, and the latest in Carbon Dioxide Removal technologies.

Euranet Plus Green Deal – The European Climate Action

  • Publisher: Euranet Plus | Podcastfabrik
  • Total Episodes: 16

My name is Sina, I’m a journalist and happy to be part of Euranet Plus. In this Podcast my european colleagues are discussing the big milestones the EU has to meet to work effectively against climate-change. The Green Deal deals with food safety, renewable energy, the reduction of carbon dioxide, traffic and many other main topics on the way into a climate-friendly and healthy future. Can we reduce our environmental footprint on this planet? Can Europe be the first continent to be climate-neutral by 2050? The Green Deal collects thoughts, ideas and new developments of politicians and scientists from all over Europe. Let’s find some answers to the most important questions our species should ask – not only for us, but our children and all generations after.If you are interested in what our future on earth might look like subscribe to Euranet Plus and the Green Deal and stay informed. “Green Deal – The European Climate Action” is the new and climate-friendly Podcast created by the European Radio Network Euranet Plus.

Quantum Agriculture

  • Publisher: Quantum Agriculture
  • Total Episodes: 34

Welcome to our global network of friends, farmers, earth restorians! Learn how agriculture works in harmony with nature and how to improve yields, reduce cultivation, eliminate weeds, pests and diseases and improve crop responses to weather while harvesting both carbon dioxide and nitrogen from the atmosphere and building these into the humus in our soils.

Can carbon tax save the world?

  • Publisher: Prototypingdemocracy.org
  • Total Episodes: 1

This podcast aims to unpick the complexity of the issues surrounding carbon tax as a potential climate change solution. This six-part series will explore the profound societal transformation that will be needed to reach the carbon dioxide emissions goals detailed in the IPCC report Global Warming 1.5oC.Each week the Visual Methodologies Collective will be joined by guests from across the broad spectrum of stakeholders involved in this issue with the goal of gathering insights to facilitate an informed conversation around the social, political and economic implications of carbon taxation.

Conscious Breathing Podcast

  • Publisher: consciousbreathing
  • Total Episodes: 3

The Conscious Breathing podcast was created to explore how breathing plays a critical role in our health, relationships, Come with us on this journey where we extract the wisdom of experts from around the world into a unified understanding of breath and the role of carbon dioxide and oxygen in our health. The way we breathe can have a profound impact on our physiology which influences our relationships, sex life, energy levels, ability to concentrate, and remember and much more. We breathe between 10 to 20kg 20 to 40lbs) of air per day. Compared to food, we only consume about 1 to 2kg (2 to 4lbs) per day and water even less at We explore a large range of health topics with these guiding principles in mind.

Plant Science

  • Publisher: Dr Michael Emmerling
  • Total Episodes: 54

Plant Science focusses on the green, silent, and motionless life forms we take for granted. Plants are amazing organisms. Literally rooted in one spot, they are able to cope with a wide range of environmental conditions, while at the same time using only light, carbon dioxide and water to generate energy-rich sugars that drive and support the vast majority of life on the surface of our planet.

Environment: treading lightly on the earth – for iBooks

  • Publisher: The Open University
  • Total Episodes: 1

This unit focuses on the problem of green-house gas emissions, especially carbon dioxide, and explores what you can do to lighten those emissions to help reduce the rate of climate change. This study unit is just one of many that can be found on LearningSpace, part of OpenLearn, a collection of open educational resources from The Open University. Published in ePub 2.0.1 format, some feature such as audio, video and linked PDF are not supported by all ePub readers.

Azizi Podcast

  • Publisher: Sandu Azizi
  • Total Episodes: 2

Mosquitoes are attracted to people by things like carbon dioxide exhalation, perspiration, scented deodorants and soaps, movement and body heat. They typically bite in the evening and nighttime. Sand flies typically bite at dawn and dusk, and they are known to attack people in swarms. They prefer to bite the face, hands and scalp. Mosquito bites become a raised, red, itching bump, while sand fly bites are very small and painful and appear in clusters.

K-Bass Sun Podcast

  • Publisher: Suncross Biss
  • Total Episodes: 1

When you add a drop of food coloring to a glass of water, the color gradually spreads throughout the water as dye molecules seep from a zone of high concentration to zones of low concentration. This natural tendency for molecules to spread out of a region where they are concentrated into a region where they are not is called diffusion. Inside your body, carbon dioxide is produced by cells in your tissues, so blood traveling back to your lungs is rich in CO2.

The Climate Connection

  • Publisher: Zack Stidham
  • Total Episodes: 1

A debate on whether or not using trees to mitigate rising carbon dioxide levels is a good idea.

Our Carbon Footprint Prints

  • Publisher: Ayaan Faisal
  • Total Episodes: 2

My podcast is about how we can reduce carbondioxide

Hear the Big Picture

  • Publisher: Hear the Big Picture
  • Total Episodes: 2

The producers of “Hear The Big Picture” seek to tie scientific subject matter to history and current events–so that it’s more than just “science.” Put another way, our content is about the significance of science to culture and everyday life. Climate change and global warming have many manifestations, from extreme weather events such as increasingly fierce hurricanes to world-wide sea level rise, acidic oceans, and larger, hotter deserts that burn more readily. The burning of fossil fuels such as carbon dioxide (C02) creates a greenhouse effect with these multiple serious ramifications for the planet. And stay tuned for the second podcast on this subject. In that we explain some lesser known technological measures that might ameliorate these problems, giving us some hope for the long term.

Dustan Whitcomb

  • Publisher: Dustan Whitcomb
  • Total Episodes: 3

I create movies, podcasts, and carbon dioxide.

Mad Planet, The by LEINSTER, Murray

  • Publisher: LibriVox
  • Total Episodes: 4

It is 30,000 years following dramatically changed climate conditions on earth which had let massive amounts of carbon dioxide belch from the interior of the planet into the atmosphere. Over the millenia this would have quite devastating effects on life as it had once been known. Much of the human and animal population would not survive the climate change, and indeed those few humans who did survive knew nothing of all which their predecessors had learned and built. Indeed, they knew not even of their existence. On the other hand insects and fungi would flourish over time. And so those few remaining humans were unknowingly at the very beginning of the building of a tribal society, which at the time of the story of Burl simply meant food and survival. And so it was Burl who chose to travel beyond his small tribal community in an effort to hunt for something new and different to hopefully impress Saya, the young female of his tribe to whom he felt a peculiar attraction. The Mad Planet is Burl’s adventure. (Introduction by Roger Melin)

Radio Luftballett

  • Total Episodes: 11

What is Radio Luftballet? Radio Luftballet—anchored at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL)—is a place for imagining new worlds and sharing people’s stories about how we can contribute to the transition to a more sustainable society. Radio Luftballet hopes to open up connections and collaborations between the many sectors—cultural, commercial, social, political—working on transitions within their fields. In this project we wish to keep alive the historic ambitions of utopian thinking. But instead of creating fiction, we aim to enhance and promote already existing initiatives and bring attention to those at work on their tasks. What is transition? Around the world people are searching for pathways out of the carbon-intensive era. Transition takes many forms and is approached from many different angles. There must be a transition not only within the energy sector, but in most aspects of how we live our lives. Why do we need a transition? This year atmospheric concentrations of the greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have surged at a record breaking speed and carbon dioxide levels have reached the highest level in 800,000 years. Humans have played the substantial part in this unprecedented increase. Human-induced climate change affects us all, however, there are a lot of things that can be done and the actions we take over the next few years will have massive consequences for those directly affected by climate change. Is this an art project? ​Yes. Within the arts there is a strong tradition of imagining better worlds. Thomas More’s book Utopia, published in 1516, describes an imaginary island without private property and inspired policies and politics for years to come. William Morris, a textile artist and founder of the Arts and Crafts movement, described his craft-rich ideal society in 1888 in News From Nowhere.  Ernest Callenbach inspired the politics of the German Green Party through his book Ecotopia (1975), which describes his ideal view of a society located in Oregon. Is this something more than an art project? Yes. Framed within an art project, this is an interdisciplinary collaboration aimed at developing new forms of Transition Communication.  We acknowledge that climate change is a complex issue that overlaps cultural, political, ethical, and psychological issues, and often appears daunting. We hope that in light of the complexity of transition, stories create a space for making changes in real life. Narratives provide a way for us to imagine our way out of the carbon-intensive era. Radio Luftballet strongly believes that the stories we share are part of the solution. Who are we? Radio Luftballet consists of Radio Luftballet initiator, Margrethe Kolstad Brekke, located in Bergen, Norway; Climate Change Management Master’s Program students, Calum Macintyre, Adam Gairns and Victoria Slaymark, located in Sogndal, Norway; and poet Alicia Cohen, located in Portland, Oregon.  We hope the interdisciplinary of the project will generate a creative space from which to take a step back from our professional perspectives. We hope to form common human ground, distill the essence of transition stories and evaluate and discuss what we find to be effective Transition Communication. ​ Radio Luftballett is produced by Margrethe Kolstad Brekke/KORO Vågestykke. Soundscapes and jingles by Hilde Annine Hasselberg and Thorolf Thuestad– based on  Jon Gjerde`s recordings of hanggliderloops.

Chemistry for the Future: Clean Energy

  • Publisher: Oxford University
  • Total Episodes: 5

Chemistry has a central, irreplaceable role to play in solving global energy challenges. From turning carbon dioxide into fuel, to producing new materials for the storage of hydrogen, research at Oxford Chemistry is securing our future.   To find out more about our research, please visit: http://energy.chem.ox.ac.uk/   For more information about the science discussed in these podcasts, please visit the websites in the menus.

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