Are you wanting to learn more about carbon footprint? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best carbon footprint 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 Footprint Podcasts 2021
- Publisher: Icy Liu
- Total Episodes: 20
Ungrafted is a podcast about wine, humanity, and the planet. Join Icy Liu in a series of conversations with scientists, winemakers, and industry professionals who are dedicated to pushing deeper into biodiversity, regenerative agriculture, reducing the carbon footprint of wine, increasing diversity in the wine business and more. Instagram: @ungraftedpodcast Website: www.ungraftedpodcast.com
- Publisher: David Jensen & Cecily Chambers
- Total Episodes: 14
Whether you’re making a fort with the sofa cushions to defend against evil monsters or you’re building a house with zero carbon footprint, every endeavor starts with a story.
Carbon Neutral Podcast
- Publisher: Carbon Neutral Project
- Total Episodes: 10
Reducing your carbon footprint is easier than you might think. This podcast is just one of the many resources that the Carbon Neutral Project provides to individuals and businesses in order to reach carbon neutrality by 2050.
The Net Zero Life
- Publisher: Nathan Zvi
- Total Episodes: 8
Nathan Zvi is on a mission to bring climate innovators to the forefront of media and help the people of the world reduce their carbon footprint, save money, and live happier. The Net Zero Life podcast answers the most basic question of “Why should you care about climate change?” and dives deep into topics such as “How many times do you need to use your Hydroflask before it is better than a Poland Springs water bottle?” Along the way you’ll hear from sustainability thought leaders such as climate scientists, politicians, celebrities, business people, and everyday folks who are living their best net zero life.
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.
The Cut Flower Podcast
- Publisher: Roz Chandler
- Total Episodes: 16
If you love cut flowers you are in the right place.The host Roz Chandler has been a cut flower farmer for nearly ten years and is passionate about helping others to have their own cutting patches.This podcast is for you if:-. You currently grow or want to grow cut flowers for pleasure.. You are starting out growing cut flowers and would love to be part of a growing community.. You are a florist wishing to grow cut flowers and reduce reliance on imported blooms.Your host is passionate about reducing the number of cut flowers travelling many thousands of miles from across the globe and therefore helping to reduce the carbon footprint on our planet for our children and their children.Cut flower guests will join us on this journey.We look forward to welcoming you to our community.Join our Facebook community group The Cut Flower Collective for more hints and tips.https://www.facebook.com/groups/768190817371225Request our free PDF on our Top Ten Tips for Having A Cutting Patchhttps://fieldgateflowers.kartra.com/page/10-tips Instagram is http://www.instagram.com/fieldgateflowers
Ask a Sustainable Builder
- Publisher: Maureen Ciaccio
- Total Episodes: 7
This podcast is for people who want to understand options for custom homes and renovating that will reduce their carbon footprint. Some call it green building, some high performance and others, sustainable building. If you want to understand building science concepts and lingo in a conversational way, then join us as I interview everyday builders, architects, materials suppliers and people who enjoy living in high performance homes. This will be a great start on your journey to sustainable choices in home building and renovation.
The Cheeky Revolution
- Publisher: Claudia Ayuso
- Total Episodes: 15
The Cheeky Revolution is a podcast series hosted by writer and content creator, Claudia Ayuso, who’ll be in conversation with some of the minds that are shaping the world today. These extraordinary guests are people who’ve put the planet at the heart of their business and life choices. So, if you want to know how they’ve made it, you’ll have to listen to all things environmental: from carbon footprint to plant-based lifestyle or eco-fashion. Cheeky, we know. This is The Cheeky Revolution.
Mary-Ann on Health and Life!
- Publisher: Mary-Ann Shearer
- Total Episodes: 51
This is a collection of talks and interviews that Mary-Ann has done over the last 10 years or so. The cover a multitude of subjects, mostly within the health field, but not limited to.. And, if you know Mary-Ann, she has an opinion on anything and everything! (She is my wife, I can say these things!!) Biography In 1991 Mary-Ann and Mark Shearer opened their first shop in Craighall Park, Johannesburg. It was called “Mary-Ann’s Wholefood Emporium” – .It started out as a health food store supplying preservative-free dried fruit and light vegan meals and the dream was to have a place filled with ‘natural’ foods, clothing, furniture, energy-saving gadgets and a whole host of eco/natural lifestyle products.Here at Mary-Ann’s we pride our selves in bringing our customers the absolute best quality products available with minimum carbon footprint. Even our packaging is made from plants (cellophane made from cellulose) and can biodegrade in your very own composite heaps – but be sure to cut out our label, as unfortunately that is not as environmentally friendly. With the cost of retail space being what it is and the margins on natural products being what they are, they have brought that ’emporium’ to you online.. www.mary-anns.com for our whole story!
Unpacking Food Tech
- Publisher: Industry Dive
- Total Episodes: 3
Welcome to Unpacking Food Tech, a podcast series that brings you the facts on the circular economy that can help you see things in a clearer light—and give you messages you can share with others.In this three-part series, Food Dive’s Brand Studio will speak with experts in the food industry to debunk myths and bring you information you need to know to help reduce your carbon footprint and make smarter purchasing decisions.
Home Green Homes
- Publisher: Izumi Tanaka
- Total Episodes: 32
Let’s talk about how we can create a home that’s safer, healthier, and more comfortable while saving money and reducing our carbon footprint on our planet.
Tiny Climate Challenge
- Publisher: Mayela Manasjan
- Total Episodes: 26
A podcast for busy people who want to save the planet by completing one simple eco-challenge at a time. The vision for this show is to engage, educate and empower people to reduce their carbon footprint and solve our climate crisis by completing various small eco-challenges. Produced by Heard Not Seen Media, Inc.
Climate Change Challenges & Solutions
- Publisher: David Lilley
- Total Episodes: 2
Climate change is the biggest challenge facing the world. None of the leading scientists in the world would debate this statement and there is a race to try and reduce the carbon emissions that will cause a tipping point in 10 years time if the plan signed up to by world leaders is not accomplished. Almost every human being in the world has a part to play and every business and organisation has a responsibility to understand both understand their carbon footprint and to create a plan to reduce it. We debate the challenges and the solutions.
- Publisher: Michael Nazarian
- Total Episodes: 60
Join brothers Mike and Nick as they focus on basic sustainability education and the small steps that we as consumers/families can do to not only shrink our carbon footprint but grow our positive footprint. The realistic sustainability podcast will debunk some common misconceptions about going green while helping us all discover new ways to improve our lives and communities. So sit back and enjoy and if you want to help, please leave comments and subscribe (it helps more than you know). Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/realistic-sustainability/support
The Sustainable Act with Smiely Khurana
- Publisher: Smiely Khurana
- Total Episodes: 18
The Sustainable Act dives into environmental issues and solutions, creating social impact, and culture. Discover new sustainable tools, learn tips on reducing your carbon footprint, fight environmental racism and shine light on wellbeing and health! Featuring inspiring guests from all walks of life to share their stories and thoughts, we discuss breaking barriers and inspiring change for current issues. Subscribe and leave a review to support, connect with us on social media to tell us your story, and visit thesustainableact.com for more resources and posts!
Tad Talks Sustainability
- Publisher: Julianna Radzinski
- Total Episodes: 4
What is sustainability? How does sustainability relate to my business, products, and operations? How can I reduce my company’s carbon footprint? How can I optimize my company’s sustainability strategy? How can I turn sustainability into profitability? Welcome to Tad Talks Sustainability where our host and sustainability expert, Tad Radzinski, sits down with his daughter every week to answer these questions and more! During our weekly episodes, Tad clearly explains everything you need to know about sustainability to help your company optimize your sustainability strategy and reach your goals. Tad offers tips for reducing embodied carbon and operational carbon, designing sustainable products and packaging, setting sustainability goals, and so much more.
- Publisher: Hilary Wilson
- Total Episodes: 5
What are museums doing to mitigate their carbon footprint? How are artists creating work during times of ecological crisis? What resources are out there for those in the field of cultural heritage who want to make their practice more sustainable? What are NFTs and why are they so resource-intensive? Join host Hilary Wilson as she asks these questions and learns from experts working to address these issues and more on Green Museum, a podcast that examines sustainability within art and cultural heritage. Listen on Spotify and Apple Podcast! Let’s Connect! Instagram: @greenmuseumpodcast Twitter: @greenmuseumpod Email: email@example.com
- Publisher: Kaloyan
- Total Episodes: 14
This is the podcast where we will discuss why gas in transport is a sustainable, practical and affordable choice for our transport system. gmobility aims to explain, discuss, and share experiences about a very simple and effective solution which can quickly tackle the current environmental footprint of the transport sector. gmobility stands for gas in transport, from natural to renewable gas, from personnel mobility to freight transport. As you will discover, the circular economy and carbon-neutral mobility are already available today! And sometimes also within our households: producing clean biomethane from our daily domestic waste is already a reality and we are proud of it.Today, we are in need of solutions that can quickly curb emissions of the transport sector: gmobility aims to show how this can be done thanks to renewable gas and its potential for the future!
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.
The Cooler Future Podcast
- Publisher: Cooler Future
- Total Episodes: 5
This podcast connects the dots between finance and climate change. One of the most important factors having major potential for reaching net-zero emissions is our money, the way we spend it, and the way we invest it. With this series of expert talks, The Cooler Future Podcast intends to bring clarity on how investments can help you build a more sustainable future. The podcast explores how different industries — from energy to fashion to finance — can tackle climate change and gives advice on how we, as individuals, can be sure to support the right companies with our investments and consumption choices. ABOUT COOLER FUTURE: Cooler Future’s mission is to create positive climate impact by investing in assets from companies that are actively reducing their carbon footprint. With our intuitive, easy-to-use mobile app, anyone can track the CO2e impact of each euro invested, while generating financial returns at the same time. Learn more here: www.coolerfuture.com PLEASE NOTE: The Cooler Future Podcast is for general information purposes only. It should not be relied upon as a basis for investment decisions. Before making any investment, you should carefully seek independent accounting, legal, tax, or other professional advice.