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Sobering yet hopeful. There is an interesting twist to the format which elevates it above what you might expect from a climate change warning podcast. Part of what makes it hard to act is that the future doesn't feel real. This show does the work of trying to project us forward and let us experience what it might be like. Another knockout from my neighbors to the north.
It sounds so funny to hear that back in 2015, Vancouver thought it would be the Greenest City in the World by 2020!! more
I loved this....I knew climate change was happening and I continue to go out of my to make small personal adjustments, but the way this was presented....very realistic. I loved when the little girl was woken up and presented with how her day would be laid out and all the changes related to climate...soccer practice being delayed, the requirement for her to wear a face mask....was just awesome!
Thank you for this podcast. Well researched, expertly presented and easy to understand for the everyday person. A must listen by ALL Canadians. The effects of climate change will certainly be different in different areas of the country but just as devastating if we close our eyes and leave the problem to future generations.
All Canadians (and everyone) should listen to this! This matters and climate change affects everyone. Amazing podcast that’s helps to put things into perspective.
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2050: Degrees of Change launched 7 years ago and published 9 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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