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This sounds fascinating, but how does it work with the guidance to open windows to prevent viral transmission? For reference, I live in an oldish house, open windows every day and always sleep with an open window.
How has this not taken off? World leaders need to listen to this to, so many amazing ideas brought together by the excellent host! Listened from top—to-bottom a few times haha.
What a great first series. The climate crisis can feel impossibly big to tackle but this podcast gives me optimism. To hear about people across the world finding solutions in a myriad of ways gives me hope that with the will and energy of humans across the globe we can adapt, innovate and take positive actions to mitigate the effects of climate change on the planet and people.
Thank you for this. Really looking forward to the next section. more
I’m really enjoying the format of the podcasts, with a quick focus on so many different and really diverse examples of climate solutions and projects around the world.
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39 Ways to Save the Planet launched 2 years ago and published 41 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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