As the planet we call home faces a climate emergency, Living on Earth is your go-to source for the latest coverage of climate change, ecology, and human health. Hosted by Steve Curwood and brought to you by PRX.
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This podcast is the opposite of Joe Rogan. It is well-informed, well produced, evidence, based, and idealistic. This ought to be the top podcast in the world right now. Spread the word!
Literally and metaphorically. Interspersed with useful information occasionally.
I believe that waste management is an important part of the climate change movement, and one material that is constantly posing a threat is plastic. I really appreciate you devoting an episode to this topic in your most recent episode. I will definitely share your podcast show with my family, friends, and colleagues so that they can be educated and hopefully stop using plastic bags and products with plastic containers. Everyone should really listen to your podcast and be more environmentally con... more
Great podcast but I think it would be helpful to distinguish by plant based agriculture and animal agriculture in terms of water use. Animal agriculture is much worse! more
I’ve listened to the show for years, when it’s on the radio and feel it covers interesting topics and has a good selectionsof guests, but the thing that bothers me is that it sounds so rehearsed and scripted, like “I’ll say this, and then you reply with this” type stuff. Nothing seems natural about it.
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Living on Earth launched 18 years ago and published 1145 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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