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In this week’s episode, host Kristin Hayes talks with V. Kelly Turner, an associate professor at the Luskin School of Public Affairs at the University of California, Los Angeles, about the impacts of heat on students in US schools. Heat not only affe... more
In this week’s episode, host Margaret Walls talks with Victoria Sanders and Molly Robertson. Sanders is a research analyst at the New York City Environmental Justice Alliance, and Robertson works at Resources for the Future as a research associate. T... more
In this week’s episode, host Kristin Hayes talks with Milan Elkerbout about how the European Union has responded to the Inflation Reduction Act. Elkerbout will join Resources for the Future as a fellow in October, transitioning from his role as head ... more
This podcast is a great way to stay up to date on the leading environmental challenges facing policymakers and scientists. If you’re a researcher looking for impactful directions, there are many questions here that beg to be answered.
The hosts do a great job diving into important and topical subjects. They bring on knowledgeable guests and engage in authentic, clear, and educational dialogue on these issues. I found this podcast when I became interested in learning more about energy-related issues in the country, and I have learned a lot through their work. Daniel Raimi’s self-composed intro
This is one of the best overviews of ETS that I have heard. A clear and articulate presentation covering many different parts of the world. Balanced and factual. Thank you very much.
Too little, too late from the O&G industry. We are going on without them at this point because they dithered too long and lost their opportunity. more
Daniel Raimi is a great communicator and he conducts the interviews very well and in depth. His calm and soothing voice sets a relaxing tone to the conversation, while he adds plenty of great questions and gives the guest time to respond and elaborate on the topic. I also love that he makes sure to explain jargons and to give context so anyone can understand the content. more
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Resources Radio launched 5 years ago and published 252 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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