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The Sweaty Penguin

Ethan Brown
NatureScience

Sometimes, climate change IS a laughing matter. Every week, The Sweaty Penguin cuts through the noise and the doom-and-gloom of the climate conversation with late-night-comedy-style monologues and in-depth conversations with leading global experts on a variety of environmental issues. Through a nonpartisan approach, The Sweaty Penguin makes environmental issues less overwhelming and politicized and more accessible and fun. In partnership with Peril and Promise, a PBS/WNET public media initiative on climate change, The Sweaty Penguin invites you to join the hottest conversation in town.

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Latest Episodes

Last week, Milwaukee hit a record June high of 109°F. North Platte, Nebraska hit a June record of 108°F. Phoenix hit 114°F. Death Valley hit 123°F. And to boot, there were 30 active wildfires in various parts of the United States. Ethan reflects on t... more

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Seasons 2, 3, and 4 of The Sweaty Penguin each ended with a Kahoot competition, and now, the three winners face off in the Winners’ Circle. Which of our team members is the true expert on all things climate? See how much you remember from the podcast... more

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8 days ago

In the first ever Ethan-less episode, Producers Shannon Damiano and Megan Crimmins sit down for a conversation about the children’s book “What Is Climate Change.” more

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Reviews

4.9 out of 5 stars from 25 ratings
  • I enjoy The Sweaty Penguin. They present a number of environmental issues and discuss what can be done about these issues in very interesting interviews with experts. They avoid being politically divisive and keep on topic. The environment is not a left vs right issue and there are environmentalists on both sides. I enjoy these episodes and have learnt a lot.

    Podcast Addict
    4
    Luke Labbernathy
    a year ago
  • This is even great for old guys like me

    Sweaty Penguin has not only provided me with great information on the environment, it also wins the war against my ADHD by being interesting, fun, and just the right length. I have learned quite a lot about topics which I had never really considered.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Slow Yer Roll
    United Statesa year ago
  • Politically Neutral, Informative and Entertaining

    In a world where every issue has been politicized, I was thrilled to come across a podcast about climate issues that informs and entertains from the middle.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Politically Unafilliated
    United Statesa year ago
  • The Perfect Cross of Comedy & Literally Everything Else

    The Sweaty Penguin will absolutely enchant you! It’s the kind of podcast that gets you *into* podcasts in general. It’s the perfect mix of comedy, information, and organization. So much of environmental media/literature unintentionally turns into overwhelming jargon-vortexes. The opening monologues of The Sweaty Penguin stand out by giving you a solid understanding of all the key parts, packaged neatly into a hilarious, witty narrative. It’s like taking a niche little knowledge pill while listen... more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Val3498ee
    United Statesa year ago
  • I look forward to it weekly!

    This is a very high quality podcast. I enjoy each episode and laugh a lot while still learning about important environmental themes. What I love most is that the Sweaty Penguin discusses unique topics that you won’t hear about elsewhere and invites top-notch experts to provide their input!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Grace Koehl
    United Statesa year ago

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