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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Great episode as usual. I may be the ONE who got the Burrow calf joke. #ItWasWorthIt keep up the great work of shining a light on the science and solutions!
The environment is dope
As someone who obsesses on their personal choices based on how they impact the environment on a daily basis, this was a somewhat refreshing podcast to listen to. Really appreciate the humor mixed in with the niche topics like soy and rubber, and the worldviews of the guests. My only thing would be a better “now what?” toward the end of the episodes. Gloom and doom nihilism about our environment can be hard to push past
Very interesting podcast. You should listen to it. The host is a very reasonable young man.
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The Sweaty Penguin launched 3 years ago and published 212 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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