Four Podcasts on Climate Change

Four Podcasts on Climate Change

If you are into podcasts like I am, and interested in climate change like I am, there are four podcasts about climate change I listen to regularly that you might enjoy. Radio Ecoshock is a weekly podcast available via iTunes and SoundCloud. Host Alex Smith, who lives...
A flood of blue

A flood of blue

Spencer Tunick is well known for his photographs of large numbers of naked people. Volunteers strip to pose in scenes staged in a variety of locations from urban to wild. His latest project used 3,200 people, all painted in shades of blue, gathered, lying or standing...
Indra’s Cloud

Indra’s Cloud

Artist Anne Percoco used plastic water bottles to create a mobile sculpture titled Indra’s Cloud to draw attention to the pollution in the Yamuna River, India’s most polluted river. “The sculpture is a cloud of destructive environmental forces and a...

Elegy for the Arctic

I have been a fan of Ludovico Einaudi, acclaimed Italian composer and pianist, for years. And now he has teamed up with Greenpeace to play the piano in front of a calving Wahlenbergbreen glacier in Svalbard, Norway. The goal is to raise awareness about the Arctic in...
The starving polar bear

The starving polar bear

In August 2015, Arctic nature photographer Kerstin Langenberger took a photo of an emaciated polar bear, and posted it on Facebook. The photo earned her quite a bit of hate mail, but it also inspired Kerstin and many others to become more involved in climate action....