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Pod of the Planet Ep. 14: Ask What Nature Can Do for You

Pod of the Planet · 14. Ask what Nature can do for you

Today we’re celebrating International Women’s Day with an interview with Professor Ruth DeFries on her new book, “What Would Nature Do? A Guide for Our Uncertain Times” (14:56). She talks about how humanity can survive by adopting strategies of the nonhuman world.

Also Sarah Fecht, content manager for State of the Planet discusses a couple recent pieces from the blog including how CO2 levels may have affected dinosaur migration and the science behind CO2 and how it traps heat.

Be sure to check the rest of the amazing content highlighting the work of women at the Earth Institute.

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