In this episode, we talk to two experts from the GRID3 program, which is providing geospatial data to support Nigeria’s COVID-19 vaccination planning.
PodPlanet Archives - State of the Planet
Today we’re celebrating World Oceans Day with a deep dive into an international project to map the entire seafloor.
In this episode, Kevin Krajick talks with volcanologist Einat Lev about her recent trip to study and film Iceland’s spectacularly erupting Fagradalsfjall Volcano.
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”
In this episode we explore the toll COVID-19 has taken on migration and how corruption is making it that much worse for vulnerable groups.
In our final episode of the year, Kyu Lee speaks with three of his colleagues: Phebe Pierson, Sarah Fecht and Charlotte Munson.
In this episode Marie DeNoia Aronsohn talks with Maureen Raymo, the interim director of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, on her vision for the institution.
In this episode, Kevin Krajick explores Marco Tedesco’s obsession with the cryosphere—the part of earth that consists of frozen water.
George Bernard Shaw, who once quipped that “youth is wasted on the young,” couldn’t be more wrong when it comes to climate activism.