What happens when regular people work together to create massive, meaningful change on a global scale? Welcome to the carbon Almanac collective. A podcast where the volunteers who created the Carbon Almanac share the insights and aha moments they had while collaborating on this landmark project to help fight the climate crisis.
Hosted by Jennifer Myers Chua, and featuring the voices of Carbon Almanac Contributors. Reminding you that it's not too late to join in on the conversation.
the planet - and the grownups! - need your help
Hey Generation C Changemakers! Generation Carbon is the podcast where kids like you help grownups like us save the planet.
Kids like you have tough questions about climate change and we believe that you deserve the answers. And this is why we made Generation Carbon, a podcast for curious kids. We'll hear from friends, animals, classrooms, scientists, experts, and change-makers like you. And if you're interested in submitting your own super scientific findings for an episode. We need Gen C science-minded story reporters on the climate case! Have your grown-ups visit thecarbonalmanac.org/kids for more information. Let's change the world. Changemakers!
Carbon Conversations for every day, with everyone, from everywhere in the world.
Welcome to CarbonSessions: a podcast with Carbon Conversations for every day, with everyone, from everywhere in the world. In our conversations, we share ideas, perspectives, questions, and things we can actually do to make a difference.
Hosted by: Jenn Swanson (Canada) Inma J López (Scotland) Olabanji Stephen (Nigeria) Rod Aparicio (Germany) Leekei Tang (France) with Carbon Alamanac contributors, and guests from all over the world.
We’d love you to join the CarbonSessions and share your perspectives from wherever you are.
If you want to add your voice to the conversation, record a voice message at the bottom of this page and be part of a future episode. It's not too late to add your voice to the global conversation.
The Carbon Connection highlights conversations about the many facets of climate change. These conversations are about hope, advocacy, and changing our future.
You can send us a note, a review or a submission using Speakpipe. Please record in a quiet area, and be sure to include the name of the podcast you are submitting the audio for. Please note that you have 90 seconds per recording. (Feel free to submit multiple!) You can also reach the Carbon Almanac Podcast Team at email@example.com.