While 70% of North Americans believe in climate change, only 35% actually talk about it (source). When asked why, they cite being uncertain of the facts, unclear about any impact they can make and unwilling to engage in arguments on the subject.
But constructive, informed and open conversations are essential to creating a positive future. We’ve created the Carbon Almanac Network of Podcasts to help spark the conversations we need to have about climate change.
If you like interesting conversations check out CarbonSessions. This podcast features everyday people, from everywhere, who discuss the effects of climate change and the things ordinary people can do to make a difference.
And for kids… Generation Carbon is a fun, interactive podcast made especially for children aged 6-10. There are stories that feature fun animals, help from climate change experts and simple activities kids can do to become change makers.
For the podcast aficionados out there, be sure to tune in to Carbon Connections. This podcast features a carefully curated selection of episodes from various podcasts around the world, all on the subject of climate change.
All of these podcasts have been brought to you by the team at the The Carbon Almanac Network—a group of over 2000 volunteers who came together from more than ninety countries to work on one of the greatest challenges humanity has ever faced. The Carbon Collective is a podcast where these amazing people share their insights and the aha moments they had while collaborating on this landmark project.