A Climate Change with Matt Matern is a weekly environmental radio show and podcast featuring influential guests from government, business, activism, academia, and culture. The show serves to inform its audience about environmental issues, while inspiring listeners to take action and create a coalition to save the planet.
110: Captain Paul Watson of the Captain Paul Watson Foundation
Early member of Greenpeace and founder of the Sea Shepherd conservationist organization, Captain Paul Watson is an eco warrior!
109: UCLA Professor & Institute of Carbon Management Director, Gaurav Sant
From CarbonBuilt to Equatic the technique of removing carbon and putting it in concrete to sequestration of carbon in oceans, Gaurav will amaze you with the different ways in which carbon dioxide emissions can be captured, stored and removed.
108: The High Stakes of Carbon Removal with Robert Höglund
World changing carbon removal policies implemented in Sweden and across Europe, Robert Höglund is an independent advisor working on carbon removal, climate contributions and climate policy through his company Marginal Carbon and his sustainable investing through Milkywire.
107: Chad Frischmann, CEO/Founder of Regenerative Intelligence
Listen in as Matt interviews a dynamic TED Global environmental speaker, accomplished author, podcaster, and coalition builder. Chad believes we must activate humanity to become a planet-positive species to create our regenerative future!
106: Professor Roland Horne on the Geothermal Solution
Is geothermal the solution to our environmental crisis? Is using the untapped power of the earth to power the grid a good idea? Let’s find out with Professor Roland Horne, of the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability.
105: Inspirational Leadership on Climate with Lance Secretan
Lance Secretan is a spiritual thought leader and the world’s foremost authority on inspirational leadership. For twelve years running he has been voted one of the top thirty most influential leadership coaches in the world. He is the former CEO of a Fortune 100 company,
104: Live Off the Grid Sustainably with Joshua Spodek
Learn how you can live off the grid sustainably in this modern world with Joshua Spodek. He is the model of sustainability, as he shows us through systematic change how to drastically cut down your carbon footprint.
103: Vital Ocean Solutions with AltaSea CEO, Terry Tamminen
Matt Matern and Terry Tamminen, author, President/CEO of AltaSea, and board member of 7th Generation Advisors, explore vital solutions from the ocean, and its potential to provide limitless food, fuel, and medicines.
102: Sustainable Fashion with Alissa Baier-Lentz & Tricia Carey
Alissa Baier-Lentz of Kintra Fibers and Tricia Carey of Renewcell radically confront the fashion industry’s carbon footprint through innovating new trends in sustainability, biodegradability and circular fashion.
101: Fridays for Future activists Darya Sotoodeh & Katharina Maier
Absorbing interview with Fridays for Future, the organization founded by Greta Thunberg who reminds us that, “No one is too small to make a difference.” Hear from one of Germanys’ leading climate activists Darya Sotoodeh and the lead organizer Katharina Maier (Kat) at at Fridays
Episode 100: The Octopus in the Parking Garage with Robert Verchick
Join Matt this week for an enlightening discussion about climate change with Robert Verchick, author of The Octopus in the Parking Garage, and Dr. Leslie Field.
Episode 99: Human Dimensions of Climate Change with professor Robert McLeman
Join us this week with guest host Max Sloves for a fascinating interview with Professor Robert McLeman, a TedX speaker, on the human dimensions of climate change.
Episode 98: The Politics of Climate Change with Citizens Climate Lobby
Join guest Host Max Sloves, sitting in for Matt Matern, for a great informative conversation with Steve Valk and Dana Nuccitelli from Citizens’ Climate Lobby about nonpartisan approaches to climate education.
Episode 97: Sustainable Fashion Author & Editor Dana Thomas
Join Matt for a riveting conversation with Dana Thomas, author and European Sustainability Editor at British Vogue, about sustainability and the environmental impacts of the fashion industry.
Episode 96: The Dangers of Methane Emissions with Dr. Ilissa Ocko
Join us this week on A Climate Change with Matt Matern as Matt interviews Climate Scientist, Dr. Ilissa Ocko, from the Environmental Defense Fund who discusses key issues and the fastest way to slow climate change by cutting methane emissions.
Episode 95: Gen Z Climate Activist Isaias Hernandez
Listen in this week as guest Isaias Hernandez discusses our climate crisis and things we can do to educate others. Isaias is a passionate Environmental Educator and Gen Z Climate Activist, who goes by the moniker QueerBrownVegan.
Episode 94: The Population Bomb Author, Professor Paul R. Ehrlich
Join Matt for an interview with Paul R. Ehrlich, as they discuss climate change and the dangers of population growth and the resulting environmental catastrophe. Paul is also author of Life: A Journey Through Science and Politics, a brand new memoir
Episode 93: The History of Electric Cars with David A. Kirsch
Join Matt this week for a great discussion with Associate Professor David A. Kirsch on the history of the electric vehicle and the implications on the environment moving forward.
Episode 92: Solar Cars with Steve Fambro of Aptera Motors
Join Matt for an exciting discussion with Steve Fambro, the enigmatic Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Aptera Motors, the company launching the first all solar car!
Episode 91: Nuclear Fusion Energy Breakthrough with Bruno Van Wonterghem
Join Matt for an educational interview with Bruno Van Wonterghem, scientist and NIF Director for the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Bruno has recently led revolutionary research about lasers, nuclear technology, and harnessing energy and has made cutting edge breakthroughs in science.
Episode 90: It’s Not Too Late with Seth Godin’s Carbon Almanac
Listen in this week to cogent solutions for climate change with Seth Godin, author, dot com business entrepreneur, and founding editor of The Carbon Almanac.
Episode 89: Utilizing Methane from Landfills with Vespene Energy
Join Matt for an very informative conversation with Adam Wright, CEO of Vespene Energy, as they discuss the importance of trapping and utilizing methane from landfills for the betterment of the environment.
Episode 88: Women Fighting Climate Change with Osprey Orielle Lake
Fresh from Cop 27 in Egypt, Osprey Orielle Lake, Executive Director and Founder of WECAN (Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network) engages with Matt Matern about the unique role women play in fighting climate change.
Episode 87: Carmageddon with Author Daniel Knowles
Join Matt Matern in his discussion with Daniel Knowles, Midwest correspondent for the Economist and author of “Carmegeddon: How Cars Make Life Worse and What to Do About It”.
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