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.
Episode 78: Andy Marsh, President and CEO of Plug Power
Listen in for a lively discussion with Andy Marsh, President and CEO of Plug Power. Under his leadership, Plug Power has led innovation, bringing the hydrogen fuel cell market from concept to commercialization.
Episode 77: Jigar Shah, Director of Loan Programs – U.S. Department of Energy
Join us for an amazing episode with Jigar Shah who gained prominence as an American clean energy entrepreneur and is now the Director, Loan Programs Office at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).
Episode 76: Christine Todd Whitman, American Forward Party Politician & Author
Join Matt for an interesting discussion with Christine Todd Whitman, the American Forward Party politician and author who, while still a Republican, served as the 50th governor of New Jersey, from 1994 to 2001, and as Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency in the administration
Episode 75: Jay Famiglietti, Executive Director – Global Institute for Water Security – University of Saskatchewan
Join Matt for an insightful interview with Jay Famiglietti, the Executive Director of the Global Institute for Water Security at the University of Saskatchewan and also the host of the “What About Water” podcast. Jay has a long history of government advising and public service
Episode 74b: Dr. Leslie Field, Dr. Soumitra Das, & Dr. Subarna Bhattacharyya, Climate Change Researchers
Join Matt for a very important conversation with three of the world’s most innovative doctors and researchers on the topic of climate change and melting ice.
Epsidoe 74: Michelle Moore, CEO of Groundswell & Author of “Rural Renaissance”
Michelle Moore, CEO of Groundswell and author of Rural Renaissance, is a small town girl from Georgia and building clean energy futures for local communities is inspired by her Faith. Groundswell is a 501c3 nonprofit that builds community power through equitable community solar projects and
Episode 73: Bill Nussey, Podcast Host, Author, Speaker, Businessman, & Tech CEO
Join Matt with Mr. Bill Nussey, Podcast host, Author, Speaker and Businessman and tech CEO. Bill’s journey into clean energy began with a TED Talk, which grew into 100+ articles and, most recently, the #1 ranked renewable energy podcast called The Freeing Energy Podcast. All
Episode 72: Dr. Mark Z. Jacobson, Stanford Professor
Join Matt for an enlightening discussion with Dr. Mark Z. Jacobson, a professor from Stanford, who works diligently on promoting policies for cities, states, and countries to transition to 100% renewable energy for all energy sectors.
Episode 71: Mike Barnard, Strategist for The Future is Electric for Agora Energy Technologies
Join Matt for an interesting discussion about climate, environmental issues, and solutions with Mike Barnard a Strategist at The Future is Electric for Agora Energy Technologies.
Episode 70: Jay Sinha, Author, Lawyer, & Co-Founder of Life Without Plastic
Join Matt for an interview with Jay Sinha who is an ecopreneur, scientist, lawyer, policy advisor, writer and speaker who is the co-founder of Life Without Plastic, a globally established online shop and information resource for safe, high quality, ethically-sourced, Earth-friendly alternatives to plastic products
Episode 69: Anja Brandon, Ph.D. & U.S. Plastics Policy Analyst at Ocean Conservancy
Join guest host Harry Artin as he discusses with Anja Brandon, Ph.D., U.S. Plastics Policy Analyst at Ocean Conservancy – the huge crisis and impacts of plastics pollution in our environment and world.
Episode 68: Brett Walter, CEO & Founder of Climate Action Now
Join guest host Max Sloves with Brett Walter to learn about the work that Climate Action Now is primarily focused on. They are aiming to bring about the systemic changes needed to address climate change.
Episode 67: Dr. George Crabtree, Director of the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research
Join guest host Corey Bennett as he discusses energy storage and battery technologies with Dr. George Crabtree.
Episode 66: Caroline Dennett, Safety Consultant & Director at Clout
Join guest host Max Sloves as he discusses practices at Shell and their environmental impacts with former employee Caroline Dennett now Safety Consultant & Director at Clout.
Episode 65: Dr. Amgad Elgowainy, Scientist & Group Leader at Argonne National Laboratory
Dr. Elgowainy is a senior scientist and a group leader at Argonne National Laboratory who leads technoeconomic and environmental life cycle analysis of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and battery electric vehicles.
Episode 64: Brian Goldstein, Executive Director at Energy Independence Now
Join Matt Matern and Brian Goldstein for a discussion about hydrogen energy and the important trailblazing work of Energy Independence Now (EIN).
Episode 63: Renee Grogan, Chief Sustainability Officer & Co-Founder at Impossible Mining
Learn about the basics of seabed mining, the research and green technology innovations, and best practices implemented by Impossible Mining.
Episode 62: Peter Lehner, Managing Attorney, Sustainable Food & Farming, Earthjustice
Listen in on an enlightening conversation with Peter Lehner of Earthjustice to learn about some of the current issues with farming and sustainable food sources and the impacts on our planet.
Episode 61: Mayor Rex Parris, Mayor of Lancaster, CA
Join Matt for insights into the forward thinking measures Rex Parris has implemented in the city of Lancaster in regards to the environment.
Episode 60: Dr. Sandor Mulsow, Head OREM – International Seabed Authority
Join Matt for a very interesting conversation with Dr. Sandor Mulsow to discuss the importance of sea bed mining.
Episode 59: Brian Von Herzen, Executive Director, Climate Foundation
Matt interviews Dr. Brian Von Herzen about the great environmental work being done by the Climate Foundation.
Episode 58: Traci Park, Attorney & LA City Council Candidate
Join Matt and guest Traci Park for a lively discussion about current issues we are facing in the greater LA area.
Episode 57: Dr. Charles Meneveau, Professor at Johns Hopkins University
Join Matt for an interesting discussion with Dr. Charles Meneveau on wind energy and how we can do our part to help the environment.
Episode 56: Dr. Leslie Field & Dave Rosenfeld, The Arctic Ice Project and the Solar Rights Alliance
Join Matt for an interesting dive into the Environmental work of The Arctic Ice Project and the Solar Rights Alliance, with two dynamic guests.
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