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Everything's Changing

May 19, 2022

It's the end of Season 2! Juliet and Rebecca take some time to reflect on our conversations over the past nine episodes. From sitting with climate grief to planting milkweed, our guests let us explore climate and environmental topics in new ways. Plus, Rebecca tries out a new way to say "hello" (spoiler alert: it...


May 5, 2022

If you think you’re seeing more extreme weather events on the news more often in recent years, you’re right: weather-related disasters have increased in the last 50 years. Dr. Allison Wing, professor in the department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science at Florida State University, is one expert that’s...


Apr 21, 2022

Just in time for National Monarch Butterfly Day, Rebecca and Juliet are chatting with Dr. Rebecca Snyder, curator of conservation and sciences at the Oklahoma City Zoo. Dr. Snyder helped found the Oklahoma Monarch and Pollinator Collaborative, also known as Okies for Monarchs, which involves 50 organizations around the...


Apr 7, 2022

The climate crisis brings with it a plethora of human emotion: shame, grief, hope and much more. Dr. Rebecca Nestor, an organizational consultant, facilitator and coach is looking to help build communities that offer people places to tackle all these emotions — alongside a nice slice of cake. In this episode,...


Mar 24, 2022

We all know that sea-level rise, pollution and degrading ecosystems are bad for the planet, but are they bad for us, too? Yes, says Jessica Schiff, graduate student at Harvard who works with the Harvard Center for Climate Health and Global Environment, or Harvard C-Change. In this episode, Juliet and Rebecca chat...