The Sweaty Penguin: Antarctica's Hottest Podcast
Each episode of The Sweaty Penguin focuses on one specific environmental problem. We welcome two guests with minimal prior knowledge of the problem, one more conservative and one more liberal. After a late-night-comedy-style monologue explaining the problem and various possible solutions, the host and guests interview a professional with expertise in that particular problem and then have a conversation where the guests form first impressions. In each episode, we aim to find common ground, both on what the problem is and some strategies to solve it.
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Meet the Team
The Sweaty Penguin is run by four Boston University students with a mix of environmental experience and communications experience. We aim to share environmental issues in an understandable, fun way!
Host and Executive Producer
Majors: Environmental Analysis & Policy and Film & Television
Hometown: Bethel, CT
Favorite Penguin: Hugsy, Joey’s bedtime penguin pal in Friends
Majors: Environmental Analysis & Policy and International Relations
Hometown: Orono, MN
Favorite Penguin: Pablo from The Backyardigans
Hometown: Caguas, Puerto Rico
Favorite Penguin: Adélie penguins
Graphics and Social Media
Hometown: Spring Lake Heights, NJ
Favorite Penguin: A little tiny baby one
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