Rare earth minerals are required in many things from cell phones to wind turbines, but these minerals aren't mined and processed sustainably.
A break down of what compressor stations are, why they're harmful, and how to regulate them or make them obsolete.
A bipartisan conversation on how climate change affects maple syrup and what policies could help us adapt to these looming challenges.
A break down of why earthquakes happen, why they’re so hard to predict, what problems they cause, and how we can better prepare for them.
Wondering why there’s so much fuss in the news over cow farts? We’ve got you covered in this discussion of the environmental impacts of beef.
A bipartisan conversation on the challenges of enforcing global environmental treaties when none of them are legally binding.
After some of the latest environmental news updates, two guests sit down with Ethan for a bipartisan chat about episode 13: “Wild Salmon.”
A bipartisan conversation on plastic straws, the degree to which their prevalence actually matters, and the policies that could address them.
A bipartisan conversation on vanilla, climate vulnerability, and an economic dilemma that has pushed Malagasy farmers to the brink.
Do individual actions to help combat climate change matter? Ethan considers the role of the individual and how to maximize positive impact.