Kim Cobb and Translating Data to Action

This episode, part of our season about the often unexpected stories behind climate data, features a conversation with Dr. Kim Cobb, who turned a heartbreaking experience in the field into a …

Telling Human Stories

Warm Regards is back! This is the first episode of our new season focused on the often unexpected human stories behind climate data. If you’re as excited about the new season as we are, …

Updates and a new season coming in 2020!

A short update from the Warm Regards team and a preview of what you can expect from us in our new season, launching in early 2020. Thanks for your continued support!

Don’t forget to …

A Religious Response to Climate Change

Ramesh Laungani and Sarah Myhre cover the overlap of the climate and extinction crises before inviting on Rev. Susan Hendershot and Rev. Brian Sauder of Interfaith Power and Light for a …

The Dangers of Doing Science in the Field

In a very timely and poignant conversation, Jacquelyn Gill, co-host Sarah Myhre and geologist Jane Willenbring share their personal experiences of …

Is Climate Science Easier to Swallow as Science Fiction?

Jacquelyn Gill and Ramesh Laungani chat about the Green New Deal and bittersweet arrival (almost) of spring before welcoming journalist author and …

Empowering Women to Chill Out the Planet: Climate and Gender Equity with Dr. Katharine Wilkinson

Jacquelyn Gill introduces new rotating co-host Mary Annaïse Heglar and welcomes Dr. Katharine Wilkinson, VP of Communication and Engagement for Project Drawdown, for a chat about gender …

Can we fix it? A serious look at where geoengineering stands

It's been an exceptionally long and harsh winter in North America and it has Jacquelyn thinking about what is and isn't in our control. On the topic …

Meet the youth pushing for a Green New Deal on the local level

Ramesh Laungani and guest co-host Joe Mascaro speak with young activists Olya Wright and Lily Gardner from iMatter Youth about their efforts to bring about real climate reform. It's a …

What We Talk About When We Talk About Climate (and where and how we do it)

Co-hosts Jacquelyn Gill and Ramesh Laungani welcome scientist, columnist and author Dana Nuccitelli on to take a broad look at the media landscape …

Is Climate the Greatest Story Rarely Told?

Jacquelyn and Ramesh chat with Columbia University climate scientist and storyteller Kate Marvel about a fairy tale she wrote. Also, do Dragons like …

The Surprising Truth About Environmentalists and Voting

Co-hosts Jacquelyn Gill and Ramesh Laungani talk to Nathaniel Stinnett of the Environmental Voter Project about the problems and the potential of environmentalists' track record on voting, …

How climate change is being confronted from space

Co-hosts Ramesh Laungani and Sarah Myhre chat with scientist turned satellite guru Joe Mascaro of Planet Labs about how cubesats and satellite constellations can change the way we …

How Citizens Climate Lobby Creates Green Solutions From Red and Blue

Ramesh Laungani, Sarah Myhre and Andy Revkin chat about Carbon Fees and also talk to Steve Valk with Citizens' Climate Lobby about work across all …

Voices of the Future: Hope for Climate, Science and Climate Science

Co-hosts Jacquelyn Gill and Ramesh Laungani went to the Ecological Society of America meeting and spoke to scientists from around the world about …

The Myth of the Earth Mama: The Hidden Clash Between Environmentalism and Feminism

Co-hosts Jacquelyn Gill and Sarah Myhre have an honest and sometimes hilarious conversation with Jennifer Bernstein of USC about the tension between the women's movement and the green …

Change in our oceans is a social problem, too.

Co-hosts Jacquelyn Gill and Ramesh Laungani speak to Melissa Watkinson, who researches the social and cultural dimensions of ocean acidification in …

This is Zero Hour: The Voices Behind the July 21 Youth Climate March

The Zero Hour movement is organizing a Youth Climate lobby day on July 19 and a march July 21 in Washington, D.C. to deliver a set of demands to …

"Climate Change is a Pathway into Science": Introducing Ramesh Laungani

The Warm Regards team is thrilled to introduce Ramesh Laungani as a rotating co-host of the show, appearing alongside Jacquelyn, Andy (and others - stay tuned) every few episodes.

In his …

There is No Red and Blue America, Because There's Really Six Americas

We’ve all heard about red and blue states making up our politically polarized nation. But when it comes to climate change, there are more than just …

Diversity and climate with Kim Cobb

Host Andy Revkin chats with Georgia Tech's Kim Cobb about the importance of paleoclimate and what records of the earth and environment’s previous eons can tell us about where we are, where …

Finding Shared Values - Katharine Hayhoe on Engaging with Climate Change Deniers

Renowned scientist and communicator Katharine Hayhoe joins Jacquelyn for an enlightening discussion on how best to communicate with climate deniers. …

#MeToo: The Harassment of Women Scientists Online - and Off.

Jacquelyn Gill and paleoclimatologist Dr. Sarah Myhre talk about the deep misogyny facing women scientists in online communities, and often in their …

Thanksgiving thoughts: Do you waste more or less food than most people?

Just in time for Thanksgiving, Jacquelyn Gill speaks with Victoria Ligon, an expert in food waste from the University of Arizona. If you think you hate wasting food more than most people, …

Talking to DOI Whistleblower Joel Clement

Andy Revkin is joined by Joel Clement, the Department of the Interior's whistleblower. Joel talks about his job at DOI, his resignation and "scathing letter", and his concern for Alaska's …

"Still in Emergency Mode": Puerto Rico & The Caribbean Three Weeks Out from Maria

Eric Holthaus and Miami meteorologist John Morales hash out their thoughts on a relentless hurricane season, the desperate situation in Puerto Rico, …

Climate Change Got You Down? You Need to Hear This Now

Andrew Revkin and Jacquelyn Gill talk with Sara Moore about climate adaptation and staying hopeful in what feels like very troubling times.

Sara …

People Power: The Fight for Environmental Justice in the Age of Climate Change

In one of the most hopeful episodes yet, Jacquelyn and Eric are joined by Mustafa Santiago Ali, Senior Vice President of Climate, Environmental …

Bonus Episode: Climate Change and the world of Game of Thrones

In this bonus episode of Warm Regards, Jacquelyn and Andy are joined by Kaustubh Thirumalai (paleoclimatologist and postdoctoral researcher at Brown …

Hurricane Harvey and Houston's Four Feet of Rain - Don't Call it an Anomaly (w/ Marshall Shepherd)

In this quick response episode, former American Meteorological Society President Marshall Shepherd joins Eric Holthaus and Andy Revkin to talk about …

Stories from Shishmaref, Alaska's Climate Frontline

Jacquelyn, Eric and Andy speak with Esau Sinnok, a 19-year-old climate activist from Shishmaref, a village that has been dealing first-hand with the …

There's No App for Climate Change: A Manifesto for Moving Forward

Jacquelyn Gill and Andy Revkin talk with Richard Heinberg of the Post Carbon Institute about the dangers of relying on technology to bail us out when …

Catching up on climate in the Trump Era and that overheated New York Magazine article

After a hiatus of a few months, Eric Holthaus, Andrew Revkin and Jacquelyn Gill are back and ready to bring you up to speed on how they've witnessed …

Warm Regards Announcement

Warm Regards is taking a hiatus until mid-summer. We're working on exciting new content and ideas for the show, and look forward to relaunching bigger and better!

Continue to connect with us …

Talking mammoths, timescales, and rewilding with "Welcome to Pleistocene Park" writer Ross Andersen

One of the most fascinating climate change stories of the year comes from Ross Anderson at The Atlantic. In "Welcome to Pleistocene Park", Ross writes about Pleistocene Park, a reserve in …

Why more scientists are running for office

In this week’s show, we’re talking about the growing movement to get more scientists to consider public office. Why do we need more scientists in office in the first place?

Jacquelyn and …

Science in a ‘post-fact’ world

We were expecting to take a longer break while preparing ourselves for 2017. But it’s clear we need to respond to the whirlwind first week of Donald Trump’s presidency –- specifically what …

The year in review

This episode will be the last in Season 1 of Warm Regards.

We’ve had a tremendously positive response to the podcast so far from you, our listeners, and from the larger podcast community. …

On humanizing science

This week, we’re talking with Dr. Jonathan Foley, executive director at the California Academy of Sciences.

The California Academy bills itself as …

Climate anxiety in the Trump era

It’s been a long week and a half. We’re still processing everything that’s happening, just like all of you. We might never understand it, but it’s clear the consequences for the climate are …

First thoughts on President-Elect Trump

The climate stakes of last night's election are so huge as to be almost unfathomable. Hundreds of years, dozens of generations. We can't get around that fact. The future of humanity -- and …

Rise of the eco-right

This week, we’re going to tackle what might be in store when it comes to climate after the election. Specifically, we’re going to examine the future of the Republican party – and sketch out …

Years of Living Dangerously's co-creator on telling the 'biggest story out there'

Television journalists don’t give much airtime to climate change. In all of 2015, American broadcast networks only collectively devoted 146 minutes …

Does climate matter in America's election?

This week, we’re talking once again about climate politics as this insane presidential race nears the final stage.

And we’ve got a special guest …

What caused the end of the Ice Age?

What caused the end of the Ice Age? It’s a 20,000-year old mystery that’s being tackled by climate scientists across the county. Answering this …

The Climate Context of Hurricane Matthew

This week, we have a special interview with Kerry Emanuel, a meteorologist and climate scientist who specializes in hurricane physics. We’re talking …

Is 2016 the warmest year in all of history?

Is 2016 the warmest year in all of history?

We’re going to tackle a bold and controversial statement this week: that 2016 is likely the single warmest …

Climate scientists are people too!

This week, we're joined by Katharine Hayhoe, an atmospheric scientist at Texas Tech University.

Katharine talks about how she discusses climate change with her friends, family and skeptics. …

Where Earth's future is headed

This week, we wrap up our three-part series on the past, present and future of climate science. We’re going to do our best to envision how today’s emissions will impact tomorrow’s planet.

Flood watch: putting Louisiana's epic floods in a climate context

This week, we’re talking about the ongoing flooding in Louisiana, which the Red Cross now says is likely America’s worst disaster since Hurricane Sandy.

Early last week, the National …

How do you take the planet's temperature?

For this week’s show, we’re going to continue what we started last week: A brief interlude into the science of climate change.

We’re right in the middle of what’s very likely to be the …

Climate forensics: How scientists reconstruct the past to understand change today

For the next three weeks, we’ll bring you bite-sized chunks of science that’ll hone in on how we got to where we are right now -- in the middle of the warmest year that humanity has likely …

Bonus: The Global Cooling Myth

This week, we present a bonus episode of Warm Regards.

Forty years ago, on April 28th, 1975, Newsweek magazine published an article that created one of the most pervasive scientific myths in …

Climate politics in America's crazy presidential race

If you’re listening to this from a post-apocalyptic Pokemon-dominated global-warming ravaged future –- welcome!

We’re getting to crunch time in the …

Is it time to freak out about the Arctic?

Snow and ice are disappearing from the Arctic region at unprecedented rates, leaving behind open water that’s much less reflective to incoming sunlight than ice. That, among other factors, …

How do we talk about climate change?

For those of us who think about climate change often -- like unhealthily often -- there's sometimes a sense that you're missing the story. Climate change is quite possibly the biggest story …

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