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America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

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America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

Doug Parsons

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A changing climate presents humanity with only one option: adapt. Join your host, Doug Parsons for America's leading podcast on climate change - America Adapts! Each week, Doug sits down with thinkers, scientists, activists, policymakers, and journalists to discuss the tough questions facing this country and the world as we confront humanity's greatest challenge. Question your assumptions, refresh your perspective, and become part of the climate movement that will determine our planet's future, right here on the America Adapts podcast.

Latest Episodes

Cli-Fi Research: Can Climate Science Fiction Influence Behavior + Interview with MIT’s Today I Learned: Climate Podcast

Doug Parsons interviews Yale-Nus College Dr. Matthew Schneider-Mayerson about his recent literacy research on how “Cli-Fi”, or climate change science fiction, can influence a reader’s behavior. Doug is joined in this interview by Cli-Fi expert, Dr. Amy Brady, a previous guest on America Adapts. Doug also interviews Laur Hesse Fisher, host of a new podcast, Today I Learned: Climate (TILClimate), based out of the MIT. Discover how this new podcast is teaching climate fundamentals.

54 MIN2 weeks ago
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Cli-Fi Research: Can Climate Science Fiction Influence Behavior + Interview with MIT’s Today I Learned: Climate Podcast

The Unbearable Lightness of Cultural Resources: An Adaptation Story with Dr. Marcy Rockman

Doug Parsons interviews Dr. Marcy Rockman, cultural resource and climate adaptation expert. Marcy, until recently, was the Cultural Resources Adaptation Coordinator for the National Park Service and is now the Lead with the International Council on Monuments and Sites Climate Change and Heritage Working Group. We talk about how climate change will impact historic sites. Marcy also discusses the tension at NPS between natural and cultural resources which ultimately led to her leaving the NPS.

81 MINAPR 22
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The Unbearable Lightness of Cultural Resources: An Adaptation Story with Dr. Marcy Rockman

Tribes, Indigenous People and the False Urgency of Climate Adaptation with Dr. Kyle White

Doug Parsons interviews Dr. Kyle White. Kyle is an Ass. Professor of American Indian & Indigenous Studies at Michigan State University. Kyle is an enrolled member of the Potawatomi Nation. We discuss: how indigenous people define urgency in the face of climate change, managed retreat, the controversial relationship between tribes and climate scientists, climate change’s role in ongoing colonization of indigenous people, effective tribal engagement in a fascinating and sometimes raw conversation.

68 MINAPR 8
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Tribes, Indigenous People and the False Urgency of Climate Adaptation with Dr. Kyle White

Latest Episodes

Cli-Fi Research: Can Climate Science Fiction Influence Behavior + Interview with MIT’s Today I Learned: Climate Podcast

Doug Parsons interviews Yale-Nus College Dr. Matthew Schneider-Mayerson about his recent literacy research on how “Cli-Fi”, or climate change science fiction, can influence a reader’s behavior. Doug is joined in this interview by Cli-Fi expert, Dr. Amy Brady, a previous guest on America Adapts. Doug also interviews Laur Hesse Fisher, host of a new podcast, Today I Learned: Climate (TILClimate), based out of the MIT. Discover how this new podcast is teaching climate fundamentals.

54 MIN2 weeks ago
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Cli-Fi Research: Can Climate Science Fiction Influence Behavior + Interview with MIT’s Today I Learned: Climate Podcast

The Unbearable Lightness of Cultural Resources: An Adaptation Story with Dr. Marcy Rockman

Doug Parsons interviews Dr. Marcy Rockman, cultural resource and climate adaptation expert. Marcy, until recently, was the Cultural Resources Adaptation Coordinator for the National Park Service and is now the Lead with the International Council on Monuments and Sites Climate Change and Heritage Working Group. We talk about how climate change will impact historic sites. Marcy also discusses the tension at NPS between natural and cultural resources which ultimately led to her leaving the NPS.

81 MINAPR 22
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The Unbearable Lightness of Cultural Resources: An Adaptation Story with Dr. Marcy Rockman

Tribes, Indigenous People and the False Urgency of Climate Adaptation with Dr. Kyle White

Doug Parsons interviews Dr. Kyle White. Kyle is an Ass. Professor of American Indian & Indigenous Studies at Michigan State University. Kyle is an enrolled member of the Potawatomi Nation. We discuss: how indigenous people define urgency in the face of climate change, managed retreat, the controversial relationship between tribes and climate scientists, climate change’s role in ongoing colonization of indigenous people, effective tribal engagement in a fascinating and sometimes raw conversation.

68 MINAPR 8
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Tribes, Indigenous People and the False Urgency of Climate Adaptation with Dr. Kyle White
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