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To view select videos of past lectures, interviews, and Annual Meeting talks, visit our Youtube channel. For a full collection, visit our Vimeo channel.
 
 
 

Podcasts

Explore the variety of planetary health-related podcasts from our partner organizations below

APHA

Healthy Communities
The Health Communities podcast interviews public health experts about common health issues in our communities, and how Healthiest Cities and Counties Challenge projects aim to address them.

Relevant episodes include:
- E9: Climate Changes Health
- E3: Grow-Mobile
- E2: Health Across Borders

The Nation's Health
Released in conjunction with each issue of The Nation's Health paper, this podcast feature interviews with public health leaders.

Relevant episodes include:
- Everyday Ways to Fight Climate Change
- Cycling for Health

BBC Radio 4: Costing the Earth

Fresh ideas from the sharpest minds working toward a cleaner, greener planet.

Relevant episodes include:
- Art and the Environment
- Wetland Wonder
- Ending the Plastic Age
- Fish Farms of the Future
- Sinking Solomon Islands
- Heroines of the Rainforest
- Cities Without Cars

California Academy of Sciences: Life 

Lectures on science, sustainability, and conservation from top minds, curated by the California Academy of Sciences.

Relevant episodes include:
- Resilient Cities: Creating a Livable World
- Dr. Terrance Gosliner: Utilizing Historical Biodiversity Data to Infer Climatic Shifts in California Coastal Environments

Cal Future Forum: Our Changing World

In May 2017, over a dozen prominent Berkeley researchers provided a synopsis of the state of the planet, a better understanding of the challenges we face, and the solutions being developed at Berkeley and being implemented globally.

Relevant episodes include:
- Biodiversity Loss Human Health and Social Conflict: Justin Brashares
- Cities Adaptations to Sea Level Rise: Kristina Hill
- Farming for the Future: Claire Kremen

EAT: Food Can Fix It

Produced by EAT as part of their mission to create a fair and sustainable global food system for healthy people, animals and planet.

Relevant episodes include:
- E3- Why Do Investors Care About Bees?
- E6- How Cities Change Eating Habits
- E8- How Do You Influence People to Make Healthy Choices

Environmental Defense Fund: You make me sick

Presented by the Health Team at Environmental Defense Fund, this monthly podcast features conversations with leading experts in the field of environmental health.

Relevant episodes include:
- What a Changing Climate Means for Human Health
- How an Ongoing Collaboration Can Inform Us About the Quality of the Air We Breathe
- Nature-Rich Lives and the Future of Environmentalism

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health: This Week in Health

This Week in Health brings you top health headlines—from wellness tips to important global health trends. 

Relevant episodes include:
- The Connection Between Coral Reefs and Human Health *an interview with PHA Associate Director, Chris Golden*
The Benefits of Green Space
- Can We Solve the Migration Crisis 
- A Call for Redesigning American Streets
- Designing for Climate Change  
- Gina McCarthy’s Mission to Protect Public Health and Defend Science
- A Public Health Disaster in Puerto Rico
- Climate Change and Health (4 part series)

Living on Earth from PRI

Living on Earth is a weekly news and information program from PRI about the world's changing environment, ecology, and human health. If there's something new about global warming, climate change, environmental politics or environmental quality and human health, you can count on Host Steve Curwood and the LOE public radio news team to keep you up to date with fair and accurate coverage.

Relevant episodes include:
- Climate Displacement at Home and Abroad, Food From the Radical Center, and more
- Puerto Rico: Rebuilding for Resilience, Repairing Broken Coral, and more
- Climate Will Drive Corn Crop Failure
- Central America’s Climate Refugees
- Global Warming Threatens Nutrition

Living Planet by Deutsche Welle

Living Planet brings you environment stories from around the world, digging deeper into topics that touch our lives every day.

Relevant episodes include:
- Living Planet: Waste not
- Living Planet: Move fast and build things
- Living Planet: Our changing climate
- Living Planet: You are what you eat
- Living Planet: Sustaining nature
- Living Planet: Resilient cities

National Institute of Environmental health Science: Global Environmental Health Chat

This podcast series brings to you the knowledge and experiences of people working to understand and combat environmental health problems that reach beyond national boundaries and contribute to the global burden of disease.

Relevant episodes include:
- Air Pollution, Climate Change, and Health in India
- Health Impacts of Climate Change
- Environmental Health and Sustainable Development, with Sir Andrew Haines
- Climate Change and Health Inequalities, with Dr. Gueladio Cisse
- Feeding the World in a Changing Climate, with Dr. Pamela Anderson

What Makes Us Human?: Cornell University 

This podcast from Cornell University’s College of Arts & Sciences showcases the newest thinking from across the disciplines about what it means to be human in the twenty-first century.

Relevant episodes include:
- Planetary Health 
- Building Resilience
- Human Ecosystem Engineers

Planetary Health Alliance

The Planetary Health Alliance is a consortium of over 120 dedicated universities, NGOs, government entities, research institutes, and other partners around the world committed to advancing planetary health.
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