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Dr. DeJarnett explains how climate change threatens public health

Dr. DeJarnett explains how climate change threatens public health By Sara Wanous Each month, Citizens’ Climate Lobby hosts an online meeting featuring a guest speaker to educate listeners on topics related to climate change, carbon fee and dividend, and the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act. Check out recaps of past speakers here. Climate change is a large-scale threat, but […]


Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 47: Eco-grief in a time of coronavirus mourning

Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 47: Eco-grief in a time of coronavirus mourning How are the impacts of climate change similar to what we are experiencing with the coronavirus global pandemic? Many climate advocates have long felt sadness, anger, and despair over the destructive effects of climate change and the slow response by elected officials to do anything about it. Suddenly […]


Citizens’ Climate Radio: Ep. 25: Race, pollution, and justice

Citizens’ Climate Radio: Ep. 25: Race, pollution, and justice Citizens’ Climate Radio is a monthly podcast hosted by CCL volunteer Peterson Toscano. Browse all our past episode recaps here, or listen to past episodes here, and check out the latest episode in the post below. After 10 years of reporting on race, culture, and civil rights, Brentin Mock embraced environmental […]


Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 23: Mental health & climate change

Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 23: Mental health & climate change Citizens’ Climate Radio is a monthly podcast hosted by CCL volunteer Peterson Toscano. Browse all our past episodes here, and check out the latest episode in the post below. How does climate change affect us psychologically? When faced with extreme weather effects, how is our mental health threatened? What can […]


Louisiana during COVID: Not together, but never alone

Louisiana during COVID: Not together, but never alone By Princella Talley As a resident of Central Louisiana, I know firsthand that the fortitude to acknowledge and adapt to unforeseeable and difficult circumstances is embedded in Louisiana culture. While the Bayou State is revered for its cultural heritage and cuisine, it is also a common point of reference for climate impacts, […]


Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 6: Health risks on a changing planet

Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 6: Health risks on a changing planet Citizens’ Climate Radio is a monthly podcast hosted by CCL volunteer Peterson Toscano. Browse all our past episodes here, and check out the latest episode in the post below. Our rapidly changing planet is already posing risks to public health. Dr. Natasha DeJarnett from the American Public Health Association […]


Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 46: Coronavirus, Climate Adaptation, and a Resilient Tomorrow 

  Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 46: Coronavirus, Climate Adaptation, and a Resilient Tomorrow The issue on most everyone’s mind right now is coronavirus and the illness it causes, called COVID-19. We are witnessing major changes as our society responds to the outbreak of the virus. Individuals have rapidly and radically changed their behaviors, from washing hands to self-isolating. Nations and […]


Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 49: Unleashing our imagination

Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 49: Unleashing our imagination “Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions.” – Albert Einstein As climate advocates, we need to articulate what it is we are fighting for. What is the world we want to create? Engaging our imagination is essential to stirring up the kind of hope and excitement that inspires […]


Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 32: Coal miners speak out

Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 32: Coal miners speak out Citizens’ Climate Radio is a monthly podcast hosted by CCL volunteer Peterson Toscano. Browse all our past episode recaps here, or listen to past episodes here, and check out the latest episode in the post below. In this month’s podcast, two coal miners from Appalachia open up about the risks and […]


Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 50: Big Climate Problems Require Bigger Global Solutions

Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 50: Big Climate Problems Require Bigger Global Solutions Think of this episode of the podcast as a patchwork quilt. Host Peterson Toscano has woven together five segments from around the world that each stand alone, but together tell a larger story.  Olivia Oguadinma in Nigeria discusses the role of storytelling in motivating her peers to meaningful […]


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