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Coined after famous youth climate activist Greta Thunberg’s famous speech, “House on Fire” is a youth-led podcast about the climate crisis based in Miami, Florida, powered by The CLEO Institute.

Co-hosted by Miami natives, 17-year old climate activist, John Paul Mejia, and 21-year-old environmental science student, Gabriela Rodriguez, “House on Fire” holds impactful, intersectional conversations with scientists, activists, artists, and more.

In each episode, JP and Gabi team up with guests, including experts in the field of science, advocacy, and journalism to educate their listeners and empower them to become activated in the climate crisis movement.

Our youth is inheriting the most existential, complex crisis the human species has ever faced, and so, the youth is speaking up.
6 Episodes
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We know that the climate crisis will affect us all. But will it affect us all equally? The answer –simply enough– is no. In recent weeks, the world has witnessed an outpour of rage, sadness, and empowerment in response to the ongoing police brutality against the Black community. Recognizing that we cannot achieve Climate Justice without Racial Justice, we are joined by Executive Director of 350.org Minnesota, Sam Grant, and Intersectional Environmentalist, Leah Thomas, better known as GreenGirlLeah, to discuss the underlying systems of racist inequality that have contributed to the Climate Crisis. House On Fire is produced by Unicorn Fire Radio and All Points West, with support from the CLEO Institute and technical direction from Mia Kirn.
Whether it be by mobilizing populations in the name of public safety or yielding power to scientists for solutions, the outbreak of COVID-19 has seen governments around the world enacting urgent solutions to a global crisis. Responding to the Climate Crisis should be no different. Joined by Alex Harris, lead reporter on climate change for the Miami Herald, and Xavier Cortada, Professor in Practice of Art at the University of Miami with a focus on the climate emergency, this episode of House on Fire will focus on the parallels between the Climate Crisis and the outbreak of the COVID-19 Pandemic. House On Fire is produced by Unicorn Fire Radio and All Points West, with support from the CLEO Institute and technical direction from Mia Kirn.
In this episode of House on Fire, we discuss the unifying role of all forms of art in social and political movements – particularly, the climate movement. For insight into the power of using art for climate activism, we speak to three creative drivers of what we call “artivism”: English musician, Nick Mulvey, founder of the Bridge Initiative, Kate Fleming, and climate-focused artist, Melanie Oliva. House On Fire is produced by Unicorn Fire Radio and All Points West, with support from the CLEO Institute and technical direction from Mia Kirn.
Known to many as The Magic City, Miami, Florida is also known as Ground Zero for the climate emergency. Joined by Miami’s most trusted meteorologist, John Morales, this episode of House on Fire covers the impacts the climate crisis will have on Miami, Florida. From rising seas and intensified hurricanes, to extreme heat and saltwater intrusion, an unstable climate actively threatens every aspect of our lives here at Ground Zero. House On Fire is produced by Unicorn Fire Radio and All Points West, with support from the CLEO Institute and technical direction from Mia Kirn.
This episode of House on Fire break downs the unapologetic youth climate movement that’s grown in the last 2 years. Joined by Sammy Gazda, Miami-based Climate Activist; and Isra Hirsi, environmental activist and co-founder of Youth Climate Strike, we dive into what the youth is asking for, why activism works, their individual experiences, and what’s next. House On Fire is produced by Unicorn Fire Radio and All Points West, with support from the CLEO Institute and technical direction from Mia Kirn.
In the first episode of House on Fire, we introduce the basics of the climate crisis and how the global youth climate movement has inspired unprecedented action on this emergency. We speak with Caroline Lewis, founder and senior climate advisor of The CLEO Institute, and Jamie Margolin, the 18-year-old co-founder of Zero Hour, one of the nation’s leading youth-led climate organizations. House On Fire is produced by Unicorn Fire Radio and All Points West, with support from the CLEO Institute and technical direction from Mia Kirn.
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