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How can we repair and fuel our original spaceship, the awesome planet Earth? Co-hosts Paloma and Anna share stories of Earthlings who work on climate change, clean energy, public health, and environmental justice.
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We're kicking off the new year and a new season with a round of intros to the SpaceshipOne team! Get to know co-hosts Anna and Paloma, as well as interns Michelle, Sydney, and Barnabas as they share their passions, experiences with environmentalism, and goals for 2023. 
Nuclear energy gets a bad rap; it doesn’t get enough credit for helping with air quality and climate change. In part two, we interview an Earthling who works in nuclear energy innovation! Learn more about how #NuclearSavesLives at gotnuclear.net. Episode produced by Anna, with music from Riderz. Episode transcript available on the SpaceshipOne blog.
This episode is based on our blog post, published 11/30/22, titled "Three Important Takeaways After COP27 and A Year of Climate Disasters". Read it here. Episode produced by Anna Michel and Mike Villena. Featuring music by Miranda and the Beat.
This episode is an audio version of SpaceshipOne's blog post, published on 10/6/22, titled "Passionate About Climate Change? Here Are 10 Exciting NGO Climate and Environmental Initiatives to Consider". Read it here. Episode produced by Anna, featuring music by Miranda and the Beat. Links to orgs featured in episode: 1. Climatebase 2. Project Drawdown 3. The Greenlining Institute 4. Indigenous Environmental Network 5. Foundation for Climate Restoration 6. GRID Alternatives 7. Fridays For Future 8. Grist 9. ecoAmerica 10. Anthropocene Institute
Co-hosts Anna and Paloma discuss ways to prepare and stay safe during wildfire season. Links to resources shared in the episode: Wildfire Risks Forecasting Tool Fire & Smoke Map DIY Air Filter Disaster Preparedness Sign Up for Weather Alerts Episode produced by Anna, featuring music by Toy Mashin.
This episode is an audio version of SpaceshipOne's blog post, published on 8/18/22, titled "The Breadcrumbing Blunders of US Climate Policy: From Build Back Better to the Inflation Reduction Act". Read it here. Episode produced by Anna, featuring music by Toy Mashin.
Co-hosts Anna & Paloma speak with Parker Maritime Technologies about decarbonizing the shipping industry and protecting ocean life. Learn more at Decarbonized, the United Nations, and the International Maritime Organization. Episode produced by Anna, featuring music by Toy Mashin. Full episode transcript on the SpaceshipOne blog.
Co-hosts Paloma & Anna speak with Max Feinberg, CTO of Verdova, about leveraging data to help farmers make soil-based carbon offsets. Episode produced by Anna, featuring music by Di Ivories.  Full episode transcript coming soon to the SpaceshipOne blog.
Co-hosts Anna & Paloma speak with Dr. Beth Rose Middleton Manning, a Professor of Native American studies at UC Davis, about the importance of cultural burning and Indigenous land stewardship. Episode produced by Anna, featuring music by Tilden (NYC).  Episode transcript available on the SpaceshipOne blog.
Anna speaks with Peter Shannon, founder of Radius Capital, about the innovations in flight and other technologies that can help us better detect and respond to wildfires. Learn more about fire safety and preparedness at https://www.ready.gov/wildfires. Episode produced by Anna, featuring music by Querencia. Episode transcript available on the SpaceshipOne blog.
Co-hosts Paloma and Anna discuss the causes and effects of the growing wildfire epidemic, their personal experiences with the fires in California (their home state), and introduce a couple of projects that use data science and technological innovation to build fire management solutions. (Part 2 explores this in further detail.) Full episode transcript coming soon. Episode produced by Anna, featuring music by Querencia.
Paloma speaks with Dr. Lupita Montoya, an indoor air quality expert, about COVID-19 health disparities, the importance of air circulation/ventilation, key takeaway lessons of the pandemic, and more.  Episode produced by Paloma & Anna, featuring music by Chase Porter. Episode transcript available on the SpaceshipOne blog.
Continuing the theme of our last two episodes, we discuss more facts and insights about nuclear power— this time with a particular focus on Germany’s “Atom Exit”, featuring Dutch energy analyst Mathijs Beckers. Learn more at the E-Lise Foundation (https://en.e-lise.nl/) and watch Mathijs’ new documentary, Atom Exit, on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42-nMGG_9t8. Episode produced by Anna, featuring music by Smalls.  Episode transcript available on the SpaceshipOne blog.
Anna and guest co-host Andrew talk with Canon Bryan, CFO of Terrestrial Energy, about nuclear energy: the next generation of reactor technology, as well as the next generation of young people working in the industry, who're motivated to serve their communities and help build a brighter future for us all.  Our favorite quote: "The more you know about nuclear, the less afraid of it you are." Learn more at terrestrialenergy.com and gotnuclear.net. This episode was produced by Anna, and features music from Toy Mashin. Episode transcript available on the SpaceshipOne blog.
In this special two-part interview, youth climate organizer Danielle Platt shares stories of hope, courage, inspiration, and the stirring yet sobering experience of getting out the vote in recent US elections. Learn more at sunrisemovement.org and hope.xyz. Episode produced by Anna, featuring music by Miranda And The Beat.  Episode transcript available on the SpaceshipOne blog.
A duo of environmental justice leaders tell us about their community-driven work; how it’s changed during the pandemic; who inspires them; their “lightbulb moment”; and their visions of transformation and resilience. Learn more at breakthroughcommunities.info and earthhousecenter.org. Episode produced by Anna, featuring music by Miranda And The Beat.  Episode transcript available on the SpaceshipOne blog.
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