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Climify

Climify is the podcast that connects climate scientists and design educators together so that we can help combat our climate crisis in our classrooms. The discussions on this program are geared to help you climify your syllab i to assign projects that not only teach design fundamentals but also can have a positive impact on our climate.A podcast by Climate DesignersListen at climatedesigners.org/edu/climify

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Recent Episodes of Climify


Radically Sustainable Living: Michael Reynolds and the Earthship Revolution

Radically Sustainable Living: Michael Reynolds and the Earthship Revolution

Series 1: Lifestyle as Systems Change

The guests in our lifestyle series are all “walking the walk.” They have integrated climate consciousness into their everyday lives and ways of being. For these experts, climate action is not a discrete choice, but an intrinsic part of their lives. From them, we can learn how to transform our own practices and mindsets to be mores sustainable and future-focused.

In this episode, Michael Reynolds, the founder of Earthship Biotecture, shares his extensive journey in architecture and sustainable housing with Eric. He discusses the faults of how we currently build and...

Episode 7 11 July 2024


Crossover Episode with Brands for a Better World: Haven’s Kitchen

Crossover Episode with Brands for a Better World: Haven’s Kitchen

Our third crossover episode with Brands for a Better World Podcast!

Beyond simply being delicious, food can be a means to start conversations, cross cultural divides, and even inspire social change. In this episode of Brands for a Better World, you’ll hear from Alison Cayne, Founder of NYC-based Haven’s Kitchen, about how she combined her passion for cooking with her desire to change people’s lives for the better and turned it into a purpose-driven career. Join us as we delve into the social impacts of our food systems, why home cooking is good for our he...

Episode 6 2 July 2024


Understanding Systems: Planting the seeds of change with Haleemah Sadiah

Understanding Systems: Planting the seeds of change with Haleemah Sadiah

Series 1: Lifestyle as Systems Change

The guests in our lifestyle series are all “walking the walk.” They have integrated climate consciousness into their everyday lives and ways of being. For these experts, climate action is not a discrete choice, but an intrinsic part of their lives. From them, we can learn how to transform our own practices and mindsets to be mores sustainable and future-focused.

In this episode, Haleemah Sadiah shares with Eric her journey as a climate activist and designer. She discusses how she uses systems thinking in her life and work, her participatory desi...

Episode 5 27 June 2024


Abolition and Resistance: In the Grassroots with Kobi Naseck

Abolition and Resistance: In the Grassroots with Kobi Naseck

Series 1: Lifestyle as Systems Change

The guests in our lifestyle series are all “walking the walk.” They have integrated climate consciousness into their everyday lives and ways of being. For these experts, climate action is not a discrete choice, but an intrinsic part of their lives. From them, we can learn how to transform our own practices and mindsets to be mores sustainable and future-focused.

In this episode, Kobi Naseck shares with Eric his journey as a climate activist and community organizer and how all of us can find a place in the climate justice move...

Episode 4 20 June 2024


Designing Time For Nature with Emma Askew

Designing Time For Nature with Emma Askew

In this episode, Emma Askew shares with Eric why and how, at 22, she founded Earth Minutes, an organization that specializes in environmental communication and on a mission to drive the future of environmental thinking and learning. Emma details her definition of a system (and how to change it), sustainable design tips, and why putting your hands in the dirt regularly can help your mental health. She argues (with science to back it up) that purposeful time in Mother Nature will not only help your health, but give you more clarity about why better coexisting with her will help us...

Episode 3 13 June 2024


Climate with Kiana (Crossover Episode featuring Wawa Gatheru)

Climate with Kiana (Crossover Episode featuring Wawa Gatheru)

Our Second Crossover Episode with Climate with Kiama! As we are one week away for the launch of the next season of Climify, we thought it would be nice to continue to provide climate education and action through the work of some of our friends. So today, we invited a kindred spirit podcast Climate with Kiana to our platform to share climate solutions through a framework of joy and justice. The host of Climate with Kiana is Kiana Michaan, a renewable energy professional and climate justice organizer based in New York City.

Episode 2 6 June 2024


Season 4: Change the System (Trailer)

Season 4: Change the System (Trailer)

We're excited to let you know that season four of Climify is recorded and ready for launch on June 13th, 2024. This season, we're doing things a bit differently, which we feel will make the program more inspiring and actionable. The theme for this season is “Change the System.”

Climate change can be quite an overwhelming issue. There are so many things to be worried about and they seem to be happening all at once. This can make us feel anxious or depressed, sad, or apathetic. How can one person make a real difference? The truth of the matt...

Episode 1 31 May 2024


Deep Dive with Dr. Melinda Adams: Solastalgia & Soliphilia

Deep Dive with Dr. Melinda Adams: Solastalgia & Soliphilia

Climify Producer Cam Burkins rejoins Dr. Melinda Adams to go deeper into her life and work. In particular, this episode explores solastalgia (or climate anxiety) and soliphilia (cures or mitigation methods against that anxiety). Melinda shares Traditional Ecological Practices that provide hope for our collective future, which will surely be Matriarchal!

Episode 22 25 April 2024


When Fire Speaks: Traditional Ecological Practices in Action

When Fire Speaks: Traditional Ecological Practices in Action

How do we learn from the land and its lineage?

In this special bridge episode, Dr. Melinda Adams—Indigenous scholar, ecologist, and cultural fire practitioner—explores how place-specific, Indigenous-led practices are the key to stewarding and restoring our shared lands. Dismantling the rhetoric of Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK), Adams teaches a more actionable approach to controlled burning—Humble Fire—that reframes fire as a “more-than-human relative,” from which we must actively listen and learn. This “storytelling on the land” calls us to defer to Indigenous ways of being in our interventions and return to the land, assessing how our ancestor r...

Episode 21 6 March 2024


Today I Learn Climate About Materials

Today I Learn Climate About Materials

Our First Crossover Episode with TILClimate from MIT!

As we are on hiatus this winter planning yet another amazing season of Climify, we thought it would be nice to continue to provide climate education and action through the work of some of our friends. So today, we invited a kindred spirit podcast produced at MIT - TILClimate to our platform to share what they know about materials. The host of TILClimate is Laur Hesse Fisher, the Program Director at the MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative.

In this crossover episode with TILClimate, Laur, and Elsa Olivetti dive...

Episode 20 12 February 2024

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