Hot & Bothered: A Dissent Climate Podcast
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Hot & Bothered, hosted by Dissent, is a new podcast on climate change politics for the 99%. Co-hosts Daniel Aldana Cohen and Kate Aronoff investigate the intersections of climate, politics, and the economy, with dispatches from grassroots organizers alongside leading wonks and scholars. Can there be prosperity and redistribution without oil, coal, or gas? Or is our low-carbon future bound to be nasty, brutish, and austere? What kinds of movements can power a fair and thorough transformation of our economy? Hot & Bothered's first season of six episodes pairs reported news roundups with feature interviews on some of climate politics’ most burning questions. If climate justice demands big ideas and even bigger movements, we'll put a mic to them. We’re hot, bothered, and recording. And we want to hear from you! Tweet at us at #HotBotheredClimate.
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||CleanWhy Environmentalism Needs Class Politics||Why Environmentalism Needs Class Politics||11/17/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHot & Bothered Podcast #11: A Just Transition for New York State? With Franchelle Hart||From the Rust Belt to the Big Apple, a coalition of grassroots groups across New York state is showing what local climate policy can do in the age of Trump.||2/15/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHot & Bothered Podcast #10: Into the Abyss||Four guests join us for back-to-back interviews on how the climate movement is gearing up to resist Trump’s agenda and build toward a radically different future.||1/20/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHot & Bothered Podcast #9: A Holiday Gift for Climate Wonks, with Kevin Ummel||Hot & Bothered Podcast #9: A Holiday Gift for Climate Wonks, with Kevin Ummel||12/21/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHot & Bothered Podcast #8: Why Climate Justice Means Racial Justice, with Dawn Phillips||Hot & Bothered Podcast #8: Why Climate Justice Means Racial Justice, with Dawn Phillips||12/12/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHot & Bothered Podcast #7: What Trump’s Victory Means for the Climate Movement||Kate and Daniel try to wrap their heads around climate politics in the age of Trump, and how movements can step up to defeat his extremist agenda.||11/13/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHot & Bothered Podcast #6: Taking Back Power, with James Angel||After years of campaigning, London activists recently secured a commitment from the city's mayor to create a publicly-owned municipal energy company. James Angel of Switched On London explains what energy democracy means in the age of Brexit and Trump.||11/5/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHot & Bothered Podcast #5: Time for a Green New Deal, with Robert Pollin||Hot & Bothered Podcast #5: Time for a Green New Deal, with Robert Pollin||10/13/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHot & Bothered Podcast #4: Resisting Oil in the Niger Delta, with Ken Henshaw||Hot & Bothered Podcast #4: Resisting Oil in the Niger Delta, with Ken Henshaw||8/17/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
Insightful podcast touching on climate justice from all angles with diverse set of interviews and witty commentary. (Also love the Brazilian them music!)
Climate change politics for all
I've found few spaces in media, academics, or policy that approach climate change as both materially intersectional and politically urgent. Hot and Bothered fills this critical niche, stitching together perspectives from science, policy and movement activism. Interviews are informed, insightful, nuanced and inspiring. These discourses cohere into a Left climate policy for everyone.
Preaches to the choir.
This podcast does little to advance knowledge about topic. A denier will not be convinced by anything they talk about (Mann interview possible exception).