“Climate, People, Change” – Science as an interesting podcast
Science can be very exciting: in collaboration with the Helmholtz-Heron Center, FUNKE explains what climate change means for us.
Berlin. Man-made climate change is the major issue of our time. What will happen to the people of Norderney or Seychelles if sea levels continue to rise? Is the entire island paradise doomed? What do leaders say? world? What solutions do they offer us?
In the Climate, People and Change podcast, different scientists talk to the podcast hosts in each episode Jan Scharpenberg and Christoph Wörle On pressing questions from a climate research perspective. The first season consists of six episodes, each released every two weeks. FUNKE has managed to win the Helmholz position here as a cooperation partner. “Together with Hereon we have developed a concept to show scientific explanations and solutions among the many political and social opinions on this topic,” says Oliver El-Nimer, responsible audio project manager at FUNKE.
The first episode is about ‘Climate Change on Our Doorstep’. Climate scientist Dr. Diana Rasheed explains why climate change is starting on our doorstep and what cities and regions can do about it. Topics in additional episodes include green hydrogen, for example Offshore wind energy And the dangers posed by melting permafrost.
The Climate, People and Change podcast plays on all FUNKE regional media portals and wherever podcasts are available. Hereon supports the Climate, People and Change podcast with scientific research and provides audio files. “The podcast is another good opportunity for us to showcase the current state of research Climate change and environment an offer. “Our scientists are able to explain current facts in an understandable way and present points of view,” says the doctor. Torsten Fischer, Head of Communications and Media at Hereon.
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