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Will Steger on his solo trip to Canada's barren lands

On this week's edition of Climate Cast, we're joined by wilderness explorer Will Steger. Plus, the latest Arctic research, a film on renewables and the future for climate refugees.

Trump's 'lifeline' for coal, and climate activism's overwhelming whiteness

This week no Climate Cast, we discuss a plan to require electric utilities to buy more expensive coal and nuclear power, and the climate movement's lack of diversity.

Trump's 'lifeline' for coal, and climate activism's overwhelming whiteness

Louisiana is paying $11.7 million to relocate America's first 'climate refugees'

That story, plus a forecast for this year's Atlantic hurricane season.

Louisiana is paying $11.7 million to relocate America's first 'climate refugees'

Minnesota's renewable energy revolution

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California's bold climate solutions

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What happens in the Arctic doesn't stay in the Arctic

This week, the latest insight on how Arctic weather affects us living farther south. Plus, a climate solution involving beer.

The case for climate reparations

We're taking on some big topics in this week's show, including this question: As climate-related losses mount, who pays for the growing costs?

Climate Cast live: Listen to the sold-out show

Paul Huttner hosted a wide-ranging discussion on all things climate change last week. Listen back to the event here.

A slowing ocean current could mean big climate changes

The Atlantic meridional overturning circulation, education via sailboat and youth activism. Buckle up for this week's Climate Cast. The Atlantic meridional overturning circulation, education via sailboat and youth activism. Buckle up for this week's Climate Cast.

How climate change is causing heavy snowfall

Yes, there is a connection between heavier snowfall, like our recent April blizzard, and climate change. We explain that and more this week on Climate Cast.

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