All for Earth delves into the urgency of today’s environmental crises through in-depth interviews with the people racing time to prevent the implosion of the critical and interconnected systems that support life on Earth, including climate, biodiversity, water security, and food production. Guests represent the worlds of science and technology; politics and government; finance and business; health, media, sports and more.
The point is simple and twofold:
The planet is facing an
existential crisis…and we have
the tools to avert it.
All for Earth previews a few of the topics and speakers featured in the upcoming Princeton Environmental Forum slated for Oct. 24-25. The conference and the podcast coincide with the 25th anniversary of the Princeton Environmental Institute, Princeton University’s interdisciplinary center for environmental research, education and outreach.
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Host — Catherine Riihimaki
Executive Producer — Margaret Koval
Audio Engineer and Editor — Daniel Kearns
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All for Earth is a co-production of the Princeton Environmental Institute and the Princeton Office of Communications in collaboration with the Council on Science and Technology. The opinions expressed represent the views of the individuals interviewed and not reflect nor represent those of Princeton University.