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Sustainable Carolina Podcast

On the Sustainable Carolina Podcast, we interview Carolina staff, students and faculty to learn about the intertwined nature of sustainability. Stay tuned for season 3, coming fall 2023.

Latest Episode

Season 2, Bonus Episode 4: Surface Waters and Underground Elements

Guests: Amanda DelVecchia (UNC Department of Geography and Environment) and Drew Coleman (Department of Earth, Marine and Environmental Sciences)


Past Episodes

Season 2, Bonus Episode 3: Protecting Water Quality, Improving Air Quality

Guests: Megan Lane (UNC Center for Public Engagement with Science) and Sarav Arunachalam (Center for Environmental Modeling and Policy Development)


Season 2, Bonus Episode 2: Urban Heat Island Effect & Climate Resilience

Guests: Xuewei Wang (Data-Driven EnviroLab) and Noah Kittner (UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health)


Season 2, Bonus Episode 1: Infrastructure, Sustainability and Affordability

Guests: Greg Characklis (Center on Financial Risk in Environmental Systems); Hope Thomson & Delia Wegner (Environmental Finance Center)


Season 2, Episode 7: Building Town-Gown Partnerships

Guest: John Richardson (Town of Chapel Hill)


Season 2, Episode 6: Engaging Through the Energy Transition Initiative

Guest: Alex Hopkins (Energy Transition Initiative)


Season 2, Episode 5: Powering Carolina’s Energy Transition

Guest: Melanie Elliott (Sustainable Carolina)


Season 2, Episode 4: Finding Your Research Interests

Guest: Peggy Mullin, Steve Yoon (Carolina Drone Lab)


Season 2, Episode 3: Finding Your Research Interests

Guest: David Gorelick (Center on Financial Risk in Environmental Systems)


Season 2, Episode 2: Understanding Climate Change Concerns and Eating Behaviors

Guests: Melissa Munn-Chernoff, Baiyu Qi, Emily Bulik-Sullivan (UNC Eco-Concern Study Team)


Season 2, Episode 1: Pursuing Sustainability Goals as a Collective

Guest: Mike Piehler (UNC Institute for the Environment)


Season 1, Episode 1: Sustainability News with Chief Sustainability Officer Mike Piehler

Guest: Michael Piehler (UNC Institute for the Environment)