Looking for the next great podcast to binge-listen to? These 12 sustainably focused podcasts will do the trick!
It’s official – podcasts have well and truly supplanted radio as the audio medium of choice for everyone from Gen Z to boomers.
We’re big fans of podcasts at Pip headquarters (so much so we even have our own Pip Podcast) and if you haven’t already checked out our article on the 15 sustainability podcasts we love at Pip you can check it out here.
With so much great listening content out there it’s hard to keep track of the popular podcasts, so without further ado we bring you another 12 eco-centric podcasts we listen to on the regular.
Whether you’re a vegan, a carnivore or somewhere in between, plants are the basis of the food we all eat, the clothes we all wear and the air we all breathe. From the soil to the plate to the climate, dive into the anthropology of plants and learn why we all need to care a little more about the world around us.
Not strictly a podcast about sustainability, but Chris Jeffries’ conversations with people from all walks of life has plenty to pique the interest of Pip’s readers. Things like rethinking agriculture with Axel Anders and living life with intent from Sea Shepherd’s Gert Vons, through to the truth about melting sea ice with climate scientist Julienne Stroeve.
A foraging podcast that dives into all of the amazing untamed flavours you can find trailside, curbside and low tide; where the best food is free. The weekly podcast discusses wild plants with the people that eat them all around the world. Its goal is to share knowledge to foragers, but also reduce the stigma surrounding wild edible plants.
We’re all looking for a way through the climate crisis. Who’s going to get us there — and how will they do it? Meet the people who are trying to draw the map to a better future. Who’s Gonna Save Us? is a co-production of the science team at ABC RN and Triple J’s Hack.
Hosted by Global Seafood Alliance’s Shaun O’Loughlin, Justin Grant and Maddie Cassidy, Aquademia aims to educate consumers and industry on how seafood is connected with the issues facing our planet, what consumers can do to help and arm them with knowledge.
Whether you’re a beginner or experienced farmer, the show brings weekly insights for vegetable farmers and market gardeners who earn – or want to earn – a living growing vegetables profitably. Hosted by Diego Footer of Permaculture Voices, it’s said to be the longest continually running farm podcast in the world.
Hosted by Nil Zacharias, Eat for the Planet features conversations with food industry leaders, health and sustainability experts, as well as entrepreneurs and creative minds who are redefining the future of food. Launched in 2017, it covers the people, ideas, and technologies shaping the future of food.
Sustianable(ish) isn’t about austerity, or deprivation, or needing to live off grid in a yurt, it’s about all of the little things we can all do that can add up to big and positive positive change in the world. Hosted by Jen Gale, the episodes run for about an hour and are released weekly.
Created and hosted by Emily Stochl, the Pre-loved Podcast is a weekly, hour-long interview show chatting about sustainability, slow fashion, the stories behind incredible vintage pieces, and why we choose second-hand things first.
From the presenter of Radio National’s Off Track, Ann Jones, comes Nature Track, your window to the beautiful sounds of the Australian wilderness. The podcast’s uninterrupted soundscapes are the perfect relaxing soundtrack for you work, exercise, meditation or some more sleep.
A uniquely Australian podcast series exploring real-life stories of land managers who have undertaken the transition from conventional farming to regenerative agriculture. Honest conversations to inform decisions about how to best manage your land.
A podcast throwing the fashion industry’s relationship with the environment into the spotlight. Each week designers, academics, fashion insiders and more discuss ethics, sustainability and the changing face of the fashion industry with Sydney-based journalist, filmmaker, author and presenter Clare Press.