Join Tom Bowman for the Climate Report — conversations with people who are finding solutions to the climate challenge across business, science, religion, policy and communications.
Tom Bowman talks with design educator Joel Towers about interrupting some of our most troubling assumptions.
“How Can We Design a Better Climate Future?”
Tom Bowman talks with meteorologist Eric Holthaus about his sudden awakening to urgent action.
“What Triggers A Climate Epiphany?”
Tom Bowman talks with science educators Tamara Ledley and Mark McCaffrey about the grassroots Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network.
“How Are Educators Improving Climate Literacy?”
Tom Bowman talks with economist Chris Hope and oceanographer Peter Wadhams about how rapid changes in the Arctic could have devastating impacts on the rest of the world.
“Climate Change: Is the Unthinkable Now Possible?”
Tom Bowman talks with painter John Nava and museum director Chris Scoates about political art, cultural institutions and climate change.
“Where Have All The Artists Gone?”
Tom Bowman talks with museum scientist Erika Shugart about access, trust and society’s decisions.
“How Can Science Museums Engage Their Communities?”
Tom Bowman talks with coral reef expert Simon Donner about the science-opinion nexus.
“How Can Scientists Talk About Public Policy?”
Tom Bowman talks with acclaimed novelist Nathaniel Rich about his new book, Odds Against Tomorrow.
“What Does Fiction Look Like When Life Imitates Art?”
Tom Bowman is a social entrepreneur and small business owner who has walked the talk on carbon emissions and earned the respect of climate change experts from many disciplines.