Commissions

The team at Planet Pod welcomes the chance to work in partnership with others and we are delighted to have produced a series of pods with a range of partners, as well as podcasts developed and delivered on a commissioned basis.

Copy This

Commissioned Podcasts

Carbon Copy is a UK charity inspiring big-thinking local climate action to accelerate our progress towards a fairer, carbon zero future. We celebrate the power of local, by highlighting the impact that groups of people can have by working together. Through Carbon Copy, people can also discover hundreds of ambitious, low-carbon initiatives that address the biodiversity and climate crises, and build more momentum for fundamental change by replicating these success stories.

Copy This is our podcast series providing inspiring insights from the ‘doers’ who prove what’s possible when you think big, locally. Each episode throws the spotlight onto an inspiring sustainability project and we talk to those involved, exploring their experiences of setting up and developing these projects, partnerships and collaborations so others, with this knowledge, can copy this.

Get your dose of inspiration by listening here or wherever you get your podcasts.

The Climate Papers

Commissioned Podcasts

Planet Pod Productions are delighted to be producing a new series of The Climate Papers – The Climate Risk Podcasts. In these discussions we explore what we mean by climate risk, how to explain risk and uncertainty and galvanize action without making it overwhelming.

The first series of The Climate Papers, also available to listen to below, explored the key themes that shaped the policies and recommendations discussed at COP – from a Net Zero recovery from Covid 19 to nature based solutions and the challenges of offsetting.

Listen to The Climate Papers here or subscribe via your podcast app.

Innovate Strathclyde

Commissioned Podcasts

Innovate Strathclyde, the University of Strathclyde’s podcast on innovation and technology. In this podcast series in the run up to COP26 in Glasgow, Dr Chris White in partnership with Planet Pod will provide insights to the latest innovations as we transition towards a net zero economy and a more sustainable and resilient future, told from the perspective of Scotland’s own research and innovation experts. Subscribe to the Innovate Strathclyde podcast – the Place of Useful Listening.

Imperial - Accelerating to a better future

Commissioned Podcasts

A new podcast series celebrating the work of the Grantham Institute’s Climate-KIC Accelerator Programme at Imperial College London. Listen to stories from successful entrepreneurs who have transformed bright ideas into useable products, creating prosperity and helping tackle climate change.

Blue Marine Foundation

Commissioned Podcasts

Blue’s work to preserve the oceans is more vital than ever and we are proud to be producing a series of podcasts on all aspects of their campaign – from supporting local fishermen who are denied their usual markets, to discussing the reef habitats of the Maldives. Our fascinating series of commissioned podcasts will help you fall in love with the oceans and discover their wonders.

Just Environmental Law

A new podcast series of PIEL – Public Interest Environmental Law

Commissioned Podcasts

As PIEL were unable to host their annual conference for members and students this year due to the lockdown they commissioned us at Planet Pod to make the conference into a series of podcasts. We are delighted to be working with PIEL and you can find the podcasts here.

“We have had such a great response and  are so excited for the positive impact this podcast will have for the PIEL audience for years to come. This would have been impossible without your guidance, patience and dedication while working with us. The resulting episodes on environmental justice issues have reached more people than we could ever envision with the physical conference. Thank you for creating this brilliant legacy for PIEL!”
PIEL 2020 Committee

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