This podcast is meant to share personal accounts of climate change that real people have experienced within their lifetime. Each episode will include an individual’s story from a different location, showing that every climate disaster is unique to its area, and every climate disaster has lasting effects on its community. As humans, we rely on our communities and economies to survive. Once climate disasters tear these apart in all different areas, what will we have left? Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mothernaturewarnedus/support
Coral Reefs Surrounding French Polynesia
Tuesday 09 February 2021
: Warmer ocean temperatures, pollution, and overfishing are destroying the coral reefs that surround the islands of French Polynesia. Coral...
Ocean Waters Near Miami
Monday 19 October 2020
: In Miami, signs of pollution and climate change include seagrass die-offs, algae blooms, and an ominous rising sea level. This year, these...
Hurricanes affecting the Gulf Coast
Monday 05 October 2020
: Hurricanes and tropical storms in the gulf coast are getting more frequent, with heavier rains for longer periods. On top of this, cities...
Fires on the West Coast
Saturday 26 September 2020
: The forest fires on the west coast are changing, and not in a good way. Each year, the fires move more north, burn faster, and for longer...