The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast

The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast

By The People's Countryside
We focus on 3 challenging environmental questions per episode, with interesting guests and debate them.

We’re aiming to take this live, in front of an audience, as The People’s Countryside Environmental Debate - Live and Unscripted. This will include experiential photographic exhibition and drama components, aimed to ignite a debate in relation to mans impact on the environment.

Changing mindsets to sustainable aspirations and processes that the public, scientists and decision makers have, by raising awareness of sustainable far reaching initiatives we can all support .
More places to listen

More places to listen

The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast with guest writer Tom McCulloch.
Welcome to a new episode of The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast https://thepeoplescountryside.co.uk/ Each episode we will debate, with a guest, 3 tough world-scale environmental issues that challenge society and individual's currently held beliefs. Ultimately we want to take the podcast format in-front of a live audience in the form of Environmental Debate Live and Unscripted. With the addition of experiential art installation and drama components. This will enable the mobilisation of the audience toward practical actions to help with policy and behavioural changes needed for more sustainable future and a valued environment. Our guest in this episode of the podcast is writer Tom McCulloch. New episodes are released on a fortnightly basis, at 10am GMT on Tuesday.
42:34
September 3, 2019
The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast with guest Tom Carman from Cultivate, Real Farming Trust and Ethex.
Welcome to the fourth episode of The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast https://thepeoplescountryside.co.uk/ Each episode we will debate, with a guest, 3 tough world-scale environmental issues that challenge society and individual's currently held beliefs. Ultimately we want to take the podcast format in-front of a live audience in the form of Environmental Debate Live and Unscripted.  With the addition of experiential art installation and drama components. This will enable the mobilisation of the audience toward practical actions to help with policy and behavioural changes needed for more sustainable future and a valued environment. Our guest on this fourth podcast is Tom Carman from Cultivate, Real Farming Trust and Ethex. New episodes are released on a fortnightly basis, at 10am GMT on Tuesday.
45:00
August 25, 2019
The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast with guest Landscape Consultant David Mulholland.
Welcome to the third episode of The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast https://thepeoplescountryside.co.uk/ Each episode we will debate, with a guest, 3 tough world-scale environmental issues that challenge society and individual's currently held beliefs. Ultimately we want to take the podcast format in-front of a live audience in the form of Environmental Debate Live and Unscripted.  With the addition of experiential art installation and drama components. This will enable the mobilisation of the audience toward practical actions to help with policy and behavioural changes needed for more sustainable future and a valued environment. Our guest on this third podcast is guest  Landscape Consultant  David Mulholland.
45:40
August 6, 2019
The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast with guest Martin Gibson
Welcome to the second episode of The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast https://thepeoplescountryside.co.uk/ Each episode we will debate, with a guest, 3 tough world-scale environmental issues that challenge society and individual's currently held beliefs. Ultimately we want to take the podcast format in-front of a live audience in the form of Environmental Debate Live and Unscripted.  With the addition of experiential art installation and drama components. This will enable the mobilisation of the audience toward practical actions to help with policy and behavioural changes needed for more sustainable future and a valued environment.  Our guest on this second podcast is Martin Gibson from Earthly Gains. 
37:42
July 23, 2019
The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast with guest Pete Hughes
 Welcome to the first episode of The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast https://thepeoplescountryside.co.uk/ Each episode we will debate, with a guest, 3 tough world-scale environmental issues that challenge society and individual's currently held beliefs. Ultimately we want to take the podcast format in-front of a live audience in the form of Environmental Debate Live and Unscripted.  With the addition of experiential art installation and drama components. This will enable the mobilisation of the audience toward practical actions to help with policy and behavioural changes needed for more sustainable future and a valued environment. Our very first guest in the initial episode is Pete Hughes from The Oxford Mail.
30:53
July 21, 2019
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