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It's Getting Hot in Here

It's Getting Hot in Here

By WashU Climate Change Program
It’s Getting Hot in Here is a podcast hosted by student climate associates at the Washington University Climate Change Program. By students and for students, our goal is to provide a space to learn about how climate change influences our lives and our future, no matter how much prior knowledge you have. Show notes are available on our website: climatechange.wustl.edu.

The views of individual guests and policies discussed are not official opinions or endorsements of the Washington University Climate Change Program or Washington University.
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Introduction and Climate Literacy

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Fast Fashion
How do your clothes contribute to global climate change? In this episode, we're talking all about fast fashion and sustainability. We walk through a life cycle assessment of the production, distribution, and disposal of fast fashion garments, then speak with Professors Jennifer Ingram and Mary Ruppert-Stroescu at the Sam Fox School of Design to learn more about the fashion industry and sustainable design. This podcast follows our fall 2021 Fashion Climate Conversation. Show notes, as well as more information on Climate Conversations, are available on our website. The views of individual guests and policies discussed are not official opinions or endorsements of the Washington University Climate Change Program or Washington University in St. Louis.
43:48
April 29, 2022
Introduction and Climate Literacy
Welcome to “It’s Getting Hot in Here,” a podcast created by the Washington University Climate Change Program! In this first episode, we’ll be discussing how our student associates conduct research for this podcast. Joining us are Cassie Power and Amanda Albert, experts in information literacy, to discuss strategies for identifying reputable climate information and why climate literacy is so important. Show notes are available on our website. The views of individual guests and policies discussed are not official opinions or endorsements of the Washington University Climate Change Program or Washington University in St. Louis.
28:46
March 10, 2022