The Athlete Climate Academy

A podcast by Kilian Jornet and Huw James

51 Episodes

  1. The Power of Story with Estelle Cheuk

    Published: 3/14/2024
  2. Running Toward a Greener Future with Francesco Puppi

    Published: 3/7/2024
  3. The Urge To Do More with Stephanie Howe

    Published: 2/29/2024
  4. La transition ecologique du sport avec Mael Besson

    Published: 2/22/2024
  5. Outdoor Gear Design and Sustainability with Anna Pitman

    Published: 2/15/2024
  6. An Athletes Place in the Climate Crisis with Andy Symonds

    Published: 2/8/2024
  7. Climate and Communities with Brianna Rita Pagán

    Published: 2/1/2024
  8. Science in the High Mountains with Christophe Ogier

    Published: 1/30/2024
  9. Climbing for Change with Sasha DiGiulian

    Published: 1/18/2024
  10. Climate Communication and Community Action with Peyton Thomas and Dakota Jones

    Published: 8/10/2023
  11. The Changing Himalaya with ICIMOD

    Published: 8/3/2023
  12. White Flow with Fernanda Maciel

    Published: 7/27/2023
  13. Outdoor Events with Mike Seaman and Charlie Cotton

    Published: 7/20/2023
  14. Climate Journeys with Leanna Carriere

    Published: 7/13/2023
  15. Long Distance Adventures with Andrea Sinfreu

    Published: 7/6/2023
  16. Caring About Our Planet with Sam Branson

    Published: 6/29/2023
  17. The Future of Glaciers with Matthias Huss

    Published: 6/22/2023
  18. Air Pollution with Jess Clark

    Published: 6/15/2023
  19. Athlete Activism with Nikolai Schirmer

    Published: 6/8/2023
  20. Mountains for All with Rachael Crewesmith

    Published: 3/23/2023

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In a natural environment where so many athletes spend so many hours, there is so much to know. The Athlete Climate Academy podcast, hosted by Kilian Jornet and Huw James, aims to bring science closer to athletes in an easy and friendly way. At a time when climate change is advancing unabated, we need to provide the tools and knowledge of what climate change means globally and locally. Understanding the effects of climate change on ecosystems and becoming aware of what we can do to reduce our footprint. For the transition to sustainability, knowledge is as important as a good attitude.