20 Best Water Resources Podcasts of 2021

3 years ago

Are you wanting to learn more about water resources ? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best water resources podcasts of 2021.

We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.

We are always keen to hear your feedback, if we have missed a podcast, tweet us @MagazineWelp and we will check it out!

Best Water Resources Podcasts 2021

With thanks to ListenNotes, Crunchbase, SemRush and Ahrefs for providing the data to create and rank these podcasts.

Water Values Podcast

  • Publisher: Dave McGimpsey
  • Total Episodes: 196

The Water Values Podcast series is presented in collaboration with Bluefield Research. This podcast series explores water issues from a variety of perspectives with the goal of uncovering the true value of water. Each episode will delve into one aspect of water, such as water utilities, water treatment, water resources, water reuse, and more.

Virginia Water Radio

  • Publisher: Virginia Water Resources Research Center
  • Total Episodes: 156

Our show presents sounds and music that relate to Virginia’s waters, from the Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic Ocean. Virginia Water Radio is produced weekly by the Virginia Water Center Resources Research Center.

Breaking Green Ceilings

  • Publisher: Sapna Mulki
  • Total Episodes: 68

Breaking Green Ceilings spotlights passionate environmentalists we don’t often hear from or hear enough from including those from underrepresented groups – Disabled, Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous and People of Color. Join eco-nerd, Sapna Mulki, for your weekly installment of Breaking Green Ceilings and learn about the journeys of success, failure, challenges overcome, and aspirations of our eco-warriors. Breaking Green Ceilings features interviews with inspiring environmentalists like Bill Tripp Director of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy at Karuk Tribe Department of Natural Resources, Dr. Ingrid Waldron, author of There’s Something in the Water, Isaias Hernandez of QueerBrownVegan, and Dr. Mariaelena Huambachano, a native Peruvian Indigenous scholar, and more!

Potter’s Inn Soul Care Conversations

  • Publisher: Potter’s Inn
  • Total Episodes: 124

Potter’s Inn Soul Care Conversations is a place where our souls meet the world. We invite you into a relevant, vulnerable and courageous conversation with us. We’ll explore key Soul Care issues facing us in work, health, relationships and God. In our busy lives, we all need a space to reflect, be inspired, and get some needed resources to help us navigate the white water of life. This podcast is provided by Potter’s Inn, a ministry dedicated to the care of the soul for leaders in the ministry and the marketplace. Our hosts: Stephen and Gwen Smith, Joe Chambers, Kaylene Derksen, and Jeremy Frye. Thank you for tuning in!

The Watershed

  • Publisher: We Are Water MN
  • Total Episodes: 8

A special, six-part series exploring stories about water and people from Mankato, Minnesota. New episodes every Friday. Produced by We Are Water MN, a partnership of the Minnesota Humanities Center, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Minnesota Historical Society, and Minnesota Departments of Health, Agriculture, and Natural Resources with support from the Clean Water, Land & Legacy Amendment and the McKnight Foundation.

World Resources Institute Podcasts Plus

  • Publisher: WRI’s Big Ideas Into Action podcast
  • Total Episodes: 92

“Big Ideas Into Action” is the relaunched podcast from the World Resources Institute, bringing you the big ideas that combat the world’s most pressing environmental and developmental challenges. You’ll hear the voices of those meeting the challenges on the ground across the globe and find out about the way we’re finding the answers and translating them into action. We’ll be podcasting in series of six to eight at a time, once a week, with occasional special episodes to add our insights and analysis in response to big events. The World Resources Institute works around the globe to turn big ideas into action at the nexus of environment, economic opportunity, and human well-being. We focus on seven urgent global challenges that must be addressed to reduce poverty, grow economies and protect natural systems: climate change, energy, food, forests, water, cities, and the ocean.

Alacrity Cleantech Talks

  • Publisher: Alacrity Canada
  • Total Episodes: 14

Alacrity Cleantech Talks invites clean technology leaders, thinkers and sustainability experts to talk about solutions to the global challenges we face today. Our episodes cover how cleantech is making a difference, how science is trying to find answers to our everyday problems, and how we can keep the environment and sustainability in mind – even in business. Alacrity Cleantech Talks discusses the future of water, natural resources, energy and our role in making the world a better place.

NEW STORY with Rebecca Conran

  • Publisher: Rebecca Conran CHHC
  • Total Episodes: 133

It’s hard to believe, even for me now, that for most of my life I felt directionless and depressed. Perpetually swinging from the highest highs to the lowest lows. I used sex, relationships, drugs, alcohol, eating, not eating, shopping, and work as ways to escape and avoid the dark, vast, void that I felt within myself. I had multiple failed suicide bids and all of my relationships were strained or non-existent. The saying goes that no man is an Island, yet that is exactly how I felt. I found myself as a baron desolate island surrounded by deep waters of emotion that I just couldn’t seem to navigate. I’m a prime example of a life lost then built back into a life of purpose, clarity and fulfillment. I’ve been fortunate in the years since my lowest lows to have helped thousands of clients through the worst times of their lives with Energy Healing, Spiritual Counseling and my Weekly Energy Reports.It can be hard to invest time, energy and resources into our self care and self love. Fear always leads with obstacles. If you are like me in anyway, you know that the investment you make in your health and happiness, is the only thing truly worth investing in. In this show we discuss how to create a “New Story” for ourselves – one that makes us feel strong, empowered and free.For more information on Rebecca plus one-on-one session information, products and more visit www.RebeccaConran.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Efficiency Point

  • Publisher: Modern Pumping Today
  • Total Episodes: 21

The Efficiency Point, a podcast from Modern Pumping Today magazine, delivers relevant content for professionals in water/wastewater, chemical processing, oil & gas, and more, wherever you are, on demand. Whether your background is in treatment or processing, an OEM or a distributor, extraction or repurposing, the Efficiency Point podcast brings together experts and end-users to discuss the issues of note in an ever-growing and increasingly vital sector of the global infrastructure economy. Hosted by MPT Editor J. Campbell, each episode of the Efficiency Point covers the wide breadth of the worldwide pumping industry with breaking news, insightful interviews, and sneak peeks at emerging technology. Bolstered by the editorial resources of MPT magazine and supported by leading companies across the pump sector, the Efficiency Point is your go-to source for what’s new in the landscape of industrial pumps and rotary equipment.

Motherhood in ADHD – Parenting with ADHD, Productivity Tips, Brain based Science, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Education to Help Moms with Adult ADHD

  • Publisher: Patricia Sung
  • Total Episodes: 95

Productivity, Parenting, and Education for Moms with Adult ADHD Are you overwhelmed by the never-ending to do list of motherhood? Are you burnt out and barely keeping your head above water? Are you confused and frustrated by how all the other moms make it look so easy? And somehow you’re still floundering despite trying even harder… Your purse is as overflowing as your mind, you never feel like a good enough mom, and you don’t dare have anyone over to visit to witness your messy home. You just want the best for your kids, but you can’t figure out how to manage the chaos, both in your mind and in your house. Oh, I’ve been there, mama. Some days, I’m still there. Parenting with ADHD is hard! We want to be structured for our kids, yet we can’t seem to stay consistent even for ourselves. But I’m letting go of everyone else’s perception of a “good mom” and stepping into loving who I am a little more each day. Will you join me? Whether you have ADHD like I do, or think you might, here is your permission slip to let go of the pinterest worthy visions of organization and structure fit for everyone else. Let’s do life like our brains do life: creatively, lovingly, and with all your might. Moms with ADHD have a superpower of always trying their best, even when it doesn’t pan out. How do I know? I have known about my ADD for over twenty years, and I want to share all of this hard-earned ADHD knowledge with you, making your adjustment a lot easier and faster than mine was. What does Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder look like in women? We’ll dive into emotional regulation, motivation, executive function, hormones, medication, and natural treatments. Women with ADHD share their diagnosis stories with us, whether inattentive, hyperactive or combined, from childhood through adult diagnoses. We also talk about ADHD’s so-called friends like depression, anxiety, addiction, disordered eating, other learning differences, and what I’ve learned through therapy and CBT. Science is my jam and learning about how our brains work through the lens of scientific research helps us understand who we are. ADHD is not just for little boys; it looks different in girls. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a neurological medical condition, not an excuse for lazy, stupid, unmotivated people to not live up to our potential. Let’s agree to throw that thought in the trash. Once we understand how our brains work, we can dive into the practical strategies like structuring our day, minimalism, money, nurturing our relationships, daily rhythms, using a planner, and improving our sleep. I want to help you build your version of a joyful family life. We talk about everything from ADHD to Zebras, because that is how Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder works: to us, our thoughts are clearly connected, but non-linear to everyone else. I want you to love being a zebra in a world full of horses. We were born as unique, gorgeous creatures, not meant to blend in with the usual nor mundane. When we embrace who we are and how our brains work, we can figure out how to live out lives successfully and in turn, lead our families well. At the end of the day, we just want to be good moms. Spoiler alert: you are already a great mom. If you’re ready to see that with your own two eyes, hit play and listen in as we love ourselves a little more each day of our ADHD lives. ADHD does NOT mean you’re doomed to be a hot mess, mama! You CAN rewrite your story from shame spiral to success story, and I’ll be right here beside you to cheer you on! With love, Patricia Sung, a fellow mama with ADHD Free Resources and Transcriptions at: motherhoodinadhd.com Connect with Patricia Sung on Instagram: www.instagram.com/motherhoodinadhd Join like-minded mamas in our Motherhood in ADHD Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/motherhoodinadhd Sign up for classes to learn about ADHD: www.successfulasamother.com

Streaming Water

  • Publisher: Blair Corning
  • Total Episodes: 16

An interview-style podcast focusing on water and wastewater issues. Guests with different areas of expertise give perspectives on relevant water topics. Subjects include water quality, water resources, current events, leadership, legal issues, engineering, technology, and careers. This podcast is jointly sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association and the Colorado Wastewater Utility Council.

Water Talk

  • Publisher: Drs. Mallika Nocco, Faith Kearns, Sam Sandoval
  • Total Episodes: 22

Water Talk is a new podcast from the University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources about all things California Water hosted by Drs. Mallika Nocco, Faith Kearns, and Sam Sandoval

Conservation Corner

  • Publisher: Don Hibbard
  • Total Episodes: 126

Promoting stewardship of the land, water, and other natural resources; to make all Susquehanna County citizens aware of the interrelationships between human activities and the natural environment.

Burning Futures: On Ecologies of Existence

  • Publisher: HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Margarita Tsomou, Maximilian Haas
  • Total Episodes: 9

Burning Futures: On Ecologies of Existence #Too little, too late A look at the state of our planet gives every reason to worry – and to think. The speed and extent of the environmental disasters looming over us with climate change, species extinction, extreme weather events, pollution and overuse of land, air and water, etc. are unprecedented and as real as they are incomprehensible. The slow violence of these transformations has accelerated to a staccato of events. The series of lectures and discussions at HAU Hebbel am Ufer, “Burning Futures: On Ecologies of Existence”, initiated by Magarita Tsomou (HAU) and curated by Maximilian Haas, looks at the escalating and indeed apocalyptic discourses of the coming catastrophes against the background of ever-growing ecological crises and debates ways and aims of political action. While we can still discuss these issues in a relatively safe and sound environment, in the global South and elsewhere the ecologies of human existence are already being destroyed by rising sea levels, hurricanes, floods, droughts and fires. Yet it is primarily the way of life and production of the industrialized West, based on the destructive exploitation of resources, human and other, that has led to this situation, from which it is still quite well shielded today. The ecological question is therefore closely linked to economies of extractivism, racial capitalism, patriarchal oppression and colonial exploitation, and thus cannot do without critically addressing them. For these reasons, this discussion series is not intended to be an expert debate on ‘nature’, but to take an intersectional perspective on ecological issues and make economic and cultural contexts explicit. “Burning Futures: On Ecologies of Existence” is a lecture and discussion series by HAU Hebbel am Ufer. Supported within the framework of the Alliance of International Production Houses by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media. With kind support by Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung. Initiated by Margarita Tsomou (HAU Hebbel am Ufer) and curated by Maximilian Haas. Podcast Production: Fritz Schlüter. Speaker: Orlando de Boeyken. Jingle: Sonja Deffner

Cape Cod Climate Action Podcast

  • Publisher: Cape Cod Commission
  • Total Episodes: 6

The Cape Cod Climate Action podcast series follows the work of the Cape Cod Commission and its community partners as we work together as one Cape to build resiliency in our region. With over 500 miles of coastline and beaches, almost 1,000 freshwater ponds, and more than 100,000 acres of habitat, wetlands, and protected open space, the natural beauty, environmental resources, and historic character of Cape Cod have made the region a globally-recognized destination. But what makes us unique also makes us vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.

Three Rivers Land Trust Campfire Conversations

  • Publisher: ThreeRiversLandTrust
  • Total Episodes: 94

Good conversation centered around the natural world. Interviews with all manner of conservation professionals. Hot tips relevant to the conservation field both locally and globally. Topics include: Land protection • Land management • Habitat manipulation • Wildlife disease • Wildlife surveys • Wildlife research • Forestry and timber resources • Water quality and protection • Invasive species mitigation • Hunting, angling, and outdoor recreation as it relates to conservation • Hiking • Kayaking • Photography • Camping • Bushcraft and wilderness living • Connecting folks to the outdoors, particularly the next generation of conservationists

Missouri Woods & Water – Sportsmen’s Nation

  • Publisher: Sportsmen’s Nation
  • Total Episodes: 56

The Missouri Woods & Water podcast covers a variety of outdoor related topics including hunting and fishing strategies from successful outdoorsmen, discussions about conservation efforts throughout the state, and talks with specialists from the Department of Conservation. Host Nate Thomas, cohosts Micah Winstead and Andrew Homfeld, are proud residents of the “Show-Me State” and avid sportsmen with a deep passion for the outdoors. The goal of this podcast is to share knowledge about our natural resources, tell amazing stories, and help educate the listener about all the hunting and fishing opportunities in the great state of Missouri.

KPCW This Green Earth

  • Publisher: KPCW Podcasts
  • Total Episodes: 286

This Green Earth is a weekly, hour-long program that focuses on the environment and environmentalism. Co-hosts Christopher Cherniak and Nell Larson explore the science, politics, economics and ethics behind the environment, natural resources and sustainability. The program includes interviews with local and national experts in the fields of water resources, air quality, environmental policy, fossil and renewable fuels, climate, conservation, ecosystems, agriculture, aquaculture and sustainability.

AquaPod: Water Monitoring Stories from the Field

  • Publisher: In-Situ
  • Total Episodes: 7

Join us for wide-ranging interviews with water monitoring professionals, who share everything from nitty-gritty project details to big-picture perspective. These conversations between guests and our own groundwater and surface water experts offer fascinating insight into the world of water science and the incredible work being done to protect our precious water resources. Presented to you by In-Situ. We specialize in the manufacture and design of equipment and software used to solve water monitoring challenges the world over. In-Situ.com.

Environmental Echo with PWGC’s Paul K. Boyce

  • Publisher: PW Grosser
  • Total Episodes: 8

Environmental Echo amplifies discussions on environmental work that’s changing the way we live, and the people who are making it happen.  Hosted by Paul K. Boyce, PE, PG; CEO/President of P.W. Grosser Consulting, podcast episodes will include thought provoking conversations with environmental experts in key sectors, such as water resources, aviation, health care, real estate development and more. Get more info at pwgrosser.com/podcast!

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