Climate Connections is a nonpartisan multimedia service providing daily 90-second broadcast radio programming on the issue of climate change, one of the greatest challenges and stories confronting modern society.

Episodes written and reported by Justin Bull and ChavoBart Digital Media
Episodes produced and edited by Bridgett Ennis, Sara Peach, Bud Ward, and Erika Street Hopman

Are You Smarter Than An Eighth Grader?

A 13-year-old climate activist has organized a rally, spoken at events, and filed a lawsuit

Aired on Yale Climate Connections March 3, 2016.

Bees Get Stung by Changing Climate

Honey bees and plants depend on each other, but will they adapt in sync as the climate changes?

Aired on Yale Climate Connections March 3, 2016.

Going Really Local

Two students at MIT are now selling a hybrid indoor aquarium and vegetable garden they pioneered as college roommates

Aired on Yale Climate Connections February 18, 2016.

The Paradox of Cheaper LED Lights

LED lights use much less electricity than incandescent bulbs, but as they get cheaper, people may use them more 

Aired on Yale Climate Connections February 8, 2016.

Weathercaster's Change of Mind

A self-described hardcore skeptic becomes convinced that humans contribute to climate change

Aired on Yale Climate Connections January 25, 2016.

Wetlands Do More For You Than You Do For Them

Wetlands protect shorelines -- and Maryland acts to protect them from sea level rise 

Aired on Yale Climate Connections January 11, 2016.