Just in time for Earth Day, Ways & Means, the Sanford School’s long-running documentary podcast series, wraps up a season focused on climate change solutions. Each episode offers a new or surprising research-based idea for tackling climate change. From strategically targeting solar subsidies to upgrading cookstoves in the developing world, the stories highlight fresh, hopeful ideas that enrich the important conversation about our changing climate.
This Ways & Means series is hosted by journalists Simran Sethi and Lauren Rosenthal.
Ways & Means is produced by Carol Jackson and Alison Jones of the Sanford School. Jackson previously served as the managing editor for the nationally distributed public radio program The Story with Dick Gordon. Jones is an award-winning writer, editor and audio producer whose worked has aired nationally on public radio.
Ways & Means can be found on Apple Podcasts, NPR One, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
Duke Climate Commitment
Season 8 of Ways & Means is made possible thanks to support from the Office of the Provost at Duke University. This collaboration reflects the Duke Climate Commitment, which unites the university’s education, research, operations, and public service missions to address the climate crisis. The commitment builds on Duke’s longstanding leadership in climate, energy, and sustainability to educate a new generation of climate-fluent innovators and create equitable solutions for all.