Green Pulse Podcast: Follow ST's green podcasters in 2021

The Straits Times’ environment correspondent Audrey Tan and climate change editor David Fogarty host new episodes twice a month, analysing the beat of the changing environment, from biodiversity conservation to climate change. These are the best episodes of our Green Pulse Podcast series so far. 

Green Pulse Ep 15: Can raised awareness of Covid-19 help end Asia’s wildlife markets? (featuring Mr Rohit Singh, zero poaching lead at the World Wild Fund for Nature Singapore)

Green Pulse Ep 39: Singapore’s great green transition (featuring Mr Simon Schillebeeckx, assistant professor of strategic management at the Singapore Management University )

Green Pulse Ep 28: Why planting trees is no quick-fix for climate change (featuring Mr Koh Lian Pin, Director of the Centre for Nature-based Climate Solutions at the National University of Singapore)

Green Pulse Ep 30: What has Covid-19 taught Singapore about sustainability (featuring Mr Desmond Lee, Minister for National Development)

Green Pulse Ep 35: Getting to the bottom of plastic pollution (featuring Ms Denise Hardesty, specialist in plastic pollution and illegal fishing at Australia’s national science agency)

Green Pulse Episode 22: The Great Barrier Bleach (featuring Dr David Wachenfeld, chief scientist at the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority in Townsville, Queensland)

Green Pulse Episode 26: A Covid-19 tide of trash; and implications for marine life

Green Pulse Ep 40: Could no-kill meat products be food for the future? (featuring Ms Elaine Siu, managing director of The Good Food Institute Asia Pacific)

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