Podcasts have become a new tool for learning. They are easy to access from phone or tablet, there is a huge variety of topics and allow you multi-tasking.
Would you like to learn more about blue economy, marine sciences and ocean’s topics? We have prepared you a compilation of the best podcasts for your listening pleasure.
The “Car Talk” of Scuba Diving. James & Brando comment on diving in their own, unique way. An original take on SCUBA diving and their shared passion for exploring the underwater world and the diving community.
Marine Tech Talk is a podcast covering Teledyne Marine’s technologies that are enabling discovery and efficient and safe work practices in our oceans and inland waterways. From tracking North Atlantic Right Whales off the coast of New Brunswick, to advocating and designing a new fishing method that can prevent accidental whale entanglements and mortality, our guests span industries and the globe.
Hosted by Stewart Mullin and David Lenti. Offshore wind is one of the world’s fastest growing energy sources, with strong year on year growth expected across the next few decades. The offshore wind podcast series looks at the issues facing the offshore wind industry today, and opportunities for tomorrow.
A podcast for and about women involved in the oceans in some way, ocean sciences, ocean lifestyle, all of it! If you’re a fan of the oceans, listen in every week for something new about the ocean life!
Did you know that women are still rarely featured as first authors in leading scientific journals? Hosted by marine biologists Madeline St Clair & Charlie Young, the brand new Women in Ocean Science Podcast is here to put a new spin on scientific publications and to smash down gender stereotypes in marine science. From chemical oceanography to fisheries to tropical marine biology, the podcast champions the women behind the science, featuring a different ocean science paper and its corresponding author each week.
The So You Want to Be a Marine Biologist podcast is here for those who ever dreamed of becoming a marine biologist. We share your love for the sea and curiosity to know more about the ocean and its denizens. On the podcast, we chat with people who are working hard to protect our oceans and the creatures within her realm. We break scientific jargon and important research concepts down into bite sized chunks. We show the real side of being a marine biologist, what it takes to get there, and what it takes for all of us to help protect our oceans.
The host, Andrew Lewin, helps you overcome the problems of the ocean by discussing the latest ocean news and studies that will help you make more informed decisions in your life so you can live for a better ocean.
The goal is to communicate topics and challenges related to the Ocean and Blue Economy engaging main stakeholders through live interviews focused on sustainability, innovation, cooperation and knowledge sharing.
Language: Italian & English
Cristina Canella, PhD student in marine sciences, shares the latest news on marine ecosystems by raising awareness about climate change. Each episode includes a bibliographic to help the listener deepen their knowledge of environmental issues.
¿Sabemos cuál es la senda de la transición ecológica? O, mejor dicho, ¿las sendas? Y, aún más importante: ¿seremos capaces de seguirlas? En esta nueva serie de podcasts exploramos las sendas que debemos transitar, por estrechas que sean, para lograr un futuro más verde y más justo. Bienvenidos y bienvenidas a ‘Sendas’, un podcast por y para la transición ecológica.
El hidrófono: ciencia marina para escuchar» es un pódcast del Instituto Español de Oceanografía (IEO, CSIC) con la colaboración de la Fundación Española para la Ciencia y la Tecnología – Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación.
Ocean Science Radio
Ocean Science Radio is a joint project between Andrew Kornblatt, founder and host of the Online Ocean Symposium, and Naomi Frances Farabaugh of FIU. Previous co-host was Samantha Wishnak, Digital Media Coordinator at Ocean Exploration Trust. The program will focus on and highlight the latest and greatest ocean science stories that the world has to offer.
If Oceans Could Speak
In our podcast “If Oceans Could Speak” (IOCS), scientists and experts from different fields, scholars and
sailors, artists and activists share their stories about the oceans around us, their value and vulnerability. This podcast is a collaborative effort as part of the #EU4Ocean Coalition for Ocean Literacy initiative. Supported by the European Commission, this bottom-up, inclusive initiative aims at uniting the voices of Europeans to make the ocean a concern of everyone.
Meet the Ocean
Meet the Ocean is an educational podcast using storytelling to improve science communication. Topics and interviews explore the polar regions and other far-off destinations. Content available for all ages. Listen to Learn.
The Plan Bleu podcast on safeguarding the Mediterranean. Plan Bleu is a center of expertise for development and the environment at the service of the 21 Mediterranean countries.Its main mission is to protect the Mediterranean basin by guiding the authorities for informed decision-making. It invites you to listen to the voices of scientists, experts, associations and committed personalities who are exploring solutions to draw positive horizon lines. Planet Med is the first podcast dedicated to saving the Mediterranean, you can listen to all 5 episodes!
Catching Up is our podcast, giving you updates and insights from the team behind the mission. In this informal interview setup, you will hear more about the team members’ motivations for working at
The Ocean Cleanup, as well as an update on their projects.
Ocean Sailing Podcast
The Ocean Sailing Podcast is designed for people who love to cruise, race or explore the worlds oceans. It’s also for those yet to experience the joy of sailing and those no longer able to cast off their dock lines and head for the open sea. Each episode is pack with great stories, tips, lessons and the colourful characters that go sailing in all forms.
Podcast sobre el océano, para adentrarnos en sus maravillas y sus secretos, realizado por el Cartagena Oceanographic Research Institute en colaboración con Onda Regional de Murcia. Podcast reconocido por la UNESCO como una de las actividades a desarrollar dentro de la década por unos océanas sostenibles.