pod.link copied!
Critical Frequency

A true-crime podcast about climate change. Hosted by award-winning investigative journalist Amy Westervelt and reported by a team of climate journalists, Drilled... more

Listen now on

Apple Podcasts
Google Podcasts
Podcast Addict
Pocket Casts
Player FM
Podcast Republic


In El Salvador a Cold Case Murder Has Become a Weapon for Silencing Environmental Activists

In 2017, El Salvador became the first country in the world to pass an outright ban on mining. It was... more

17 Jul 2024 · 38 minutes
Could You Really Charge Oil Companies with Murder? Plus: Supreme Court Climate Update

This week, we bring you an episode from our climate litigation podcast, Damages, because we've been getting SO MANY emails... more

09 Jul 2024 · 36 minutes
The Great "Greening" of LNG

As part of our ongoing series looking into new climate problems the fossil fuel industry is peddling as solutions, we... more

03 Jul 2024 · 40 minutes
How Management Consultancies Data-Wash False Solutions and the Great Gas Lock-In

Fossil fuel companies can't push ideas like "low carbon gas" or overstate the emissions-reduction potential of technologies like carbon capture... more

25 Jun 2024 · 36 minutes
The Coordinated Attack on Shareholder Activism

The backlash against ESG is continuing, with a string of lawsuits aimed at shutting down shareholder activism. We don't often... more

18 May 2024 · 52 minutes
Climate News Update: The New Carbon Majors + Swiss Elders Win Landmark Climate Case

Lots of news lately on stories we've been following, so in today's episode: an update! The landmark Carbon Majors report... more

16 Apr 2024 · 41 minutes
Sainte-Soline, the Government Effort to Disband a Movement in France, and the Radical Solidarity of the Earth Uprisings

In France, the unthinkable has happened for polluting industries: the working-class Yellow Vest movement, racial equity movements, and progressive climate... more

03 Apr 2024 · 50 minutes
The U.S. Anti-Renewables Movement, Explained

Late last year, Brown University's Climate and Development Lab put out a comprehensive report looking at the opposition to wind... more

20 Mar 2024 · 47 minutes
Nearly 30 Years After the Ogoni 9 Tragedy, Nigerians Are Still Resisting Oil Colonialism

Shell announced in late 2023 that it would be shutting down all of its onshore activities in Nigeria and concentrating... more

05 Mar 2024 · 43 minutes
What Ecuador's Yasuní Referendum Really Means for Oil, in Yasuní and Beyond

Last year, headlines all over the world proclaimed victory for the environment: finally, after more than a decade of promises,... more

20 Feb 2024 · 26 minutes
In El Salvador a Cold Case Murder Has Become a Weapon for Silencing Environmental Activists
Claim your free pod.link
Customize to match your brand
Claim a memorable URL
Add your own Google Analytics
Confirm Ownership

To claim this podcast, you must confirm your ownership via the email address located in your podcast’s RSS feed (amy****@criticalfrequency.org). If you cannot access this email, please contact your hosting provider.