My Climate Diet is a podcast focused on practical, personal tips to live a more climate-friendly, sustainable lifestyle. It follows Dr. Lisa Pettibone, a sustainability researcher, teacher, and author, on personal challenges to cut the kilograms... of carbon dioxide!

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My Climate Diet hopes to make climate action more accessible and fun, by presenting information on key aspects of climate change and sustainability in a personal way. By focusing on her personal journey, Lisa hopes to engage others to take actions to reduction their carbon footprint and live more sustainably.

Main Activities
  • weekly challenges in which Lisa tries to reduce her climate impact in various ways (e.g., by eating local, making her own deodorant, or properly discarding e-waste)
  • reports on why these personal actions are important for the climate and the environment
  • interviews with experts on aspects of climate change and sustainability, and regular people with helpful climate tips

Former fellow at the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society der Ludwig­ Maximili­ans­ Universität München, Postdoc research at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin and Berlin Social Science Center (WZB)

Author of Governing Urban Sustainability (2018) and Understanding the (inter)disciplinary and institutional diversity of citizen science: A survey of current practice in Germany and Austria (2017)

Has taught sustainability classes in English and German for five years at several universities


My Climate Diet Episode 14: Travel with Eco-Sensibility

My Climate Diet Episode 3: e-Waste

My Climate Diet Episode 2: Fridays For Future

My Climate Diet Episode 1: The Weigh-In