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TOP 25 CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT NEWSLETTERS ON SUBSTACK

Top Climate & Environment Substacks

A full list of the top 25 climate and environment newsletters and podcasts on Substack. Analysis and commentary relating to climate change, weather and the broader environmental context.

Volts is a newsletter, podcast, & community about leaving fossil fuels behind. I've been reporting on and explaining decarbonization and climate change for almost 20 years. I love talking to politicians, analysts, entrepreneurs, and activists about the latest progress in the world's most important fight. Volts is entirely subscriber-supported. Sign up!
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A weekly deep dive into topics relevant to climate solutions for and by the climate community, from MCJ Collective.
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How did we get here, and how do we navigate to an equitable, just and brighter future? These are the questions driving Planet: Critical, the podcast and newsletter for a world in crisis. Join the community as we connect the dots of politics, economics, ecosystems and even language to reveal the big, beautiful and dangerous picture.
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You no longer have a choice about whether to live on a planet in crisis. What you can choose is how successfully you do it. Big-picture foresight, practical solutions and personal strategies from acclaimed climate expert Alex Steffen.
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Energy Flux is the only newsletter that analyses global natural gas markets and geopolitics through the lens of Europe’s net-zero journey. Energy Flux exists to raise awareness of how gas markets work – and to analyse the significance of big energy market price movements on European prosperity and geopolitics. The newsletter is for anyone who’s professional interests overlap with the European energy transition, or who wants a better understanding of the role of gas in a decarbonising world.
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Irrational Fear is an independent, reader-supported, scientific reporting publication from earth science professor-in-exile, Dr. Matthew Wielicki. There is a concerted effort to silence scientists pushing back against the climate crisis narrative. By supporting this publication you will join the fight for accurate and honest scientific reporting without an ideological spin.
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The Gregor Letter seeks to resolve the ongoing problem of excessive pessimism and excessive optimism in energy sector coverage by reaching instead for accuracy.
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