Crossover! CRR and Finding Sustainability Podcast

By Hannah Harrison

The most ambitious cross-over attempted since Batman and Robin joined Scooby Doo!

This week we are joined by the dynamic team who make the Finding Sustainability podcast – Dr. Michael Cox, Dr. Courtney Hammond Wagner, and Dr. Stefan Partelow – in an ambitious 2-part crossover episode! We talk about using podcasts to communicate with and about science, how we create our respective programs, and all the “invisible” labor that goes into this type of work.

Best of all, we’ve taken advantage of each team’s unique podcasting style, and we’ve made TWO episodes. In addition to the Coastal Routes Radio narrative-driven version, you can find the long-form version of our group discussion at the Finding Sustainability podcast (https://findsustpod.podbean.com/e/sharing-podcasting-experiences-with-coastal-routes-radio/).

This episode’s music is “I Know a Man” by Manwomanchild, available on the Free Music Archive (https://freemusicarchive.org/music/MANWOMANCHILD/I_Know_a_Man_Instrumental/I_Know_a_Man_instrumental)

To learn more about the Finding Sustainability podcast or the team who makes it, find them on Twitter:
Finding Sustainability Podcast ( www.twitter.com/@find_sust_pod)
Michael Cox ( www.twitter.com/@michael_e_cox)
Courtney Hammond Wagner ( www.twitter.com/@chamwag)
Stefan Partelow ( www.twitter.com/@SBPartelow)

As always, you can find the Coastal Routes Project and our team at:
Coastal Routes Project (www.twitter.com/@Coastal_Routes)
Philip Loring (www.twitter.com/@ConserveChange)
Hannah Harrison (www.twitter.com/@fishpeopleplace)
Emily De Sousa (www.twitter.com/@airplaneavocado)

If you have a story to share with us or want to talk about collaborating on your podcast, send us an email at stories@coastalroutes.org.