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20 Best Podcasts About Biofuel of 2021

Are you wanting to learn more about biofuel? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best biofuel podcasts of 2021.

We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.

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Best Biofuel Podcasts 2021

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Illinois Innovators

  • Publisher: Illinois Innovators
  • Total Episodes: 56

As one of the world’s top ranked engineering programs, our students, faculty, and alumni set the standard for excellence. We drive the economy, reimagine engineering education, and bring revolutionary ideas to the world. We solve the world’s greatest challenges. We look toward the future and find ways to make it a reality. Leading the innovation of virtual reality. Designing electronic tattoos to treat seizures. Building safer global water systems. Converting algae to biofuel. Exploring fusion energy. We do the impossible every day.

Biofuels Daily

  • Publisher: Scott Singer
  • Total Episodes: 48

Your daily one stop shop for easily digestible (pun-intended) biofuels industry news. Stay up to date with the latest industry trends and top business stories in 15 minutes. You’ll also hear longer conversations with top scientists, university professors, and business leaders who are shaping the industry as we know it. Questions, comments, and suggestions can be sent to [email protected]

Step To Green: Nigerian Biofuel Exploration

  • Publisher: Maryam Buraimoh
  • Total Episodes: 3

As oil exploration reaches its peaks, it is about time to introduce a new energy exploration. A greener one at that. From each episode, be prepared to engage on a whirlwind of perspectives and opinions of algae-derived biofuel talk, as Maryam Buraimoh invites guests from all around the oil sector to string out their viewpoints for you to ponder on. If you want to learn about greener energy options in Nigeria or just want to be passionate for the Earth’s sustainability, then this podcast is worth a listen. For major improvement, feel free to answer the survey below!

Riptide Biofuels Podcast

  • Publisher: CEO Tripp Hilderbrand
  • Total Episodes: 5

Do you like podcasts? We sure do, so we decided to start our own: The Riptide Biofuels Podcast. This podcast will mention biofuels, energy, and the climate with guest experts from around the world. This podcast will premier on YouTube, our website, Spotify, and even Apple Podcast. Our episodes will be released on Wednesdays weekly.

“On Focus”

  • Publisher: Melissa
  • Total Episodes: 1

Environmental implications of biofuels and biomass of growing human populations!

GTM: Take Five Podcast

  • Publisher: Greentech Media
  • Total Episodes: 7

Greentech Media (GTM) is devoted to covering emerging green and clean technologies. As renewable energy becomes an increasingly large sector, the business community needs a source with up-to-the-minute news on solar, smart grid, enterprise energy solutions, wind energy, electric vehicles, biofuels, water, batteries and storage, finance and VC, and policy throughout the sectors. Visit www.greentechmedia.com for more stories, research, webinars, and conferences.

Micropod

  • Publisher: Society for Applied Microbiology
  • Total Episodes: 13

The Society for Applied Microbiology provide benefits and resources online to raise awareness and knowledge of a diverse range of applied microbiology issues such as climate change and biofuels, food poisoning outbreaks and hospital acquired infection. The Micropod podcast, is an interesting podcast featuring interesting people. Some are microbiologists, some aren’t scientists, but they all have one thing in common: everything they talk to us about is relevant to the lives of microbiologists across the globe.

Renewables

  • Publisher: Gav
  • Total Episodes: 1

A short talk about the pros and cons of Biofuels vs Wind Energy

Clean Transportation Podcast » Podcast Feed

  • Publisher: International Council on Clean Transportation
  • Total Episodes: 3

Occasional interviews, presentations, and general discussion on clean transportation policy issues worldwide. Topics covered will range from climate change to public health, fuel efficiency to pollutant emissions, vehicle standards to fiscal policies, advanced technologies to biofuels, indirect land use change to electric vehicle infrastructure.

Environmental Management S1

  • Publisher: iTunes U Podcast Owner
  • Total Episodes: 5

Laura Rongen takes you on a wide-ranging journey visiting a variety of environmental issues such as recycling, reducing pollution, propagating native plants, pest eradication, sustainable tourism and biofuel production. You also get to visit Penguin Place and the marine study centre.

Environmental Management S1

  • Publisher: SIT TV Production Unit
  • Total Episodes: 5

Laura Rongen takes you on a wide-ranging journey visiting a variety of environmental issues such as recycling, reducing pollution, propagating native plants, pest eradication, sustainable tourism and biofuel production. You also get to visit Penguin Place and the marine study centre.

AlternativeEnergy.Com

  • Publisher: Archive
  • Total Episodes: 10

AlternativeEnergy.com is a social network with an enormous range of Alternative Energy content, including current news, green collar jobs, videos, leaders, and products. We also have Comedy and Girls Gone Green sections. Covers solar energy, wind power, biofuels, geothermal, and other green and renewable energy sources.

AlternativeEnergy.Com

  • Publisher: Archive
  • Total Episodes: 216

AlternativeEnergy.com is a social network with an enormous range of Alternative Energy content, including current news, green collar jobs, videos, leaders, and products. We also have Comedy and Girls Gone Green sections. Covers solar energy, wind power, biofuels, geothermal, and other green and renewable energy sources.

Anaerobic Digestion

  • Publisher: iTunes U Podcast Owner
  • Total Episodes: 3

The Technology, Engineering & the Environment (TEE) at Birmingham City University launches a large project to research the effect of Biofuels on the environment. This series features interviews with leading academics and transfer consultants involved i

Anaerobic Digestion

  • Publisher: Mike Ahearne / Lynsey Melville
  • Total Episodes: 3

The Technology, Engineering & the Environment (TEE) at Birmingham City University launches a large project to research the effect of Biofuels on the environment. This series features interviews with leading academics and transfer consultants involved i

Anaerobic Digestion

  • Publisher: iTunes U Podcast Owner
  • Total Episodes: 3

The Technology, Engineering & the Environment (TEE) at Birmingham City University launches a large project to research the effect of Biofuels on the environment. This series features interviews with leading academics and transfer consultants involved i

Steven Chu (SD)

  • Publisher: iTunes U Podcast Owner
  • Total Episodes: 4

Dr. Steven Chu is the United States Secretary of Energy. A distinguished scientist, he received the 1977 Nobel Prize in Physics for his research on the cooling and trapping of atoms with laser light. Prior to his appointment by President Barack Obama in 2009, he was professor of physics, and of molecular and cell biology at the University of California, Berkeley, and Director of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. His recent research has been concerned with the study of biological systems at the single molecule level. Born in St. Louis, Missouri to a family with a history of academic and scientific accomplishment, he earned undergraduate degrees in math and physics from the University of Rochester and a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. His Nobel Prize research was carried out at Bell Labs; he taught at Stanford University before assuming his posts in Berkeley. Under Dr. Chu’s leadership, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has been a center of research into biofuels and solar energy technologies. He has been an outspoken advocate for expanded research in alternative energy technology, and has long argued that a shift away from fossil fuels is essential to combating climate change. As Secretary of Energy, Dr. Chu is charged with implementing President Obama’s agenda to invest in clean energy, reduce the nation’s dependence on imported oil, address the global climate crisis, and create millions of “clean energy” jobs. He addressed the Academy of Achievement at its 2010 Summit in Washington, D.C.

Anaerobic Digestion

  • Publisher: iTunes U Podcast Owner
  • Total Episodes: 3

The Technology, Engineering & the Environment (TEE) at Birmingham City University launches a large project to research the effect of Biofuels on the environment. This series features interviews with leading academics and transfer consultants involved i

Victims or Saviours – Can Plants Protect Us Against Global Warming? – Audio

  • Publisher: UCL
  • Total Episodes: 1

Plants produce the oxygen we breathe and the food we eat. By assimilating carbon dioxide, they dampen the current rise in carbon dioxide concentration and thereby global warming. To predict future changes, it is important to investigate how plants are affected by elevated carbon dioxide concentrations and by increased temperatures. Can enhanced plant growth counteract global warming or will global warming lead to the extinction of plant species? Can we offset our carbon emissions by planting trees or is it better to invest in new technologies for the production of biofuels? These and similar questions will be addressed in the lecture.

Victims or Saviours – Can Plants Protect Us Against Global Warming? – Video

  • Publisher: Astrid Wingler
  • Total Episodes: 1

Plants produce the oxygen we breathe and the food we eat. By assimilating carbon dioxide, they dampen the current rise in carbon dioxide concentration and thereby global warming. To predict future changes, it is important to investigate how plants are affected by elevated carbon dioxide concentrations and by increased temperatures. Can enhanced plant growth counteract global warming or will global warming lead to the extinction of plant species? Can we offset our carbon emissions by planting trees or is it better to invest in new technologies for the production of biofuels? These and similar questions will be addressed in the lecture.

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