Get your tickets for climate change podcast

2018 is the inaugural year for Vancouver Podcast Festival — CBC Vancouver is proud to be exclusive media partner!

Johanna Wagstaffe hosts a brand new episode of "2050: Degrees of Change"

On the heels of another record-breaking wildfire season, CBC Vancouver's podcast 2050: Degrees of Change asks, "What would it take for you to change for climate change?"

Join Senior Meteorologist and Seismologist Johanna Wagstaffe on November 9 at 12 noon for a live podcast taping at the Vancouver Podcast Festival. Joined by special guests and panellists, this new episode explores what can still be done to counter the worst-case scenarios facing our region, and what that means for you.


  • David Suzuki, environmentalist and host of The Nature of Things
  • Simon Donner, Associate Professor of Climatology at UBC
  • Grace Nosek, creator of Climate Hub group at UBC
  • Deborah Harford, executive director of Adaptation to Climate Change Team at SFU
  • William Cheung, associate professor at UBC's Institute for Oceans and Fisheries
  • Stephen Sheppard, landscape architect and director of UBC's Urban Forestry program


Johanna Wagstaffe hosts this award-winning science podcast that explores how our world and lives will adapt to climate change within a few decades. Download past episodes of 2050: Degrees of Change now. 

2018 is the inaugural year for the Vancouver Podcast Festival and CBC Vancouver is the exclusive media partner. Unique in its emphasis on audio documentary and social justice issues, 2018's festival programming focus is "True Crime, True Justice," promising to not only entertain, but educate and generate discussion. Podcasts from Canada and the United States will offer live tapings, Q&As, workshops, and more – alongside panels and events featuring Vancouver-based productions.

Vancouver Podcast Festival is presented by DOXA and runs November 8 -10 across Vancouver.