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Welcome to Halfway to the Moon!

We're on a journey to answer the big (and little) questions about life in an era when humans have touched every part of the globe and beyond.

Join Suzanne and Lucy as they take a weekly journey into weird, wonderful, crazy and sometimes terrifying stories about nature, climate, the planet and the universe we live in today.

Apr 29, 2018

This week we're joined by author and environmentalist, Bill McKibben. Bill is a giant in the climate movement and founded, the first planet-wide, grassroots climate change movement. We talk divestment, activism, the effect of Trump on US climate politics and keeping hope alive in the age of humans.

Apr 22, 2018

The modern world is a scary place. The climate is changing, animals are dying, we don't seem to be able to stop it - and it's taking a toll on our mental health. This week we ask: can we stay sane in an age of ecocide?

Apr 15, 2018

Nuclear tests in the 1950s and '60s spewed radioactive material all around the globe. The fallout can be found on nearly every part of the globe, from the Siberian tundras to the Loneliest Tree in the World down in waters of the Antarctic. But could it also be the sign we've reached a new geological era - the age of...

Apr 8, 2018

Every dark cloud has a silver lining. While humans have caused a lot of destruction to the natural world, some non-human creatures have found a way to use that to their advantage. This week we look at the animals, plants and other living things that thrive in a human-dominated world.