Threshold is an award-winning podcast and radio show that explores our complex relationships with the natural world. Each season, Threshold tackles one pressing environmental issue, reporting the story where it’s happening through a range of voices and perspectives. Threshold is a home for rigorous, in-depth journalism and nuanced conversation about human relationships with the natural world.
In order to take responsibility for the carbon emissions associated with Threshold staff’s travel and operations, Threshold chose to join Carbonfund.org’s Carbonfree® Small Business Partnership Program, neutralizing 36 metric tonnes of carbon emissions annually.
“We are committed to reducing our carbon footprint and chose to partner with Carbonfund.org because of its third-party verified carbon offset projects and because we received great support and customer service when we were looking for an organization to partner with for offsets,” says Eva Kalea, Marketing & Outreach Director at Threshold.
As an environmental journalism organization, Threshold creates engaging and thought-provoking content around key global environmental issues. Threshold listeners are transported out into the natural world to listen deeply to people directly affected by the environmental issues covered each season.
For Threshold Season Two, Cold Comfort, reporters visited all eight Arctic countries, exploring climate change through the eyes of the people who live in the far north.
In the Season Three, The Refuge, Threshold takes a deep dive into the controversy over drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, with a particular focus on the potential impact of indigenous communities that live there.