Welcome to Agam the Climate Podcast, a literary show about climate, crisis, and consciousness — but without jargon. Here we host conversations with artists and writers about actionable hope for a kinder future.

Episode 4 with Daryll Delgado

Daryll Delgado, author of The Body Displaces Water and Remains, speaks about the power of stories to carry truths and the relevance of local language to communicate climate change stories to people.

Mixing and title music by Ground Bravo, with the track “Lost Signals” by ZeroFox.

Episode 3 with Marjorie Evasco and Richel Dorotan

Listen to renowned poet and essayist Marjorie Evasco and literary editor Richel Dorotan as they talk about the role of regional literature in giving an alternative voice to climate change concerns and what actionable hope really means.

Mixing and title music by Ground Bravo, with the track “Lost Signals” by ZeroFox.

Episode 2 with Arnold Molina Azurin

Listen to anthropologist Arnold Molina Azurin read excerpts of Agayayos from Agam: Filipino Narratives on Uncertainty and Climate Change. Agayayos is Ilokano for flowing, as water down a river or blood in the veins. In this episode, Azurin speaks with us about history, landscape, and memory.

Mixing and title music by Ground Bravo, with the track “Lost Signals” by ZeroFox.

Bonus Episode - Five FEU Student Minisodes

BONUS EPISODE! Listen to young voices and perspectives in five minisodes created by students of Far Eastern University. Each three-minute minisode is a capsule containing youthful views and conversations on how climate change is experienced by fisherfolk, persons with disabilities, and indigenous peoples in the Philippines.

Mixing and title music by Ground Bravo, with the track “Lost Signals” by ZeroFox.

Episode 1 with Merlinda Bobis

In our first full episode, listen to Merlinda Bobis read Ten Fingers from Agam: Filipino Narratives on Uncertainty and Climate Change. She speaks with us about language, story-telling, river consciousness, and kapwa.

Mixing and title music by Ground Bravo, with the track “Lost Signals” by ZeroFox.

Episode 0 Pre-Season with Red Constantino

Welcome to the pre-episode of Agam the Climate Podcast! In this episode we sit down with Renato Redentor “Red” Constantino, Executive Director of the Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities (ICSC), and preview the first season. Co-hosted by Padmapani L. Perez and Joseph Santos-Lyons. Title music by Ground Bravo, featuring “Lost Signals” by ZeroFox.

Read the episode transcript.

The Reading List

On the Reading List, authors read their work, uncut, from Agam: Filipino Narratives on Uncertainty and Climate Change.

Merlinda Bobis reads Sampulong Guramoy, or Ten Fingers. To hear an excerpt and listen in on a conversation with Merlinda Bobis, go to Episode 1.

Arnold Molina Azurin reads Agayayos. To hear an excerpt and listen in on a conversation with Arnold Molina Azurin, go to Episode 2.

Richel Dorotan reads Krutsay in Cebuano. To listen in on the conversation with Richel Dorotan, go to Episode 3.

Marjorie Evasco reads Krutsay in English. To listen in on the conversation with Marjorie Evasco, go to Episode 3.

Daryll Delgado reads Panawagan. To listen in on the full conversation, go to Episode 4.

Upcoming literary readings and interviews with:

  • Susan Lara
  • and more!