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Podcast about volcanoes across
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Featured Episode


Featured Episode

Oh my rock, we're back again with Sam and Huw James

After a year away, we're FINALLY back with a whole new season! Our host Sam Mitchell will be chatting with our producer Huw James, reviewing last season and teasing some of the exciting topics coming up in this new season!

We'll also take a dive into some volcanic activity over the last few years and the new direction we'll be going on...

The Podcast
About Us

About Us

Dr. Samuel Mitchell is a British-born volcanologist and science communicator at the University of Bristol with research interests across volcanology and marine geology.

Sam Mitchell - Host

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Huw James - Producer

Huw James is a Science Presenter, Adventurer and Content Creator from Wales, UK. Huw has done talks and shows on 6 continents around the world about science, adventure and more.

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VolcaKnowledge Podcast is supported by the American Geophysical Union Sharing Science program



VolcaKnowledge supports the Geology for Global Development charity

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Geology for Global Development (GfGD for short) is a UK based charity which champions the role of geology in sustainable development. Their aim is to mobilise and reshape the global geology community to help deliver the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


Their work focuses on a few key areas:


  • Providing geologists with the skills to make an effective contribution to sustainable development; 

  • Developing and supporting programmes to improve lives and livelihoods in the Global South, through access to geoscience; 

  • Advocating for the integration of geoscience into sustainable development at international forums, as well as working to reshape the global geology community to better serve society. 

You can find out more about the work of GfGD by visiting their website, or following them on social media, including Twitter (@Geo_Dev). If the work, vision and strategy of GfGD excite you, you can also support their work by making a donation or fundraising on their behalf.


Find out more on the their website.

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