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Hi, I am Jenn Scott. I am a Spiritual Psychology expert, a specialist in meditation and the subconscious mind, and a writer. Welcome to The Diaries podcast. Join me as I guide you between the covers of my personal journals set against the backdrop of the changing seasons, and the transforming world. Each episode includes a blend of storytelling, music, thought-provoking interviews with fascinating guests ranging from NYT best-selling authors, musicians, psychologists, spiritual teachers, sci ...
 
Conservation journalist Byron Pace speaks with scientists, environmental advocates, conservationists, wildlife managers and a diverse array of global guests, to uncover the complex nature of the world we live. Into The Anthropocene aims to make the science of conservation more accessible, exploring stories and research from the frontline. Only through understanding our world can we improve our decision making and define the Anthropocene for the betterment of humanity and the planet. Visit: w ...
 
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Living with Climate Change

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Living with Climate Change

Living with Climate Change

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This is a Podcast derived from the YouTube show Living with Climate Change: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=20724041 Living with Climate Change addresses the psychological effects abrupt climate change is having on many people, the controversy in climate science, and discussions on environmental science, nature, and human development issues. I have added more segments to the show: • News Brief - keeping up with policies and science reports • Climate Action Spotlight - focus on NGOs a ...
 
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Here We Are

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Here We Are

Shane Mauss, Starburns Audio

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Globetrotting and mind exploring comedian Shane Mauss interviews scientists each week on journey to answer the biggest questions about the meanings of life (as well as a bunch of other random stuff you never imagined you would care about). Favorite topics include: psychology, biology, evolution, cognitive biases, behavioral economics, mating, animal behavior, neuroscience, and the subconscious
 
Welcome to the Ecobot Podcast, where the Ecobot team shares information on how technology plays an increasingly important role in wetland science. If you don’t know about Ecobot, it’s the first software to bring true efficiency and accuracy to wetland scientists in environmental science, natural resources management, conservation planning, engineering and planning firms serving state and federal DOT, construction, mitigation banking, and oil and gas companies. In this series, you’ll hear fro ...
 
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EcoJustice Radio

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EcoJustice Radio

SoCal 350 Media

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EcoJustice Radio presents environmental and climate stories from a social justice frame, featuring voices not necessarily heard on mainstream media. Our purpose is to amplify community voices, broaden the reach of grassroots-based movements, and inspire action. We aim to educate on and provide solutions for social and environmental justice and climate issues that challenge human health and wild landscapes across the USA, and around the world. Our co-hosts Jessica Aldridge and Carry Kim prese ...
 
The world is so much more than what we know, and only through understanding it better can we make informed decisions. This podcast aims to bring impactful, entertaining and insightful conversations from a global array of guests. Some famous, some you won’t have heard of. From famous explorers, to renowned scientists and just good people, all have a story to tell which we can take something from. Topics are wide ranging, with a backbone centred on conservation, including hunting, fishing, exp ...
 
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MicrobeWorld Video

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MicrobeWorld Video

American Society for Microbiology

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A video podcast by the American Society for Microbiology that highlights the latest in microbiology, life science and biotechnology news. ASM is composed of over 42,000 scientists and health professionals with the mission to advance the microbial sciences as a vehicle for understanding life processes and to apply and communicate this knowledge for the improvement of health and environmental and economic well-being worldwide. For information about ASM and MicrobeWorld, visit us online at www. ...
 
GulfCast: The “Dispatches from the Gulf” Podcast ********************************* On April 20, 2010 the Deepwater Horizon disaster changed the lives of millions living near the Gulf of Mexico – as well as the scientists who responded to the crisis. These are some of their stories... intimate portraits of research – innovation – discovery. ********************************* ********************************* “Dispatches from the Gulf” is a multimedia initiative that investigates the environmen ...
 
From soil health to mental health we are discussing the need for A BIG SHIFT in our faming systems. Each episode brings together insights from farmers, scientists and industry to share and grow knowledge about holistic and regenerative farming practices. Produced by the Grow Love Project with support from NSW Local Land Services, through funding from the Australian Government's National Landcare Program. We acknowledge the First People of this land throughout Australia and recognise their co ...
 
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This week I talk with Nicholas Coles, A research scientist at Stanford University. Nicholas is an experimental psychologist who conducts research in affective science and the emerging field of meta-science. In affective science, Nicholas seeks to understand the social, cognitive, and physiological processes that underlie the conscious experience of…
 
The truth about the US Indian boarding school policy has largely been written out of the history books. Started in the 1800s across the US and Canada, Indian Boarding schools were government-funded and often church-run. The goal? Forced assimilation of Native children into white society under the belief of “Kill the Indian, Save the Man,” which sti…
 
Today I am speaking with Coltan Scrivner, who is a researcher at The University of Chicago in the Department of Comparative Human Development and a Fellow at the Institute for Mind and Biology. We talk about horror, anxiety, why some people enjoy scaring themselves for fun, and I take Coltan's Morbid Curiosity Test! Find out how morbidly curious yo…
 
This week, we're journeying into the world of the smallest objects known to humanity: the tiny particles that make up us and the entire universe around us. Plus, in the news, getting the world vaccinated against COVID-19 - half the global population have been jabbed so far, but the many countries in the Global South lag far behind; the Nobel prizes…
 
Today we follow up from episode 13, with Q&A on how wetland managers and scientists are utilizing GIS tools and field applications to monitor and delineate wetlands more efficiently. Host: Jeremy Schewe, PWS, Chief Scientific Officer, Ecobot Presenters & Panelists: Doug Morgenthaler, Program Manager, Esri Kelly Gonzales Brezovar, PWS, Team Lead + S…
 
In this podcast we explore how wetland managers and scientists are utilizing GIS tools and field applications to monitor and delineate wetlands more efficiently. We take a look at how consulting companies prepare their GIS basemaps in ArcGIS, collects their wetland and geospatial data in Ecobot, and then create a final map and report to submit to t…
 
As the UK struggles with a lack of fuel in petrol stations and fresh food shortages in the supermarket, we ask: what else are we at risk of running out of? Plus, in the news, why we might be destined to succumb to the 'worst cold ever' this winter; signs that air pollution causes millions of premature births each year, and scientists peer into the …
 
Missing from most conversations on the current immigration crisis is the role that racism and climate change play on people rendered unable to subsist and prosper due to the degradation of their lands and waters.We must also consider the history of military dominance and regime change in these hard hit countries as a means to facilitate trade and r…
 
Welcome to the beginning of Season 3: The Dream Diaries! In this episode, Jenn pulls back the curtain to reveal what's to come over the course of this exciting new season, which is all about tapping into the mysterious power of dreams. She shares her in-depth interview with world-famous psychologist, shamanic practitioner, writer, and dream expert …
 
Today I'm speaking with Adam Willcox from The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. His lab focuses on the human dimensions of biodiversity conservation, endangered species management, and protected areas management. Adam also serves with the Smith Center for International Sustainable Agriculture. We discuss changing social and environmental norms, t…
 
In this week's programme, it's Q&A time! Coming up, we'll find out: what can we learn from invisible measurements in space, how scientists discover potential new medicines made by plants and why green energy might be more costly to the consumer... Yep, we're answering science questions you've been sending in! We've assembled the very best experts t…
 
With growing interest in farming and regeneration of the soil using compost, now is the time to get back to the land -- and simultaneously mitigate greenhouse gases by utilizing excess food waste and yard trimmings. Nevertheless, with most people residing in cities, largely disconnected from Nature coupled with the inter-generational loss of ancest…
 
Today I'm speaking with Sean Doody, who studies reptiles and conservation biology theory! We talk about the evolution of reptiles, the difficulty with studying reptiles' bizarre, yet surprisingly active social lives, and what we could learn from lizards' unique limb regeneration abilities. Sean co-wrote the book "The Secret Social Lives of Reptiles…
 
This week we're looking into a topic that almost never gets mentioned at school but affects almost all of us, one way or another. It's the menopause. And we'll hear why it happens and when it happens, and what we can do to lessen the effects when it does. Plus in the news, COVID vaccines for kids: is the side effect everyone's worried about worth w…
 
Many times the needs of non disabled people are prioritized, leaving the disabled community the last to be considered. During times of crisis such as climate change, intensified storms, droughts, and fire or conflict driven migration issues, those with disabilities can lack accessibility and have some of the greatest challenges to evacuation, adapt…
 
In honor of September 11th, Jenn reflects on the importance of awareness, compassion, gratitude, and raising our loving consciousness to heal ourselves and our world. She then turns the tables to examine how to transform our lives from the outside in, and shares a fascinating conversation with Candice Covington, author of “Vibrational Nutrition: Un…
 
In recognition of World Sepsis Day on the 13th, we're unpicking the science of this dangerous syndrome - from the infections that cause it, to the genes that make us more susceptible, and how artificial intelligence can help us to crack it... Plus, in the news, sending hydrogen to houses through the gas network to cut our carbon footprint. How a hi…
 
In this episode, Jenn uncovers the power of sacred morning and evening rituals and guides you in creating your own very personalized routines, designed to help you step into the fullest expression of your life. She shares her interview with world-renowned herbalist and holistic medicine expert Matthew Wood, plus the ever-inspiring music of Nina Sim…
 
How much of our personality is bound to our genetic makeup, and how much can we actually change about ourselves? Is there any hope for the notoriously unconscientious personalities in the world? What can we learn about the evolutionary motivators built-in to our goal-directive behaviors? Dr. Colin DeYoung, associate professor of psychology at the U…
 
This week, we are boosting our knowledge on what "immunity" against COVID-19 really means and what our strategy heading into winter should be. We'll also hear about a new generation of coronavirus vaccines to better protect us in future. Plus, in the news, signs that living through the pandemic is having a serious impact on early childhood developm…
 
Today we follow up from episode 11, with Q&A on how wetland managers and scientists are utilizing and accessing GIS tools and data sets to predict, model, monitor, and delineate wetlands. We will take a look in the Arc Hydro toolbox at the Hydroperiod tool, as well as see how scientists are using the new US Army Corps of Engineers Antecedent Precip…
 
If you own something, shouldn’t you be able to take it to a technician of your choice or fix it yourself and be given access to the parts, tools, and service information necessary? Seems like a reasonable ask, but this isn’t always the case. Large corporations, like Apple, have enacted a trillion dollar lobbying campaign against the consumers abili…
 
In this episode, listeners will learn all about the power of thought, meditation, and music for well-being and longevity. Jenn shares her interview with brilliant depth psychologist Dr. Connie Zweig who discusses her profound new book “The Inner Work of Age”. Plus some music and a meditation called “Temple of Healing” where you’ll be guided through…
 
This episode is part of our ongoing collaboration with Gunner Kennels, kicked off by a moving conversation with the company founder Addison Edmonds. We hear about his passion for working dogs and how the legacy of his hunting companion Gunner, became the driving force behind the world’s toughest transport kennels. www.gunner.com Podcast partner www…
 
In this episode, we will explore how wetland managers and scientists are utilizing and accessing GIS tools and data sets to predict, model, monitor, and delineate wetlands. We will take a look in the Arc Hydro toolbox at the Hydroperiod tool, as well as see how scientists are using the new US Army Corps of Engineers Antecedent Precipitation Tool (A…
 
Emily Willingham joins me today to talk all about the evolutionary pressures that lead to the variety of penis designs we find in nature. Her new book, "Phallacy: Life Lessons from the Animal Penis" is available to purchase along with her other fascinating books on her website at http://www.emilywillinghamphd.com/ Thank you for watching and being a…
 
It's Q and A time! Can animals really sense impending dangers like storms and earthquakes? What is the universe expanding into? And how can we prevent the insect apocalypse? We've assembled a panel of experts to answer your science questions: physicist Jess Wade, infectious disease historian Kyle Harper, animal expert Jo Wimpenny, and insect lover …
 
The Joshua tree is an icon and ecological keystone of the California deserts. However, climate disruption with hotter, drier summers and more frequent brush fires, threatens that some day soon Joshua Tree National Park will no longer have any Joshua trees.In fact, many other important desert plants and animals face an uncertain future. There exist …
 
Today I'm speaking with returning guest, Rob Brooks! Rob is a Scientia Professor of Evolution at the University of New South Wales. He studies human mating preferences how cutting edge technologies are manipulating our evolved human nature and impacting culture. We also talk about political polarization, status and inequality, the conflict between …
 
This episode is all things LOVE. Jenn guides you in embodying, radiating, and attracting Love, understanding tantric Love, and embracing the power of deep listening and sacred vulnerability to deepen connection. She guides conscious living power couple Leanne and Ric Jacobs through a relationship bonding process, shares some Love-inspired music, an…
 
This week, long COVID: we're 18 months into the pandemic and there are thousands of people with long-term health consequences of having caught the infection. We're asking the experts to find out who is most at risk, what could be causing this to happen, and what research needs to be done in trying to treat it. Plus, in the news, an even gloomier ou…
 
Many witnessed the unprecedented loss of ancient Giant Sequoia groves in the 2020 Castle Fire in Sierra Nevada, California, the only natural habitat for Sequoias on Earth. Coastal Redwoods were also gravely impacted by lightning-induced fires in August 2020. We must act fast to reforest our wild spaces and protect our imperiled old-growth forests. …
 
Marcy Souza is an Associate Professor at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Veterinary Medicine. We talk about the rapidly changing world of agriculture, zoonotic diseases of exotic animals, how to get people interested in epidemiology, the mislabeling and overuse of phrases such as "free range" and "organic", disease spillover, and…
 
Agricultural production relies on natural ecosystems, but, the more we modify our landscapes, the less resilient they become, resulting in reduced production. Balancing the needs of both is crucial to meet the demands of increasing yields without further compromising the environment. So how do we do this? Well, the good news is that farming methods…
 
This week, we'll be delving into the world of environmental DNA: what did researchers find when they went looking for the Loch Ness monster? Plus, in the news, with an autumn "booster" on the cards, we look at how much antibody you need to be protected against Covid 19, and how sea level change can affect volcanic eruptions... Like this podcast? Pl…
 
Today we follow up with a Q&A from Episode 9: Field Applications: The Convergence of Wetland Science and Technology Technology impacts the way we live and work. Natural resources consulting is no exception. This episode will address the increasingly important role that mobile field applications play in wetland science, and on the next episode, we'l…
 
California's most distinctive wildland hosts a wide array of plant and animal life found nowhere else on Earth. It stretches from the coastal foothills to the interior mountains. But these rugged woody shrublands are undervalued and underappreciated, and repeated and ongoing attempts have been made to eradicate chaparral from the landscape. Why? So…
 
Gordon Burghardt studies comparative behavior and psychology in animals. We talk about the evolution of 'play', anthropomorphism and anthrodenialism, thrill-seeking behavior, embodied cognition, and what he learned from raising bears! "The Secret Social Lives of Reptiles" https://amzn.to/3xlCrFH https://eeb.utk.edu/people/gordon-burghardt/ Learn mo…
 
From collecting cobalt to installing infrastructure, what's the latest on how we're getting ready for the electric vehicle revolution? Plus, in the news, with numbers of COVID cases falling across the UK despite the country opening up we're asking, why? Also, the bottom line on how ventilation can help us keep the pandemic at bay; and how farmers c…
 
Today's episode focuses specifically on Field Applications. Technology impacts the way we live and work. Natural resources consulting is no exception. This episode will address the increasingly important role that mobile field applications play in wetland science, and on the next episode, we'll have a Q&A panel discussion with consultant, regulator…
 
Green banking, responsible investing in ecosystem protection and planting projects, provides immense environmental benefits. Moreover, it creates livelihoods and gives communities a chance to move toward economic independence, making it a win-win solution for both people and our planet. Listen to the interview with Tom Duncan, CEO & Founder of Eart…
 
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