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Kläderna, maten, kroppen, sinnet, produkterna vi köper, valen vi gör. Det här är en podcast som utforskar hållbarhet i alla aspekter av livet. Kan vi leva ett rikt liv utan att ta mer än vi behöver? Vi som pratar heter Milla & Jonna och kallar oss cyniska miljövetare. Presenteras i samarbete med Medveten Konsumtion. Följ oss: "Du, Jag och Jorden" på Instagram, Facebook & Twitter Email: dujagochjorden@gmail.com
 
An audio feed of Capitol Hill presentations by experts in the field of climate change, hosted by the American Meteorological Society's Environmental Policy Program.This podcast should be updated within 24 hours of the live presentations.Producer: Larry Gillick, Assistant Professor, Digital and Broadcast Media, Shenandoah University
 
Commune is a podcast where we explore the ideas and practices that bring us together and help us live healthy, purpose-filled lives. We believe personal and societal health are two sides of the same coin, and that cultivating personal wellness is the first step toward making the world well. We connect with experts, scientists, and storytellers around food, health, social impact, mindfulness and movement practices, personal growth, and environmental action. In addition to being a podcast, Com ...
 
"Knowledge is knowing. Wisdom is applying!" -Buddha Detoxification, nutrition, fitness, spirituality... Through holistic teachings and wisdom from today's ambassadors for health, we can manifest our highest potential and deconstruct our current DEATH CULTURE! We are living in a war zone and need a global awakening! Join me Chris Hall as I interview the FOOT SOLDIERS of liberation with intuitive healers, detoxification specialists, authors, fasting experts, nutritionists, visionaries, scienti ...
 
Open Field is a new podcast presented by Eamon Ryan, leader of the Green Party in Ireland and a public representative for Dublin Bay South. Eamon interviews people that he meets in his everyday work to tease out a range of questions about where we come from, how we live today, and what lies ahead. The podcast features a diverse range of individuals from environmental campaigners, scientists and technologists right through to musicians, athletes and artists. We would love receive your thought ...
 
Climate change is confusing. This MIT podcast breaks down the science, technologies, and policies behind climate change, how it’s impacting us, and what our society can do about it. Each quick episode gives you the what, why, and how on climate change — from real scientists — to help us all make informed decisions for our future.
 
Planet Innovation is a podcast discussing business solutions to environmental problems. We bring inspiring conversations with scientists and entrepreneurs who are on a mission to protect our planet. This is not another doom-and-gloom sustainability podcast. Instead, we are choosing to focus on innovative solutions, from solar clothing to lab meat or wooden skyscrapers to electric scooters, to examine how science and entrepreneurship can save the earth.
 
Der Podcast für Young Professionals, die nicht nur wissen möchten welche Theorie hinter Machine Learning steckt, sondern auch welche Möglichkeiten daraus entstehen und vor allem wie damit gearbeitet wird. The Erium Podcast räumt mit Mythen auf, gibt Einblicke in die Welt der Data Scientists und zeigt euch die Power von Machine Learning. Master the Complexity!
 
Welcome to the Ecomodernist Podcast Webpage. Ecomodernism is movement based upon the belief that economic and technological processes are central to economic modernization and environmental protection.We believe that it is not by our “return to nature” but rather through a withdrawal from nature and accelerated scientific advancement that is the only proven way to alleviate poverty, reverse our population growth, and enable a restoration of the ecosystems on our planet. While we support the ...
 
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. ...
 
IAEA Talk is a podcast that features scientists and experts discussing issues related to nuclear science and its peaceful applications. Based in Vienna, the IAEA works for the safe, secure and peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology. Its key roles contribute to international peace and security, and to the World's Millennium Goals for social, economic and environmental development.
 
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. ...
 
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Despite the devastation caused by the magnitude 9.0 earthquake and 60-foot tsunami that struck Japan in 2011, some 96% of those living and working in the most disaster-stricken region of Tōhoku made it through. Smaller earthquakes and tsunamis have killed far more people in nearby China and India. What accounts for the exceptionally high survival r…
 
Is reality real? Deepak Chopra has dedicated his life to the scientific and spiritual exploration of what is. In this episode, Jeff and Deepak talk about how everything we consider real—from your next thought to the most distant star—is simply a modified form of yourself. When you understand that you are the universe, you begin to access the infini…
 
How does Machine Learning influence agriculture? And how does this lead to more sustainability? Patricia Goldberg, Data Scientist at Agrando, talks about it in the new episode of ‚The Erium Podcast‘. Here ist the episode with Chatroulette’s CEO Andrew Done: Der Beitrag Patricia Goldberg – Machine Learning for Farmers erschien zuerst auf The Erium P…
 
At age 26, Solomon Goldstein-Rose has already spent more time thinking about climate change than most of us will in our lifetimes. He’s been a climate activist since age 11, studied engineering and public policy to understand what physically has to happen to solve climate change, and served in the Massachusetts state legislature on a climate-focuse…
 
In Balancing the Tides: Marine Practices in American Samoa (University of Hawai’i Press, 2020), JoAnna Poblete demonstrates how western-style economics, policy-making, and knowledge building imposed by the U.S. federal government have been infused into the daily lives of American Samoans. American colonial efforts to protect natural resources based…
 
Is forgiveness a gift you give... yourself? Dr. Robert Enright, founder of the International Forgiveness Institute, shares facts that will shift your perspective, and hear one incredible woman tell her true story of forgiving the unforgivable. Learn more about Commune courses and events at onecommune.com. This podcast made possible by: Better Help …
 
Each week Jeff has been writing a Sunday article called Commusings where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture. Today, we compliment our episode with Kate Nelson, the plastic-free mermaid, to talk about our possessions and how we feel about them. To receive the Commusings newsletter, you can go to o…
 
Wie wird die Soziologie von Data Science und Machine Learning beeinflusst und umgekehrt? Müssen sich Soziologiestudenten darauf gefasst machen in der Zukunft Data Science lernen zu müssen? Diese Fragen beantwortet uns Computational Social Scientist Prof. Dr. Ingo Scholtes in der neuen Ausgabe von The Erium Podcast. Hier geht’s zur Folge über Politi…
 
In Replenish: The Virtuous Cycle of Water and Prosperity (Island Press), Sandra Postel acknowledges society’s past mishaps with managing water and emphasizes our future is contingent upon rehabilitating our science, tech, and political solutions. To understand our past and provide hope for our future Sandra takes readers around the world to explore…
 
While going to college in Santa Barbara, California - Kate Nelson looked around in the middle of a party at the sea of Red Solo cups half filled with beer and thought that there must be another option. After venturing out into the Great Pacific Trash Gyre, volunteering at Jean Michel Cousteau’s Ocean Futures Society, and becoming non-reliant on dis…
 
Each week Jeff has been writing a Sunday article called Commusings where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture. Today, we trace the decay of trust in science and journalism and discuss how individual citizens can help maintain the cohesion of society. To receive the Commusings newsletter, you can go…
 
Robert Sroufe and Steven Melnyk's Developing Sustainable Supply Chains to Drive Value (Business Expert Press) provides a multi-perspective approach to sustainability and value chains to allow understanding from a variety of disciplines and professional backgrounds. Some of the key features of this book include: Short vignettes of important trends a…
 
Today I talked to Thaisa Way, editor of River Cities, City Rivers (Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 2018). Cities have been built alongside rivers throughout history. These rivers can shape a city’s success or cause its destruction. At the same time, city-building reshapes rivers and their landscapes. Cities have harnessed, modified,…
 
I det här avsnittet tar vi oss an Det Fossila Systemet, ni vet - den förlegade globala ekonomin som baseras på döda dinosaurier. Efter vårt stående inslag "Tre snabba nyheter" (som varken är särskilt snabba eller särskilt nya oftast) försöker vi en gång för alla förklara vad vi menar när vi pratar om "systemet"... Vi snurrar in oss i och gör halvko…
 
This season, we’ve talked about alternative energy sources that don’t emit carbon dioxide -- but what if there was a way to continue using fossil fuels for energy without emitting CO2 into the atmosphere? In this episode of TILclimate (Today I Learned Climate), Dr. Howard Herzog and Professor Brad Hager sit down with host Laur Hesse Fisher to talk …
 
Welche Tools gibt es um den Einstieg in Data Science zu erleichtern und den Workflow dabei zu verbessern? Software Developer Florian Wetschoreck erzählt von bamboolib in dieser neuen Folge von ‚The Erium Podcast‘. Hier geht’s zur Folge über BAYESIAN METHODS: Der Beitrag Florian Wetschoreck – Data Scientists das Leben leichter machen erschien zuerst…
 
By the time Bolivian President Evo Morales was deposed in December 2019, it had become increasingly clear that Latin America’s Pink Tide – the wave of left-leaning, anti-poverty governments which took hold of the region in the mid-2000s – was fast receding. Many have attempted to explain the rise and fall of that extraordinary historical movement, …
 
Why do some countries pass legislation regulating carbon or protecting the environment while others do not? In his new book Carbon Captured: How Business and Labor Control Climate Politics (MIT Press, 2020), Matto Mildenberger (Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of California, Santa Barbara) uses a comparative analysis of Norway, …
 
Each week Jeff has been writing a Sunday article called Commusings where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture. Today, we get metaphysical, with one of the most basic questions of all... To receive the Commusings newsletter, you can go to onecommune.com and sign up at the bottom of the page. This sh…
 
Integration has been a key theme across the general management, organizational behavior, supply chain management, strategy, information systems and the environmental management literature for decades. Sustainability continues to be, at the “top of the agenda” in the C-suite. Despite this, specialists in academia and organizations lack the periphera…
 
Wie beeinflusst Data Science und Machine Learning die Medizin? Und wie reagieren Mediziner auf den digitalen und technologischen Wandel? Der Head of Software Development von Medability, Felix Achilles, erzählt es uns in dieser neuen Folge von ‚The Erium Podcast‘. Hier geht’s zur Folge über Missing Values, aus unserer ersten Staffel: Der Beitrag Fel…
 
As humans, we often struggle to express our emotional realm, which can feel confusing, shadowy, and private. But words are vessels for emotions, and poetry can help us understand why we feel the way we feel — something science struggles to explain. In this episode, poet Jacqueline Suskin discusses the relevance and power of poetry for this moment i…
 
“What makes song sparrows, Verdi, medieval monks, and minstrelsy part of the same taxonomy?” So asks—and answers—Rachel Mundy, who is Assistant Professor of Music at Rutgers University–Newark. In her book, Animal Musicalities: Birds, Beasts, and Evolutionary Listening (Wesleyan University Press, 2018), Mundy shows how the history of the humanities …
 
Each week Jeff has been writing a Sunday article called Commusings where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture. Today, he shares his thoughts on Independence Day in the United States and the relationship between independence and interdependence. To receive the Commusings newsletter, you can go to on…
 
Gabe & Rick have a conversation with Dr. Stephen Boyd, Mike Conley, and Tim Maloney on how we overcome our Fossil Fuel addiction. Mike Conley and Tim Maloney are the co-authors of “Roadmap to Nowhere” and are collaborating with Dr. Boyd on a forthcoming book: “Fear of a Nuclear Planet”. Dr. Stephen A. Boyd has worked extensively on international pr…
 
We have to change the paradigm of what it means to be a man in our society. For so long, the ideal man was someone who suppressed his emotions, never showing that side of him to the world. But what has internalizing these values led to? A loneliness epidemic, addiction, grief, and suffering. Today, we explore the archetypal characteristics of malen…
 
How does Machine Learning and Data Science reshape the way we tackle inappropriate content on the internet? What does inappropriate even mean? Chatroulette’s CEO Andrew Done tells us in the new episode of ‚The Erium Podcast‘. If you want to know how Data Science and Machine Learning influences Political Sciences listen to this episode: Der Beitrag …
 
We sit at the beginning of what could be “both a truly terrifying and a golden era in humanity.” In The Future Earth: A Radical Vision for What’s Possible in the Age of Warming (HarperOne, 2020), leading climate change advocate and weather-related journalist Eric Holthaus (“the Rebel Nerd of Meteorology”­–Rolling Stone) offers a radical vision of o…
 
I sommarens första avsnitt pratar vi om rekordvärme, klimatmål och Preems nya oljeraffinaderi. Vi snackar även tiny house rörelsen och Milla delar med sig av delar från sin uppsats om tiny houses i Sverige. Det blir också en minutrecension av Greta Thunbergs sommarprat, där Jonna anklagar Milla för fusk. Av: Jonna Elofsson Bjesse och Melanie Olsson…
 
When COVID-19 swept through her community, Shelly Tygielski had a simple idea: Connect people who can give directly with those in need. Within days her Pandemic of Love went viral, resulting in more than 187,000 matches and over $25.1 million in direct transactions. And as she reveals, these one-to-one acts of charity offer so much more than financ…
 
When, in 1883, Congress charged the US Army with managing Yellowstone National Park, soldiers encountered a new sort of hostility: work they were untrained for, in a daunting physical and social environment where they weren’t particularly welcome. When they departed in 1918, America had a new sort of serviceman: the National Park Service Ranger. Fr…
 
How does Social Media reshape a political landscape? This weeks episode features the political data scientist Juan Carlos Medina Serrano. He tells us what Social Bots are, what they are used for and what political data science is all about. Der Beitrag Juan Carlos Medina Serrano – Political Data Scientist and Social Media Miner erschien zuerst auf …
 
What can explain the success of science as an endeavor for getting closer to truth? Does science simply represent a successful methodology, or is it something more? In The Scientific Attitude: Defending Science from Denial, Fraud, and Pseudoscience (MIT Press, 2019), Lee McIntyre addresses recent attacks on science in areas such as climate change, …
 
In Imperial Desert Dreams: Cotton Growing and Irrigation in Central Asia, 1860-1991 (V & R Unipress, 2017), Julia Obertreis explores the infrastructural, technical, and environmental aspects of the history of cotton agriculture and irrigation in Soviet Central Asia. Based on published sources and archival research conducted in Tashkent, Obertreis’ …
 
Our approach to dying is a reflection of how we think about so many other different parts of our life, which for many of us is based on fear. Though death is the only thing we are guaranteed in this life, the associated grief, loss, and loneliness are human emotions we often tend to avoid. At times, these thoughts cause us to have a fear of life, w…
 
Wie verändert Machine Learning die Forschung in der Lasermanufaktur? Was genau ist Intelligent Joining System Technology? Und wie kommt man von der Mechatronik in die Welt von Machine Learning? Christian Stadter erzählt es uns in dieser neuen Folge von ‚The Erium Podcast‘. Hier geht’s zur Folge DATA VISUALIZATIONS aus unserer ersten Staffel: Der Be…
 
Each week Jeff has been writing a Sunday article called Commusings where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture. Today, he shares his thoughts after attending a recent Black Lives Matter march in Hollywood with his family. To receive the Commusings newsletter, you can go to onecommune.com and sign up…
 
Wie kommt man von einer Biotechfirma wie PRIAXON zur Arbeit bei DRÄXLMAIER in der Automobilindustrie? Und wie kann Data Science die Anzahl an Tierversuchen reduzieren? Warum ist Deutschland ein sehr guter Nährboden für Data Scientists? Tobias Girschick erzählt es uns in der neuen Folge von ‚The Erium Podcast‘. Hier geht’s zur Folge DIMENSIONALITY R…
 
What's different this time? Today, African-American community leader Anasa Troutman discusses race relations in America, and how the pandemic, unemployment, and systemic police brutality led to a breaking point. What does leadership look like in this moment? And amidst the suffering, is there hope? To hear more from Anasa, you can also listen to he…
 
Wie gestaltet sich Forschung innerhalb einer Firma? Und wie akklimatisiert man sich richtig in einer neuen beruflichen Umgebung? Environmental Data Scientist Julia Gottfriedsen erzählt uns von ihrer Arbeit bei Siemens und ihrem Weg zur Promotion an der LMU. Außerdem erfahrt ihr wie sie auf die Idee gekommen ist einen Hackathon zu gründen. Das Thema…
 
Gabe Ignetti and Rick Maltese interview Robert Bryce on his new movie, “Juice, How Electricity Explains the World” which he wrote, produced and directed in coordination with Tyson Culver. Robert Bryce is an American author and journalist in Austin, Texas. His articles on energy, politics, and other topics have appeared in numerous publications, inc…
 
Brian Greene is a Professor of Mathematics and Physics at Columbia University in the City of New York, where he is the Director of the Institute for Strings, Cosmology, and Astroparticle Physics, and co-founder and chair of the World Science Festival. He is well known for his TV mini-series about string theory and the nature of reality, including t…
 
How are the far-away, invisible landscapes where materials come from related to the highly visible, urban landscapes where those same materials are installed? Reciprocal Landscapes: Stories of Material Movements traces five everyday landscape construction materials – fertilizer, stone, steel, trees, and wood – from seminal public landscapes in New …
 
The global pandemic conscripts a different type of soldier, wearing a different sort of uniform. Dubbed "essential workers," they fight an invisible enemy that cannot be slain, only grimly flattened. This podcast is in recognition of their service, and includes an interview with an essential worker very close to home. This podcast made possible by:…
 
Landscape of Migration: Mobility and Environmental Change on Bolivia's Tropical Frontier, 1952 to the Present (UNC Press, 2020), traces the entwined histories of Andean, Mennonite, and Okinawan migrants to Amazonian Bolivia during the twentieth century, exploring how each of these communities forged and contested the landscape of agrarian citizensh…
 
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