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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
 
Growing Wild has been espousing the virtues of nature since waaay back in 2015, when it started as a radio show. Presenter and producer Charlotte Petts is a nature nut and seeks people out to help understand different environmental issues, to tell of their work or adventures and, moreover, to share their mutual love of the outdoors. There are (to name but a few) wild swimmers, mountaineers, allotmenteers, soil scientists, swift watchers, writers, painters, therapists, garden designers and ev ...
 
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 ...
 
From Earthwatch, the environmental nonprofit connecting citizens with scientists, comes the Earthwatch Podcast. This season, we profile the status of endangered species and ecosystems, and the efforts underway to save them. From the coastal marshes of Texas to the seagrass meadows of Southeast Alaska and beyond, join us as we explore the complex web of science, politics, and human interference.
 
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The eco-conscious lifestyle podcast. Each week, Laura Diez is diving into sustainability and practical climate science. This podcast explores fashion, environmental justice, food, conscious consumerism… just about everything in our lives is tied to the environment. Guests include female founders, clean beauty experts, climate scientists, political experts, and many more. Laura is a sustainability professional with her M.S. in Climate Science and Solutions, who happens to also love speaking t ...
 
Join athletes and environmental advocates Faith E. Briggs and Addie Thompson as they dig into conversations at the intersection of race, environment, history and culture. They talk to thought-leaders, athletes, activists, artists, scientists, comedians — folks from all walks of life. Together, they aim to galvanize a dialogue in the outdoors that is authentic, sustained and leads to tangible change. Presented by Merrell and Patagonia.
 
Join Sean Lally in conversation about architecture’s future, as both earth’s environment and our human bodies are now open for design. The podcast engages a diverse range of perspectives to get a better picture of the events currently unfolding. This includes philosophers, cultural anthropologists, policy makers, scientists as well as authors of science fiction. Each individual’s work intersects this core topic, but from unique angles. Lally is the author of the book The Air from Other Plane ...
 
Nature Notes explores the natural world of the Llano Estacado and the Chihuahuan Desert. We look at the plants, animals, and ecology of this unique region, as well as places to experience it and people working to conserve it. This free 4 1/2-minute weekly environmental feature is produced by Marfa Public Radio in Marfa, Texas, in conjunction with the Sibley Nature Center in Midland, Texas. Through interviews with scientists and field recordings, Nature Notes reveals the secrets of desert lif ...
 
Positive, fresh, modern and real talk radio covering health & nutrition, relationships, fitness, environmental issues, giving back and more. On One Life Radio, we cover the topics that matter today in an un-scripted, off-the-cuff, engaging format. Our guests include leading authors, doctors, sports figures, psychologists, nutritionists and scientists from around the globe. Our motto: one body, one mind, one life…go out and make the most of it!
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
This podcast is for professionals in the conservation practitioners or citizen scientists. Trying to save the environment and its species can be challenging, frustrating, stressful and depressing-how do we cope with this? Join Dr. Scarlett Smash, an environmental science/marine conservation scientist and yogi practitioner on a journey of self-care. It is important to becoming a mindful conservationist, connecting conservation and holistic healing to provoke and awaken a wholeness in one’s se ...
 
On a rocky outcropping off the northeastern coast of England, the monastery of Lindisfarne once stood as an outpost of religious, philosophic, and intellectual study against the “dark” times of early medieval Europe. Inspired by the foresight and dogged determination of these medieval monks, William Irwin Thompson founded the Lindisfarne Association in 1972 to gather together bold scientists, scholars, artists, and contemplatives to realize a new planetary culture in the face of the politica ...
 
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Our Earth Week episode has me fired up about the topic that first brought many of us into sustainable living: the plastic crisis! We’re joined today by Emma Rose Cohen, the CEO and founder of Final, creators of FinalStraw—the world’s first reusable, collapsible straw that raised nearly $2 million on Kickstarter. We’re talking all about the product …
 
Plastic: An Autobiography (Nightboat Books, 2021) explores how technology, sprung from desire, draws all beings into its net, and asks how to live justly within its grasp. In Plastic: An Autobiography, Allison Cobb’s obsession with a large plastic car part leads her to explore the violence of our consume-and-dispose culture, including her own life …
 
The Art of Experiment: Post-Pandemic Knowledge Practices for 21st-Century Architecture and Design (Routledge, 2020) is a handbook for navigating our troubled and precarious times. In search of new knowledge practices that can help us make the world livable again, this book takes the reader on a journey across time—from the deep past to the unfoldin…
 
Have you heard of the Death Cycle of Plastic (vs the life cycle)? Our guests talk solutions and actions from current Congressional legislation and to a new report shining a light on the environmental justice impacts. What about Zero Waste; should it be reclaimed and restructured? And how do we decipher real solutions from false (that just promote m…
 
Gardens at the Frontier: New Methodological Perspectives on Garden History and Designed Landscapes (Routledge, 2019) addresses broad issues of interest to architectural historians, environmental historians, garden writers, geographers, and other scholars. It uses different disciplinary perspectives to explore garden history’s thematic, geographical…
 
In the 3rd of these 4 specials, Charlotte catches up with RHS Chelsea gold winning designer Charlotte Harris. The first time they spoke was 4 years ago in Charlotte Harris' stationary cupboard. Seems this last year we all feel a bit like we've been living in a cupboard. They talk Chelsea 2021, escaping to Scotland and what they'd like to do when fr…
 
When you hear the word leadership, you may think about hierarchy. But it doesn't have to be that way. In this episode, Laura Calandrella, author of Our Next Evolution: Transforming Collaborative Leadership to Shape Our Planet’s Future, helps us understand the importance of connection and relationship, dialogue and consensus. Her strategy is attenti…
 
Lydia grew up in Santa Fe, New Mexico (Tewa lands) and is Huichol (Wixáritari) and Pascua Yaqui (Yoeme). Lydia earned her Bachelors of Science from California State University, Monterey Bay in Environmental Science, Technology and Policy. Lydia now resides in Tucson, Arizona (O’odham & Yaqui lands) where she earned her PhD at the University of Ariz…
 
In the second of this run of 4 special catch up episodes, Charlotte speaks with eco-psychotherapist, writer, adventurer and many, many other things, Dr. Ruth Allen. We discover how she's coped with having to curtail her adventurous activities, how her therapeutic practice has adapted, how we can all handle the next stage of lessening restrictions a…
 
There is probably no bigger name in science fiction in the last 50 years than Kim Stanley Robinson. Robert Markley (who I’m speaking with today) wrote a book with that very title, 'Kim Stanley Robinson' that looks at his work. The book looks at the works including the alternate histories of The Days of Rice and Salt, the future through the Mars Tri…
 
In the first of 4 upcoming episodes, Charlotte catches up with wild swimmer, photographer, poet and all round gem, Vivienne Rickman. Its been 4 years since their last chat. How has she been? What's life been like without the access to swim spots she's used to having? What, if anything, has filled the gap? Please show support for the show at www.ko-…
 
We are gossiping today about environmental scandals! We’ll start off breaking down last week’s events at Piney Point, a resovoir in Florida holding toxic phosphate mining byproducts that began leaking. We then discuss America’s first Superfund site, Love Canal, NY – and why Superfund sites must be discussed through the lens of environmental racism.…
 
This week, Jim and Gabe discuss their reaction to the American Jobs Plan, which claims to aim to "unify and mobilize the country to meet the great challenges of our time: the climate crisis and the ambitions of an autocratic China." They talk budget sufficiency, electric vehicles, and more. They also lament the brown goo that a late frost made of t…
 
Timothy Beatley is the Teresa Heinz Professor of Sustainable Communities at the School of Architecture at the University of Virginia, where he has taught for over twenty-five years. His primary teaching and research interests are in environmental planning and policy, with a special emphasis on coastal and natural hazards planning, environmental val…
 
Dr. Jason Bradford, board president of the Post Carbon Institute and co-host of the Crazy Town podcast, joins us to talk about their third season and his work in/around sustainable agriculture. We discuss humor's role in dealing with environmental harms, hidden drivers like discount rate, and what it'll take to get more of us involved in local sust…
 
The 51-mile Los Angeles River, more known for its barren stretches of concrete, is undergoing a long-term Master Planned greening and revitalization. Big questions remain about how to restore biodiversity, provide water resiliency in the face of climate disruption, and protect the local neighborhoods from green gentrification that has already prese…
 
The Ogallala aquifer has nourished life on the American Great Plains for millennia. But less than a century of unsustainable irrigation farming has taxed much of the aquifer beyond repair. The imminent depletion of the Ogallala and other aquifers around the world is a defining planetary crisis of our times. Running Out: In Search of Water on the Hi…
 
We are speaking today with Elizabeth Segran, senior staff writer at Fast Company, about her February article, “President Biden, Appoint A Fashion Czar!“. The article gained wild amounts of attention and support from fashion advocates online, and we’re discussing today why this concept makes so much sense given the lack of transparency between brand…
 
As the push for a Universal Healthcare system in the United States becomes more and more popular among the American people, we’re beginning to have more public conversations about access to and affordability of medical care. While many of us may not consider our health insurance until we need it, for those with chronic conditions, the American medi…
 
Danni Washington is a science communicator, tv and podcast host, and non-profit founder with a background in marine biology. She’s also an ocean advocate who loves scuba diving and using education, the arts and social media to inspire people of all ages to connect more deeply with the natural world. We talk to her about everything from ocean plasti…
 
What does it mean for architecture to have character? Stewart and Allison are co-founders of Design With Company, who's work is interested in concepts that are shared between architecture and literature, including: narrative fictions, type, and character. The work has earned awards such as the Architecture Record Design Vanguard Award and the Young…
 
Furry FridayMarc Peralta from Best Friends Animal Society is back to discuss large-scale lifesaving for animal welfare. Jill Fritz from The Humane Society is here to talk about how we can stop wildlife killing contests. Furry Friday is brought to you by our sponsor, Castor & Pollux. As the leader and maker of America’s #1 organic pet food, Castor &…
 
LISTEN to our discussion with the lead architectural designer for the firm Biotonomy [https://www.biotonomy.com/] using a holistic and Nature-based approach for buildings and cities to address the climate and biodiversity emergency.Rather than abandon crowded urban areas for sustainable living, great potential remains in re-envisioning buildings an…
 
Cyndi O'Meara, Happy BirthdayCyndi O'Meara is here for the full hour to discuss how to read labels properly. She is the Author of the best selling book "Changing Habits." We have an educational show today, so stick around!Cyndi O'MearaCyndi is an internationally acclaimed nutritionist, author, and documentary maker. She is the founder of Changing H…
 
It's Workout WednesdayWe have Drew Manning talking about his new project called Fit2Fat2Forty and check in at his halfway mark! Jill Lane is here to talk about The ABC's of vitamins and supplements. We have a great show for you today, so stick around. It's workout Wednesday!Drew ManningDrew did the original Fit2Fat2Fit journey back in 2011 gaining …
 
What does it mean for policy to be quiet, for policy to successfully tip-toe its way through the U.S. legislative system and contribute to greater sustainability and resilience? Which parts can or should make more noise, and what informs our understanding of what is pragmatic and reasonable? In this Air Check, Jim and Emily try to work through the …
 
Happy Tuesday!Dr. Harold Katz is here to give us the lowdown on bad breath. Dr. Randall Bell is here to discuss how to survive and thrive after trauma. We have a fabulous show for you today, so please stick around! Dr. Harold KatzDr. Harold Katz is widely recognized as the “final authority” on breath. He is the founder of The California Breath Clin…
 
Can we diversify the outdoors, make historically exclusive places feel inclusive, and reckon with the long-ignored truths about the racism and erasure present in well-established environmental movements? We can. And we have to. Join athletes and environmental advocates Faith E. Briggs and Addie Thompson as they dig into conversations at the interse…
 
Happy MondayJudiann Romanello is here to discuss sustainable fashion. Stephanie Toups is back to talk about the Texas power outage and what to do if it happens again. We have a great show for you today so, stick around! Judiann RomanelloJudiann Romanello is the founder and curator of DamnAged Vintage -a vintage clothing shop located in Cold Spring,…
 
Hello One Life Radio listeners! Dr. Lori Whatley joins us today to talk about the effects of social media on self-esteem. Listen to the podcast for ways to protect your children, and yourself, from the insecurity brought on from too much social media. Learn about social self-harming, vanity validation and why social media is turning people into nar…
 
We are seeing a burgeoning interest in all things fungi, from consumption to materials-making, mushroom cultivation, fungal ecology and myco-remediation, particularly because fungi bear and represent resiliency, adaptability, and the potential to transform and utilize life as it is. Fungi possess the unique ability to decompose and recompose life i…
 
It’s Workout Wednesday on One Life Radio! Chris Gronkowski joins us for this St. Patrick’s Day talking about our favorite green drinks to make in our Ice Shakers! And, he teaches us how to gain muscle at home. Lisa Hubbard, owner of Rhythm Pilates walks us through the history and basics of Pilates.Gain Muscle at HomeChris says we don’t have to go t…
 
We talk about ethical, ‘clean’ beauty, but today we’re taking it one step further and learning about the tools on our vanities: brushes. We’re learning about fibers (did you know brushes were historically animal fibers?!), self-love, sustainable supply chains, and more with beauty pioneer Anisa Telwar Kaicker of ANISA International. As the #1 globa…
 
Decolonizing Extinction: The Work of Care in Orangutan Rehabilitation (Duke University Press, 2018) presents a multi-species ethnography of orangutans and humans that probes the shared susceptibilities of both species in the face of future extinction. In a series of provocative chapters, the book interweaves intimate entanglements in the workings o…
 
We kick off our mental health series with Dr. Susan Clayton, professor of psychology and environmental studies and chair of the psychology department at the College of Wooster. Together, we work to complicate our understanding of emotional engagement with climate, within and beyond the frame of grief and anxiety. Watch the conversation on Facebook:…
 
Two of our favorite guests are on today, Kip Watson and Dewone Bennett. Kip continues her series, "How Anyone Can be a High Performer". Part three is all about energy. Then, Bernadette and Dewone give their thoughts on a recent article in brides.com, "The 12 Most Important Things Every Relationship Needs". You'll be surprised at some of the answers…
 
Tina Bernet AllenTina Bernet has a Bachelor’s of Kinesiology, she is a certified strength and conditioning specialist, she is certified in biomechanics, and she is part of the Aerobics & Fitness Association of America. She has been in the fitness industry for over 30 years, teaching cardiovascular classes at several of Dallas’ top studios and healt…
 
Jared Ramirez is the CEO of Enviromedica, makers of Terraflora and a sponsor of One Life Radio is talking about Terrain theory vs. Germ Theory and Stephanie Setliff of Eating Recovery Center discusses the effect COVID had on those with eating disorders.Germ Theory vs Terrain Theory“The microbe is nothing the terrain is everything,” Louis Pasteur. G…
 
Providing a fresh perspective is one of the biggest challenges for historians of New York City. Kara Murphy Schlichting, however, has managed to do just that in her recent book, New York Recentered: Building the Metropolis from the Shore (University of Chicago Press, 2019). The book shifts our gaze away from Manhattan and towards the coastal periph…
 
In the Anthropocene, the thawing of frozen earth due to global warming has drawn worldwide attention to permafrost. Contemporary scientists define permafrost as ground that maintains a negative temperature for at least two years. But where did this particular conception of permafrost originate, and what alternatives existed? The Life of Permafrost:…
 
We’re joined by five brilliant, trailblazing, superstar listeners to learn about their careers in climate and sustainability! I also share some insight on my career in local government and podcasting. We chat with: Julia, a clean tech journalist turned communication professional in renewable financing; Corinne, a park ranger and conservationist; Ja…
 
Ingrid NewkirkIngrid Newkirk is the president of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) the largest animal rights organization in the world, with more than 6.5 million members and supporters worldwide. She is the author of more than a dozen books that have been translated into several languages, including her latest, Animalkind: Remarka…
 
Dr. Nasha Winters & Greg GlaserWe have a great show for you with Dr. Nasha Winters, author and oncologist here to talk about “Mistletoe Therapy.” Greg Glaser is back from the Physicians For Informed Consent to give us even more information into what rights we do and do not have as citizens.Dr. Nasha WintersDr. Nasha is a Naturopathic Integrative On…
 
Perilous Bounty: The Looming Collapse of American Farming and How We Can Prevent It (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2020) is an unsettling journey into the disaster-bound American food system, and an exploration of possible solutions, from leading food politics commentator and former farmer Tom Philpott. More than a decade after Michael Pollan's game-chang…
 
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