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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
 
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 ...
 
Every day, scientists and conservationists around the globe are working to answer critical questions about our rapidly changing environment and the organisms that live there; the minute details of their work reveal both the beauty and the precarious balance of the natural world. Join the Last Chance Endeavors team as we interview today's leading wildlife scientists and conservationists about their most recent discoveries. Listen in to hear the ongoing story of the scientific studies being co ...
 
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 ...
 
Climate change is confusing. This award-winning 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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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!
 
Welcome to For the Love of Science, a podcast from The Bay Area Environmental Research Institute. In this show, we hear directly from the institute's scientists, engineers, and mission specialists about the groundbreaking research they’re doing right now in earth, environmental, and space sciences, and learn about what their work can teach us about our Earth and our universe.
 
We disseminate current research in the aquatic sciences to a general audience through a semi-monthly podcast. Our goal is to frame recent high-profile research papers or career achievements in the broader context of current environmental and scientific issues and discuss how the guests arrived at these discoveries. We interview a wide variety of scientists ranging from graduate students to tenured professors from a diversity of countries and backgrounds.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
Podcast: Star Seed Radio Hosted by: Jonah Bolt Show Description: Starseed Radio is hosted by Jonah Bolt, a modern day renaissance man. Jonah has traveled to over 40 countries world-wide, Has toured the US for motivational speaking, done numerous TV & Radio Interviews globally and has been published over a dozen times for his poetry and other writings. Given his grace and energy toward people awakening to what is happening in this world, Jonah is inspired to help empower people through sustai ...
 
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Often seen as an outlier in science, Gaia has run a long and varied course since its formulation in the 1970s by atmospheric chemist James Lovelock and microbiologist Lynn Margulis. Gaian Systems: Lynn Margulis, Neocybernetics, and the End of the Anthropocene (U Minnesota Press, 2020) is a pioneering exploration of the dynamic and complex evolution…
 
Why are white evangelicals the most skeptical major religious group in America regarding climate change? Previous scholarship has pointed to cognitive factors such as conservative politics, anti-science attitudes, aversion to big government, and theology. Drawing on qualitative fieldwork, Robin Veldman's book The Gospel of Climate Skepticism: Why E…
 
Today I talked to Robert Kirk, the publisher of Princeton University Press's "Pedia" book series. Encyclopedic in nature and miniature in form, these books explore the wonders of the natural world, from A to Z. These brief compendiums cover wide ground in thoughtful, witty, and endlessly fascinating entries on the science, natural history, and cult…
 
HAPPY FURRY, FURBULOUS FRIDAY! Dr. RuthAnn Lobos joins us with clues to know if our pet is hurting. Animals have an instinct from millions of years to hide their pain to survive in the wild. So, pets show pain in ways we may not recognize. Listen for what to look for, and for the medical and holistic treatments to help alleviate your pet’s pain. An…
 
Licensed Professional Counselor and Relationship Expert, Von Eaglin, is giving us the honest truth about truth and honesty today. What do you consider a betrayal in your relationship? Do you know if your partner thinks the same way? As always, communication is key. If you are the betrayer, determine WHY you did it, and if the relationship is worth …
 
From rocky coves at Mendocino and Monterey to San Diego’s reefs, abalone have held a cherished place in California culture for millennia. Prized for iridescent shells and delectable meat, these unique shellfish inspired indigenous artisans, bohemian writers, California cuisine, and the popular sport of skin diving, but also became a highly coveted …
 
It’s Workout Wednesday, and we’re talking football and pre- and post-workout foods with Chris Gronkowski. Learn Chris’ tips for eating before and after a game or workout. Fun fact: A popular food NFL players eat during halftime? Oranges! And, listen to the show for some exciting news from IceShaker. Next, Jill Lane explains how the amount of protei…
 
Jared Ramirez is back to talk more about the benefits of beef liver and other organ meats. If you’re not into eating organs on a daily basis, their beef liver supplement is sourced from New Zealand so it has the best beef liver you can find. And, you don’t have to douse them in ketchup! Check out their website at enviromedica.com. Monica Berg, auth…
 
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…
 
Saving the World at Business School (Part 2) is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Andy Hoffman, Holcim Professor of Sustainable Enterprise at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and School of Environment and Sustainability. This extensive conversation starts with inspiring insights into how Andy Hof…
 
We’re catching up on the latest news from Children’s Health Defense with Aimee Villella of CHD. Unprecedented government mandates were announced last week potentially affecting up to 100 million US citizens. This is happening at the same time a record number of injuries and deaths associated with the vaccine are being reported. Visit the CHD websit…
 
You may not know it, but Alabama is a HOTSPOT for biodiversity! In fact, the state has the highest amount of biodiversity found east of the Mississippi River! In this episode we sit down with Patrick Thompson who is the curator of the Davis Arboretum at Auburn University to discuss his work protecting rapidly disappearing plants, and to learn about…
 
To envision and create the futures we want, society needs an appropriate understanding of the likely impact of alternative actions. Data models and visualizations offer a way to understand and intelligently manage complex, interlinked systems in science and technology, education, and policymaking. Atlas of Forecasts: Modeling and Mapping Desirable …
 
Saving the World at Business School (Part 1) is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Andy Hoffman, Holcim Professor of Sustainable Enterprise at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and School of Environment and Sustainability. This extensive conversation starts with inspiring insights into how Andy Hof…
 
Happy Furbulous Furry Friday! Maura Davies of the SPCA of Texas explains how they spring into action to save pets during a natural disaster. Listen to find out if you’re prepared to find your pet if disaster strikes, and how shelters across the nation work together to reunite owners and pets after a storm. Find out how you can help at spca.org. Aut…
 
What an incredible show with Bernadette and John Joseph. He came from a life of violence, foster homes, addiction and homelessness on the streets of New York City, to become a motivational speaker, discipline coach, 12X Ironman Triathlete, 40+ year vegan and 30+ years sober. He’s written five books, works on TV and film and does it all with a Posit…
 
Stephen J. Pyne's new book The Pyrocene: How We Created an Age of Fire, and What Happens Next (U California Press, 2021) tells the story of what happened when a fire-wielding species, humanity, met an especially fire-receptive time in Earth's history. Since terrestrial life first appeared, flames have flourished. Over the past two million years, ho…
 
In the name of agriculture, urban growth, and disease control, humans have drained, filled, or otherwise destroyed nearly 87 percent of the world's wetlands over the past three centuries. Unintended consequences include biodiversity loss, poor water quality, and the erosion of cultural sites, and only in the past few decades have wetlands been wide…
 
In Wild Souls: Freedom and Flourishing in the Non-Human World (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2021), Emma Marris wrestles with big ethical questions facing the conservation field. Emma takes us through several experiences that informed the book, exposing us to relevant on-the-ground decisions impacting the life or death of animals. When the interests of in…
 
Our current food system has decimated rural communities and confined the choices of urban consumers. Even while America continues to ramp up farm production to astounding levels, net farm income is now lower than at the onset of the Great Depression, and one out of every eight Americans faces hunger. But a healthier and more equitable food system i…
 
Drew Manning is joining us from his new home in Hawaii on Workout Wednesday. He completed his Back-2-Fit challenge, losing over 60 lbs in eight months. This is his second time to deliberately gain weight and work it off. He wanted to empathize with his overweight clients and learn the struggles they go through trying to get healthy. Listen to what …
 
Mo Brossette is teaching us how to be “unoffendable” today. This is another way of saying one of The Four Agreements, “Don’t Take Anything Personally”. Mo explains that we shouldn’t ever be offended by anything anyone says about us. It’s not about us, it’s about them. As long as we look within for approval, we won’t be bothered by what others say. …
 
Big cats—tigers, leopards, and lions—that make prey of humans are commonly known as “man-eaters.” Anthropologist Nayanika Mathur reconceptualizes them as cats that have gone off the straight path to become “crooked.” Building upon fifteen years of research in India, this groundbreaking work moves beyond both colonial and conservationist accounts to…
 
In Tea Environments and Plantation Culture: Imperial Disarray in Eastern India (Cambridge UP, 2021), Arnab Dey examines the intersecting role of law, ecology, and agricultural sciences in shaping the history of tea plantations in British Colonial India. He suggests that looking afresh at the legal, environmental, and agro-economic aspects of tea pr…
 
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…
 
Solar Impact: Climate and the Sun is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Joanna Haigh, Professor Emerita of Atmospheric Physics at Imperial College London and Co-Director of the Grantham Institute until her retirement in 2019. After inspiring details about how she got into her field of study and how we can encourage m…
 
In our second episode from the 2021 batch of REU students we talk with Adriana, Emily, and Sophie! In three very different ways, these young scientists are investigating how humans rely upon and change our coastal environments! We cover topics including horseshoe crab blood, bioremediation of micro plastics, and sustainable seaweed farming! Not onl…
 
It’s Furbulous, Furry Friday brought to you by Castor & Pollux. We are excited to have Renee Rhoades on for the first time. She’s explaining how virtual dog training can be as good or better than in-person training. And, do our dogs feel emotion, and can they suffer from mental health issues? Rhoades says definitely! Check out her movement to raise…
 
Pushing back against the traditional narratives assuming that the American colonies served as resource “windfalls” which released Europe from the constraints of dwindling resources, No Wood, No Kingdom: Political Ecology in the English Atlantic (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021) investigates the political ecology of wood in the English Atlantic through t…
 
How can consumers, nations, and international organizations work together to improve food systems before our planet loses its ability to sustain itself and its people? Do we have the right to eat wrongly? As the world's agricultural, environmental, and nutritional needs intersect—and often collide—how can consumers, nations, and international organ…
 
Climate change is one of the key challenges of our time and large amounts of development aid are allocated towards adaptation in the Global South. Yet, to what extent do such projects address local needs and concerns? In this episode, Kenneth Bo Nielsen is joined by Camelia Dewan to discuss her latest book: Misreading the Bengal Delta: Climate Chan…
 
Breakups are the worst. If you’ve been dumped, Bernadette and team One Life Radio are here to help you through it. How do you mend a broken heart? Our resident relationship therapist, Dewone Bennett, knows. You can get over your heartbreak in a healthy way. And, if you’re a friend of a broken-hearted pal, Dewone has advice on how to help as well as…
 
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…
 
It’s time for Workout Wednesday! Top trainer, Tina Bernet Allen, breaks down how physical fitness helps us to relieve stress. Next time you’re full of anxiety, turn off the news and get some exercise. You’ll be amazed how well it works. Dr. Marc Bubbs, author of “Peak40; The New Science of Midlife Health for a Leaner, Stronger Body and Sharper Mind…
 
Kip Watson and Bernadette don’t pull any punches today talking about raising kids in today’s society. Are we creating a mentally soft generation? Are parents too coddling, i.e. “helicopter parenting”? If you have kids, you won’t want to miss this show. Follow Kip on Twitter for more words of wisdom at @kipfit. Thank you to our sponsors! enviromedic…
 
The controversial Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) made headlines around the world in 2016. Supporters called the pipeline key to safely transporting American oil from the Bakken oil fields of the northern plains to markets nationwide, essential to both national security and prosperity. Native activists named it the "black snake," referring to an anci…
 
The ice sheets and glaciers that cover one-tenth of Earth’s land surface are in grave peril. High in the Alps, Andes, and Himalaya, once-indomitable glaciers are retreating, even dying. Meanwhile, in Antarctica, thinning glaciers may be unlocking vast quantities of methane stored for millions of years beneath the ice. In Ice Rivers: A Story of Glac…
 
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…
 
In the 1960s and 1970s, an insurgent attack on traditional liberalism took shape in America. It was built on new ideals of citizen advocacy and the public interest. Environmentalists, social critics, and consumer advocates like Rachel Carson, Jane Jacobs, and Ralph Nader crusaded against what they saw as a misguided and often corrupt government. Dr…
 
Happy Monday! Mary Holland joins us for her weekly Children’s Health Defense update, and she’s got some explosive reports from the vaccine front. Reported injuries and deaths from the vaccines are rising. People are confused with all the mixed messaging regarding the safety of the vaccine, efficacy and more. Sign up for The Defender to get all the …
 
The Chattahoochee River is a hotspot for all kinds of conservation work, and in this episode we sit down with Dr. Troy Keller to discuss his research into the subject! He focuses a lot of effort into understanding the effects that invasive crawfish are having on the ecology of local waterways, where they come from, and what we can do about it. Not …
 
It’s Furry, Furbulous Friday! Dr. RuthAnn Lobos, lead veterinarian for Merrick Pet Care, makers of our Furry Friday sponsor, Castor & Pollux organic and responsibly-sourced pet food, joins us to explain how to recognize stress in our pets. She also has some advice for Bernadette on caring for her new rescue kitten. Thanks to Dr. RuthAnn and Castor …
 
Cultivating Knowledge: Biotechnology, Sustainability and the Human Cost of Cotton Capitalism in India by Andrew Flachs (University of Arizona Press, 2019) tells a story of how farmers in rural south India evaluate agricultural success through shifting calculations of social meaning, performance, and economic aspirations. Navigating multiple avenues…
 
We have a fun show today! We’re breaking down how poetry can be therapy with “Dr. Jen” Wolkin, Phd. She explains how Bibliotherapy, or therapy including reading and writing, can help us work through our issues and even help PTSD. Reading and writing prose, expressive writing, poetry and song lyrics can all help us to express how we’re truly feeling…
 
Dr. Jonny Bowden, is on for Workout Wednesday to breakdown all the myths behind the different oils on the market. Which ones should we cook with, which ones to avoid, the healthiest and lots more. Dr. Jonny offers up more mythbusters on his website drjonnybowden.com. Jared Ramirez, CEO of Enviromedica, and a sponsor of the show, joins us to talk ab…
 
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