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Breaking news on global crises and climate change from all around the world. Always current information and hot news on world events, timely information about significant events, what is happening to the planet and how the climate is actually changing. What awaits us in the near future? Are we ready to face global climatic changes, when one part of the planet's population will become refugees, while another will become a host party? The only way out is to get united and build the new format ...
 
Every weekday, host Kai Ryssdal helps you make sense of the day’s business and economic news — no econ degree or finance background required. “Marketplace” takes you beyond the numbers, bringing you context. Our team of reporters all over the world speak with CEOs, policymakers and regular people just trying to get by.
 
How will they look in hindsight, these strange times we are living through? Is this a midlife crisis on humanity's road to the Star Trek future – or the point at which that story of the future unravelled and we came to see how much it had left out? What if our current crises are neither an obstacle to be overcome, nor the end of the world, but a necessary humbling? These are the kind of questions which we set out to explore in The Great Humbling. We hope you'll join us and let us know what y ...
 
Each weekday, Marketplace’s Kai Ryssdal and Kimberly Adams make today make sense. Along with our supersmart listeners, we break down happenings in tech, the economy and culture. Every Tuesday we bring on a guest to dive deeper into one important topic. Because none of us is as smart as all of us.
 
UN News interviews a wide range of people from senior news-making officials at Headquarters in New York, to advocates and beneficiaries from across the world who have a stake in helping the UN go about its often life-saving work in the field.
 
Join Niels Kaastrup-Larsen as he explores the world of finance and investing, through weekly conversations with the most interesting and experienced investors, economists, traders & thought leaders. Learn from their experiences, their successes, and their failures. We don't want you to think like them...but we do want to make you think! Stay up-to-date on https://toptradersunplugged.com
 
We often overlook Islamic history as a learning tool. The history of Islam is not only important for Muslims, but important for everyone. Islam and the people who call themselves Muslims have made an enormous impact on our world. The Islamic History Podcast is about discovering that history in a fun and interesting way.
 
Learn French by Podcast is an exciting series of French lessons for everybody. Work with high-quality audio podcasts in your own time and at your own pace. Want to clarify some details? Something you couldn't quite understand? Then download comprehensive PDF Guides which elucidate all the finer points. Learn French the fun way.
 
This is the podcast for the Notes on the Crises newsletter published by Nathan Tankus. The newsletter (and now the podcast) is devoted to covering the ongoing effects of the Coronavirus Depression and various other related and intersecting crises Nathan will interview guests on a variety of related topics and take the opportunity of speaking to experts, authors and academics to explore issues the newsletter doesn‘t usually cover at a deeper level. Support the podcast and Newsletter by Subscr ...
 
Marketplace® is the leading business news program in the nation. We bring you clear explorations of how economic news affects you, through stories, conversations, newsworthy numbers and more. The Marketplace All-in-One podcast provides each episode of the public radio broadcast programs Marketplace, Marketplace Morning Report®and Marketplace Tech® along with our podcasts Make Me Smart, Corner Office and The Uncertain Hour. Visit marketplace.org for more. From American Public Media. Twitter: ...
 
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The CGAI Podcast Network is created and produced by the Canadian Global Affairs Institute. Join us each week to explore the energy, defense, and international affairs stories that matter to Canadians. Listen now to CGAI podcasts “The Global Exchange”, “Defence Deconstructed”, and “Energy Security Cubed”, and partner podcasts “Battle Rhythm" and “Conseils de sécurité”. Visit www.cgai.ca for more, or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn. The Canadian Global Affairs Institute (CGAI) is a ...
 
Through interesting conversations (or at least I hope so!), I want to help you improve your French listening skills or maybe just get you familiar with the French language. If you like my podcast and you wish for some more content, you can help me by contributing on : https://www.patreon.com/talkslowfrench For some questions, you can contact me on my instagram account : https://www.instagram.com/nagisa_morimoto/?hl=fr Music composed by Corrodile : http://hyperurl.co/Clumsy
 
A podcast where Imogen Foulkes puts big questions facing the world to the experts working to tackle them in Switzerland’s international city. Produced as part of the Genève Vision media network, in partnership with the Graduate Institute Geneva.
 
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Another virus, another public health emergency. Since monkeypox was first detected in the United States in mid-May, the number of confirmed cases has grown to more than 7,500. Is our public health infrastructure equipped to respond while we’re still dealing with the lingering COVID-19 pandemic? On the show today, Kimberly and guest host Meghan McCa…
 
On this episode of the Energy Security Cubed Podcast, Kelly Ogle interviews Kathryn Porter about dramatic shortfalls in electricity supply occurring around the world. Guest Bio:- Kathryn Porter is the founder of Watt-Logic. You can find Watt-Logic here: https://watt-logic.com/Host Bio:- Kelly Ogle is the CEO of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute…
 
Recorded on July 22, 2022 https://youtu.be/vmfMseyE7Q0 Episode 53 of the PetroNerds podcast is a fantastic discussion on supply chain issues, small businesses, inflation, recession, the Biden Administration, the coming rise in US unemployment, the US economy, the European energy crisis, and China. Want to get up to speed on everything happening in …
 
The UN response to HIV/AIDS is under threat from a host of international crises, from COVID to the war in Ukraine, and the ensuing financial challenges faced by countries across the world. Mandeep Dhaliwal is the director of HIV and health at the UN Development Programme (UNDP). She spoke to Conor Lennon from UN News ahead of the 2022 International…
 
McAlvany Weekly Commentary Can China survive when the debts cannot be paid? Interest rates spike worldwide while Japan fights against hope to keep rates down Dollar and gold rise as currencies fall The McAlvany Weekly Commentary with David McAlvany and Kevin Orrick Doug Noland: A Core Crisis (from the Periphery) July 27, 2022 “The world has never […
 
On May 7th, 2022, our world changed. Information voiced during the online broadcast of the International Forum “Global Crisis. We are People. We Want to Live”, opened many people's eyes to the absurdity and inhumanity of the modern consumer society. In this episode, people from different parts of the Earth share their insights after watching the fo…
 
While a deadly heat wave bakes Europe, the continent faces multiple economic predicaments as well. It’s prepping for a potential natural gas cutoff as tensions with Russia remain high. Inflation is also running rampant and expected interest rate hikes are stoking fears of another debt crisis. Plus, the party’s over for some companies that reaped pa…
 
America's current energy and food crises are not the unintentional results of misguided policies. Rather, the crises are the deliberate result of policies imposed to turn people into serfs, giving global elites more control over peoples' lives. Elites want regular people to beg for ever more government help. Fortunately, the people will eventually …
 
McAlvany Weekly Commentary Fed says it will stop telling the markets its next move Quick rally in stocks doesn’t change long term bear trend Biden “given” really good jobs “surprise” The post The Need For Risk Control In A Schizophrenic Market appeared first on McAlvany Weekly Commentary.By McAlvany Weekly Commentary
 
Patrick Radden Keefe is an American writer and investigative journalist. His book Empire of Pain is a detailed history of the Sackler dynasty and their role in the American opioid epidemic. Known for their dedication to cultural philanthropy, the family built their wealth on pharmaceuticals, starting with tranquillisers like Librium and Valium, bef…
 
There are some human experiences which most of us find it very hard to get our heads around. In 2019, Stephen Sackur spoke to Albert Woodfox, who experienced the unimaginable torment of more than four decades in solitary confinement, in a tiny cell in one of America’s most notorious prisons. He was the victim of ingrained racism and brutality insid…
 
Another virus, another public health emergency. Since monkeypox was first detected in the United States in mid-May, the number of confirmed cases has grown to more than 7,500. Is our public health infrastructure equipped to respond while we’re still dealing with the lingering COVID-19 pandemic? On the show today, Kimberly and guest host Meghan McCa…
 
With the consumer price index for July set to be released tomorrow, economists are on the edge of their seats, waiting to see if price increases have begun to slow. Today, we’ll provide a preview of what they’ll be looking for. Plus, home sellers lament cooling demand, tourist towns near Yellowstone wrestle with flood closures, and Getty Images par…
 
With the consumer price index for July set to be released tomorrow, economists are on the edge of their seats, waiting to see if price increases have begun to slow. Today, we’ll provide a preview of what they’ll be looking for. Plus, home sellers lament cooling demand, tourist towns near Yellowstone wrestle with flood closures, and Getty Images par…
 
Making business decisions often means choosing one path over another. And psychology research shows that our brains are wired to make either-or choices. But Wendy Smith, management professor at the University of Delaware, and Marianne Lewis, dean of the University of Cincinnati Lindner College of Business, argue for moving beyond tradeoffs. The res…
 
Some of the provisions in the Inflation Reduction Act put a focus on how climate change can affect at-risk communities – specifically, environmental inequity. Also, while we might be done with supply chain problems, it appears those problems aren’t done with us.By Marketplace / David Brancaccio and Victoria Craig
 
From the BBC World Service: At least eight people died after torrential downpours in the South Korean capital, with some trapped in subterranean apartments, which are frequently occupied by lower-income households. Plus, fears are growing of a worsening energy crisis in Cuba after vital fuel-storage tanks were destroyed by a fire in the port city o…
 
After hearing Ryan and Bridget talk about money all season, one of our young listeners wants to know when she can start earning some money. This week we’ll look back to the time when lots of kids had jobs and learn about what’s changed and why. Along the way, we’ll learn that kids actually do have jobs, just not in the way you might think. For a sp…
 
In Rio de Janeiro, surgeons separated 3-year-old conjoined twins Arthur and Bernardo Lima in June. When the twins were born, they were attached at the head, their brains intertwined. Separating them would require dozens of complicated surgeries. To prepare, the twins’ doctors in Rio used 3D printed models of the kids’ brains and they practiced the …
 
From war to food insecurity and climate change; would the world be a better, safer place if women took more decisions? Inside Geneva podcast host Imogen Foulkes is joined in this episode by women peace and security experts. “Participation of women in peace and security, obviously must go beyond an ‘add-women-and-stir’ approach,” says Julia Hofstett…
 
After a little summer hiatus, we’re back and digging into the Inflation Reduction Act — specifically the part that would offer thousands of dollars in tax credits to electric car buyers. But will the incentives actually make EVs more affordable and lead to mass adoption that leads to curbing climate-warming emissions? Kimberly and guest host Meghan…
 
After a little summer hiatus, we’re back and digging into the Inflation Reduction Act — specifically the part that would offer thousands of dollars in tax credits to electric car buyers. But will the incentives actually make EVs more affordable and lead to mass adoption that leads to curbing climate-warming emissions? Kimberly and guest host Meghan…
 
The 755-page Inflation Reduction Act, expected to pass in the House of Representatives, will take aim at legislative priorities like taxes, the climate crisis and health care. Today, we’ll take a deeper look at two components of the bill: some big wins for Big Oil and Medicare’s ability to negotiate prescription drug prices. Plus, workers take on m…
 
The 755-page Inflation Reduction Act, expected to pass in the House of Representatives, will take aim at legislative priorities like taxes, the climate crisis and health care. Today, we’ll take a deeper look at two components of the bill: some big wins for Big Oil and Medicare’s ability to negotiate prescription drug prices. Plus, workers take on m…
 
Rundown In this episode, Mexie talks with Marxist, vegan academic and activist, Dr. Troy Vettese, about his new co-authored book (with Drew Pendergrass), Half-Earth Socialism: A Plan To Save the Future from Extinction, Climate Change, and Pandemics. We start by discussing the importance of utopian socialism and reinvigorating our radical creativity…
 
Consumers are still spending money and taking out loans, normally good signs for the economy. The catch: They’re saving less, and banks are preparing to deal with more loan delinquency in the coming months as things get more expensive. We take a look at today’s increasingly “weird” economy with Julia Coronado, president and founder of MacroPolicy P…
 
On this episode of The Global Exchange, Colin Robertson speaks to William Crosbie about Afghanistan, one year after its fall to the Taliban. Participant bio: William Crosbie is the Executive Director of the Heart of Asia Society and former Ambassador to Afghanistan. https://heartofasiasociety.org/team/ambassador-william-crosbie/Host Bio:Colin Rober…
 
Democrats passed their marquee climate and spending package late yesterday, a victory for the Biden administration as it seeks to reinvigorate its domestic agenda. We look at what provisions didn’t make the final cut, including a proposal to close the so-called “carried-interest tax loophole.” A new study finds that children with friends of differe…
 
From the BBC World Service: Whoever wins in Kenya will take on economic challenges including record inflation, drought and mounting national debt. Plus, Colombia’s new president, Gustavo Petro, pledges a raft of reforms and says he wants to reduce Colombia’s reliance on coal. It’s one of the largest exporters in the world. And, the stress, hunger a…
 
Last week saw multiple major cryptocurrency hacks, one affecting wallets mostly linked to solana coins. Another hit Nomad, a blockchain bridge where users exchange assets on different blockchains. The losses totaled about $200 million. And these are just the latest hacks. So far this year, there’s been more than $1 billion stolen. So, why is this i…
 
Hello! In the second of our summer episodes we're talking to environmental activist, author and journalist George Monbiot. Farming is the most environmentally damaging industry in the whole world, and great swathes of the Earth's surface are given over to the production of our food, particularly through grazing and feeding livestock. In his new boo…
 
As China continues its military drills around Taiwan, Oriana Skylar Mastro, Fellow at Stanford's Freeman Spogli Institute and a Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, explains why this is not just a show of force by China, but an actual combat rehearsal. Then, Richard Haass, president of The Council on Foreign Relations, and Susan Shir…
 
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