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The energy system is changing fast. Come explore the future with journalist Stephen Lacey and venture capitalist Shayle Kann. Each week, they'll take you on a tour of the global energy transformation, providing provide insight into technology trends, markets, and companies -- making for wonky and entertaining listening.
 
Energy Policy Now offers clear talk on the policy issues that define our relationship to energy and its impact on society and the environment. The series is produced by the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania and hosted by energy journalist Andy Stone. Join Andy in conversation with leaders from industry, government, and academia as they shed light on today's pressing energy policy debates.
 
Oil and Water is a podcast that slows down to ask questions about our relationship with oil and the fossil fuel industry. Keystone XL has been held up in court in Great Falls, but construction continues. Nearby Indigenous communities on the Fort Peck Reservation are speaking out about the risks, and their Council Chairman Lance Four Star says their voices aren’t being heard. But the story of an industrial project putting Indigenous people at risk is not new: the context is as deep as the his ...
 
Fossil Free Now follows the campaign of Fossil Free Glasgow, a group of volunteers organising for the Glasgow City council to renounce to its investments in the fossil fuel industry. This podcast series will discuss the blocks in our current systems that prevent us from meaningfully addressing the threat of climate breakdown, but also what a society freed from fossil fuels would look like. Find us on twitter @FF_Glasgow
 
Deutsche Welle (DW) is Germany's international broadcaster and a trusted source for reliable news and information, providing content in 30 languages to audiences around the world via TV, radio and online. The flagship channel DW provides analysis and insights to viewers around the globe, reporting on important issues in English 24/7. Continuous news reports, special features and talk shows cover everything from business, science and politics to culture and sports, DW brings people closer to ...
 
The HEATED podcast is a limited run series that demonstrates that COVID-19 and the climate crisis cannot be separated. In a series of up-to-the-minute interviews, HEATED's Emily Atkin connects the dots on how two of the most pressing conversations of our time are really one and the same.
 
This six-part podcast series explores how the Columbia community at large is responding to the climate crisis. From the institutional sustainability plan to fossil fuel divestment, from student activists to their professors, from the surrounding community to the coronavirus pandemic, co-hosts Jordan and Lyric cover it all.
 
The most-watched woman in the history of cable news takes her trademark no-holds barred political and cultural commentary to the world of podcasting with "The Laura Ingraham Show," a part of the Quake Media network. A bestselling author, a breast cancer survivor, and the mother of three internationally-adopted children, Laura was the most listened-to woman in talk radio before making the move to podcasting. Laura has been a trailblazer across multiple media platforms, and she brings a unique ...
 
This is the Shale Law Podcast, brought to you by the Center for Agricultural and Shale Law. This podcast was created to keep you in the know on current events and legal developments in the shale industry. We go in depth into spotlight articles and other content posted on our blog at http://www.pennstateshalelaw.com/.
 
Couched is a podcast series that lets you in on what leading cultural influencers and psychoanalysts are thinking about society today. We will feature conversations with artists, scientists, and change-makers about our current political climate, social justice, and our struggles to find sanity in an increasingly uncertain world. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Exascale Computing Project (ECP) is accelerating delivery of a capable exascale computing ecosystem to provide breakthrough solutions that will address America's most critical challenges in scientific discovery, energy assurance, economic competitiveness, and national security. Let’s Talk Exascale explores Application Development, Software Technology, and Hardware and Integration—focus areas of the ECP.
 
Reason presents a libertarian-themed debate series recorded monthly before a live audience in New York City. Moderated by former Barron’s Economics Editor Gene Epstein, the Soho Forum features Nobel prize winners, radical thinkers, and other public intellectuals facing off over the future of abortion, bitcoin, electric vehicles, government debt, illegal drugs, robotics, sex work, and other controversial topics.
 
EU Watchdog Radio is a bi-weekly podcast launched by two Brussels NGO's: Counter Balance and Corporate Europe Observatory. In each episode, we dive deeper into topics that relate to our activities in Brussels. Whether it be steps to increase transparency of lobbies in the EU or how to tackle public investment in a way that works for everyone. We explore it all, right here at EU Watchdog Radio!
 
The Science Revolution is about science that matters and brings revolutionary ways of thinking about science. We cover the science important to the world as well as to our everyday lives. You will learn how an entire spectrum of scientific disciplines meaningfully impacts your life and our world. From climate change to neuroscience to physics and medicine - and sometimes the politics & religion that tie them to us all - this podcast will entertain and deeply inform you. Science comes alive i ...
 
A bipartisan podcast on energy and environmental politics in America. Presented by the USC Schwarzenegger Institute. Political Climate goes beyond the echo chambers to bring you civil conversations, fierce debates and insider perspectives, with hosts and guests from across the political spectrum. Join Democrat and Republican energy experts Brandon Hurlbut and Shane Skelton, along with Greentech Media's Julia Pyper, as we explore how energy and environment policies get made.
 
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On this week’s Explainer: Gov. Tom Wolf announced this week that K-12 teachers, child care workers and other school staff will be prioritized for vaccination. The state plans to set aside doses of the newly approved one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine for this purpose. WESA education reporter Sarah Schneider reports the move comes as President Joe B…
 
As more countries seek to phase in renewable energies, coal retains a firm grip in many parts of the world. In India, the picturesque state of Goa is set to become the country's new coal hub. China's plans to cut back on carbon emissions don't line up with its dependence on coal. And in London, activists can't agree on the best path to net-zero emi…
 
As more countries seek to phase in renewable energies, coal retains a firm grip in many parts of the world. In India, the picturesque state of Goa is set to become the country's new coal hub. China's plans to cut back on carbon emissions don't line up with its dependence on coal. And in London, activists can't agree on the best path to net-zero emi…
 
Matt and Derek discuss Wyoming's Republicans' fossil fuel persecution complex including Rep. Chuck Gray's embarrassing comments blaming wind turbines for Texas's power outages, and the sweetheart deal between the Department of Interior and Eagle Specialty Minerals in the Blackjewel bankruptcy.By solidarityhouse
 
Solid discourse with Conservative oilman Greg Kozera on jobs & fossil fuels. He says bringing jobs home is the beginning of reducing our carbon footprint. Greg Kozera speaks See full episodes here. Greg Kozera (www.shalecrescentusa.com) is the marketing director for Shale Crescent USA, a regional non-profit research and economic development organiz…
 
Lucas White, portfolio manager for resources and climate-change strategies at GMO big-oil is due for a big rally. He notes that while oil prices are up 20 percent in the last year, they are still well below pre-pandemic levels, which gives them the potential to register massive gains as the economy starts to shake off its pandemic slumber. Also on …
 
A new study has found that air pollution from fossil fuels was responsible for more than 8.7 million deaths globally in 2018. This death toll exceeds the combined total of people who die globally each year from smoking tobacco plus those who die of malaria. The study was published in the journal Environmental Research earlier this month. We talk wi…
 
Coming Up on The Science Revolution this week is Thom and Dr. Michael Mann on our fossil fuel addiction & how it's leading to “Bomb Cyclones” & Famines. If this week’s wild weather is a forecast of what’s to come, we need to get our carbon emissions under control quickly. As the Jet Stream to our north, and the Gulf Stream to our east continue to w…
 
Eighty percent of our energy comes from fossil fuels, which the Biden administration wants to phase out by 2025. Can the world economy as we know it survive without fossil fuels? Steve Forbes on the economic realities of converting to renewables, the required resources we often overlook and what it would take to replace fossil fuels. Steve Forbes s…
 
John Fetterman, Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania and candidate for United States Senate in 2022, joins Emma to talk about his fossil fuel pledge, running for Senate, whether he supports medicare for all, and more. We also discuss Rush Limbaugh's death and Joe Biden's town hall. On the fun half: Sam calls in re: Rush, Biden wants biracial commerc…
 
Acknowledgement of country //News //Liv Tualau joins the show to speak about Nursery for Community, a nursery adaptation project in Vanuatu. The project has been created as a response to climate change and natural disasters which have damaged the livelihoods of many across the island, impacting on food stock and food security. You can support the p…
 
Sam and Emma host Heather "Digby" Parton (@digby56) of Salon.con and Hullabaloo to discuss the Senate's efforts to pass Biden's $1.9T Covid relief bill, Cuomo's fall from grace, and other top stories of the week. And Andy Kindler (@AndyKindler) joins us in the fun half. On today's show: Sen. Ron Johnson delays Covid relief bill with bizarre visual …
 
This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including a new Tesla Solar Roof, the launch of the Chevy Bolt EV/EUV, the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo, and more. The Electrek Podcast is me, Fred Lambert, editor-in-chief of Electrek, and Seth Weintraub, founder and publisher of E…
 
At each of Whole Foods Market's more than 500 American stores, managers ask every team member—from the meat clerks to the baristas to the janitorial staff—to orient their work around a shared purpose, which is to make natural and healthy food widely available. This goal, according to Whole Foods CEO and co-founder John Mackey, is in no way inconsis…
 
The Biden Administration has just announced $51/ton "Social Cost of Carbon." On this week's Power Hour, Alex Epstein interviews David Kreutzer, Senior Economist at the Institute for Energy Research, about the many methodological and moral problems with this metric, including: - How the SCC overestimates negative climate impacts - How the SCC undere…
 
Six months after mass worldwide protests in support of racial justice, support continues to grow for a divestment from policing and prisons. Choosing Real Safety was collaboratively developed and authored by the Abolition Coalition and its allies. Over 250 organizations and over 3,000 individuals have signed on to support the declaration. We speak …
 
Sameer Samana, senior global market strategist for the Wells Fargo Investment Institute, says that the technical outlook for the market is good, and likely to stay that way with low rates and a long upward equity trend. He noted that investors are being selective right now, looking for the biggest returns in areas that can stand out from the pack i…
 
The wealth tax idea is back—watch out! Senator Elizabeth Warren just unveiled her latest version of a wealth tax. Its appeal is superficial, and it has serious flaws. Steve Forbes looks at the four major drawbacks of implementing a wealth tax, which would ultimately do more harm than good. Steve Forbes shares his What’s Ahead Spotlights each Tuesda…
 
The fight to curb Covid-19 has created a new divide between those who have had the vaccine and those who have not. The United States, The United Kingdom and other well off countries are on their way to immunizing their entire adult population. Yet dozens of less wealthy countries have yet to receive their first dose. This inequity is both a moral c…
 
It’s estimated illegal fishing now accounts for the capture of one in every five fish worldwide. It’s a massive problem. But the biggest threat to fish stocks comes not from illegal activity, but from mainstream fishing industries. In particular, the large national fishing fleets that traverse our oceans. A major international study of marine speci…
 
As countries worldwide scramble to vaccinate their citizens against the deadly COVID-19 pandemic, governments have to make the uncomfortable calculus of who deserves to get the vaccine right now. The ones who are spreading it the most? The ones in essential high-risk jobs? People over a certain age? That threshold is unclear and hotly contested. Wi…
 
Sam and Emma hosts Joshua Brewer (@JBrewerMe), an organizer at RWDSU (Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union) on workers' efforts to unionize at the Bessemer, Alabama fulfillment center. Then Eric Levitz (@EricLevitz) joins to discuss the Democrats' decision to limit who gets Covid relief checks in the $1.9T relief bill. On today's show: Mond…
 
We discuss the Neanderthals that are harming their citizen. Additionally, we examine Democratic insanity. Is this the age of social murder? Democratic Insanity Politics Done Right Live weekdays @ 3:00 PM Central Video Zoom: LINK — Live Calls: (346)248-7799 ID:254 0 9091 One wonders why Moderate and Centrist Democrats don’t understand our current po…
 
Nan Hildreth is a former peace activist turned environmentalist who is intent on promoting the KIVA.org microloan message. Nan Hildreth speaks See full episodes here. Nan Hildreth appeared on Politics Done Right to tell us about her support for the KIVA.org project she is supporting. She wants to provide solar lighting for people in Kenya. Hildreth…
 
On today's program: The executive director of Trying Together explains the state of the region’s child care industry, and how $303 million from the Wolf Administration could help; Environmental Health News found five southwestern Pennsylvania families were exposed to unhealthy levels of chemicals associated with oil and gas production; and how glit…
 
George Milling-Stanley, chief gold strategist at State Street Global Advisors, says that the recent blip in inflation isn't enough to send gold much higher soon, though it should have reminded investors of the precious metal's value as a hedge against inflation. He thinks that will be more valuable going forward, but said that there's still plenty …
 
Two years ago, we made an episode called “Cleantech Venture Capital Is Back.” After a decade in the wilderness, the world of climate tech has experienced a resurgence of investment and early-stage innovation. So much has happened since then -- an election, a stimulus, low interest rates, SPACs, corporate commitments, and an explosion of advocacy ar…
 
After a year of deaths and lockdowns people are ready to resume prepandemic normalcy. Covid-19 vaccines are working, consumer savings are at record levels and a new round of stimulus checks are on their way, but what happens when all this pandemic emergency money is spent? Is our economy headed for trouble? Steve Forbes on the economic slowdown tha…
 
Join us for this inspiring conversation with Guggenheim and MacArthur Fellow and award-winning graphic novelist Alison Bechdel and esteemed psychologist, psychoanalyst, and writer, Dr. Ken Corbett, as they discuss their personal reflections on the work of renowned British psychoanalyst, Donald W. Winnicott. Our guests consider how co-creating meani…
 
A letter signed by Naomi Klein, David Suzuki and Noam Chomsky, as well as a hundred other academics, activists and artists was delivered to Foreign Affairs Minister Marc Garneau’s office on Feb 25. It called on the federal government to stop propping up a repressive and corrupt dictatorship in Haiti, pointing out that for the past two years, Haitia…
 
Sam and Emma recap the top stories of the week including the voting rights cases before the Supreme Court and GOP efforts to further restrict voting rights across the country. On today's show: Biden says US will have enough supply to vaccinate every adult by end of May. What's in the Covid relief bill? The Strand moves Cuomo’s book from "notable" t…
 
A listener challenged a few of the subjects we cover. Let’s discuss whether we had an insurrection and whether racism is endemic. Insurrection, racism, and more. Politics Done Right Live weekdays @ 3:00 PM Central Video Zoom: LINK — Live Calls: (346)248-7799 ID:254 0 9091 This show belongs to all our listeners whether I agree with them or not. As s…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines Jill Gallagher, CEO of the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation speaks to Carly about the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System. The final report, released on Tuesday, highlights the catastrophic failures of the mental health system in Victoria. Jill speaks about VAC…
 
1. Growing food without growing emissions [min 1:04] Agriculture accounts for 10% of Canada’s (and the world’s) total climate pollution – thanks to methane emissions from animal manure, Nitrous oxide emissions from fertilizer, and Carbon dioxide emissions from machinery. Can a change in farming practices turn agriculture into a climate solution? Ka…
 
Joseph Brusuelas, chief economist for RSM, says the economy will boom in the next year or two in ways 'you haven't seen since the late Reagan Administration.' But even though the economy will fire on all cylinders, he says it will not return to the pre-pandemic status quo, with 'permanent economic scarring' in some sectors and in employment that co…
 
On today's program: Last year Pittsburgh saw the lowest number of businesses bankruptcies in 17 years, what does this mean for the pandemic-driven recession; fossil fuel advocates spoke to state representatives from both parties last week, highlighting disagreements about how to handle energy and climate change; and a local musician celebrates his …
 
In 2014, Shikeith Cathey came to Pittsburgh for an artist residency that would alter the course of his career. A few years later, the Philadelphia native – then gaining a national reputation – moved here. In 2021, he’s still in Pittsburgh, and still building a career that’s higher-profile than ever as he continues to explore Black male queer lives.…
 
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