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Speak Up For The Ocean Blue raises awareness of the variety of ocean science and conservation projects conducted all around the world. It educates you, the listener, on the different Ocean Conservation Projects that are happening around the world. By listening to our guests, I hope to inspire you to live an ocean-friendly life through their stories and the information I provide to guide you towards a living a life that will be healthy for the Ocean. On the podcast episodes, I discuss, sharks ...
 
Ocean Science Radio is a joint project between Andrew Kornblatt, founder and host of the Online Ocean Symposium, and Naomi Frances Farabaugh of FIU. Previous co-host was Samantha Wishnak, Digital Media Coordinator at Ocean Exploration Trust. The program will focus on and highlight the latest and greatest ocean science stories that the world has to offer.
 
Spend a few minutes with Rev. Kirk Lawton for insight and encouragement through the word of God. The longtime Chaplain for Ocean Lakes Family Campground has been an inspiration to thousands of campground guests from all over North America. Located on 310 oceanfront acres in Myrtle Beach, SC, Ocean Lakes is one of the largest family-owned campgrounds in the United States and has welcomed travelers for nearly 50 years. The non-denominational Church Service is held in the Recreation Center ever ...
 
Immerse yourself in the underwater world with Dive Stories. PADI presents monthly episodes sharing diving’s most inspirational characters and their narratives with the world. We’re talking scuba, freediving, underwater exploration, travel, conservation, and all things in and around the ocean. Join us as we seek adventure and save the ocean. Hosted by Ocean Allison.
 
Ocean Governance Podcast – a podcast about ocean governance research This podcast is dedicated to discussing recent publications from legal, social sciences and interdisciplinary journals dealing with ocean governance issues broadly construed. Being lawyers, we do this from a predominantly legal perspective but with a strong interest in the perspectives and contributions of other disciplines. The aim is to draw attention to interesting publications, hopefully to make them accessible and to s ...
 
SeaState is a monthly ocean industries podcast designed for active professionals. This entertaining and educational podcast covers a broad range of topics and features a leading line-up of industry experts as guests. As a must-hear extension to ON&T’s editorial agenda, SeaState addresses the breaking news and emerging trends in ocean technology, as well as discussing pioneering research, industry challenges and prospects for the future. This podcast series is hosted by Rhonda Moniz, an accom ...
 
The Leviathan Chronicles is a full cast audio drama about a race of immortals that have been secretly living in a hidden city called Leviathan, deep under the Pacific Ocean. For centuries, the utopian society has existed in peace, gently influencing world events on the surface. But soon, a civil war erupts between the immortals that wish to stay hidden, and those that want to integrate fully with the rest of mankind on the surface. A clandestine division of the CIA known as Blackdoor discove ...
 
So You Want to Be a Marine Biologist is your go-to resource if you've ever dreamed of exploring the ocean's depths, considered becoming a marine biologist, or want to learn more how to protect the world's oceans. This podcast dives into ocean science, conservation, sea stories, and explores ocean careers. Bring out your inner Jacques Cousteau, and discover the world beneath the waves.
 
Marine Scientist Rowan Henthorn and Journalist Aaron Ibanez speak to the movers, shakers and ocean explorers in this six part series of stories from the sea. Produced by environmental group Sustain Our Seas. Independently produced, not a Manx Radio production.
 
Galactic Driftwood is the favorite podcast of sentient beings from all known universes and beyond! Join us each episode for a raft of discussion on a cosmic ocean of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror topics, interviews with local-area genre-devotees, and insightful prognostication by our soothsayers of science fiction, our forecasters of fantasy and any other beings that happen to get caught in our gravity well.
 
We are an organisation trying to raise awareness and educate people on global issues, so everyone knows the simple things they can do to help make a change around the world. We raise awareness about Global Pollution, Plastic Pollution In The Ocean, Things Damaging The Environment, Living A More Eco-Friendly Life, Mental Health & Depression
 
The BiG Scuba Podcast is a new, independent podcast dedicated to all things diving and ocean related. Its hosted by two friends, Ian, and Gemma. Our aim is to provide a light hearted podcast for all levels of divers and also non-divers with a view to encouraging the non-divers to consider entering the water. We hope to bring you current dive and marine related news and information with the added BIG twist. Give us a listen and get inspired about all things scuba.
 
We love to talk travel so we're sharing this weekly travel podcast with you. We will tell you our recommendations, thoughts, tips, and suggestions about our favorite destinations including Walt Disney World, Universal Parks & Resorts, ocean and river cruising, and all-inclusive resorts. Listen in to hear the ins and outs for sights around the country and across the globe. Follow the MSTTW Blog on https://www.facebook.com/MainStreetToTheWorld/ or www.mainstreettotheworld.com. We are on YouTub ...
 
Separated by the Atlantic ocean, two friends spice up their social distance-mandated calls by discussing life’s greatest issues like "would you rather wrestle a bear or an alligator?", "would you rather taste things through your elbows or your ears?" and other pressing questions. However the biggest the question of all is, will their banter make it across the pond? Have a listen to find out, gain greater perspective with two more humans you didn’t know you shared this planet with and maybe e ...
 
Marine Mammal Science is a podcast covering some of the latest scientific research on marine mammals – whales and dolphins, polar bears, seals and sea lions, manatees and dugongs, and sea otters. The podcast is produced by Speak Up For Blue Media on behalf of the Society for Marine Mammalogy and the journal Marine Mammal Science. The host is Dr. Chris Parsons.
 
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I am joined by Dr. Steve Box from Rare who tells me about how their Fish Forever Program works with local communities (ex. Fisheries communities) around the tropics to work with them to change their behaviours through action and make their livelihoods more sustainable. They take cumulative actions through individual change. Rare uses a proven strat…
 
This week on World Ocean Radio: part twenty-one of the multi-part BLUEprint series. In this episode we introduce listeners to the concept of ocean mapping and the GEBCO Seabed 2030 project which promises to develop a high res 3d bathymetric map of the entire world ocean. And we share some new and exciting oceanographic research discoveries made by …
 
BEACON: Hymns & Traditions "Be Prepared" @ Ocean Grove Church January 17, 2021 OGC Senior Pastor: Rich Herbert Hendrickson OGC Worship Arts Pastor: George Scholes Robson 4 Anchored Children Ministries: Shanna Marie Lipp Anchored Student Ministries: Megan Elizabeth Faulkner OGC Communications: John Dennis Burnham Organist: Alyn Heim Soloist: Althea …
 
Pip Hare is currently sailing solo round the world in the Vendee Globe race, one of only a handful of women to attempt it. She speaks to the BBC’s Zoe Kleinman from the middle of the Indian Ocean, while preparing for a storm. We’ll hear about coping with isolation, the challenges of sleeping in 30 minute bursts, and why Pip was so committed to her …
 
The fourteenth episode of the Ocean Governance Podcast is dedicated to governance of the marine Arctic and its resources. To discuss this topic, Aron and David are joined by Gabriela Argüello who as a post doc at the School of Business Economics and Law at Gothenburg university studies Arctic governance from a legal and institutional perspective. T…
 
The team interviews Dr. Tiara Moore: environmental ecologist, diversity influencer, founder of A WOC Space, co-host of the We Danglin podcast, and co-founder of Black in Marine Science week about why and why the event came together and her experiences as a Black person in STEM. We also interview Romaric Moncrieffe, a master's student in the Aquacul…
 
Angelique Brathwaite is a coral biologist and co-founder of Blue Finance, an organization shaping the seascape around protected areas in the ocean. In today’s episode, we chat about what it’s like to be a coral reef scientist in the Caribbean, and what it takes to protect the ocean. Angelique also shares some of the instrumental local outreach she’…
 
Hey Folx, Travis Nielsen here. In addition to voicing The Porter and Carl S. Berg, I am also your friendly neighborhood D&SD podcast producer. The cast and crew here at D&SD have been talking, and we have realized that we have been leaving a lot of loose ends in the storyline of season one. As devoted nerdy-stuff fans ourselves, we know how much th…
 
Ian and Gemma chat to Shafraz Naeem. He is known to everyone as Shaff, started his diving career in 1994 and as a PADI Instructor and an ex-military dive instructor he has extensive knowledge of diving all over the Maldives. He trained the Maldivian Special Forces in diving. And has explored deep cave systems and exploring the deep reefs and caves …
 
Ah, the great outdoors and its many splendors... If you've ever wondered about whether it'd be better to be able to speak to plants or animals and BUGS, well... it's kind of a toss up, really! (Not really, but humour us.) Want to toss a coin into the tip jar? https://ko-fi.com/curriedchipsandpoutine [Intro and outro are courtesy of Pixabay.com, eve…
 
The new US president's plan to introduce a $15 minimum wage has sparked debate. Manuela Saragosa speaks to Allynn Umel, campaign director at the Fight for $15 campaign, about why a federal rise in wages is overdue. Jacob Vigdor, professor of public policy and governance at the University of Washington in Seattle, discusses the pros and cons of a wa…
 
Zach Schwarzbach is an attorney specializing in criminal defense. He worked as a Public Defender for 11 years. In 2019, Zach opened his own practice in Santa Cruz, where he has worked his entire career. He has tried dozen of cases in front of juries, representing humans from all walks of life, in all types of cases from misdemeanors to double homic…
 
Under the unprecedented strains of a global pandemic, the supply chain industry has had to respond to an e-commerce demand that may have changed the retail landscape forever. With such continuing retail climate volatility to contend with, what insights can suppliers and retails look to in order to better position their businesses? Nathan Schmies, V…
 
Reports this week talk of some BAME ethnic minorities being significantly less likely to take a covid vaccine if offered. Vittal Katikireddi and Tolullah Oni both sit on the SAGE ethnicity subgroup, and they discuss with Alex Lathbridge where the figures come from and quite what they might mean. And yet some of these same groups have suffered some …
 
The UK is three weeks out of the European single market and there have already been some teething problems. We hear from wine importer, Daniel Lambert and David Lindars of the British Meat Processors Association. Victoria Prentiss gives the government's view and we cross over to Belgium to hear from flower importer Kaat Baertsoen. Meanwhile, Sally …
 
SUBSCRIBE Innovative board builder, coach, father figure to countless youths, Ben Aipa passed away on January 15th due to complications suffered from a heart attack and Alzheimer's. Today we survey Ben's influence and celebrate the many benefits we enjoy thanks to his impact. Featuring interviews with Ben himself, Akila Aipa, Roger Hinds, Matt Calv…
 
Welcome to the newly renamed Main Street to the World Podcast where we will be talking everything travel each week. In this episode, are talking about quick service restaurants in Walt Disney World® The Main Street to the World Podcast is hosted by April Botta, Whitney Mattox, & Lynne Macolini. We are proudly sponsored by Coasters & Castles Travel.…
 
Biz Wallace (she/her) is a captain, artist, waterwoman, and activist. Originally from North Carolina, Biz has spent the last ten years sailing professionally around the world. She has a BA in Design from USC and holds her 100 ton USCG captains license, commercial able seaman endorsement, and is a certified lifeguard and rescue diver. She volunteers…
 
How the US is set to return to the fight against global warming. Justin Rowlatt speaks to Todd Stern, the US special envoy for climate change under Barack Obama, and to Rache Kyte, dean of the Fletcher School at Tufts University in the US, about plans to reverse the environmental policies of the Trump era. Christiana Figueres, who negotiated the Pa…
 
The documentation of the distribution of any ocean species is critical to knowing the health of the species global and regional populations. That is why the sighting of 3 beaked whales in the South China Sea by beaked whale experts was so important. It opened the possibility that the whales inhabit the Western Pacific Ocean. The individuals were ei…
 
Click to listen to episode (3:50) Sections below are the following: Transcript of Audio Audio Notes and Acknowledgments Images Sources Related Water Radio Episodes For Virginia Teachers (Relevant SOLs, etc.) Unless otherwise noted, all Web addresses mentioned were functional as of 1-15-21. TRANSCRIPT OF AUDIO From the Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic…
 
First... a brief comment on MLK weekend. Then... most of the reading we do day-in, day-out is reactive: The news of what just happened or the latest takes and opinions on the world. And that’s not necessarily bad. But what we have to be more intentional about to work into our diet is non-reactive reading: Reading that forms us, inspires us, or chal…
 
Amidst rising Covid infection levels, we're looking at one alarming threat to health services from Brazil to Egypt - a lack of medical oxygen. Hospitals have been reporting running out altogether, with some critical care patients dying as a result. Where does medical oxygen come from and what is the problem with its supply? Ed Butler hears from Mik…
 
Listener Charlotte has been rewatching “The Sopranos” and the punches keep hitting her ear. Why do Hollywood wallops sound so punched up? Foley artist and Emmy Award-winning sound editor Joanna Fang shares her punch recipe. Plus, do real-life investigators actually connect the dots with red string and thumbtacks? Retired FBI agent Jerri Williams so…
 
Covid-19 vaccine rollouts across the world demonstrate huge global health inequalities. Many countries in the global south are struggling to access one of the vaccines currently available around the world. That's despite a global facility called COVAX, set up under the auspices of the world health organisation, tasked with helping low and middle in…
 
A former fisher launched a local radio station in Pambna Island, India to keep the fishing community informed of marine issues, women's roles in fisheries, and remembering major fishing events. The radio station is effective because the messages are targeted to the local community, made up of mostly fishers, by a local community member. The fishers…
 
Hey Folx, Travis Nielsen here. In addition to voicing The Porter and Carl S. Berg, I am also your friendly neighborhood D&SD podcast producer. The cast and crew here at D&SD have been talking, and we have realized that we have been leaving a lot of loose ends in the storyline of season one. As devoted nerdy-stuff fans ourselves, we know how much th…
 
INTRODUCTION Ian and Gemma chat Autumn Blum. Autumn Blum, Founder and CEO of Stream2Sea. Stream2Sea was founded in 2015 in Wauchula, FL after a dive trip in Palau made CEO & Founder Autumn realize that the products we put on our bodies have many ingredients that could be highly toxic to our fragile aquatic ecosystem and even to us. Today, Stream2Se…
 
In this podcast, we speak with the very sophisticated and well-researched Tania Gay, owner and founder of 2ChicksGoingGreen, a platform spreading education on creating sustainable change. She truly aims to impact the world through helping people at home create positive change for the environment in their daily lives, “one change at a time”. In the …
 
In this episode, we talk with The Salvarians. The Salvarians is a brand built in India trying to plant trees all across the country as well as inspire and educate people to change their ways to make a difference around the world. In 50 minutes we talk about the environmental problems happening in India and the ways they want to fix them. You will a…
 
An explorative chat with PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer and Captain of Expedition Drenched, Nate Porter. Nate shares what it’s like to sail and dive around the world aboard his floating home, all about his journey pursuing a career as a dive professional, and his thoughts on the importance of seeking adventure and saving the ocean. To learn more, …
 
Onwards, from both the (wonderful) pun AND to the second episode of our second season! House flipping during lockdown? It's more possible than you think! (Kind of.) We channel our inner interior decorators this episode in the best way we can! Want to support us? Buy us a ko-fi! https://ko-fi.com/curriedchipsandpoutine Peruse our merch! https://www.…
 
Scientists, artists and some of the world’s biggest companies are carving up the visual spectrum, and claiming certain colours as their own, so who does have a right to use the colours of the rainbow? We explore the ongoing rift over the worlds “blackest black” Vantablack, which was created by engineering firm Surrey Nanosystems, and can only be us…
 
The key to protecting coral reefs or any ocean habitat is effective management, but you can't have effective management without good data that cover large areas. Oftentimes, your funding or the technology, or both will limit the monitoring program you need to develop the management strategy that you need to protect the Ocean. Coral habitats are no …
 
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In the new EU-UK deal, the UK is to be an associate member of the latest EU research funding round, known as Horizon Europe. Costing around £2bn to take part, what can UK scientists now do and what has changed? UKRI CEO Otteline Leyser and the Wellcome Trust EU specialist Beth Thompson discuss ways in which UK researchers are breathing a sigh of re…
 
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