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Close to Death is a podcast that profiles people who spend every day working with the dead and dying. Sound depressing? It isn’t. Sound creepy? It can be! From death doulas to crime scene cleaners, obituary writers to taxidermists, human composting farms to witches who talk to the dead, these death experts have seen it all. In each episode, with the help of comedians and reporters, we’ll hear their stories and find out what they have learned about life by working with death. Hosted by Utkars ...
 
Tune in each week as the American Enterprise Institute's James Pethokoukis interviews economists, business leaders, academics and others on the most important and interesting issues of the day. You can find all episodes at AEI, Ricochet, and wherever podcasts are downloaded, and look for follow-up transcripts and blog posts at
 
In 1973, David Kushner's 11-year-old older brother Jon biked through a suburban Florida forest to buy candy for his little brother, and never returned. Decades later, now an accomplished journalist and author, Kushner investigates his brother’s case and the profound impact it had on his family and community. Piecing together police reports, interviews, and the memories of loved ones––David tells the story of what happened to his family and his town, after his brother disappeared. Credits: Je ...
 
Kathleen Goldhar was so happy her friend Arya had finally found someone after a bad divorce. Mordechai Horowitz seemed perfect. Smart. Rich. Creative. But like so many things that seem to be perfect - it was too good to be true. Credits: Jessica Grimshaw- For USG Audio Josh Bloch- For USG Audio Jennifer Sears- For USG Audio Kathleen Goldhar- Host, Executive Producer, Producer Stuart Coxe- Executive Producer Michelle Shephard- Producer Alexis Green- Associate Producer Abhi Rahaja- Associate P ...
 
Kareem Maddox is a professional 3x3 basketball player and a lifelong fan of the Olympics, and he’s spent the last year exploring one question: What does it mean to be an Olympian? The Greatness with Kareem Maddox features athletes from different countries, different sports, and different decades. They share their Olympic dreams, what happens off the field, and what the Olympics mean to all of us. Credits: Josh Bloch- For USG Audio Jessica Grimshaw- For USG Audio Jennifer Sears- For USG Audio ...
 
Welcome to Therapy Team Talk, the podcast to get Australian paediatric therapists talking together to progress clinical excellence and best lives for children. Our presenters are allied health industry specialists who have a wealth of clinical wisdom, curious minds and who love a chat. They will showcase wonderful guests and share their thoughts on many and varied paediatric therapy topics. As with the entire Therapy Team Talk program, every episode has a specific clinical topic and are conv ...
 
“New Ice City” is a weekly podcast hosted by Vincent Mercogliano, New York Rangers beat reporter and NHL analyst for the USA TODAY Network. Each episode will feature Vince’s insights on the latest news and rumblings surrounding the Blueshirts, as well as interviews with an array of guests from the hockey world. Download and subscribe on any platform where you find your podcasts, or by visiting lohud.com/rangers.
 
Hosted by journalist Josh Bloch (“Uncover: Escaping NXIVM”), THE LOST KIDS dives deep into the search for a missing teen, uncovering the dark and twisted business of tough-love programs for “troubled teens” and their ties to one of America's most dangerous cults. Credits: Jessica Grimshaw- For USG Audio Jennifer Sears- For USG Audio Josh Bloch- Executive Producer, Host, Producer Kathleen Goldhar- Executive Producer, Producer Amanda McPhillips- Executive Producer Stuart Coxe- Executive Produc ...
 
A daughter's call to police about memories of her mother's alleged crime triggers a year-long investigation into a cult, the disappearance of a child and a murder. THE FOLLOWERS: HOUSE OF PRAYER is hosted by journalist Leila Day and former prosecutor and investigative journalist Beth Karas (“Unspeakable Crime: The Killing of Jessica Chambers”) reports on the story. New episodes of the podcast from UCP Audio will drop weekly beginning March 3rd. Credits: Jessica Grimshaw- For USG Audio Jennif ...
 
ASPN is the platform for top minds in coastal and ocean business, policy, science, and advocacy. With ASPN, you'll be better prepared, better informed, and better equipped to adapt and thrive, no matter what you do on the coast. Hear the complete coastal conversation with ASPN, a service of Coastal News Today. No other platform brings together so many cross-sectional coastal experts. We believe understanding the spectrum of coastal issues and interests is the key to truly thriving on the Ame ...
 
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This week, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk about the volcanoes of Hawaii with Dr. Matthew Patrick, a research geologist at the USGS operated Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO), which monitors the active volcanoes in Hawaii, assesses their hazards, issues warnings, and advances scientific understanding to reduce impacts of volcanic eru…
 
Current policies, risk management practices, emergency preparedness, and scientific research interests are often shaped by the effects of past events. However, our past experiences and current methodologies may not prepare us for low probability events that have the potential to affect our natural, built, and social environments. This is especially…
 
On this special rebroadcast, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk to Dr. Frederick Steiner, Dean of the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design. Dr. Steiner is at the vanguard of resiliency thinking and is also the author of Design with Nature Now, a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Ian McHarg’s seminal book, Design wit…
 
Join the 6th episode of North Coast Chronicles: Tales from the Great Lakes. This month, we venture into "The Silent Watchkeepers - Lighthouses of the Great Lakes" with Mr. Wayne Sapulski, resident historian with the Great Lakes Lighthouse Keepers Association and author of "Lighthouses of Lake Michigan" and "Great Lakes Lighthouses/American and Cana…
 
When we think of infrastructure, roads and bridges are among the first things that come to mind. But over the past decade, massive investments in warehouse-scale data centers constitute a new kind of infrastructure build up. And that cloud computing infrastructure might be the beginning of a new economic revolution. My guest today is Mark Mills, an…
 
Episode 50 of the "New Ice City" podcast features six-time champion and recent Hockey Hall of Fame inductee Kevin Lowe, who stops by to tell some of his favorite stories from the New York Rangers' run to the Stanley Cup in 1994. Plus, host Vincent Mercogliano discusses the latest Rangers' news, including Dryden Hunt's promotion to the top line, Nil…
 
Join Rising Sea Voices’ host Felicia Olmeta-Schult and Dr. Tiara Moore, environmental ecologist and postdoctoral researcher at The Nature Conservancy, to learn more about environmental DNA (eDNA) and the struggles of being a young black woman in marine science. In this episode, the upbeat Tiara explains falling in love with the ocean and its inhabi…
 
In this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, be on the lookout for the beautiful “Celebration Gator” float! We were inspired by this reptilian replica to record a riveting episode celebrating Louisiana’s most iconic animal. We’re joined by Dr. Andy Nyman, Professor, Wetland Wildlife Ecology at LSU and talk about the alligators, coastal restoratio…
 
On this week's episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham reflect on the coverage of COP26 with Nadiah Rosli, a freelance journalist and conservation communicator based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Nadiah was part of the coordinating team under this year's Climate Change Media Partnership Program which brought 22 journalists from developing co…
 
On this episode of Shorewords!, join host Lesley Ewing in conversation with Shannon Cunniff, past Director of Coastal Resilience with Environmental Defense Fund, geographer and director of ASPBA, as she discusses her experience with and hopes for “getting people to partner with plants”. The discussion ranges from options for living shorelines and s…
 
Episode 49 of the "New Ice City" podcast delves into the improvements the New York Rangers have shown in the past week and what's been most impressive about their 10-3-3 start. Plus, goalie expert Kevin Woodley joins the show to discuss Igor Shesterkin becoming one of the best in the NHL and host Vincent Mercogliano answers questions about replacin…
 
Eva sits down with two guests this week to discuss ocean plastic, its impacts, and how to tackle this environmental hurdle. Adam Frederick is the Assistant Director for Education at Maryland Sea Grant; he discusses his work in hands-on science curricula that raises awareness of microplastic pollution in classrooms from Baltimore County to European …
 
De-extincted woolly mammoths, genetically engineered livestock, and transgenic crops: Are biologists opening a Pandora’s box that will lead to the further destruction of the natural world? In this episode of “Political Economy,” Beth Shapiro joins the podcast to discuss that question, explain the latest discoveries in synthetic biology, and explore…
 
In this month's episode of the American Blue Economy Podcast, our host Admiral Tim Gallaudet guides us on the topic of coastal resilience We look at ways to achieve coastal resilience and how that contributes to the American Blue Economy by protecting communities and businesses. Our coasts are subject to a range of challenges, including those assoc…
 
On this episode of Delta Dispatches, Jacques Hebert and Simone Maloz talk to Elizabeth Chamberlain, Assistant Professor, Wageningen University, about her career as a coastal geologist. Liz got her start at LSU and Tulane researching the Mississippi River Delta and has gone on to study deltas around the world. She joins Jacques and Simone to discuss…
 
Join host, Jenna Valente, and her guest, Whit Jones, for a special Veteran’s Day episode of the Sea Change Podcast. Whit is the South Carolina Operations Director for Wounded Nature-Working Veterans, an organization founded by veterans and provides veterans, boaters, and community volunteers, the opportunity to make a real environmental difference …
 
Episode 48 of the "New Ice City" podcast dives into some of the troubling trends for the New York Rangers and why they need to make corrections despite their 7-3-3 record. Plus, Hartford Wolf Pack play-by-play voice Alex Thomas joins the show to discuss how some of the Rangers' top prospects are performing in the AHL and host Vincent Mercogliano an…
 
On the heels of a summer of billionaire space flights and William Shatner’s recent rocket trip, some Americans are echoing old arguments about the wastefulness of space exploration. Alongside this controversy, massive declines in launch costs and a burgeoning space economy have renewed interest in manned missions to the Moon and Mars. In today’s ep…
 
In this episode of Going Coastal, Amanda Tritinger, PhD and Laura Verderame, PhD join co-hosts Jon and Heather to discuss transitioning from the comforts of grad school life to the relative unknown of the real world. Amanda, is a Research Hydraulic Engineer at US Army Corps of Engineers Engineering Research and Development Center and Laura is a Cat…
 
On this episode, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham welcome Tamara Kahn to the show to announce ASPN's newest addition, Wave Makers, a show about the blue tech frontier. Before diving into promoting the incredible innovations of the ocean and water industry, Tamara spent a decade ocean bound for weeks at a time, working with state-of-the-art geophy…
 
This month, the "acronym-of-the-month" is back, and Taylor questions her hip-ness during this month's episode of The Ocean Decade Show. Sustainable Ocean Alliance (SOA)'s CEO and founder Daniela Fernandez and Taylor cover the role of entrepreneurs in the ocean space, the importance of youth voices and innovation in ocean policy conversations, how S…
 
Episode 47 of the "New Ice City" podcast dives into what we've learned about the New York Rangers through the first 10 games of the 2021-22 NHL season, with Shayna Goldman of Sportsnet and The Athletic joining the show to discuss analytical trends. Plus, host Vincent Mercogliano offers his takes on Adam Fox's contract extension, Vitali Kravtsov's l…
 
Geologic slip rates represent time-averaged fault displacement and are a handy metric to define a fault's activity. Useful as they are, slip rates aggregate numerous earthquakes that have occurred between field-based observation points, which are typically dated offset geomorphic features (e.g. stream channels or terrace risers). This means that ti…
 
World’s Fairs hosted in American cities, like Chicago in 1893 and New York in 1964, are remembered as odes to progress. The United States showcased its prowess on the world’s stage and exhibitions awed visitors with the latest technological marvels. But America hasn’t hosted a World’s Fair in nearly 40 years. In this episode, Charles Pappas explore…
 
On this months episode, Howard and Dan will share the insider scoop on the Coastal Barrier Resources Act, and the reauthorization of expiring beach projects. In addition, they’ll break down what’s in store for the coast in Biden's latest Build Back Better proposal and talk Public Private Partnerships with the Corps now that a final agreement for th…
 
This week on Delta Dispatches, Jacques and Simone chat with friend of the show Helen Rose Patterson, senior outreach coordinator with the National Wildlife Federation (NWF). She’s here to talk about NOLA River Fest 2021, happening this week! Don’t miss the virtual panels covering a range of interesting topics concerning the Mississippi River: https…
 
On this show, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk to Dr. Joyeeta Bhattacharya about Paleoceanography, the study of the ancient oceans. There is a new interest in Earth's ancient oceans, which underwent temperature and chemical changes similar to those now anticipated to occur as atmospheric CO2 increases. Dr. Bhattacharya currently studie…
 
Genevieve and Kyra are joined by their first guests this week. They discuss Local Ecological Knowledge and get an insight into North Carolina Fisheries research being conducted by their peers and colleagues Samantha Farquar and Andrew McMains, both working on their PhDs at East Carolina University. Samantha discusses working with local NC fishers t…
 
The Biden administration is pushing forward its legislative agenda with the Build Back Better program, and Democrats have a number of tax proposals to pay for it. Looking to the largest corporations and the wealthiest Americans, congressional Democrats are constrained by President Biden’s pledge not to raise taxes on Americans earning less than $40…
 
Episode 46 of the "New Ice City" podcast features reaction to the New York Rangers' first seven games and some of the inconsistencies that have surfaced. Plus, Seattle Kraken beat reporter Ryan S. Clark joins the show to discuss the NHL's new expansion team and host Vincent Mercogliano offers behind-the-scenes insight into Gerard Gallant's team mee…
 
Relative crustal motions along active faults generate earthquakes, and repeated earthquake cycles build mountain ranges over millions of years. However, the long-term summation of elastic, earthquake-related deformation cannot produce the deformation recorded within the rock record. Here, we provide an explanation for this discrepancy by showing th…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has interrupted supply chains and disrupted the US economy. Production levels are back on track, but the labor force participation rate has remained stagnant since the summer of 2020. And millions of Americans are quitting their jobs in a labor market that was already facing a shortage of workers. What’s going on with this “Gr…
 
Join Rising Sea Voices’ host Felicia Olmeta-Schult and Dr. Delphine Lobelle, physical oceanographer and post-doctoral researcher at Utrecht University in The Netherlands, to talk microplastics! In this episode, Delphine explains what microplastics are and her work on computer simulations that estimate where microplastics will end up in the ocean. I…
 
On this jam-packed episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham begin by talking to Sally Bakko, a recently appointed (by Governor Abbott) board member of the Gulf Coast Protection District (GCPD) who also serves as the Director of Policy and Government Relations for the City of Galveston. Sally explains the purpose of the GCPD, which was crea…
 
On the fifth episode of North Coast Chronicles: Tales from the Great Lakes, entitled, "The Great Portage of 1829," historian Bel Bachmann and trade and compliance specialist with the Canadian St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation, Benoit Nolet, join host Helen Brohl to share the origins, construction, and operation of the Welland Canal. Provid…
 
Episode 45 of the "New Ice City" podcast features Rangers defenseman Patrik Nemeth discussing his adjustment to New York, his partnership with Nils Lundkvist and a golfing incident with Ryan Strome. Plus, host Vincent Mercogliano assesses the Rangers' first four games of the 2021-22 season, the decision to put Artemi Panarin and Mika Zibanejad on t…
 
The word “order” evokes images of top-down structure and planning. Yet, in the absence of central control, economies almost seem to operate like machines — a concept economists call “emergent order.” How do systems of order emerge? And how can we benefit from the unplanned organization they create? Today, Neil Chilson joins “Political Economy” to e…
 
This month on The American Blue Economy Podcast, our host Admiral Tim Gallaudet covers climate change - how climate change is impacting the American Blue Economy through warming oceans, ocean acidification, sea level rise, and other effects. He will also discuss what can be done about it. Beginning with an introduction by Senator Sheldon Whitehouse…
 
On today’s episode, Jacques talks with Steve Cochran, who has served as Campaign Director of the Restore the Mississippi River Delta (MRD) for the last six years, about some developments within the coalition. After successfully leading the MRD team, Steve is moving on to assume a new role leading state affairs within Environmental Defense Fund and …
 
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