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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.
 
A changing climate presents humanity with only one option: adapt. Join your host, Doug Parsons for America's leading podcast on climate change - America Adapts! Each episode, Doug sits down with scientists, activists, policymakers, and journalists to discuss the tough questions facing this country and the world as we confront humanity's greatest challenge. Question your assumptions, refresh your perspective, and become part of the climate movement that will determine our planet's future, rig ...
 
Lore is a bi-weekly podcast (as well as a TV show and book series) about dark historical tales. Each episode explores the mysterious creatures, tragic events, and unusual places that fill the pages of history. Because sometimes the truth is more frightening than fiction.
 
Welcome to Sea Change, a show about societal change in the digital age and how to make a bigger, faster and more inclusive impact in the world we live in. Subscribe now on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts! Do it today so you don't miss a single episode. Write to us at podcast@inthefieldindia.org
 
Vancouver's source for Urbanism, Insight, and Evolution. Hosted by Gordon Price, former Vancouver City Councillor and Director of the SFU City Program lecture series. Featuring interviews with leading players and emerging voices on issues of urban planning, architecture, housing, transportation, politics, culture, and public spaces.
 
The business, market, and ESG news, brought to you by experts, edited for humans. After more than two decades of experience as ESG company and market analysts and eight decades of experience in fact-based snark, we make business and investing news suck less for real people and the investor-curious.
 
When an oil executive goes missing aboard the deep-sea Atlas Station, the company sends agent Synøve Pan down for answers — and she’s just the woman to get them. Welcome to the Second Oil Age: a sci-fi podcast that transports listeners to a post–energy-crisis world in which humanity’s thirst for oil is satisfied through a bargain with a mysterious deep-sea species. Binge the entire season now!
 
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.
 
ASPN, a service of Coastal News Today, 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 thrive, no matter what you do on the coast. See the complete coastal landscape with ASPN and CNT and gain insight into the critical issues affecting the American shoreline. No other platform brings together so many cross-sectional coastal experts. We believe understanding the spectrum o ...
 
A master-class in personal and professional development, ultra-athlete, wellness evangelist and bestselling author Rich Roll delves deep with the world's brightest and most thought provoking thought leaders to educate, inspire and empower you to unleash your best, most authentic self. More at: https://richroll.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Many students come to an MBA from banking, consulting, or MNC backgrounds, but what about those that don’t? The Modern MBA podcast with Marie Kirwan and Kristen Rossi shares the stories of those transitioning from or using their MBAs in unorthodox MBA sectors including the arts, healthcare, not-for-profit, academia, and more.
 
The Marine Conservation Happy Hour is a podcast that looks at the many different sides of Marine Science and Conservation in an informal setting - a during a pub Happy Hour, chatting casually over a few (or more) drinks. The show is co-hosted by Andrew Lewin, @Craken_McCraic, and @DrScarlettSmash. Everyone is a marine scientist who is passionate about the Ocean, marine mammals (whales, seals, dolphins, porpoises, polar bears and more), sharks and other fish, invertebrates (especially squid & ...
 
The award-winning Curiosity Daily podcast from Curiosity.com will help you get smarter about the world around you — every day. In less than 10 minutes, you’ll get a unique mix of research-based life hacks, the latest science and technology news, and more. Discovery's Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer will help you learn about your mind and body, outer space and the depths of the sea, and how history shaped the world into what it is today.
 
The Autopod Decepticast is a minute-by-minute breakdown of the one true Transformers movie from 1986. From the opening production logos to the final credit, each episode delivers an analysis of a single minute of movie screen time. We'll cram as many relevant facts, trivia, and inside-information as possible in the discussion of each movie minute. This is an 85-ish episode funventure, with new content being launched every Sunday.
 
Keep up with the latest scientific developments and breakthroughs in this award winning weekly podcast from the team at New Scientist, the world’s most popular weekly science and technology magazine. Each discussion centers around three of the most fascinating stories to hit the headlines each week. From technology, to space, health and the environment, we share all the information you need to keep pace.
 
The Tech Fugitives, Kyle Scarmardo and Mark Tierney, leverage their 55+ years of technology experience, vast humor and whit to simplify tech news into funny and informative bits to help you stay up to speed! We cover relevant topics and provide insight into how it can affect Enterprise IT and more. We also enjoy impersonating tech moguls such as Elon Musk, Jeff Bezzos, and of course our favorite critic The Spirit of Steve Jobs! We simplify the most complex content into simple entertaining ne ...
 
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 ...
 
Welcome to the Mad in America podcast, a new weekly discussion that searches for the truth about psychiatric prescription drugs and mental health care worldwide. This podcast is part of Mad in America’s mission to serve as a catalyst for rethinking psychiatric care. We believe that the current drug-based paradigm of care has failed our society and that scientific research, as well as the lived experience of those who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder, calls for profound change. ...
 
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We believe every month is ocean month, but each year the American Shoreline Podcast Network, along with the broader ocean community, spends the month of June amplifying messaging about ocean and coastal issues to raise awareness and ramp up stewardship and action in honor of National Ocean Month. This is why we've decided to call June National Ocea…
 
We are on the brink of the hottest months of the year. For those of us in California this means getting ready for the nuisance of rolling blackouts, as the power grid gets stretched beyond its capacity. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak to Sammy Roth of the Los Angeles Times about the ongoing challenge to transform electricity in the nation's…
 
We are on the brink of the hottest months of the year. For those of us in California this means getting ready for the nuisance of rolling blackouts, as the power grid gets stretched beyond its capacity. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak to Sammy Roth of the Los Angeles Times about the ongoing challenge to transform electricity in the nation’s…
 
Michelle Funk is the Unit Head of the Policy, Law, and Human Rights at the Department of Mental Health and Substance Use at the World Health Organization. She has created and leads the WHO Quality Rights Initiative that aims to assess and improve human rights standards in existing services and advance the full implementation of the UN Convention on…
 
The Alternative Democracy Special! Proxy voting weirdness! Plus, Matt Makes incredulity that the Exxon vote was actually a "sea change". The consensus investor dissent pick was an ex-oil executive who spearheaded funding AGAINST climate regulation for over a decade… that’s called status quo.By Free Float Media
 
“Det tager en landsby at opfostre et barn”, sådan fortæller Betina Horsager med glæde i øjenene. Betina og kæresten er nemlig flyttet i et familie bofællesskab sammen med deres to børn og tre andre børnefamilier. Men hvordan er det egentlig at bo i sådan et fællesskab? Hvordan håndterer man børneopdragelse, venskaber, praktiske pligter og emotionel…
 
An international team of authors from 18 institutions has recently published a paper in the journal Nature that offers a solution that addresses several of humanity’s most pressing problems at the same time. The paper provides a comprehensive assessment of where strict ocean protection can contribute to a more abundant supply of healthy seafood, he…
 
On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham are joined by guest host Taylor Goelz (host of ASPN's Ocean Decade Show! and Program Manager of the Shipping Decarbonization Initiative at The Aspen Institute) to discuss the exciting future trends of maritime shipping decarbonization. Joining the show is Bryan Comer, the Marine Program Lead…
 
Grand narratives of history are woven around pivotal moments, and it’s just possible that when the history of this period is written, 26 May 2021 will be one of them. A little under a month ago, Royal Dutch Shell got told in no uncertain terms by a Dutch court to stop Royally Ducking up the Planet. Specifically, it got what in legal parlance is kno…
 
May the Jubilee be with you! In honor of Juneteenth, Francesca invites labor strategist and host of Black Work Talk, Steven Pitts to talk about the importance and limitations of the newest federal holiday. Plus comedian Maggie Maye on Ted Cruz outdoing himself by equating critical race theory to the KKK, and the conservative Tik Tok personality who…
 
On June 19, 1865, just after the end of the Civil War, Union General Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, Texas and read General Order No. 3 informing Texas slaves that the Emancipation Proclamation had been signed two and a half years earlier by President Lincoln. June 19th has long been referred to as "Juneteenth" in the African-American communit…
 
Our gardens can provide a lifeline to bees, and this week David Maxwell and his guests will be exploring how we can make them the perfect place for these precious pollinators. Also on the programme, getting the cottage garden look; David visits Cherry Townsend’s garden in Islandmagee. And why a garden by the sea can create opportunities; Helen Mark…
 
In World War II, a secret department of British ‘corkscrew thinkers’ hatched a plan to use the cadaver of an unclaimed homeless man to turn the tide of the war in the Allies’ favor. It worked. Learn all about it in this classic episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
In 1974, Australian concert producer Robert Raymond got the gig of his life – organising the comeback tour of his musical idol, Frank Sinatra. The anticipation in Australia was huge and the tour sold out immediately. But when his opening night performance caused a scandal, Sinatra found himself caught in a stand-off… and Robert Raymond had the bigg…
 
IN THIS EPISODE: Canadian sea kayaking coach and Greenland style kayaking instructor James Manke talks about his personal struggle to overcoming fear of the water when learning how to roll, participating in the 2014 Greenland National Kayaking Championships with fellow Canadian James Roberts and shooting a documentary about it, and his experiences …
 
On this episode Ed and Ken share thoughts on pulse five years later. Later Ed and Ken talk about Howl-O-Scream coming to SeaWorld Orlando. Before That Ed and Ken talk about what to expect before getting on a Carnival cruise. Recording Date: JUN 08, 2021 at home Broadcast Date: JUN 11, 2021 at the WPRK Studios in […] The post Ep. 274-The Book of Ken…
 
Learn the easiest way to forgive and forget; whether human fossils can produce oil; and what bees yell when surprised. The forgetting part of "forgive and forget" is easier when you forgive emotionally by Kelsey Donk Here’s The Best Way To Forgive And Forget. (2021, May 4). Research Digest. https://digest.bps.org.uk/2021/05/04/heres-the-best-way-to…
 
Most of the world’s activity in renewable energy is focused on solar and wind power. The use of both is expanding rapidly. But there is also marine energy to be exploited. Ocean waves and tidal movements hold huge amounts of energy. Estimates are that the European Union could get 15% of its power from marine sources. But ocean energy is currently e…
 
The Coelacanth is a fish that continues to surprise the scientific community. Originally thought to be extinct, the living fossil was "rediscovered" after being caught in 1938 off the coast of Africa. The surprises continue today after scientists found out that Coelacanths don't live until 20 as originally thought. They live up to 100 years. Listen…
 
The delta variant of covid-19 has torn across India, and is making its way around the globe, forcing the extension of lockdown measures in the UK. The team explores its spread, and also digs into findings showing that “elimination countries” - those which enacted swift and extreme lockdown measures - have fared better across the board in the health…
 
Nasa scientists have observed that the Earth’s energy imbalance has doubled in just 15 years. As greenhouse gas atmospheric concentrations have risen, so too has the difference between the total amount of energy being absorbed from the sun, and the total amount being reradiated back into space. Meanwhile, as we all heat up, scientists at the LIGO G…
 
As the only female Category-A International Arbiter in Asia, Shohreh Bayat has represented Iran at chess tournaments all around the world. That position came with a big responsibility and a lot of rules as to what she could and could not do and more importantly, wear.In Iran, the law requires women to wear modest "Islamic" clothing. This requiremen…
 
Hey, Second Oil Age fans! We know you enjoy history, so we think you'll love After the Revolution. Check out the trailer and see for yourself! About After the Revolution: A fiction podcast, based on the new novel 'After the Revolution' by Robert Evans. After The Revolution is set fifty years in the future, in a Texas wracked by civil war. We follow…
 
If you’ve heard only one thing about climate change, it might be that sea levels are rising, and many of the Earth’s islands and coastlines are at risk. But, why? In this episode of TILclimate (Today I Learned: Climate), Professor James Renwick of Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand joins host Laur Hesse Fisher to break down the scienc…
 
Learn about “digital body language” guidelines and how scientists brought multiple molecules into the same quantum state. Additional resources from Erica Dhawan: Pick up "Digital Body Language: How to Build Trust & Connection No Matter the Distance" from your local bookstore: https://www.indiebound.org/book/9781250246523 Website: https://ericadhawa…
 
A carbon sink is anything that absorbs more carbon from the atmosphere than it releases. Examples of carbon sinks include the ocean, soil, and plants. In contrast, a carbon source is anything that releases more carbon into the atmosphere than it absorbs. Volcanic eruptions and burning fossil fuels are two examples. Forests are among the most import…
 
Christian Clot is an explorer who travels to the world's most inhospitable places to try and survive. But recently, he worked with scientists on something a little different. Christian took 14 others into a cavernous cave system in south-western France to see what happens to humans' perception of time in the absence of clocks and natural light. The…
 
Our own Tim Staples discusses the Catholic claim that there is no salvation outside the Church? How are we to understand this truth, and what does it mean for those who do not enter the Church?Cy Kellett:Can we settle this once and for all? Is there or is there not salvation outside the Catholic Church? Tim Staples next.Hello and welcome again to F…
 
Learn why your mom calls you your sibling’s name; why pollen isn’t just plant sperm; and what really causes sore muscles. If Your Mom Calls You Your Sibling’s Name, It Means She Loves You Both by Joanie Faletto Trudeau, M. (2017, January 16). When The Brain Scrambles Names, It’s Because You Love Them. NPR.org. https://www.npr.org/sections/health-sh…
 
Samantha Andrews is a marine ecologist, naturalist, professional science communicator, and founder of Ocean Oculus, a one-woman endeavour, supporting scientists, researchers, companies, NGOS, stakeholders, and everything in-between discover more about - and take better care of - this pale blue dot we call home. In today’s episode Samantha shares ho…
 
The global coffee market is valued at over $450 billion a year and supports the economies of several tropical countries. About 100 million farmers depend upon coffee for their livelihoods. Coffee bushes grow best in a narrow range of temperatures. The existing coffee market is dominated by two species Coffea arabica and Coffea canephora, the latter…
 
The UK government responded to reports that 97% of their Marine Protected areas had allowed trawlers to fish in the areas where the major goals of the MPA were to protect the seabed making the MPA ineffective. The response was to add High Protected Marine Areas in a pilot scheme next year for 5 ocean areas. It sounds great, but many critiques would…
 
In this episode, host Admiral Tim Gallaudet explores Tourism & Recreation, major components of the America’s Blue Economy. Our topics will include such cool coastal activities as surfing, sailing, boating, diving, foiling, and fishing, as well as ocean and coastal conservation which is essential to sustaining the beauty and health of these special …
 
69-year-old Sharon Lavigne has six children and 12 grandchildren and, by her own admission, has never been one for public speaking. She has lived in St James Parish in Louisiana her whole life. It's located along an 85-mile stretch of the Mississippi between New Orleans and Baton Rouge with the undesirable nickname 'cancer alley'. Sharon says she h…
 
When you get a bunch of artistic types together into a community – aka, the art world – some intrigue and mystery are bound to arise. Listen in as Chuck and Josh cover strangeness around Van Gogh, Caravaggio, Raphael, and Vermeer – plus don’t miss Hilter! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Today on The Modern MBA podcast we're speaking with the founder of MBASchooled.com, Al Dea. After working as a consultant with Deloitte Al decided to pursue an MBA and pivoted into Tech as a product manager with Salesforce. He talks about the skills he gained as a consultant, why he did an MBA and a bit about his entrepreneurial venture MBASchooled…
 
Learn why there could be stars made of antimatter. Plus: author Paul Greenberg’s tips to reduce your carbon footprint. There could be stars made of antimatter in our galaxy by Briana Brownell NASA - JSC Engineering - Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer. (2013). Nasa.gov. https://www.nasa.gov/centers/johnson/engineering/projects/alpha_magnetic_spectrometer/…
 
The lifecycle of sea turtles includes a longstanding mystery, often called the “lost years”. Turtles hatching from nests along Florida’s Atlantic coast head into the ocean and are generally not seen again for several years before they return in their adolescence. Very little is known about where they spend this time in the open ocean. Researchers a…
 
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