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Updated On: Nov 04, 2023
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Kiss That World Podcast | Sustainability + Conservation + Environmentalism Inspiring sustainable living for the everyday environmentalist. KTW delivers stories, lessons + actionable tips from the world's leading environmentalists, scientists, explorers, + entrepreneurs.
New Books in Environmental Studies Interviews with Environmental Scientists about their New Books
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Exploring Environmental History Exploring Environmental History is the podcast about human societies and the environment in the past.
The Environmental Breakdown Are you suffering from climate change induced existential dread? So are we! But there’s a lot to be hopeful about. Our environment is breaking down, creating headlines that are giving us mental breakdowns of our own. Courtney Small & Tyler da Luz are your climate change therapists, and with our expert guests we break down the environmental news of the week, cool solutions being deployed, common misconceptions and how to be more sustainable in our everyday lives (but not be insufferable about it). We promise, it’s only sort of depressing! So when your CBD oils, crystals, palo santo incense, meditation breaks and yoga retreats aren’t calming your climate anxiety, we’re here for you. The Environmental Breakdown is— Climate change, but make it wellness! Inquiries: [email protected]: @environmentalbreakdown
Environmental Experts Radio Join Liberty Environmental’s experts in discussing topics of current interest in the environmental field, as they affect business and industry. This podcast is an informative and engaging discussion about environmental challenges by specialists in environmental due diligence, site remediation, air quality, regulatory compliance, natural resources, and other areas.
Environmental Evolutions Environmental Evolutions explores, with host Megan Berge and expert guests, emerging areas and recent developments in environmental law and policy.

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Regeneration This is a collection of podcasts focused on the topic of Regeneration, Sustainability and Climate Activism. Care More Be Better: Social Impact, Sustainability + Regeneration Now
Sustainable energy The one thing that the pandemic has taught us is that our earth and climate are so vulnerable and precarious. We feature several businesses that innovate and bring sustainable solutions to the consumer. Mindful Businesses
The Seaspiracy Effect Featuring Paul Watson, Cyrill Gutsch, and a take from Andy Sharpless Our Epic Ocean with Rich German
Epic Women of The Ocean These are the epic women who help to conserve and save our oceans Our Epic Ocean with Rich German
Stories From The Sea We've put together this playlist celebrating the scientists, artists, surfers, and ocean-lovers around the world to spotlight their remarkable accomplishments and life stories. Listen in to learn fascinating facts about deep-sea life, new action plans for protecting marine environments, and steps that you can take to help keep our oceans a little bit safer. Enjoy! Vurbl Scientific Stories, News and Lessons

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40 Die Ratten der Lüfte sind reinliche Tiere Eleonora hat nach ihrem Biologiestudium in Hamburg bis 2021 in Hannover Tiermedizin studiert, arbeitet nun in einer Kleintier- und Vogelpraxis und hat sich sogar schon vor dem Tiermedizinstudium dem Tierschutz von Tauben gewidmet. In Hannover hat sie 2016 den ehrenamtlich arbeitenden Verein "Netzwerk Taubenrettung Hannover" mitgegründet. Sie erzählt uns, was überhaupt eine Stadttaube genau ist, welche Gefahren im Dschungel Stadt auf diese Vögel lauern, mit welchen Vorurteilen sie belastet sind und natürlich was jede/r  dagegen tun kann. Ihr könnt lernen wie man eine Taube fängt und was es, passenderweise kurz vor Ostern, mit dem Eier-Tausch auf sich hat.
Wenn ihr noch mehr über den Taubenverein wissen oder mithelfen möchtet, dann findet ihr hier weitere Infos:
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Keoke brings a human centered approach to design and to business management so that unserved populations can participate. Participant’s flagship product is Cub, an all terrain wheelchair for children with Cerebral Palsy.

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Aaron Tate Wimberley is the Global Managing Director of Corporate and Investment Banking for Madison Street Capital. He is and ESG expert and passionate about working with people, and organizations and discovering their “why” so he can better understand how to provide the appropriate resources to help.
 
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Episode #33: Phebe Bonilla talks about designing water treatment plants, climate change, and capturing carbon dioxide Phebe Bonilla is a Mexican environmental engineer. She did her undergrad in Puebla, her home city, where she worked for CAISEH, a consultancy company dedicated to doing environmental impact assessments. After finishing her degree, Phebe worked at MAV Integral Engineering and helped design wastewater treatment plants. The following year, she undertook her postgraduate studies at the University of Sheffield, in the UK. After completing her MSc in Environmental and Energy Engineering, she did a PhD in Chemical Engineering, specializing in CO2 capture. She is currently in Denmark, working remotely at Research Retold as a research communicator where she helps researchers to communicate their findings in accessible ways.
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Augmented Reality Games That Make Environmental Campaigns Go Viral with Kay Vasey and Olivier Bos from MeshMinds MeshMinds makes planet-themed augmented reality games designed to massively increase engagement and social media sharing of environmental campaigns.
Kay and Olivier and I met when we were working for UNEP on the Clean Seas campaign. They do some really interesting work using the software Spark AR (that’s only used for instagram and Facebook applications) to make these very novel, light, immersive, and fun experiences – kind of like a mini or micro game – that people access by pressing the star icon on Instagram.
And holey moley, the things they make really work! Their game-like creations on Instagram have gotten millions of plays, shares, and viral marketing spreading by mastering this novel approach to engagement.
In this episode, we'll be diving into various creative ways you can use Spark AR and some of the theory to getting your project to really work.
Download the Spark AR software for free and try and make something https://sparkar.facebook.com/ar-studio
Don't forget, always jump on YouTube to search for free tutorials for anything you want to learn.
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How to Save the World is a podcast about the psychology of what gets people to do eco-behaviors and take climate action: Environmental engineer, designer, and author, Katie Patrick, hunts down the latest behavioral science literature from top universities such as Harvard, MIT, and Stanford to unearth the evidence-based teachings you can use to rapidly get more people to adopt your environmental campaign, program, or product. Sign up for Katie's free behavior and gamification design course at http://katiepatrick.com
Join my Gamify the Planet masterclass training in climate action design for $25/month http://katiepatrick.com/gamifytheplanet
Get a copy of the book, How to Save the World on Amazon https://amzn.to/2Z4jivL
This podcast is supported by our friends at Earth Hacks who run environmental hackathons, Conservation X Labs who promote community-driven open tech development for conservation, and Climate Designers – a network of designers who use their creative skills for climate action.
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Environmental Laws and Regulations for Emerging Microplastics Concerns Series: Episode 8 – Litigation and Future Predictions In the eighth and final episode of the Environmental Laws and Regulations for Emerging Microplastics Concerns Series, Sarah Morath, Associate Professor at Wake Forest Law, and Megan Baroni, a partner with Robinson+Cole, discuss future litigation trends in the microplastics realm. This podcast series is moderated by Kevin Minoli and Leland Frost, attorneys with the law firm of Alston & Bird, LLP.
TPT150! President Biden’s first veto, DDT found off the Los Angeles coast, & more! Matt and Nick talk about President Biden’s veto and its impact on ESG funds (Biden used first veto to save a 401(k) investment rule. Here's what it does (msn.com)),Pure DDT found off the coast of Los Angeles (Scientists uncover startling concentrations of pure DDT along seafloor off L.A. coast (yahoo.com)),UK lawyers say they won’t prosecute peaceful climate protestors (Top lawyers defy bar to declare they will not prosecute peaceful climate protesters | Environmental activism | The Guardian),A giant seaweed blob moving towards Florida (A 5,000-mile seaweed belt is headed toward Florida – ABC News (go.com)),And a California water update after this year’s wet winter (A Very Wet Winter Has Eased California’s Drought, but Water Woes Remain – The New York Times (nytimes.com))!Make sure to check out our sponsor for today’s episode at Vala Alta and use promo code “TPT” for 15% off.
Monday Mini-sode: A deadly fungus spreading in the US and penguins given cataract surgery for the first time! Matt and Nick talk about a potentially fungus spreading in the US (‘Very disturbing’: What to know about the potentially deadly fungus spreading in the US | The Hill)And penguins given cataract surgery for the first time in Singapore (Singapore: The penguins given world-first cataract surgery – BBC News)! Make sure to check out our sponsor for today’s episode at Kitcaster with a special offer for friends of our show to become guests on other podcasts.
Ep.#75: Is green leather possible? Let's dive into it with Sophie Bakalar – Partner @ Collaborative Fund Alternative leathers can make a significant difference in tackling climate change. We take a deep dive with Sophie and learn about how the Collaborative Fund measures its impact. Ep.#75 Sophie Bakalar Partner @ Collab – Tech4Climate Podcast by Startup basecampPART 1: Meet the investorIn this newest episode of our investor series, we spoke with Sophie Bakalar, Partner at the Collaborative Fund, a network of fund managers investing across asset classes by identifying and supporting companies that live at the intersection of for-profit & for-good.Sophie’s journey as an investor emerged on the back of three different startups. It was after her second company was acquired, however, that she started to think about climate change during a year backpacking around the world. Over the course of her travels, she realized how far behind the US was in taking action against climate change and she decided to pivot toward a career with more impact. In this episode, we not only take a dive into the thesis behind Collaborative Fund, but do so by looking at alternative leathers. Why are alternative leathers so important to fighting climate change? What are the main solutions and the challenges they face? Are these solutions sustainable or susceptible to greenwashing? Join us for a deep dive into sustainable fashion and how to measure its impact. Part 2: My Secret SauceIn the second part of the show, Sophie explains what she likes to hear from founders who pitch to her and what she recommends to any who may be interested to do so. She then explains her tricks for maintaining a good work-life balance and what podcasts she recommends. ? OUR COMMITMENT?When we reach 1000 subscribers we will plant 1000 trees with our partners.?Help us to reach this 1st goal.Share 1 episode with a friend.❤️ ?Access to exclusive contents & learn more about Tech 4 Climate Podcast by Startup Basecamp ? https://startupbasecamp.org/the-tech-4-climate-podcast/
Nicholas Carter on feeding the world without the BS Nicholas Carter is an ecologist and environmental science and policy analyst, and advocates for transformational food system changes. In this chat, we discuss the link between agriculture and land use, how to address the climate and biodiversity crisis while still feeding the world, and bust a few myths about 'regenerative agriculture'. Useful links:https://oceanprotect.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/OPPodcast_S5E5_resources.pdf – studies/ analyses referred to by Nicholas in episode (in approximate order) https://twitter.com/NicholasDCarterhttps://www.instagram.com/nicholasdcarter/For further information about Ocean Protect, check us out at www.oceanprotect.com.au Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Sara Rich, "Mushroom" (Bloomsbury, 2022) They are the things we step on without noticing and the largest organisms on Earth. They are symbols of inexplicable growth and excruciating misery. They are grouped with plants, but they behave more like animals. In their inscrutability, mushrooms are wondrous organisms.Mushroom (Bloomsbury, 2023) by Dr. Sara Rich explores the ordinary object of mushroom, one whose encounters with humans are usually limited to a couple of species prepackaged at the grocery store. This book presents these objects as the firmament for life as we know it, enablers of mystical traditions, menders of minds lost to depression. But it acknowledges, too, that this firmament only exists because of death and rot.Rummaging through philosophical, literary, medical, ecological, and anthropological texts only serves to confirm what the average forager already knows: that mushrooms are to be regarded with a reverence deserving of only the most powerful entities: those who create and destroy, and thrive on both.Dr. Sara Rich has also been interviewed on the New Books Network about her previous book Shipwreck Hauntography, see that episode here.This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
Winning & Losing in the Emerging EV Wars/The Aftershocks of the EV Transition Could Be Ugly Robert Charette, engineer, consultant, and contributing editor at IEEE Spectrum magazine, talks about his twelve-part series, “The Electric Vehicle Transition Explained,” with Peoples & Things host, Lee Vinsel. The series takes a systems perspective on electric vehicles, and talks about all of the potential barriers – from a lack of minerals, to stressing out the electricity grid, to being short on consumers or workers – that face EVs, which are too often cast as a climate change cure-all. Charette and Vinsel also talk about the kinds of thinking that are necessary if we are to have realistic policies around EVs.Lee Vinsel is an associate professor in the Department of Science, Technology and Society at Virginia Tech. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
Wake Smith, "Pandora's Toolbox: The Hopes and Hazards of Climate Intervention" (Cambridge UP, 2022) Reaching net zero emissions will not be the end of the climate struggle, but only the end of the beginning. For centuries thereafter, temperatures will remain elevated; climate damages will continue to accrue and sea levels will continue to rise. Even the urgent and utterly essential task of reaching net zero cannot be achieved rapidly by emissions reductions alone. To hasten net zero and minimize climate damages thereafter, we will also need massive carbon removal and storage. We may even need to reduce incoming solar radiation in order to lower unacceptably high temperatures. Such unproven and potentially risky climate interventions raise mind-blowing questions of governance and ethics.Wake Smith's book Pandora's Toolbox: The Hopes and Hazards of Climate Intervention (Cambridge UP, 2022) offers readers an accessible and authoritative introduction to both the hopes and hazards of some of humanity's most controversial technologies, which may nevertheless provide the key to saving our world.Bryan Toepfer, AIA, NCARB, CAPM is the Principal Architect for TOEPFER Architecture, PLLC, an Architecture firm specializing in Residential Architecture and Virtual Reality. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
Gender and Climate Change Adaptation in Bangladesh What does climate change adaptation look like in Bangladesh? And what kind of gendered social landscape does climate change adaptation have to navigate in Bangladesh?Bangladesh is among the countries most at risk from the negative consequences, and often spoken of as ground zero of climate change. In recent years, more attention has been devoted to grappling with the question of how gender intersects with climate change and adaptation.In this episode Kenneth Bo Nielsen is joined by Kathinka Fossum Evertsen to discuss these questions and more, as we focus on gender and climate change adaptation in Bangladesh.Kathinka Fossum Evertsen is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institue for Social Research. Her research interests include questions of migration, gender, and climate change, as well as the politics that shape how these issues are understood and how they intersect.Kenneth Bo Nielsen is an Associate Professor at the dept. of Social Anthropology at the University of Oslo and one of the leaders of the Norwegian Network for Asian Studies.The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen, along with our academic partners: the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, and Asianettverket at the University of Oslo.We aim to produce timely, topical and well-edited discussions of new research and developments about Asia.About NIAS: www.nias.ku.dkTranscripts of the Nordic Asia Podcasts: https://www.nias.ku.dk/nordic-asia-podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
Founder of AXEL, a firm that advises companies on how to adopt environmentally
sustainable solutions in the areas of Clean Air, Clean Water, Clean Energy,
Multimodal Mobility, Advanced Buildings, and the Infrastructure that enables
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ESG Software for Any Business with Sustain.Life CSO Alyssa Rade ESG Software for Every Business with Sustain.Life CSO Alyssa Rade. Learn where we are in the Evolution of the Decarbonization Journey. How Climate conversations and ESG Reporting expectations are changing the dynamics of Business from the Board Room to the everyday worker. See how Digital Transformation is changing the way companies think about tracking Scope 1, 2, and 3 Emissions and Reporting Sustainability metrics. Hear what its like working for an ESG Start Up software company and much more in this episode.
Thanks to our Sponsors: Cascade Environmental, Pace Analytical, and the Institute of Hazardous Materials Management
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28 – Using Sound To Explore The Wilderness In Your Own Backyard – Topher White, Squibbon Topher White is the founder of Rainforest Connection (rfcx.org) and is known for his work since 2012 protecting rainforests using a device he invented called the "Guardian"— made from upcycled Android smartphones. His original Ted talk can be found here.
His latest undertaking, called Squibbon, harnesses 10 years of experience creating technology for protecting rainforests to explore wilderness areas much closer to home – your own backyard. This includes a reimagined new device, Delta, which looks like a brushed aluminum mini spaceship you might imagine traversing through the galaxy, yet fits snugly into any space in your backyard, easily mounted on a tree or in your garden, allowing you to explore the wilderness just outside your door.
Weatherproof, rugged and powerful enough to capture the sounds of every living creature (including sounds the human ear cannot even detect), 24 hours a day, streaming them to your phone and home electronics to entertain, protect, educate and advise you and your family about the animal activities beyond your walls.The product will launch on March 28th on Kickstarter, with the first devices shipping in 2023.
Head to www.squibbon.com for more info
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building capability, capacity, and intellectual capital.
Industry segments include Transportation and Goods Movement, Marine/Maritime, Agriculture and Biotech, Construction, Advanced and Specialist Manufacturing, and Aerospace
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Environmental Laws and Regulations for Emerging Microplastics Concerns Series: Episode 7 – Near-Term and Future Potential Regulatory Efforts In the sixth episode of the Environmental Laws and Regulations for Emerging Microplastics Concerns Series, Jennifer Novak, an attorney at the Law Office of Jennifer Novak, and Kevin Budris, Advocacy Director at Just Zero, dive into the near-term and future efforts to regulate microplastics in the water, air, and product manufacturing. This podcast series is moderated by Kevin Minoli and Leland Frost, attorneys with the law firm of Alston & Bird, LLP.
Ep.#74 Saving water with brains, drains, and membranes – Alex Rappaport, CEO & Co-founder @ Zwitter Only about 5% of water used in industry is recycled, a major problem considering increasing water scarcity caused by climate change. Alex is working to fix that. Ep.#74 Tech4Climate Podcast by Startup BasecampPART 1: Meet the founder: Alex Rappaport, CEO & Co-founder of Zwitter Co. During this new episode of our Founder Series, we sat down with Alex Rappaport, CEO and Co-founder of Zwitter Co. Zwitter Co is developing first-of-its kind filtration membranes that help treat and reuse some of the world's most challenging waste by providing tools that industry, food and manufacturing facilities can use to treat their wastewater and reuse it on-site at or below the cost of standard discharge. Alex always had an interest in the outdoors and getting sick from drinking bad water taught him the importance of water treatment. While attending Tufts University for environmental engineering, he became interested in entrepreneurship as a vehicle for impact. Armed with his idea, he was able to tap into the large Tufts network of alumni and mentors and launch Zwitter Co. We all know that water is instrumental to human life, but it is also fundamental to our way of life, and the way we produce things uses a lot of water. In this episode, Alex walks us through exactly how much water is wasted in making our stuff, where that water goes, and what he is doing to change that. In doing so, we learn about the main challenges of wastewater treatment, how regulation plays a role, the total market value of wastewater management, and the ins-and-outs of Zwitter’s solution to a problem that is rapidly being aggravated by climate change. PART 2: My secret sauce: (AVAILABLE TO MEMBERS ONLY=> More info on our site)During the second part of the discussion, Alex gives his fundraising tips, including who you should target beyond traditional VCs and how. He then gives his tips on how to achieve a good work-life balance by switching off every night and how he does that. ? OUR COMMITMENT?When we reach 1000 subscribers we will plant 1000 trees with our partners.?Help us to reach this 1st goal.Share 1 episode with a friend.❤️ ?Access to exclusive content & learn more about Tech 4 Climate Podcast by Startup Basecamp ? https://startupbasecamp.org/the-tech-4-climate-podcast/
Guest Interview: Dr. Ruth Backstrom (Igniting A Bold New Democracy) Matt interviews Dr. Ruth Backstrom.Ruth is an accomplished author, speaker, and educator who is an expert in facilitation methods that foster deeper conversations. She is a trained coach in the Dynamic Facilitation technique, a method designed to help people address and solve impossible-seeming issues through collaboration.Her book, Igniting a Bold New Democracy: Empowering Citizens Through Game-Changing Reforms comes out on March 30 and offers a solution that has the potential to reform politics as we know it: by using proven facilitation tools to seed new and inspiring conversations with citizen groups to bring the majority together around a new vision.Make sure to check out our sponsor for today’s episode at Kitcaster with a special offer for friends of our show to become guests on other podcasts.
The EPA cracks down on PFAS, Earth will likely reach a critical climate threshold, & more! Matt and Nick talk about the EPA’s move to limit PFAS in drinking water for the first time ever (EPA To Limit PFAS 'Forever Chemicals' in Drinking Water | Time),Earth projected to reach a critical climate threshold within the next decade unless immediate action taken (World on 'thin ice' as UN climate report gives stark warning | AP News),The Green Climate Fund approving financing for Herencia Colombia (https://www.worldwildlife.org/press-releases/green-climate-fund-approves-financing-for-herencia-colombia),A tick-borne illness on the rise as temperatures warm (https://www.nytimes.com/2023/03/16/health/babesiosis-tick-disease-northeast.html?smtyp=cur&smid=tw-nytimesscience),Earlier and longer annual allergy seasons (Allergy season is starting earlier and lasting longer. Here's how to manage the pollen onslaught | CNN),And Albania has established Europe’s first wild river national park (‘Historic moment’ for nature as Europe’s first wild river national park announced in Albania | Rivers | The Guardian)! Make sure to check out our sponsor for today’s episode at Vala Alta and use promo code “TPT” for 15% off.
Seeing Truth in the Climate Crisis Feeling bad about the environment? You should. Artist Alexis Rockman talks about his art, the potential for real change, and his ongoing relationship with the American Museum of Natural History.Learn more about the Seeing Truth exhibition at our website.Follow us on Twitter @WhyArguePod and on Instagram @WhyWeArguePodAlexis L. Boylan is the director of academic affairs of the University of Connecticut Humanities Institute (UCHI) and an associate professor with a joint appointment in the Art and Art History Department and the Africana Studies Institute Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
Adam Sowards, "Making America's Public Lands: The Contested History of Conservation on Federal Lands" (Rowman & Littlefield, 2022) Over one quarter – some 640 million acres – of the United States consists of public land owned, not privately, but by the federal government, much of it in the American West. University of Idaho professor emeritus of history Adam Sowards explains why in his new book, Making America's Public Lands: The Contested History of Conservation on Federal Lands (Rowman and Littlefield, 2022). Sowards explains the origins of the concept of public land and how the idea has come into conflict with American's adoration for private property, as well as how different stakeholders have come into conflict over the proper use of resources on these lands. From ranching and timber cutting to tourism and wilderness, the US government has attempted to make public lands fulfill several different roles, and in doing so have turned them into something of a political football over the course of the twentieth century. But, as Sowards argues, by being such a malleable, egalitarian, and controversial project, they have come to represent the hope and inconsistencies within American democracy itself.Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
Gas Stoves and Your Health In this episode we’ll hear from Johnathan Levy, Sc.D., an environmental health researcher who has studied gas stove emissions for more than two decades. Levy discusses how pollutants released by gas stoves can harm health and the environment. He also offers tips to reduce indoor air pollutants and health risks associated with gas stoves.
In -Situ Chemistry Evaluation and Selection Today we have a panel discussion with today’s guests, Eliot Cooper of Cascade, Dr. Bradley Droy of TEA Environmental Solutions, and Craig Bruno of Landmark Environmental, around the evaluation process of selecting the proper In-Situ Chemistry products.  We also discuss what goes into bringing new chemical amendments to market.  Depending on the site characterization and hydrogeology characteristics, different chemistries may be selected based on the chemical of concern, such as CleanER iZVI, SourceKill, and The Pathfinder.  Listen as we talk about project challenges, what chemistries might be work in certain scenarios, how Cascade Environmental can help, and more.    
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The Great Bubble Barrier with Philip Ehrhorn Philip Ehrhorn is Chief Technical Officer and Co-founder of The Great Bubble Barrier – the first technology to use a bubble curtain to capture plastic pollution in rivers. We discuss the technology, how the idea came about (simultaneously in two countries), its development, its effectiveness, application and future plans. Useful links:https://thegreatbubblebarrier.com/Philip on LinkedIn (here) For further information about Ocean Protect, check us out at www.oceanprotect.com.au Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ezra Rashkow, "The Nature of Endangerment in India: Tigers, 'Tribes', Extermination and Conservation, 1818-2020" (Oxford UP, 2023) Perhaps no category of people on earth has been perceived as more endangered, nor subjected to more preservation efforts, than indigenous peoples. And in India, calls for the conservation of Adivasi culture have often reached a fever pitch, especially amongst urban middle-class activists and global civil society groups. But are India’s ‘tribes’ really endangered? Do they face extinction? And is this threat somehow comparable to the threat of extinction facing tigers and other wildlife? Combining years of fieldwork and archival research with intensive theoretical interrogations, Ezra Rashkow's book The Nature of Endangerment in India: Tigers, 'Tribes', Extermination and Conservation, 1818-2020 (Oxford UP, 2023) offers a global intellectual history of efforts to ‘protect’ indigenous peoples and their cultures, usually from above. It also offers a critique of the activist impulse to cry ‘Save the tigers!’ and ‘Save the tribes!’ together in the same breath. It is not a history or an ethnography of the tribes of India but rather a history of discourses—including Adivasis’ own—about what is perceived to be the fundamental question for nearly all indigenous peoples in the modern world: the question of survival. Examining views of interlinking biological and cultural (or biocultural) diversity loss in western and central India—particularly in regard to Bhil and Gond communities facing not only conservation and development-induced displacement but also dehumanizing animal analogies comparing endangered tigers and tribes—the book problematizes the long history of human endangerment and extinction discourse. In doing so, it shows that fears of tribal extinction actually predated scientific awareness of the extinction of non-human species. Only by confronting this history can we begin to decolonize this discourse.Raj Balkaran is a scholar of Sanskrit narrative texts. He teaches at the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies and at his own virtual School of Indian Wisdom. For information see rajbalkaran.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
Brian Tokar and Tamra Gilbertson, "Climate Justice and Community Renewal: Resistance and Grassroots Solutions" (Routledge, 2020) Brian Tokar and Tamra Gilbertson's book Climate Justice and Community Renewal: Resistance and Grassroots Solutions (Routledge, 2020) brings together the voices of people from five continents who live, work, and research on the front lines of climate resistance and renewal.The many contributors to this volume explore the impacts of extreme weather events in Africa, the Caribbean and on Pacific islands, experiences of life-long defenders of the land and forests in Brazil, India, Indonesia, and eastern Canada, and efforts to halt the expansion of fossil-fuel infrastructure from North America to South Africa. They offer various perspectives on how a just transition toward a fossil-free economy can take shape, as they share efforts to protect water resources, better feed their communities, and implement new approaches to urban policy and energy democracy.Climate Justice and Community Renewal uniquely highlights the accounts of people who are directly engaged in local climate struggles and community renewal efforts, including on-the-ground land defenders, community organizers, leaders of international campaigns, agroecologists, activist-scholars, and many others. It will appeal to students, researchers, activists, and all who appreciate the need for a truly justice-centered response to escalating climate disruptions.Bryan Toepfer, AIA, NCARB, CAPM is the Principal Architect for TOEPFER Architecture, PLLC, an Architecture firm specializing in Residential Architecture and Virtual Reality. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
The Willow Project, a vaccine for honeybees, & more! Happy birthday to Nick!Matt and Nick talk about President Biden approving the Willow Project (Willow Project: Biden administration approves Alaska oil project – CNNPolitics),President Biden closing the Arctic to oil drilling after the Willow Project (Biden closes Arctic to oil — after Willow – E&E News (eenews.net)),A vaccine for bees (Vaccine could save billions of bees from deadly disease – BBC News),Iraq’s Prime Minister’s climate pledge (Iraqi PM promises action to tackle crippling climate change | AP News),And climate change causing Venice’s canals to run dry (Venice canals run dry as lingering weather system mires tides, and Alps snow shortage fuels concerns for Italy's summer – CBS News)!Make sure to check out our sponsor for today’s episode at Vala Alta and use promo code “TPT” for 15% off.
Ep.#73: A collaborative approach to impact investing – Meet Fabian, Founder @ AENU AENU promotes transparency as integral to reaching our impact thresholds. Ep.#73 Dr Fabian Heilemann, Founder & CEO @ AENU – Tech4Climate Podcast by Startup basecampPART 1: Meet the investorToday we sat down with Dr Fabian Heilemann founder & CEO @ Aenu, a VC impact fund focused on early-stage companies primarily located in northern Europe and the UK. With his evergreen Fund, Aenu is breaking free of the ten-year VC traditional fund model to build lasting relationships with the founders it invests in by following startups through to post-IPO.Fabian’s background as an entrepreneur began early on when he first partnered with his brother to start a food truck business. He has since then started five companies including one that was sold to Google, and used the proceeds to enter the investing space. But it was only later that he and his brother began to think about impact and pivot toward the climate space and together they started AENU, which is now a 100M Evergreen fund. During this episode, Fabian takes us on a deep dive to understand what the overall climate tech sector looks like and how it differs across continents. Is it collaborative or competitive? Which sectors are most exciting or over-hyped? Come along as we get a bird’s eye view of the global climate tech ecosystem with an investor that has a foot on both continents. Part 2: My Secret SauceIn the second part of the show, Fabian gives a few super valuable tips on how to frame your pitch to be the most impactful and what he does to keep his energy up. ? OUR COMMITMENT?When we reach 1000 subscribers we will plant 1000 trees with our partners.?Help us to reach this 1st goal.Share 1 episode with a friend.❤️ ?Access to exclusive contents & learn more about Tech 4 Climate Podcast by Startup Basecamp ? https://startupbasecamp.org/the-tech-4-climate-podcast/
S05 E09 – Lexi Armstrong – Assistant Conservation Biologist – Nature Conservancy of Canada Today we sit down with Lexi Armstrong. Lexi is an Assistant Conservation Biologist for the Invasive Species Program at the Nature Conservancy of Canada.  Lexi talks about her journey becoming a conservation biologist and what she loves most about her current position! Tune in this week as we learn how she uses her passion for nature to eradicate invasive species and make room for regeneration of native species. Check out our website!Home (el4biodiversity.ca)Follow us on social media @el4biodiversity for more updates and events!Check out our website! Home (el4biodiversity.ca)Follow us on social media @el4biodiversity for more updates and events!
Danielle Carnahan is a wildlife conservationist, very passionate about ethical wildlife tourism and also a huge advocate for the welfare of especially asian elephants.
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39 Elephants in the tourist industry This time it's all about elephants! The bigges living animal on land!
Danielle Carnahan is a wildlife conservationist, very passionate about ethical wildlife tourism and also a huge advocate for the welfare of especially asian elephants.
When I talked to her she was still in Nepal, collecting more data for her resarch, helping a specific bull elephant and also visiting other facilities who work with elephants.
We talked about the so-called training programm for young elephants who are later being used in the tourist industry, about things regarding the treatment and management of elephants that are often misunderstood by western tourists. Furthermore, about the breeding programms and what kind of mental impact it has on both female and male elephants.
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A Lawyer’s Transition from O&G to Sustainability Rodrigo Manrique is a qualified lawyer in Peru and led the legal and environmental team of an oil and gas company for almost 10 years. Amongst many other notable achievements in his CV, Rodrigo specialises in conflict resolution, stakeholder management, government relations and external affairs. He recently completed his LLM in Environmental Law and Policy at University College London. Currently, he is working with The Chancery Lane Project, a non-governmental organisation working to support low-income countries in climate negotiation by reviewing the climate change clause for the Peruvian chapter. In this episode, he talks about his journey, the Andes culture, making O&G more sustainable, and everyone's role while we transition into a more circular economy.
Ep.#72 Lowering carbon and carbon removal risk. Meet Paolo, CEO @ Carbonˣ. Paolo Piffaretti is de-risking permanent carbon removal credits to help companies achieve their net-zero goals. Ep.#72 Tech4Climate Podcast by Startup BasecampPART 1: Meet the founder: Paolo Piffaretti Co-Founder & CEO CarbonˣDuring this new episode of our Founder Series, we sat down with Paolo PiffarettiCarbonx is a FinTech climate startup that de-risks and facilitates the procurement of permanent carbon removal credits for companies aiming to reach net zero carbon.Paolo is originally Swiss, and unlike all his peers at his Swiss business school, he went into entrepreneurship and founded two companies before ultimately ending up as head of Net Zero at Algolia. Yet Paolo returned to his passion for entrepreneurship upon realizing the amount of risk involved in removing residual emissions and decided to found Carbonx. In this episode, Paolo explores the voluntary carbon market and why it is fraught with risk. In doing so, he takes us deeper into the sector. I asked him, are voluntary carbon markets fair? Who are the main buyers? What does the regulatory landscape look like? What solution has Carbonx created to address the challenges of this market and how does it work? PART 2: My secret sauce: (AVAILABLE TO MEMBERS ONLY – More info on our site)During the second part of the discussion, Paolo talks about how to tackle FOMO as a founder and what content you should consume to counter that.? OUR COMMITMENT?When we reach 1000 subscribers we will plant 1000 trees with our partners.?Help us to reach this 1st goal.Share 1 episode with a friend.❤️ ?Access to exclusive content & learn more about Tech 4 Climate Podcast by Startup Basecamp ? https://startupbasecamp.org/the-tech-4-climate-podcast/
Book Chat: Oceanic Writing In this episode, our host, Ti-han Chang, conducted an interview chat with the ecowriter, Liao Hung-chi about his oceanic and cetacean writings. The interview covers the writer's view on the oceanic narrative formation in Taiwan, his perspective on non-human agency and Hokkien (Hoklo) language employment in literary writing, as well as his dedication in Pacific ocean conservation. The interviewed is conducted in Chinese and translated by Zhan Fe-fei in English, hence tailored to both English and Chinese audience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
Seeing Truth in the Lab Max Liboiron founder of Environmental Action Research (CLEAR), a feminist, anti-colonial laboratory talks about making better science and how they aren’t interested in dismantling the masters house (because who cares about that place) but they definitely are taking those tools.Learn more about the Seeing Truth exhibition at our website.Follow us on Twitter @WhyArguePod and on Instagram @WhyWeArguePodAlexis L. Boylan is the director of academic affairs of the University of Connecticut Humanities Institute (UCHI) and an associate professor with a joint appointment in the Art and Art History Department and the Africana Studies Institute Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
S05 E08 Josie Vayro, Primatologist, Wildlife Research Lead at Bailey Consulting Today we sit down with Josie Vayro. Josie is a primatologist by trade and a  former instructor at Thompson Rivers University and Calgary University. And has most recently transitioned from academia  into the world of consulting.  Tune in this week as we learn how she uses her background and passion for nature to address both the biological and social aspects surrounding modern conservation issues! Check out our website! Home (el4biodiversity.ca)Follow us on social media @el4biodiversity for more updates and events!
The UN Ocean Biodiversity Treaty, Antarctic Sea ice reaches record-low, & more! Matt and Nick talk about the UN treaty to protect the high seas (Nations reach accord to protect marine life on high seas | AP News),The environmental harm caused by Boreal forest fires (Record-Breaking Boreal Fires May Be a Climate 'Time Bomb' – Scientific American,Big Oil’s weak attempts at net-zero emissions are not working so far (Big Oil gets failing grade on credible net-zero promises | Canada's National Observer: News & Analysis),Antarctic sea ice reaching record lows (‘Everyone should be concerned’: Antarctic sea ice reaches lowest levels ever recorded | Antarctica | The Guardian),And a promising new report about wind energy and seabirds (New Study Finds Seabirds Avoid Offshore Wind Turbines (gcaptain.com))!Make sure to check out our sponsor for today’s episode at Vala Alta and use promo code “TPT” for 15% off.
Film Chat: "Whale Island" (2020) In this episode, our host, Ti-han Chang, conducted an interview chat with the film director, Huang Chia-chu about his making of the eco-film, Whale Island (2020). The interview covers the Director's engagement with this amazing project to tell a "sea story" of Taiwan, his encountering with the writer, Liao Hung-chi and the photographer, Jin Lai, his choice of film translated title as well as movie soundtracks. The interviewed is conducted in Chinese and translated by Zhan Fe-fei in English, hence tailored to both English and Chinese audience.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
The Importance of Communicating Effectively With Love Award-winning nutritionist and author, radio show host, Nancy Addison talks with John Gray, the author of the most trusted relationship book of all time, "Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus.”  John expands on making relationships better, and discusses his thoughts on the situation in the world today, and how to handle life’s challenges in a more effective way. John’s website is mars venus .com and he offers a free online course for those who want to improve their relationship skills.
3-D Printing For Toxin-Free Housing And Other Topics Award-winning author and radio show host, Nancy Addison talks with Tim Lankau, General Counsel for Ethos Behavioral Health Group, a wellness focused mental health and addiction recovery practice in Texas, Illinois, and California, and a partner with Hive 3D Builders, a unique building system that is addressing the worldwide housing crisis with building affordable custom homes that promote the health and wellness of their owners. Tim expands both topics. Tim's Website: Hive 3D Builders .com Organic Healthy Lifestyle is broadcast live Tuesdays at 3PM ET.
Ideas For Re-establishing Your Health With Dr. Robert O. Young Leading nutritionist, award-winning author, & radio show host, Nancy Addison talks with Dr. Robert O. Young, CPT, MSc, Ph.D., D.Sc., Naturopathic Practitioner, Commissioner for the International Tribunal of Natural Justice, Editor on the Editorial Board at ACTA Scientific, a world-renowned published scientist, biochemist, nutritionist, and naturopathic practitioner. Dr. Young expands on alkalinity & pH balance, the digestive system, detoxification, and new research. https://www.drrobertyoung.com
Dr. Stephanie Seneff Shares Her Thoughts On Obtaining Better Health Leading nutritionist, award-winning author, & radio show host, Nancy Addison talks with Dr. Stephanie Seneff, a Sr. Research Scientist at MIT. Dr. Seneff is published in many medical journals on topics like Alzheimer’s, Autism, Diabetes, Cancer, and Cardiovascular Disease. Dr. Seneff shares her brilliant research on heart disease, cholesterol, sulfur, vaccines, Vitamin D, the power of sunshine, glyphosate, bacteria, water, and hydrogen. Dr. Seneff’s website: https://stephanieseneff.net/
Healing Trauma And Redirecting Your Life Leading health expert and radio show host, Nancy Addison discusses psychosomatic therapy with Carole Maureen Friesen, a renowned teacher of Body-Mind Analysis & Sacred Body Language at the "Heaven And Earth Sanctuary" in Costa Rica.  They expand on ways to adjust your posture or the way you stand, that can help you redirect your life and release traumas. Carole discusses diaphragmatic breathing, expanding your energy field, and boosting your mood. Carole's website: TheLightworkersInstitute.com
Courageous Dr. Bryan Ardis Discusses His latest Research Findings and Remedies Leading nutritionist, author, and radio show host, Nancy Addison talks with Dr. Bryan Ardis, a chiropractor and medical researcher.  Dr. Ardis shares his courageous research on what is happening in the medical protocols, injections, water supplies, and more.. Dr. Ardis discusses his recent lawsuit concerning the Remdesivir Protocol. Dr. Ardis also expands on his findings of venoms/toxins being found in the vaccines and people’s bodies. He shares his recommended remedies. Dr. Ardis’s website: https://www.thedrardisshow.com
Back to the Future, Part 2: Learning PFAS Lessons From the History of MTBE With Steven Cook In the second of a two-part episode of the Bracewell Environmental Law Monitor, host Daniel Pope continues the conversation with Bracewell partner Steven Cook about per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). They explore the unique challenges presented by the ubiquity of PFAS in society and how government and industry stakeholders can assess and respond to the long-term adverse consequences.
Dr Jodie Rummer on protecting coral reefs from climate change Dr Jodie Rummer is Professor of Marine Biology at James Cook University in Townsville, Australia – and is an expert on climate change and coral fish. In this chat, we discuss the athletic awesomeness of fish, the key threats to the Great Barrier Reef and how to best mitigate them, and what the future looks like for all reefs around the planet. Useful links:www.jodierummer.comJodie on LinkedIn (here)https://physioshark.orgTEDx JCU Cairns presentation by Jodie "Athletes of the Great Barrier Reef" (here)Sydney Morning Herald article – “Are we really prepared to lose this natural wonder?” (here)The Guardian article "Ocean scientists call for global tracking of oxygen loss that causes dead zones” (here)The Conversation article “What the next Australian government must do to save the Great Barrier Reef” (here)The Conversation article “Adapt, move, or die: repeated coral bleaching leaves wildlife on the Great Barrier Reef with few options” (here)ABC news article “The superfish challenge: Michael Phelps vs real fish” (here) For further information about Ocean Protect, check us out at www.oceanprotect.com.au Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Corporate Governance Institute with CEO and Co-Founder David Duffy. We are talking about the “G” in ESG in this episode with David Duffy, the CEO and Co-Founder of The Corporate Governance Institute. Learn why ESG is driving the focus of Boards today, and what their roles and responsibilities are for delivering the company's ESG strategy. Also learn how Non-Executive Board members help with supporting the Executives responsible for delivering these goals with their domain expertise. Find out how you can “Level Up” by completing on-line training for aspiring board members through The Corporate Governance Institute. This and much more in this "G" Rated episode.
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Monday Mini-sode: REI vs. forever chemicals and wind energy vs. misinformation! Matt and Nick talk about REI’s move to phase out PFAS, a.k.a. forever chemicals, from the products they sell (KUOW – REI to stop selling clothes, cookware with 'forever chemicals')And whales washing up on the Atlantic Coast is fueling misinformation from opponents (Dead whales on east coast fuel misinformation about offshore wind development : NPR)!Make sure to check out our sponsor for today’s episode at Kitcaster with a special offer for friends of our show to become guests on other podcasts.
William Carruthers, "Flooded Pasts: UNESCO, Nubia, and the Recolonization of Archaeology" (Cornell UP, 2022) Flooded Pasts: UNESCO, Nubia, and the Recolonization of Archaeology (Cornell UP, 2022) examines a world famous yet critically underexamined event—UNESCO's International Campaign to Save the Monuments of Nubia (1960–80)—to show how the project, its genealogy, and its aftermath not only propelled archaeology into the postwar world but also helped to "recolonize" it. In this book, William Carruthers asks how postwar decolonization took shape and what role a colonial discipline like archaeology—forged in the crucible of imperialism—played as the "new nations" asserted themselves in the face of the global Cold War.As the Aswan High Dam became the centerpiece of Gamal Abdel Nasser's Egyptian revolution, the Nubian campaign sought to salvage and preserve ancient temples and archaeological sites from the new barrage's floodwaters. Conducted in the neighboring regions of Egyptian and Sudanese Nubia, the project built on years of Nubian archaeological work conducted under British occupation and influence. During that process, the campaign drew on the scientific racism that guided those earlier surveys, helping to consign Nubians themselves to state-led resettlement and modernization programs, even as UNESCO created a picturesque archaeological landscape fit for global media and tourist consumption.Flooded Pasts describes how colonial archaeological and anthropological practices—and particularly their archival and documentary manifestations—created an ancient Nubia severed from the region's population. As a result, the Nubian campaign not only became fundamental to the creation of UNESCO's 1972 World Heritage Convention but also exposed questions about the goals of archaeology and heritage and whether the colonial origins of these fields will ever be overcome. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
Amazon deforestation up in February, the early wildlife fallout from Norfolk Southern’s derailment, & more! Matt and Nick talk about Amazon deforestation setting a February record in Brazil (Worst-ever February rainforest data for Brazilian Amazon (phys.org)),Rio Verde Foothills, Arizona being cut off from its water supply (A suburb in Arizona lost its source of water. Residents warn: We're only the beginning | CBC News),The animal death toll due to Norfolk Southern’s train derailment in Ohio (Estimated animal death toll from Ohio train derailment tops 43,700 as time frame for environmental recovery remains uncertain, officials say – CBS News),U.S. corn-based ethanol is not actually environmentally friendly (U.S. corn-based ethanol worse for the climate than gasoline, study finds | Reuters),And a report on global methane emissions in 2022 (Methane emissions remained stubbornly high in 2022 even as soaring energy prices made actions to reduce them cheaper than ever – News – IEA)!Make sure to check out our sponsor for today’s episode at Vala Alta and use promo code “TPT” for 15% off.
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The Hidden Secret of Building Community Movements: Self Efficacy, Social Diffusion, and Cultivating the Confidence to Talk to Others Today's guest is environmental psychologist, Veronica Champine, PhD Candidate and Graduate Research Assistant at Colorado State University.
We're breaking down the science of "social diffusion" in her research paper "Understanding individual and diffusion behaviors related to native plant gardening" recently published in the Journal of Environmental Psychology.
Her research explores the difference between asking people to take individual action vs asking people to talk to people around them and showing by example – that's social diffusion – an often missing link in many climate programs and startups.
We'll be diving into the power and nuance of helping people to get better at diffusing environmental behaviors in their communities – and what we need to do to become designers of social diffusion.
Connect with Veronica on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/veronica-champine-5305309a/
The paper: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0272494422000433
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Ronald L. Trosper, "Indigenous Economics: Sustaining Peoples and Their Lands" (U Arizona Press, 2022) What does “development” mean for Indigenous peoples? Indigenous Economics: Sustaining Peoples and Their Lands (U Arizona Press, 2022) lays out an alternative path showing that conscious attention to relationships among humans and the natural world creates flourishing social-ecological economies. Economist Ronald L. Trosper draws on examples from North and South America, Aotearoa/New Zealand, and Australia to argue that Indigenous worldviews centering care and good relationships provide critical and sustainable economic models in a world under increasing pressure from biodiversity loss and climate change. He explains the structure of relational Indigenous economic theory, providing principles based on his own and others’ work with tribal nations and Indigenous communities. Trosper explains how sustainability is created at every level when relational Indigenous economic theory is applied—micro, meso, and macro. Good relationships support personal and community autonomy, replacing the individualism/collectivism dichotomy with relational leadership and entrepreneurship. Basing economies on relationships requires changing governance from the top-down approaches of nation-states and international corporations; instead, each community creates its own territorial relationships, creating plurinational relational states. This book offers an important alternative to classic economic theory. In Indigenous Economics, support for Indigenous communities’ development and Indigenous peoples’ well-being go hand-in-hand. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
Nuclear Ghosts: Ryo Morimoto (EF, JP) John and Elizabeth, in this special Centennial episode of Recall this Book, explore spectral radiation with Ryo Morimoto, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Princeton University. His new book Nuclear Ghost: Atomic Livelihoods in Fukushima's Grey Zone (University of California Press, 2023) is based on several years of fieldwork in coastal Fukushima after the triple disaster of earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear accident. Ryo's book shows how residents of the region live with and through the "nuclear ghost" that resides with them.The trio discuss ways that residents acclimatize themselves to the presence of radiation, efforts to live their lives in ways not only shaped by catastrophe and irradiation, and the Geiger counter as a critical object.Ryo relates the astonishing–but when you stop to think unsurprising—fact that "once you have [a Geiger counter] you actually want to see higher scores."Mentioned in this episode:
Paul Saint-Amour, Tense Future

Arkady and Boris Strugatsky Roadside Picnic

Tarkovksy, Stalker (the film)

Stalker (the video game)
Haruki Murakami 1Q84

Pat Barker The Ghost Road

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S05 E07 – Aranya Iyer, Ecologist at World Wildlife Fund for Nature Canada & Co-Director of FREED Today we are joined by Aranya Iyer, Associate Specialist for World Wildlife Fund for Nature Canada. Aranya is also a co-founder of Field Research and Ecology and Evolution Diversified or FREED for short! Aranya is working hard to limit the barriers for indigenous, black or racialized communities by organizing field trips to help undergraduate students gain valuable skills for their careers! Tune in to hear about all the great things Aranya is up to! Check out our website! Home (el4biodiversity.ca)Follow us on social media @el4biodiversity for more updates and events!Check out our website! Home (el4biodiversity.ca)Follow us on social media @el4biodiversity for more updates and events!
BioPlastics and Compostables – A Waste Hauler Perspective Jessica Aldridge is the Director of Sustainability & Zero Waste Programs at Athens Services, she designs programs for the most challenging waste scenarios, consults with corporate brands, and advances Athens’ environmental goals. She leads on Athens’ organics and Zero Waste outreach and education programs and hosts/produces EcoJustice Radio an award-winning podcast and radio show (on KPFK Los Angeles and KPFT Houston), presenting environmental and climate stories from a social justice frame.
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@AthensServices #Compost #BioPlastic #Recycling #Reuse #Repurpose #ZeroWaste #CircularEconomy #Impact #EnvironmentalSocialJustice
A Toxic Free Future with Mind the Store Director Mike Schade Mike Schade leads Toxic-Free Future’s Mind the Store program, which challenges retailers to shift the marketplace away from hazardous chemicals and develop comprehensive safer chemicals policies. Learn how Mind the Store’s influence convinced REI, one the nation’s largest outdoor apparel companies, to commit to stop selling PFAS containing consumer products in their stores 2024. We also talk about what goes into developing their Annual Retailer Report Card which grades America’s largest retailers on their management of toxic chemicals based on thirteen criteria, and more.
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David Malpass resigns from World Bank, a third earthquake hits Turkey and Syria, & more! We would encourage everyone who is financially able to donate to look into Doctors Without Borders or another charitable aid program assisting the survivors of the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria.Matt and Nick talk about David Malpass resigning as head of the World Bank (Factbox: Who could replace World Bank President David Malpass? | Reuters/),Global fossil fuel subsidies reached $1 trillion in 2022 (Global Fossil Fuel Subsidies Reach All-Time High Of $1 Trillion In 2022, Up Two-Fold Against 2021 (cnbctv18.com)),Australia moves to protect Great Barrier Reef by blocking coal mine (Australia blocks coal mine to protect Great Barrier Reef – BBC News (ampproject.org)),A third earthquake hits Turkey and Syria (At least 3 dead and hundreds injured after a new earthquake hits the Syria-Turkey border (nbcnews.com)),And the five National Parks along the Lake Superior Shoreline will completely decarbonize buildings and vehicles within four years (National parks along Lake Superior to be first to fully decarbonize (ampproject.org))!Make sure to check out our sponsor for today’s episode at Vala Alta and use promo code “TPT” for 15% off.
Reducing Exposure to Disinfection Byproducts in Drinking Water In this episode we’ll hear from Anna Goodman Hoover, Ph.D., a public health researcher at the University of Kentucky, and Nina McCoy, who leads the group Martin County Concerned Citizens. They are working with residents in rural eastern Kentucky who are concerned about high levels of disinfection byproducts detected in their drinking water. Hoover and McCoy discuss potential health effects of long-term exposure to disinfection byproducts and an NIEHS-funded community-engaged project to raise local awareness of these compounds in drinking water and reduce exposure to them.
Back to the Future, Part 1: Learning PFAS Lessons From the History of MTBE With Steven Cook In the first of a two-part episode of the Bracewell Environmental Law Monitor, host Daniel Pope talks with Bracewell partner Steven Cook, who served as deputy assistant administrator at the EPA’s Office of Land and Emergency Management prior to joining the firm, about the ways that companies and agencies deal with per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and a look back at the history of the methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE) controversy and the lessons learned from that.
Ep.#71 Regenerating our planet to keep it vibrant – Allison Wolff – CEO @ Vibrant Planet Wildfires are getting, well, wilder. Allison Wolff’s platform helps land managers monitor forests to make sure they remain resilient. Ep.#70 Tech4Climate Podcast by Startup BasecampPART 1: Meet the founder: Allison Wolff, CEO at Vibrant PlanetDuring this new episode of our Founder Series, we sat down with Allison WolffVibrant Planet is a tech platform that is accelerating fire-prone forest resilience worldwide. Currently, there is a little more than half of the land worldwide that needs fire in some way to cycle nutrients, cycle carbon, and to regenerate. Brilliant Planet has created an online platform for landscape restoration that helps land managers plan in more fire-prone ecosystems. Allison grew up in Colorado, with issues of forest fires and pine beetles in her backyard. After a successful career in tech in Silicon Valley she started gravitating more toward climate issues and it wasn’t until after the Paradise Fire that she really dove into how to regenerate the forests in the west that had been mismanaged for so many years. California is losing 6% of its forests per year, and Allison traced this down partially to a data and communication problem. So, she set out to create a platform that facilitated the monitoring and reporting of this rapidly changing ecosystem. In this episode, Allison starts off by explaining what nature-based solutions are and how she has created a tech product to enable them. She goes on to explain the natural challenges nature-based solutions face, along with those faced by analytics-as-a-service products. In doing so, she sets out how she created her product while ensuring good UX, and the economics of nature-based solutions. PART 2: My secret sauce: (AVAILABLE TO MEMBERS ONLY – More info on our site)During this second part of the discussion, Allison gives her tips on how to fundraise for nature-based solutions, while maintaining a good work life balance. She also gives her book recommendations based on projects she has worked on. ? OUR COMMITMENT?When we reach 1000 subscribers we will plant 1000 trees with our partners.?Help us to reach this 1st goal.Share 1 episode with a friend.❤️ ?Access to exclusive content & learn more about Tech 4 Climate Podcast by Startup Basecamp ? https://startupbasecamp.org/the-tech-4-climate-podcast/
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S05 E06 – Stefan Weber, National Seed Strategy Coordinator at the Canadian Wildlife Federation Today were are joined by Stefan Weber the National Seed Strategy Coordinator at the Canadian Wildlife Federation. By promoting ecosystem restoration, native plant re-vegetation, and  combatting "plant blindness", Stefan's work is bringing native Canadian plant species to the conservation forefront!  Check out our website! Home (el4biodiversity.ca)Follow us on social media @el4biodiversity for more updates and events!
Environmental Laws and Regulations for Emerging Microplastics Concerns Series: Episode 6 – Current Regulatory Efforts In the sixth episode of the Environmental Laws and Regulations for Emerging Microplastics Concerns Series, Byron Brown, Senior Counsel at Crowell & Moring LLP, explains the current regulatory efforts around microplastics, including safer products, recycling efforts, and single-use plastic bans. This podcast series is moderated by Kevin Minoli and Leland Frost, attorneys with the law firm of Alston & Bird, LLP.
Anna Zeide, "US History in 15 Foods" (Bloomsbury, 2023) From whiskey in the American Revolution to Spam in WWII, food reveals a great deal about the society in which it exists. Selecting 15 foods that represent key moments in the history of the United States, this book takes readers from before European colonization to the present, narrating major turning points along the way, with food as a guide.US History in 15 Foods (Bloomsbury, 2023) takes everyday items like wheat bread, peanuts, and chicken nuggets, and shows the part they played in the making of America. What did the British colonists think about the corn they observed Indigenous people growing? How are oranges connected to Roosevelt's New Deal? And what can green bean casserole tell us about gender roles in the mid-20th century? Weaving food into colonialism, globalization, racism, economic depression, environmental change and more, Anna Zeide shows how America has evolved through the food it eats.Anna Zeide is Associate Professor of History and the founding director of the Food Studies Program in the College of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences at Virginia Tech, USA. She has previously written Canned: The Rise and Fall of Consumer Confidence in the American Food Industry (2018), which won a 2019 James Beard Media Award, and co-edited Acquired Tastes: Stories about the Origins of Modern Food (2021). Twitter. Website. Brian Hamilton is chair of the Department of History and Social Science at Deerfield Academy. Twitter. Website. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
David Bond, "Negative Ecologies: Fossil Fuels and the Discovery of the Environment" (U California Press, 2022) So much of what we know of clean water, clean air, and now a stable climate rests on how fossil fuels first disrupted them. Negative Ecologies: Fossil Fuels and the Discovery of the Environment (U California Press, 2022) is a bold reappraisal of the outsized role fossil fuels have played in making the environment visible, factual, and politically operable in North America. Following stories of hydrocarbon harm that lay the groundwork for environmental science and policy, this book brings into clear focus the dialectic between the negative ecologies of fossil fuels and the ongoing discovery of the environment. Exploring iconic sites of the oil economy, ranging from leaky Caribbean refineries to deepwater oil spills, from the petrochemical fallout of plastics manufacturing to the extractive frontiers of Canada, Negative Ecologies documents the upheavals, injuries, and disasters that have long accompanied fossil fuels and the manner in which our solutions have often been less about confronting the cause than managing the effects. This history of our present promises to re-situate scholarly understandings of fossil fuels and renovate environmental critique today. David Bond challenges us to consider what forms of critical engagement may now be needed to both confront the deleterious properties of fossil fuels and envision ways of living beyond them.David Bond is the Associate Director of the Center for the Advancement of Public Action and teaches on the environment and public action. Trained as an anthropologist, Bond studies oil spills and their imprint on environmental science and governance. His work shows how toxic disruptions can fix vital relations with new forms of knowledge and care.Cody Skahan ([email protected]) is a student in the MA program in Anthropology at the University of Iceland as a Leifur Eriksson Fellow. His work focuses on environmentalism in Iceland, especially the social and political implications of the youth environmentalist movement in an arctic country that has created for itself a façade of being environmentally and socially progressive. More generally, his other interests span anywhere from critical theory, psychoanalysis, queer theory, anarchism, cultural studies, anime, media and applying theory through praxis. Cody has a blog here where he is trying to write more rather than just only read and talk about books. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
Professor Veena Sahajwalla is redefining 'waste' Professor Veena Sahajwalla is an expert in recycling, the founding Director of the Director of the Centre for Sustainable Materials Research & Technology at University of New South Wales – and, last year, added NSW Australian of the year to her long list of honours and awards. In this chat, we talk about reimagining 'waste' as an opportunity – drawing on Veena's experiences growing up in Mumbai to her pioneering micro-factories and green steel innovation. Useful links:Veena at UNSW (here)Australian Government National Plastics Plan 2021 (here) For further information about Ocean Protect, check us out at www.oceanprotect.com.au Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Talk with Modester Lynn – How Climate Change is Impacting Kenya? Climate risks pose serious threats to Kenya’s sustainable development goals. India and Kenya share a lot of similar concerns, in this talk of Conscious Citizens, Abhilash will discuss with Lynn the different aspects of climate issues concerning Kenya.
Talk with Modester Lynn – How Climate Change is Impacting Kenya? We have our guest Modester Lynn who is working closely towards activism in the environmental sector and volunteered for several environmental organizations like Kenya Organization for Environmental Education and Kenya Environmental Activist Network. Lynn currently holds the role of chairperson for the Kenya Inter-university Environmental Students Association (KIUESA), where she helps facilitate the projects that unify university environmental students in different parts of the country.Lynn also worked with libertarian organizations such as students for Liberty as a Local Coordinator to promote ideas of liberty as a key enhancer of social justice.We have addressed the following questions in the episode:How does Kenya face both the extremes; Droughts and Floods?Do you think that Climate Change is increasing local issues in Kenya, like Malaria?What do you think about how Kenya’s poor people are being threatened by Climate Change?How effective are the climate policies in Kenya actually?Are citizens demanding climate actions from the Government?Are common Kenyans welcoming the demand for climate actions on the ground?Is Elon Musk of Tesla building life on Mars because of Climate Change?What do you think about the Climate Refugee issue in Kenya?Can people stop voting for parties that are not considering environmental issues?As an activist in Kenya, do you get access to political leaders or local representatives to discuss the issues?Is there any campaign called “Save The Soil” in Kenya?What are the impacts of Climate Change on Agriculture in Kenya?What impact COVID-19 has created on Climate Change and Mitigation?What are the reasons and incentives for Kenyans to support Climate Change?Do you need to be a Climate Activist to do something about Climate Change?► The Conscious Citizens Podcast ◄ – https://conscious-citizens.abhilashshukla.comThe Podcast talks about the concerning matter of Climate Change. Climate change is the biggest threat to humans and we will go through the impact of climate change on them, the solutions that will define our fate, and the technological innovations that can help.► MY INTERESTING READS ◄? Russian-Ukrainian War 2022 and its impact on Climate Change (A Personal Note) – https://wp.me/p6QFmB-qF? 15 Climate Change Books to read in 2022 – https://wp.me/p6QFmB-fP? How Blockchain can help fight Climate Change? – https://wp.me/p6QFmB-8U? Are drones the climate lifeguard? Can it handle Climate Change? – https://wp.me/p6QFmB-8W► FOLLOW ME ◄? My website/blog – https://abhilashshukla.com? LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/abhilashshuklaa? Twitter – https://twitter.com/abhilashshuklaa? https://www.facebook.com/abhilashshuklaa? Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/abhilashshuklaa► WHO AM I ◄I’m Abhilash, a Climate Enthusiast, a podcaster, and a technocrat. My key interest areas are about building a ? sustainable world with technology. You will see me speaking about Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, the Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data, and Digital Transformations.I write a weekly email newsletter that contains some quick thoughts + links to interesting things (https://abhilashshukla.com).► GET IN TOUCH ◄You can reach me by tweeting me directly https://twitter.com/abhilashshuklaa, however, if your question is very detailed, please contact me by email at https://abhilashshukla.com► DISCLAIMER ◄Information provided in the podcast is a general guide from a personal perspective and does not constitute legal or authoritative advice; the statistics and regulations referred to in the podcast are sourced from the public information bureau and are subject to change with time. It is the viewer's responsibility to verify the currency of information.
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Guest Interview: James Leitner (Mission Clean Water) For the second time on TPT, Matt interviews James Leitner, the Founder and Executive Director of Mission Clean Water. Their first episode first interview aired on May 23, 2022.James recently returned from a trip to Uganda, where Mission Clean Water has installed clean water wells and engaged the local community to ensure continued success in clean water accessibility.Mission Clean Water aims to address a major issue with clean water projects in Africa: 60% of them fail within the first two years, according to the World Health Organization.MCW says this is because projects are implemented too quickly, and without proper consultation and coordination with local communities.Their focus on community involvement treats clean water as the beginning of the process, and not just a photo-op and plaque next to a well that will not function properly in a few years.Their team of technical and community teams maintain communication, training, and long-term involvement so that their wells will continue to provide clean water to arid regions that have been underserved for generations.Learn more at www.missioncleanwater.org and follow them on Instagram and Twitter @missioncleanh2o!Make sure to check out our sponsor for today’s episode at Kitcaster with a special offer for friends of our show to become guests on other podcasts.
Creating A Clearer Vision For The New Year Leading health specialist, best-selling, award-winning author, and radio show host, Nancy Addison discusses ways to start off the New Year with a clear new vision for the future! Nancy shares her thoughts on nutrition specific vitamins that contribute to healthy eye sight. Nancy expands on the importance of the sunshine. Nancy talks about emotions and our health. She mentions a stem cell activation patch she uses for improved health. Stem Cell link: https://Lifewave.com/organichealthylife
Start off the New Year With Better Communication And Life Skills Leading nutritionist, author, and radio show host, Nancy Addison talks with Dr. Christian Conte, an Anger Management Specialist and Licensed Professional Counselor. Dr. Conte shares his insight into how to approach situations where a person is having an emotional challenge, meltdown, or addiction.  Dr. Conte expands on how to create better relationships, while also maintaining one’s dignity. He believes it is never too late to turn a situation around. Dr. Conte’s site: www.DrChristianConte.com
The World Situation With: Russell-Jay Gould: Postmaster-General-of-the-World Leading nutritionist, award-winning author, and radio show host, Nancy Addison talks with: Russell-Jay: Gould: Postmaster-General-of-the-World. : Russell details how he captured the US flag and became the Post Master General when the US declared bankruptcy in 1999. Russell expands on history, contracts, the United States, grammar, and law. He expands on ways that people around the world can create their own sovereignty and remove themselves from the corrupt system. Website: FortheClaimoftheLife.com.
Creating Better Health In The New Year Leading health specialist, award-winning author, and radio show host, Nancy Addison talks with Adele Good, who has explored Sacred Sites on 5 continents to learn the power of light and energy for natural healing. Adele and Nancy expand on various ways they live their lives to create better health and happiness in the New Year. Adele teaches how to body test. They have been using Lifewave patches and discovered the youthing possibilities. Lifewave link: https://Lifewave.com/organichealthylife
The Politics of Bicycling Zack Furness, an associate professor of communications at Penn State Greater Allegheny, talks about his 2010 book, One Less Car: Bicycling and the Politics of Automobility (Temple University Press), with Peoples & Things host, Lee Vinsel. One Less Car examines the history of how bicycles became a tool and object of advocacy and activism. With roots going back 1960s countercultures and growing through punk subcultures and the Critical Mass movement, bicycle activism has been an important focus of environmentalism and countering what Furness calls the “automobile-industrial complex.” Over a wide-ranging conversation, Furness and Vinsel also discuss Furness’s more recent research project on the history of Israeli punk bands. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
Robyn Sloggett and Marcelle Scott, "Climatic and Environmental Threats to Cultural Heritage" (Routledge, 2022) How can cultural heritage give us the methodological tools and source material to confront climate change? How can the cultural heritage sector lead the way into a future that proactively faces the climate crisis? Who can be involved in this work—who gets to identify as a “cultural heritage expert”—and what is the work to be done?Climatic and Environmental Threats to Cultural Heritage (Routledge, 2022) examines the challenges that environmental change, both sudden and long-term, poses to the preservation of cultural material. But more than this, Robyn Sloggett and Marcelle Scott point out how our confrontation of the climate crisis relies on the cultural heritage sector, which makes records and narratives available to inform decisions now and into the future.Bringing together a diverse range of stakeholders who have an interest in—and responsibility for—the care of cultural heritage material and sites of cultural heritage value, the book explores thinking on and actions in relation to issues of climate change and environmental risk. Sloggett and Scott highlight stakeholders’ shared interest in drawing on collective expertise to meet the challenges that environmental change brings to the future of our cultural heritage and our cultural identity. Based on the understanding that this global challenge requires local, national and international co‐operation, the book also considers how local knowledge can have international application.Jen Hoyer is Technical Services and Electronic Resources Librarian at CUNY New York City College of Technology and a volunteer at Interference Archive. Jen edits for Partnership Journal and organizes with the TPS Collective. She is co-author of What Primary Sources Teach: Lessons for Every Classroom and The Social Movement Archive. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
He serves as the CEO of the Organization for Social Media Safety (OFSMS), which has developed a state-of-the-art social media safety curriculum and has taught essential safety skills to students, parents, and educators a” id=”3NlxJpbphsR” vid=”3NlxJpbphsR” id-for-player=”3NlxJpbphsR” link=”/listen/the-hidden-dangers-of-social-media-3NlxJpbphsR/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
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He serves as the CEO of the Organization for Social Media Safety (OFSMS), which has developed a state-of-the-art social media safety curriculum and has taught essential safety skills to students, parents, and educators across the world.
Previously, Marc served for over a decade as a senior advisor to members of the United States Congress and the California State Assembly. During his time as a legislative aide, he developed and helped pass into law numerous legislative initiatives to protect vulnerable children and families.
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She leads the Ceres BICEP Network’s Climate Smart Agriculture and Healthy Soil Working Group, which advances legislative and regulatory solutions to position the US agriculture sector to lead on regenerative agriculture practices, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and providing important co-benefits.
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Ohio’s train derailment and environmental disaster, Turkey and Syria’s earthquake, & more! Matt and Nick talk about the earthquake in Turkey and Syria and how climate change is causing more earthquakes (Climate change is triggering more earthquakes. Big Oil's interests are a factor (msn.com)),A train derailment in Ohio has led to hydrochloric acid raining onto people (Ohio train derailment: environmental disaster quietly unfolding (fastcompany.com)),Danish wind company Vestas can now recycle all wind turbine blades (A Danish wind turbine giant just discovered how to recycle all blades (electrek.co)),The price of electric vehicles could match gas powered cars as soon as this year (Electric Vehicles Could Match Gasoline Cars on Price This Year – The New York Times (nytimes.com)),And deforestation in Brazil is down in Lula’s first month (Deforestation in Brazil's Amazon falls in first month under Lula | Reuters)!Make sure to check out our sponsor for today’s episode at Vala Alta and use promo code “TPT” for 15% off.
Ep.#70 Solving EV adoption’s ample challenges – John de Souza, Co-founder & President @ Ample EV adoption faces a lot of barriers compared to the ease of filling your gas tank and driving away. John is making sure that electric can be as easy and as cheap as gas. Ep.#70 Tech4Climate Podcast by Startup BasecampPART 1: Meet the founder: John de Souza, Co-founder & President at AmpleDuring this new episode of our Founder Series, we sat down with John de Souza, Co-Founder and President of Ample. Ample is solving the problem of delivering energy to electric vehicles with a solution that provides autonomous battery swapping for electric vehicles and makes driving EVs as simple and cheap as gazoline cars. John’s international background provided a fascinating perspective to our discussion on electric vehicles and entrepreneurship, which he gained during his formative years spent in Ethiopia and Dubai where he learned that founding a company is much more common than we think and we shouldnt be afraid of the risk. John then established himself in the US and had a long career in tech and health. He was later looking to buy an electric car when he realized that EVs were still not easy to charge quickly and drive long distances, so he set out to found Ample. In this episode, John gives a captivating look at the electric vehicle industry beginning with an examination of what major markets have done to increase the adoption of EVs. He then dives into the main challenges EVs face and why current subsidies are misguided. From there he moves into the infrastructure difficulties EVs face, how more charging stations are not just the answer due to a multitude of considerations and why Ample’s simple solution is a needed alternative for technology we hope to build, but do not yet have. PART 2: My secret sauce: (AVAILABLE TO MEMBERS ONLY=> More info on our site)During the second part of the discussion, John gives some as-of-yet-unheard tips on the Tech4Climate podcast about how to make sure you get the most out of your fundraising. ? OUR COMMITMENT?When we reach 1000 subscribers we will plant 1000 trees with our partners.?Help us to reach this 1st goal.Share 1 episode with a friend.❤️ ?Access to exclusive content & learn more about Tech 4 Climate Podcast by Startup Basecamp ? https://startupbasecamp.org/the-tech-4-climate-podcast/
Episode #32: Constance Schéré talks about marine protected areas, policy regarding our oceans, and citizen science Constance Schéré is a PhD candidate at King's College London in the Department of Geography. Her research focusses on the effectiveness of Irish Sea marine protected areas as a sustainable biological conservation tool. Constance has a MSc in Biodiversity, Territory, and Environment (BIOTERRE) from the Sorbonne (Université de Paris 1: Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2017) and a MSc in Environmental Policy from SciencesPo Paris (2013). She completed environmental and research internships at Clean Water Action (2012), Dassault Systèmes (2013-2014), and Harvard University (2014). From 2014 to 2015, she was a sustainability specialist for Sodexo, where she worked in partnership with the Gulf of Maine Research Institute (United States) and the Marine Stewardship Council to promote the sustainable harvest of seafood and marine conservation. She is currently undergoing a doctoral internship with the LPO (French partner of BirdLife International) on the governance, management, and monitoring of the Sept-Îles marine reserve in Brittany, France. In addition to her doctoral research, Constance is part of a number of citizen science projects, including Seasearch and Coastwatch. She is also co-coordinator of Divers Action Group Northern Ireland, which responds to public consultations, proposes new sites for MPA designation, and highlights harmful activities in Northern Irish waters.

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Bio-Plastics, Solar Lamps, and the FrogID App – COOL Solutions for Reversing Global Warming Women environmental leaders are creating cool solutions to reduce the effects of climate change. In today's conversation with Paola Gianturco, photojournalist, we dive into a few for inspiration and on-the-ground resources for action.

Photo Credit: Scott Sangster. Paola and her granddaughter and co-author Avery Sangster.

Links:
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Malcolm Harris, "Palo Alto: A History of California, Capitalism, and the World" (Little, Brown, 2023) Palo Alto is nice. The weather is temperate, the people are educated, rich, healthy, enterprising. Remnants of a hippie counterculture have synthesized with high technology and big finance to produce the spiritually and materially ambitious heart of Silicon Valley, whose products are changing how we do everything from driving around to eating food. It is also a haunted toxic waste dump built on stolen Indian burial grounds, and an integral part of the capitalist world system.In Palo Alto: A History of California, Capitalism, and the World (Little, Brown, 2023), the first comprehensive, global history of Silicon Valley, Malcolm Harris examines how and why Northern California evolved in the particular, consequential way it did, tracing the ideologies, technologies, and policies that have been engineered there over the course of 150 years of Anglo settler colonialism, from IQ tests to the "tragedy of the commons," racial genetics, and "broken windows" theory. The Internet and computers, too. It's a story about how a small American suburb became a powerful engine for economic growth and war, and how it came to lead the world into a surprisingly disastrous 21st century. Palo Alto is an urgent and visionary history of the way we live now, one that ends with a clear-eyed, radical proposition for how we might begin to change course.Malcolm Harris is a freelance writer and the author of Kids These Days: The Making of Millennials and Shit is Fucked Up and Bullshit: History Since the End of History. He was born in Santa Cruz, CA and graduated from the University of Maryland. Twitter.Brian Hamilton is chair of the Department of History and Social Science at Deerfield Academy. Twitter. Website. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
Getting to Net Zero: A Conversation with Christian Arno Kimon and Richard speak with Christian Arno, founder and CEO of Pawprint, about how companies can effectively achieve sustainability goals.As a young child growing up in Aberdeen, Christian was interested in pursuing entrepreneurship. His first venture was in comic book sales, and his first clients were his parents and schoolmates on the bus. When his father learned more about the finances of Christian’s venture, he shut the enterprise down, an early lesson in “regulation.”For university, Christian attended Oxford, where he studied languages. At around this time, the Dotcom boom began, and Christian created a website advertising translation services. He began to receive customer inquiries, and soon enough, was able to establish a revenue stream from recurrent clients.The most important thing that Christian learned while building Lingo24 was how to take advantage of SEO (search engine optimization). Christian was able to land bigger companies despite a lack of experience. Searchers would find his professionally-created website, purchase services, eventually leading Christian to start hiring employees to accommodate the growing demand.In the 20 years of running the company before exiting, Christian was able to grow Lingo24 to a maximum size of 230 people with a peak revenue of around $50 million in a year. Despite this success, Christian felt it was time to move on to another venture.In the mid-2010s, Christian’s father, formerly an oil and gas entrepreneur, reversed course and became a climate activist with Extinction Rebellion. Through conversations with his father, Christian came to believe that the second act of his career should attempt to address the environmental issues that threaten him, his father, and billions around the world.Christian’s new company is a software platform, Pawprint, that educates, motivates, and aligns employees of companies around sustainable development goals. The CEO of a company signs up, creating accounts for employees. The employees are placed into teams where they compete to reduce their CO2 emissions. The CEO is able to set various financial or non-financial awards for the best-performing employees.Pawprint doesn’t just track the results. It also gives employees various actions and pieces of advice, over 500 in total, to improve their environmental impact.Christian talks about his passion for Pawprint and the excitement of working on project with social impact. His big piece of advice for entrepreneurs: Start doing what you care about as early possible. Don’t wait!Links
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About our Hosts:Kimon Fountoukidis:Kimon is the founder of both Argos Multilingual and PMR. He founded both companies in the mid-90s with zero capital, and both have gone on to become market leaders in their respective sectors. Kimon was born in New York and moved to Krakow, Poland in 1993. He is passionate about sharing his success with others and working entrepreneurs of all kinds to help them achieve their goals.Richard Lucas:Richard is a business and social entrepreneur who has founded or invested in more than 30 businesses, including Argos Multilingual, PMR and, in 2020, the New Books Network. Richard has been a TEDx event organiser for years, supports the pro-entrepreneurship ecosystem, and leads entrepreneurship workshops at all levels. He was born in Oxford and moved to Poland in 1991, where continues to invest in promising companies and helps other entrepreneurs realise their dreams. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
Ruth Rogaski, "Knowing Manchuria: Environments, the Senses, and Natural Knowledge on an Asian Borderland" (U Chicago Press, 2022) Among all the world’s most storied and legend-filled regions, the place known to some over time as ‘Manchuria’ has had an especially wide range of ideas projected onto it. Everyone from Manchu emperors to Chinese exiles, European missionaries, Korean poets, indigenous shamans, Russian botanists, Japanese colonists and socialist planners have sought to know and understand this region, framing its vast forests, mountains, plains and earth according their own political, spiritual or scientific priorities over the past 400 years.Ruth Rogaski’s extraordinary new book Knowing Manchuria: Environments, the Senses, and Natural Knowledge on an Asian Borderland (U Chicago Press, 2022) shows how these acts of knowing have brought multiple Manchurias into existence as people, culture, nature and ecology have been entangled in diverse ways at different points in time. Today, perhaps befitting its status as a contested and layered borderland space, ‘Manchuria’ itself is a contested term, but this only makes Rogaski’s beautifully written multi-perspectival and multilingually-sourced history of this fascinating region all the more valuable.Ed Pulford is an Anthropologist and Lecturer in Chinese Studies at the University of Manchester. His research focuses on friendships and histories between the Chinese, Korean and Russian worlds, and indigeneity in northeast Asia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
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Record profits for Shell and Exxon, Monarch Butterfly population update, & more! Matt and Nick talk about the Biden Administration’s endorsement of the Willow project (Biden administration recommends major Alaska oil project (nbcnews.com)),Monarch butterflies numbers increased slightly last year but fell short of five year goal (Latest Count of Western Monarch Butterfly Highlights Steep Toll of Climate-Fueled Disasters (nwf.org)),Hawaii’s push to ban plastic water bottles (Plastic Water Bottles May Be Next Ban In Hawaii's War Against Pollution – Honolulu Civil Beat),And record profits for Shell and Exxon in 2022 (Shell reports highest profits in 115 years – BBC News))!Make sure to check out our sponsor for today’s episode at Vala Alta and use promo code “TPT” for 15% off.
Philip Gooding, "On the Frontiers of the Indian Ocean World: A History of Lake Tanganyika, c.1830-1890" (Cambridge UP, 2022) On the Frontiers of the Indian Ocean World: A History of Lake Tanganyika, c.1830-1890 (Cambridge UP, 2022) is the first interdisciplinary history of Lake Tanganyika and of eastern Africa's relationship with the wider Indian Ocean World during the nineteenth century. Philip Gooding deploys diverse source materials, including oral, climatological, anthropological, and archaeological sources, to ground interpretations of the better-known, European-authored archive in local epistemologies and understandings of the past. Gooding shows that Lake Tanganyika's shape, location, and distinctive lacustrine environment contributed to phenomena traditionally associated with the history of the wider Indian Ocean World being negotiated, contested, and re-imagined in particularly robust ways. He adds novel contributions to African and Indian Ocean histories of urbanism, the environment, spirituality, kinship, commerce, consumption, material culture, bondage, slavery, Islam, and capitalism. African peoples and environments are positioned as central to the histories of global economies, religions, and cultures.Philip Gooding is a postdoctoral fellow at the Indian Ocean World Centre and a course Lecturer in the History and Classical Studies department at McGill University. He wrote his doctoral dissertation at the Department of  History, University of London (SOAS) in 2017. Gargi Binju is a researcher at the University of Tübingen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
“Tech” Journalism and the Many Lives of Stewart Brand Journalist John Markoff has been writing about Silicon Valley for over forty years. In this interview with Peoples & Things host Lee Vinsel, Markoff talks about his long career, how he became a “tech journalist” long before that term even existed, and how he came to write his new book, Whole Earth: The Many Lives of Stewart Brand. Markoff and Vinsel also talk about how Brand’s life is interwoven with the history of Silicon Valley and the technology its companies have made. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
How a California Electricity Utility Caused Deadly Wildfires Journalist Katherine Blunt, who writes about renewable energy and utilities for the Wall Street Journal, talks about her new book, California Burning: The Fall of Pacific Gas and Electric—and What It Means for America’s Power Grid with Peoples & Things host, Lee Vinsel. The book tells the fascinating story of how declining performance at an electrical utility eventually led to wildfires and staggering loss of human life. Blunt and Vinsel also talk about what this story means for the future of electricity utilities in the face of global climate change. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
John F. Ahern, "Design with Nature on Cape Cod and the Islands" (U Massachusetts Press, 2022) Cape Cod and the islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket are special places known for their distinctive flora, including pine-oak forests, sandplain grasslands, and sand dunes peppered with bearberry shrubs. Unfortunately, this unique sense of place is under threat. In recent decades, contemporary landscape practices have come to depend on environmentally stressful fertilizers and irrigation systems, replacing this sensitive ecoregion’s native flora with generic turfgrasses and popular commercial nursery trees and shrubs that could exist anywhere.Design with Nature on Cape Cod and the Islands (U Massachusetts Press, 2022) seeks to reverse this damaging trend by offering landscape professionals, local officials, and homeowners a sustainable approach to landscape design based on the ecoregion’s native plants and plant communities. Presenting detailed discussions of Cape Cod’s natural history, Jack Ahern focuses on the principal plant communities that define its landscape character and that are well adapted to local soils and growing conditions, including climate change. The book also includes strategies for ecological planting design and a portfolio of photographs of active ecologically designed landscapes.Bryan Toepfer, AIA, NCARB, CAPM is the Principal Architect for TOEPFER Architecture, PLLC, an Architecture firm specializing in Residential Architecture and Virtual Reality. He has authored two books, “Contractors CANNOT Build Your House,” and “Six Months Now, ARCHITECT for Life.” He is an Assistant Professor at Alfred State College and has served as the Director of Government Affairs and as the Director of Education for the AIA Rochester Board of Directors. Always eager to help anyone understand the world of Architecture, he hosts the New Books Network – Architecture podcast, is an NCARB Licensing Advisor and helps coach candidates taking the Architectural Registration Exam. btoepfer@toepferarchitecture Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
Environmental Auditing, With Tim Wilkins In this episode of the Environmental Law Monitor, Tim Wilkins, co-chair of Bracewell’s Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) practice group, joins host Daniel Pope to discuss environmental auditing and why companies should be actively conducting environmental audits.
S05 E05 – Emily Febrey (Ranger Em), Stewardship Communications Technician Emily currently works at St. Clair Region Conservation Authority as Stewardship Communications Technician. She helps create wetland, forest and grasslands in the St. Clair watershed and even helps with Species At Risk Work! Emily also has a TV show on Rogers TV called Learn with Ranger Em, definitely check her out there! Ranger Em – YouTubeSt. Clair Region Conservation Authority (scrca.on.ca)Check out our website! Home (el4biodiversity.ca)Follow us on social media @el4biodiversity for more updates and events!
Ep.#69 Reduce, Abate & Offset CO2 Emissions with Tristan Foerester, Co-founder and CEO of ClimatePartner Retail accounts for 25% of carbon emissions. Tristan is working with retailers to put carbon neutral products on their shelves and reduce those emissions. Ep.#69 Tech4Climate Podcast by Startup BasecampPART 1: Meet the founder: Tristan A. Foerster CEO & Co-Founder at ClimatePartnerDuring this new episode of our Founder Series, we sat down with Tristan Foerster, Co-founder and CEO at ClimatePartner. ClimatePartner helps businesses on the long journey of reducing and abating carbon emissions by enabling them to carbon footprint their emissions and offset unabatable emissions through the projects it has developed with its partners across the globe.Tristan’s story was unique and fascinating, and I thoroughly enjoyed learning about his journey toward helping businesses be carbon neutral. Tristan has had a variety of experiences, from early search engines to an ecommerce startup, then to consulting before working for matchmaking software, Tristan joined ClimatePartner 12 years ago and hasn’t looked back. Including scope 3 emissions, retail accounts for 25% of global GHG emissions. In this episode, Tristan dissects how he helps retailers account for their carbon emissions, and why double accounting is actually necessary for improving accountability. He then dives into the intricacies of retail and why emissions are so hard to offset, why that meant that ClimatePartner had to exist, how he developed the company, and how it works. PART 2: My secret sauce: (AVAILABLE TO MEMBERS ONLY – More info on our site)During the second part of the show, Tristan gives his tips on how to make it, even if your company functions as an involuntary non-profit for several years. He then gives us a glimpse on ways he has found to reach a good work life balance and what sources of information he uses to stay abreast of the climate landscape. ? OUR COMMITMENT?When we reach 1000 subscribers we will plant 1000 trees with our partners.?Help us to reach this 1st goal.Share 1 episode with a friend.❤️ ?Access to exclusive content & learn more about Tech 4 Climate Podcast by Startup Basecamp ? https://startupbasecamp.org/the-tech-4-climate-podcast/
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