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Thank you for joining Help The Oceans community, we need to Help The Oceans as it will be filled with Plastic garbage every day.I'm ex Radio talk show host and i have voice for maritime Mammals and FISH as we do not want to eat PLASTIC FISH.I will have 30min Talk show 4 times per month and Please take time to listen and i make ALWAYS LIVE talk show, as LIVE is REAL and not edited to make it sound better.JOIN Help The Oceans channel podcast and we will make OCEAN HOME better to our FISH and m ...
 
WARDROBE CRISIS is a fashion podcast about sustainability, ethical fashion and making a difference in the world. Host Clare Press was the first VOGUE sustainability editor, and each week she interviews international guests about the big issues facing the fashion industry. Get to know their personal stories, and be part of the change. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to Closing the Loop! A conversation about recycling, sustainability and the circular economy, brought to you by Return-It, an industry owned, not-for-profit product stewardship agency with beverage container management as its core business. Join Return-It President & CEO Allen Langdon as he speaks to industry leaders around the globe to bring awareness to environmental challenges and innovations. The podcast features thought-provoking conversations on some of the most important topic ...
 
There is so much to be angry about, if you are a clean energy guy. Every day, so many things that happen around the world make me angry when I look at them with lenses colored by the climate change chaos unfolding everywhere around us. And I am especially angry because I know we can solve the climate change crisis if we were only trying.Each week, I will share with you a few topics that struck me and that I was very angry about – and this will generally have to do with climate change, solar ...
 
We’re having an impact on nature like never before: polluting the skies and seas, burning up fossil fuels, and pushing nature to the brink of extinction faster than it can restore itself. But it’s not too late. Join actor, presenter, and WWF ambassador, Cel Spellman as he discovers how every one of us can make a difference in the fight to save our planet.In each episode, Cel meets a familiar face from the worlds of sport or entertainment, and teams up with a top wildlife expert to dig deeper ...
 
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Seas The Day Podcast - Duke University Marine Lab

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Seas The Day is a podcast produced at the Duke University Marine Lab, in Beaufort, North Carolina. Reflecting the diverse research and educational interests of faculty, students, and staff, Seas the Day covers a wide range of topics related to marine science and conservation. We talk about some of the biggest animals in the oceans and some of the smallest. We talk about management efforts by local communities and by international agreements. We hear from natural and social scientists, engine ...
 
After 14 years in the fashion industry, I'm now a fashion brand consultant working 1:1 with new & innovative clothing brands. My focus with The Fashion Feed is to open up the conversation & highlight the many roles within the fashion industry & also educate emerging fashion brands with industry information they can't find online. If you like listening to this, subscribe to The Fashion Feed newsletter where I send the highlights straight to your inbox each month! Take a look at my website for ...
 
Welcome to NewzKidz! A new weekly podcast covering global news stories and current affairs, presented by Rose (age 9) and Zara (age 10) along with co-presenters Aiza (age ) and Laurie (age 7). Tune in to hear us talk about what's important in our world today, what's making the news headlines, and why kids should care. You can discuss our stories with your friends, parents and teachers, and let us know what you think.
 
TRASH TALK explains the ins and outs of recycling in Hong Kong. Don’t just throw away household items - listen to TRASH TALK and discover tips and tricks that make your trash disposal and recycling better for our planet! Join our host Marcy Trent Long every week for this thoughtful journey through Hong Kong’s world of trash.
 
Impact Revolution is your podcast for sustainability and social impact: You want to know how to save the world and have a better footprint? Learn from sustainability experts, social entrepreneurs, activists, bloggers and eco-heroes, and start creating your own impact revolution step by step!
 
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The Cleveland Museum of Natural History

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The Sauropodcast is where you can find provocative, engaging, enlightening conversations about science. Produced by the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and hosted by award-winning science journalist John Mangels, this half-hour interview show features scientists and science newsmakers discussing cutting-edge topics from the frontiers of research and the intersection of science, policy, popular culture and everyday life. It’s science out loud.
 
Are you Climate Curious? If you care about the world, but find the current conversation about climate change confusing, scary or boring – then this might be the podcast for you. Join TEDxLondon and hosts Maryam Pasha and Ben Hurst as we lift the lid on the climate emergency by speaking to the world’s leading and most relatable climate pioneers. Find out why cities are key to the climate fight, why we need to tackle systemic problems (and not just plastic straws), and why we’re all a bit crap ...
 
A Breath of Fresh Earth explores the great things happening in the fight for a clean planet. Each week I'll give a shout-out to people making a huge impact with new technologies and ideas. I call them "Climate Heroes". We have our share of climate villains, too. The President isn't the only one I have a problem with. (I'll try to avoid saying his name during the show) I'll tell you about new products available to purchase, and who to follow on social media, reviews of environmentally themed ...
 
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The Kids Are All Right! Productions

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The Kids Are All Right! is a weekly podcast specially for kids that is all about Health, Happiness and Wellness! Michelle and her comical puppet sidekicks, Buster & Buddy are on a mission to help kids Feel Great and Live Well! Each week they feature a different topic speaking with experts who have the best advice and tons of experience to share! Covering everything from Coronavirus, to how to get to sleep easier, from dealing with their worries to the importance of eating healthy and physica ...
 
The Packaging podcast that unboxes everything you need to know about packaging from the people in packaging. Design, engineering, materials, manufacturing, and how to save the planet with sustainable packaging. Gain insight into the packaging industry from global experts in topics that range from concept development of packaging to material selection and recycling. Learn the trade tricks from experts that live and breathe packaging every day and level-up your own packaging game. The Package ...
 
Presenting a diverse range of topics that focus on wellbeing and environmental issues, Beyond Day Zero investigates topics that are relevant to us all as we try to live a more sustainable life. Day Zero is physical store based in Buxton, UK which was created to offer the local community refill shopping and a way of reducing the waste that each family creates. Reducing plastic waste is an easy concept for people to grasp, but there are so many factors that influence how our business operate a ...
 
Planet Innovation is a podcast discussing business solutions to environmental problems. We bring inspiring conversations with scientists and entrepreneurs who are on a mission to protect our planet. This is not another doom-and-gloom sustainability podcast. Instead, we are choosing to focus on innovative solutions, from solar clothing to lab meat or wooden skyscrapers to electric scooters, to examine how science and entrepreneurship can save the earth.
 
Join Erin Andrews, Executive Director of Impact Zero, as she talks her way through the circular economy world. Together, we'll talk to business leaders, entrepreneurs, researchers, activists and others who are working on sustainability and circular economy initiatives on the ground: together making the impossible, possible.
 
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This episode marks our two year anniversary and we celebrate in style! I recreate the 1858 Great Stink of London, a terrible smell caused by an overburdened sewerage system and unresponsive government. Cholera filled the streets killing thousands - bad air or miasma was thought to be the cause. The city needed a hero...Anton then tells of modern da…
 
Welcome to HELP THE OCEANS area We do want YOU TO KNOW what is really happening out the SEA as it's getting worse day by day. Listen what i have to you and you get the picture after picture what is going on and we in HTO do THANK YOU ALL WHO IS LISTENING. please SHARE our Page as OCEANS need world attention and we are LIIIIIIIVEEEEEE https://helpth…
 
Welcome to another episode of The Fashion Feed with meeeeeeee, Elizabeth Stiles! I can feel a collective slump in energy this week with the darker mornings so I’m sharing some journalling prompts to help pull you out of a creative funk! In this episode I discuss : the power of gratitude & manifestation how to lift your energy with some health goals…
 
There are massive telescopes that look far out into the cosmos, giant particle accelerators looking for ever tinier signals, gargantuan gravitational wave detectors that span kilometers of Earth—what about soil science? Where’s the big science project on deep soil? It’s coming soon. Staff Writer Erik Stokstad talks with host Sarah Crespi about plan…
 
This episode features an interview with Duke Professor Martin Smith by The Doorstep, a podcast by the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. Hosts Nikolas K. Gvosdev and Tatiana Serafin interviewed Marty in April 2021, on topics of fisheries sustainability, food security, and ocean governance generally. Their conversation ranges wide…
 
We’re featuring a creepy, Halloween-worthy animal in this bonus episode! The Goblin shark gets its name because it really does look like a goblin. Learn more about its impressive mouth gape, lightning fast jaw speed, and more. We mentioned the videos of the goblin shark eating – there are links to both videos in this informative article. https://au…
 
In this edition: What makes a healthy environment, the final steps to eliminate polio, and a test for proper cleaning. News: Life expectancy and a new space mission – We discover that life expectancy in England was dropping even before the pandemic, and celebrate Imperial physicists building an instrument for a new NASA mission. What is a healthy e…
 
A commentary on the last 12 songs created for the Podsongs project, with musicians Jack Stafford, Maurizio Sarnicola, Massimino Voza and Luigi Falcione. Go behind the scenes with the band to hear how they made the songs inspired by the interviews. 1 Sweet Dharma 2 Pranayama 3 Don't Dwell on Your Physical Shell 4 The Violet Flame 5a Electric Cars (f…
 
Today, we’re discussing the realities of waste management in Argentina and the lengths that people go to in order to be just a little bit more sustainable with Guillermo Dufranc, author, YouTuber, and consistent LinkedIn poster of great sustainability content. When he isn’t busy being a zero-waste influencer, Guillermo manages a creative team at tr…
 
Taking inspiration from President Kennedy’s Moonshot which united people around a goal to put man on the moon and spurred the development of new technology in the 1960s, the Earthshot Prize is centred around five simple but ambitious goals for our planet. Chhavi Sachdev announces the winners of the inaugural prize and discusses how smart ideas from…
 
More than half of all the textiles use today are polyester. You will definitely have poly in your wardrobe, even if you prefer natural fibres. Synthetics are lurking everywhere, whether as polyester, nylon, or blends mixed with cotton. Poly is cheap, ubiquitous and it's not going away any time soon. It's also made from fossil fuels, doesn't biodegr…
 
Michigan residents will soon get a chance to weigh in on new draft maps that could define our state legislative and Congressional districts for the next decade. MichMash hosts Jake Neher and Cheyna Roth talk with Bridge Michigan's Sergio Martínez-Beltrán who has been covering the redistricting process about the new maps and how you can get involved…
 
Today’s guest is CEO of EarthKind Energy Consulting & host of the Awesome EarthKind Podcast, which discusses how the forces of nature Earth, Air, Water and the Sun can provide all the energy we need as a planet 1000% over! Today find out from Ron Kamen, how energy efficient are we? Whats the best flavour of clean energy? Hydro, Solar, Thermal, Tida…
 
15 finalists compete for a one-million pound prize. 5 winners grab the prestige and funding for their projects. Protect and restore nature 03:19-06:23 Clean our air 06:24-09:58 Revive our oceans 09:58-14:47 Build a waste-free world 14:48-18:48 Fix our climate 18:50-24:17 You can reach me at rf@richardfriedman.net You can find my books here with the…
 
This week we are covering the Science special issue on mass incarceration. Can a dog find a body? Sometimes. Can a dog indicate a body was in a spot a few months ago, even though it’s not there now? There’s not much scientific evidence to back up such claims. But in the United States, people are being sent to prison based on this type of evidence. …
 
This week the NewzKidz report on global energy shortages, Prince Charles's recent comments on climate change activism, World Mental Health Day, and a new movie being filmed at the International Space Station.By NewzKidz
 
Sandra is a Swedish designer with a long experience in the fashion industry, in recent years focusing on sustainability. She started out working for some of Sweden’s biggest fashion chains and then decided to move to Paris to learn more about handcraft, do her masters and freelance for mid to luxury brands. There she got the inspiration for her slo…
 
Catherine Rampell is an opinion columnist at The Washington Post. She frequently covers economics, public policy, immigration and politics, with a special emphasis on data-driven journalism. She is also an economic and political commentator for CNN, a special correspondent for the PBS NewsHour and a contributor to Marketplace. Before joining The Po…
 
Taking inspiration from President Kennedy’s Moonshot which united people around a goal to put man on the moon and spurred the development of new technology in the 1960s, the Earthshot Prize is centred around five simple but ambitious goals for our planet. Chhavi Sachdev profiles more of the prize nominees from all around the world.This week Chhavi …
 
Years ago, the return and reuse of glass bottles was common practice, but when convenience began to dominate the messaging around packaging, this went out the window. Now, 75% of glass bottles end up in landfills. Through her company, Conscious Containers, Caren McNamara is on a mission to change this. Caren Conscious Containers is a benefit corpor…
 
Efforts to shut down Enbridge Energy’s Line 5 oil and gas pipeline are becoming more complicated.MichMash hosts Jake Neher and Cheyna Roth look at the Canadian government’s latest move to block Michigan’s attempts to stop the flow of oil in the Straits of Mackinac. And Crain's Detroit Business' Chad Livengood talks about President Biden's silence o…
 
This episode I'm talking composting and compostable biodegradable materials with Jeremy Lang, founder and VP of Sustainability at Pela. We also talk about the brand new countertop composter and cleaning up oil spills, why nature has it figured out and cutting out the middle man when it comes to garbage! “Theres no waste in nature, and no other spec…
 
In 2019, a SpaceX rocket released 60 small satellites into low-Earth orbit—the first wave of more than 10,000 planned releases. At the same time, a new field of environmental debate was also launched—with satellite companies on one side, and astronomers, photographers, and stargazers on the other. Contributing Correspondent Joshua Sokol joins host …
 
Australian environmental designer, ecological educator and writer. He is best known as one of the co-originators of the permaculture concept with Bill Mollison. His latest project is RetroSuburbia is part manual and part manifesto. The book shows how Australian suburbs can be transformed to become productive and resilient in an energy descent futur…
 
Our special episode series for The Reusies™ National Reuse Awards continues with the full panel discussion from the event on September 30. Moderated by science communicator and TV personality Danni Washington, panelists Matt Prindiville of Upstream; Bridget Croke of Closed Loop Partners; Liz Segran of Fast Company; and artist/activist Benjamin Von …
 
Tabara N'Diaye is the founder of La Basketry, a lifestyle brand which began its life offering handwoven homeware and accessories made in collaboration with female artisans in her native Senegal. She has since gone on to release her debut book, ‘Baskets’, a stylish guide to basket-making, now available in 6 languages. On a mission to make basketry '…
 
The NewzKidz are back! After a long summer break, the NewzKidz are back reporting on a round-up of the week's top news and current affairs stories. This week, they cover the UK fuel supply crisis, why Facebook went offline on Monday, National Poetry Day, the discovery of the world's largest underwater volcano and the latest on the volcanic eruption…
 
The Convention of Biological Diversity is set to meet in October 2021 and will discuss adopting a new target of protecting 30% of the ocean by 2030. Over the last two decades, there has been a drastic increase in the number of large-scale marine protected areas (MPAs) driven mainly by international MPA targets and a “bigger is better” approach to c…
 
Taking inspiration from President Kennedy’s Moonshot which united people around a goal to put man on the moon and spurred the development of new technology in the 1960s, the Earthshot Prize is centred around five simple but ambitious goals for our planet. Over the next three editions of Costing the Earth, Chhavi Sachdev meets the prize nominees fro…
 
Learn about BDP an additive that makes plastic packaging biodegrade under a variety of conditions. We discuss how to even make plastic in the first place and why it's so important to manage the waste it produces. In this episode we speak to Ryan Jesse Founder and CEO of Change Plastic for Good the makers of BDP an additive being used by brands like…
 
State environmental officials are stepping up efforts to assist Benton Harbor residents who have had their drinking water contaminated. The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) says it will provide bottled water, filters, and blood testing for children. Reporter Eric Lutz of The Guardian talks about his reporting on yet…
 
Today, most newborns get some biochemical screens of their blood, but whole-genome sequencing is a much more comprehensive look at an infant—maybe too comprehensive? Staff Writer Jocelyn Kaiser joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss the ethical ins and outs of whole-genome screening for newborns, and the kinds of infrastructure needed to use these scre…
 
Microplastic poop 00:45-04:43 Polar Bears 04:45-06:00 Potty training cows 06:02-07:50 Hero of the week 07:53-09:23 EV Chargers 09:25-12:50 Pipelines 12:52-14:12 Social Media 14:14-15:03 Bitcoin 15:05-20:24 Walter Monk 20:26-22:28 You can reach me at rf@richardfriedman.net You can find my books here with the links to find your favorite retailer. Cli…
 
The Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin is protected at the highest level in China, but its numbers are dwindling fast. In Hong Kong, where the species is affectionately known as the Chinese white dolphin, only 37 individuals remain. Their struggle for survival pits them against massive development projects and fishing vessels because dolphins use sonar …
 
In this episode, we visit the Great Barrier Reef to discover the clamorous underwater world of marine life sounds. What can we learn from listening closely to the underwater soundscape? And are there ways we can use sounds to help, rather than harm, the animals in our ocean ecosystems? Guests: Timothy Gordon, University of Exeter Visit chinadialogu…
 
Are you unwittingly contributing to waste colonialism via your wardrobe choices? What happens to our unwanted clothes when we donate them? Overproducing and underusing clothes has far-reaching consequences, as this week's guest Liz Ricketts of The Or Foundation explains. Each week, around 15 million pieces of secondhand clothing arrive in the Kanta…
 
Dr. Michael Lennox obtained his Masters and Doctorate in Psychology from The Chicago School and his Doctoral Dissertation, Astrology, and Personality, is published by Lambert Academic Publishing. Dr. Lennox is also the author of two books on dreams, Dream Sight: A Dictionary & Guide for Interpreting Any Dream and Llewellyn's Complete Dream Dictiona…
 
Qasa Alom has always been told that his family farm in Sylhet, Bangladesh is his heritage. His parents have spent their time and money trying to maintain the estate and his father has always hoped Qasa would take on some of the strain. Born in Britain, Qasa had other ideas about how he wanted to spend his time but he now faces a new challenge; how …
 
It turns out, sound is really the dominant sense for animals underwater. For anything further than 10 metres away, marine life uses sound rather than sight to gather information. So human produced noise pollution - whether its construction or shipping vessels - alters ocean animals ability to communicate, mate and even survive. In this season, we f…
 
How has the pandemic affected sustainability? Diversity and sustainability experts Heather Mak and Coro Strandberg return to Closing the Loop to chat with Allen about diversity in sustainability and how the pandemic has enabled a purpose-driven economy. They discuss what a purpose-driven economy is, how the pandemic has enabled it, and equity, dive…
 
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