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Do you want to bring nature to your backyard, grow food, and help heal our living world? Join Daron Williams—restoration ecologist, permaculture enthusiast, and lifelong gardener—for concrete steps you can take at home to cultivate abundance for people, plants and wildlife. Tune in, grab a shovel, and make the living world around you come alive.
 
A series of podcasts hosted by Dr Will Liddell, family doctor and ecologist, comprising conversations about biodiversity, health and the environment. Contributors include healthcare professionals, farmers, scientists and conservationists and the content explores their work, their careers and their thoughts about environmental issues. Sound enginering is by Rob Wynne-Griffiths.
 
Whether you find spiders fearful or fascinating, they are to be admired for their web-spinning and prey-catching techniques, and the remarkable methods they use to move from one place to another. In this album, researchers in Denmark and the United States use an 8-legged robot and a virtual spider, high-speed photography, a hot air balloon and a rowing boat to explore the biophysics of spiders. In the audio track, Dr David Robinson of The Open University explains how advances in technology a ...
 
Come along with horticulturist Daniel Fuller as we enter a hidden world of horticultural, ecological and landscape gardening knowledge with featured experts, industry professionals and enthusiasts. We inform and inspire you with weekly episodes to help you become an unstoppable plant whisperer.
 
Plus Three dives deep into the world of drugs, from local decriminalization and emerging psychedelic corporations to leftist politics and mass incarceration. Each week the team and guests attempt to make sense of the complex connections between drugs, science, capitalism, policy, and culture. The podcast is co-hosted by Psymposia co-founder Brian Normand, psychedelics research and bio-ethicist Nese Devenot, evolutionary ecologist Brian Pace, and underground researcher David Nickles.
 
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Life On The Brink

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Life On The Brink

Gabriel George & Alex Bezzina

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What drives someone to track kiwis in the rain, chase lions up trees, or jump on dugongs? And with so many species out there, does it matters if a few of them go the way of the Dodo? Join Gabriel and Alex talking with incredible conservationists and asking them the big questions: Should we bother saving a population of 400 black cockatoos? Why do all your favourite moments from researching big cats always involve them trying to eat you? How are flightless kiwis so hard to catch?! New episode ...
 
"THE WILD with Chris Morgan" explores how nature survives and thrives alongside (and often despite) humans. Taking listeners across the Pacific Northwest and around the world, host Chris Morgan explores wildlife and the complex web of ecosystems they inhabit. He also tells the stories of people working in and protecting the wild around us.
 
Science Voyage dives into the surprising ways that science shapes our lives and gives them meaning - a meaning that is often hidden, just beneath the surface. This is a weekly podcast created by ecologist Jai Ranganathan and is brought to you by SciFund Challenge.
 
Sciographies introduces listeners to scientists at Dalhousie University. Each episode explores events in our guest’s life that left an impression powerful enough to lead them to their career in science. Guests will also talk about their research and provide thought-provoking commentary on topics like climate change, cannabis research, endangered species and more.
 
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Bat Conservation Trust

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Trustee and ecologist Steve Roe talks to the experts as well as local heroes to bring you the stories from the bat conservation movement. Designed for both Bat Conservation Trust members and the wider bat conservation community, Series 2 had episodes released every second Wednesday from autumn 2020 all the way through to the spring of 2021. Series 3 is coming later in the year. Bats are magical but misunderstood mammals. At the Bat Conservation Trust we have a vision of a world rich in wildl ...
 
A Series of Dialogues with John P Milton, founder of Way of Nature, and a pioneering ecologist, spiritual teacher, meditation master, vision quest leader and shaman. John began exploring deep stillness via Solo time in Nature, & has synthesised the essence of multiple wisdom traditions to create a common ground approach that help us connect to source awareness, & reveal an authentic way of being that aligns with our purpose, & cultivates harmony with Source (true nature), Self (inner nature) ...
 
In each episode, the podcast “From the Source” covers stories of places and people that bring Pittsburgh to life. Created in the spring of 2020, “From the Source” began as an experiment to help our listeners process the changes brought on by a global pandemic. In Season 2, we’re still learning what adapting to COVID-19 requires. Narrated by PublicSource community correspondent Jourdan Hicks, “From the Source” hopes to move, inspire and inform you about where you live, play, learn and breathe ...
 
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Making Waves: A Freshwater Science Podcast

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Making Waves: A Freshwater Science Podcast

Current Hosts: Stephen Elser, Erin Larson, Eric Moody, Susan Washko. Past Hosts: Tim Cline, Julie Kelso

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We disseminate current research in the aquatic sciences to a general audience through a semi-monthly podcast. Our goal is to frame recent high-profile research papers or career achievements in the broader context of current environmental and scientific issues and discuss how the guests arrived at these discoveries. We interview a wide variety of scientists ranging from graduate students to tenured professors from a diversity of countries and backgrounds.
 
Exploring Arizona Life Science Research and Biodiversity with the Tree of Life Web Project. The series focuses on Sonoran Desert biodiversity and research at the University of Arizona. The Bugs of the Month sub-series features entomologist Carl Olson. The work of the general community, teachers and learners is also showcased, and we welcome contributors from all walks of life, as well as features that highlight the connections between cultural and biological diversity.
 
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...is tigers are wonderful things! However we can't verify whether their tops are actually made of rubber nor their bottoms made out of springs. Episode 9 of Life On The Brink is full of tiger talk and more Tigger from Winnie-the-Pooh references! Hear how hard it is to count one of the world's most elusive big cats, and how Arjun once came face-to-…
 
In this episode, we interview Dr. Boris Worm. He’s a marine ecologist in the Department of Biology with a focus on biodiversity and conservation research. Dr. Worm is also the Ocean Literacy Ambassador with the Ocean Frontier Institute and the Founder and Scientific Director of Ocean School. Our local listeners may recognize him from his biweekly C…
 
Welcome to the first of four episodes on ELASMOBRANCHS (rays & sharks)! Over the next month, we've got two full episodes and two little bonus episodes headed your way. We know we only just started out fortnightly schedule but we just can't help ourselves!! Episode 10 of Life On The Brink is all about the world of the ocean's wanderers: MANTA RAYS! …
 
We're back into the agricultural content! In this episode, we start framing up a dialogue on what is silvopasture, how do we understand layering our trees in this environment in relation to livestock, and how does local ecology set the boundaries of what these systems should look like? Sources: Steve Gabriel, "Silvopasture" Mark Shepard "Restoratio…
 
A career in horticultural media can help you meet exciting people and get a unique insight into the industry that you can share with others. Whether you specialise in one area or your focus is more general, like today's guest Karen Smith who is an editor, horticulturist and mentor, this episode will help you start your career change. Ian Smith is o…
 
“The ultimate, hidden truth of the world is that it is something that we make and could just as easily make differently.” - David Graeber, The Utopia of Rules Dedicated to the memory of David Graeber. Rest in power. Today's episode is a collaboration between Works in Theory and Coffee with Comrades to discuss David Graeber's What’s the Point If We …
 
In this episode we are graced with Josh Schrei. Josh is a writer. A teacher. A lifelong student of world mythologies and cosmologies. He hosts a very high quality podcast called The Emerald: Currents and Trends Through a Mythic Lens. Offering perspectives on everything from current global events to cultural movements in art, science, music, literat…
 
In this episode, we talk to Dr. Sherry Stewart. She’s a clinical psychologist, Canada Research Chair in Addictions and Mental Health, and Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. Dr. Stewart is known for her research on the individual psychological factors and personality traits that drive a person’s alcohol abuse, other substance misuse, or problem …
 
Welcome to HMSC Connects! where Jennifer Berglund goes behind the scenes of four Harvard museums to explore the connections between us, our big, beautiful world, and even what lies beyond. This week Jennifer Berglund is speaking with Gabriela Soto Laveaga, a professor of the History of Science in the History of Science department at Harvard, who re…
 
Do you know what micro-climates you have on your property? Learning how to identify existing micro-climates and how to create new ones can help you cultivate abundance. In this episode, we look at what micro-climates are, how to identify them, and how to create new ones. Check out the show notes to learn more about micro-climates and get access to …
 
We chat with R. Scot Miller, author of "Gospel of the Absurd", a theological primer concerned with messianic and feminist care-ethics, about outreach and the overlaps of Quakerism and Anarchy. Why does modern religion fail our communities, and how can it be used as a tool to empower community in the future? Support this podcast by becoming a Patron…
 
Clive Larkman is an Aussie grower that writes for our sponsor Hort Journal Australia and really knows his herbs. Together with his wife Di, he runs Larkman Nurseries in Victoria, and he's also one of the growers for Renaissance herbs who distribute plants around the country. In this episode, Karen Smith, editor for the Journal and I interview him t…
 
In this episode, we interview Dr. Dozie Okoye, an economist who studies human capital and economic development, with a particular focus on the African continent. He’s from Nigeria himself, but came to Canada for university and has been living here ever since. His desire to stay connected to his roots in Nigeria has shaped his entire research progra…
 
Managing wet areas on your property can be a challenge. But these areas can also be very important for wildlife and building resilience in the face of climate change. And you can even grow food in them. In this episode, we look at strategies for managing wet areas on your property in a way that heals the living world and cultivates abundance for pe…
 
In this episode, we chat with Cathy Mayne, ecologist at Mountain Environment Services, about the current state of the Scottish Highlands, and the triangulated relationship between ecology in the context of time, humans, and climate change. What do we do with ecological biomes where we can't go back to the past because of climactic change? Support t…
 
Angelo Eliades is an urban permaculturist that's able to harvest significant yields from his 60m2 of garden beds. In this episode, he explains how we can use the power of nature to grow more food with less land. We discuss Integrated Pest Management (IPM), companion planting, layering plants and much more. EPISODE LINKS Visit the Deep Green Permacu…
 
This epsiode Fuzzy Logic celebrates Earth Science Week with Geoscience Australia dishing the dirt on how soil is solving crimes around Australia. Dr Patrice de Caritat starts the episode by sharing how researchers in Canberra trialled a new method of tracking criminals using soil. Next up, Natalie Schroeder takes us back in time to share how Austra…
 
In this episode we interview Melanie Massey, a PhD candidate in the Department of Biology. Her research looks at how temperatures influence organisms. Particularly, the cascading effects that some organisms experience when they’re subject to temperature fluctuations in early life stages. She also dedicates her spare time to engaging BIPOC youth in …
 
What are you doing this fall to cultivate abundance? While the vegetable garden is slowing down and the days are getting shorter fall is a great time to take steps to ensure your land will be filled with abundance next spring. In this episode, we look at 3 ways you can cultivate abundance this fall. Check out the show notes to learn more about the …
 
Sally Hayns, Chief Executive at the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM) talks about why this professional body was established, what it has achieved over the last 30 years and why Sally has no plans to step down anytime soon. Our conversation includes their career framework document, mentor scheme, protecting the tit…
 
The climate change problem is immense and it can feel like we're helpless. Yet in our own way there is a lot we can do. Today on Fuzzy Logic we met people from different backgrounds who demonstrate their own approaches to the problem. Mark Butler, former federal shadow minister for Climate and EnergyAndrew Bray https://www.re-alliance.org.au/Andew …
 
We chat with the University of Michigan's Dr. Inés Ibáñez about forest ecology and our role in sustaining these ecosystems during climate change. We chat about invasives, what it looks like to view the forests of the future, and the role everyday people have in protecting these spaces. Support this podcast by becoming a Patron at: https://www.patre…
 
As a horticulturist working in the maintenance sector, I can appreciate the importance of connecting people from different sectors so we can all learn from each other. In this episode, the editor of the best and only Aussie horticultural industry magazine, Karen Smith explains why this is so important, and how Hort Journal Australia has aimed to be…
 
The Plants Grow Here podcast is one year old! We're now taking things to the next level with sponsors and guest hosting, and in this short episode we explain how we're advancing our original mission outlined in Episode 1. FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter: @PlantsGrowHere / Facebook: @PlantsGrowHerePodcast - Join our Facebook group! VISIT OUR WEBSI…
 
Your soil needs to be covered with mulch. Without it soil life will suffer, your plants won’t thrive, and the land will be less abundant. You should mulch your soil if you want to heal the living world. In this episode, we look at 3 reasons why you should mulch your soil. These 3 reasons are protecting soil life, retaining moisture, and preventing …
 
Get ready to meet the cutest most baby-dragon-looking-est lizards we've somehow never heard about before on Episode 8 of Life On The Brink! Reptiles are so often overlooked in conservation and these cute critters are a perfect example. They live in family groups and make houses out of logs complete with outdoor dunnies. What's not to love?! In the …
 
What do ants, the Cherokee, and Honey Locusts have in common? We chat with Dr. Robert Warren of the Warren lab of SUNY Buffalo about climate change & human-managed landscapes. To see his research, check out: http://scholar.buffalostate.edu/warrenrj/ Support this podcast by becoming a Patron at: https://www.patreon.com/PoorProlesAlmanac…
 
Join Matt Wainhouse, Geoff Liddell and myself for episode 14, as we take a deep dive in to one of Knepp’s magnificent oak trees. Matt is carrying out research on the heart-rot communities found in oak to get an idea of how communities of fungi assemble in living trees, and try to relate this to their function as ecosystem engineers. With the aid of…
 
Ben Courtice is an ecologist, botanist and bush regenerator working for a company on behalf of council around the Melbourne area, and he knows native grasses. In this episode, he shares his wisdom so that we can approach this type of plant with confidence. There are a range of habitat and amenity services that our native Aussie grasses can provide,…
 
In this episode, we interview Dr. Rachel Chang. She’s an atmospheric scientist with the Department of Physics and Atmospheric Science. Dr. Chang uses her background in engineering and chemistry to study aerosols in the air — where they come from, how they change and move around, and how they impact both current weather conditions and longer-term cl…
 
From tiny cowries to giant clams, seashells have gripped human imaginations since time immemorial. In her magnificent new book, The Sound of the Sea, journalist Cynthia Barnett tells the epic history of humanity’s interactions with shells and the soft-bodied animals who make them. These stories of how we have treasured, traded, plundered, and covet…
 
We chat with ecologist Peter Etheridge about saving ancient forests, the role of humans in landscapes, and finding common ground with non-leftists in ecological spaces. Check out Pete's work at http://greenwood-ecology.co.uk/ Support this podcast by becoming a Patron at: https://www.patreon.com/PoorProlesAlmanac…
 
Welcome to HMSC Connects! where Jennifer Berglund goes behind the scenes of four Harvard museums to explore the connections between us, our big, beautiful world, and even what lies beyond. This week Jennifer Berglund is speaking with Dana Yoerger, Senior Scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, who works in the Deep Submergence Labora…
 
If you want to support wildlife then you’ve got to give them a place to call home and take shelter. Critter homes are a great option and are simple to create. Plus, these simple structures can provide other benefits such as keeping the soil cool and moist around your plants. In this week’s episode, we dive into critter homes and look at how you can…
 
Welcome to the first Life On The Brink bonus episode! Launching Life On The Brink has been a very humbling experience. The response we've seen so far blew us away, so we kept pushing weekly episodes out so you could get to know who we are and what this podcast is all about. But we've now kicked into our on-going fortnightly release schedule to main…
 
We chat with Mark Wardle about rewilding projects going on across the UK, lessons from 3 decades working in ecology restoration, ancient farming practices and the loss of ancestral knowledge. What is the role of these traditional practices in the future? Support this podcast by becoming a Patron at: https://www.patreon.com/PoorProlesAlmanac…
 
Joey Santore runs the awesome Crime Pays But Botany Doesn't YouTube channel, where he walks around describing plants in his own unique style. In this episode, he came on the show to talk about Australian plants, how they've evolved, and how they're unique compared to other plants around the world. EPISODE LINKS Start by watching Joey's Western Aust…
 
Dr. Becca Tarnas is a scholar, artist, counselling astrologer, and an editor of Archai: The Journal of Archetypal Cosmology. She is the daughter of renowned psycho-cultural historian, Richard Tarnas. Becca received her PhD in Philosophy and Religion at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) in San Francisco. Her dissertation is titled …
 
In this episode, we interview Dr. Chris Moore. He’s a developmental psychologist with the Department of Psychology & Neuroscience at Dalhousie University. His longstanding research interest examines social understanding and behaviour in early childhood. Outside of his research, he spent the last 12 years as Dalhousie’s Dean of Science. Now that his…
 
In this episode we chat to Peter Harrison about his own incredible personal journey with birds as well as his spectacular new publication 'Seabirds: The New Identification Guide'. This episode is only available as a podcast, not as a YouTube video. To purchase the book directly from Lynx go here: https://www.lynxeds.com/product/seabirds/ To registe…
 
When the leaves start to fall from the trees what do you do with them? If you’re like most people you rake them up and get rid of them. But if you want to cultivate abundance and heal the living world you need to keep your fall leaves. In this episode, we look at the benefits of keeping your fall leaves and what to do with them. From supporting wil…
 
It's time to float like a migrating butterfly for Episode 7 of Life On The Brink! Insects make up more than 90% of species on this planet, and yet we know so little about them. In this episode, we unravel the complete mysteries of butterfly migration with Ph.D. candidate Shawan Chowdhury. We hear how Shawan fell into the world of butterflies as a s…
 
The relationship between ecology and anarchy is often considered a specific niche of anarchist thought. In this conversation, we talk about the need for anarchy to be centered on ecology and agro-ecology. How do we build resilient networks under capitalism that are centered around foodways and supporting our ecology? Peter Gelderloos is an anarchis…
 
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