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The Carbon Removal Show is the world's leading in-depth podcast on carbon removal. We combine hours of research and interviews with the world’s leading experts to explore the latest developments in carbon removal technology and policy in an easy to digest and engaging podcast format. Our narrative driven, story-focused episodes are enjoyed by both experts in the field and climate-curious individuals wanting to learn more about this increasingly widespread topic. The problem of carbon emissio ...
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In this Podcast Series of Conscious Citizens, we will learn about the concerning matter of Climate Change. Humanity faces the greatest threat from climate change, and it is important to address this issue as a matter of major concern. We will go through the impact of climate change on Humankind, the solutions that will define our fate, and the technological innovations that can help.
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The Earthlings Podcast takes a look at the big issues facing humanity in the early 21st century and our relationship to our environment, technology, and each other. Each episode, award-winning journalist, and former NPR reporter Lisa Ann Pinkerton hosts experts, scientists, and leaders working to solve the world’s biggest challenges. Together, they cover wide-ranging topics including environmental solutions, emerging technologies, what the future might look like, and more. Support us on Patr ...
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Changing the way you think about CO2. This is a podcast for users of Carbon Dioxide that are concerned about access in the future. We will be discussing the security of supply, allocations, Force Majeure, carbon capture, state of the industry, and all things CO2.
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Health Calls

Catholic Health Association

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From ethics to advocacy, Health Calls brings together thought leaders from Catholic health care, academia, public policy, and other organizations to discuss timely topics related to the common good and creating a more just and healthy society. Hosted by Brian Reardon, Health Calls is the official podcast of the Catholic Health Association of the United States.
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Golden Age Gurus ✨

Baba John, Splenic Projector and Guide

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✨ Welcome to our new podcast, where regenerative gurus discuss solutions for improving ourselves and our communities. From quantum healing to resourcery, one episode could improve your life. Get a competitive edge, manifest more, and raise the kundi with Baba J. Disclaimer All info contained on this site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. In addition, none of the statements should be construed to confer medical, legal, or financial advice. Subscribe: https://pod ...
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The Switched on Network Podcast

Innobella Media / Sound Rebel

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The Switched on Network podcast is for anyone who wants to be “Switched On” to the world of technology, gadgets and the Internet! Each week, Paul (@paulfp) is joined by Ben Anderson (“Ben the N00b”) who doesn’t have a clue about technology. He asks the questions that you're too afraid to!
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Engineering begins and ends with people. Michigan Engineers strive to foster a people-first approach to close critical gaps and elevate all people. RE: Engineering Radio is a podcast from Michigan Engineering, sharing stories about research that builds and rebuilds systems — and the people who make it happen. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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A Sustainable Mind is a podcast created for the earth-conscious individual, ecopreneur, environmental activist, sustainability enthusiast, grassroots organizer, minimalist, conscious consumer and the eco-curious. If you are looking to get inspired, motivated and take ACTION to be the change you want to see in the world you are in the right place. Delivered to you each week, Marjorie Alexander brings you environmental changemakers whose campaigns, companies and projects have changed the plane ...
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The App Startup Show - Digiruu

The App Startup Show - Digiruu

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You have an idea for an app, but you might feel unclear on the steps you need to take in order to make it a reality. So at Digiruu we've launched The App Startup Show, a weekly podcast for budding entrepreneurs who want to create apps that excite and innovate - apps that create change in our lives. We’ll be giving you the practical steps you need to take to start building your app today, plus hints and tips from those in the industry who have been through the journey before. Your host for th ...
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ESG now

MSCI ESG Research LLC

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Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) news and investment research brought to you weekly covering major market trends and new research insights. With topics ranging from climate impact on investment portfolios, corporate actions, trending investment topics, and emerging ESG issues, host Mike Disabato of MSCI ESG Research walk through the latest news and research that is top of mind for MSCI ESG Research clients and partners. MSCI ESG Research products and services are provided by MSCI ...
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RESET Mindset podcast aims to inspire change and to help professionals learn about high-impact, innovative collaborations to build a sustainable future. We share stories of companies who are innovating business models through the lens of sustainability. We believe everyone has a responsibility to innovate for a better future and our aim is to inspire people to be a champion in their field or start something new. For transcripts, visit us at www.resetmindset.org Support this podcast: https:// ...
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I interview experts about their fascinating research! I ask everything from how they decided on their research question, to what they want everyone to know about their findings. This podcast will appeal to anyone interested in research, but also anyone interested in learning new things.
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Hello Earthlings! In this episode of Earthlings 2.0, Lisa Ann Pinkerton delves into an innovative solution addressing the global housing crisis without exacerbating our climate emergency with Plantd. With the collective future of 3 billion Earthlings at stake by 2030, the episode navigates the pressing need for sustainable construction methods that…
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On today’s programme we discuss the likelihood and nature of an Iranian attack on Israel.Also, find out why a hunger strike has begun on the island of Tenerife in response to the damaging effects of tourism on the Canary Islands.Plus, we head to Argentina and find out how they are grappling with high inflation.And finally, find out how an American …
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Joe Biden has pledged to protect the Philippines from any attack in the South China Sea. He made the comments at a White House summit with Philippine president Marcos and Japan's Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida. We look at the importance of the US economic relationship with Japan. President Biden has also introduced new rules aimed at tightening gun …
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Consumer prices in the US rose faster than expected last month. The CPI measure of inflation rose 3.5% over the 12 months to March, up from 3.2% in February, the US Labor Department said. How will the new law restricting abortion in Arizona affect the state’s clinics? Plus UK Paralympic legend Baroness Tanni-Grey Thompson tells us what she makes of…
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Commodities - the raw materials that power business around the globe - are surging in price. And that suggests investors betting on a prolonged expansion—and a potential rebound in inflation. The S&P GSCI, which tracks commodity prices has advanced 12% this year. Copper and oil have gained more than 10% and 17%, respectively. Gold is also posting f…
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Hello Earthlings! In this week’s episode of "Earthlings 2.0," Lisa Ann talks to guest Joseph Pratt, CEO and CTO of Zero Emission Industries, on the potential of hydrogen fuel cells in decarbonizing the maritime industry. The episode delves into the groundbreaking work of Zero Emissions Industries and the positive findings that herald the viability …
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More than thirty million people live along the path of the solar eclipse; many others have travelled to share the experience. NASA conducted experiments to study the Sun's atmosphere during the phenomenon. A quarter of Airbnb guests in the US with bookings for Sunday night were booked for a stay in the eclipse’s path. Also, in the programme, the pr…
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A rare earthquake that struck New York City has swayed landmarks and cracked roads. Roger Hearing has been speaking to an NYC based stockbroker who describes the moment of impact plus we hear from the Co-Director of the Global Resilience Institute Dr Daniel Aldrich about whether New York is prepared to withstand a quake of a larger magnitude. Also,…
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We examine one the biggest property deals in Europe since 2022 as Gucci has splashed out on a new $1.3bn office in Milan.British businessman Joe Lewis is sentenced by a US judge to three years' probation for orchestrating an insider trading scheme. The BBC's New York business correspondent Michelle Fleury tell us more.Is Gen Z opting for blue colla…
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Staff at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company are back at work . Roger Hearing examines how the leading chipmaker has been affected by the earthquake from Bob O'Donnell, the President of California based TECHnalysis Research. Tesla expands its ambition into India. We hear what this means for the production and sales of electric cars. And Disn…
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A report led by the World Bank and UN estimates costs to rebuild Gaza’s critical infrastructure to be $18.5 billion dollars. We look at how this will be funded and find out why a charity has suspended shipments of humanitarian aid in Gaza. Also are drivers falling out of love with Electric cars? Tesla and BYD have reported significant a drop in sal…
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A number of countries around the world, including the US, UK and Canada, are making changes to their minimum wage. We examine the impact these increases could have. Plus, why the manufacturing sector in the US expanded for the first time in over a year. Also, Germany relaxes laws around cannabis for personal use but will it lead to a boom in busine…
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The co-founder of FTX has been jailed for "one of the biggest financial frauds" in US history. Also, we find out why the Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has launched its first electric vehicle. France votes on a law to prevent discrimination against your hairstyle at work. And, could a law in Florida stop kids under 13 from accessing social media? …
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A local brewery founder near the Francis Scott Key Bridge reacts to the aftermath and we hear from the United States Chamber of Commerce. Also, China buys flying-car technology from a Slovakian company. And, we look ahead to the sentencing of Sam Bankman-Fried, the disgraced former boss of FTX, the cryptocurrency exchange. (Picture: National Transp…
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For this exclusive podast episode, Mr. Peh Ke-Wei, Vice President of Market Development of Changi Airport Group, spoke with International Airport Review Editor, Holly Miles.Together they discussed the newly refurbished Terminal 2 which has brought capacity to 90 million passengers per annum and includes even more automation and innovation, the exci…
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Rahul Tandon is joined by a reporter in Baltimore to assess the economic impact of the accident.. The port near the bridge is the largest in the US for specialised cargo. And why are young people recording their bosses firing them, and sharing it online? We speak to one TikToker credited with starting the so-called “QuitTok” trend, and an HR expert…
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Hello Earthlings! In this electrifying episode of Earthlings 2.0, host Lisa Ann Pinkerton and expert guest, Sarah Minczeski Delisle, VP of Government Affairs and Communications at Swell Energy, dives deep into how Virtual Power Plants (VPPs) are becoming the unsung heroes in the transition to renewable energy. These systems are not only changing th…
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Rahul Tandon examines the impact of the departure of the company’s Chief Executive David Calhoun. He is leaving Boeing after problems over the company's safety record. The US, UK and New Zealand, and the UK have raised concerns about Chinese cyber attacks and campaigns. It comes after reports emerged about a hacking plot which targeted millions of …
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At least 40 people have been killed after gunmen attacked a packed concert venue on the outskirts of Moscow, Russian intelligence have said. Our Presenter Roger Hearing will be hearing the latest from our reporter. The FBI say there's a criminal investigation into what happened when a panel fell off a Boeing plane in mid-flight back in January. We …
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The US has filed a landmark lawsuit against Apple in which they are accused monopolising the smartphone market and crushing competition. Roger Hearing will be looking at what this means for the company going forward. Turkey has raised interest rates to 50% to fight inflation at 67%, we find out how it affects ordinary citizens. And as the EU moves …
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The US central bank has left interest rates unchanged this month but says they will be cut three times before the end of the year. We look into the details. The world's most expensive drug will soon be available in the US at a price of $4.25m. We hear about the rare disease it treats and the high cost of developing medicine to battle it. Sam Fenwic…
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Hello Earthlings! In this week’s episode, our host Lisa Ann Pinkerton (CEO of Technica Communications),, delves into the indispensable yet underappreciated role of rectifiers in the green hydrogen economy with guest Bryan Allen, Director of Hydrogen and Energy Storage at DynaPower. Together they explore how rectifiers, devices converting AC to DC, …
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The new law broadens the definition of state secrets in a way that could scare away investors. Will the city be able to maintain its place as a top financial hub? The British band Chumbawamba is trying to prevent its biggest hit from being used by a politician in New Zealand. The lead singer tells us why. And Star Wars creator George Lucas steps in…
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Research is a key component of any health system. So, when it comes to serving rural areas, how do these systems reach patients and populations that may otherwise be left out of the research process? Valerie Schremp Hahn, Associate Editor of Catholic Health World, and Amy Elliott, PhD, the Avera Research Institute’s Chief Clinical Research Officer,…
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The country has had negative rates since 2016. Now, the central bank could raise them for the first time in 17 years. We find out what consequences this could have. Rare protests have emerged in Cuba over electricity and fuel shortages. We get the latest. And Uber will pay $178m as part of a settlement to end a lawsuit filed on behalf of thousands …
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The United States is warning the rest of the world that the US is the canary in the coalmine when it comes to the global opioid crisis. Our presenter Will Bain will be hearing what the US plans on doing. We look at the challenges of exporting through the Red Sea during the holy month of Ramadan. And St. Patricks Day is happening this weekend but ho…
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Former Secretary of the U.S. Treasury Steven Mnuchin said he is arranging a team of investors to purchase Chinese social media giant TikTok. Our presenter Roger Hearing will be looking at how significant this move will be to stop Chinese influence in America. Denmark moves to conscript women into the armed forces for the first time as part of a bee…
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Hello Earthlings! In this week’s episode, we dive deep into the enchanting world of waste with our host, Lisa Ann and the dynamic duo behind the Trash Magic! Podcast, Oakley Jennings-Fast and Sara Eve Fuentes. Sara and Oakley share the origins of the Trash Magic! Podcast, unravel the complex relationship we have with trash, and challenge the prevai…
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Luis Felipe de Oliveira, Director General of ACI World, sat down with International Airport Review Editor, Holly Miles, during the Airports Innovate conference in Oman to discuss why innovation will be crucial to airports going forward if we want to double the size of the industry in the next 20 years.…
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Join us in the finale of our sustainability-led discussion with San Francisco International Airport's (SFO) Sustainability Director Erin Cooke, and the airport's Net Zero Lead, Courtney Carroux.It's no secret that San Francisco International Airport places sustainability at its heart. Whether that be by making their buildings energy-efficient, prom…
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Hello Earthlings! In this enlightening episode, we sit down with Philipp Ruez, Head of Sales for Industrial Applications at EKPO Fuel Cell Technologies, and our host, Lisa Ann Pinkerton, to delve into the transformative world of hydrogen fuel cells. They discuss the basic principles of how fuel cells generate power to their significant impact on de…
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Join us in this exclusive podcast where we sit down with San Francisco International Airport's (SFO) Sustainability Director Erin Cooke, and the airport's Net Zero Lead, Courtney Carroux.It's no secret that San Francisco International Airport places sustainability at its heart. Whether that be by making their buildings energy-efficient, promoting e…
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Hello Earthlings! In this exciting episode, we set sail into the transformative waters of the marine transport sector, navigating the currents of change towards a sustainable future with zero-emission yachting at the helm. Our guide through this voyage is none other than Michael Köhler, CEO of Silent Yachts, and a visionary who has been steering th…
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One of the most critical aspects of global health practice is creating and fostering good relationships. Having trusted partners around the globe not only allows us to get the proper resources where they need to go, but also facilitates opportunities for mutual learning. Bruce Compton, CHA's Senior Director of Global Health, and Edmund Nigel Ramsay…
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Welcome back, Earthlings, to another electrifying episode where we shine a light on the innovations set to redefine our energy landscape. Today, we're diving into a breakthrough poised to crack the code of the clean energy future: thermal batteries. We talk with Asegun Henry, founder and chief technology officer of Fourth Power, who sheds light on …
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Welcome to episode 27 of Catching Carbon, where we host an enlightening conversation with Phil DeLuna, the pioneering engineer and scientist leading the charge at DeepSky. With a mission to drive sustainable carbon removal technologies, DeepSky's unique approach and promising scalability could make a significant impact on our global carbon economy.…
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In this enlightening episode, we delve into the pervasive and concerning issue of PFAS (Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) contamination with Nigel Sharp, the forward-thinking founder of Aquagga. PFAS, often referred to as the "forever chemicals," pose a significant challenge to water quality and environmental safety worldwide. Nigel shares his j…
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As health systems work to eliminate inequities in the communities they serve, are we doing all that we can to establish trustworthiness with those communities? What if there is already a lack of trust between provider and patient? Betsy Taylor, Editor of Health Progress and Philip Alberti, Ph.D., Sr. Director of Health Equity Research and Policy an…
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Hello Earthlings! In this week’s episode, join us as Karin Calvinho, co-founder and CTO of RenewCO₂, takes us through her journey from witnessing the environmental impacts of Brazil's petrochemical industry to leading the charge at RenewCO₂. Her story, marked by firsthand experiences with pollution and oil spills, fuels her commitment to sustainabl…
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What happens when an individual company bakes industry scale up into their business philosophy? In this episode, Jakob Andersen shares the “gigaton thinking” mindset that drives his company, MASH Makes, in their approach to business and biochar. MASH Makes started as a project at the Technological University of Denmark focusing on technology that c…
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Hello Earthlings! In this episode, our hosts Lisa Ann, and our guest Gene Gebolys (CEO and Founder of World Energy), take to the skies in discussing Sustainable Aviation Fuels or SAFs. SAFs are becoming more necessary year by year as the fight to combat climate change intensifies. Gene shares enlightening insights on the evolving SAF market and the…
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Hello Earthlings! In this thought-provoking episode, our hosts Lisa Ann and our guest Timothy Papandreou, the CEO of Emerging Transport Advisors (ETA), dive into the transformative world of autonomous vehicle (AV) technology. They discuss the potential global impact, current advancements, and the ethical and societal implications of this rapidly ev…
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With scaling up in mind, this episode dives into an innovative concept that could help the industry take big steps forward. Tom and Emily are joined by Jonny Gilson from Carbonaires and Professor Niall Mac Dowell from Imperial College London to discuss Carbonaires’ ideas for the future of the voluntary carbon market. Big thanks to Carbonaires for s…
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Hello Earthlings! Join us for a compelling discussion on COP28 that cuts through the noise, offering essential insights for anyone passionate about our planet's future with our host, Lisa Ann, a former NPR Environmental journalist with over 15 years in clean technology PR. We’ll unravel how decision-making processes can dilute impactful climate act…
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2023 was a big year for carbon removal! With only 27 years until 2050, Tom and Emily look back on the last 12 months to reflect on the current stage of the industry’s growth commercially, socially and politically. With big thanks to the organisers, speakers and participants of Carbon Unbound Europe 2023 for welcoming us to the event and for all the…
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Hello Earthlings! In today’s episode, join us as we speak with Grant Canary, the visionary CEO behind Mast Reforestation. Grant delves into the intricate journey of ideating and refining reforestation initiatives, shedding light on the challenges faced and the invaluable role of feedback from peers and collaborators. Reforestation stands as a power…
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Rob Cockerill, Global Content Director from gasworld & Rich Gottwald, President of the Compressed Gas Association join our hosts for an in depth conversation about the state of the CO2 industry over the last few years and where we predict it will go in the years to come. After a tough year in 2022 with shortages, allocations, and frequent cases of …
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Join us for this exclusive podcast with Cole Wolfson, Director of xBridge at Pittsburgh International Airport.Pittsbugh is the robotics capital of the world, and Cole discusses the potential of robotics in the airport space, how they are deploying it through xBridge and acting as an intermediary between the airport industry and robotics technology …
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Hello Earthlings! In today’s episode, we’re joined by Dr. Aaron Thierry to discuss the challenges involved in climate activism. We talked about the pivotal role science has in determining the planet's future and why scientists need to take more active social responsibility to enforce meaningful change. Aaron breaks down the criticality of this tran…
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Japan is hit by another earthquake. We hear about the impact it could have on the economy. We examine microfinance and how it works in practice after a Bangladeshi pioneer of this type of finance is sentenced for violating labour laws. And the state railway company of Ukraine introduces women only compartments to stop assaults on trains.…
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