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We explore the ocean through a climate change lens. We strive to make the ocean healthier by listening to those who work on it, study it, live next to and are inspired by it. We help you understand ocean science, innovation and technology, and how climate change affects our ocean and the world at large. You can reach us by email: Thebroadcast@cbc.ca
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Taking a deep dive into climate breakdown. With interviews from activists, scientists, politicians on how we can push for a green and just world. Looking at the latest developments in Manchester's and the North's climate movement.
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To respond to the challenging times we are living through, physician, humanitarian and social justice advocate Dr. Paul Zeitz has identified “Revolutionary Optimism” as a new cure for hopelessness, despair, and cynicism. Revolutionary Optimism is itself an infectious, contagious, self-created way of living and connecting with others on the path of love. Once you commit yourself as a Revolutionary Optimist, you can bravely unleash your personal power, #unify with others, and accelerate action ...
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To make sustainable change, protect our environment and create a lower-carbon future, we need to have a dialogue with everyone involved. Join us on Sustainably Speaking, as we talk with innovators, policymakers, academics, and scientists to discuss the most critical issues of our time – and innovative ways to create a brighter future through the lens of sustainability. Visit: https://plasticmakers.org/education-innovation/podcast/.
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Voices of Change is a captivating podcast series that showcases the inspiring stories of dedicated local experts, resilient community members, and the lovely individuals involved in CAFOD's impactful work around the world. Join us as we celebrate the voices that inspire hope and positive change. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Climate Diplomacy Podcast gives insights into the latest developments in international climate diplomacy and security. Our hosts Raquel Munayer and Alexandra Steinkraus interview experts and practitioners on their take on climate foreign policy, climate-related impacts to security, and promoting peace and resilience in a changing climate. Together we look into climate-fragility, migration, food insecurity, gender dynamics and much more, not to mention our deep dive into countries and reg ...
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Voices and conversations on Earth connection; environmental issues; climate action & sustainable solutions through an Islamic worldview. New podcast every other Jumah (Friday).
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Get informed, get inspired, and get empowered to make more animal and eco friendly choices. The Forces for Nature podcast celebrates people who are doing great things in sustainability, conservation, and animal-related issues. We bring you uplifting stories of these everyday heroes; their trials and triumphs; and how they find the motivation to keep going. You’ll leave feeling hopeful, prepped with actionable tips that answer your question, “But what can I possibly do,” so that you, too, can ...
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Five Degrees of Change is the new energy and environment podcast series from the Business Post. Host Daniel Murray will explore how we can all make the necessary changes to reduce our impact on the environment at this critical time. He’ll be asking some of the most influential experts in politics, business and academia to propose three big environmental policy changes they would make if they had the opportunity, and to let us in on two small personal changes they have made to contribute to a ...
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Equity In Every Drop

Waterkeeper Alliance

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This podcast features the diverse voices, experiences, and perspectives of our global movement of Waterkeeper groups, impacted community members, and leading experts. Join us for meaningful conversations about critical issues threatening our waters and the actions, policies, and solutions we need to promote environmental equity, advance environmental justice, and protect everyone's right to clean water. Whether you're a seasoned advocate or new to the cause of clean water, join us to listen, ...
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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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Nerdy About Nature

Nerdy About Nature

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Hosted by Ross Reid, Nerdy About Nature is a passion project that creates fun, educational content with the aim of inspiring folks to engage with the outdoor world, to fall in love with it, and to advocate on it's behalf so that we can create a more inclusive, diverse, equitable, and just future for us all. From a 'Podchat' series that interviews experts in their field to the 'Undercurrent' news updates and everything in between, full of fun fact to make your time outside more fun. Visit Ner ...
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Well, Now

Slate Podcasts

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We all want to achieve wellness, but how many of us have a clear understanding of what it is or how to measure it? Some believe it’s meeting a certain set of metrics around health. Others see it as becoming a more effective self-advocate when navigating our health challenges, or creating a balance in work, fitness, and family that promotes a sense of well-being. However we define wellness, we can all use advice from thoughtful people about how to find it for ourselves. That’s the mission of ...
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2 Degrees Out West

Western Resource Advocates

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Listen in as we examine the story behind some of the most pressing conservation issues facing the West. We talk with issue experts, legislators, researchers, organizers, conservation advocates, and more about what we can do to help protect the West’s land, air, and water – and, yes, to fight the climate crisis and hold global heating to within 2 degrees Celsius.
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Sustainable Growth Podcast with Melissa Ambers

Sustainable Growth with Melissa Ambers

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Welcome to Sustainable Growth, where we explore the pathways to sustainable growth in an ever-changing world. I'm your host, Melissa Ambers; we delve into the strategies, innovations, and insights driving businesses and individuals toward a more sustainable future. In a world where challenges like climate change, resource depletion, and social inequality loom large, it's more crucial than ever to chart a course toward growth that doesn't come at our planet's or its people's expense. That's w ...
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Down to Earth is a podcast about regenerative agriculture, and it’s for everyone who eats. We invite you to meet the people shaping a healthier food system—farmers, ranchers, scientists, land managers, writers, and many others. Designing a future that draws on both tradition and innovation, they’re on a mission to change the paradigm so that the food we eat is healthy and long-term sustainable—for families and growers, for wildlife and water, for climate and planet. downtoearthradio.com
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As Australia’s most ambitious climate-focused cultural project, 100 Climate Conversations aims to inspire action by presenting an evidence-based and empowering vision of the future. The program showcases 100 visionary Australians, taking effective action to respond to the most critical issue of our time, climate change. Featuring Mike Cannon-Brookes, Victor Steffensen, Ronni Kahn, Clover Moore, Rebecca Huntley, Grace Vegesana, Ross Garnaut and Ketan Joshi in conversation with some of the nat ...
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Agriculture Live, is your gateway to the pulse of the agriculture sector. Join us as we delve into the heart of agriculture, bringing conversations with industry leaders, innovators and pioneers who are reshaping the future of farming and agriculture. Agriculture Live discusses new issues and topics within the agricultural and farming industry, from cutting-edge innovations and sustainable practices to the pressing issues facing our agriculture and farming. Hosted by Rebekah Shields, Managin ...
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Nourishing Matters to Chew On

Nourishing Matters to Chew On

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Nourishing Matters to Chew On is a podcast that takes its cue from big picture, healthy and sustainable food system agendas and digs in to explore what these change agendas mean for us here, in Australia. It looks at how we produce and enjoy food in a Climate Change future, as well as how we value the people, places and animals that nourish us. Join host Anthea Fawcett - sustainability advocate, founder of Foodswell and farmer’s daughter - as she journeys across our food and agricultural lan ...
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The longest running independent international affairs podcast features in-depth interviews with policymakers, journalists and experts around the world who discuss global news, international relations, global development and key trends driving world affairs. Named by The Guardian as "a podcast to make you smarter," Global Dispatches is a podcast for people who crave a deeper understanding of international news.
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I am Anshul Akhoury, and I am an award winning travel blogger from India. I am an advocate of responsible travel in India and have won Silver in Outlook Traveller India Responsible Travel Awards. I have worked in Himalayas to control plastic pollution, raise awareness for climate change in India and volunteered in Ladakh for preservation of Snow Leopard Habitats. Here, on this podcast, I will connect with different experts from the field of responsible travel who have done something signific ...
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Are you worried about our planet? Do you feel the need for change? Imagine a journey together. Changemakers around the world will share their views and solutions to the greatest challenge of our time. Diverse, Inclusive and Open. From Kenya to the World with Samuele Tini, 3 episodes per month,9,19 and 29!
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The L.A. Report is a breakdown of the day's top news from Southern California, featuring the award-winning reporting of LAist 89.3 FM – L.A.'s number one NPR station. Hosted by Susanne Whatley in the morning and Nick Roman in the afternoon, it's the smart way to start and end your day. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.
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What’s your vision for the future? For yourself, your community, and humanity? The leaders interviewed on the This is Candor podcast come from all backgrounds, including entrepreneurs, investors, adventurers, researchers, mindfulness experts, and more. Their stories and the wisdom they impart may just inspire you to contemplate and take action on your vision.
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What It's Like To...

Elizabeth Pearson Garr

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"What It's Like To..." lets you vicariously experience intriguing things you may never get the chance to do. You can learn what it's like to summit Mt. Everest, attend the Academy Awards, and be a professional baseball player. Each week on our podcast, an insightful, accomplished guest shares personal stories and witty anecdotes with host Elizabeth Pearson Garr.
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Talk Impact

Priya Thachadi

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A podcast for and about leaders at the frontlines of social change in Asia. Hear their inspiring stories, their valuable insights, and the tips they picked up along their journey to success, in conversation with social impact advocate and entrepreneur, Priya Thachadi. Talk Impact is a series with the movers and shakers in the Impact Investing and Social Entrepreneurship ecosystem in Asia. Priya Thachadi’s heart to heart discussions with industry leaders are engaging, thought-provoking, and a ...
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DEFIANT: With Amie Archibald-Varley

Amie Archibald-Varley & Jordan Varley

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Things have been extremely difficult. A pandemic, divisive politics, climate change, a war, women’s rights & Civil Rights, wealth inequality, housing, inflation, relationships, Social Media…The list can go on and on. We have focused on all these important issues but neglected the most important issue. Our mental health. People aren’t ok…. Social media is FAKE. We tend to show the best sides of ourselves—the truth or rawness of emotion/reality is rarely shown. When those of us no longer fit t ...
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Impact 360⁰ aims to inform, educate and build awareness of shared experiences on issues that affect human conditions. We'll be connecting with individuals and organizations that operate sustainable programmes positively affecting people's lives. We hope that this helps to create a paradigm-shift for us to live harmoniously with each other. Kindness and compassion as we all know, go a long way. Join the movement, that celebrates: - Improving Lives. Improving Communities. You can also leave us ...
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Life is a series of trade-offs. Let’s be more transparent about them. Our guests share the tough, unglamorous sides of the decisions they’ve made to live big lives and chase their dreams. Get inspired to own the hard choices YOU’LL make and stand confidently, even when it’s not what society says you “should” do.
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This show is part of The Human Survival Project, a movement to save the human race. We want humanity to have the tools to protect itself from global catastrophic threats. Solving global threats requires strong global systems. We are building a global grassroots campaign to encourage citizens around the world to push their governments to transform the United Nations. Stay in touch to hear more about the campaign as it develops. Here you’ll learn about climate change, destruction of nature, pa ...
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A podcast by SYPartners about designing a future that’s made for all of us—and the best in us. Design, at its heart, is an act of service. It’s the work of solving problems for the benefit of others. But the world’s most complex challenges require something more comprehensive than our existing design frameworks. Climate change, migration, food distribution. The future of work and education. Bigotry, tribalism, and inequality. How do we design for problems that exist on a global scale? Proble ...
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The COVID-19 global health and economic crisis has highlighted the need for leadership and capital to be urgently targeted towards the vulnerabilities in the global economy. Through conversations with academics and asset owners, the Fiduciary Investors Podcast Series is a forward looking examination of the changing dynamics in the global economy, what a sustainable recovery looks like and how investors are positioning their portfolios. The much-loved events, the Fiduciary Investors Symposium ...
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Capital Musings

UN Capital Development Fund (UNCDF)

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The UN Capital Development Fund makes public and private finance work for the poor in the world’s 45 least developed countries (LDCs). With its capital mandate and instruments, UNCDF offers “last mile” finance models that unlock public and private resources, especially at the domestic level, to reduce poverty and support local economic development.
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Science isn’t as black and white as the media often portrays it. Join former science teacher and vegan educator Sarina Farb for nuanced, honest, and holistic conversations exploring the gray areas of science and ethics in society. If you care about making the world a better place, like doing your own critical thinking, and are tired of censorship, corporate bias, and politicized science, this is the podcast for you! The Science is Gray podcast takes a critical look at the intersection of sci ...
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This is a 'how to' podcast for anyone who wants to create a great place to work. Here, culture leaders will share their insights on how they build great cultures and I'll be sharing my experiences of helping organisations to establish and evolve winning cultures.
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InFocus advances the latest news stories. Join us as we put issues into perspective and provide in-depth analysis. Informational and educational, InFocus provides a detailed examination of the issues affecting our communities.
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The Supply Chain Revolution podcast is a series focused on the latest trends and innovations in sustainability and supply chain management. The podcast is hosted by Sheri Hinish, also known as the Supply Chain Queen, who is a sustainability consultant and digital transformation expert, and features interviews with a wide range of supply chain professionals, thought leaders, and entrepreneurs. The podcast covers a variety of topics related to the supply chain revolution, including digital tra ...
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Case in Point provides smart, informative conversations about the law, society, and culture. By bringing together top scholars with experts on politics, business, health, education, and science, Case in Point gives an in-depth look at how the law touches every part of our lives. Produced by the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School.
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Chip Franklin is an award-winning writer, talk show host, filmmaker, comedian, and musician. A twenty five-year veteran of talk radio, Chip’s also been awarded the National Murrow Award for writing and overall excellence. In addition, Franklin has been honored by The New York Festival for his unconventional coverage of The Democratic and Republican conventions and received more than 30 AP awards for writing and broadcasting. Chip has written for Steve Allen, Jay Leno, and even renowned physi ...
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New restrictions will make it harder for unhoused people to park RVs overnight on LA streets. The City of Los Angeles is taking steps to help 99 Cents Only store workers find a job. L.A. County needs more pre-school teachers. Plus, more. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com. Support the show: https…
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Lane closures on the 101 begin soon, for construction on the Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing. Rain and cooler temperatures return to the Southland. Big Bear Valley's eagle couple no longer in sight, nor are the eggs. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com. Support the show: https://laist.com…
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Dodger superstar Shohei Ohtani’s former interpreter faces federal bank fraud charges. A look at the complicated life of USC and NFL legend O.J. Simpson. And the push to revive vintage movie houses across SoCal, including Brain Dead Studios in Fairfax. Plus, more. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.co…
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Why do abortion pill costs vary among CA's 33 public universities? Metrolink receives $1.3 million to test new technology aimed at preventing collisions. Salmon fishing off California's coast cancelled for the second year in a row. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com. Support the show: https://lai…
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Jeff Loder of the Association Seafood Producers speaks to media about ASP's position in the crab dispute + Doug Chiasson of the Fur Institute of Canada chats about the seal hunt and latest efforts to get seal products into more markets.
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The United Nations Relief and Works Agency, better known as UNRWA, was established in 1949 to support Palestinians displaced during the first Arab-Israeli war. Today, it provides services and humanitarian relief to nearly 6 million Palestinians in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, the West Bank and of course Gaza. There has always been some tension between I…
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Southern Californians will see higher water bills next year despite record rainfall. A federal judge has chosen the auditor who'll look into L.A.'s spending on homelessness. UPS and FedEx add surcharges for deliveries to some zip codes. Plus, more. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com. Support the …
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A judge selects the firm that will audit LA's homeless services and spending. How a four-year university in LA is helping students at 2-year colleges make the leap. Camping at Crystal Lake in the San Gabriel Mountains suspended for spraying. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com. Support the show: h…
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Sports mirror life. So how can we use sports to live our happiest, healthiest, bravest lives? Bekah Rottenberg is the founder of Brave Endeavors, a professional mountain bike instructor, a NASM certified personal trainer, a Patagonia mountain bike Ambassador, and a former professional enduro racer. She retired from pro racing to focus on coaching a…
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As we approach the warmer months and start spending more time outside, healthy skin couldn’t be more important. So how can we best protect our body’s largest organ? Feel free to stock up on all the products for a 10-step routine if you want. But the reality is healthy skin requires just three products. The rest is kind of BS. This week on Well, Now…
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A new audit of California's spending on homelessness finds that the state hasn't been tracking how billions of dollars were spent. L.A. city’s breeding moratorium aims to ease overcrowding at shelters. The Hollywood Bowl swaps parking spots for shuttles. Plus, more. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist…
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AgriCulture Live Episode 8 with guest Jack Potter from Wild Capital - "Biodiversity, Net Gain and Nutrient Neutrality" Embark on an enlightening journey with Jack Potter from Wild Capital, where we navigate the verdant pathways of biodiversity, net gain, and nutrient neutrality. Jack's transition from his roots in farming to a beacon of conservatio…
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State officials have approved a rent cap on low income housing developments. Partial lane closures begin on a two-block stretch of North Santa Monica Blvd. Why the ambitious California Cycleway was never completed. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com. Support the show: https://laist.com…
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In our latest episode we explore the profound intersections of sustainability, activism, and social justice with global activist Kumi Naidoo. Kumi who led in the past Greenpeace and Amnesty International, brings a wealth of experience and insight. He is now a Payne Distinguished Lecturer at the Centre on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law a…
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A little update on the crab dispute + Archival documentary features two men who survived the sealing disaster of 1914 + Mark van Heukelum, an ecologist in Utrecht, on how a live stream camera and virtual doorbell help fish migrate through the city
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Students across Los Angeles share their hope and excitement during the solar eclipse. A federal Judge is expected to decide on who will audit the millions spent on homeless services in LA. Allergy season is in full swing thanks to recent rains. Plus, more. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com. Supp…
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What to expect from today’s Total Solar Eclipse. What a recent UC study reveals about California’s renewable energy sources. A new photo exhibit highlights the Chicano Movement in Long Beach. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com. Support the show: https://laist.com…
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In this episode of Voices of Change, host Celeste Iyinbo sits down with Clare Dixon, an esteemed advocate for justice and human rights with a remarkable 45-year tenure at CAFOD. Clare's unwavering commitment to defending the rights of marginalised communities in Latin America and the Caribbean has earned her accolades such as the OBE and the Cardin…
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50% of all new cars are SUV's, which may come as a surprise to you, considering the various noises around the world about moves to green transport. Is this just people with more disposable income wanting bigger cars, is it for the prestige? Or do car companies need you to buy bigger? This week on the show Lucy and Andrew are joined by political eco…
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On March 31st, Turkey held local elections across 81 provinces. These elections took place less than a year after national elections cemented President Erdogan and his AK Party's hold on power, which he had been consolidating for nearly 20 years through democratic backsliding. But these elections were different -- very different. Erdogan's AKP suff…
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Wong Chen is APHR Board Member, Malaysian MP and lawye. He also has served Non-executive Chairman of the Malaysia Debt Ventures Berhad (MDV) since May 2023, Chairman of the International Relations and Trade Parliamentary Select Committee from December 2019 to May 2020 and again since May 2023 as well as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Subang sinc…
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We check in on a stretch of Highway 1 in Big Sur that keeps crumbling into the sea. We have last minute tips to enjoy tomorrow's solar eclipse. And tsunamis pose a real threat to Southern California - we'll explain how even a small tsunami can be life-threatening and have a big economic impact. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join …
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Officials at the Wayfarers Chapel in Rancho Palos Verdes now say it’s unlikely they’ll ever be able to reopen to the public on its current land. The discount chain 99 Cents Only is shutting all of its 371 locations. A new music center in Historic South Central is bringing state of the art equipment and classes to an affordable housing complex. And …
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Customers of 99 Cents Only stores say the chain’s closing will be a shock to their pocketbook. Taiwanese Americans are sending help to people recovering from the major earthquake in Taiwan. California gets $70 million to connect more residents. Plus, more. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com. Supp…
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A proposal to raise awareness about abortion medication availability at CA public universities. Koreatown group demands accountability surrounding a stalled museum. LA Angels play first home game of the season tonight. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com. Support the show: https://laist.com…
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Ryan Cleary of the Fisheries Protective Co-op says the province could make a regulatory change to help solve dispute over crab + Trevor Bessetter of Recycle on the Rock has acquired a large plastic shredder to help him recycle ghost gear
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Some tenants in Los Angeles who have benefited from Measure ULA say it kept disastrous evictions at bay. California is proposing a new $24 fixed charge on electricity bills. L.A. City leaders propose new rules to protect workers from hazardous dust. Plus, more. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com.…
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LA's Mansion Tax generates way less than projected. Why some SoCal buildings are at risk of collapsing during a quake, like some did in Taiwan. A local non-profit is helping students who are food insecure. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com. Support the show: https://laist.com…
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Analyst John Sackton says damage would be done by prolonged crab dispute, but sees positives in using a crab price formula + Painter Craig Goudie creating huge mural of ocean life for DFO offices in St. John's
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The Gaitenistas, otherwise known as the Gulf Clan, are Colombia's largest and richest criminal armed group. They formed nearly 20 years ago but have gained considerable strength since Colombia's landmark 2016 peace agreement with the Leftist FARC guerrilla group. Today, The Gulf Clan controls much of Colombia's Atlantic coast and is a key player in…
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L.A. city officials launched six mental health crisis response teams. Thousands of Californians can expect their phone bills to go up next year as a federal discount sunsets. Where the best views in Southern California for Monday’s solar eclipse will be. Plus, more. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist…
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Is Hydroponic farming the new sexy? Join me on this week's episode, where I engaged Ricardo Chambers, owner and operator of a multi-million dollar Enterprise - Chamber's Hydrofarm, to speak with us about alternative farming. Chambers Hydrofarm is a pioneer to hydroponic farming in Jamaica, which is a system completely new to many.Chamber’s HydroFar…
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Why filling out the FAFSA form is problematic for some students in particular. How authorities in LA County are using a free handout to combat gun violence. Hundreds turn out for an historic L.A. tradition. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com. Support the show: https://laist.com…
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We're revisiting a popular episode from our archives this week! It's not easy to get to the top of the world. It takes a lot of training and determination, a willingness to endure pain and suffering--and no small amount of luck. Even the most prepared climber can confront a deadly avalanche or fatal turn in the weather. Our guest, Jeff Gottfurcht, …
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Spring is a time for fresh starts. For a lot of us, that means spring cleaning. But don’t worry, we’re not talking about the whole house. This week, the Well, Now team is spring cleaning our medicine cabinets. What are some medicinal must-haves, and what things should we definitely toss? Joining us to help tidy up is Dr. Mauricio Gonzalez, a board-…
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After the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s easy to think we won’t face another global outbreak in the next century. But viruses don’t have a schedule — the next pandemic could be tomorrow. And it could be much more fatal than COVID-19. So, how do we prepare ourselves? With us to explain the best ways to both prevent and face these outbreaks is David Quammen…
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The FBI is investigating Santa Ana Unified School District’s COVID testing contracts. LA City leaders promised ethics reforms, but critics say the city council is dragging its feet. Why the above average snowpack this year isn’t all good news. Plus, more. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com. Suppo…
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Advocates for ethics reform in LA say changes aren't happening fast enough. LA County is teaching lifesaving skills online. USC is searching for a new men's head basketball coach. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com. Support the show: https://laist.com…
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Will Harris's ranch, White Oak Pastures in Bluffton, Georgia, has been in the Harris family for over 150 years. His ancestors had a polyculture farm, but when industrial tools came to ranching, his father, and then Will, went all in––corporate ranching allowed their family to make a good living. But one day, in a life-changing moment of clarity, Ha…
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California's rainy season is ending, but did SoCal get enough rain and snow to avoid water restrictions? CA fast food workers are now paid a $20 hourly minimum wage. Famed sculptor Richard Serra, whose work is displayed in SoCal, died last week at 85. Plus, more. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.co…
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Fast food workers in CA see increase to $20 minimum wage, but there are some exceptions. An outlook on California's water supply, following the recent rains. How heat pump water heaters could help save money and the environment. Support The L.A. Report by donating at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com. Support the show: https://laist.…
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In this empowering episode, Dr. Paul Zeitz (he/him) engages in a riveting conversation with Sarah Gardner, Lennon Torres, and Leah Juliett, three remarkable leaders at the forefront of the fight against child sexual abuse material and technology-facilitated gender-based violence. As CEO of the HEAT Initiative, Sarah Gardner (she/her) shares insight…
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In a time where our planet's health is at the forefront of global discussions, understanding the intricacies of climate change is not just beneficial; it's imperative. Bryce Coon is the Director of Education Initiatives at Earthday.org and a passionate advocate for embedding climate literacy within our educational systems. He plays a central role i…
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Xi Jinping has dramatically reshaped China since coming to power in 2012. He is now effectively a leader for life, and throughout his time in power, he has molded Chinese politics and society to his own ideological predilections. Understanding this ideology, known as "Xi Thought," is crucial for comprehending how China perceives its role in the wor…
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It's another wet weekend as a rainstorm slams our already soggy region - what does this mean for our water supply? Also, the fast food industry is preparing for a wage hike that goes into effect Monday. Some baby boomers are taking on the shortage of affordable homes for millennials with kids. Plus, we check in on the Bunny Museum in Altadena this …
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A storm is bringing more winterlike conditions to Southern California, as thunderstorms, hail and flooding are possible this Easter weekend. We check in with Dodgers fans about the Shohei Otani scandal as the team continues a series against the St. Louis Cardinals. And you can see hundred of colorful butterfly species all in one place at the Natura…
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