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If you're reading this, I'm surprised. Podcasts are about listening in and becoming a part of the conversation. Listen, even if your native language is English: court room legalese can be a foreign language, medical terminology will sound like it comes from a child's imagination and even basic financial instruments will seem as distant and indecipherable as the dark side of the moon. Rather than hoping everything works out, let's figure out how to navigate our world.
 
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Everyone else might have moved on but we're still plodding through the latest IPCC report over here. Carbon dioxide removal, or CDR, came up all over this report, and because the summary is vastly more positive about the potential of this tech than the rest of the report (thanks in no small part to influence from Saudi Arabia and the U.S.), I wante…
 
When a car bomb kills Daphne Caruana Galizia on the beautiful Mediterranean island of Malta, the hunt for her killers exposes secrets with consequences that go far beyond its shores. In the aftermath of her death an international team of journalists comes together to continue her work. Along the way they start to uncover clues that might lead to he…
 
The different types of work time: work from home, work from office, meetings, coffees, team lunch, company drinks, team offsite, company offsite. Some balance of all of them is optimal? Work from home is almost like having your own office. Sometimes you want to be in an open office, sometimes in a closed door office. With working from home and in t…
 
As we wait to hear whether the Supreme Court will toss WV v EPA altogether or apply the major questions doctrine to broadly rule against the EPA regulating greenhouse gases, period, a group of climate scientists and advocates are filing a petition this morning demanding that the EPA regulate greenhouse gas emissions—not under the Clean Air Act, the…
 
In this episode we discuss if the US democracy is on track to break. In short we think yes. We discuss a history of governance systems and possible things that could be done to change the course. Here are some of the things mentioned: Transforming Power Relationships: Leadership, Risk, and Hope: https://www.jstor.org/stable/43654046Stephen West and…
 
Floodlight's Miranda Green is back with a new story about the push for natural gas in southern California. This time an air board tasked with cleaning up pollution is giving millions of dollars in grant money to gas projects. Read the story: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/jun/07/california-air-pollution-natural-gas?CMP=share_btn_tw…
 
How residential drilling sparked a public health and environmental justice problem in California. Across California, oil wells pepper residential neighborhoods – often directly next to homes, schools, and businesses. These residential wells have been linked to a host of health problems, from asthma to cancer. And these problems disproportionately a…
 
I have been wondering for months what possible sense it makes for every right-wing think tank to have an amicus program. I mean...is any judge really surprised to learn that the Cato Institute is against regulation? But these are not folks who spend money on things for no reason, and the presence and size of amicus programs at conservative "public …
 
In the response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the gas industry is now fully embracing it's new role. Right alongside the API, Chevron, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the industry moved quickly to capture the narrative in the early days of the invasion, going from disinformation blitz to policy wins within a matter of weeks.…
 
Some interesting resources: - Baby on Board: Understand Your Baby's Needs in the First Twelve Months by Howard Chilton- Love Is Biological Bribery. Evolution uses all its tricks to make sure we procreate. But love in humans is a many-splendored thing. BY BRIAN GALLAGHEROutcome = 1. Category of caring * 2. Length of caring- Categories of caring: con…
 
This weekend Australians will vote in the first national election since catastrophic bushfires burned tens of millions of acres and blanketed the country in smoke for weeks. In the lead-up to that election, a look at some of the current government's climate policies, and a risky new move to store carbon deep in the ocean.…
 
Even before the gas industry got into the front group business it was using some questionable tactics to stave off electrification. In this episode, LA Times energy reporter Sammy Roth and Floodlight's deputy editor and investigative climate reporter Miranda Green join to walk us through a wild story from the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. Ch…
 
This week we're bringing you a great episode from A Matter of Degrees: "The Devious Plan to Keep Us Hooked on Gas." Co-hosted by Leah Stokes and Katharine Wilkinson, A Matter of Degrees is a podcast for climate-curious people who know climate change is a problem, but are trying to figure out how to tackle it. Check them out wherever you get your po…
 
A year after San Luis Obispo took the lead in Southern California on a gas ban, the coastal town of Santa Barbara was evaluating a similar proposal, and residents were being spammed with texts encouraging opposition to the ban and offering information through a new "grassroots" group: Citizens for Balanced Energy Solutions. Except it wasn't a citiz…
 
For more than a decade, even environmental advocates promoted the idea of fossil gas as part of the solution on climate change. But while it did help to reduce dependency on coal and thereby reduce CO2 emissions and air pollution, it came with a whole host of its own problems. Today, how the industry is dealing with its new role as part of the prob…
 
Listen to: Brené Brown Says You're Doing Feelings Wrong - https://www.tenpercent.com/podcast-episode/brene-brown-436Daniel Goleman's emotional intelligence framework:- Self-awareness – the ability to know one's emotions, strengths, weaknesses, drives, values and goals and recognize their impact on others while using gut feelings to guide decisions.…
 
In April 2020 when San Luis Obispo announced a plan to become the first city in Southern California to ban gas in new buildings, the region's utility SoCal Gas--the largest gas utility in the country--sprung into action, threatening among other things to bus in large numbers of protestors to crowd the town and city hall, refusing to mask or social …
 
Fossil fuel companies and others have spent decades casting doubt on climate science to allow them to continue to profit. As documented by climate communication expert John Cook and others, these strategies have taken many forms: deny, dismiss, delay, deflect; and they have evolved over time. They’ve also included a concerted effort to recast polit…
 
Five to Four is a podcast about how much the Supreme Court sucks. Every week, Five to Four takes on the Supreme Court's worst decisions, about the most important issues - like police abuse, the Second Amendment, voting rights, and climate change. We're sharing an episode called "Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl," which is a case about the Indian Child …
 
When Tūhoe negotiated legal personhood for their homeland Te Urewera, the global rights of nature community cheered. But in this conversation about how the case connects to rights of nature overall and to the global push for climate action, Tamati Kruger, Tūhoe negotiator and chairman of the board that now oversees Te Urewera, explains that for Tūh…
 
Last episode we told the story of Ecuador's rights-of-nature journey, today Melissa Troutman and Joshua Pribanic, directors of Invisible Hand and co-founders of the journalism organization Public Herald, join to talk about what the landmark Los Cedros ruling means, not just for Ecuador but the world. Subscribe to Damages so you won't miss future ep…
 
Ecuador was the first country to adopt rights of nature into its constitution, but its Constitutional Court (Ecuador’s equivalent to the U.S. Supreme Court) has not heard many cases in the decade or so since the law was added. The new Constitutional justices made a point of picking several cases to test rights of nature, and in 2021 handed down a m…
 
On today’s episode of Who Moved The Hoop?!, Alex O talks Grizzlies-Spurs and Ja Morant’s first 50 point game of his career (2:12), then dives into the rest of Monday nights games featuring, Heat-Bulls (9:37), Timberwolves-Cavs (17:20), Raptors-Nets (21:01), Bucks-Hornets (23:38), Kings-Thunder (27:15), and Magic-Pacers (29:57). Alex wraps up the sh…
 
On today’s episode of Who Moved The Hoop?!, Alex O reacts to Joel Embiid’s recent comments that the Sixers new duo is “unstoppable”. In response, Alex gives his current Top 10 Duos in the NBA (10:12), as well as his Top 10 Duos in the NBA, when healthy (28:40). The Cloud 35 Sports host raps up the show by discussing the Weekend Winners (47:47) and …
 
On today’s episode of Who Moved The Hoop?!, Alex O dives into Thursday night’s NBA action as he recaps the Suns-Thunder (2:17), Bulls-Hawks (6:15), and other teams that keep their winning streaks alive. Then he dives into the T-Wolves-Grizzlies (21:41), Celtics-Nets (31:05), and Warriors-Blazers (37:20) to discuss teams getting solid bounce back wi…
 
Parenting Styles ≈ Management Styles- Neglectful, Permissive, Authoritarian, Authoritative and Helicopter.https://www.cloudstreaks.com/blog/2022/2/12/management-styles-be-authoritative-not-permissive-or-helicopterPermissive = High care & Low boundariesNeglectful = Low care & Low boundariesAuthoritarian = Low care & High boundariesAuthoritative = Hi…
 
On today's episode of Who Moved The Hoop?!, Alex O recaps the NBA All-Star Weekend (1:20) that took place in Cleveland, Ohio this past weekend. Alex goes through the Rising Star Mini Tournament (3:25), the Skills Challenge (8:10), the Dunk Contest (8:55), and the 3-PT Contest (11:30) before getting into the All-Star Game (13:25), Chris Paul's lates…
 
On today's episode of Who Moved The Hoop?!, Alex O starts the show recapping the games from the last night before the All-Star break that included, Mavericks-Pelicans (8:00), Clippers-Rockets (14:25), Heat-Hornets (17:50), Wizards-Nets (23:15), and 76ers-Bucks (25:33). To close, Alex O gives his predictions on the NBA All-Star Weekend (30:15) and w…
 
On today's episode of Who Moved The Hoop?!, Alex O recaps an 11-game slate from Wednesday night in the NBA. The show starts with Bulls-Kings (2:15), Suns-Rockets (9:37), Trailblazers-Grizzlies (14:14), Nets-Knicks (20:00), and Hawks-Magic (25:22) as Alex O discusses some of the hottest teams in the NBA. Then we look at some great bounce back games …
 
On today's episode of Who Moved The Hoop?!, Alex O recaps Tuesday nights games that featured matchups between the Celtics-Sixers (2:10), Suns-Clippers (7:09), Grizzlies-Pelicans (10:58), Timberwolves-Hornets (18:20), Bucks-Pacers (24:40), Hawks-Cavs (27:12), and Dallas-Heat (30:25). Don't forget to stick around for Wednesday nights predictions (33:…
 
Today on Who Moved The Hoop?!, Alex O recaps Bulls-Spurs (3:25), Rockets-Jazz (10:40), Trailblazers-Bucks (13:49), Clippers-Warriors (20:10), and Nuggets-Magic (29:15) as he focuses on the teams continuing to stack wins. Then, he checks in on the Nets-Kings (32:35), Thunder-Knicks (36:10), Pelicans-Raptors (41:50), and Wizards-Pistons (44:02) as te…
 
Today on Who Moved The Hoop?!, Alex O recaps another exciting weekend on the NBA. During the weekend we saw DeMar DeRozan and the Bulls (3:16) continue their hot play, we saw the Joel Embiid show and why he might be the best player in the NBA (15:40), and we saw the Memphis Grizzlies (26:50) demonstrate why they're championship window is now.…
 
What's up y'all! It time for Super Bowl LVI! Alex O and Davey Dave discuss the upcoming Super Bowl featuring the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals. Before they get into SB56, the guys discuss the recently filled Head Coaching jobs in the NFL (2:20) and if Brian Flores will coach in the NFL again (5:00). Then they recap the NFL Honors (9:3…
 
Welcome to a new series on the Cloud 35 Sports Network, Who Moved The Hoop?!, Alex O will discuss many different basketball topics throughout this series and will be joined by different guest, friends, and family. During this introductory episode, Alex O discussed the recently passed NBA Trade Deadline (6:00) and dove into many different trades fro…
 
Alex O and Davey Dave recap the conference championship matchups in the NFL featuring Bengals-Chiefs (11:20) and Rams-49ers (19:00). They then dive into some Fake GM (31:00) before getting into some discussions about the upcoming Pro Bowl (44:30). Finally, they wrap up discussing Tom Brady's retirement (55:20), the top 4 QBs in the AFC (1:00:30), a…
 
Attachment styles 1: Secure, Avoidant, Ambivalent, Disorganised. Attachment styles 2: Secure, Anxious, Dismissive, FearfulAttachment styles 3: Secure, Insecure, DysfunctionAttachment styles 4: Cool, Clingy, Stalker, LonerVariables that matter: - low vs high self esteem- low vs high trustContact us at info@cloudstreaks.com…
 
Alex O & Davey Dave discuss the Bengals-Titans (8:38), 49ers-Packers (21:00), Rams-Bucs (29:00), and Bills-Chiefs (38:35) as they recap one of the best Divisional Rounds of All-Time. Then they look ahead to the Conference Championships (50:38), and discuss the key moves the Titans (1:05:00), Bills (1:09:20), Packers (1:10:50), and Bucs (1:12:45) ne…
 
Back in 2015, twenty-one young people sued the United States for its actions to drive and exacerbate climate change. The case, Juliana v. United States, looked like it was done for back in 2021 when the 9th Circuit declared the young people did not have standing to bring the case and declined to grant a rehearing, but it's been mandated back to dis…
 
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