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Zero Ambitions is a podcast about sustainability and the built environment. There is no single solution to fixing the built environment, so we're talking our way through as much of it as we can. We find interesting guests who know what they're talking about and speak with them about sustainability, good practice, and how to make a difference because the challenges are massive and the problems complex. You can also find us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/91573716. Hosted by Jeff ...
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Freelance insurance adjuster Doug Duguay uses his self-honed investigative skills to chronicle suspicious activities around his home and neighborhood in the Rancho Equestrian District of Burbank, California. Soundtrack by local Burbank band Cephalopods Are People.
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District Baseball

District Baseball

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This is District Baseball! All throughout the year, Nick and Trey bring you all of the latest discussions, news and rumors for the Washington Nationals and Major League Baseball. The one stop shop for your baseball news and entertainment, with debates, trivia, games and more.
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From FORESIGHT Climate & Energy, Policy Dispatch is a podcast all about the policies that underpin the energy transition. This is what will make or break the global decarbonisation effort. Through biweekly, short-but-sweet episodes, the Policy Dispatch will aim to explain what governments in the globe’s key markets are doing to boost clean energy and create sustainable ecosystems. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Through conversations with residents, researchers and officials, this podcast explores how in D.C. and nationwide, past policies have left many low-income residents and communities of color disproportionately exposed to environmental hazards. "The Climate Divide" is a podcast from Hola Cultura supported by Spotlight DC and The Pulitzer Center. For the latest updates on episodes, follow us on all major social media platforms @holaculturadc. Additionally, don't forget to rate, review, and subs ...
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The Euractiv Events podcasts is the audio version of our policy debates and stakeholder forums. These events bring together relevant EU institution policymakers with industry stakeholders and NGOs to discuss the most important policies being developed in Europe.
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District Energy Insights

Danfoss Climate Solutions

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Heating and cooling are responsible for 50% of the EU final energy demand. Tackling this sector is essential for the EU to meet its target of being carbon neutral by 2050. Our host Susanne Tull, Senior Manager Public Affairs at Danfoss, is joined by leading specialists and visionaries across the energy sector who share their views and ideas around 5 topics ranging from digitalization to energy planning. This podcast is produced by Danfoss Heating. Danfoss Heating engineers technologies that ...
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180 Degrees is a podcast series that looks at the energy choices we make when it comes to transport, our homes, business and technology. With Season 5 of the Podcast, join Journalist Sinead Ryan for practical advice on reducing your energy bills, saving money and adopting a more energy-efficient lifestyle. Sinead chats to expert guests to address some of the key questions around Ireland’s energy revolution, what renewable technologies are coming into our homes to help improve our lives and o ...
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"Closer Look with Rose Scott" brings you the issues that impact where we live, how we interact, and how we can all thrive. It’s not just about Atlanta; it’s a program for Atlanta. Rose connects with community leaders, CEOs, policymakers, and people who don't often get a platform, and she brings you in on the conversation.
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You can find the region's most in-depth look at New York State politics and government each week on The Legislative Gazette. Hosted by David Guistina, the program features regular commentary by syndicated columnist and political scientist Dr. Alan Chartock. On each program, the award-winning WAMC News Team combines forces to bring you a wrap-up of the week's political news, the goings on in and around the legislature, and the stories that will keep you well-informed and in the know.
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Joey Hudson is a conservative Christian, successful businessman and experienced broadcaster who has a passion for seeking the truth in today’s chaotic world. Combining his interest in politics and religion, Joey brings faith, wisdom and keen insight with his straightforward, no nonsense style of talk heard by audiences across the country as a guest speaker, TV guest as well as hosting his own radio show for a decade.
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Dave and Dujanovic

Debbie Dujanovic and Dave Noriega

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What happens when a seasoned, award-winning investigative journalist and a well-known and very funny sports reporter get together to talk about news and politics? Dave Noriega and Debbie Dujanovic, also known as D2, join forces, mornings on KSL Newsradio.
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The heat dome that's gripped the Northeast is headed our way, with temperatures hovering close to 100 degrees. We'll get the summer outlook from Denver7 chief meteorologist Mike Nelson. Then, Purplish takes a closer look at the primary races in congressional districts 5 and 8. And later, educators share their stories in a new podcast and on-stage e…
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The number of umpires, referees and officials is declining on Long Island and nationwide, a decrease blamed on the onslaught of verbal abuse from parents, spectators, players and coaches, according to Newsday interviews with more than two dozen sports officials, school administrators and high school coaches. Statistics from Nassau and Suffolk count…
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On today’s “Closer Look with Rose Scott,” With Georgia’s decision-making vote in the last presidential race, expect the Peach State to be the focus of much campaigning by Democrats and Republicans. Atlanta-based political strategist Fred Hicks explains what voters will see leading up to November 5th. Also, Sunday marks 21 years since the passing of…
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With ranked-choice voting, voters will have the option to rank candidates in order of preference. It's a new system that largely came about as a more expansive way for voters to choose candidates and has largely been driven by dissatisfaction with the status quo both locally and nationally.By Laural Porter/KGW
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Major moves being made for social media regulation this week, earlier this week the U.S. Surgeon General put a demand for social media to come with a warning label. Now New York is restricting social media access to minors. Dave and Debbie discuss these developments and speak with Senator Mike Mckell about where things are at with social media regu…
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Credit card debt: $6200, home mortgage $550k, monthly grocery bill = $1,000. Feeling buried? you along with half of Utah residents who told Deseret News they're personal financial situation is getting worse. Dave and Debbie discuss ask listeners if they are willing to shake up their life to get into a better financial situation. Can you downsize?…
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SCOTUS: you have a dv restraining order against you -- you can't have a gun. SCOTUS released its decision today banning domestic abusers from owning guns. Justices ruled 8-1 in favor of a 1994 ban on firearms for people under restraining orders to stay away from their spouses or partners. Greg Skordas, KSL Legal Analyst shares his analysis. Utah Se…
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Support WLIW-FM with a donation today! More than a quarter of all tickets issued in Suffolk County under a school bus camera program operated by BusPatrol America have not been paid, according to a county audit released Thursday, leaving nearly $13 million in potential revenue in legal limbo. Mark Harrington and Sandra Peddie report in NEWSDAY that…
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Today's District Nationals discussion is focuses on recapping the Tigers and Marlins series as well as a discussion about potential playoff chances and an incredible DJ Herz start. Enjoy! Subscribe and Follow on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnGyHpQ_jxtj_iVsZ7GtQQg Follow us on Twitter: District Baseball - @DistrictBSB Follow us on TikT…
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It's a new episode of District Baseball! This week, our main discussion is about the Houston Astros. After their poor start to the 2024 season, many expected a quick return to form, but that hasn't happened yet. Injuries and poor performance have led to the release of 2023 Free Agent signing 1B Jose Abreu. The Astros sit at 33-39 on Monday June 17t…
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Welcome to … National Take Your Dog to Work Day,……. celebrated annually on the Friday following Father’s Day (June 21),today honors one of our most beloved pets and people across the country will have their furry little friends at work with them…..I would love to have Jesse and Simon with me…but they don’t like to get up so early!! Are you taking y…
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Damon Hoyte, the only Black county commissioner in rural Chattahoochee County, and his attorney, Kamau Mason, discuss a pending discrimination lawsuit against Hoyte’s fellow county commissioners over a land use dispute. Despite similar manufactured homes surrounding his property, several community members and his fellow commissioners opposed Hoyte …
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The Granite School District's plan to ban cell phone use in schools Dating at Her Age, a new KSL Podcast We feel 10 years older than our actual age Buyers are gaining power in the housing market What's at stake as Trump and Biden prepare for first presidential debate? The trend of sleep divorce Fighting summer boredom with Cool Stuff in Utah!…
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Today's the summer solstice, meaning it's the day of the year when we have the most sunlight and the first official day of summer! Jon Smith, Host of 103.5 The Arrow, also hosts Cool Stuff in Utah and joins Dave and Debbie to talk about the cool stuff we can do in Utah to boredom proof our summers. Some of the things may not be what you first think…
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Is Utah flipping to a buyer's market? A new Redfin report shows that with the high prices of housing, buyers are gaining power as price drops are becoming more frequent. Also, Redfin’s Homebuyer Demand Index, a measure of requests for tours and other buying services from Redfin agents, declined 17% year over year to its lowest level since February.…
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If you're missing out on activities that used to bring you joy because you feel older than your age, you're not alone. A new study has found Americans over 45, on average, feel 12 years older than their actual age. How old do you feel? Things like joint, back, and knee pain are the largest contributing factors to feeling older than your age.…
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Debbie Dujanovic, and Executive Producer of the Dave and Dujanovic show, Caitlyn Johnston, have launched a new KSL Podcast: Dating at Her Age. For this half hour of D2, we preview their first episode, Ick! Our Top Dating App Disaster Stories. We also take listener calls and get perspective from both the male and female sides of the dating landscape…
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Board Members of the Los Angeles Unified School District, the second largest school district in the nation, passed a ban on cell phones in classrooms. Granite School District Chief of Staff, Ben Horsley, joins D2 to discuss where Granite School District is with their cell phone ban, taking effect this fall, and the different ways they're implementi…
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Pres. Biden tried to expand some transgender rights through Title IX... the Utah Legislature just told schools to ignore those changes. The bill, which passed in 1972, is meant to ensure no person be denied any education program based on gender. House Speaker Mike Shultz told Tim and Amanda this morning on Utah's morning news this change doesn't wo…
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Support WLIW-FM with a donation today! Southampton Town officials say they are concerned about the haste with which the Palm Tree Festival has been shifted to the Shinnecock Nation territory, given the more than 10,000 people who are expected to attend this coming Saturday, and the complicated ballet of transportation services that the festival’s o…
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