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Welcome to Stu's EV Universe. Stuart Ungar is the co-founder of EvolveKY, Kentucky's electric vehicle group. He is an environmental enthusiast and an EV evangelist. Join him on his eclectic electric journey as he speaks to experts, drivers, and more. Enter into Stu's EV Universe!
 
This show is designed for the soon to be EV owner. Our goal is to educate, inspire, and debunk misinformation around electric cars. Mike, Tom and Bryant are auto enthusiasts that are ready for the electric vehicle revolution. The hosts are all at different points in their transitions from gas vehicles to electric vehicles. Mike is an early adopter who has owned many EVs and has coached numerous people on buying their first EVs. Tom ordered a Mustang Mach E months ago, but is at the mercy of ...
 
To slow climate change, we need to transform our homes, buildings, cars, and economy quickly. "The Big Switch" explains how to rebuild the energy systems all around us. Dr. Melissa Lott of Columbia University brings together historical examples, current events, and incisive analysis to give listeners a deep understanding of the solutions to climate change.
 
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Energy Policy Now

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Energy Policy Now

Kleinman Center for Energy Policy

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Energy Policy Now offers clear talk on the policy issues that define our relationship to energy and its impact on society and the environment. The series is produced by the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania and hosted by energy journalist Andy Stone. Join Andy in conversation with leaders from industry, government, and academia as they shed light on today's pressing energy policy debates.
 
We live in a winner-take-all economy that’s bifurcating into those who are part of the innovation economy and those who aren’t. Every week best-selling author, professor and entrepreneur Scott Galloway answers questions from you (his listeners) on who’s winning and losing, and how you can get ahead. Other professors, practitioners, and entrepreneurs join Scott to contribute ideas, alternate opinions, and insights to help you thrive at work. Tune in for a no mercy, no malice take on how you c ...
 
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Michael Mountford and Matthew Heritage

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This podcast covers the lesser known facts and events of History, the literal footnotes of History! Michael Mountford Matthew Heritage Logo - Mayli Helen Mountford: https://www.instagram.com/designmountford
 
This podcast seeks to condense an entire day’s worth of Andrew Yang/Humanity First news into 10 minutes or less, every day! It aims to keep the movement for pragmatic, progressive policy informed and engaged! Available everywhere podcasts are found, or at YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcx_EbiZhhRhvvjFdZryPCQ?view_as=subscriber If you have suggestions or questions, please contact me @YangDailyCast on Twitter or email YangDailyPodcast@gmail.com.
 
ISSIMI is an enthusiast-owned, full-service specialist offering sales, consignment, collection management, service, and consulting to discerning enthusiasts and collectors. Specializing in complex transactions that include international services for exceptional cars, ISSIMI’s San Francisco Bay Area and Europe-based teams of experts pride themselves on transparency and knowledge. ISSIMI also produces enthusiast editorial media, including “Spotlight,” “Jason Cammisa on the Icons,” “The Carmudg ...
 
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This week, Stu talks to Dana Briggs, owner of EVentures EV car rentals in Dayton, Ohio. Through a generational love of cars, he found his niche… his “car calling” if you will. He manages a large and diversified stable of electric rides. Find out more about this unique and electric business!Support us on Patreon at: www.patreon.com/StusEVULearn more…
 
Scott takes a question about whether it’s time for Meta to pay shareholders a dividend. He then offers advice to an international student debating whether he should pursue a career in the U.S. or Europe and shares what makes him hopeful. Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.c…
 
Darcy Fisher in Riverton, PEI and Sheree Fitch in River John, NS, speak about what it's like on day 12 without power following storm Fiona. We hear your feedback on student street parties. And on the phone-in: Diane Leblanc from the NS Bird Society answers your questions on birding
 
Rick Ezekiel, the Vice Provost of Student Affairs at Dalhousie University discusses the problem of student street parties. We hear a portion of what the prime minister announced in Dartmouth today in terms of storm relief funding. And on the phone-in: Chef Craig Flinn. We also hear about a pumpkin house in New Brunswick.…
 
Frogs. Bees. Finicky software. There are a lot of things that can cause an electric vehicle charging station to break. We need to replace fossil-fuel powered vehicles with EVs as soon as possible – but if the stations don’t work, it will slow the adoption of EVs. In Los Angeles, two black women have started training a small army of technicians to f…
 
This week on Prof G Markets, Scott discusses what makes a good ETF, and shares his thoughts on why investing in boring companies often leads to greater returns. He then explains why the markets had such an adverse reaction to the U.K. government’s latest tax breaks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
We speak with Kaitlyn Lees, a resident of South End Halifax. She and her family witnessed the troubles caused by a massive street party over the weekend by Dalhousie University students. And we also speak with Aparna Mohan, the president of Dalhousie Student Union. And on the phone-in: Silvia Jay on dog behaviour.…
 
Danny Blanchflower, a professor of economics at Dartmouth College and a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, joins Scott to discuss the state of the economy, the imminent recession in the US, and why he thinks the Fed is relying on “guessonomics.” Follow Professor Blanchflower on Twitter, @D_Blanchflower. Scott opens with…
 
The CBC's Erin Pottie and the CBC's Kerry Campbell on PEI both report on the latest struggles following storm Fiona. The CBC's Paul Withers outlines the damage to the fishing industry in Northern NS. A woman in New Glasgow serves hundreds of breakfasts. And on the phone-in: Niki Jabbour on gardening
 
Scott takes a question about the nuances of raising the federal minimum wage to $25 an hour. He then offers advice to a startup founder on whether he should raise venture debt or venture capital, and shares his thoughts on how to invest in real estate as a renter. Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic Learn more about your ad choi…
 
Chris Houser, a professor at the school of environment at the university of Windsor in ON, explains how sand dunes on PEI that were damaged by storm Fiona will recover. We get an update on federal help for fishermen and farmers. VETS Canada explains how it's helping veterans after Fiona. And on the phone-in: Intergenerational living…
 
Green hydrogen hubs are being developed in some of the world’s most remote locations, to serve growing clean energy demand in Asia, Europe and the U.S. --- Alicia Eastman, President of Intercontinental Energy, discusses the nascent global market for green hydrogen and her company’s development of more than 100 gigawatts of hydrogen production hubs …
 
Listeners in the Maritimes share their stories about how they're continuing to clean up after storm Fiona. We also hear updates from several CBC reporters spread out around the region. An insurance expert also updates listeners on making claims.
 
If you own an electric car or are looking for one, you might know that certain EV purchases come with a dollar amount that the federal government lets you deduct from your taxes. The amount of tax credit varies based on a number of factors, so it can be challenging to know your eligibility. This became even more complicated with new legislation rec…
 
This week on Prof G Markets, Scott shares his thoughts on Chamath Palihapitiya’s decision to close two of his SPACs. He then explains why Wall Street Banks are on the hook for $700 million after the leveraged buyout of Citrix, a software company. And in this week’s deep dive, we take a look at why Adobe would pay $20 billion for the design software…
 
Maritime Noon takes over the airwaves for two hours from 11am to 1pm. We hear updates from listeners about how they're coping with the clean-up following storm Fiona. We also hear from reporters and emergency officials as well as the prime minister at the end of the program.
 
Dror Poleg, an economic historian and author of “Rethinking Real Estate: A Roadmap to Technology’s Impact on the World’s Largest Asset Class”, joins Scott to discuss wealth inequality, the digital dollar, TikTok, and the future of cities. Follow Dror on Twitter, @drorpoleg. Scott opens with his thoughts on his move to London, office space, and Meta…
 
Connor Kelly with the Cooper Institute and PEI Fight for Affordable Housing expresses his concerns about a recent decision by the Island Regulatory & Appeals Commission.to approve rental increases in 2023. The lawyer for Lisa Banfield makes her final submission to the Mass Casualty Commission in Truro. And on the phone-in: Nathaniel Pearre on EVs…
 
Scott takes a question about how Section 230 could be altered to address the harms of social media companies. He then shares his thoughts on how Universities could cash in on a recurring revenue model, and offers career advice to a mother who works in marketing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
CBC meteorologist Tina Simpkin provides the latest information about the track of Hurricane Fiona and how it's expected to affect the Maritimes this weekend. Lawyer, Jane Lenehan, the lawyer for Gina Goulet, testifies at the MCC in Truro. And on the phone-in: Living in a tiny home
 
Lawyer Sandra McCulloch gives testimony to the Mass Casualty Commission, now in its final week in Truro, NS. Alexandra Stokal in Sydney, NS, tells us about losing 5 precious rings. Chris Ward, who collects garbage, found them! And on the phone-in: Bob Osborne on apples.
 
This week on Prof G Markets, Scott checks in on Peloton’s stock in light of a few executive departures, and shares his thoughts on what it would mean if Masayoshi Son launched a third vision fund after two previous failures. Scott then explains why Walmart is moving into the personal finance space. Peloton Vision Funds Walmart Learn more about your…
 
David Johnson and Stephen Augustine, both from Cape Breton University, discuss the future of the British monarchy David is with the Faculty of L'nu -- Political and Social Studies at CBU. Stephen is the Executive Director of the Donald Marshall Junior Institute and is also a Hereditary Chief of the Mi kmaq Grand Council. And on PEI, a popular resta…
 
Yeah, this is a late one. LOL. I get into a recent trip to Woodbury Commons. What happened to urbanwear? Afterwards, I get into a short talk on crime stats in America. the stuttering economy, PNB Rock, another rapper killed from stuntin’ on social media again and Republicans feeling’ the blowback from their hardline abortion ban.…
 
Designer Mendez Munden runs KeiKaiKoa.com and was asked to show her work at New York Fashion Week last weekend. She worked with Soli Management, which sent a team to New York that included models. Melanie and Moashella Shortte of Soli Management spoke to guest host Carolyn Ray about the experience.
 
This week, the Donkin Mine in Cape Breton re-opened. We speak with CBRM councillor for the area, James Edwards. He comments on safety issues connected to the mine and his work on the mine's community liaison committee. And on the phone-in: Jim White gives painting and staining advice
 
David Devine has been tasked by the Nova Scotia Health Authority with creating a report to provide recommendations for improving equity, diversity and inclusion in the health-care system. Guest host Carolyn Ray spoke to Devine after playing back a portion of an interview she had earlier this week with Liz Leclair who overheard what she says was a t…
 
Paula Doucet, the president of the NB Nurses Union, provides insight as to why hundreds of nurses have quit their jobs over the last year. We hear about a choir in PEI that's rehearsing again following a long Covid break. And on the phone-in: Niki Jabbour answers your gardening questions
 
We’re switching things up a bit for the next few weeks. Instead of continuing our sector-by-sector decarbonization tour, we’re taking you to the front lines of the energy transition – to communities where the big switch to a zero carbon future is already underway. We’re starting with New York City, where there’s a project underway that’s tackling d…
 
Mariana Mazzucato, Professor in the Economics of Innovation and Public Value at University College London and author of several books including her latest, Mission Economy: a moonshot guide to changing capitalism, joins Scott to discuss the current state of capitalism, unions, and how to rethink the relationship between markets and governments. Fol…
 
Scott takes a question about whether Adam Neumann’s new real estate venture could benefit from operating under a franchise model. He then shares his thoughts on the progress corporations have made in lowering their emissions, and offers advice to someone who recently lost his business partner. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.…
 
We speak with Jeff Lawrence, the CAO of the Town of Antigonish, NS. He explains why the town is bringing in water consumption restrictions. MP Lawrence MacAulay on PEI talks about the challenges the ferry service has experienced this summer. And on the phone-in: School food programs. Our guests are Lisa Roberts & Stephane Sirois.…
 
This week, Stu talks with Joel Levin, Executive Director of Plug in America. We discuss many specifics about the Inflation Reduction Act and how it will effect the future of electric vehicles. We also discuss the history and importance of Plug in America as the voice of the EV consumer. What are the immediate challenges in the short term for EV ado…
 
A former senior U.S. diplomat to Saudi Arabia explores the kingdom’s effort to end its dependence on oil revenue, and the relationship between Saudi Arabia and global efforts to decarbonize. --- Saudi Arabia is the world’s leading exporter of oil. Yet it is also a country that is in the midst of an ambitious drive to end its dependence on oil reven…
 
Trevor Goodwin of the YMCA of Greater Moncton says the homeless situation in his city has doubled in the last year and he's worried plans aren't moving quickly enough to prepare for this winter. We hear an update from the Mass Casualty Commission. Today an Indigenous Talking Circle was held. And on the phone-in: Tuma Young & Jamie Simpson answer yo…
 
Bruce Goldfarb, CEO of Okapi Partners, joins David Drapkin to discuss the newly implement Universal Proxy Card process. Bruce and David discuss the changes and impacts including: How we got here and overview of changes? Will universal proxy leads to more activism? What it means for individual directors Are there any ESG or DEI implications? Who are…
 
In this Episode we talk with Sean Turner, who is a salesman with Serra Buick GMC Cadillac and Kia in Washington TWP Michigan. Sean also sold Bryant his EV6. Sean brings an insider perspective of how the industry is transitioning into being EV focused. Welcome to the Plug In For More podcast! Mike, Tom, and Bryant are here to help you on your journe…
 
This week on Prof G Markets, Scott shares his thoughts on what the Merge will mean for Ethereum’s position in the crypto space and weighs in on why Volkswagen is offering shares of Porsche. Then, in a deep dive, we learn about why some companies pay dividends to their investors, and others don’t. The Merge Porche's IPO Dividends Learn more about yo…
 
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