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Best Eco Africa podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Eco Africa podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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BeProvided Conservation Radio takes you from the Santa Cruz Mountains to Africa with expert interviews in wildlife biology, conservation, environmental education, eco tourism and much much more. Our interviews help bridge the gap between international conservation efforts and local conservation efforts. Learn how you can help close to home and worldwide to save our wildlife, plants, water and environment.
 
The By Land Podcast is here to help you have a better and more enjoyable experience in the outdoors. Whether backpacking, hunting, hiking, or simply enjoying the outdoors with family and friends, there is always a better way to do things and that is what this podcast offers. You deserve the very best experiences and By Land is here to help you attain them by simplifying the process, breaking down complicated subjects, and learning from people and organizations from around the world who are e ...
 
We discuss all facets of Australian reptiles and reptile keeping! Your Hosts: Peter Birch ( Author: The Complete Children's Python, ECO Herpetological Publishing & Distribution, 2013.) Owner and operator at "Colourful Critters' since 2005. He runs his facility from his family home, nestled on 8 acres in the tranquil Ourimbah Valley on the Central Coast of NSW, Australia. The whole collection was recently re-located from the main house to its new purpose facility in early 2012. The move was d ...
 
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The number of people ill and dying from Covid-19 is increasing globally, and whole national economies are grinding to a halt. We are living through a time of great insecurity and uncertainty in which many people will experience suffering and loss. But could the coronavirus outbreak provide humanity with new perspectives? Our politicians are being h…
 
Getting people paid to cry for their deceased loved ones is a practice in several African communities today. Will you do that if you lose someone dear to you? In countries like Ghana, Nigeria, and Kenya the practice has grown into a flourishing business bringing in a lot of money. Listen to this week's #The 77 Percent and find out more…
 
In today’s episode, we sit down with the host and co-producer of the One in Four podcast Beatrice Spadacini...One in Four podcast looks to educate, humanize and elevate the conversations about previously incarcerated people re-entering society. The criminal justice system is no better, Minorities, and especially men of color, are targeted more comp…
 
Hello everyone. Marcia Sivek here with BeProvided Conservation Radio. We are doing a re-broadcast today of one of my favorite interviews with John Muir Laws. I interviewed Jack at his home a couple of years ago, and I'm happy to say that he has won the Bay Nature Local Hero Award for Environmental Education for 2020. This is well deserved as he has…
 
Dan Solsman found himself caught up in the rat race of collecting more gear rather than more knowledge. Each year would bring new gear that marketing told him he had to have in order to be successful. Realizing it he was on a never ending cycle of chasing the latest and greatest, he decided to stop the bus, get off, and begin chasing down more know…
 
In this challenging time of the Covid-19 (SARS-CoronaVirus-2) outbreak, with people being encouraged to self-isolate as much as possible, we must remember that essential services need to be kept running. Many services are under major pressure, one of which is the South African National Blood Service. With people working from home, schools and unive…
 
People around the world are facing severe economic problems because of the coronavirus.. The global shutdown has sent stock prices plunging as workers and customers stay at home. The world’s governments are having to mount an economic response unimaginable just weeks ago. The US has promised close to a trillion dollars of stimulus money. In Europe …
 
Something sinister is lurking in the lakes, rivers and other water bodies surrounding the second-largest cluster of pharmaceutical manufacturers in the world. Near Hyderabad in southern India, where cheap generic medicines are produced, antibiotic residues enter the water — and this environmental disaster is breeding bacteria resistant to antibioti…
 
The Albufera lagoon in southern Valencia has become polluted by agriculture and industry, and increased demand for irrigation on two rivers feeding the lake means less water is reaching it. The region is a major producer of rice, used in Spain's signature dish, paella. How can urban growth and farming be reconciled with preserving this precious spo…
 
All about Ecobricks, saving the planet and educating children about the importance of reducing plastic pollution, recycling and taking responsibility for making the planet cleaner. Meet Sean Williams and help him change the world https://swcontracts.co.za/meet-sean-williams/ Learn more about Anthea and Eco Balance Lifestyle https://ecobalancelifest…
 
Our most recent podcast is with Ayana Young, founder and host of the popular podcast, For The Wild. Ayana is a lover and protector of wild nature. She teaches us about empowered earth stewardship and leads biodiversity enhancement workshops. Ayana will discuss her experience with falling in love with old growth forests and the creation of her film,…
 
The Coronavirus is impacting the dreams and aspirations of a LOT of thru hikers so I wanted to take a few minutes to talk about how those impacted can cope with it. I also dive into backcountry decision making and why it’s such an important skill to have. Even if you’re not thru hiking this year, there are some concepts in this episode I think you …
 
Across the globe, authorities are taking unprecedented steps to curb the spread of coronavirus - as well as the increased levels of public fear and anxiety that accompany it. But do our views on the place of individual freedom and the role of the government in society help dictate how effective those measures will be? As rationing, quarantines and …
 
Could wood be the resource the world turns to for a net-zero carbon future? In theory, trees can be used to produce fuel, clothing, and even material for packaging and building. But is using all that wood really sustainable? And do we have enough forests to meet the demand? Richard Orange reports from Vaxjo, Sweden's forestry capital.…
 
Going into autumn, life becomes interesting in your backyard. Cary Goodwin let's us in on all the must do and must haves for the upcoming month. From veggie gardening to what's on the hard gardening calendar, you'll hear about it here! Connect with Melanie on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/melstreasures.co.za/ When you're ready to produce your o…
 
Backpacking alone is NOT the easiest thing in the world to do. In fact, it can be downright uncomfortable or even scary at first, but if you’re willing to put in the work, being alone in the backcountry can be pretty darn incredible. On this episode of The By Land Podcast, I’m going to share with you what I’ve learned about backpacking and hiking a…
 
After the results of the Super Tuesday primaries in the United States, two candidates have emerged as front-runners in the battle for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination - Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders. But which vision for the future of the party will be the one more likely to deliver electoral success across the nation? One that aims to…
 
Plastic bottles — they are everywhere and, admittedly, pretty useful. But how to manage the waste? Among many cities with this plastic problem, Rome has been looking for a solution. In a new program, the city has tied recycling plastic bottles to using public transportation — in a very direct way. But will this unusual scheme work? Angelo van Schai…
 
Plastic bags have become a symbol of the waste problem. Not only do they clog our oceans and waterways, they also foul cities and neighborhoods. In Africa, more than 30 countries have either completely or partially banned lightweight plastic bags, or charge taxes on them. Is it working? Isaac Mugabi is a DW journalist who's been following the issue…
 
Healthcare — it's heavily reliant on disposable plastic and a major polluter. But considering single-use plastic is not only sterile, but often the more affordable option in carrying out life-saving work on a daily basis, do hospitals and doctors really have a choice whether or not to use it? And what about recycling medical plastic waste? Nimita B…
 
India is the third largest startup ecosystem in the world, what’s going right, and what needs to be tweaked? I speak to Vijay Anand, AKA The Startup Guy, founder of The Startup Centre in Chennai. He is an entrepreneur and has been mentoring startups in India for the past 10 years. So In this episode we talk about the state of the Indian startup eco…
 
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