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Best Environmental Solutions Initiative podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Environmental Solutions Initiative podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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District of Conservation is a podcast highlighting the incredible conservationists who thrive and survive deep in or around "The Swamp." These are the policymakers, storytellers, trailblazers, and hardworking folks who go unnoticed but shape this region—whether they live or work here. In addition to guests, the podcast will also cover difficult and even controversial conservation public policy matters and news.
 
Climate change is confusing. This MIT podcast breaks down the science, technologies, and policies behind climate change, how it’s impacting us, and what our society can do about it. Each quick episode gives you the what, why, and how on climate change — from real scientists — to help us all make informed decisions for our future.
 
The Institute for Energy Research (IER) is a not-for-profit organization that conducts intensive research and analysis on the functions, operations, and government regulation of global energy markets. IER maintains that freely-functioning energy markets provide the most efficient and effective solutions to today’s global energy and environmental challenges and, as such, are critical to the well-being of individuals and society.
 
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In Episode 75 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses some good conservation news—meant to combat coronavirus news. The five items were: 1) Department of Interior announced sportsmen and women pumped back nearly $1B into conservation funding last year https://www.doi.gov/pressreleases/sportsmen-and-sportswomen-generate-nearly-1-billion-con…
 
In Episode 74 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses ways to practice social distancing in The Great Outdoors and how to heed caution from state wildlife agencies and be aware of any closures in your state(s). She also discussed the Great American Outdoors Act (to permanently & fully fund Land and Water Conservation Fund + address $12-18B…
 
In Episode 73 of District of Conservation, Gabriella interviews Hannah Downey from the Bozeman, MT-based Property and Environment Research Center. Hannah serves as their Policy Director. They touched upon a multitude of subjects , ranging from finding market solutions to environmental problems to the status of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (…
 
In Episode 72 of District of Conservation, Gabriella interviews Travis Thompson of Cast & Blast Florida podcast. Travis is also a waterfowl & fishing guide. They touched upon Florida wildlife, an update on the Everglades, why nuance matters in conservation public policy debates, and other fun topics. SHOW NOTES: Travis' bio: https://castandblastfl.…
 
In Episode 71, Gabriella begins with a call-to-action to encourage listeners to get more women fishing, hunting, and partaking in shooting sports this International Women's Day on March 8th. She also discusses the confirmation of Kate MacGregor as the new Deputy Interior Secretary, a House bill to delist the gray wolf, and one Virginia school distr…
 
In Episode 70 of District of Conservation, Gabriella gives an update on her wild hog harvest from October and encourages listeners attending CPAC this week to come talk about conservation at the CFACT booth. She also previewed her upcoming interview on Cast & Blast FL Podcast with co-host Travis Thompson, which will be recorded later today. Don't m…
 
In Episode 69 of District of Conservation, host Gabriella Hoffman discusses the latest update to HB 961 in Virginia: This morning, four Democrats joined Republicans in the Judiciary Committee to pass on this extreme gun control bill, which would have banned most semi-automatic rifles and handguns, magazines exceeding 12 rounds, and suppressors. Sho…
 
In Episode 68 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses several positive things happening in Virginia on the conservation front. First, both chambers of the General Assembly passed their respective versions of the elk tag bill, in accordance with the 2019 Elk Management Plan. Second, VDGIF announced a Trout Slam Challenge is coming in March …
 
In Episode 67 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses a viral video of a Virginia Delegate, Mark Levine, gunsplaining about what gun owners should own and shouldn't own to justify his House Bill 961 that would ban commonly owned sporting rifles like the AR-15; President Trump endorsing the One Trillion Tree Initiative; and new EPA finalize…
 
In Episode 66 of District of Conservation, Gabriella briefed listeners on her observations from the annual Lobby Day held in Richmond, VA - Virginia's state capital - this past Monday. She debunked misinformation, provided context, explained why much of the state is opposed to these gun control measures, why Second Amendment Sanctuary movement took…
 
In Episode 65 of District of Conservation, GoWild App co-founder and Gabby's friend Brad Luttrell joins the podcast to dish the latest on the company, the intersection of tech and the outdoors, their new—and fascinating—hunting survey, and so much more. Website: https://timetogowild.com/ *Download GoWild* Apple: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/gowild…
 
Our first episode of 2020 is LIVE. In Episode 64 of District of Conservation, host Gabriella Hoffman sits down with outdoor writer and Virginia Fly Fishing & Wine Festival director, Beau Beasley, to preview this weekend's upcoming festival and to chat about his background, writing endeavors, and why conservation guides his philosophy in reporting. …
 
Paige Lambermont joins the show to discuss hurdles preventing greater development of America's hydro-electric capabilities. The team also takes a look at the history of American hydropower and possible paths for greater expansion.Links:• A Review of the Impacts of Government on Hydroelectric Power Generation and Development: https://www.institutefo…
 
On Episode 63 of District of Conservation, Gabriella talks about GoWild's new 2019 hunting survey and some of its initial findings. More on GoWild: https://timetogowild.com/ Download the app: https://timetogowild.com/pages/download 2019 Survey: https://timetogowild.com/blogs/news/gowild-research-unveils-surprising-stats-about-hunters Purchase the S…
 
In Episode 62 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses some breaking news from in and around the nation's capital. Here's what she discussed: Aurelia Skipwith's Confirmation to USFWS She was confirmed last Thursday https://theresurgent.com/2019/12/13/aurelia-skipwith-confirmed-as-new-usfws-director/ BLM Relocation Update AP Article: https:/…
 
George Stark, the director of external affairs at Cabot Oil & Gas, joined the show to discuss how American natural gas is powering communities across the globe even as politicians put up roadblocks to energy security at home.Links:• Learn more about Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation: https://www.cabotog.com/• Learn more about Cabot’s community outreach i…
 
In Episode 61 of District of Conservation, Gabriella talks with Outdoor Access' Buck Robinson, the company's CMO and co-founder. Outdoor Access is taking the outdoor industry by storm and has been called the "Airbnb of the Great Outdoors." The start-up company is dedicated to unlocking the outdoors by making private land more accessible and afforda…
 
Jennifer Fielder, CEO of American Lands Council and the incumbent state senator fo Montana's 7th senate district, joins the show to discuss the problems associated with federally owned public lands and free-market-oriented solutions.Links: • More about the American Lands Council:http://www.americanlandscouncil.org/• Entrust our public lands to loca…
 
In Episode 60 of District of Conservation, Gabriella speaks with Brad Smith of Walton Rods. Brad discusses his journey from outdoor communicator to small business owner/rod maker, shares some perspectives about misconceptions about fly fishing, how social media (especially Instagram) has played an integral role in their business model, why they don…
 
In Episode 59 of District of Conservation, Gabriella interviews High Caliber History's Logan Metesh. Logan is a noted freelance firearms historian. Before branching out on his own, he worked for the Smithsonian Institution, National Park Service, and the NRA Museum. Unlike many in his field, he's a Millennial and one who specializes in firearms. He…
 
On October 26, 2019, five female outdoor communicators became Soque Slayers at Headwaters on the Soque (HOTS). It was the lodge's inaugural Ladies Cast and Blast event. Five women from different states, backgrounds, interest levels, and fishing styles all united by a love of fishing, fly and all, share their experiences from this heavenly slice of …
 
Bill desRosiers, the external affairs manager of Cabot Oil & Gas, joined the show to discuss how technological innovation has unleashed American energy and the impacts developing the Marcellus Shale has had on the surrounding areas.Links:• Shale Gas News radio show: https://soundcloud.com/shalegasnews • Learn more about Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation:…
 
In Episode 57 of District of Conservation, Gabriella dissects the gun control bills that will be heard in Virginia's General Assembly come January and why they won't stop crimes but rather criminalize law-abiding gun owners in the state. She also offers three ways to be proactive and fight back these bad bills. SHOW NOTES: HB 2 Firearm transfershtt…
 
District of Conservation will now drop episodes every Monday. And for the holiday season, we'll double up on episodes on Mondays and Wednesdays. On Monday, Gabriella will have an episode about the gun control bills that will be heard in Virginia's General Assembly come January. On Wednesday, her group interview with female outdoor writers from her …
 
Stephanie Vatalaro of Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation is our guest for Episode 55 of District of Conservation. She serves as the Senior Vice President of Communications and Marketing at the organization, which is based in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. The Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF) is a national, non-profit organi…
 
Government regulations often encompass far more than they were initially intended to, and that is especially true in the energy space. Many energy regulations have grown to encompass adjacent industries. Nuclear technology has numerous applications beyond the weapons and energy sectors. One such application is nuclear medicine, where isotopes produ…
 
Kenny Stein, IER's Policy Director, provided testimony before Indiana’s 21st Century Energy Policy Development Task Force on 10/17/19 on the dangers of adding unwarranted renewables to the electric grid. • IER's study on the levelized cost of electricity:https://www.instituteforenergyresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/IER_LCOE2019Final-.pdf• M…
 
Gabriella visited with Ben Cassidy, Chip Honeycutt, and Cyrus Baird at SCI's new DC headquarters on October 21st to see what they're up to, what's going on federally and across the states (in terms of legislation), their new podcast "Tag Soup" debuting, and so much more. Safari Club International (SCI) is a not-for-profit organization of hunters wh…
 
In Episode 53 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses the latest outdoor and conservation news AND previews some upcoming interviews on the docket. Why it's important for Virginia voters to vote for pro-gun candidates on November 5th Dierks Bentley getting fined $139.50 for not fishing with a license. No one is above the law: https://www.c…
 
Joe Kondelis of Western Bear Foundation is BACK on the podcast to talk about what's happening with the grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE)—which comprises portions of Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. When we first spoke to Joe last year, Judge Christensen ruled that a tentative fall 2019 managed grizzly bear hunt in the region coul…
 
In Episode 51 of District of Conservation, Gabriella ventured to the Washington, D.C., office of the National Shooting Sports Foundation to sit down with Mark Oliva, the trade association's Director of Public Affairs. NSSF annually puts on SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, and boasts well over 10,000 members. Mark discussed: His military career and h…
 
In Episode 50 of District of Conservation, Gabriella interviews award-winning outdoor writer and photographer Ken Perrotte. Ken is an Air Force veteran with decades' long experience in the communications field. He has served as the Fredericksburg Free Land Star's outdoor columnist since 1997, and also serves as the Conservation Field Editor for NWT…
 
Kenny Stein, IER's Policy Director, joins the show to discuss the recent events in Saudi Arabia that disrupted global oil markets and how growing domestic production has made America energy secure. • More on the American oil production here:https://www.instituteforenergyresearch.org/fossil-fuels/gas-and-oil/the-u-s-is-awash-in-oil/…
 
In Episode 49 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses the following: What to expect on Season Two of the podcast Whether or not adult onset hunting is an epidemic or not How Aurelia Skipwith's nomination hearing to become the next U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officer went
 
Robert Bryce, a Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, joins the show to discuss how New York state's electric grid is struggling due to artificial barriers blocking desperately needed natural gas erected by state politicians.Links:• More from Bryce on this issue:https://www.nationalreview.com/2019/06/andrew-cuomo-natural-gas-pipeline-permits-bl…
 
In Episode 48 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses the following: Congressional Democrats pushing the Assault Weapons Ban of 2019 (which would ban most semi-automatic firearms), red flag laws, and universal background checks (plus a plug for WHY MEADOW DIED) A Swedish scientist suggests eating human flesh will curb climate change and be…
 
In Episode 47 of District of Conservation, we've got much to celebrate! First, it's our one year anniversary of launching, so this show will be a special one to mark the start of Season II of the podcast. Gabriella discussed the start of the 2019-2020 hunting season and why it's important to get more adult onset hunters into the field. She also dis…
 
In Episode 46 of District of Conservation, Gabriella interviews Jeff Traynor of Furbearer Conservation. Nothing provokes immense reaction from Americans today than any mention of fur or fur-trapping. Celebrities, advocacy groups, and politicians have suggested wearing fur is murder and evil. In recent years, the war on fur has greatly reached new h…
 
Professor David Dismukes joins the show to discuss his recent findings highlighting the need for reforming outdated provisions of the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA) passed in 1978.• Full text of Dismukes' paper(The Urgency of PURPA Reform to Assure Ratepayer Protection):https://www.instituteforenergyresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/2…
 
In Episode 45 of District of Conservation, Gabriella breaks down three important news items. They include: Newly-unveiled rules changes—or improvements—to the Endangered Species Act, specifically Section 4, 4(d), and 7, were announced by the Department of Interior yesterday to ensure more than 3 percent of listed species are delisted and can be rec…
 
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