Best Greenhouse podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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The weekly sermon from Pastor Jon Lash and the team from Greenhouse Church in South Florida.
 
Gainesville to the Nations
 
We are a community of smaller communities that love Jesus. Join us for our Sunday content.
 
Bootstrap Farmer Radio is a podcast discussing how to break into the modern business of agriculture on a bootstrap budget & education. The internet is making more connections and distributing knowledge in a way that makes it accessible for us all. Our focus isn't mega-greenhouses with million dollar machinery, instead, we talk about low-cost, versatile and adaptable green businesses that can sustain a family through the best and worst of times. We find the small farmers running profitable fa ...
 
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BBC Inside Science
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Dr Adam Rutherford and guests illuminate the mysteries and challenge the controversies behind the science that's changing our world.
 
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The Science Hour
Weekly
 
Science news and highlights of the week
 
Exploring the coolest and most incredible stuff in science, from way back when dinosaurs roamed the Earth to a future where humans live in space! Fun Kids Science Weekly is hosted by Dan and is the perfect science podcast for kids and families everywhere. Each week, you'll find episodes from series like Deep Space High, Age of the Dinosaurs and Professor Hallux. There's also a special guest, top experts answering all your science questions and Dangerous Dan - something scientific that’s also ...
 
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ars PARADOXICA
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When an experiment in a time much like our own goes horribly awry, Dr. Sally Grissom finds herself stranded in the past and entrenched in the activities of a clandestine branch of the US government. Grissom and her team quickly learn that there's no safety net when toying with the fundamental logic of the universe.
 
Some of the world's leading inventors and researchers share demos, breakthroughs and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
Rough Around The Hedges is about growing vegetables. It's about a personal journey towards being more self sufficient. It's about illustrating how anyone can grow vegetables no matter where they are from and what their circumstances are; whether you live on an acre of land or have a tiny courtyard garden."No matter where you are you can grow something to eat. Shift your thinking and you'd be surprised at the places your food can be grown! Window sill, fire escape and rooftop gardens have the ...
 
Come join the CXChronicles Nation! Each week as we discuss all things related to -- Customer experience, customer service & inside sales for today's world -- we explore customer experience weekly updates, ideas for growing your business, Customer Relationship Management tips and tricks from industry leaders and constantly focusing on how we can all strive to provide great customer experience and service, no matter what the industry or space! Visit our website today at www.cxchronicles.com or ...
 
Michigan Radio's "The Environment Report" hosted by Rebecca Williams explores the relationship between the natural world and the everyday lives of people in Michigan. New episodes every Tuesday and Thursday.
 
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Climate Monitor
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Earth's Climate Channel is devoted to revealing climate and sea level rise risks and sharing solutions. Climate Monitor stream broadcasts on Roku TV, Amazon Fire TV with Alexa, and is on the web at ClimateMonitor.tv. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/climate-monitor/support
 
Conversations at the Greenhouse Gas Management Institute: A podcast series with Don Bain, Michael Gillenwater, and their guests. Listen in as they discuss the latest news, policy, and note-worthy events impacting carbon management. Topics touch on sustainability, carbon footprinting, life cycle assessment, and green business. These are the informal but important conversations we’re having inside the Institute.
 
Back to Basics: Freedom implies justice; justice requires truth; truth is built on facts. Science shouldn’t be the last word in our social and civic discourse – it should be the first. We can all strive to understand the basic science and facts underlying each issue, and then apply our social, ethical and religious values to the debate and plot a course forward -- together. Science and Technology drive society forward and Science for the Rest of Us is here to talk about it. We have conversat ...
 
The How To Play Quidditch Podcast is a series of interviews with quidditch players from around the world to discuss the strategies, people, history and culture of quidditch!HowToPlayQuidditch.org and the How To Play Quidditch Podcast are services to the quidditch community provided by Victoria Quidditch.
 
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Royy Restrepo
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Captivating, this word alone defines what it feels like when your senses go on a magical journey while you groove the sounds of D ROYY. Roy Restrepo, better known by his followers as D ROYY, was born in Bogota, Colombia of Chinese and Colombian descent. Music was instilled in his mind since birth as his older brother was a known guitarist in the Bogota Orchestra. However, guitars and strings were not what caught this artist attention. He only heard the drums. At the tender age of 10 he picke ...
 
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This week, Dan is on the line with Dr Ben Garrod, evolutionary biologist, primatologist and broadcaster, who is currently on tour with his 'So you think you know about dinosaurs?' show. Ben dispells some myths about dinosaurs and tells us all about a current day dino! Plus, we're learning what brain freeze actually is and all about a fireball i ...…
 
30 years ago Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web as a way to let physicists share their papers and data on a distributed network. It's changed a lot since then and not all for the better. Dominant technology companies monopolise our data and many, including Berners-Lee are worried about the growth of state sponsored hacking, misinformat ...…
 
In this episode of the CXChronicles Podcast Adrian dives into the CXWeekly based all around voice search, smart speakers, alexa, google home, siri and more. The net of it is voice is on the rise but are you thinking about how this will impact your business? Better yet are you aware of what your business competition is doing around this same spa ...…
 
Bacterial canker is a devastating tree disease that affects sweet cherry orchards around the country. There is currently no good way to treat it, but some Michigan scientists are trying to harness bacteria-killing viruses to control it.By kayemlafond@gmail.com (Kaye LaFond).
 
Internationally famed sea level rise expert John Englander explains why his upcoming tour to the majestic island of Greenland is so important, and how you can personally participate in witnessing the velocity of historic land ice melt by spending a week in one of the most intriguing areas on our fragile Earth. In this March 18, 2019 interview w ...…
 
Genevieve is a Portland Oregon urban permaculture farmer. Her outlook on-farm education, sizing her operation, added value products, farmers market booth design & efficiency, duck eggs, and much more. This is a throwback interview from State of the Soil, but too many great incites as farmers market season ramps up. Urban Acre Homestead Instagra ...…
 
Greenhouse Church Lead Pastor Mike Patz leads us through Joshua 2 and explains to us how to shake our past
 
Since last May the Comoros islands in the Indian Ocean have been experiencing earthquake tremors and the island of Mayotte has sunk by more than 10cm. French geologists have set up monitoring equipment on land and the seabed to try to assess the extent of the continuing seismic activity. Our diet influences our language according to a new study ...…
 
A summary of recent reports from ClimateLiabilityNews.org, Climate Liability News is a not-for-profit news site dedicated to reporting on the issues at the intersection of climate change impacts and law. Those issues include government and corporate responsibility and accountability for global warming and its consequences across society and aro ...…
 
On this week's Science Weekly, why blood is red and do we really know if a meteor killed the dinosaurs? Dan answers your questions, plus we learn about a creature from the depths of the ocean that can go three months between meals and sweats slime with Dangerous Dan and Dan chats to biologist Nessa Carey all about gene editing. And, of course w ...…
 
When the news broke last December that Chinese biophysicist He Jiankui had successfully edited the genomes of twin girls using the technique known as CRISPR-Cas9, scientists and the public were rightly outraged that such a procedure had taken place. Jiankui is currently being investigated by Chinese authorities for breaking legal and ethical gu ...…
 
A look at the early detection of mental hurdles we all face in farming and business. Reference material The Pumpkin Plan, by Mike Michalowicz Music by Random Rab www.bootstrapfarmer.com
 
In this episode of the CXChronicles Podcast Adrian speaks with Kyle McSlarrow SVP of Customer Experience and Journey Design at Comcast. Kyle tells his story about what it's like working to lead the customer experience, customer service and experience design efforts at Comcast. He also talks with the CXNation about how Comcast was able to increa ...…
 
Pastor Jon Lash guides us through Joshua 1 and describes how the secret to true success is obedience
 
The world’s largest study of chimpanzee behaviour has come to the rather negative conclusion that interactions with humans decrease the range of chimpanzee behaviours and may interfere with the way in which chimp parents pass skills to their offspring. Chimps learn skills from swimming to digging for insects with sticks and exhibit a wide range ...…
 
A summary of recent reports from ClimateLiabilityNews.org, Climate Liability News is a not-for-profit news site dedicated to reporting on the issues at the intersection of climate change impacts and law. Those issues include government and corporate responsibility and accountability for global warming and its consequences across society and aro ...…
 
Recently, there's been an increased number of wildfires in the UK - why is this? Dan speaks to wilfire expert Dr. Thomas Smith to get to the bottom of it. Plus, Dan encounters the insect with the worst sting ever recorded, and welcomes to the show the usual experts Techno Mum and Enn & Gee.
 
An HIV-1 sufferer, who had developed aggressive cancer, and underwent a revolutionary stem cell transplant, has been declared HIV resistant. It's been 18 months since the 'London patient' underwent a stem cell transplant of donated HIV resistant cells. This has only happened once before, in the case of the ‘Berlin Patient' – who, after two tran ...…
 
I had the pleasure of chatting with Leon, chef patron of The Looking Glass in Cheltenham. They've just taken on an allotment with the hopes of growing some of their own produce for the restaurant. What's even better is that the allotment is a 2 minute walk up the road from them! Talk about local food. "Our dream was to open a restaurant that sh ...…
 
Executive Pastor Robbie Johnson walks us through Joshua 1 and explains to us that the key to strength is certainty, you will be as strong as you are certain
 
Bootstrap Farmer in Residence Piper from Urban Dirt Co and Nick discuss some challenges and considerations when going vertical with rooftop gardens.
 
In this episode of the CXChronicles Podcast we speak with Claire Boscq-Scott a CX expert, author, speaker and Global Guru on the topic of what it takes to manage and serve customers and employees in today's world. Claire and Adrian chat through the 4 CX Success Pillars; Team, Tools, Process and Feedback. We explore ENPS and employee engagement ...…
 
By the year 2000, methane levels in the atmosphere were thought to have stabilised. But just a few years later in 2007 these levels suddenly started to rise. Research suggests that the spread of intense farming in Africa may be involved, in particular in tropical regions where conditions are becoming warmer and wetter because of climate change. ...…
 
This week, Dan is joined by Emily Scott-Dearing to hear all about the latest exhbition at the Francis Crick Institute, from the tiniest fruit flies to the largest computers! Plus, he learns how bread is far more dangerous than you could ever imagine. Also, in the news this week, what does all this hot weather mean?…
 
Put your nerd hat on -- we cover a lot of ground in this fast-paced discussion with Dr. Frank Mitloehner of the University of California-Davis about the greenhouse gas emissions associated with the meat and dairy we consume. We consider how livestock emissions compare to other sectors of the US and global economies, the carbon footprint of vege ...…
 
A decline in lake whitefish is pushing some tribal commercial fishermen out of Lakes Michigan and Huron. They’re spending more time in Lake Superior, the only place they say they can still make a living. This has fishermen and scientists worried about whether whitefish populations there can withstand the extra pressure.…
 
Efforts to cut emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) and tackle climate change in many developed economies are beginning to pay off, according to research led by Corinne Le Quere at the Tyndall Centre at the University of East Anglia. The study suggests that policies supporting renewable energy and energy efficiency are helping to reduce emissions ...…
 
The state has finished testing all the public water systems in Michigan for PFAS chemicals. Of more than a thousand municipal systems, 119 are contaminated by PFAS.By llgraham@umich.edu (Lester Graham).
 
Before the “Green New Deal” was announced by Congressional supporters, the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act, H.R. 763, was introduced as proposed Federal Legislation. Climate Monitor’s Mitch Chester spoke with Citizens’ Climate Lobby’s Miami Leader Greg Hamra about H.R. 763, how it offers a creative and practical vehicle for the “Green ...…
 
Pastor Jon Lash reads us 1 Corinthians 13 and shows us that the church is supposed to be know by love, but we need to know what love is
 
Pure Land Farm founded by Megan Neubauer and her dad, Jack just outside of McKinney, Texas offers seasonal crops and berries at their you pick farm. Find out why leaving the restaurant and farmers market sales channels and listing to their clients while trusting their gut led to a 180 pivot in their business for the better. Music by http://rand ...…
 
In this episode we talk about some of the key positions for you to have on your company's CX (customer experience) or customer service team. We know that every business is different but in this CXWeekly update we give you tips and ideas for what positions you should consider having inside of your company or startup CX team. These roles will hel ...…
 
This week’s programme comes from the American Association for the Advancement of Science annual conference, in Washington DC. With over 9,000 attendees it’s the largest gathering of scientists in the world.We look at the issue of race and racism in science. The mapping of the human genome showed there was no significant genetic difference betwe ...…
 
Dan is joined by Patrick Marx, designer of rollercoasters for Europa Park! He tells us all about their physics and how rollercoasters work. Plus, did you think mistletoe was romantic? Think again! Finally, Dan is with some Fun Kids experts - Techno Mum and Enn & Gee.
 
Brandon meets some interesting people on the way to Dallas for out Texas meet up and Invitational Master Mind. Working on the business with your network, asking for help, and mutually pushing each other builds a stronger farm and stronger agricultural industry. Here are a few insights going into a big weekend. www.bootstrapfarmer.com…
 
Nasa have called time on the 14 year mission with the Mars Opportunity rover. Curiosity is still there. But what's next for our exploration of the Red planet? Adam asks Senior Strategist in Space Systems at Airbus, Liz Seward and BBC space correspondent, Jonathan Amos. Airbus are working with the European and Russian Space Agencies on the next ...…
 
Rick Wells, founder, and Megan Neubauer of The Seed Project Foundation assists sustainable agriculture projects through project grants, farm crisis relief, and educational assistance. By cultivating a phenomenal community dedicated to sustainable agriculture and assistance to their community, The Seed Project Foundation is a shining example of ...…
 
In this episode of the CXChronicles Podcast Adrian chats with the CXNation about why it is critical to conduct regular customer satisfaction or CSAT surveys inside of your business. Customer feedback is key to understanding your customers wants, needs and trigger points. Also CSAT, NPS, eNPS scores all give you tons of valuable information for ...…
 
Dick Brogden preaches on Matthew 24 and describes how to listen to God's call to be a missionary
 
Dan has a Nobel Prize Winner on this week's show! Dr Barry Marshall won the award in 2005 for discovering the bacteria that causes stomach ulcers! Dan chats to him about this discovery and his new book 'How To Win A Nobel Prize'. Plus, Dan continues to explore the most dangerous parts of the world, and the science from the past week!…
 
A very strongly worded, meta-review paper (looking at 73 historical reports from around the world published over the past 13 years) has just been published looking at the fate of insects around the world. The researchers have collated other people’s research, including the big 27 year study from Germany, that showed 75% loss of insects by weigh ...…
 
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