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David S. Vogel is a world-renowned data scientist and predictive modeler. He has won many awards for his predictive models, including the prestigious K-Cup. His wife, Thais Lopez Vogel, an attorney, manages VoLo Foundation. Together, they are raising six kids. David's research led them to become aware of the devastating economic impact of human reliance on uncapped fossil fuels and other greenhouse gases. They knew they had to do something - for their kids and future generations. VoLo Founda ...
 
What can one person do to stop climate change? You can join the thousands of people that are already hard at work fighting climate change every day. David Butler and his daughter Keaton talk to some of those people to learn what they do and what inspires them.You could be one of them.Whether you’re already in the climate fight or you’re ready to join it this is the podcast for you.Visit us at howtostopclimatechange.com.
 
How can each of us help tackle climate change? Which businesses are bringing innovative solutions to the market to reduce our impact on the planet? And what political & social changes do we require for a true paradigm shift? By interviewing the top scientists, entrepreneurs, activists & politicians, we seek to find answers to all of the above while uncovering the leaders behind our fight for the preservation of our planet.
 
Into the Sky is a show about the iconic Avro Vulcan XH558. In each episode you'll hear from someone close to XH558: from pilots who've flown her, to volunteers who look after her and the team who brought her back to flight. Explore the history of this magnificent aircraft, her role in the Cold War and at air displays. Learn about how she will become the centrepiece of The Vulcan Experience that includes the unique the Green Technology Hub, which will focus on aviation's contribution to green ...
 
Extinction Rebellion NYC talks with experts, citizens, and rebels from the frontlines, diving deep into the climate and ecological emergency, the need for a regenerative culture and transition, and why we need to ACT NOW! Extinction Rebellion is a global nonviolent movement to compel the world’s governments to address the climate and ecological emergency. We demand that the government and media Tell the Truth, that the government Act Now to halt biodiversity loss and reduce greenhouse gases ...
 
This podcast series is associated with George Mason University Cultural Studies' Colloquium Series. This year's series is called "Climate and Capitalism." The industrial revolution liberated human beings from the cycles of nature — or so it once seemed. It turns out that greenhouse gases, a natural byproduct of coal- and petroleum-burning industries, lead to global warming, and that we are now locked into a long warming trend: a trend that will raise sea levels, enhance the occurrence of ext ...
 
Join a curious farmer to discover ways in which farmers are using different practices to farm regeneratively. Find out how food can be produced, and how you can apply some of these principles in your backyard. She gets all the dirt from farmers, chefs and scientists that will help you make informed decisions about how you shop, buy and grow food.
 
What is Radio Luftballet? Radio Luftballet—anchored at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL)—is a place for imagining new worlds and sharing people’s stories about how we can contribute to the transition to a more sustainable society. Radio Luftballet hopes to open up connections and collaborations between the many sectors—cultural, commercial, social, political—working on transitions within their fields. In this project we wish to keep alive the historic ambitions of utopi ...
 
Welcome to Planet Primary, a fun, educational adventure for kids ages 5-9! Join Izzy, Riley and Pat the Cow as they teach you how to care for the environment. There are brilliant activities and fun quizzes for the most creative, smart kids who want to help the Earth. You can be like Batman or Superwoman and save the planet! So, hold tight as you dive into the world of this brilliant, learning podcast...
 
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Laura Betts is a former sustainability leader at Walt Disney Parks & Resorts and is currently a program manager at CLEO Institute. She is a Climate Reality Leader in Orlando, FL, a mentor and recipient of the prestigious Green Ring Award from the Climate Reality Project. The Climate Reality Project works to catalyze global solutions to the climate …
 
Passionate activist Valerie Vande Panne shares her journey covering the war on drugs to becoming an environmental reporter at WGCU Public Media in Southwest Florida. She has also contributed to Bloomberg, Reuters, and Politico. With a focus on covering marginalized communities, Valerie discusses how environmental racism has a direct impact on these…
 
Doctors and nurses are at the forefront of seeing the direct correlation between climate change and climate-related health ailments. Dr. Cheryl Holder is the Co-Chair of Florida Clinicians for Climate Action where she works to increase awareness about the impact of climate change on our most vulnerable communities. Dr. Holder shares stories about t…
 
Iain has a background in ecology, being award his PhD in 2005. He successfully completed 2 post-docs, and was most recently a lecturer ay Macquarie University, where he gave a birds eye view and whole of systems approach to landscape function, including agriculture to the students. He has taken this view and applied it to Leap Farm. After talking t…
 
Often, the people that are most affected by the impacts of climate change are those who are already disadvantaged in our society. Adrianna Quintero, Senior Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Energy Foundation, shares what these disparities look like, and how we can advocate for everyone. Adrianna worked with the Biden transition team t…
 
We discuss a year since George Floyd and how the world has/hasn't changed. Also the next big disruptive Skateboard Brand Wardrobe Galaxy. It's going down ya dig. I'm in the lab with Celebrity stylist/CEO Sublime Tactics Parris Wagner and Cornell Miller CEO/Founder WARdrobe Galaxy. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/zip-gould/message…
 
This episode is really about carbon accounting in farming – listening will help you gain a better holistic overview and understanding of emissions from livestock, carbon sequestration in soil, and the dilemma that this presents to farmers. Matt, Kate and Iain discuss the need to develop strategies to assist farmers to manage their farm and livestoc…
 
Self-education and self-advocacy are the foundation blocks for building a sustainable future; not just for ourselves, but for generations to come. Lifestyle personality, Tony Berardo, shares how his struggle with Crohn’s disease led him to a plant-based diet. As Tony became fully immersed in this culture, he became more focused on climate change an…
 
For years, experts have been predicting how the greenhouse effect would adversely impact our environment. In the 2010s, we really started to see those predictions become reality. Meteorologist, John Morales, has been serving as a television presence for nearly 3 decades. He’s seen first-hand how tropical storm weather patterns have changed over tim…
 
Chris Castro serves as the Senior Advisor to Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, Director of Sustainability & Resilience, and "Future-Ready" steering-committee member at the City of Orlando developing a comprehensive set of policies & programs that has turned Orlando into one of the leading cities in America accelerating sustainability, resiliency, and clima…
 
Britta Gross is the Managing Director of RMI's mobility practice area, focused on the market-driven strategies and technologies required to accelerate towards carbon-free mobility solutions. Britta was formerly the Director of Advanced Vehicle Commercialization at General Motors, responsible for the energy and infrastructure strategies, partnership…
 
The Greenleaf team brings a variety of backgrounds and perspectives to their work. They have a shared passion for supporting a sustainable, healthy world by addressing environmental causes of preventable human ailments which brings them together and keeps them moving forward. During this session, the Greenleaf team, led by climate and water researc…
 
Latin music star, Carlos Vives, created the Tras La Perla initiative to actively promote the improvement of the quality of life in the city of Santa Marta and in its region of influence. The Initiative is based on the cooperation and articulation of various forces that allow discovering the potential of the city and the territory, seeking balance a…
 
Kate Williams is CEO of 1% for the Planet, a global movement that inspires action and commitment so that our planet and future generations thrive. 1% for the Planet engages businesses and individuals to support environmental nonprofit solutions through membership and everyday actions. Gaelle Wizenberg, Founder and Chief of Commerce, of Charlie Bana…
 
Dr. Nat Keohane, Sr VP for Climate at Environmental Defense Fund, and Free Krupp, President at Environmental Defense Fund share an engaging conversation about climate, energy, and corporate sustainability. 94% of Floridians agree that climate change is real. Florida is experiencing rainy day flooding events, increasingly severe hurricanes, and reco…
 
Ray Archuleta is one of the world’s preeminent experts, pioneers, and advocates in today’s regenerative agricultural movement. Through years of practical experience on his own farms and ranches, and by learning from other experts and researchers across the globe, he’s learned how to successfully farm and ranch in nature’s image—to grow healthier so…
 
Welcome to the Third Annual Climate Correction™ Conference, dedicated to sharing and collaborating on climate change solutions. Our mission is to educate the public with data about climate change and to empower individuals to make strides toward a renewable and more sustainable future. VoLo Foundation Florida Climate Week 2021 - The Positive Impact…
 
In a mere 20 minutes, Lauren gives her perspective on where Felds Farm is today, and many of the lessons that they have learnt, along the way. She gives an update on their progress, and how their thinking about the business has matured considerably in such a short period of time. Find Lauren through social media on Instagram and Facebook, or head t…
 
Here's a recap on Episode 1 - The Humble Onion, in anticipation of Episode 4 where I catch up with Lauren Byrne of Felds Farm. In this episode, which may have slightly improved audio quality than the original, we hear from Mike and Lauren about their foray into Market Gardening. This episode was recorded at the time they moved from some land just o…
 
To meet the scale of the climate change crisis and recapture its role as a global climate leader, the United States will need to put forth a new ambitious and credible Nationally Determined Contribution with a target of reducing total new US greenhouse gas emissions at least 50% below 2005 levels by 2030, charting an emissions path consist with Par…
 
Our Mates Farm is just down the road. Coreen Ung and Mathew Tack have turned an old, run down apple orchard into a thriving small farm, producing over 50 different varieties of apples, as well as lamb and pork. They believe in being radically transparent, and encourage their customers to come to the farm to understand where their food comes from, a…
 
Many people think of climate change as being a future problem, but that’s not the case. Climate change has become a major part of our economy. In 2020, 4.7 million structures were impacted from an insurance perspective because of climate change. Insurance premiums are increasing, people are losing opportunities to work, and businesses are being dis…
 
Adam Edelen is the founder of Edelen Renewables. He’s working to bring jobs and investment to coal country by building massive solar farms on reclaimed strip mines, and he’s working with coal companies and renewable energy developers to do it. We had a great conversation with him and he gave me a tour of his first coal-to-solar project in Martin Co…
 
Leap Farm dairy system: Once a day milking (in the mornings) All kids kept with their mothers throughout the season (during the day) The mothers and kids are drafted apart in the evening, with all of them shedded at night on a composting hay floor (deep litter system) that provides heat (like an electric blanket) Kids are given a small amount of mi…
 
Peter Meiszner, a digital strategist who audiences will know from his previous on-air work with Global TV. Peter is a passionate urbanist and the publisher of Urban YVR — a popular architecture website that showcases new housing, office commercial, and industrial developments in Metro Vancouver. His website is https://www.urbanyvr.com​ and you can …
 
Welcome back to Planet Primary, Nature Heroes! Today we are going on a very special adventure today... because today is a gorilla special!!!! Join Riley, Izzy and Pat as they save the world whilst having a bunch of fun. Let's go! NOTE: Planet Primary is a few days late today as you have probably noticed, episodes will be back to normal after today!…
 
Kiera O’Brien is the founder and president of Young Conservatives for Carbon Dividends. She co-founded the organization as a means to bridge the gap between what conservatism meant to her at home in Alaska and what she was seeing on her college campus at Harvard. Kiera is passionate about responsible environmental policy-making and conservative pol…
 
As small producers, we rarely get "a voice" at the table when it comes to discussions about agriculture in Tasmania or even at a federal level. Sprout has become that voice, and has been advocating for small producers in this space increasingly. But they need to know more about us - like where we are, what we farm, our economic worth and how we add…
 
David Doniger is the Senior Strategic Director of the Climate and Clean Energy Program at the Natural Resources Defense Council. He has been at the forefront of the battle against air pollution and global climate change since joining NRDC in 1978. During his esteemed career, he helped formulate the Montreal Protocol, served on the White House Counc…
 
Director of Sustainability and Resilience for the City of Orlando, Chris Castro, shares their mission to accelerate change and global impact by supporting science-based climate change solutions, enhancing education, and improving health. Castro crafted the first community-action plan for the Green Works office. This was their first attempt at devel…
 
Our guest today is Natascha Glanzer-Fuerst an Austrian zero-waste advocate and feminist who was a crew member with eXXpedition, an organization that leads all-female scientific voyages around the world dedicated to exploring the impact of plastic and toxic pollution in our oceans and working to solve the problem. You might have noticed the odd spel…
 
Dr. Marshall Shepherd is a leading international expert in weather and climate and is the Georgia Athletic Association Distinguished Professor of Geography and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Georgia. He has many accomplishments including hosting The Weather Channel’s Award-Winning show Weather Geeks. Today, he joins host Shannon Maganiez…
 
Welcome back to Planet Primary! This episode, we will be talking about Greenhouse Gases. Join Izzy, Riley and Pat the Cow as they meet Kelly from Earthcubs, get an planet-saving challenge and have a TON of fun. Update: New Planet Primary episodes will now be released every 2 weeks instead of weekly. For more information follow us on our Facebook an…
 
Episode 1 introduces you to data scientist, David S. Vogel, and attorney, Thais Lopez Vogel, co-founders of VoLo Foundation. They discuss their data and research on climate change with a focus on tying together data, economic, health, and educational impact and research. The Vogels, a husband and wife team, are dedicated to bringing meaning to the …
 
Dawn Shirreffs, the Florida Director of the Environmental Defense Fund, shares the profound climate changes happening right now in Florida. Unlike other states in different regions, Florida has its own very real and lasting effects due to climate change. With powerful hurricanes and low-lying land, Florida is experiencing an increase in flooding an…
 
Anne Merwin, Vice President of Conservation at Ocean Conservancy discusses how climate change is impacting our oceans. With over 15 years advocating for better management of our oceans, Merwin talks about the immediate action needing to happen for significant change. Merwin also shares the direct impact climate change has had in Florida, a state th…
 
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