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Talk+Water takes a deep dive into the world of water with those making the waves. Todd H. Votteler, Ph.D., interviews special guests making unique contributions in the water profession.
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Water Environment: Lakes, Rivers, Oceans, Seas, Groundwater, Wells - Water Conservation, Water Sustainability, Water Preservation, Water Ecology, and other H2O Environmental IssuesContact info: Clean@h2opodcast.com or 206-984-3260; http://H2Opodcast.com
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UnDisciplined

Utah Public Radio

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Each week, UnDisciplined takes a fun, fascinating and accessible dive into the lives of researchers and explorers working across a wide variety of scientific fields.
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Groundwater Podcast with Jonathan Brown

Jonathan Brown: poet, rapper, podcaster

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If you dig deep enough anywhere in the world, you'll hit water. The stuff we are all made of... The stuff the earth's surface is made of... People are the same way. If we dig deep enough into the personal, we discover the universal. Groundwater Podcast interviews creatives of all kinds, and together we look for the meaning of art.
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One Drop Leads to Another

Cape Cod Groundwater Guardians

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One Drop Leads to Another is a project about water connections – the connections between and across species, people, places and times. Each podcast episode features guests from a variety of backgrounds and professions that have water stories to tell, placing emphasis on how they are all interrelated. The idea is to highlight the concept that one drop of water always leads to another, and that the actions we take today, good and bad, trickle down into the water of tomorrow. Visit capecodgroun ...
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Straight from the Tap

Water Conditioning & Purification International

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Straight from the Tap is a monthly podcast that dives into the topics and issues of water treatment and features real people working in the industry. From the professionals, for the professionals.
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Nebraska CropWatch

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

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The Nebraska CropWatch Podcast provides the latest research-based information from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln on crop production, pest management, and related agricultural information for Nebraska farmers and agribusinesses. CropWatch Podcasts feature researchers, extension educators, and other experts. For more information on these topics, visit www.cropwatch.unl.edu , where new articles are published weekly during the cropping season.
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A podcast helping water leaders to discover solutions and drive change. waterloop is for people who work in water at utilities, government, universities, engineering firms, technology companies, and environmental organizations. The podcast helps listeners to become more knowledgeable experts, creators of change in communities, and builders of a sustainable and equitable water future. waterloop is hosted by Travis Loop, who brings two decades of experience in journalism and water communicatio ...
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Unfold, a UC Davis podcast about science, innovation and discovery, unfolded through storytelling. We make complex topics relatable and reveal answers to questions you’ve always been curious about. Each episode takes you into the field with leading researchers who are working to tackle big picture problems – like how we’re going to feed a growing population, adapt to climate change and improve the health of people, animals and the planet. Hosted by public radio veteran Amy Quinton. Co-hosted ...
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"What About Water? with Jay Famiglietti" connects water science with the stories that bring about solutions, adaptation, and action for the world's water realities. Presented by Arizona State University and the University of Saskatchewan, and hosted by ASU Professor and USask Professor Emeritus Jay Famiglietti.
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What Doesn't Kill You

Heritage Radio Network

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Food production is a curious business; it's nuanced, layered, complex, and political. In What Doesn’t Kill You, host Katy Keiffer endeavors to identify and explain some of the key issues in our food system through interviews with journalists, authors, scientists, activists, and industry experts. Water rights, meat and agricultural production, food waste, labor issues, and new technologies are just some of the topics explored so we can better understand how to feed the future.
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TCAST is an education, business, and technology video podcast that informs listeners and viewers on best practices, theory, technical functions of the TARTLE data marketplace system and how it is designed to serve society with the highest and best intentions. TCAST is brought to you by TARTLE. A global personal data marketplace that allows users to sell their personal information anonymously when they want to, while allowing buyers to access clean ready to analyze data sets on digital identi ...
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The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) Superfund Research Program (SRP) produces a monthly Research Brief Podcast that highlights the research of SRP grantees. The SRP is a network of university grants that seek solutions to the complex health and environmental issues associated with the nation's hazardous waste sites. The research conducted by the SRP is a coordinated effort with the Environmental Protection Agency, which is the federal entity charged with cleaning ...
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Sharing Power Podcast

Flux Theatre Ensemble

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Sharing Power is a podcast co-hosted by Lori, Corinna, and Jason that invites other creators/organizers who are practicing distributed leadership/consent-based processes to discuss how they’re doing it.
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Discover how our most precious commodity impacts our lives in so many fascinating ways. That's right! We're talking about water, but not like you've ever heard it before. Join us as we explore social, environmental and economic issues around the globe as we ask the questions: what are we doing, and how can we do better? The "Water We Doing?" won the 2022 Canadian Podcasting Award for Outstanding Branded Series. The podcast is a production of the Aquatic Biosphere Project. The podcast is prod ...
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Between You & Me podcast features the stories and voices of the people of Northern Minnesota, as shared on the KAXE Morning Show. This podcast is made possible by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund and the citizens of Minnesota.
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From a glitzy red carpet to ground zero of a disaster, journalists go where others cannot to do their work. Get the story behind the story from journalists across 105 newspapers nationwide.
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Sustainability Podcast

Dr Sai Bhaskar Reddy Nakka

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Sustainability is specific to humans as the proportion of human beings and their needs are beyond the carrying capacity of the earth. Considering the importance UN declared Sustainable Development Goals to be achieved. There is a need for achieving sustainability by the humans for the wellbeing of all other life along with the natural resources.
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Broken Limelight is a true crime podcast about celebrities, featuring stories about the dark histories behind Hollywood, the elite, and anyone in the limelight. From murders to mysterious overdoses and suicides to drug addiction to sex abuse, everyone has a story. *Note: If you are not a fan of profanity, random bursts of singing, or people who laugh at their own jokes, this podcast may not be for you. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brokenlimelight/support
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Join us for wide-ranging interviews with water monitoring professionals, who share everything from nitty-gritty project details to big-picture perspective. These conversations between guests and our own groundwater and surface water experts offer fascinating insight into the world of water science and the incredible work being done to protect our precious water resources. Presented to you by In-Situ. We specialize in the manufacture and design of equipment and software used to solve water mo ...
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On the Contrary by IDR

India Development Review & Maed in India

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On the Contrary by IDR is an award-winning show about listening to people not like us. In every episode, the host chats with guests as they share their diverse experiences, perspectives, and expertise on an issue—water security, gender, climate change, caste, mental health, and more. The goal is to get people to explore their similarities and differences, and find a new, shared understanding. New episode out every Wednesday.
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Authorities in Oregon have known for over three decades that groundwater in the eastern part of the state, a rural region where many people rely on domestic wells for drinking water, is contaminated with high levels of nitrates and unsafe to drink – yet, until recently, have done little to address the problem. Until 2022, many people in the region …
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Erik Kanter, President of Clean Wisconsin joins to explain how republicans are withholding funds for clean up until the legislature passes a bill immunizing polluters from prosecution for polluting the drinking water of hundreds of thousands of Wisconsinites. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support What Doe…
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Why does your washing sometimes smell bad? What is the difference between forecast temperature and 'real feel'? Why can't other apes grow long head hair? What is the difference between a sprinter and a marathon runner? Why do Greenland sharks live so long? Can parrots see themselves in the mirror? Dr Chris Smith and Clarence Ford have all the answe…
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Since 2011, the Climate Science Legal Defense Fund has supported hundreds of researchers who have been attacked, sued, defamed, and threatened — and this year the organization has been busier than ever. The group’s director, Lauren Kurtz, says she’s happy that her organization is being sought out by scientists in need—and really sad that there is a…
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On the latest episode of the Arkansas AgCast, ArFB ag economist Tyler Oxner discusses the long list of regulatory actions taken by the federal government recently and their impact on Arkansas farmers. In many cases, these regulations are issued among hundreds of pages, making it difficult for farmers to track. The ArFB Commodities and Regulatory Af…
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Freshwater is essential for life on Earth, but analysts at the World Bank say more often than not, there's either too little, too much, or the water is contaminated and polluted. We look at whether desalinating ocean water and piping it across the desert would really solve water scarcity, why some cities and towns keep flooding, and how much is too…
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The world’s largest dam removal project is underway along the 250-mile Klamath River in California and Oregon. By the end of 2024, four of the river’s six dams will be demolished. UC Davis scientists are studying whether it will help salmon populations rebound. The fishes’ ear bones could hold clues to their future. In this episode of Unfold, host …
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Many consumers want to do their part to slow down global warming and they’re flocking to companies that try to do less harm to the planet. Companies, in turn, love to claim they’re environmentally friendly, sustainable or carbon neutral. Because in a world battered by climate change, it’s not just morally right to fight climate change, it also pays…
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Communities along the Mississippi River face numerous challenges from natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes, and droughts. This episode explores how adopting nature-based solutions can bolster resilience against these impacts. Mayor Errick Simmons of Greenville, Mississippi, shares insights into his community's efforts and the collaborative …
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New legislation introduced by Senator Elizabeth Warren and Representative Ro Khanna would put the kybosh on trading in water futures. Will it succeed? Mary Grant, Director of the Public Water for All initiative at Food and Water Watch joins to discuss this legislation, and other issues affecting our water supplies. Heritage Radio Network is a liste…
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Dr Chris answers listener submitted questions including: would it be possible to slingshot continuously around the Earth and Mars? When does our consciousness 'switch on?' How worried should we be if we're outside during a thunderstorm? Is 0 positive or negative? What maintains our body temperature? Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting t…
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On the latest episode of the Arkansas AgCast, Jared Garrett, ArFB staffer, joins us to discuss the changes USDA has proposed to the payment and capital improvement system for poultry farmers. We learn a bit about how the system has worked in the past, what changes are proposed and how those changes are proposed to improve the current system.…
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Researchers funded by the NIEHS Superfund Research Program (SRP) revealed how characteristics of water treatment systems may alter the ability of novel nanomaterials to remove PFAS. Scientists should be aware of factors like water pH ' a measure of acidic or basic conditions ' or salt level to ensure that these nanomaterials effectively remove PFAS…
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Send us a Text Message. In this conversation, Dr. Todd Votteler, Editor-in-Chief of Texas+Water, talks with Sam Marie Hermitte, Assistant Deputy Executive Administrator of Water Science and Conservation for the Texas Water Development Board, about utilizing data to support water management and conservation. Her responsibilities at the Texas Water D…
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Forecasts for this past weekend called for another lengthy heatwave, with temperatures exceeding 100 degrees for four days in a row — maybe longer. This won’t be the Portland area’s hottest stretch. That was a 2021 heat wave when temperatures hit 116 degrees. About 100 people died in Oregon. But this 2024 heat wave might end up among the longest, w…
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Floodplain reconnection has emerged as a crucial solution to mitigating flooding, improving water quality, and supporting biodiversity along the Mississippi River corridor. In this episode, Chris Rice of The Nature Conservancy discusses the restoration of Mollicy Farms, the largest floodplain reconnection project ever undertaken in the U.S. Chris e…
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In this thought-provoking episode of TCAST, hosts Alexander McCaig and Jason Rigby dissect the White House's recently published "Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights." They offer a critical analysis of the document's implications for data privacy, individual freedoms, and the future of AI regulation. Key Topics Discussed: Introduction to the AI Bill …
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Do women suffer from flatulence, and what affects your level of flatulence? Does hitting someone on the head actually knock them out? Is being a psychopath down to nature or nurture? Why does the weather stay warm when the seasons shift? Why can we only recycle some types of plastic? Can a swollen heart be reduced in size? Can nuclear rods power sp…
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The fact there are 2.2 million people in America without safe drinking water and adequate sanitation in their homes does not receive enough media attention or public awareness. There are lessons on how to change this from the high-profile coverage of connected environmental issues such as climate change. This episode features a conversation with Bi…
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Longtime reporter Tom Hallman Jr. retired last week after nearly 44 years at The Oregonian. His byline is a favorite for readers who know he will deliver a feature story well worth their time. Hallman joins Editor Therese Bottomly on “Beat Check with The Oregonian” to talk about his career and what goes into his style of writing and reporting. Hall…
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Does laying on your left side clean your organs? Are faces the only difference that different populations have, and why do we notice facial differences? What happens to the body when your body drops drastically? How does the body react to extreme trauma? Why do we get blemishes on our skin? Could you transplant muscles around the body? How do you s…
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The American Farm Bureau has released its annual 4th of July Cookout Cost Survey, and this year is shaping up to be the most expensive BBQ on record. We have a breakdown of where you’ll spend more and where you’ll save a little. Plus, Denmark is moving forward with a livestock carbon tax, farmer sentiment on the ag economy is down and we dive in to…
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Will Harlan from the Center for Biological Diversity joins to talk about the keystone species horseshoe crabs, a population that is crashing, and for which the Center is seeking endangered species protection. Learn why we need to protect this harmless and ancient creature from human exploitation. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonpr…
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In this episode, Dr. Christine Wittich of UNL's Civil Engineering department joins to talk about why she got into engineering, why she traded preparing buildings for earthquakes in California for working with farmers in Nebraska and Iowa, what was learned about grain bin structures in the 2020 derecho, and why grain bin destruction is more than jus…
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What causes monkeypox? Would an organ donor's DNA be in your body? Why does alcohol abate the symptoms of a hangover? Can you get bird flu from bird poo? Why do birds bob their head when they walk? Where does the word 'humour' come from? Is there a scientific basis on the laws of attraction? Dr Chris Smith and Clarence Ford have all the answers... …
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In the third Weather Ready Farms podcast series, I visit with Dr. Amy Schmidt of UNL's Biological Systems Engineering. She talks about her background and why she switched from aerospace engineering to agricultural engineering, the benefits proper manure management in fields can bring to the soil and the environment, and what a manure broker is. Fin…
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Sen. John Boozman joined the AgCast from Washington D.C. this week to discuss the Farm Bill framework he recently released with GOP colleagues in the Senate Ag Committee. We discuss the updates and additions he proposed for the Farm Bill, plus the areas of bipartisan common ground. We also asked if he predicts a new Farm Bill or another extension i…
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Communities across the United States face significant challenges in accessing and effectively utilizing federal funding for water initiatives. The solution lies in leveraging these resources to empower grassroots organizations and address local water issues. This episode is a recording from a session at River Network’s River Rally, during which Cel…
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The River Network’s Emerging Leader Award highlights rising stars at the crossroads of water and justice. Designed to boost early career professionals, the award offers recognition, confidence, and networking opportunities. At River Rally 2024 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, four awardees shared their impactful work, the reasons for their recognition, a…
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Across Oregon, county and city leaders say they don’t have the money to maintain their streets and sidewalks. In the Portland area, a pair of mega transportation projects years in the making remain unfinished and drastically underfunded. All the while, the Oregon Department of Transportation says will require an annual $1.8 billion boost to meet a …
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In this episode of TCAST, a tech and data podcast hosted by Alexander McCaig and Jason Rigby, the duo dives into the challenges faced by the healthcare industry in data collection and member engagement. They discuss how TARTLE's innovative platform can help hospitals, insurance companies, and research institutions overcome these hurdles, leading to…
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Earlier this week, the GOP side of the Senate Ag Committee, led by Sen. John Boozman, released framework for the farm bill. We will summarize the contents and discuss next step for the legislation. There’s also a groundwater conservation tax credit program in Arkansas that gets little use, but farmers are well-suited to take advantage, we have the …
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The Potomac River, once labeled a national disgrace due to severe pollution, has seen significant improvements over the decades. Through efforts such as wastewater treatment upgrades and cleanup of industrial hotspots, the river's health has greatly improved, making it often safe for recreational use. In this episode, Dean Naujoks, the Potomac Rive…
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Way back in 2011, policymakers in Oregon set an ambitious goal. By 2025, 80 percent of the state’s 25- to 34-year-old residents would have some kind of college credentials. The deadline is next year, and the state won’t come close. Instead, college-going rates have been on the decline in Oregon for the last decade, particularly among certain groups…
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Science writer Maryn McKenna, author of Superbug and Big Chicken, joins to discuss the feeble attempts to rein in antibiotic use in animal agriculture. As the World Health Organization and others blare out the warnings about a post antibiotic medical landscape, American livestock producers can't quite seem to fully wean their herds off prophylactic…
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Send us a Text Message. Happy World Ocean day and we hope you are celebrating Ocean Week Canada! In this episode of the 'Water We Doing' podcast by the Aquatic Biosphere Project, host David Evans explores the incredible biodiversity of coastlines around the world and how humans can coexist with endangered species. Starting from Canada’s extensive c…
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