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CrowdScience
Weekly
 
We take your questions about life, Earth and the universe to researchers hunting for answers at the frontiers of knowledge.
 
The Show Where Today’s Top Energy Experts Break Down Today’s Top Energy Issues
 
How is global warming shaping our lives? And what can we do about it? We connect the dots, from fossil fuels to extreme weather, clean energy to public health, and more. Join Dr. Anthony Leiserowitz of Yale University for a daily 90-second podcast about climate change, where we confront reality and share inspiring stories of hope.
 
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KSTE Farm Hour
Weekly
 
Sundays Noon-1p on Talk 650 KSTE
 
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Central Time
Daily
 
"Central Time" takes a unique approach each hour to cover a mix of topics, finding the latest news, cultural trends, and exploring ideas -- big and small -- to find the best guests to discuss these thought-provoking topics.It can be heard weekdays on the Ideas Network from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
 
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BPR News Extended
Weekly
 
Long format content from BPR News.
 
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EcoNews Report
Monthly+
 
Timely interviews on environmental issues that matter most on the North Coast and our bioregion, along with news and information on upcoming meetings, hikes and events. Presented by the Northcoast Environmental Center, publisher of our bioregion's environmental newspaper, EcoNews. The EcoNews Report features a rotating cast of representatives from our member groups.
 
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We talk to the author of a new cookbook about recipes to feed and comfort people around you, in good and bad times. We also learn more about the bipartisan legislative taskforce's call for increased school funding after hearing from parents and teachers around the state. We also cover a top news story.…
 
Gannett, a company that publishes several online and print newspapers in the state, has received a $1.36 billion buyout bid from a hedge-fund backed media group. We talk about the likelihood of Gannett accepting the offer, and how that could change the state's media landscape. We also learn about farming hemp in Wisconsin and take a look at the ...…
 
When CrowdScience listener, Grady, crashed violently on his motorbike in the desert, he thought he was going to die. Years later he still can’t remember the dramatic seconds just before the impact. Where did the memory disappear to? Did the hard hit to the head knock his memories out or are they still in his brain somewhere? CrowdScience turns ...…
 
As seas rise, wealthy people and developers are moving in. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
President Trump recently promised farmers that he’ll open the southern border to make it easier to get much needed farm laborers into the United States. We have the details. California just released their yearly roundup of agricultural statistics. Which crops were the big winners? Which California counties are responsible for the most farm inco ...…
 
Moments that once were personal, noteworthy events have become opportunities to throw big get togethers. We talk about why gender reveal parties, post-wedding receptions and elaborate proposals are becoming new traditions. We also take a look at a top news story.
 
Five years ago, Reverend Alex Gee published his article 'Justified Anger' in a Madison newspaper, starting a community-wide conversation about equality and race in the community. We check in with him to see how far Madison has come and what he hopes for the future. We also discuss the Republican-backed pre-existing conditions bill and Gov. Ever ...…
 
My guest is Jennifer Savage, California Policy Manager for Surfrider Foundation , an international organization that is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world's ocean, waves, and beaches through a powerful activist network. The Humboldt Surfrider Chapter is one of 20 chapters in California, where coastal access, coastal developm ...…
 
“We see increased cases of asthma, other respiratory disease, cardiovascular disease.” Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
William Barr, President Trump's nominee to be the next attorney general, appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee for confirmation. We talk about the highlights of the hearings and other top national news on the Week in Washington. We also hear about what makes Wisconsin's state trunk highway system unique and suitable for spontaneous, sh ...…
 
A newly-opened cafe and waffle bar in the Chippewa Valley area is cooking up delicious breakfast and donating 100 percent of their profit to support local families experiencing housing insecurity. We find out the full story from the cafe's owner. We also hear from the author of a new book who says we never really know if our parenting methods a ...…
 
On this episode, Alex is joined by his colleagues Don Watkins and Steffen Henne to discuss this week’s most important energy stories: • How to evaluate claims about energy • Yes, Republicans need a new climate agenda–no, not a carbon tax • The bad science behind air emissions regulations • Wall Street goes green • U.S. CO2 emissions rise–and wh ...…
 
But they’re in danger. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
A former Wisconsinite has set out to capture the spirit of Wisconsin through ubiquitous bar signs. We learn how the iconic Pabst Blue Ribbon and other vintage bar signage became a project for the Duluth resident. We also learn what changes have been made to the American Psychological Association's guidelines for treating men and boys, and discu ...…
 
The WIAA has written a column directed towards parents of athletes, asking them to give referees a break and quit the yelling. We talk with a guest who has experience as a referee about the wider reaching effects of this negative parental behavior. We also discuss a top news story in greater detail.
 
Extreme weather is increasing the financial risks of farming. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
We're seeing record-low unemployment rates in today's economy, but many older adults still face challenges finding suitable employment. We talk about why the job market is still tough on older workers. We also take a look at some of the latest news in science and discuss a series of new developments in the Trump-Russia probe.…
 
A researcher who has been spending time in rural parts of Michigan and Wisconsin tells us why we should rethink what economic success looks like for rural America, and what its residents are already doing to make change. We also discuss the new Green Bay Packers' head coach hire and talk with a writer who believes we need to keep an eye on the ...…
 
Dominika Parry developed a new curriculum for middle-school students. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
The host of NPR's "Wait, Wait...Don't Tell Me!" quiz show will join us to talk about how his extensive running career, including fourteen marathons, helped him through some of his most challenging moments in life. We also learn what to do with all of those spices in our cabinets with a spice master.
 
Today marks the twentieth day of the partial government shutdown, tying it for the longest government shutdown in U.S. history. We take a look at past shutdowns to get more context about the current situation. We also hear from a psychology professor about how to give authentic compliments and talk about this week's top Wisconsin news.…
 
Magma is the hot, molten rock found beneath the Earth’s crust. It’s so plentiful that it got Greek listener Dimitrios wondering whether we could harness this heat. Could we drill directly into the magma and use it to power our homes, he asks presenter Marnie Chesterton? And from Ghana, Madock also got in touch with CrowdScience to ask why there ...…
 
A tree sapling is delivered right to the door. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
Don’t believe all the negativity about this year’s water supply for California farmers. The Department of Water Resources has encouraging news about this year’s Sierra snowpack, water that will eventually find its way to Central Valley Project and State Water Project customers. We have the numbers. THere’s an ever so slight opening in the door ...…
 
While world travel can come with numerous benefits to the traveler and the destination, if we all decide to visit the same handful of destinations year after year it can take a big toll on a city. We talk about the concept of 'overtourism' and learn about what can be done to lighten the load on some of these popular cities. We also talk about A ...…
 
While the White House has expressed that they'd like to work with Congress on securing a deal for the border wall, there have also been questions about whether or not they need the full support of Congress to make it happen. We talk with a reporter about the legality of the situation. We also hear from the author of a new book who says anxiety ...…
 
The bank is also increasing financing for renewables and energy efficiency. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
A proposed solar project in Iowa County would be the largest solar farm in the Midwest. We learn more about the nearly 2,700 acre-plan and why the county has seen mixed reactions. We also hear from the author of a new book who says our education system needs to be doing more to provide equal opportunities to children of color. And, we talk abou ...…
 
A running group in Eau Claire is hoping to hold the fourth Snowshoe Beer Mile very soon, which combines the concept of a Beer Mile with the wonder of snowshoes. We learn more about the motivations behind this quirky race from one of the founders and the race record holder. We also take the time to think about what we miss most about life prior ...…
 
On this episode, Alex is joined by his colleagues Don Watkins and Steffen Henne to discuss this week’s most important energy stories: • Why Bill Gates is a much better energy thinker than Elon Musk • The French “yellow vest” protests • How to oppose the divestment movement • Why the Green New Deal will “make America poor again” • Vox’s advice f ...…
 
“We care about our kids way more than we care about polar bears.” Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
Studying a lake as large as Lake Superior has its challenges, but some researchers are looking to learn more about the big picture by studying the many small tributaries that feed into the lake. We talk with a researcher about what they know. We also learn about a bill that has been introduced by two Republican legislators that would criminaliz ...…
 
Despite receiving criticism from many Republicans and military experts, President Trump has slowed down his plans to pull all 2,000 troops out of Syria but remains firm that the U.S. cannot stay there forever. We talk with a guest who believes Trump's decision to withdraw from Syria is a good one. We also take a look at immigration stance and p ...…
 
The authors say coal is a bigger threat. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
Leadership skills aren't just for bosses. We talk to an expert on leadership about how we can benefit from being a go-to person in our communities and every day lives. The weekend brought some celebratory events hosted by the Evers team that focused on kids activities, but today is the big day, inauguration. We hear from WPR's Capitol bureau ch ...…
 
New additions are being made to the public domain for the first time in more than 20 years. We find out why such the big delay and what this means for us, the public. We also hear about a new report that digs into the wider-reaching effects for Wisconsin families experiencing eviction. And we take a look at why some states are considering movin ...…
 
He took a big risk. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
2019 begins with encouraging results of two agricultural studies. UC Davis researchers have been able to clone hybrid varieties of rice, which would be a major benefit to third world country farmers who can’t afford to buy fresh seed every year. And another study shows that a major pest of the honeybee population, the varroa mite, might be cont ...…
 
Birds are dinosaurs, but did their extinct relatives move, look, or even sing like their avian relatives? From revealing the hidden information within fossilised dinosaur footprints, to reading the messages left by muscle attachments on fossil bones and seeing how modern palaeo-artists have started to draw fluffy feathered Tyranosaurs, presente ...…
 
Founder Natalie Isaacs had a literal lightbulb moment. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
Are prohibitionary cities and counties unintentionally sanctioning the illegal cannabis market? Friends of the Eel River's Conservation Director Scott Greacen discusses this question with HDL 's Cannabis Policy Advisor Mark Lovelace. Legislation legalizing recreational cannabis in California provided robust local control by allowing cities and ...…
 
Storms and rising seas threaten 5,000-year-old archaeological sites. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
Chris Boggiano says climate change is a national security threat. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
Linda Escalante is linking lawmakers to people on the front lines of environmental problems. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
Big salamanders usually control a stream’s best real estate. Warmer water could shift this underwater power dynamic. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
CrowdScience goes interstellar this week to answer listeners’ questions about the future of space travel. Marnie Chesterton heads to Nasa’s Kennedy Space Centre in Florida, where she hears about the engineering challenges of creating a spacecraft that could eventually take us all the way to Mars. Then there are the challenges of engineering the ...…
 
Visitors to New York’s Whitney Museum can see it until April 14, 2019. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
15 Environmental stories in 30 minutes – that’s the EcoNews Roundup! For December’s EcoNews Report Roundup Larry Glass, NEC’s Executive Director, and Bella Waters, NEC’s Admin & Development Director, cover the following news stories: Local Conflict-of-Interest Questions Arise as Supervisors Set to Consider Rezoning More Than 500,000 Acres Tuesd ...…
 
Away from Home meals are up. What does that mean for California Farmers’ income? We have the details. What are the Trump Administration’s strategies for increasing rural prosperity? We’ve got that info, too. Have you heard about the California Farm Demonstration Network? We’ll tell you all about it. When it comes to gophers versus drip irrigati ...…
 
The mayor’s climate advisor hopes that other cities will do the same. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
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