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Join world-renowned economist and Columbia University Professor Jeffrey Sachs for lively conversations with the authors of scintillating, inspiring and remarkably important books about history, social justice, and the challenges of building a decent world. Learn more and get involved at bookclubwithjeffreysachs.org. The Book Club with Jeffrey Sachs is brought to you by the SDG Academy, an initiative of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network. Produced by Karena Joslin. Audio editing ...
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The SDG In Action podcast series, dives deep into the critical role the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) play in shaping a sustainable and equitable future. As global challenges mount, it's vital that industry leaders grasp the SDGs' relevance and influence on business dynamics. Each episode uniquely focuses on an SDG, offering insights from diverse Canadian experts, real-world examples, and practical solutions to align with these goals. With an emphasis on storytelling and impactful cas ...
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Humanitarian Engineering

Humanitarian Engineering Group

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In this podcast, the Humanitarian Engineering group of the University of Twente introduces humanitarian engineering actions and their importance to society. With the guests, they talk about initiatives that develop engineering solutions that promote the well-being and lives of people lacking access to fundamental resources.
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SDG Talks

Kevin Sofen & James Armour

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SDG Talks Podcast highlights Change Makers and their work around the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our passion is to highlight people and organizations that work towards the 17 goals that will transform the world into a more equitable place for everyone. Got a good story? Send us an email at sdgtalkspodcast@gmail.com or visit us at www.SDGTalksPodcast.com
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SDG Music Radio

Magnus 'Classical MG' Gautestad

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There’s a war in our churches between modern and traditional music, but the question is this: Can we creatively integrate the best of both worlds to bring the body of Christ together and glorify God more fully? Join us on this podcast as Christians from various stands share their voice in a joint effort to develop new creative arrangements and compositions that can enrich worship and empower evangelism. Through interviews with artists and church leaders and the host's own discoveries, learn ...
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This year, GRI is launching the second podcast series, building on our expertise in sustainability topics and SDG reporting, including the reporting tools mapping SDG targets to GRI disclosures as the basis. The new series will consist of 6 episodes with speakers, featuring business, civil society, international organizations, financial institutions and other organizations. The topics will cover human rights due diligence, agriculture and food, climate change, labour, and tax. The podcast is ...
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Welcome to the The Climate of Sport podcast! In our new "Ask Me Anything" series, we are getting you answers on anything sport, sustainability, climate change, biodiversity or environmental justice related. Guided by host Claire Poole and her global network of industry leaders, tune in each week for your source of information and informed optimism. Subscribe and download now! You can join the conversation by submitting your question to hello@theclimateofsport.com, our website www.sportpositi ...
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A weekly podcast that covers the range of topics within Environmental, Social, and Governance within ESG. The format is a 30 minute interview with leaders who promote, create, and manage ESG related activities.
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No Little Plans

Community Foundations of Canada

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In 2015, the United Nations challenged the world to meet 17 big goals that have one encompassing ambition: Leave no one behind. The Sustainable Development Goals are meant to improve the health of the planet and the lives of everyone on it. We have until 2030 to achieve them. This is No Little Plans, a podcast about the state of SDG progress in Canada, featuring many of the people who are doing the most to help this country succeed.
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Sustainable Saturdays

Sustainable Saturdays

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Sustainable Satudays for saudi global citizens is an initiative aimed to promote SDG activities in the kingdom and raise awareness by featuring guest speakers who have contributed to the implmentaion of the SDGs. Feel free to recommend guest speakers and share you experiences with us here for shoutouts. At Sustainable.Saturdays.2030@gmail.com
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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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Incongruent

The Incongruables

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Experimental podcast edited by Stephen King, senior lecturer in media at Middlesex University Dubai. Correspondence email: stevekingindxb@gmail.com or s.king@mdx.ac.ae.
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An experimental attempt at launching a podcast. This is a placeholder description for now. I intend to shape it up as time goes by and I get a better feel of the medium and kind of content as it shapes up. Mostly should be about simple things in life as seen by simple people (some of whom could be famous!) Cover art photo provided by Matt Botsford on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@mattbotsford
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Welcome to Nairobi talks: Voices Of Impact podcast. We are all about sustainable development, highlighting impact and celebrating milestones made by different stakeholders, SDG champions , social entrepreneurs and Advocates. On this podcast we will be hosting personalities representing different projects to share their stories of impact. We hope you will enjoy.Feel free to contact Leah, leahkigondu@nairobitalks.org, for comments, stories, feedback or if you'd love to featured.
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The Trusted Web Podcast

Sebastiaan van der Lans

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What if you could simply trust all information on the internet? I’m on the mission to build a Trusted Web for all of us on planet earth. Because to save the world, we need to fix the internet. With this special thing called blockchain timestamps; all content you consume will be transparent and accountable. Welcome to the new default on the internet. Thank you for being part of this journey and let’s build the Trusted Web together.
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For over two decades, the Group of Nations (aka CAT Company Inc.) has built an unparalleled reputation for producing and distributing publications and events that bridge the gap between government policy and the global business community. We started in 1997 with our first official print edition to memorialize the agenda of the G8 Summit in Denver, United States. Since then, our portfolio has evolved to include exclusive as well as official publications for the G20, B20, G20 YEA, and APEC sum ...
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We feature all the news from back home in the UK. Not the news you'd see on 'News At Ten', more the news you'd hear down your local pub! If you want a slice of Good Old Blighty delivered to your doorstep, this is very much for you! See our website for more detail at http://imissblighty.blogspot.com/
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GENDER HARD TALK (GHT)

Prince Eludire Isaac

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Have you ever wondered how Gender Inequality has affected the growth of a typical Africa nation? We look keenly into how gender imbalance has affected the societal orientation of a typical Africa child, we believe every African child has a story to tell as regard gender stereotype. A positive story shared, is a break on the wall of injustice. We host a guest interview every week to share there story and find a resolution for a better coexistence, you could hear it Hard from us, but truly the ...
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Patients at Risk

Rebekah Bernard MD and Niran Al-Agba MD

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Patients at Risk exposes the political maneuvering and corporate greed that has led to the replacement of physicians by lesser trained practitioners, including nurse practitioners and physician assistants. As corporations seek to save money and government agencies aim to increase constituent access, minimum qualifications for our nation’s healthcare guardians continue to decline—with deadly consequences. This is a story that has not yet been told, and one that has dangerous repercussions for ...
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The Line Life Podcast

Endeavor Business Media

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Whether you are on the road to a job site or storm restoration effort or relaxing after a long workday, you can listen to stories about storm restoration efforts, best practices in line work and the men and women in the line trade. You will also have the opportunity to share your comments on topics covered in the podcasts. We invite you to subscribe to the podcast today and become part of our Line Life community.
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About Sustainability…

Institute for Global Environmental Strategies

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About Sustainability… is a podcast presented by the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, featuring IGES staff and guests having in-depth discussions about sustainability-related topics. Each episode addresses a different topic of conversation -- be it an upcoming event, a debate of interest, or an interesting research finding. With the topic as a starting point, we see where the conversation takes us. We aim at a broad audience, so we avoid using jargon and try not to assume lots o ...
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17 Rooms

The Brookings Institution

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17 Rooms is a podcast about actions, insights, and community for the Sustainable Development Goals and the people driving them. The podcast is co-hosted by John McArthur, senior fellow and director of the Center for Sustainable Development at The Brookings Institution, and Zia Khan, senior vice president for innovation at The Rockefeller Foundation.
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South Dakota Gamer Podcast

Dave, Josh, Chad, and sometimes Isaac

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A gaming podcast from 3 regular guys. Chad from South Dakota, Josh from Indiana, and Dave from Texas. We discuss all the recent video game news and all that is happening in that world. We love games and hope you love listening to us talk about them.
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Plain Talk With Muzamil Maqbool is Kashmir's first own podcast on International Relations and Global Politics by Muzamil Maqbool. Muzamil is the first ever person to run a podcast from Kashmir mainly on International relations covering global politics from Warfare to Economy. He is the first kashmiri covered by national news as Joe Rogan of Kashmir and "First professional Podcaster from Kashmir". His guests vary from international activists and UN aid workers to politicians and student activ ...
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Next to headquarters in New York and Geneva, the UN has a campus in Bonn, Germany. Join 'Inside UN Bonn', a podcast hosted by Monja Sauvagerd (UNRIC/UN Bonn) and Leonie Beck (UNRIC) and celebrate the 25th anniversary of UN Bonn with us. The podcast will tell stories that haven’t been told before with guests representing the diversity of the work and people behind UN Bonn. We will interview UN Bonn staff members and affiliates who make the work of UN Bonn possible.
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Planet in Crisis

Scientists Warning Europe

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Conversations with scientists exploring science-based ways to protect the future of our planet, our children, and other creatures that share our World. We live on a planet in crisis. Scientists have warned us about the rapidly increasing dangers of climate change and destruction of the biosphere - specifically in the 1992, 2017 and 2019 World Scientists’ Warnings which were signed by 1,700; 15,000 and 11,000 scientists respectively when issued. Initial episodes of this podcast feature sessio ...
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Jason Mendoza, a journeyman lineworker for San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E), served in the military before pursuing a career in the line trade. After working for utilities in the Midwest, he and his family moved to California, where he is now on a transmission crew at SDG&E. Listen to this episode to hear his stories of working from a helicopter an…
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Tune in to Episode 5 of the SDG in Action Podcast with Elizabeth Dove and Tim Faveri, VP of Sustainability and Stakeholder Relations at Nutrien. Join us to explore sustainable food systems and their impact on advancing Goal 2 - Zero Hunger, Goal 6 - Clean Water and Sanitation, and Goal 13 - Climate Action, both in Canada and on a global scale. With…
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Arthur Smolensky, MD describes his experience creating a Small Democratic Group (SDG) to take over emergency department staffing from corporate contract management groups. https://www.linkedin.com/in/arthur-smolensky-719806/ PhysiciansForPatientProtection.orgBy Rebekah Bernard MD and Niran Al-Agba MD
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The world faces a significant challenge in ensuring food security for its growing population amidst the threats posed by climate change. The increasing reliance on a narrow selection of cultivated crops due to industrial agriculture is causing a concerning reduction in the genetic diversity of plants. This narrowing pool poses a risk to global food…
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For Part 1 of our new Problem Solvers series for the Line Life Podcast, we are highlighting Tim Barat, who worked as a sparky (electrician) before training to become a liney (lineworker) in Victoria, Melbourne, Australia. While working in the line trade in 2009, Tim experienced Black Saturday, a day he will never forget. Wildfires took the lives of…
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In this episode, Zikambiyani talks about her past experiences working with rural communities in Zambia, the challenges of co-designing with different community groups, and her reasons for starting a PhD project at the University of Twente on the topic of design for social justice in humanitarian engineering.…
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As part of Global Minnesota’s K-12 Education Programs, Academic WorldQuest engages the next generation of global leaders, preparing them to thrive in and actively shape their globally connected future. Students are challenged to think about the global and local implications of international events by answering a series of multiple choice questions …
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Over the last decade, as physicians have increasingly turned to employed practice to cope with declining reimbursement and increased administrative requirements, our role in advocacy has diminished. Doctors are afraid to speak out because we fear being fired and losing our livelihoods. But without physician advocacy, corporate interests, academic c…
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In the aftermath of a fatal tornado in Mayfield, Kentucky, Mayfield Electric & Water Systems navigated devastation and outages. By listening to this narrated version of an article, which is part of T&D World's In Case You Missed It series, General Superintendent Marty T. Ivy shares how his utility was able to swiftly respond after a tornado with wi…
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In this episode Alice and Andre talked to Simon about the United Nations Environment Assembly, also known as UNEA, which is the decision-making body of the United Nations Environment Programme. UNEA takes place in Nairobi every second year and it is always preceded by the so-called OECPR, which stands for the Open-ended Committee of Permanent Repre…
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⭐️ Thank you for listening! ➡️ Sign up for the newsletter: https://bit.ly/subscribeBCJS ➡️ Website: bookclubwithjeffreysachs.org 🎉 Don't forget to subscribe and share your favorite episode with your friends! 📣 Leave a rating and tell us what you thought about this episode!By Jeffrey Sachs
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Embark on an auditory odyssey with us as Stephen King and Mikhail Skornyakov uncover the melodic intricacies of forging a career in music, in our latest interview with professional saxophonist, composer and conductor, Maksim Mintcaev. Join us for a session resonating with insights, where every note is an invitation to explore the cadence of a creat…
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At Salt River Project, the transmission group strives to work smarter, not harder. After identifying tasks in pole maintenance and construction with room for improvement, JD Newham, transmission group supervisor for SRP, worked with LineWise, a product development company, to invent specialized tools to help the line crews improve productivity and …
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Global Minnesota offers a wide-range of programs in our mission to advance international understanding and engagement in Minnesota. Our efforts include major public events with international dignitaries, grassroots foreign policy discussion groups, K-12 education programs, international student outreach, and international Professional Exchanges. Ov…
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Milton Draper, a journeyman lineworker and foreman for Ameren Illinois, married into a family of lineworkers. After working in the construction industry, he has worked in the line trade for the last 15 years, and he currently runs a three-member crew with two apprentices. He also divides his time between his work in the field and mentoring the next…
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The world seems to be entering a renewed period of global instability. From ongoing and emerging conflicts around the world to the evolving dynamics of great power competition, how can we navigate a course through some of the most pressing issues facing the international community today? Hear an enlightening presentation featuring Fiona Hill, forme…
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How to learn to create an impact in underserved communities as students? Teodora Citia and Mariam Diarra talked about their BSc thesis and internship assignments they had carried on in Nepal and Madagascar. How to work with the communities from a socio-technical standpoint.By Humanitarian Engineering Group
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Ambassador Andrei Sannikov might be most well-known for his vocal criticism of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, but the exiled politician is also an accomplished author, human rights advocate, and negotiator. As a former Deputy Foreign Minister of Belarus, what insights can he provide on the strategic alliance between Belarus and Europe? …
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In today's episode, Teresa Camp-Rogers, MD, MS analyzes a study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, the journal of the American College of Physicians, entitled Inappropriate Prescribing to Older Patients by Nurse Practitioners and Primary Care Physicians The article, which seems to call for an expansion of unsupervised practice for NPs, c…
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The curtain rises on an enthralling discussion about theatre and acting in the UAE. With a special collab with Redbeat MDX and the arrival of Desiree Barreto to our team, we gain a deep insight into the creative minds of playwright Alex Broun and actor/producer Osman Aboubakr. Alex Broun: https://alexbroun.com/ Osman AbubakrL https://www.osmanaboub…
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In this ICYMI episode, three top journeyman teams share their tips, techniques and memories from years of competition at the International Lineman's Rodeo. The event, which will mark its 40th anniversary in 2024, gives lineworkers and their families the opportunity to come together to celebrate the line trade. Listen to this Line Life Podcast episo…
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The State Department has a growing number of career tracks and entry points for a variety of professionals. Diplomats in Residence are available to answer questions and share insight with those interested in joining the State Department. On this podcast episode, hear from the Diplomat in Residence for the Midwest region, Susan Falatko. She talks ab…
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In this episode, Magnus Gautestad and Greg Wilbur discuss the role of music in churches and how it can empower evangelism and worship. They delve into the importance of creating music that reflects God's attributes and how different styles can be integrated to unify the body of Christ. Greg emphasizes the pastoral role of music leaders and the need…
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Kris Onda, a fourth-step apprentice for CORE Electric Cooperative in Conifer, Colorado, is an International Lineman's Rodeo competitor and the first lineworker in his family. During this episode, he talks about focusing on wildfire mitigation and wildlife protection and servicing his cooperative's members living on cliffs up in the mountains. He al…
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Join Professors Jeffrey Sachs and an expert on religious conflict, Richard E. Rubenstein as they discuss Rubenstein’s book, Aristotle's Children: How Christians, Muslims, and Jews Rediscovered Ancient Wisdom and Illuminated the Middle Ages. Rubenstein skillfully guides us through the vivid controversies of the Middle Ages, making the philosophical …
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Three years ago, we aired a podcast criticizing Doctors' Day posts from hospitals and healthcare organizations that included non-physicians and referred to physicians as 'providers.' Fast-forward to today, and some organizations (but not all!) seem to have gotten the message. Happy Doctors' Day to all physicians - thank you for your sacrifice and d…
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Today we explore the role of technology in supporting environmental sustainability efforts in sport, and how it has to be in lockstep with behaviour change if we are to see real impact Thank you to the person who anonymously emailed this question. Shoutout to Jamie Farndale for his thoughts, taken from the recent Sustainability Huddle AI discussion…
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On this episode of About Sustainability…, Andre, Alice and Simon celebrate the contribution of an IGES legend, Mr Hideyuki Mori. Mori-san has been a leader at IGES for most of the institute’s history, following diverse experience at other institutions including the United Nations Environment Programme and Asian Development Bank. He retired last yea…
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The world's water challenges seem to be getting worse. Water scarcity has become acute in some parts of the world, while floods and storm surges occur with greater frequency in others. Businesses are watching closely to make sure their own water needs are met sustainably. Even the Land of 10,000 lakes has had challenges with overuse of groundwater …
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On January 31, Global Minnesota hosted our popular annual event, the U.S. Foreign Policy Update. In this event, Diplomat in Residence and retired career Foreign Service Officer Tom Hanson discussed the latest foreign policy developments, trends, and challenges facing the U.S. this year. His insightful and wide-ranging discussion included topics lik…
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This narrated version of the third article in the September 2023 T&D World Lineworker Supplement, "Powering Puerto Rico," explores how LUMA's lineworkers are building a next-generation electrical system to increase grid resiliency and reliability. The audio story is a follow-up to the two-part Line Life Podcast series featuring Dr. Shay Bahramirad,…
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Quant equity investing has enjoyed the resurgence of value since late 2020. Meanwhile, the quest for innovation in capturing returns continues unabated. Since the birth of quant investing, there’s been a steady rise in the number of factors that researchers claim can explain alpha. But it turns out that 15 factors are enough to capture most of the …
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Today we take a look at the role of recycling in sport and explore if recycling is truly worthwhile. What sport is doing to tackle all the waste from food and drink, packaging, materials, apparel, merchandise, signage, equipment, and overlay that it creates? Thank you to the individual who submitted this question anonymously. Send us the questions …
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Hear the insightful and popular annual U.S. Foreign Policy Update with Diplomat in Residence and career Foreign Service Officer, Tom Hanson. Tom explored and discussed the latest foreign policy developments, trends, and challenges facing the U.S. in the year ahead including the repercussions from the ongoing war in Ukraine, concerns facing China's …
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John Canion is an experienced nurse practitioner working within nursing for years to improve NP education. Frustrated with the lack of positive change from NP leadership, he penned the "2023 Report on Nurse Practitioner Education and the Need for Change," which outlines the current state of NP education and proposes solutions that harken back to th…
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In this episode, the Humanitarian Engineering group talked with Arash Kargar, a consultant and trainer with years of experience in capacity building for refugees in Jordan and Afghanistan He shared a few practical examples of why shifting focus from only supporting soft skills development to changing local community beliefs and identities can posit…
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This Line Life Podcast episode features two special women who have made their mark on the line trade. Susan Blaser, the lead line technician program coordinator at Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City, spent 21 years at Kansas City Power & Light (now Evergy) as a journeyman lineworker and in the training department before joining MCC 15 years…
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Today we highlight key elements to consider, from inventory, procurement, circularity, engaging your value chain, travel, community, legacy and learning from other industries to address: How do you invest in sustainability in temporary events? Thank you to the person who anonymously emailed this question and shout out to Kate Chapman, Head of Susta…
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1st & 15: Yea yea- Lady London(feat. Dreezy) Yeah Glo- Glorilla FTCU- Nicki Minaj Sunday Service- Latto FTCU- Latto(feat. Glorilla & Gangsta Boo) Pu**y Talk- City Girls, Doja Cat Put It On Da Floor Again- Latto, Cardi B B R Right- Trina (feat. Ludacris) This week the guys welcome back a fan favorite Yanchii as they delve into the worlds of S.D.E. (…
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An experiment with music podcasts. Here is a <10minute playlist of four songs I've been practicing this year: Anti-Hero by Taylor Swift Lift Me Up by Rihanna Flowers by Miley Cyrus Take My Hand by Lady Gaga Do let me know what you think. Arrangements and backing music from Hal Leonard, the world's largest sheet music publisher: https://www.halleona…
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For this In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) episode, we are featuring the second article in the 2023 Lineworker Supplement, "Training Women on the Line." This narrated article provides four strategies for electric utilities to attract, train and retain female lineworkers. It also gives tips for women to succeed in the line trade and reflects on the hist…
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Today we explore the scope and significance of investing in women as part of the Invest in Women: Accelerate Progress theme for International Women's Day 2024. From mentorship, supporting working mums, training, networking, leveraging powerful attributes, breaking barriers and grassroots investment - What does it mean to invest in women to accelera…
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Join Professor Jeffrey Sachs and political and media analyst Norman Solomon as they discuss Solomon’s important new book, War Made Invisible: How America Hides the Human Toll of Its Military Machine. Listen in as Solomon and Sachs explore the intricate interplay between the mainstream media and powerful political forces that promote America’s disas…
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Bedi Racule is a nuclear and climate justice advocate from the Pacific - hailing from the Marshall Islands and Pohnpei (Federated States of Micronesia). She began her advocacy journey with MISA4thePacific - a youth grassroots organization, sharing stories of nuclear testing in the Pacific with young people and communities around the world. Bedi cur…
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In 2022, Global Minnesota was delighted to host Fellows from the Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative (YLAI) to Minnesota as part of our Professional Exchanges Program. The YLAI program gathers emerging leaders from all across Latin America, the Caribbean, and Canada to advance their entrepreneurial ideas and effectively contribute to social an…
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John Canion is an experienced nurse practitioner working within nursing for years to improve NP education. Frustrated with the lack of positive change from NP leadership, he penned the "2023 Report on Nurse Practitioner Education and the Need for Change," which outlines the current state of NP education and proposes solutions that harken back to th…
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