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Influential women share their own glass ceiling stories and personal reflections. Guests discuss how they became civically engaged, impacted politics and society, make connections to women who came before them, and examine the challenges that still persist for women today. Visit wbdc.org for more information
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Explore the jungle! Jungle Deep is the podcast for people who love tropical plants, exotic animals, enchanted places, island music and Tiki culture. People who share their experiences of the jungle. People who care to help preserve the tropical rain forests and people who dare to celebrate their feeling of a deep connection to nature. Jungle Deep is for you! I am not that now-famous Dr. Jones of the movies. No, that's not me. You see, Indie is my brother. And just as Indiana so much apprecia ...
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More women- and minority-owned businesses means more economic and political equality and the advancement of women. Join US Representative Angie Craig, Beth Leonard (Managing Partner, Lurie, LLP), and Lili Hall (CEO, KNOCK, inc.) with moderator Melody Span Cooper (Chairperson, Midway Broadcasting Corporation) for a discussion on how engagements in p…
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Equity and access to education are critical in creating a pathway to social, political, and economic mobility for women and communities of color. Join guests Arne Duncan (former Secretary of Education), Joan Gabel (President of the University of Minnesota), and Juan Salgado, (Chancellor, City Colleges of Chicago) with host Laura Bloomberg (Dean of …
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Women are trailblazing their unique pathways to leadership, shattering the glass ceiling and creating legacies within their organizations and communities. Wendy Doyle (President & CEO, Women’s Foundation), Cassandra Sanford (Co-Founder/CEO, Kelly Mitchell), and Kathryn Graves Unger (Vice President, North America Government Relations, Cargill) join …
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Female leaders in the corner office are the catalyst for driving women’s civic and economic empowerment both inside their organizations, as well as within their communities. Join guests Joanna Sobran (Founder & CEO, MXOtech) and Stephanie Hickman (President/CEO, Trice Construction), with moderator Ellen Sherberg (Special Advisor to American City Bu…
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Listen in as our moderator, Melody Spann Cooper (Chairperson, Midway Broadcasting Company) interviews Illinois Senator Tammy Duckworth on the importance of women in leadership and how civic and economic empowerment can help level the playing field. ©MMXX WBDC.orgBy The Women’s Business Development Center - WBDC.org
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Guests will include former White House Administrators, Current high-profile politicians, and a lot more. Make Your Mark - Breaking the Glass Ceiling - Women, Voting, and Equality. A Podcast Series Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Woman’s Right to Vote and the 19th Amendment. Presented by the Women's Business Development Center, a National…
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How do camera traps work? How has poaching changed over time? How many tigers are left in the wild? What is the greatest need for saving tigers from extinction? Science and nature writer, Sharon Guynup, and National Geographic photographer, Steve Winter, answer these and many more questions about nature's greatest, most beautiful, and endangered pr…
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Over 2 MILLION views on YouTube and a standing ovation on Britain’s Got Talent represents an unprecedented success for 7 year old Wildlife Poet Olivia. What other conservationist has delivered their message to so many and looked so charming doing it? Olivia Binfield is a conservation hero in my eyes, and I think you will think so, too. Today we get…
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When you want information about the tropical rain forest, maybe diverse information like, the effects of rainforest destruction on climate change, the mining practices for gold in Brazil, the breeding behavior of jaguars, or of the use of drones in monitoring wildlife in Borneo - where would you go? Online, for sure - but to which website? Well, te…
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Today we meet the amazing DeWet Du Toit. He is the one I call, the Real African Tarzan! That's because he does live in Africa, and much of the time he lives as Tarzan lived - in the jungles, climbing trees, diving off waterfalls, and cavorting with elephants and pythons. This Tarzan is complete with gorgeous muscles, a stylish loincloth, and a love…
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Hello, and welcome. We are going to talk with our Field Correspondent, Stephanie Arne from the Honolulu Zoo about Sloths. If you were lucky enough to spot one in the trees of the South American rain forest, it would look like a stringy clump of moss and algae in the branches overhead. It wouldn't seem to move, because they move so slowly. And becau…
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Now we get to have a conversation with the one I call, a Rock Star of conservation, the Orangutan's best friend - Allie Boyer. She is a 14 year old who cares about wildlife and decided to DO something about species extinction. Allie has raised thousands of dollars to help save Orangutans! I consider Allie, and her mom, Pam, to be inspirations for a…
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So what did happen in 2012? As a fan of Jungle Deep, you will know that we had an Earth Summit this summer. But there were several other important conferences this year, too. We will hear about:- The IUCN Congress - the International Union for Conservation of Nature get-together about species conservation which took place in South Korea in Septembe…
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This is Part 2 of our conversation with character actor and star of the 1959 Hollywood movie, Tarzan, the Ape Man, Denny Miller! In part 1 we got to hear about Denny's early experiences in Hollywood and playing the part of Tarzan. We heard that the Asian Elephants used in the movie had to wear rubber ears to look like African Elephants, that riding…
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How many of us would love to make a living exploring exotic places while starring on our own television adventure show with a huge audience? That is the possibility for these three contestants: Stephanie Arne, Thiago Bahia, and Reggie Busse. We explore what it is like to compete for a spot as a host of a famous and popular wildlife TV show. Mutual …
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This is a particularly fun and funny episode today. We are going to get the inside scoop about what it is like to be a Hollywood Tarzan, through our conversation with actor Denny Miller. Move over Spock! Did you know that the elephants in the Tarzan movies were the first to wear ear appliances? Did you know that Tarzan used a ladder to get on top o…
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To the uninitiated it can be amazing to learn about just how many items we use and enjoy on a daily basis that come from the tropics. Our field correspondent Kelly Patterson is reporting in today about another favorite that some of us would hate to have to do without, and that is Coffee. Where did it come from originally? How much coffee is produce…
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We have our field correspondent Stephanie Arne, from the Honolulu Zoo, with us today to talk to us about a gorgeous, and extremely rare little primate from the rain forests of Brazil, called the Golden Lion Tamarin. They once roamed the vast forest that stretched from the Atlantic coast to the lnland mountain range of Serra do Mar. They are highly …
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We are going to meet an impressive young man today, Mickey Mittermeier. Mick is a 20 year old college student who has already traveled to 64 countries(!) and mostly to tropical regions in pursuit of endangered exotic animals - special places known as Biodiversity Hotspots. These safaris included Australia, Indonesia, Estonia, Finland, Surinam, East…
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Evolutionary biologist and President David Seaborg, of the World Rainforest Fund, joins us for a conversation about some details of the benefits of healthy tropical rain forests and the costs of rainforest destruction. We discuss the role of climate change, the impact on biodiversity, and ways forward to preserve rain forests. Questions or Comments…
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Evolutionary biologist and President David Seaborg, of the World Rainforest Fund, joins us for a conversation about some details of the benefits of healthy tropical rain forests and the costs of rainforest destruction. We discuss the role of climate change, the impact on biodiversity, and ways forward to preserve rain forests. Questions or Comments…
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Our Field Correspondent, Stephanie Arne, from the Honolulu Zoo, joins us for a conversation about Sumatran Tigers. These large, beautiful carnivores exist at the top of the food chain. The island of Sumatra is the only place where tigers, rhinos, orangutans and elephants live together and the presence of the Sumatran tiger is an important indicator…
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Today's conversation is with the man at the center of an absolutely huge website about the originator of the Tarzan character, Edgar Rice Burroughs. The creator and webmaster of this site is Bill Hillman. Bill is a professor, a musician, an expert on all things Tarzan, and an all-around great guy. His site is called erbzine.com. Bill took some time…
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Let's explore Volunteer Tourism in the tropical rain forests. For those that don't know, that's when you volunteer to work for free on your vacation for some non-profit in a far-away dangerous corner of a jungle in the middle of nowhere! Why would you do that? That's adventure, baby! Today we are going to have a conversation with a young man, 24 ye…
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Kelly Patterson, our exclusive field correspondent for Food & Drink reports on Bananas and Rick Schwartz, Senior Keeper and Global Ambassador for the San Diego Zoo discusses zoo history and organization. Further, we discuss the state of rain forest destruction and preservation efforts throughout the world. Questions or Comments? Send them to: ken@p…
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Hello, this is your host, Dr. Jones. Thank you for joining me. I have a real treat for you today. Just a couple of episodes back, I commented on the fact that a prominent conservationist and life-long rainforest expert, and president of Conservation International, commented online about the importance of the influence of Tarzan in his choice of car…
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Take a look inside the company charged with protecting and promoting the Tarzan character, Edgar Rice Burroughs Inc. President Jim Sullos, discusses copyrights and trademarks, Tarzan events, books, comics, and movies. Learn about what is coming up in the world of Tarzan. Tarzan the Eco-Warrior? Jane with an iPod? Little known story and character po…
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Dr. Jones continues his discussion with Stephanie Arne, our zoo and wildlife Field Corespondent, of Orangutans at the Honolulu Zoo, Rusti and Violet. Also, Kelly Patterson, our exclusive exotic food and drink correspondent, reports on chocolate, with recipes, including a cocktail she invented, 'Tarzan's Love Call' Questions or Comments? Send them t…
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Stephanie Arne from the Honolulu Zoo discusses general aspects of Orangutans in the wilds of Borneo and Sumatra, their diet, habitat, and behaviors. Also discussion with Dr. Jones about causes of rainforest destruction in their part of the world and what we can do about it. Questions or Comments? Send them to: ken@petliferadio.com More details on t…
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Dr. Jones reviews recent activities for the Tarzan Centennial celebrations, including the guest of honor, Jane Goodall. Upcoming guests include: TV and Hollywood movie Tarzans, and Tree Walkers International to discuss world-wide amphibian extinctions. In honor of Tarzan's anniversary, Dr. Jones offers a selection of African music. Questions or Com…
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Dr. Jones explores the world of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes. Tarzan is the most famous character associated with the jungle. He was the creation of the famous adventure author, Edgar Rice Burroughs. Not counting all the books, nearly 90 movies and 6 TV shows have been produced about Tarzan in the nearly 100 years since he first appeared on the silver …
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Actress Kelly Patterson has established herself online as the queen of party planning, party food and cocktails for the Tiki crowd. Her internet TV show is called the Velveteen Lounge Kitsch-en produced together with her videographer husband, Paul Spencer. Kelly brings to mind the comedienne Carol Burnett, and mixes together a fun and funny look at…
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Veteran podcaster, webmaster, and musician Mark Riddle, known online as DigiTiki, and known on-stage as Marty Lush, visits Jungle Deep to help us explore the world of Tiki music. Mark performs regularly as a member of the Tikiyaki Orchestra as vibraphonist, has several albums with the orchestra, and has appeared on other albums. He has produced nea…
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Rain forest destruction increases Climate Change. Listen to Dr. Jones' thoughts on the evolution of modern concerns about environmental issues, and our current Recession of Environmental Consciousness. Questions or Comments? Send them to: ken@petliferadio.com More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Jungle Deep - Climate Change, Earth Summit on P…
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In this introductory episode of the series, we review the importance of the jungle through history and take a look at its importance in today’s world. Questions or Comments? Send them to: ken@petliferadio.com More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Jungle Deep - Introduction on Pet Life Radio Mevio {Mevio-cf5d06a62c3bde37f439ead03ff48d56}…
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