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A weekly round up from the world's leading provider of news and analysis on the seafood, aquaculture and commercial fisheries sector. Find all our coverage at www.intrafish.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Welcome to the Business of Aquaculture podcast! This is the podcast for the sustainable business movement in the aquafarming and ocean ranching industries. This podcast aims to amplify the voices of entrepreneurs addressing the UN Global Goals aka Sustainable Development Goal - SDG14 - to conserve and sustainably use the oceans and the seas. Listen in to fellow business aquaculturists in their journey in this new model of food production of making their business sustainable and help the ocea ...
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Aquademia: The Seafood Podcast

Shaun O'Loughlin, Justin Grant, Maddie Cassidy

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Hosted by Global Seafood Alliance’s Justin Grant and Maddie Cassidy, Aquademia is your go-to podcast for a fresh take on all things seafood. The podcast aims to educate consumers and industry professionals on how seafood is connected with the issues facing our planet, what consumers can do to help, and arm them with the knowledge to make better seafood choices! Each episode will feature interviews from professionals of many disciplines to demonstrate how deeply seafood is connected with our ...
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The Oyster Ninja Podcast spotlights people in the aquaculture, climate change, and sustainable field that you may not know about. As a professional oyster shucker Gardner Douglas has the inside scoop on the food scene.
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Revolution Health Radio debunks mainstream myths on nutrition and health and delivers cutting-edge, yet practical information on how to prevent and reverse disease naturally. This show is brought to you by Chris Kresser, health detective and creator of chriskresser.com.
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Come Rain or Shine

USDA Southwest Climate Hub & DOI Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center

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Collaborative product of the USDA Southwest Climate Hub and the DOI Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center. We highlight stories to share the most recent advances in climate science, weather and climate adaptation, and innovative practices to support resilient landscapes and communities. We believe that sharing forward thinking and creative climate science and adaptation will strengthen our collective ability to respond to even the most challenging impacts of climate change in one of th ...
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The Green Fish Blue Oceans podcast helps you become a sustainable seafood shopper while you learn about seafood and the oceans, in thirty-minute episodes. This fun, educational, bi-weekly show tackles sustainable seafood, aquaculture, and ocean challenges, from shopping and cooking tips to easy-to-prepare recipes and seafood traceability. Don’t just eat seafood, eat seafood that is good for you and the oceans with Green Fish Blue Oceans podcast.
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scigest - Plant & Food Research podcast

The New Zealand Institute for Plant & Food Research Limited

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Welcome to scigest - podcast-sized servings of digestible science from the world of Plant & Food Research! Scigest is a podcast channel hosted by scientists at Plant & Food Research in New Zealand who are passionate about communicating their science to New Zealanders and the world, as well as helping science students in their journey to a science career. Our scientists are at the heart of food production, supply and security, contributing to human health and wellbeing as well as social and e ...
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The Hoosier Ag Today Podcast Network includes all your favorite Indiana agriculture podcasts, including the HAT Daily Podcast, the Purdue Crop Chat with Dan 'Corn' Quinn and 'Soybean Shaun' Casteel, the HAT Soil Health Podcast, and more!
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Ctrl-Alt-Meat

Jeremy Coller Foundation

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The global food system is facing unparalleled challenges and changes. So how can we reset for a better, more sustainable future? Introducing control alt meat, the weekly podcast that explores the issues transforming the global food business. Join us as we speak to the innovators and investors, policymakers, product developers, scientists, and chefs who are all on the frontline reshaping the future of our food.
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Agbioscience

AgriNovus Indiana

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This weekly podcast dives into the agbioscience sector, where agriculture, life sciences innovation and cutting-edge technology converge. Agbioscience is an in-depth conversation with leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs across food, animal health. plant science and agtech. Learn more about industry innovation and where it's heading from those leading the way.
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Our Shared Ocean Podcast

Our Shared Ocean Programme

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The Our Shared Ocean podcast brings you stories of lived experience from across the world as part of Ireland's response to the environmental and economic challenges facing many Small Island Developing States. These proud island nations are on the frontline in tackling climate change issues and are supported by Ireland in this critical battle by the Our Shared Ocean Programme, a funding initiative by the Government of Ireland delivered by Irish Aid and the Marine Institute.
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Upwell, a podcast from Only One featuring weekly interviews with entrepreneurs, advocates, and leaders working to protect and restore the ocean and the planet. See the full show notes at www.only.one/upwell
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*Update - Jan 2023 You may have noticed The Imposter has been on a bit of an unofficial hiatus. Some major life events have meant the podcast has had to take a back seat for a bit. Fortunately, there will be more free time coming up in the near future so get ready for some exciting new 'sodes. #GoodNewsEveryone Big Truss Internerds, 'Tis I, your graciously humble host, Amir. Proud graduate of Hampshire College and Plymouth University, lover of cheese, mayor of Dragon Town, slayer of grammar ...
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Rising Tide Summit Podcast

Vipe Desai | Entrepreneur & Philanthropist and CEO and Founder at HDX Hydration Mix

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The Rising Tide Summit brings together thinkers and innovators to find rapid solutions for the host of issues facing our ocean. The general theme emerging from the summit included the need to mobilize and organize for our ocean. From the threat of single-use plastic to working with businesses, both small and large, bringing together entrepreneurs, industry influencers and corporate partners will help to accelerate adoption of transformative technology, drive market growth and profitable coll ...
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Innovation in the agbiosciences is foundational to life – and it’s only accelerating. From biotech to production, food is transforming; and today’s guest is leading the charge on a new way of producing protein. Daniel Russek, CEO of Atarraya, joins us to talk the idea of sustainability, what it actually is and thinking long-term to achieve meaningf…
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Innovation in the agbiosciences is foundational to life – and it’s only accelerating. From biotech to production, food is transforming; and today’s guest is leading the charge on a new way of producing protein. Daniel Russek, CEO of Atarraya, joins us to talk the idea of sustainability, what it actually is and thinking long-term to achieve meaningf…
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The Our Shared Ocean podcast makes its first trip to the Caribbean Sea, home to 26 Small Island Developing States, to find out about the work of the National Fisheries Authority in Jamaica and how Iceland and Ireland are playing a part in the growth and development of the Jamaican Aquaculture Industry. Leanne Bennett, a proud Jamaican, Acting Senio…
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In this episode, we have the Sr.Director | Ancillary Services of Simon Fraser University, Sid Mehta. He shared with us: The scope of Ancillary Services within your organization, and how his role as Senior Director influences these services. Given the evolving landscape of the food industry, the challenges he foresees in maintaining sustainable and …
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In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris Kresser speaks with James Arthur Smith, founder of Seatopia and a pioneer in sustainable aquaculture. James shares his journey from an ocean enthusiast to an innovator in Aquaculture 3.0, emphasizing the transformation of seafood farming practices for better health and environmental sustainability. …
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Early identification of diseases in animals is critical to the future of the food system, national security and our ability to care for our pets. One company is harnessing the power of biology to accelerate identification and joined us from the Agbioscience Podcast Corner at the Animal Health, Nutrition, Innovation and Technology Conference in Bost…
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Early identification of diseases in animals is critical to the future of the food system, national security and our ability to care for our pets. One company is harnessing the power of biology to accelerate identification and joined us from the Agbioscience Podcast Corner at the Animal Health, Nutrition, Innovation and Technology Conference in Bost…
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On the HAT Podcast Eric Pfeiffer has the news including an Indiana crop update right from the farm and EPA is being sued and couple of ag groups are a part of that. HAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin says expect a lot of heat throughout the week and possible pop up storms, and the Friday grain and oilseed markets sold off. Andy Eubank has settleme…
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On this edition of Hoosier Ag This Week: Henry County farmer Matthew Chapman chats with Eric Pfeiffer about crop progress so far throughout East-central Indiana. Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin says we’ll be dealing with a lot of heat, humidity, and dry weather over the next seven-to-ten days. Plus, Brian Basting with Advance Trading reviews the gr…
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On the HAT Podcast on Flag Day, Eric Pfeiffer and Sabrina Halvorson have the news including managing strategic risk in your farm business and making healthy food more accessible and affordable. HAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin says rains could linger today but a mostly nice day before more hot air returns, and the Thursday grain and oilseed mark…
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Nucleic Sensing Systems CEO, Ed Rudberg is back on the show to give us an update on the technology that they are working on in aquaculture technology like environmental DNA, RNA, biochemistry and a lot more! Share with us your biggest takeaway :) Enjoy!By Lourdes Gant
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On the HAT Podcast Eric Pfeiffer and C.J. Miller have the news including a farm bill update as we hear from Senate Republicans, and House Republicans are proposing cuts the Administration outlined for USDA. It is hot and dry and HAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin has details, and the Wednesday grain markets were mixed, only corn was higher after t…
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On the HAT Podcast Eric Pfeiffer and C.J. Miller have the news including Brazilian soybeans possibly becoming less price competitive in the future and how to improve the long term resiliency of your farm. HAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin says plenty of sunny, warm and dry weather for Indiana, and the Tuesday grain markets were mixed. Andy Eubank…
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On the HAT Podcast Eric Pfeiffer and Sabrina Halvorson have the news including a Prop 12 update and an Indiana company that has a different view than California and will there be changes with a new president of Mexico. HAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin explains when the cool weather turns really hot, and the Monday corn and soybean markets posted…
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We’ve got vines already starting to grow and ragweed up to the interns’ armpits! How much money are we supposed to spend on this? Special guest Glenn Longabaugh is in the house today! He joins hosts Ryan Priest and Sal Sama back in the podcast room for today’s episode of The High Ground powered by Premier Companies. You don’t have to be around the …
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On the HAT Podcast Eric Pfeiffer and C.J. Miller have the news including an Indiana state program that has benefits like reduced property taxes on woodlands and the continuing move to keep AM radio in vehicles. HAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin has a cool start to the week in Indiana before a warmup, and the Friday corn, soybean and wheat markets…
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On this edition of Hoosier Ag This Week: Now that Mexico has elected Claudia Sheinbaum as their new president, many ag leaders are hopeful that she will make some decisions to strengthen their ag trade relationship with the U.S. One of those ag leaders is Ted McKinney, who says he is optimistic that Sheinbaum will overturn Mexico’s ban on imports o…
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On the HAT Podcast Eric Pfeiffer and C.J. Miller have the news including a Hoosier in the poultry industry on an EPA subcommittee and multiple benefits from a corn herbicide. HAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin has a mostly dry Indiana forecast, and the Thursday corn and soybean markets posted some nice gains. Andy Eubank has settlements and analys…
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New technologies are essential in helping scientists and growers combat vine diseases in vineyards. This week, podcaster and data scientist Tom Moore interviews vine doctor Dion Mundy about his latest research on plant disease monitoring, disease identification, and modelling for future climate changes. Dion was one of our first interviews on Scige…
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On today's #HATPodcast made possible by First Farmer's Bank & Trust: Southern Indiana wheat growers could be looking at an early cutting and early double crop soybean planting, a "decent" Indiana Farm Forecast from Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin, and market analyst Tom Fritz explains why soybean futures couldn't hold on to late gains on Wednesday.…
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Dr. Julian Reyes joins us to talk about climate services at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. Julian shares how his work involves uplifting climate services across the entire federal family and finding synergies across federal agencies to maximize benefits to society. Note: at the time of this recording, Dr. Julian Reyes held…
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On the HAT Podcast C.J. Miller and Sabrina Halvorson have the news including catching up with the Indiana FFA state president as the state convention approaches and the challenges ahead for farm labor. HAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin has plenty of rain in the state today, and the Tuesday grain and oilseed markets sold off yet again. Andy Eubank…
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Purdue Crop Chat is a regular podcast from Hoosier Ag Today and the Purdue University Extension Service, featuring Purdue Extension soybean specialist Dr. Shaun Casteel and Extension Corn Specialist Dr. Dan Quinn. On this episode, Shaun and Dan discuss the weather- how it’s been frustrating for those still waiting to finish planting and how great i…
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On the HAT Podcast Eric Pfeiffer and C.J. Miller have the news including the AgriNovus Field Atlas explained and planting is still not over in Indiana. HAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin predicts a mostly dry day before much of the state gets rain tomorrow, and the Monday grain and oilseed markets again moved lower. Andy Eubank has settlements and…
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If you’ve ever wondered how Mario Andretti is connected to soybeans or where the money that gets sent to the checkoff programs goes, this is the episode for you! Special guest and “accidental aggie,” Courtney Kingery joins hosts Sal Sama and Ryan Priest in the podcast room for this episode of The High Ground powered by Premier Companies. Courtney i…
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Labor remains one of the greatest challenges facing the economy. Solinftec is addressing the problem with autonomy and artificial intelligence focused on improving crop performance. Today we are joined by their Chief Global Strategy Officer, Leo Carvalho, to talk accelerating in a crowded market and creating a value proposition for farmers. Leo get…
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Labor remains one of the greatest challenges facing the economy. Solinftec is addressing the problem with autonomy and artificial intelligence focused on improving crop performance. Today we are joined by their Chief Global Strategy Officer, Leo Carvalho, to talk accelerating in a crowded market and creating a value proposition for farmers. Leo get…
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On the HAT Podcast C.J. Miller and Sabrina Halvorson have the news including new digital platform called Make Hay and an update on lower ag exports. HAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin has a drier week for Indiana weather, but not totally dry, and the Friday ag markets sold off. Andy Eubank has settlements and analyst Karl Setzer explains the back …
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On this edition of Hoosier Ag This Week: Eric Pfeiffer reports how the EPA may be looking to “revolutionize” farming—but not in a good way! You’ll hear how their Herbicide Strategies that comply with The Endangered Species Act may ultimately cost farmers across the U.S. billions of dollars! Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin says we’ll likely be seein…
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On the HAT Podcast Eric Pfeiffer and Sabrina Halvorson have the news including the new planting weather forecast and USDA is headed on a trade mission to Vietnam. HAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin says the great finish to work week weather is coming to an end as rains come back in, and the Thursday ag markets were weak across the board. Andy Euba…
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On the HAT Podcast Eric Pfeiffer and Andy Eubank have the news including the EPA proposed herbicide strategy that would be quite burdensome for farmers and a crop update from north-central Indiana. HAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin has drier weather the next couple of days, and the Wednesday ag markets sold off. Analyst Arlan Suderman explains on…
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On the HAT Podcast Eric Pfeiffer and C.J. Miller have the news including the importance of hosting overseas soybean buyers on Indiana farms and looking at black cutworm incidence this year. HAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin has a mix of conditions but some better weather is coming, and the Tuesday ag markets were mixed with only wheat moving high…
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American Soybean Association Director of Government Affairs Kyle Kunkler says the new Herbicide Strategy from the Environmental Protection Agency to comply with the Endangered Species Act could "revolutionize" the farming industry and not in a good way. It could cost farmers significant amounts of money if it were implemented tomorrow. The good new…
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It’s May in Indiana and major headlines abound as The Greatest Spectacle in Racing coupled with the Global Economic Summit (GES) put the state on the world’s stage – for racing spectators and innovators alike. Today, Mitch Frazier and Cayla Chiddister recap the month including major news in the agbiosciences from Elanco, Purdue, Elevate Ventures an…
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It’s May in Indiana and major headlines abound as The Greatest Spectacle in Racing coupled with the Global Economic Summit (GES) put the state on the world’s stage – for racing spectators and innovators alike. Today, Mitch Frazier and Cayla Chiddister recap the month including major news in the agbiosciences from Elanco, Purdue, Elevate Ventures an…
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On the HAT Podcast Eric Pfeiffer and Sabrina Halvorson have the news including the milk and the 2-time Indy 500 champion, and a new bill addressing digital commodities. HAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin has lingering clouds and maybe some northern Indiana rains today, and we have a look back at Friday when the ag markets last traded and what to l…
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How do answer plots help farmers choose the best products for their land? An old friend but new guest, Kyle Pearson, who was rained out from planting today, joins hosts Sal Sama and Ryan Priest in the podcast room for today’s episode of The High Ground powered by Premier Companies. Kyle is the Answer Plot Senior Research Manager for WinField United…
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The year 2024 is where AI moves from hype to help in agbioscience. Today’s guest is bringing that prediction to animal health. Ben Allen, CEO of BinSentry, joins us to talk the biggest challenge facing animal producers; one that can be controlled? Feed. Specifically, how do you get the right feed to the right place at the right time? With feed as a…
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The year 2024 is where AI moves from hype to help in agbioscience. Today’s guest is bringing that prediction to animal health. Ben Allen, CEO of BinSentry, joins us to talk the biggest challenge facing animal producers; one that can be controlled? Feed. Specifically, how do you get the right feed to the right place at the right time? With feed as a…
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On the HAT Podcast C.J. Miller and Sabrina Halvorson have the news including advancement of the house version of the farm bill and how to avoid outdoor grilling mistakes. HAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin has a mix of clouds of sunshine but no Memorial Day rains, and the ag markets were mixed Friday with more gains in soybeans. Andy Eubank has cl…
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