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The Arctic Circle is the largest international platform for dialogue on the Arctic. This Podcast showcases its collection of inspiring and informative speeches, sessions and dialogues. Speakers include heads of states and governments, ministers, members of parliaments, experts, scientists, entrepreneurs, business leaders, indigenous representatives, environmentalists, students, activists and others from the growing international community interested in the future of the Arctic and the future ...
 
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CSIS is renowned as the leading center of Arctic research in Washington. Through research projects and analyses, it has produced countless reports and hosted senior level discussions with Canadian, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, and U.S. officials on political, economic, and social development trends in the Arctic and their importance for the United States, Europe, and the transatlantic relationship. Its efforts have increased public debate on and awareness of Arctic issues among policymakers a ...
 
Challenge Accepted is a cybersecurity podcast from Arctic Wolf that has informative and insightful discussions around the real-world challenges organizations face on their security journey. Hosted by Arctic Wolf’s VP of Strategy Ian McShane and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Adam Marrè, the duo will draw upon their years of security operations experience to share their thoughts and opinions on issues facing today’s security leaders.
 
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CSIS is renowned as the leading center of Arctic research in Washington. Through research projects and analyses, it has produced countless reports and hosted senior level discussions with Canadian, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, and U.S. officials on political, economic, and social development trends in the Arctic and their importance for the United States, Europe, and the transatlantic relationship. Its efforts have increased public debate on and awareness of Arctic issues among policymakers a ...
 
Keep up with the latest scientific developments and breakthroughs in this award winning weekly podcast from the team at New Scientist, the world’s most popular weekly science and technology magazine. Each discussion centers around three of the most fascinating stories to hit the headlines each week. From technology, to space, health and the environment, we share all the information you need to keep pace. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Alaska’s only statewide call-in forum for discussing the issues impacting life on the Last Frontier. Politics, science, culture and current events are covered by host Lori Townsend and members of the Alaska Public Media news team along with guests and callers.
 
Bletchley Park is the home of British codebreaking and a birthplace of modern information technology. It played a major role in World War Two, producing secret intelligence which had a direct and profound influence on the outcome of the conflict. The site is now a museum and heritage attraction, open daily. The Bletchley Park Podcast brings you fascinating stories from Veterans, staff and volunteers on the significance and continued relevance of this site today.
 
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?" podcast is a production of the Aquatic Biosphere Project. The podcast is produced and hosted by David Evans (P. Biol), the Project's Director of Conserv ...
 
Hundreds of thousands of researchers around the world are working to improve life and address imminent threats to humanity. Often, the research ends up in the “Scientific valley of death” in the form of publications and patents that never see the light of the day. Welcome to “Lab to Startup” a podcast aimed at showcasing the effort needed to translate lab research to startups. The show has two main goals: 1. Sharing the stories of those scientists and engineers who have successfully founded ...
 
"The Defence Café is the security and defence podcast of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom in Brussels (FNF Europe). As European states are confronted with a host of security challenges, they are prompted more than ever to cooperate. This, however, requires trust and compassion, because the world looks different from Estonia than it looks from Spain. For deeper cooperation to occur, deeper communication is needed first. And for deeper communication to be successful, a good cup of ...
 
Marine technology is not about ships and shipbuilding, but about the technology that is used to explore the oceans, protect them and use them sustainably.Please consider the harsh conditions the marine technology is exposed to in the sea. The sea is often a very inaccessible habitat with strong currents and aggressive salt water. The deeper you get, the higher the water pressure becomes, people and equipment have to be able to withstand this. Wind and waves make the work even more difficult, ...
 
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In this episode we listen to H.E. Alar Karis, President of Estonia speak on the escalation of climate change, the role of Estonia in the Arctic and how hard security is affecting region. The speech is followed by a Q&A from the audience, moderated by Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, Chairman of the Arctic Circle and former President of Iceland. This event o…
 
In this episode, Sappho Gilbert, a doctoral candidate at Yale University School of Public Health, discusses her NIEHS-funded project to better understand how climate change and other environmental factors are altering food security and nutrition among Inuit communities in the Canadian Arctic.By NIEHS Partnerships for Environmental Public Health
 
Once declared “brain-dead” by Emmanuel Macron, NATO has been rejuvenated by the conflict in Ukraine. In this special episode, Andrew Mueller speaks to General Philip Breedlove, NATO’s former Supreme Allied Commander Europe, and General Sir Richard Shirreff, NATO’s former Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe. See omnystudio.com/listener for privac…
 
Although the Arctic Council has remained on pause since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, multilateral interactions and diplomatic activity among senior Arctic officials (excluding representatives of Russia) has by no means come to a complete stop. Meanwhile, some stakeholders, particularly the Permanent Participant indigenous peoples’ organizations in…
 
The southwestern US is currently in the midst of a megadrought - the worst in 1200 years. And it has put the Colorado River in crisis, an essential source of water for more than 40 million people. Can it be saved? Chelsea Whyte investigates. The team unveils the fun new names that have been chosen to define incomprehensibly massive and incredibly t…
 
In this episode, our two hosts talk to Anthony Aykut, co-founder of vxIntel. vxIntel’s Malware Intelligence Platform currently analyzes over 500,000 files each day and over 10 terabytes of data each month from over 100 global data sources. The massive scale of their platform helped them to create one of the largest malware databases in the world an…
 
In this episode we listen H.E. Joseph Borell, EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy and Charlina Vitcheva, Director-General, Directorate General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries at the European Commission introduce the EU Arctic Policy. This event originally took place at the 2022 Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavík, Iceland.…
 
When you say the name Laci Peterson many of us conjure up the sweet smiling face of a woman, who was eight months pregnant, glowing with excitement for the imminent birth of her son Conner. That image is juxtaposed with the terrible knowledge that before Laci could hold her baby in her arms, she was brutally murdered. Both Laci and Conner's bodies …
 
This week’s episode features the Thought Leadership panel at the Global Mining Symposium, featuring Jean-Marie Clouet, Corporate Director, Investor Relations, Agnico Eagle Mines; Stephen Crozier, Vice President, Sustainability, Noront Resources; Kevin D’Souza, Chief Sustainability Officer, Resource Capital Funds; Pierre Gratton, President and CEO, …
 
Zenobia Godschalk has worked closely with many cybersecurity companies over the years as the founder of ZAG Communications, a PR and marketing firm serving technology companies, and is now SVP of Communications for Hedera. She also does a lot of philanthropic work in the technology space. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/zenobiaaustingodschalk…
 
By Zsófia Wolford The Arctic is warming at least four times faster than the rest of the globe, opening up new trade routes and making natural resources more accessible to Arctic states. Changes driven by climate change, and regional competition and militarization have increased over the past decade, with Russia being a dominant player in … Continue…
 
Links 1. “Russia in the Arctic: Gauging How Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Will Alter Regional Dynamics,”by Andrea Kendall-Taylor et al., Center for New American Security, September 15, 2022. 2. “Russia Assumes Arctic Council Chairmanship amid Regional Tensions,” by Mary Chesnut and Anya Fink, Center for Naval Analyses, May 26, 2021. 3. “The Arctic I…
 
In this episode we listen to H.E. Múte B. Egede, Prime Minister of Greenland speak off the role of Greenland on the world stage. The speech is followed by a Q&A from the audience, moderated by Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, Chairman of the Arctic Circle and former President of Iceland. This event originally took place at the 2022 Arctic Circle Assembly in…
 
While female representation in politics has improved in recent years, gender parity remains a distant dream. Women comprise more than half of the global population but only 26 per cent of lawmakers around the world are female. Why aren’t there more women in politics? And what will it take to finally shatter the glass ceiling? Andrew Mueller speaks …
 
Cheering greeted Brazil’s president-elect, Lula da Silva, when he appeared at COP27 this week. Madeleine Cuff brings us a report from the climate conference in Egypt, where Lula has made bold promises to protect the Amazon. She also tells us what we can expect from this year’s draft treaty - and why the text has been causing quite a stir. There’s p…
 
In CIMSEC’s first podcast collaboration with the Yokosuka Council on Asia-Pacific Studies, we are airing the YCAPS Indo-Pacific Maritime Hour discussion, “Why the United States Needs a Real Maritime Strategy,” moderated by friend of the program John Bradford and featuring Jimmy Drennan and Blake Herzinger. Download Sea Control 391 – Indo-Pacific Ma…
 
Links: 1. YCAPS 2. Advantage at Sea: Prevailing with Integrated All-Domain Naval Power, US Navy, US Marine Corps, US Coast Guard, December 2020. 3. Goals and Objectives for a Stronger Maritime Nation: A Report to Congress, Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration, 2020. 4. The National Strategy for Maritime Security, Department of Home…
 
The economy is shifting, and budgets are tightening. Cybersecurity must shift with it. We sit down with Marcus Bartram, General Partner, Telstra Ventures, to discuss cybersecurity investment in this economic climate, identity-based threats, and what cyber issues CISOs and the industry should keep their eyes on in 2023. All this and more on The Cybe…
 
We continue our discussion about the case of Emanuela Orlandi, a 15 year old girl who disappeared near her Vatican City home on June 22, 1983. We also discuss the disappearance of Mirella Gregori, another 15 year old girl who went missing about a month before Emanuela. Jim and Laura analyze the cases and explain what they think happened, questionin…
 
This week’s episode features Integra Resources CFO Andrée St-Germain in conversation with Northern Miner Group president Anthony Vaccaro at the Mining Legends Speakers Series in Vancouver. Andrée shares the lessons she’s learned as an executive in the mining industry (“Don’t invest your bonus in mining stocks”), as well as her views on how women ca…
 
Inflation in the United States is at a 40-year high, driving up the already-inflated prices of food around Alaska. Low salmon runs in parts of the state and wide-scale natural disasters have also affected subsistence living, leaving many Alaskans struggling to feed their families. What is the current state of food insecurity in Alaska, and what res…
 
Martin Casado is a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz (a16z), a pioneer of software-defined networking, and a co-founder of Nicira Networks. We cover the lessons learnt from Martin's journey as an academic entrepreneur founding Nicira and factors that aspiring entrepreneurs planning to translate their research to products should consider. - Sto…
 
Marispace X is a cloud where maritime data will be collected in the future. This data is important for all projects in the sea, on the seabed, on the water. Why it makes sense to collect all this maritime data in one place in the future, and what advantages it will bring, is something I talked about with Jann Wendt, the managing director of the com…
 
Warnings over the world’s mad dash to create new supplies of fossil fuels, discussions about climate loss and damage, and talk about nature-based solutions. COP27 in Egypt is in full swing. Our reporter Madeleine Cuff brings us the latest, direct from Sharm el Sheikh. This week’s Sci-fi alert is the unusual discovery of a star with a solid surface.…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Camille Goodman joins the podcast to discuss her book Coastal State Jurisdiction over Living Resources in the Exclusive Economic Zone, and fisheries, enforcement, UNCLOS, and more. Dr. Goodman is a Senior Lecturer and Head of Postgraduate Studies at the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security at the Univer…
 
Links 1. "Coastal State Jurisdiction over Living Resources in the Exclusive Economic Zone," by Camille Goodman, Oxford University Press, February 15, 2022. 2. "Sea Control 212 - China's Galapagos Fishing Fleet with Dr. Tabitha Mallory and Dr. Ian Ralby," by Jared Samuelson, CIMSEC, November 22, 2020. 3. "Sea Control 356 - Global Fish Transshipment …
 
Lori Townsend and her guests break down the White House’s new National Strategy for the Arctic Region. The plan outlines the United States’ approaches and goals for safety, international cooperation, economic opportunity, and environmental protection over the next 10 years. The plan was released in October amid heightened concerns for the future st…
 
On June 22 1983, 15 year old Emanuela Orlandi was abducted on her way home from a music lesson in the center of Rome, Italy. Emanuela lived with her parents, three sisters and brother in an apartment in Vatican City, where her father worked in an administrative position for the Pope. One of the few secular families to live on the Vatican grounds, h…
 
In this episode we listen to Sara Olsvig, International Chair of the Inuit Circumpolar Council speak on the importance of Indigenous involvement in Arctic discussion and decision-making. The speech is followed by a Q&A from the audience, moderated by Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, Chairman of the Arctic Circle and former President of Iceland. This event o…
 
This week’s episode features Boart Longyear president and CEO Jeff Olsen in conversation with Northern Miner podcast host Adrian Pocobelli. Jeff describes his view of the global mining industry, the impacts of inflation, which parts of the globe he sees the most growth, and the future of drilling, including developments in artificial intelligence a…
 
Guest Tony Anscombe, Chief Security Evangelist, ESET brought some data with him. According to ESET's research, key stats around malware and ransomware have declined, and that's great, but that doesn't tell the full threat story. Apple products have an aura of impenetrability, but a back door in MacOS was recently discovered by ESET. And finally, we…
 
In this episode we listen to leaders of the Inuit Circumpolar Council discuss the mandate of Inuit Circumpolar Council for the next 4 years including the importance of Indigenous participation in Arctic Governance. The five leaders are: · Sara Olsvig, International Chair, Inuit Circumpolar Council · Lisa Koperqualuk, President of ICC Canada · Kuupi…
 
In a special episode of the podcast, host Rowan Hooper visits Newlands Corner in the North Downs in southern England, the site of one of the oldest and most significant populations of wild yews growing anywhere in the world. Yew trees are familiar from churchyards and are also revered by pagans and shamans. They can live for many hundreds of years.…
 
Spurred on by the war in Ukraine, we’re seeing a worldwide shift to green energy, with the global demand of fossil fuels now expected to peak in 15 years - a dose of optimism ahead of COP27. The climate conference kicks off in Egypt on November 6, and the team brings a round-up of what we can expect. Maddie and Rowan also discuss their recent visit…
 
Links: 1. Reagan's War Stories - A Cold War Presidency, by Benjamin Griffin, USNI Press, September 15, 2022. 2. “Red Storm Rising’: Tom Clancy Novels and the Cult of National Security.”, by Walter L. Hixson, Diplomatic History 17, no. 4 (1993): 599–613. 3. "Tom Clancy And Ronald Reagan - Two Of America's Greatest Defenders". 2022. The Heritage Foun…
 
By Ed Salo Major Ben Griffin, Chief of the Military History Division at the USMA, joins the program to discuss his new book, Reagan’s War Stories: A Cold War Presidency. Dr. Griffin examines the popular fiction that Reagan consumed during his life, and how that influenced his worldview. Griffin argues that the novels of Tom Clancy, Louis L’Amour, a…
 
This podcast episode is all about the electricity that is generated from the wind on our seas - in offshore wind farms. Without marine technology, it wouldn't work. Every single wind turbine is anchored in the seabed. 1500 turbines are located between 15 and 150 km from the German coast with an installed capacity of 8 gigawatts. Offshore wind energ…
 
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