Best greenpeace podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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Greenpeace Podcast
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The Greenpeace Podcast brings you sound-rich environmental stories that travel across borders. Engaging listeners through storytelling, this podcast builds environmental literacy in a way that inspires, amuses and empowers. Listen to monthly 15 minute episodes that break down some of today's hottest and most controversial environmental issues.Greenpeace is an independent, campaigning organisation which uses non-violent, creative confrontation to expose global environmental problems, and to f ...
 
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Greenpeace Video Podcast
Monthly
 
From as-they-happen accounts of our actions, to award-winning documentaries investigating the issues facing sustainable life on our planet, Greenpeace produces some of the most engaging environmental videos available anywhere on the web. Subscribe via iTunes to receive our best videos from around the world.
 
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ExpeditionCasts from 1planet1ocean
 
Hosted by the "Ocean Doctor," Dr. David E. Guggenheim, ExpeditionCasts brings you video & audio dispatches from research expeditions and conservation projects around the world, along with news and insights on understanding and protecting our oceans.
 
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50 Shades of Green Divas
Monthly+
 
Green Diva Meg, host of 50 Shades of Green Divas (formerly The Green Divas Radio Show), takes a light-hearted approach to sustainable living. She hosts this informative and entertaining one-hour radio show along with Maxine Margo and a variety of Green Divas and Green Dudes. Listen to great interviews with high-profile celebrities and leaders in the green living movement. Enjoy informative and fun segments/podcasts like Greenpeace GDs, Green Divas Foodie-Philes; Green Divas Eco-Sexy; Green D ...
 
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Dean Omori's Video Podcast
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"PROTEST DOESN'T HAVE TO BE UGLY'
 
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Unearthed
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News and investigations on energy, forests, oceans and climate change from Greenpeace's Energydesk
 
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Panorama
 
1. Erneierbar Energie: "laange Wee" bis 2020, esou Greenpeace 2. Commentaire: "Studente sinn och nëmme Wieler" 3. Fipronil: 57 belsch Betriber stinn ënner Verdacht 4. Venezuela: Maduro schwätzt vun "Terrorattacke" op Militärbase 5. Fraefuttball: Holland ass EuropameeschterBy podcast@100komma7.lu (radio 100,7).
 
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Panorama
 
1. Erneierbar Energie: "laange Wee" bis 2020, esou Greenpeace 2. Commentaire: "Studente sinn och nëmme Wieler" 3. Fipronil: 57 belsch Betriber stinn ënner Verdacht 4. Venezuela: Maduro schwätzt vun "Terrorattacke" op Militärbase 5. Fraefuttball: Holland ass EuropameeschterBy podcast@100komma7.lu (radio 100,7).
 
August 6, 2017 Pastor Jeff Struecker Sermon Notes I want you to start out with doing something different. Stick with me today for just a moment. I want you to go ahead and look around the room, and I want you to find a face in this room that you’ve never met before. In just a second, I’m going to ask you to get up, to go out of your seat and go ...…
 
We've all crossed the street to avoid those Greenpeace donation collectors. Or quietly questioned who our money's really going to. How about that post-donation harrassment? Let's hear from our very own producer, Jon Colomb! If you want to chastise Jon publicly, you can find him on instagram @15yardpenalty. Follow host Rosie Guarino on Instagram ...…
 
Should internet service providers get to decide what you see on the Internet or should all apps and sites have equal access? Who should control what we see on the Internet? Wednesday is "Internet Day of Action." A group of activists and companies are planning an Internet wide day of action to demonstrate against the FCC's plan to repeal net neu ...…
 
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Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine (Broadcast quality 128-kbps)
 
Greenpeace USA's Cassady Craighill: Protesters Demand G20 Nations Do More to Address Climate Change; New Haven, Connecticut Mayor Toni Harp: U.S. Conference of Mayors Adopts Resolutions Opposing Trump's Military Budget Increase; Guatemala Human Rights Commission's Annie Bird: DEA Drug Interdiction Operations in Central America Demand Oversight, ...…
 
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Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine podcast - consumer distribution
 
Greenpeace USA's Cassady Craighill: Protesters Demand G20 Nations Do More to Address Climate Change; New Haven, Connecticut Mayor Toni Harp: U.S. Conference of Mayors Adopts Resolutions Opposing Trump's Military Budget Increase; Guatemala Human Rights Commission's Annie Bird: DEA Drug Interdiction Operations in Central America Demand Oversight, ...…
 
Slavery, murder, starvation and abuse.A Kiwi investigator is shining a light on the dark side of the fishing industry after his investigation sparked key changes.The world's biggest producer of tinned tuna, Thai Union, has agreed to reduce slavery and illegal fishing in its supply chain thanks to private investigator Tim Mckinnel and Greenpeace ...…
 
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The Tech Night Owl LIVE — Tech Radio with a Twist!
 
We present outspoken commentator and podcaster Peter Cohen. As part of an extensive agenda, Gene and Peter talk about self-driving technology, and what Apple might be planning. Gene will explain how air bags and seat belts helped save his life during a serious auto accident. What about the claims from Greenpeace, the environmental organization, ...…
 
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Dukkan Show
 
As always, Toofless' compiles and puts together a music mix for your listening pleasure. Kick back in the office or your car seat and enjoy. Mix includes music by our friends & fam: Narcy Muqaata Bei Ru Moh Flow AY the Producer The Recipe Al Nather Stephon Lemar Yaseen Ibrahim Da Poet/Tektosag Records Sammany Dan Green Peace Exclusive Mixx Zahe ...…
 
Download: 41 MB Subscribe: RSS | SoundCloud | iTunes The internet has become so central to our daily lives that it is nearly impossible to imagine what would happen if we woke up one day to find it had collapsed. But what is the internet really, and where does it come from? When we store things in ‘the cloud’ and transfer things by ‘airdrop’, i ...…
 
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Literally This Week
 
This week: a British author has been honored by the Queen, the New York Times discusses moderating comments sections, two Americans have won the Carnegie and Greenaway prizes, publishers are coming to the defense of Greenpeace, police in Benghazi are burning books, Emma Watson is hiding books around Paris, and a book full of blank pages is a be ...…
 
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B-Boy Document
 
The King of Cut-N-paste breaks down his plethora of mix-tapes from the mid-nineties to present day. Yoda explains how he became a member of Hip Hop version of Viz, Fat Lace Magazine and how his Fat Lace tapes are his version of stand-up comedy: littered with jokes, nostalgia and music. We reminisce on the legendary Spine Magazine and the mixtap ...…
 
The DIY Magazine team, the UK's foremost new music heads descend on Worthy Farm, in Somerset to give you the latest news, interviews and nonsense with daily episodes from the country's biggest festival. This episode we hear Will and El from the team chat to Jeremy Everything Everything, Glass Animals, Kieran and Joe Circa Waves and El goes to s ...…
 
The US government proposes a $40 tax per tonne of carbon dioxide to slow climate change. Exxon, BP, Shell and others are supporting the proposal. Ted Halstead - who devised the scheme - joins us. Environmental campaigners aren't convinced about the plan - we speak to Cassidy Craighill from Greenpeace USA. Also on the programme, what kind of Bre ...…
 
After the inauguration of President Donald Trump, many Democrats adopted a new mantra: "Resist." The word appeared on signs waved in massive marches in cities across the country, Greenpeace put it on a giant banner outside the White House, Congressional phone lines were jammed with those carrying the message, and thousands of people put #Resist ...…
 
Small African countries struggle to protect the coastal waters on which local communities depend – thousands of nautical miles go unpoliced. Last month environmental campaign Greenpeace wrapped up a series of joint surveillance missions with the coastguards of four countries: Guinea Bissau, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Guinea. Their research has u ...…
 
On this episode, we welcome John Hocevar, a marine biologist and director of Greenpeace USA’s oceans campaigns. John was on the Greenpeace ship Esperanza to document the newly discovered Amazon Reef, and he talks about the uniqueness of the discovery, what it’s like to be one of a few people on Earth who have ever seen it with their own eyes, a ...…
 
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