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The Latitude

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Dispatches from the new frontiers of climate technology. The Latitude features coverage of the business and tech trends that are reshaping energy and decarbonization, straight from the Latitude Media newsroom.
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Investor Shayle Kann is asking big questions about how to decarbonize the planet: How cheap can clean energy get? Will artificial intelligence speed up climate solutions? Where is the smart money going into climate technologies? Every week on Catalyst, Shayle explains the world of "climate tech" with prominent experts, investors, researchers, and executives. Produced by Latitude Media.
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Join Chris Spachman and guests as he breaks down just about everything in Mid Michigan sports! We will discuss our local high school teams, Mid Michigan Lakers, and the Chips. Chris will also give his take on other key sports topics within the great state of Michigan and beyond.
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A narrative news show about the trends shifting our carbon-based economy. Each week, host Stephen Lacey digs into the business and technology stories that explain the rise of clean energy, the challenge to fossil fuels, and how the energy system is transforming in dramatic ways. Produced by Latitude Media.
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Join Shawn as he brings up things that are hot in your world! Sometimes the talk will be nonsensical, or highly topical issues and much more. If you listen to the MY Morning Show & want more of what he talks about, you'll love this podcast!
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The Bookstore

Awkwardly Social Media

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It's like a book club, but we actually read the book. Join hosts Becca and Corinne as they recreate their days working and hanging out at their local independent book store.
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The Mid Michigan matters podcast has an ultra local focus of what’s happening in our Mid Michigan community; from local happenings, charity events, to how you can give back to our community. If it matters in Mid Michigan we want to talk about it on the Mid Michigan Matters podcast
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Neurodivergent Moments

Joe Wells and Abigoliah Schamaun

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Ever walk into a room and immediately forget why you’re there? Or get confused when someone is surprised you’ve taken what they said literally? Comedians, Abigoliah Schamaun and Joe Wells do, and so do their guests, and these Neurodivergent Moments shine a light into the world of our diverse minds. Each episode, ADHD Abigoliah and Autistic Joe, speak to a guest with a neurodivergence about their divergence, life, career and how they navigate the neurotypical society we live in. Lighthearted, ...
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Hot Buttons

Latitude Media

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Hot Buttons is a show about the future of fashion and culture on a changing planet. Each week, Christina Binkley, Rachel Kibbe, and Shilla Kim-Parker unwind the breaking news, industry moves, cultural trends, and tech breakthroughs that are shaping sustainable fashion. The fashion industry is one of the world’s biggest polluters. Can we change it?
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This is the Freshly Squeezed Media podcast, the home of .. Having a coffee with..... and The Latitude & Longtitude Travcast and Music is my First Love. I have fun talking to local business people so you can get to know them better, bring you all the latest from the travel world so you can have a better trip or holiday, playIng the music you first fell in love with I'm your host Brian Fakir, traveller, international author and entrepreneur...come in the coffee's good.... I'd love to have you ...
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Conspiracy and Chill Podcast

"$awbuck" Mike & "Headhunter" Higgins

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Welcome to "Conspiracy and Chill,"! We are Two Truth Seekers, Exposing The Keepers with Chill Vibes and Deep Dives. Each session is a captivating exploration of conspiracy theories, enigmatic events, and the unexplained phenomena that keep us questioning the world around us. Hosted by "$awbuck" Mike & "Headhunter" Higgins, both passionate researchers and seasoned conspiracy enthusiasts, "Conspiracy and Chill" provides a unique blend of in-depth analysis, expert interviews, and a touch of hum ...
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Pupcast

Sly Pup Productions

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Sly Pup Productions is an Audio/Video production company dedicated to the creation and dissemination of high quality media for instrumental musicians and composers.
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The Dr Marketing Tips Podcast provides you the knowledge to market your medical practice easier, better and faster regardless of your current marketing skill level.Listen in as Jennifer and Corey, co-founders of Dr Marketing Tips, invite medical practice and healthcare marketing leaders to discuss patient satisfaction, online reputation management, video, patient testimonials, website updates, SEO, print material, design and much more. Subscribe and learn what works and what doesn’t from the ...
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This is Patent Pending – a show about the future of disc golf. Hosted by Jesse from Trash Panda. On the show it’s Jesse’s job to discover the untold stories of innovation in disc golf by interviewing the changemakers in our sport and covering topics like media, disc design, course design, technology, and sponsorships.
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A little-known U.S. law called the Jones Act shapes climate tech in weird ways — like hindering offshore wind deployment and pushing up energy prices. The law, part of the Merchant Marine Act of 1920, requires all cargo shipped between U.S. ports to be carried by ships that meet strict standards. Those ships must be built in American shipyards, own…
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AI is suddenly in use everywhere – and it’s headed for the power sector. New research from Latitude Intelligence and Indigo Advisory Group shows a coming wave of AI integration, inside and outside of utilities. Distributed energy companies are increasingly integrating AI into their products, and many power companies are building teams to take advan…
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Our journey this week is a mosaic of personal stories and the pursuit of truth, both universal and intimate. We're joined by seasoned podcaster Mike Davis, "The MMA Detective", host of the Lytes Out podcast. He brings a wealth of experience from his show that examines a cross-section of MMA history and deep diving into the often seedy world of the …
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April's prompt is to read a book of ecofiction, and Becca's pick is Latitudes of Longing by Shubhangi Swarup. Content warning: miscarriage, death in childbirth, sexual topics Our next book will be The Employees by Olga Ravn, as chosen by our Patreon Patrons. Find it at your local library or bookstore and read along with us! If you want to read alon…
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In Australia, one in three homes hosts a rooftop solar system. And 20% of those systems are attached to batteries. In February, a major grid outage put those systems to the test. Extreme weather caused a series of grid failures in the state of Victoria. And with coal plants tripping offline, solar capacity helped keep the blackouts from cascading f…
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WE'RE BACK! For the first episode of this series we have juggler/filmmaker/writer/comedian/probably lots of other things we've forgotten Mat Ricardo! We talked about retrospection, although we're not sure if that's a real word. Check out Mat's Youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7GozvAsW0KPlSEh6SCouQQ To support the podcast and …
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This week we’re bringing you a deep dive into battery supply chains — the season premier of The Big Switch, a show that Latitude Media makes in partnership with Columbia University’s SIPA Center on Global Energy Policy. Across this five-episode documentary series, hosted by the acclaimed energy scholar Dr. Melissa Lott, we examine every step of the…
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Episode 327 of The DrMarketingTips Show brings practical social media marketing advice for doctors and medical practices based on new data. Hosts Jennifer and Lexi, Senior Client Services Manager at Insight Marketing Group, discuss key takeaways from the Social Media Marketing World Conference and how medical practices can use these insights to the…
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Grasp the complexities of Flat Earth theory with a critical eye on ancient maps, mysterious airline routes, and the enigma of constellations that defy our modern understanding of the cosmos. Engage with the perplexing debate over Earth's rotation, the credibility of space travel, and the provocative possibility of a radiation dome underpinning our …
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John O’Donnell co-founded and ran two solar thermal companies. He watched as the technology shifted from being the most promising utility-scale solar technology, to getting out-competed by photovoltaics everywhere. But he stayed passionate about heat. Today, he’s CEO of Rondo Energy, which makes a “heat battery” for industrial applications using br…
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Shawn sat down & spoke with Andrea Graham, a local volunteer with Donate Life Michigan, who lost her brother in 1995 & his heart & heart tissues were donated and given a little girl who needed it. Along comes Evan Cotton, a local HS student who needed a heart transplant (since birth) and on April 30, 2023, Evans wish was granted! He received his 2n…
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It's a book by a translator that's a book by a translator that's translated by a translator about translators translating a book and we loved it. There are also some major time spoilers, but we give good warnings this time. The Extinction of Ireana Rey by Jennifer Croft Next time we are reading Latitudes of Longing by Shubhangi Swarup. Find it at y…
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Lizz, from the My Morning Show on My1043, sits down with Melanie Starks, a Hollywood Producer to discuss her award-winning film: Fluorescent Beast! They also discuss growing up in Michigan and taking a leap of faith to follow their dreams. Fluorescent Beast will be screening at the Central Michigan International Film Festival, April 5th at 9:30pm a…
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The lithium-ion battery business is taking off, and the battery recycling business is close behind. Financiers are pouring over a billion dollars into recycling companies like Redwood Materials, Ascend Elements, and Li-Cycle. But success depends on a steady supply of used batteries, and with batteries lasting longer than expected — and the battery …
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"Razor" Rob McCullough is a mixed martial arts pioneer, a former World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) champion, a business owner, and a family man. In this session Rob takes us down memory lane, recounting tales of training, fighting, and the evolution of MMA from its no-holds-barred infancy to the disciplined spectacle it is today. From chilling paran…
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Luke Sawyer joins us to talk about the need for a public safety millage before this September. They encourage all to come to the meeting 5pm Tuesday April 2nd with Country Commissioners at the Isabella Commission on Aging to encourage them to have it on one of the next ballots.By Latitude Media
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Did you know that 73% of Gen Z and 74% of Millennial workers seek employers that offer robust mental health support? In this episode of the DrMarketingTips Show, hosts Jennifer and Corey take a look at the evolving role of healthcare marketing in human resource departments at medical practices. Marketing strategies can significantly enhance HR effo…
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Mark Gurman has been covering Apple since 2009. His reporting career is full of scoops about new products or strategic decisions from inside the company. His latest scoop in February: Apple is finally shutting down its efforts to build an autonomous electric car. Apple first started exploring an electric car in 2014. At that point, cars had already…
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The electricity gauntlet we covered last year has been having a moment in the national spotlight, with coverage of rising load growth in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post. On one side of the gauntlet, demand for electricity is rising, driven by new loads like EVs, data centers, and electrification. On the other si…
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When Graham Hancock sparked a curiosity in Mike Turpin's mind, little did he know it would lead him to a path of profound self-discovery and transformation. Join us as we sit down with the "Psychedelic Athlete" himself to uncover the incredible impact of DMT and psychedelics on his life – a journey that transcends the boundaries of reality and cons…
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There are two critical ingredients fueling the AI boom: energy and chips. And NVIDIA, one of the most important companies in AI, is looking to be a power player in both. NVIDIA was founded in the early 1990s as a chip maker for gaming. It has since evolved into a $2 trillion behemoth building the most sought-after graphics processing units for trai…
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The US green hydrogen industry is at a critical juncture. After months of input and debate, the government put out draft rules for tax credits at the end of last year – setting strict requirements for matching new, local renewables to hydrogen production. It was hailed by many as a really important step for ensuring that green hydrogen actually liv…
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The US green hydrogen industry is at a critical juncture. After months of input and debate, the government put out draft rules for tax credits at the end of last year – setting firm requirements for matching new, local renewables to hydrogen production. It was seen by many as a big step for ensuring that green hydrogen is actually green. But across…
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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission approved new rules this month on what information companies must disclose about their greenhouse gas emissions and climate risks, but notably dropped more stringent requirements that the commission initially proposed. Despite being halted by lawsuits, the rules are a significant win for climate transparen…
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Correction: in the epsiode we say that the book was published in Barbados, but Condé is actually from the island of Guadeloupe - a French department in the Carribbean. Now THIS is the type of historical fiction that we love. Corinne's pick for March's prompt to read a book with a name in the title is I, Tituba: Black Witch of Salem by Maryse Condé.…
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David Keohan reveals the ancient and mystical tradition of Irish stone lifting that is interwoven into the nation's rich heritage and mythology. Our profound journey through Ireland's past resurrects the legacy of primal strength, where monolithic stones become the very embodiment of Irish culture. David's passion for this forgotten practice leads …
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In this episode, Shawn fills in for Chris & sits down to talk with Iron Mike Rogers with Veterans4USA here in Mid-Michigan! Find out what this LOCAL organization is all about; how it was created, why it was created & here a mere 10 years later still leans on YOU in our community to help it help Veterans in need in our area + how you can join in & v…
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There are many forces that could hold back AI in the power system: computing infrastructure, power availability, regulation, and corporate inertia. The biggest one? Good data. Utilities and grid operators are awash in data. But getting access to it – or making sense of it – is very difficult. For a better understanding of how to change that, we tur…
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Two major indicators of climate tech stocks – the S&P Clean Energy Index and the MAC Global Solar Index – are significantly trailing the overall market. They’ve been declining for months, down from their mid-pandemic highs when they performed far better than the rest of the economy. So what happened to climate tech investments in the public markets…
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Having a reputation management strategy is no longer just about collecting good reviews. It's about understanding and implementing the technology that can streamline this process and provide insightful data for continuous improvement–ultimately delivering patients through your digital front door. In the first part of DrMarketingTips’ reputation man…
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Early in her career, Amanda Li worked on many deals in solar and storage as part of a billion-dollar sustainable infrastructure fund. And she discovered a problem that often hinders deployment: the underwriting process is cumbersome and slow. “All of it was in spreadsheets, word documents, emails. When you look at a solar deal, there's a lot of doc…
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In this episode, Shawn calls out an organization he used to be part of, that booted him out because someone within the organization falsely accused him of things (nothing really bad but it wasn't true). When Shawn tried to reach out to the President to talk with them, they NEVER returned any of his phone calls. And people wonder why he has TRUST is…
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Embark on a captivating expedition into the heart of Irish martial arts with our guest Nathan Featherstone, an enthusiast of combat sports and all things Irish. Nathan, also known as the Rambling Kern, takes us down the road less traveled, sharing his profound knowledge of Ireland's native martial traditions and their influence within the British m…
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The first wave of digital grid infrastructure in the U.S. didn’t quite deliver on its promises. More than 100 million smart meters have rolled out across the country, buoyed initially by billions in federal funding. But instead of using them for exciting things like time-of-use pricing and automated demand response, utilities used them for more mun…
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In this episode, Shawn brings up the 2 topics that most people avoid. Why do we have to avoid talking about these subjects with family, friends, coworkers? Do we live in a society where everyone gets bent out of shape if people don't agree with them? Why can't we have good discussions on either topics without people blowing up? Check out this weeks…
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When Brian Janous took charge of Microsoft’s clean energy strategy in 2011, the company’s data center demand was modest. He was measuring new demand in the tens of megawatts. Over the years, that grew to hundreds of megawatts of new demand as hyperscale computing expanded. And then everything changed in the spring of 2023, with the public launch of…
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In the early 2000s, Steve Cotton ran a company serving the fast-growing data center industry with backup battery systems. And when those systems reached the end of their lives, the company monetized kilotons of lead-acid batteries by sending them to recycling facilities – industrial plants that break down and burn the components. “It's very dangero…
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Today we discuss Bless Me, Ultima by Rudolfo Anaya. This is one of the first books of Chicano/a Literature, with Rudolfo Anaya considered one of the founders of the literary movement. It's a coming-of-age story that weaves Catholicism with traditional and indigenous beliefs, and the duality of identity that Antonio, the main character, experiences.…
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