Best marine habitat podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Coastal Conservation Association's podcast to discuss marine conservation, habitat, fishing and variety of coastal topics. Check us out @cca_texas and @shanebonnot.
 
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Plastic has been making plenty of headlines and we’re all becoming aware of the damage it does to marine habitats its insidious spread into everything from drinking water to Arctic ice. In the UK some people are taking the problem into their own hands.
 
A European study argues testing methods are not good enough to predict the impact of 'biodegradable' plastic in marine habitats.
 
A new study has discovered why some people are worse at taking orders than others and it's all about how your brain works. The study found people were more control-averse due to activity in two areas of the brain. Essentially, it boiled down to trust in the people giving the orders. We ask the panelists if they're more of a maverick or rule-fol ...…
 
Coastal Conservation Association's National Habitat Program, Building Conservation Trust (BCT), was created to provide vital funding for grassroots driven habitat projects. BCT strives to be the largest marine habitat restoration, enhancement and creation entity in the United States. BCT and CCA Texas have a strong partnership that has resulted ...…
 
Traveling to any place around the world is an exciting adventure full of positive thoughts about travelling, enjoying foreign cultures, food and drinks. Yet there seems to be little thought on Environmental Protection when we search for hotels or other places to stay. Perhaps because we don't want to think about the things that were done to cre ...…
 
In this episode we feature our 1st ever It Pays to Fish podcast interview. And it’s pretty epic...Angie Scott talks to world renowned marine artist, KC Scott (no relation by-the-way)! We discuss his roots of growing up in the small town of Richland, MI and his journey to Southern Florida and eventually becoming an artist and apparel designer wi ...…
 
In this episode we feature our 1st ever It Pays to Fish podcast interview. And it’s pretty epic...Angie Scott talks to world renowned marine artist, KC Scott (no relation by-the-way)! We discuss his roots of growing up in the small town of Richland, MI and his journey to Southern Florida and eventually becoming an artist and apparel designer wi ...…
 
In this podcast we look at five IELTS Task 2 questions about environment, and then talk about possible answers, including how to formulate the paragraphs and plan the essay. Below are the questions, for the answers you will have to listen to the podcast available here: |Direct Download Here | Stitcher | iTunes | Managing global environmental is ...…
 
Canadian federal Green Party leader, Elizabeth May (@ElizabethMay), talks about saving orcas and right whales; stopping Kinder Morgan and Bilcon and Canada’s toothless endangered species laws. “All whales matter. All cetaceans matter. All life matters.” Skaana podcasts connect you to news and experts and their discussions about orcas, oceans an ...…
 
With a warm smile that filled the room, guest Nathaniel Maekawa entered the WCBN studios this past Friday to tell regular host Ben Sonnega about his experience as an aquaculture intern in Madagascar. Nathaniel is from Austin, TX. and is a senior at the University of Michigan studying Global Health and Environment, Medical Anthropology, and Sust ...…
 
Sources & Resources #1: The Everyday War Presenter: Nicole Davis Further information and links: The Everyday War web resource Creature Feature #1: Frogs Presenter: Professor Andy May Interviewees: Associate Professor Andrea Gaynor, environmental historian, University of Western Australia; Associate Professor Kirsten Parris, urban ecologist, The ...…
 
On today’s show Chris Macaluso, Director of the Center for Marine Fisheries, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership joins the program to talk with Jacques & Simone about what they do and how the Mississippi River helps create Louisiana's unique habitats and fisheries. Erik Johnson, Director of The Bird Conservation at Audubon Louisiana sto ...…
 
A whale of a potato harvest: A North Douglas gardener harvests his potato crop on Thursday. It’s unclear why so many potatoes grew into the shape of marine mammals, but it likely has to do with the particular variety of fingerling potatoes. All of these potatoes will go into temporary storage unwashed since their skins are still so thin and del ...…
 
Dr Beach and Anth are in with a shirt load of marine news Sunday at 9AM. Anth has been looking in something the Einstieners pointed us to about the Shark Netting trials in northern NSW. Dr Beach has been looking at new marine science. Dr Alex Rattray from Deakin University will be in to tell us about the Victorian Marine Habitat Mapping project ...…
 
Climate Change is rearing its ugly head as one of its consequences is the rapid heating of the Antarctic Ice Sheets turning them to slush. El Nino changed the wind patterns of the continent so that they could not keep the ice sheets cool as warm water moved in along the coastline. There is a 300,000 square mile slush pile that used to be ice. I ...…
 
In our most recent episode of The Last Stand Podcast, we discuss the importance, uniqueness and threats to coral reef ecosystems with Sam Teicher, co-founder of Coral Vita. Founded in 2014, Coral Vita’s mission is to restore the planets damaged and dying coral reef environments by growing more resilient coral and transplanting them into threate ...…
 
In our most recent episode of The Last Stand Podcast, we discuss the importance, uniqueness and threats to coral reef ecosystems with Sam Teicher, co-founder of Coral Vita. Founded in 2014, Coral Vita’s mission is to restore the planets damaged and dying coral reef environments by growing more resilient coral and transplanting them into threate ...…
 
The Shark Week Schedule for 2017 has been announced and there are some shows to which I am looking forward and others that perpetuate sharks as serial killers (which is false!!!). I review some of the synopses of the episodes announced during this episode. I also go over an infographic released by the Save San Francisco Bay Organization that de ...…
 
Story 1 - Grizzlies Meet Bison This is one of the most amazing stories to hit the parks in decades, and the first large-scale reintroduction of a large hoofed animal in this area. In February of 2017, 10 pregnant females and 6 young bulls were reintroduced to a remote area of Banff National Park. Just yesterday, on June 7, 2017, Parks announced ...…
 
This week, we have stories about immigrants facing misunderstandings and confusion in their interactions with the criminal justice system. Plus, the popular Hulu series “The Handmaid’s Tale” prompts us to look back at the New England Puritan culture that provided the underpinnings for Margaret Atwood’s dystopia. And we take in nature’s bounty a ...…
 
Educate + Empower + Restore. It is a great honor to be joined by Fabien Cousteau to discuss the Ocean Learning Center (OLC) and the experience of living 31 Days underwater. Our dynamic conversation will provide unique insights and review amazing adventures of the Cousteau family. Following his grandfather’s words, “People protect what they love ...…
 
John Lee Dumas went from serving as a a US Army Officer in Iraq to generating over $10m in under 5 years. JLD has interviewed nearly 2,000 of the world's most successful entrepreneurs: from Gary Vaynerchuk to Tony Robbins, Tim Ferris and Seth Godin. He joins me on todays show to talk about the lessons he has taken from these interviews and has ...…
 
Scientist Tim O'Hara will be coming in to talk about leading the first deep-sea exploration voyage upon The Investigator (the CSIRO’s marine research vessel) from Launceston to Brisbane. On this voyage, Tim will be leading an international team of 40 scientists for a 31-day scientific expedition, it will be the first survey in Australia to exam ...…
 
Scientist Tim O'Hara will be coming in to talk about leading the first deep-sea exploration voyage upon The Investigator (the CSIRO’s marine research vessel) from Launceston to Brisbane. On this voyage, Tim will be leading an international team of 40 scientists for a 31-day scientific expedition, it will be the first survey in Australia to exam ...…
 
As species rapidly adapt to altered landscapes and a warming climate, scientists and stakeholders need new techniques to monitor ecological responses and plan future conservation efforts. Writing in BioScience, Drs. Stephen McCormick of the US Geological Survey and Michael Romero of Tufts University describe the emerging field of conservation e ...…
 
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