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Brought to you by the Grains Research and Development Corporation and presented by Online Business Radio’s Chris Brown, Driving Agronomy podcasts are released weekly and discuss various agronomic issues to assist and inform those in the Australian grain industry.
 
Calling all Green Patriots! Join David Steinman, the editor of "Healthy Living" magazine, each week as he interviews celebrities, journalists, scientists, doctors, authors and other experts on the environment and natural health. Be prepared: this show can be life-changing!
 
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Brought to you by the Grains Research and Development Corporation and presented by Online Business Radio’s Chris Brown, Ground Cover Radio brings the popular bi-monthly Ground Cover magazine to life in a radio show, perfect for listening to in the tractor cab.
 
Brought to you by the Grains Research and Development Corporation and presented by Online Business Radio's Chris Brown, the GRDC Radio will bring you news and information that is timely and relevant to the Southern cropping region of Australia.
 
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NDRC is an early stage investor in digital startups based in Dublin, Ireland. Our alumni include Boxever, Logentries, Nuritas and Soundwave. In this podcast we'll be introducing you to our new investees, gaining advice from our portfolio of alumni and chatting about current trends in the world of early stage investment and the exciting Irish tech scene.The podcast is for anyone interested in #innovation #startups #investment #scaling #fintech #femaleentrepreneurship or #irishtech
 
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Brought to you by the Grains Research and Development Corporation and presented by Online Business Radio's Chris Brown, GRDC Radio will bring you news and information that is timely and relevant to the Western cropping region of Australia.
 
Brought to you by the Grains Research and Development Corporation and presented by Online Business Radio's Chris Brown, the GRDC Radio will bring you news and information that is timely and relevant to the Northern cropping region of Australia.
 
Now in its tenth year, BRDC SuperStars is well established as a programme which any serious young British driver aspires to be part of. As the scheme only selects the very brightest prospects, competition for places is tough and keenly fought. The SuperStars are supported with training programmes which the on-track results of the last two years suggest, do help give those taking part a competitive edge. SuperStars compete across the different disciplines from single seaters to prototypes, to ...
 
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Kodsnack är ett poddradioprogram på svenska om utveckling, kodknackande och allt som hör därtill. Kodsnack drivs av Kristoffer Grönlund, Fredrik Björeman och Tobias Hieta
 
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In the next decade, the scale and scope of environmental change will test our ingenuity and strength. The fight for a livable planet is one that we must win. Each week we will meet people who can help us navigate this dynamic world and get us on a path to health. Hosted by Jared Blumenfeld, Podship Earth is a call to action. Jared Blumenfeld was the regional administrator of the US Environmental Protection Agency from 2009-2016 (appointed by President Obama). He also served as the Director o ...
 
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Nuclear news from a different perspective, including safeguarding from radiation, interviews w/leading activists, and how you can help stop the nuclear madness. Nuclear Hotseat is produced and hosted by 3 Mile Island survivor Libbe HaLevy.
 
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Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Subscribe on Android In this episode, Doug Parsons’ journeys around California exploring the five most important elements of climate adaptation for the state — fire, drought, flood, temperature and sea level rise. For each one he goes into the field with an expert. He visits the burn area of the Thomas Fire of Decemb ...…
 
The $2.5 trillion fashion industry is the second-largest user of water globally, according to the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), noting that producing one cotton shirt requires 2,700 liters of water—”the amount a person drinks in 2.5 years.” The agency also estimates that one in six people worldwide works in a job relate ...…
 
In today’s episode, award-winning political and advocacy advertising consultant Joe Fuld reveals how (and why) big brands are using advocacy campaigns in their marketing. He also breaks down the best tactics and strategies for increasing engagement in social issues, shows us what commercial enterprises can learn from political campaigns, and so ...…
 
As world leaders meet in Bonn, Germany, discussing the climate crisis at COP23 — the Trump Administration seems more determined than ever to make our planet as toxic and polluted as ever. What can we do? Sally sits down with Rhea Suh, head of the Natural Resources Defense Council.
 
With summer on the way, it’s time to take steps to make homes and businesses are comfortable without wasting energy—or overheating anyone's wallet—as the temperature rises. The Natural Resources Defense Council is working to make sure that the government’s energy efficiency standards developed or updated over the past year for many types of pro ...…
 
Douglass Sims is the Director of Strategy and Finance for the Natural Resources Defense Council’s Center for Market Innovation. He joined the NRDC in 2010 after spending a number of years as an international law firm associate, where he helped finance energy and infrastructure projects in Latin America, Africa and other emerging markets around ...…
 
Since joining NRDC, Taryn Kiekow Heimer has played significant roles in two of the organization’s major campaigns: stopping the development of the environmentally disastrous Pebble Mine project proposed in Alaska’s Bristol Bay and putting an end to commercial whaling. She also leads our work to protect beluga whales in Cook Inlet, Alaska. More ...…
 
Today’s idea to make the world less hungry is to regulate and standardize the date labels on our food.If you wander through your local grocery store, you’re likely to see a lot of labels with dates preceded by a warning. “Best if used by,” this date, “sell by,” that date, “use by”...this date. These labels can have different meanings, some are ...…
 
"I can't help but wonder sometimes, What would it be like if all of us just started telling the truth?"What is radical listening and what's really up with the world and Donald Trump? Is there something wrong with our electricity and is natural gas actually not a good thing? Why can't we trust what we're being told and how can we help save the p ...…
 
Renowned pediatrician and international bestselling author Dr. Harvey Karp shares essential new mom advice regarding sleep (yours and baby's), signs you might have postpartum mood disorder and not know it, and effective ways to sooth your baby in the "4th trimester". His world famous 5 S's technique was so successful in getting Sabrina to stop ...…
 
Diane Blazek describes the work and programs of the National Garden Bureau, Josh Mogerman reports on environmental issues for the NRDC, and Breanne Heath from The Pie Patch talks about growing fruit in Chicago.By mike@mikenowak.net (Mike Nowak).
 
With summer on the way, it’s time to take steps to make homes and businesses are comfortable without wasting energy—or overheating anyone's wallet—as the temperature rises. The Natural Resources Defense Council is working to make sure that the government’s energy efficiency standards developed or updated over the past year for many types of pro ...…
 
You are listening to the Inside news letter's daily brief. Use Newsbeat app to listen to great news articles from the web. In the days prior to his firing, former FBI director James Comey reportedly asked for more prosecutors and personnel to help with the investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election, according to The New York ...…
 
An overview of the May 2, 2017 report from the Natural Resources Defense Council, "Threats To Tap: Widespread Violations Highlight Need for Investment in Water Infrastructure and Protections." NRDC health program director Eric Olson says, "We take it for granted that when we turn on our kitchen tap, the water will be safe and healthy, but we ha ...…
 
What has California done to me? I know I may not be making friends with this episode's topic (and the two other episodes on this topic to come) in my home state of South Dakota. I know that for many people meat is not only a huge part of their lives but also their livelihoods, in the midwest, in California, and all over the world. I also know t ...…
 
This week we’re joined by Shelley Poticha, Director of NRDC’s Urban Solutions Program. We chat about a couple of programs she’s working on at NRDC including SPARCC and the City Energy Project. I ask about the Clean Power Plan and we talk about how FTA and HUD were finally connected as well as the 1993 book she wrote with Peter Calthorpe about T ...…
 
How toxic is the water in your neighborhood?Residents of Flint, Michigan will finally get their damaged lead pipes replaced, thanks to a settlement in March 2017. Unfortunately, it took months of complaints and investigation to lead to this resolution. And, the problem extends far beyond Flint. According to a 2015 study from NRDC, at least 18 m ...…
 
Guest: Dr. Harvey Karp is one of America’s leading pediatricians and child development experts. His celebrated books/videos, The Happiest Baby on the Block, The Happiest Toddler on the Block and The Happiest Baby Guide to Great Sleep have teach his insights into child development (e.g. the Calming Reflex, the 5 S’s and Toddler-ese). In this epi ...…
 
Around the News O’Connor v. Oakhurst Dairy: “For want of a comma, we have this case.” Maine Drafting Manual. The Oxford comma as popularized by the Vampire Weekend song of the same name. My parents, Kennedy and Hitler -- Are your parents Kennedy and Hitler? The panda eats shoots and leaves. The panda eats, shoots, and leaves. Wikipedia on seria ...…
 
Here it is: A calm, pretty set from Los Angeles singer-songwriter Green Gerry. Green Gerry’s songs are both tender and gently trippy, lulling you into a peaceful place before it scrambles your synapses. Give the set a listen, and check out Green Gerry’s new record Electric Iron, the proceeds of which are being donated to The Southern Poverty La ...…
 
Here it is: A calm, pretty set from Los Angeles singer-songwriter Green Gerry. Green Gerry’s songs are both tender and gently trippy, lulling you into a peaceful place before it scrambles your synapses. Give the set a listen, and check out Green Gerry’s new record Electric Iron, the proceeds of which are being donated to The Southern Poverty La ...…
 
It's a big enough problem that is touching enough of these different segments of the industry: restaurant, retail, consumers, institutional, farm...that here in the Denver Metro area, there’s room for a lot of solutions...” – Brendan McCrann, Future Pointe Food waste. Over the last year or two, this issue has been finding its way into the headl ...…
 
President Donald Trump has vowed to dismantle many of the environmental policies passed under president Barack Obama. But environmental groups and some states are ready to fight back and bring the administration to court. Host: Alessandra Potenza Directors: Miriam Nielsen and Kimberly Mas Audio: Andrew Marino Special thanks to: Maria Belenky Di ...…
 
We're back! The National Resources Defense Council has signed on as a partner to the Women's March on Washington. The president of the NRDC, Rhea Suh talks with Lauren about about why the Women's March matters for the environment and what's at stake with the new administration.
 
We're back! The National Resources Defense Council has signed on as a partner to the Women's March on Washington. The president of the NRDC, Rhea Suh talks with Lauren about about why the Women's March matters for the environment and what's at stake with the new administration.
 
Producer/Host: Meredith DeFrancesco Program Topic: Update from Standing Rock; Solidarity Event in Bangor; Reaction to Trump EPA Nominee Key Discussion Points: 1) Today we hear an update from Standing Rock where Water Protector camps reorganize, as the Army Corp of Engineers rules against an easement for the Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under ...…
 
"Oceans are a sonic symphony. Sound is essential to the survival and prosperity of marine life. But man-made ocean noise is threatening this fragile world.” So say the producers of a documentary film, “Sonic Sea,” which takes us beneath the ocean’s surface to uncover the consequences of increased ocean noise pollution, including the mass strand ...…
 
Topic: Transitioning Out of a Toxic, Unsustainable Industry In This Episode: 02:09 The introduction of José T Bravo is given. 02:32 Jose describes the mission and goal of Just Transition Alliance. 03:40 What are the goals of the Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families coalition and Californians for a Healthy & Green Economy (CHANGE)? 04:35 Jose expla ...…
 
Topic: Worker Training and Workforce Development In This Episode: 02:05 Introduction of Sharon Beard. 02:22 Sharon describes the Worker Education and Training Program at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. 03:38 Sharon tells why there was a need for the Minority Worker Training Program at NIEHS. 06:18 Did Congressman Louis ...…
 
Topic: The Workforce-Development Component In This Episode: 01:52 Introduction of Khalil Shahyd. 02:06 Khalil describes the Urban Solutions Program at NRDC. 03:27 Khalil shares the purpose and goal of the 2016 National Training and Resources Summit to Revitalize Vulnerable Communities. 04:12 Khalil answers the question of why workforce developm ...…
 
Welcome to the 16th episode of the Animal Law Podcast! Today, I am joined by Michael Jasny, Director of the Marine Mammal Protection Project at the NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council). Michael is a leading expert in the law and policy of ocean noise pollution. For more than a decade, he has directed high-profile litigation, lobbying effort ...…
 
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