Best rising seas podcasts we could find (Updated January 2018)
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Sea Level Rise Radio
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Discussions about the practical effects of sea level rise.
 
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World Ocean Radio
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World Ocean Radio is a project of the World Ocean Observatory, online at worldoceanobservatory.org. World Ocean Radio is a weekly series of five-minute audio essays on a wide range of ocean topics. Available for syndicated use at no cost by community radio stations worldwide.
 
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Kronos
Weekly
 
Two years after his wife's death, oceanographer and former navy SEAL, Atticus Young, attempts to reconcile with his rebellious daughter, Giona, by taking her on the scuba dive of a lifetime-swimming with a pod of peaceful humpback whales in the Gulf of Maine. But the beauty of the sea belies a terror from the deep-a horrific creature as immense as it is ancient. There is no blood, no scream, no fight. Giona is swallowed whole by the massive jaws. Only Atticus remains to suffer the shame of t ...
 
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The Speak Up For Blue Podcast
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The Speak Up For Blue Podcast raises awareness of the variety of ocean science and conservation projects conducted all around the world. It educates you, the listener, on the different Ocean Conservation Projects that are happening around the world. By listening to our guests, I hope to inspire you to live an ocean-friendly life through their stories and the information I provide to guide you towards a living a life that will be healthy for the Ocean. On the podcast episodes, I discuss, shar ...
 
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RISE: Climate Change and Coastal Communities
 
Rising sea levels bring high tides and high waves to our shores. Extreme weather events cause our rivers to flood. It is no longer possible to halt all the impacts coming with climate change. Climate change is changing human lives. This is the time to adapt to changes that are now inevitable, inescapable, and undeniable.
 
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Should I Be Scared of This?
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Comedian Jordan Foisy lives in a scary place. We all do. It’s called The World. From rising sea levels to war to worrying about being a bad friend, there is simply too many fears to fit in the day. We need a better way to fear. Join Jordan as he interviews experts about all the things that freak him out in his search to truthfully answer: Should I Be Scared Of This?
 
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Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama Podcast
 
In an isolated valley nestled in a mountain range near the sea, Mollyville thrives in a self-policing, self-sustainable community. It has beaches, cliffs, forests and a system of unknowably vast subterranean caverns that extend beyond sight. Social media is a construct of the past. No emails. No smart phones. No telephones. In this small community, a married man with a bitter ex-girlfriend struggles to maintain his cool, keep his woman and stay in character as things fall apart. Miles away, ...
 
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Logan Lerman and Alexandra Daddario: Meet the Filmmaker
 
Join actors Logan Lerman and Alexandra Daddario as they discuss “Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters,” the second film installment in the Percy Jackson series. The story follows the son of Poseidon (Lerman) and his friends as they embark on a quest to the Sea of Monsters to find the mythical Golden Fleece and to stop an ancient evil from rising.
 
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Our Changing Planet
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Our Changing Planet is an informative public television series about climate and environmental change, and opportunities to preserve Earth's life-sustaining natural resources for future generations. See visible, life-altering changes taking place globally as Earth's climate warms, from animal extinctions, to vanishing glaciers, to melting polar ice sheets and permafrost, to rising seas that threaten coastal communities and low lying islands. Learn about environmental damage from the corrosiv ...
 
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Eight Harvard Poets by Various Authors
 
"I will wade out till my thighs are steeped in burn- ing flowers I will take the sun in my mouth and leap into the ripe air Alive with closed eyes to dash against darkness in the sleeping curves of my body Shall enter fingers of smooth mastery with chasteness of sea-girls Will I complete the mystery of my flesh I will rise After a thousand years lipping flowers And set my teeth in the silver of the moon." -- E. Estlin Cummings in Crepuscule Eight Harvard Poets is a anthology of poetry by E. ...
 
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Halshack Indie Rockcast
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Halshack Indie Rockcast -----100k plays on Fandalism--top 5 at Mixcloud-- Top 8% social users earned expert in bands by Klear and expert badges for music/radio/indie/DJ by Klout--- been added to 90 lists on Twitter--featured on TrendwaveIm new to Podomatic so its time to ROCK!!BIG THANK YOU to all my fans, bands, and supporters. All these cool accolades would not be possible without YOU!!Halshack is a radio show, public relations manager, indie A&R rep, talent scout and band promo label....o ...
 
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Community Broadcast, Fridays @ Artisan Night Club Las Vegas
 
Community is currently on hiatus. Las Vegas, NV deep techno and underground house music night that was held every Sunday at The Artisan Botique Hotel, downtown, Las Vegas. Dedicated and seasoned taste-makers in the underground life style, Jeremiah Green (AZ), Steve Walker (LV), Steve Christmas (LV), and Rob Dub (LV) join forces to save Las Vegas from drowning in a sea of 'cheesy EDM at mega clubs in the city.' Partnering with a collective of the envelope-pushers local to Las Vegas, the natio ...
 
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Idris Elba: Meet the Actor
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Join actor Idris Elba ("The Wire," "Luther," "Prometheus") as he discusses his new film, "Pacific Rim." Directed by Guillermo del Toro, the action thriller starts with legions of monstrous creatures, known as Kaiju, rising from the sea to begin an apocalyptic war with humans. The world’s only hope is a special type of weapon: massive robots, called Jaegers, simultaneously controlled by two pilots whose minds are locked in a neural bridge.
 
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Steppin' Off The Edge
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Set your metaphysical sail beyond the final frontier. Voyage towards islands of innovation rising up from the sea of capitalistic opportunism. Our continuing mission to explore the strange machinations that have shaped our reality. To seek out new philosophies that are sustainable across every aspect of life. To boldly connect with those who have a spirit of novelty and co-create something better than what has gone before.
 
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By Pike and Dyke by HENTY, G. A.
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It is the 1570's, and the people of the Netherlands live in terror under the cruel dominion of Spain. Though many long to be free of Spanish tyranny, efforts at rebellion are failing, and allies are nowhere to be found. Edward “Ned” Martin, son of an English captain and a Dutch lady, is thrust into the conflict when he resolves to help his mother’s people and avenge his murdered relatives. Entering the service of the revolutionary leader William the Silent, Prince of Orange, Ned is called up ...
 
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Should I Be Scared of This?
Monthly
 
Comedian Jordan Foisy lives in a scary place. We all do. It’s called The World. From rising sea levels to war to worrying about being a bad friend, there are simply too many fears to fit in the day. We need a better way to fear. Join Jordan as he interviews experts about all the things that freak him out in his search to truthfully answer: Should I Be Scared Of This?
 
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The Mollyville Podcast
Weekly
 
In an isolated valley nestled in a mountain range near the sea, Mollyville thrives in a self-policing, self-sustainable community. It has beaches, cliffs, forests and a system of unknowably vast subterranean caverns that extend beyond sight. Social media is a construct of the past. No emails. No smart phones. No telephones. In this small community, a married man with a bitter ex-girlfriend struggles to maintain his cool, keep his woman and stay in character as things fall apart. Miles away, ...
 
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Captain Blood by Rafael Sabatini
 
An adventure novel with an unexpected hero, Captain Blood follows the unintended journey of chivalrous and well-educated gentleman Peter Blood, who without much choice was plunged into the world of piracy forcing him to leave his tranquil lifestyle behind. Sabatini first introduced his protagonist in a series of eight short stories published in magazine installments, until later weaving them together in 1922 as a novel. Set in the late 17th century, the novel begins with the image of Peter B ...
 
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Around the Cinema Podcast
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We rise like the phoenix as the Around The Cinema web series is reborn into... AROUND THE CINEMA PODCASTHere at Around the Cinema, we talk movies, and TV shows, and the entertainment business at large. We'll also be covering the Hollywood hustle, independent cinema and the goings on at the Box Office. Join Michael Schatz and his guests as they navigate the Hollywood seas!
 
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The Speak Up For Blue Podcast
Weekly+
 
The Speak Up For Blue Podcast raises awareness of the variety of ocean science and conservation projects conducted all around the world. It educates you, the listener, on the different Ocean Conservation Projects that are happening around the world. By listening to our guests, I hope to inspire you to live an ocean-friendly life through their stories and the information I provide to guide you towards a living a life that will be healthy for the Ocean. On the podcast episodes, I discuss, shar ...
 
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China Stories II
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In the last few decades, China has been experiencing tremendous changes in her economy, society and infrastructure. Her leaders dream about revival of the Chinese race: domestically, they want to lead nationals out of poverty towards a reasonable standard of living; internationally, they want to propel the realization of an economic corridor, via both land and sea, and draft a blueprint for a rising power. Leaders have dreams, but what do their subjects dream about? Each episode of “China St ...
 
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Follow Not the Crowd
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Economic doom and gloom, less jobs, tighter markets, less sales - there are plenty of reasons for workforces to fall into a sea of negativity and helplessness. The psychology of crowds tells us that people often follow the actions, opinions and mindsets of the majority of people. Sadly, history has shown us that crowds can often get it (very) wrong. We know that pessimism in the workplace can lead to reduced productivity and under utilization of skills. If your work culture has been in the h ...
 
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River Duddon: A Series of Sonnets, The by WORDSWORTH, William
 
Located in a part of Cumbria that was once part of Lancashire, the River Duddon rises in the high fells of the Lake District and flows for 25 miles through varied scenery before disappearing into the sands between Millom and Barrow-in-Furness. Wordsworth’s series of sonnets, inspired by his walks along the river, were written over a period of years, but are arranged so as to follow its downward course from the fells to the sea. Part One of this reading consists of the 33 sonnets and postscri ...
 
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The Unstruck Drum of Eternity: Poetry of Kabir
 
Continuing in the grand tradition of Rumi and Kahlil Gibran, explore the light within your own sensuality in the company of Kabir, the incomparable 15th century poet, weaver, mystic and musician of Benares."Open the window to the west, / In the sky of love, now be lost; / Drink the sweeter honey that steeps / And imbues with heat, the petals / Of the lotus of the heart's lips. / Receive the waves in your body: / What splendor is in the warm sea! / Hearken to the sounds of conches / And bells ...
 
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AUTHOR. (Photo:View of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky's harbour from Avacha Bay, with Mount Koryasky rising in the background. ) http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/contact http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/schedules Twitter: @BatchelorShow Island of the Blue Foxes: Disaster and Triumph on the World's Greatest Scientific Expedition (A Merloyd Lawrence Book) by S ...…
 
Jack Block Park seems like an unlikely leisure spot, tucked among railroad tracks and Port of Seattle cranes. But it also provides a panoramic view of West Seattle, downtown and Harbor Island. In maps created by Seattle Public Utilities, parts of Jack Block Park in West Seattle are colored red. Those are the areas that meteorologist and mapmake ...…
 
Jack Block Park seems like an unlikely leisure spot, tucked among railroad tracks and Port of Seattle cranes. But it also provides a panoramic view of West Seattle, downtown and Harbor Island. In maps created by Seattle Public Utilities, parts of Jack Block Park in West Seattle are colored red. Those are the areas that meteorologist and mapmake ...…
 
Episode 18.02 Featuring Drive This Episode’s Playlist: Drive – Inherit the Wind Voodoo Circle – Running Away from Love Ammunition – Freedom Finder Raintimes – Make My Day Leaves’ Eyes – Across the Sea QUOR – Life is a Hard Thing Kobra and the Lotus – Prevail Holly West – Justified Cosmic Wool – Hole for my Head The Killing Floor – Forgiving Not ...…
 
An epic nor'easter, a full moon high tide and a rising sea all conspired to swallow up Boston with an icy cold winter flood. What has been a somewhat rare event is believed in the coming years to become much more common due to the effects of climate change. Science correspondent Miles O’Brien reports on how Boston is preparing and whether it wi ...…
 
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The World Today full episode
 
On today's program: former Trump strategist Steve Bannon resigns from his Breitbart News Network; Australia's rising land and sea temperatures affecting farmers and marine life; and homelessness is jeopardising the education of thousands of children in Victoria.
 
New episodes on Fridays AEST. Note: If this episode doesn’t make each and every listener want to go out and a) download and play the free demo of Barael’s Legacy and b) listen to and buy all of The Sword’s albums and merch, then no episode of any podcast ever could. - Albert ‘Labouring In The Liquid Rites Of Leviathan…Spectres Slunk Around The ...…
 
On AM: more people contact police about the alleged behaviour of actor Craig McLachlan; rising sea temperatures are making almost all Great Barrier Reef green sea turtles female; and today is the first day same-sex couples can legally marry in Australia.
 
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Zane's World with Zane Lamprey & friends!
 
On the Garden Isle you can watch the sun rise atop a dormant volcano, swim with sea turtles, and jump off Black Rock into crystal blue water, and that's all before lunch! Whether you want to fill your days exploring, hiking to waterfalls in the rain forest, snorkeling to find the Humuhumnukunukuapua'a (the state fish), or just relaxing by the p ...…
 
While in Israel I heard a member of the Kibbutz Asdot Ya’ako Ichod tell us about being a Kibbutz nick. My travel group, Road Scholar, heard him speak while we stayed at a hotel owned by the Kibbutz. The hotel, Nos Ginossar, is located beside the Sea of Galilee. This recording will provide listeners with some insight into the modern Israeli Kibb ...…
 
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Ps Darin Browne @ Ignite Christian Church
 
Christmas means different things to different people. For some it’s a time of joy, a time to spend with family and good friends. For others it is a time of loneliness. For some it’s a thing of wonder, lights and magic, while for others it’s just a chance to take a few days off work, eat a bit and drink a lot. In the middle of all this, you migh ...…
 
Today’s episode, number 379, is about glaciers in what is now the Sahara Desert, and we’re going back 340 million years, to the Mississippian or Early Carboniferous Period of the Paleozoic Era. In the original daily episodes of this podcast back in 2014, when we got to the Mississippian in June, I had a very brief episode about glaciers in Aust ...…
 
Lt. Col Ed “Moose” Skowron Ed “Moose” Skowron accumulated more than 15,000 hours in the cockpits of both civilian and military aircraft. Some were combat missions over Laos that were not credited. However, it was his 99th combat mission in Vietnam that he remembers most. Ed wanted to be a pilot since he was a child. He wanted to fly for the Air ...…
 
Lt. Col Ed “Moose” Skowron Ed “Moose” Skowron accumulated more than 15,000 hours in the cockpits of both civilian and military aircraft. Some were combat missions over Laos that were not credited. However, it was his 99th combat mission in Vietnam that he remembers most. Ed wanted to be a pilot since he was a child. He wanted to fly for the Air ...…
 
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LifeBridge Community Church: Sermon Audio
 
When we look at the Christmas story we are amazed at what God is able to do. Today we are looking at a name for Jesus that we often sing about in carols this time of year – Immanuel. This name means God is able to do something that we likely know in theory but struggle to live like it’s true. Matthew 1:18–25 18 This is how the birth of Jesus th ...…
 
Most young people are concerned with juggling academic responsibilities, chores and maintaining a respectable social life. But there is always an exception to the norm. Meet Delaney Reynolds , published author, environmentalist and freshman at the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science. She is the founder of the ...…
 
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Desert Tiger Podcast
 
Three of the members of rising Canadian Pop Punk act Cheif State sit down with Colton to discuss how the idea of the band began in the U.K and thanks to Craigslist moved and began to thrive in Canada's west coast, the effort and drive it takes to take an idea from just that into a touring act that is traveling over seas. We also talk about road ...…
 
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Partakers Christian Podcasts
 
Part 5 - Jesus Christ' Resurrection and the Holy Spirit If you look at the principles on which the Movement is built (which I referred to in lesson 4) you will notice a very important fact. With all their teaching, not once do they go directly to the Bible! With every statement they make they first refer to their own books and the Watchtower in ...…
 
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Radio Tysnes International
 
RTI Weekly December special 🎄 • RTI Limited edition • Today's Tysnes weather: ☁️ • Rainy western Norway ☔️ • Apropos … • Tysnes ferry cancelled ⛴ • Billie Holiday: Stormy Weather • Sie hören Radio Tysnes International (Legs) 🎙📻 • Reksteren animosity put aside before Xmas 🤬 • Future Islands: Last Christmas (Wham! cover) • Freight vessel took a l ...…
 
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Ungagged!
 
Available FREE on iTunes and Podbean We've a real gift of a podcast for you this episode, since “gift” was our theme. Of course, we didn't all stick to the theme - this is Ungagged after all... In this episode, Red Raiph will be retelling The Raven, Em Dehaney will be talking about Christmas gifts and not always getting what you want, Chuck Ham ...…
 
According to one of many Haitian beliefs, we are born from water and so to water our souls return… but only for a year and a day, after our demise. Guetty Felin’s AYITI MON AMOUR is set in a land inhabited by spirits looking for their final resting place, mourners seeking closure and ordinary individuals engaged in a precarious dance of surviva ...…
 
Audio Video (Film clips have been cut from the video to avoid copyright infringement.) Sermon Notes Isaiah 9:1-5 Nevertheless, there will be no more gloom for those who were in distress. In the past he humbled the land of Zebulun and the land of Naphtali, but in the future he will honor Galilee of the Gentiles, by the way of the sea, along the ...…
 
The largest non-commercial marine mass mortality event on record (as of 2013) created a ‘natural experiment’ and an opportunity to study genomic changes in wild populations with unprecedented detail. Rather than observing only the aftermath—a team of researchers from UC Merced is reconstructing the population and genetic consequences of an epid ...…
 
The largest non-commercial marine mass mortality event on record (as of 2013) created a ‘natural experiment’ and an opportunity to study genomic changes in wild populations with unprecedented detail. Rather than observing only the aftermath—a team of researchers from UC Merced is reconstructing the population and genetic consequences of an epid ...…
 
The largest non-commercial marine mass mortality event on record (as of 2013) created a ‘natural experiment’ and an opportunity to study genomic changes in wild populations with unprecedented detail. Rather than observing only the aftermath—a team of researchers from UC Merced is reconstructing the population and genetic consequences of an epid ...…
 
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ALRN Podcasts
 
Apathy and Complacency have become the 'norm' in American society! Let's not sit on our hands doing NOTHING; you've got a decision to make, America! Let's rise above the sea of deceit and decrepitness and MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!http://americanlibertyradio.weebly.comhttp://www.patreon.com/americanlibertyradioEmail: americanlibertyradio@usa.com ...…
 
Whether you are a human dealing with rising sea levels in Bangladesh or the Netherlands, or a walrus losing habitat in the Arctic, global warming is happening. This latest podcast from The Barometer (by University of Manchester researchers) details the current situation, what is being done and what more could be done to limit and perhaps revers ...…
 
Description: “How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time!” Marketing can be an overwhelming endeavor. With the rise of social media platforms and strategies such as content marketing, a new entrepreneur can easily get lost in the sea of options that are available. The important thing to realize is you have to be measured and focused in your ...…
 
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