Best sea level rise podcasts we could find (Updated February 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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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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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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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 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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Trump's infrastructure proposal scam shifts costs onto states and cities, guts clean water and clean air regulations; Puerto Rico suffers a new blackout; Sea level rise is accelerating; PLUS: Tesla and South Australia team up to build the world's largest virtual power plant... All that and more in today's Green News Report!…
 
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Boston Calling
 
Levi Draheim, 10, is suing the US government over climate change with 20 other young people.Also: fishermen in Greenland are doing better than ever, and that’s in part thanks to climate change; instead of fighting global competition, Alaska's wild salmon industry (reluctantly) embraces it; a researcher imagines what the US would look like if se ...…
 
Brian Sefton and Merc Martinelli of Oakbio, a “Carbon Capture and Utilization” company, are interviewed on today's Planet Watch Radio podcast. Global emissions of carbon dioxide exceed 35 billion tons annually. These emissions are unsustainable and threaten the very habitability of our planet. Melting glaciers and ice caps, rising sea levels, u ...…
 
Coastal regions around the world have become increasingly crowded, intensively developed, and severely exploited. Hundreds of millions of people living in these low-lying areas are subject to short-term coastal hazards such as cyclones, hurricanes, and destruction due to El Niño, and are also exposed to the long-term threat of global sea-level ...…
 
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White Stone Fellowship
 
If you have your Bibles with you today you can go ahead and turn to Mark Chapter 10. If you don’t have a Bible with you, it will be on the screen. So some of you might be wondering how this came to be. That I’m up here getting ready to share the message with you even though it’s outside of my normal gifting and calling. Well, right as the churc ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Anchor Chris Escobar runs down the morning's top stories including the latest on Senator Al Franken's sexual harassment charges and new NASA measurements say sea levels are rising.Sports with Solomon Ladvienka.
 
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Living Planet - reports | Deutsche Welle
 
A new report shows rising CO2 levels in the atmosphere are about to make the world's oceans uninhabitable for many sea creatures, threatening entire ocean ecosystems.
 
Published on 24 Oct 2017. Author Jeff Goodell says that American cities are under threat from extreme weather, rising sea levels and lax enforcement of environmental regulations. His new book is 'The Water Will Come.' Also, comedian and 'Fresh Air' commentator Zahra Noorbakhsh talks about how the rise in hate crimes has made her more cautious o ...…
 
Invisible I stay up later than most people, so I was still awake and playing computer games when the crash happened. Tires screeched before I heard a tremendous crunching of metal. I thought it was just a simple car accident outside until an emerald spray of light flared out from the street and through the neighbourhood before me—and when I say ...…
 
If you like what you hear, please give us a 5 star review, so that others can find us! We appreciate your support. In this episode of Winephabet Street, we discuss Etna. The wine region located in Sicily that creates and exceptional wine, but is at the mercy of the most active volcano on the planet. Locally called "Mongibello," Mt. Etna is Euro ...…
 
http://archives.kfuo.org/mp3/TSW/TSW_Oct_18_2017.mp3 • Download Audio File | Open Player in New Window Hosted by Rev. Will Weedon, LCMS Director of Worship and International Center Chaplain. With guest Rev. Thomas Eckstein from Concordia Lutheran Church in Jamestown, North Dakota. Looking Ahead: Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 24) Intr ...…
 
Sea levels continue to rise due to climate change, and some countries may vanish into the ocean by 2050. The most at-risk is the South Pacific island nation of Kiribati. Coastal erosion and freshwater contamination could make Kiribati uninhabitable in the next 30 years. AJ+ traveled there to find out how its people are facing their uncertain fu ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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Official Sicart Associates's Podcast
 
Life in a shrinking economy, a forgotten concept We have forgotten what it’s like to experience a shrinking economy. The economic tailwinds we’ve enjoyed for decades, however, are beginning to turn into headwinds: demographics, consumer behavior and most of all --- the debt mega-cycle. What has worked so well in the investment world for the las ...…
 
HOW TO SAVE A FORTUNE, AND MAKE MONEY IN THESE PERILOUS TIMES? It’s obvious to us that the US equity market is overheated, and that we are due for what may prove to be one of the biggest corrections ever recorded. We don’t claim to know when exactly it will happen, how much stocks will decline, and for how long. We are no prognosticators, we ar ...…
 
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Ps Darin Browne @ Ignite Christian Church
 
"If-Not" Faith is the type of faith that keeps on going, keeps on believing and keeps on standing no matter the consequences, no matter the opposition and no matter even the result. So how can you obtain this kind of faith? Listen and find out... With this plebiscite and decision that our country faces, I’ve been asked a few time whether I will ...…
 
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Ps Darin Browne @ Ignite Christian Church
 
"If-Not" Faith is the type of faith that keeps on going, keeps on believing and keeps on standing no matter the consequences, no matter the opposition and no matter even the result. So how can you obtain this kind of faith? Listen and find out... With this plebiscite and decision that our country faces, I’ve been asked a few time whether I will ...…
 
Seasteading began as a thought experiment: imagine a sovereign Libertarian utopia in international waters, far from the reach of any government. Over the last decade, this dream has inched closer and closer to reality. But establishing a completely independent floating city in the ocean isn't simple--or cheap. The Seasteading Institute compromi ...…
 
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The Tomorrow's Jobs Podcast
 
Lennie Grimaldi, a longtime journalist, political marketing guru, and the owner and operator of OnlyinBridgeport.com, sits down with Brett to discuss the current state of media and government in the state's largest city and statewide. Here's a full-text transcript: Lennie Grimaldi: Okay. Fire away. Brett Broesder: Welcome to The Tomorrow's Jobs ...…
 
Have you considered how you can downsize your personal carbon footprint, or if it’s even possible? Do you wonder what local government is doing to prepare for sea level rise?By digital@khsu.org.
 
Norfolk, Virginia, has made headlines for tackling sea level rise and coastal flooding head-on. We talk with the city's Chief Resilience Officer and Planning Director about their collaboration, the goals of their Resilience Strategy and innovative ways of thinking and doing they are testing on the ground.…
 
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Heyman Center for the Humanities at Columbia University Podcasts
 
New Books in the Arts and Sciences at Columbia University: a podcast featuring audio from the New Books Series at Columbia University and interviews with the speakers and authors.The Seasons Alterby Philip Kitcher and Evelyn Fox KellerA landmark work of environmental philosophy that seeks to transform the debate about climate change.As the icec ...…
 
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