Best sea level rise podcasts we could find (Updated April 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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Climate Monitor
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Earth's Climate Channel is devoted to revealing climate and sea level rise risks and sharing solutions.
 
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 ...
 
The Blue Frontiers podcast is a show about seasteading, the environment, special economic zones, and innovation in science, technology, governance, and society itself. Blue Frontiers is focused on innovating with sustainable peaceful floating islands based on voluntary cooperation, to help communities adapt to sea level rise and to promote emergent and self-organized ways of living. The Blue Frontiers podcast is hosted by Nathalie Mezza-Garcia and is edited by Joe Wagner.
 
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Smart Pill
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Smart Pill is a podcast delivering concentrated knowledge on topics that are important to curious young professionals. Our goal? To help you talk and act more intelligently about the issues affecting your life. Produced by the WHRO Emerging Leaders Board, some episodes share recordings of our live salon series, while others, use interviews with experts to explore salon themes. Past themes: Sea Level Rise; the Impact of Digital Technology on Art; Diversity and Inclusion in Comics and Geek Cul ...
 
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Graduated from Chengdu TCM University Registered TCM Practitioner Tai Chi Quen and Qi Kung Master In 2011, Master Stanley was invited by Guangxi TCM University in China to help perform western research to prove the effectiveness of Traditional Chinese Medicine in healing a wide range of conditions. During this time, he amassed invaluable data a ...…
 
As sea levels rise, nuisance flooding is the first wave of assault on coastal cities. Can we protect our coasts from inundation, or is retreat inevitable?---Jeff Goodell, author of the New York Times award-winning book, The Water Will Come: Rising Seas, Sinking Cities, and the Remaking of the Civilized World, talks about the impact of rising se ...…
 
It goes without saying that climate change is part of the fabric of our lives these days, as rising sea levels, storms, and the other consequences of high-carbon economies start to take their toll on the environment. But Portland faces a unique set of climate challenges and has a unique opportunity to respond. We’ll be talking through those cha ...…
 
Testify Episode #46. Originally broadcast 03/21/2018 Rising Sons – Take a Giant Step (Columbia) Buffalo Springfield – Four Days Gone (Atco) Beachwood Sparks – The Calming Seas (SubPop) Blind Faith – Had To Cry Today (Atco) Gilberto Gil – Can’t Find My Way Home (Philips) Bee Gees – In My Own Time (Atco) Bee Gees – Red Chair Fade Away (Atco) Bee ...…
 
Every single day, we get an average of 300 digital messages, and in just a few seconds, we decide whether to answer or ignore those messages. Most of the time, we ignore them. This is... The post Digital Persuasion: Erin Gargan appeared first on Author Hour.
 
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 ...…
 
Polar scientist Marco Tedesco of Columbia University’s Earth Institute joins host Hari Sreenivasan to discuss how warmer winters are affecting our planet. He explains that Earth’s Polar Regions are sensitive enough that a difference of one degree can thaw ice, resulting in rises in sea levels and global implications. Tedesco also explains how w ...…
 
In this episode we revisit two authors we interviewed in 2017. Jeff Goodell is the author of The Water Will Come, a sobering look at what lies ahead as the world's oceans expand and rise due to climate change. A contributing editor to Rolling Stone, the New York based writer was inspired to write the book in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, wh ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Earth's Changing ClimateAuthor: The Great CoursesNarrator: Professor Richard WolfsonFormat: Original RecordingLength: 6 hrs and 9 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 07-08-13Publisher: The Great CoursesRatings: 4.5 of 5 out of 224 votesGenres: Science & ...…
 
Feeling the heat? Got questions to ask about climate change? You’re not alone. Dr Karl Kruszelnicki and Tim Flannery have investigated this vexing subject as thoroughly as anyone. They join Nick Rowley for an enlightening discussion that answers many of your questions and poses a few more. From melting ice caps to the effect of rising sea level ...…
 
People of the Pacific Islands are already feeling the ravages of climate change - be that loss of food production as sea levels rise, the erosion of shorelines, king tides, and the increased occurrence and severity of cyclones.But Pacific Islanders are speaking out. So on today’s show we are tuning-in to Pasifika voices and amplifying their mes ...…
 
For 200 years the inhabitant of the Fiji Village Vunisavisavi have vowed to never leave their homes. Now the effects of Climate Change are apparent. The sea level is rising. Will the villagers stay or will they break their vow?
 
For 200 years the inhabitant of the Fiji Village Vunisavisavi have vowed to never leave their homes. Now the effects of Climate Change are apparent. The sea level is rising. Will the villagers stay or will they break their vow?
 
In this episode, we look at how archeologists are working with native tribes to mitigate the impact of sea level rise on native burial sites. We explore mapping the complex webs of interdependence involved in one native fishery and how that sheds light on our own food systems. Our guest is Mike Newland, a professional Archaeologist from Sonoma ...…
 
Why does Sea Level Rise cause experts to say that Hampton Roads is headed for catastrophe? And is there anything that we, as individuals, can do about it? To get some answers, we invited Mary-Carson Stiff, Director of Policy at Wetlands Watch; Michael J. Allen, Ph.D., Climate Scientist and Assistant Professor of Geography at Old Dominion Univer ...…
 
We bound headlong into another episode where we inexplicably talk about Rihanna turning 30 for the SEO! Oh, and there's all the rest of this stuff below! 0:02:01 Cortex Command 0:11:45 Innerspace 0:12:50 Headlander 0:16:25 Pokemon Crystal - Nuzlocke Challenge 0:22:27 Sharknado 6 - This time with more time travel! 0:26:10 Marvel's global market ...…
 
Through the Melting Arctic Seas / Beyond the Headlines / Huge Reserves of Mercury Discovered in Arctic Permafrost / As Sea Levels Rise, Nantucket Shores Up Crumbling Beaches / The Telescope in the Ice: The Hunt for the Ghost Particle / Sea Lions at Play
 
According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, temperatures are expected to rise between 2.5 and 10 degrees Fahrenheit over the next century. This warming is expected to contribute to rising sea levels and the melting of glaciers and permafrost, as well as other climate-related effects. Now, research from the University of Missouri ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Erik Kraaij, Deputy Director with the Dutch Flood Protection Programme, talks about techniques used in the Netherlands which could be considered for flood defence in Ireland
 
In the 1970s it looked like the beloved, 200-year-old Cape Hatteras lighthouse was in danger. The sea was getting closer and threatening to swallow it up. And people were torn over what to do about it - they could move the lighthouse, or leave it in place and try to defend it against the forces of nature. For the next 30 years, the locals fough ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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