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Best Suzanne Moore podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Suzanne Moore podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Planet Haliburton puts an environmental, economic, and social justice lens on a wide range of issues; from climate change, to biodiversity loss, to toxic substances in our air, water and food. This show is brought to you by Canoe FM, community radio from the Haliburton Highlands! www.canoefm.com
 
Overdue is a podcast about the books you've been meaning to read. Join Andrew and Craig each week as they tackle a new title from their backlog. Classic literature, obscure plays, goofy murder mysteries: they'll read it all, one overdue book at a time.
 
Advancing Entrepreneur is a podcast created for you the entrepreneur who wants to be successful, inspired, motivated and who wants to celebrate those who are already succeeding. If you are looking for inspiration during your workout time, personal time, or when you are doing something mundane like the dishes, join Suzanne Tregenza Moore and her mission-driven entrepreneurial guests. They’ll share their ups, their downs, mindset guidance, success strategies, favorite tech solutions and everyt ...
 
Hello and welcome to Good Morning Zompoc. GMZ is now in its third season. Season one and two were set in post zombie apocalypse Britain. Now GMZ has escaped the end of the world and based firmly in reality. (kind of) GMZ is an entertainment podcast for fans of Zombie Fiction. Your hosts: Marc & Bex. Discuss all of the latest news and information in the Zombie Fiction world. Their focus is on books and authors, but on occasion they will also discuss films, TV and video games too. They also in ...
 
Starting March 7, 2010 - join us at our new branded network channel http://blogtalkradio.com/favecrafts. Enjoy the archived Inspired at Home Radio episodes here. Hosted by BlogTalkRadio FEATURED HOST Tiffany Windsor, this creative lifestyle program treats listeners to lively conversation including creative tips, project ideas, product reviews and creative lifestyle interviews. It's all about ideas for living a creative life!
 
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This week we bring you two mysterious disappearances. Why did it take 18 days for people to notice 8-year-old Relisha Rudd was missing? And how did 24-year-old Unique Harris vanish from her apartment without the glasses that were critical to helping her see? Please join us in supporting blackandmissinginc.com Sources for this episode cannot be list…
 
What better way to celebrate a milestone episode than to make a bunch of teenagers fight each other to the death? Join us as we discuss the first entry in Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games trilogy, taking particular delight in its worldbuilding and its protagonist Katniss Everdeen. We also get into some of the film-informed Discourse that has surrounde…
 
Ever wonder about the environmental footprint associated with what happens to your body after you die? How does the carbon intensity of a conventional burial in a finished casket surrounded by a concrete vault, for example, compare to the carbon emissions caused by cremation? The Green Burial Movement has been at the forefront of raising inconvenie…
 
Welcome to Febuwary! This week’s episode is a follow-up of sorts to Episode 291, in which Andrew read Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With The Wind. The Wind Done Gone is labeled a “parody” for legal reasons but it feels somewhere in between a sequel and a critique, acknowledging the strong characters of the original but tearing down its rose-tinted nosta…
 
Jane, Arnna, and Grant Beaumont left their home in Adelaide to go swimming at the beach on Australia Day 1966 and were never seen again. Their disappearance changed Australian life forever. Sources for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit https://crimejunkiepodcast.com/missing-bea…
 
On the next episode of PH we take a close look at the role Haliburton’s wetlands play in limiting future climate change as well as adapting to the warming already in the pipeline. Ontario is home to an astounding 25% of Canada’s and 6% of the world’s wetlands. Haliburton’s almost 20,000 acres of wetlands, sequester a huge amount of carbon, filter o…
 
The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids commence with a new teacher who just MIGHT be a vampire! It's time to get to the undead bottom of this...or is it? We recorded this week's show with Alli from the SSR Podcast, a great show you should check out if you want a trip down memory lane to your middle school library. We were really honored to be inc…
 
On the next episode of Planet Haliburton we take a hard look at the climate crisis and the health of Ontario’s Boreal Forest. Discussion about slowing down, stopping, or even reversing greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere place a lot of faith in the world’s forests as virtually inexhaustible carbon storehouses. But are Canada’s and Ontar…
 
Inspired by the raunchy humor and biblical events of Christopher Moore's take on Jesus, we recorded a rowdy bonus episode with our rollicking Patreon chat. Want to join us for the next bonus recording? Head to patreon.com/overduepod to find out how.By Andrew Cunningham and Craig Getting
 
On Friday December 20, 2019 the last vehicle rolled off the assembly line at the GM Oshawa Plant throwing 5,000 direct employees out of work as well as eliminating an additional 10,000 indirect supplier jobs across Ontario. On September 13, 2019, in the middle of the federal election campaign, Green Jobs Oshawa and the Canadian Worker Co-op Federat…
 
The Mists of Avalon is a seminal work of fantasy fiction that centers the women of Arthurian legend such as Morgan Le Fay. Its author was a terrible person. We talk about the terrible stuff first, and then we try to unpack why the book has entertained and resonated with so many. Also - don't spend any money on this book! Donate to www.rainn.org ins…
 
Ever get frustrated when told that you need to get rid of something because it’s cheaper to trash it than repair it? Repairs Cafes, active in 1500 locations across 33 countries, bring people together with a communities of local “fixers” to provide an alternative to just junking stuff that breaks down. On the next episode of Planet Haliburton we’re …
 
Andrew's got the week off so Craig's wife Laura joins the show again to talk about Kate Grenville's award-winning novel The Secret River. The story is an an attempt to tell more truthfully the British settlement of Australia, as through the eyes of one man sent to the penal colony that would ultimately become the country we know today. The violence…
 
With senior levels of government repeatedly failing to meet their own voluntary targets under international climate change agreements, the call has gone out for political and economic leaders at the municipal and community level to step into the breach.In Haliburton County, the Four Townships have each opted into a County-wide Climate Change Planni…
 
In this episode we are talking to Danielle and her son Conor about strengths and how importance they are! Building on the Five Moore Minutes Episode: What's your genius?! released earlier this month! We talk about parenting and pizza and support and Down Syndrome and life and everything! Have a listen and get to know two incredible people who have …
 
This week, we're joined once again by Gwen and Frank from the New York Public Library's The Librarian Is In podcast, this time to talk about Ken Kesey's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (and the movie of the same name). It's a discussion of narrator reliability, "boy books," and the long and fruitful career of Louise Fletcher.…
 
Join co-hosts Greg Roe and Terry Moore for a discussion on how the increasing awareness of the relationship between septic systems and algae-causing phosphorus pollution of Haliburton Lakes has got Township Councils across Haliburton County moving toward some form of mandatory septic system inspection. At the same time, concerns about potential sur…
 
Ever wonder about the ecological impact of industrial agriculture? How about the energy and other inputs going into the industrial livestock industry as well as the massive and growing levels of organic waste and greenhouse gas emissions generated in the process? Join co-hosts Terry Moore and Greg Roe for a conversation with Professor Tony Weis, in…
 
The January 29, 2018 episode of Planet Haliburton will feature an interview with Geoff Coulson, Weather Preparedness Meteorologist with Environment Canada, focusing on extreme weather notifications and other information available to individuals and communities trying to adapt to the increased incidence of extreme weather associated with climate cha…
 
Join hosts Terry Moore and Greg Roe for a conversation with Paul MacInnes, chair of the Coalition of Haliburton Property Owners Associations (CHA) about the CHA’s 4-year “Love Your Lake” Healthy Shorelines Project. With 47 lakes and over 800km of shoreline assessed to date, the interim results show that natural shorelines have been taking a beating…
 
Residential, commercial, and industrial buildings are the third largest source of carbon emissions in Ontario accounting for about 37% of energy use and 20% of C02 emissions. Emissions have been going up within the sector at a time when we need to be making serious reductions. Passive building methods are one way to achieve dramatic improvements in…
 
Join hosts Terry Moore and Greg Roe for a conversation with University of Alberta Political Economy Professor, Gord Laxer, about his 2015 best-selling book “After the Sands: Energy and Ecological Security for Canadians. Adria Vasil, best selling author of the Ecoholic book series, is an environmental writer with Now Magazine. She will be joining us…
 
Is there an economic model that can provide good living standards for everyone without destroying the planet? Join us for a discussion of these and related questions with Richard Swift, author of the 2014 book “SOS: Alternatives to Capitalism”. We’ll also have an update on the Haliburton Highlands Land Trust’s Bat Project with Paul Heaven and Sheil…
 
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