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A World of Possibilities

A World of Possibilites is an award-winning one hour weekly radio program that penetrates behind the headlines to uncover the deeper meanings of events. It offers in-depth analysis, informed commentary and an exploration of new approaches to our most challenging problems. Our aim is to open minds and inspire new possibilities.

Please go to their webpage to find a complete listing of many high quality audio programs: http://www.aworldofpossibilities.com/. Also subscribe to the podcast via their RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/AWorldOfPossibilities

Here are descriptions from their website of a few of their Audio Shows related to Environmental Issues:

====>Click to hear "Surf and Turf" 05-08-07

What do ocean waves and cow manure have in common? What can both contribute to the survival of the species? Listen in as we plumb the depths of the sea and dairy barn sludge hoping to emerge with new and renewable energy to power our homes and lives without imperiling the planet.

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====>Click to hear "Dirty Business" 4-10-07

Dirty Business: The Uncertain Quest to Clean Up Coal

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====>Click to hear "This Far and No More" 3-10-07

This Far and No More: The Fight to Save the Wyoming Range

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====>Click to hear "Gourmet Nation" 1-23-07

Gourmet Nation: The New American Cuisine

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====>Click to hear "Fished Out" 1-9-07

Fished Out: Draining the Seas of Their Bounty

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====>Click to hear "Green Dreams" 11-21-06

Green Dreams: Reviving the Late, Great State of California

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====>Click to hear "Healing Harvest" 10-10-06

Healing Harvest: Agricultural Innovators Plant Seeds of Renewal

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====>Click to hear "Sipping Seawater" 8-15-06

Sipping Seawater: Desalination in a Thirsty World

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====>Click to hear "Savoring Swine" 6-27-06

Savoring Swine: The Economics and Politics of Pork

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====>Click to hear "Wedding Wilderness with Humanness" 6-13-06

Wedding Wilderness with Humanness: The Boulder White Clouds Experiment

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====>Click to hear "Mired in Mining" 5-16-06

Mired in Mining: Tar Sands and Oil Shale in the North American West

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====>Click to hear "Switchgrass & Biomass" 4-25-06

Switchgrass & Biomass: Tapping Energy from Plant Waste

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====>Click to hear "Changing the Climate on Climate Change" 1-31-06

So Whatcha Gonna Do About It? Changing the Climate on Climate Change

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====>Click to hear "Turning Tides" 1-24-06

Turning Tides: The Growing Threats of Rising Seas

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====>Click to hear "Richer Than We Know" 1-10-06

Richer Than We Know: Reclaiming Our Natural Inheritance

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====>Click to hear "Where the Wind Blows" 12-13-05

Where the Wind Blows: Hurricane Katrina & Global Climate Change

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====>Click to hear "Sand & Civilization" 8-30-05

Sand & Civilization: Combating Worldwide Desertification

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====>Click to hear "King Coal" 7-12-05

King Coal: The Industrial Workhorse Moves West

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====>Click to hear "A Diamond in the Rough" 7-5-05

A Diamond in the Rough: Chemicals, Community and Environmental Equity in Louisiana's Cancer Alley

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====>Click to hear "Wrangling Over Energy" 6-21-05

Wrangling Over Energy: The Struggle for the Soul and Soil of the American West

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====>Click to hear "Launching the Renewable Revolution" 5-31-05

New Economy of the West: Launching the Renewable Revolution

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====>Click to hear "Reuse, Recycle, Redesign" 5-10-05

Reuse, Recycle, Redesign: Producers Taking the Lead

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====>Click to hear "Cradle to Cradle" 3-22-05

Cradle to Cradle: Cleaning Up the E-Waste Trade

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====>Click to hear "Exploring E-Waste" 2-22-05

Exploring E-Waste: When Gadgets Become Garbage

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====>Click to hear "Hybrid Vehicles" 12-21-04

Hybrid Vehicles: Electrifying the Internal Combustion Engine

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====>Click to hear "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" 9-21-04

Bridge Over Troubled Waters: Seeking Confluence in the Klamath River Controversy

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====>Click to hear "The Mercury Menace" 8-3-04

Lethal Legacy: The Mercury Menace

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====>Click to hear "The Bottled Water Bonanza" 2-3-04

Sold Down the River: The Bottled Water Bonanza

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====>Click to hear "Private Water, Public Interest" 1-27-04

Private Water, Public Interest

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====>Click to hear "Saving Paper, Saving Trees" 12-16-03

Saving Paper, Saving Trees: Wood Fiber Alternatives

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====>Click to hear "Ancient Forests: Saving the Elders" 12-9-03

Ancient Forests: Saving the Elders

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====>Click to hear "Thirsting for Profits" 6-17-03

Thirsting for Profits

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Redeye - Rabble Podcast Network

The Redeye podcast on the Rabble Podcast Network has many high quality audio programs, Please go to their webpage to find a complete listing: http://www.rabble.ca/rpn/podcast.php?id=rey. Also subscribe to the podcast via their RSS feed: http://www.rabble.ca/rpn/rey/feed/

Here are descriptions from their website of a few of their Audio Shows related to Environmental Issues:

====>Click to hear "The mystery of the disapperaring honey bees"

May 16, 2007 | 14.2 Mb| 15 Min. It's called colony collapse disorder and it threatens bees in the U.S. and Europe. Geneticist Joe Cummins talks about some of the reasons scientists think it's happening.

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====>Click to hear "Harper's plan on climate change"

May 7, 2007 | 14 Mb| 15 Min. Al Gore calls it a fraud. Canadian environmentalists call it embarrassing. Louise Comeau analyzes the plan and says it's designed to mislead.

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====>Click to hear "Green parties evolution in Europe and North America"

April 28, 2007 | 13 Mb| 14 Min. For the past 30 years, Green parties have been a part of electoral politics in much of the Western world. Their relationship with the grassroots has evolved considerably since their early days.

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====>Click to hear "War and the environment"

April 22, 2007 | 12 Mb| 13 Min. Modern warfare is one of the biggest environmental disasters a country can experience - and it's largely fuelled by the addiction to oil.

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====>Click to hear "Sustainable agriculture in Cuba"

April 21, 2007 | 10.2 Mb| 11 Min. Cuba has successfully moved from the large-scale, state-run agriculture practiced in the Soviet era to a newer, more community-based model.

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====>Click to hear "Huge Nova Scotia landfill next to black community"

April 20, 2007 | 12.7 Mb| 13 Min. Lincolnville residents are calling it environmental racism. We speak with James Desmond, one of the people in the Save Lincolnville campaign.

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====>Click to hear "Global warming and the rights of the Inuit"

April 19, 2007 | 13.2 Mb| 14 Min. Nobel Peace prize nominee Sheila Watt-Cloutier talks about the case she brought to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in New York.

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====>Click to hear "Vandana Shiva on the new green revolution"

April 18, 2007 | 13 Mb| 14 Min. An interview with Dr. Vandana Shiva on the failures of the first green revolution and the dangers of a second.

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====>Click to hear "How biofuels could starve the poor"

April 17, 2007 | 11.1 Mb| 12 Min. The enormous volume of corn required by the ethanol industry is sending shock waves through the food system, according to Benjamin Senauer of the University of Minnesota.

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====>Click to hear "The myth of biofuels"

March 28, 2007 | 9 Mb| 9 Min. The production of biofuels has human and environmental costs for the global South.

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====>Click to hear "Pine beetle infestation leads to risk of flooding"

March 18, 2007 | 11.8 Mb| 12 Min. With a very deep snowpack and millions of hectares devastated by pine beetles, the B.C. government needs to re-think its plans to log out the dead trees.

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====>Click to hear "More miles of highway, fewer greenhouse gases?"

March 12, 2007 | 13.3 Mb| 14 Min. The B.C. government is planning to dramatically expand road construction in the Lower Mainland, but stay on target to reduce emissions. Critics say it can't be done.

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====>Click to hear "Opposing terminator technology for seeds"

March 2, 2007 | 12.7 Mb| 13 Min. Gardeners on Vancouver Island are raising awareness about this threat to the world's farmers.

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====>Click to hear "Taku River watershed under threat"

February 23, 2007 | 13.3 Mb| 14 Min. Vancouver-based mining company plans to use Alaska’s largest salmon-producing river as a transportation route.

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====>Click to hear "Canadian mining company behind violent evictions in Guatemala"

February 20, 2007 | 15.4 Mb| 16 Min. Vancouver-based Skye Resources sanctions removal of Mayans from their ancestral lands.

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====>Click to hear "Vancouver Island forests deregulated"

February 17, 2007 | 10.3 Mb| 11 Min. An area twice the size of Greater Vancouver has had its environmental protections completely removed.

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====>Click to hear "Step It Up 2007"

February 14, 2007 | 10.9 Mb| 11 Min. Putting the pressure on governments to act on climate change.

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====>Click to hear "Nuclear industry paints itself green"

February 6, 2007 | 10.8 Mb| 11 Min. Environmental activists have asked the Competition Bureau to investigate a series of ads for nuclear power on TV in Ontario

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====>Click to hear "Tar sands production to increase five-fold"

January 31, 2007 | 12.5 Mb| 13 Min. The U.S. drive to reduce dependency on Middle East oil is cranking up the demand for Canadian oil.

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EcoTalk

Each day, Monday through Friday, Betsy Rosenberg and her guests bring you environmental news, views and voices from the frontlines of the sustainability movement. The EcoTalk Blog webpage offers a complete listing of many quality audio programs: http://www.ecotalkblog.com/.

Please subscribe to the podcast via their RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/Ecotalk

Here is a very brief example of the many many high quality audio programs that can be found at EcoTalk Blog Webpage:

June 3, 2006
Davis Guggenheim

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Davis Guggenheim, Director of An Inconvenient Truth talks about the movie.

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August 11, 2006
Al Gore

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Betsy talks with with Al Gore about An Inconvenient Truth.

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August 11, 2006
EPA Scientists Protest

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Shana Weber talks with with Francesca Grifo, Director of the Scientific Integrity Program for the Union of Concerned Scientists about EPA Scientists Protesting Pending Pesticides Approvals via a letter sent to EPA's Director. The fact that this letter had to be sent at all is an utter disgrace but, even more disgraceful, is the likelihood that this warning will be disregarded by an agency that is supposed to be protecting public health and the environment.

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June 14, 2006
Vital Signs

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Erik Assadourian from the WorldWatch Institute talks about the just-released report aptly titled "Vital Signs" which takes the pulse of current global trends: Food, Agricultural Resources, Communications and Transportation, Energy and Climate, Environment, Global Economy, Resource Economics, Health and Disease, Population and Society, War and Conflict.

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TheWatt Podcast

theWatt Podcast http://www.thewatt.com/article-category-2.html, present a great mix of weekly energy news, discussion, and interviews. Subscribe to the podcast via their RSS feed: http://www.thewatt.com/podcast.rss

Here are descriptions from their website of a few of their Audio Shows related to Environmental Issues:

====>Click to hear "theWatt Podcast 68 - 30 Jul 2006"

Texas overtakes California in terms of wind capacity, still can't compare to Wyoming though. S&P's thinks that $100 oil won't be fun but not a guaranteed recession. Congressional hearings about the hockey stick curve and some other business with China and a bit more.

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====>Click to hear "theWatt Podcast 67 part 2 - July 23, 2006"

Dr. Ulf Bossel, organizer of the Lucerne Fuel Cell Forum, talks about the future of the hydrogen economy and the more efficient electron economy.

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====>Click to hear "theWatt Podcast 67 part 1 - July 23, 2006"

Panel discussion with Jeff, Vivienne, Robb and Mike covering the death of hydrogen, Tesla EV, Smart EV, warming trends, carbon sequestration, Yucca Mountain. For more, check out http://www.thewatt.com

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====>Click to hear "theWatt Podcast 66 - 16 Jul 2006"

Arne Jacobson and Sass Peress discuss the thin-film solar scandal. For more, check out http://www.thewatt.com

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====>Click to hear "theWatt Podcast 65 - 9 Jul 2006"

John, Mike, Chris and I talk about: Ralph Klein blasts Al Gore over oil sands comment, Wal-Mart talking to Al Gore about sustainability issues, DuPont and BP team up on butanol, Shell says biofuels are wrong, and some solar news. For more, check out http://www.thewatt.com

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====>Click to hear "theWatt Podcast 64 - 2 Jul 2006"

John Kerry, Charles Shumer talking about energy, Supreme court could decide on CO2 emissions, Japan's CO2 sequestration plans, Toyota talking about plug-in hybrids, Ford shifting focus away from hybrids, solar silicon shortage to end in 2008, Cape Wind in the clear. For more, check out http://www.thewatt.com

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====>Click to hear "theWatt Podcast 63 part 2 - 25 Jun 2006"

Conversation with Bill Kemp about off-grid living. Bill wrote The Renewable Energy Handbook. For more, check out http://www.thewatt.com

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====>Click to hear "theWatt Podcast 63 part 1 - 25 Jun 2006"

General review of the world's energy situation and some solutions. For more, check out http://www.thewatt.com

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====>Click to hear "theWatt Podcast 62 - 18 Jun 2006"

Panel discussion with Mike, Jeff and Ed. We spoke about my experiences driving a fuel cell car, the BP statistical review, some oil sands developments, floating Russian nuclear power plant and the largest PV installation in Portugal. For more, check out http://www.thewatt.com

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====>Click to hear "theWatt Podcast 61 - 11 Jun 2006"

Panel discussion with Ryan, Calvin and Dave. We spoke about the global warming tipping point, China's pollution problems, Toyota Prius sales and Greenspan comments. For more, check out http://www.thewatt.com

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====>Click to hear "theWatt Podcast 60 part 2 - 5 Jun 2006"

Bill Kemp, author of the new book Biodiesel Basics and Beyond is on the show for a conversation about biodiesel. For more, check out http://www.thewatt.com

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====>Click to hear "theWatt Podcast 60 part 1 - 5 Jun 2006"

Fuel cells in laptops, Iran's oil threats, Al Gore's movie doing well and the back of the envelope. For more, check out http://www.thewatt.com

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====>Click to hear "theWatt Podcast 59 part 2 - 28 May 2006"

Tad Patzek, prof from Berkeley is on the show talking about ethanol's energy balance. Check out http://www.theWatt.com for more.

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====>Click to hear "theWatt Podcast 59 part 1 - 28 May 2006"

Robb, John, Dave, and I talk about the EU carbon trading scheme controversy and also Bush's push for nuclear power in the US. Check out http://www.theWatt.com for more.

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====>Click to hear "theWatt Podcast 58 - 21 May 2006"

Ryan, Jeff, Mike and I talk about offshore wind in Texas, Bonn Kyoto meetings and Canada, Nuclear power in the UK and how fuel prices don't change anything. Check out http://www.theWatt.com for more.

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Earthwatch Radio

The Earthwatch Radio Podcast is located at this URL http://ewradio.org/description_podcast.aspx Please visit the site to find a complete listing of many high quality audio programs. Also subscribe to the podcast via their RSS feed: http://ewradio.org/podcast/current/

Here are descriptions from their website of a few of their Audio Shows related to Environmental Issues:

====>Click to hear "Protecting the Prescription" 12/25/2006

Some medical discoveries started with compounds from plants and animals, and that might be a good argument for protecting more of them.

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====>Click to hear "Trying to Get off the Hook" 12/18/2006

Canadian officials introduce new rules for fishing in the waters of an Ontario wilderness.

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====>Click to hear "Stomata Science" 12/11/2006

Researchers are taking a closer look at the way plants use a common greenhouse gas.

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====>Click to hear "Glacial Changes" 12/04/2006

http://av.aqua.wisc.edu/Earthwatch/Audio/20061204.mp3

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====>Click to hear "What's in the Water?" 11/27/2006

Veterinarians and other animal experts report high levels of disease in marine mammals, and they say people are part of the problem.

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====>Click to hear "Hunting the Hunter" 11/20/2006

A new book says prehistoric people were not mighty hunters -- in fact, they might have been the hunted instead.

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====>Click to hear "Fish Without Oxygen" 11/13/2006

The waters off the coast of Oregon had almost no oxygen this summer, and this kind of "dead zone" is becoming an annual affair.

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====>Click to hear "New Look at the Gales of November" 11/06/2006

Weather experts draw a new picture of a legendary storm on the Great Lakes.

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====>Click to hear "Too Far to Swim" 10/30/2006

Polar bears in parts of the Arctic are on thin ice, and sometimes they're not on ice at all.

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====>Click to hear "Problems Handling Heat" 10/23/2006

Heat waves can be more dangerous to people than hurricanes or tornadoes, but people don't always pay attention to the warnings.

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====>Click to hear "Stress in Southern California" 10/16/2006

There's a lot of stress in Southern California along the well-known San Andreas Fault.

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====>Click to hear "Designing a Cancer Cure" 10/09/2006

Maps of marine molecules might provide a guide for fighting cancer.

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====>Click to hear "When the Grass Was Greener" 10/02/2006

Big mammoths and ancient humans once found that the grass was quite green in Alaska.

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====>Click to hear "Deer Data" 09/25/2006

Drivers in the United States have hundreds of thousands of accidents every year when they run into deer on the highways.

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====>Click to hear "Way Down Deep" 09/18/2006

Scientists use a robot and a vacuum cleaner to check out fish at the bottom of Lake Michigan.

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====>Click to hear "How Green is a Soybean?" 09/11/2006

A new study might add fuel to the debate over renewable sources of energy.

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====>Click to hear "Bird Herder" 09/04/2006

The City of Chicago is using dogs to herd birds and keep them away from public beaches.

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====>Click to hear "Change in service for Earthwatch Radio until spring 2007" 09/01/2006

The Earthwatch Radio project is changing its production schedule for radio programming, Web content, email and podcasts.

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====>Click to hear "Fear Pressure" 08/31/2006

Peer pressure often leads outdoor expeditions into risky situations.

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====>Click to hear "Story Time is Timeless" 08/30/2006

A storyteller uses ancient tales to convey modern messages about the environment.

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====>Click to hear "Farewell, Alvin" 08/29/2006

A deep-sea submersible heads toward retirement after 40 years of service.

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====>Click to hear "Drama of the Deep" 08/28/2006

Scientists go to great depths to study marine predators that are big, dangerous and surprisingly sensitive.

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====>Click to hear "The Washington Elm" 08/25/2006

A famous elm tree in New England represented a factual myth but an actual truth, according to the author of a new book.

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====>Click to hear "Naturally Honest" 08/24/2006

When you look at the natural world, what you see is what you get, and a biologist says what you get is a close look at truth.

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====>Click to hear "Lost and Found" 08/23/2006

Getting lost in the wilderness can be terrifying. Experts say a few simple rules greatly increase your chance of survival.

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====>Click to hear "Ticks On The Move" 08/22/2006

Lyme disease is spreading to new areas, and climate change might be to blame.

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====>Click to hear "Beyond The Tailpipe" 08/16/2006

A close look at roadside dirt has found a mix of toxic ingredients.

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====>Click to hear "A Dry Future on the Prairie" 08/15/2006

The western prairies of Canada might be in for a very long dry spell. European immigrants started to settle the western prairies of Canada more than 100 years ago, and they did it during a time when water was abundant. Scientists say those prairies are now heading toward prolonged drought as a result of climate warming and other changes. In fact, the title of a recent article in The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences described it as an "impending water crisis."

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====>Click to hear "The Present Ice Age" 08/11/2006

The Earth is in the midst of a long-running ice age. We've just taken a little break, according to an expert.

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====>Click to hear "Strange Behavior by Polar Bears" 08/10/2006

Some polar bears have turned to cannibalism to eat, and that's an unusual turn of events.

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====>Click to hear "Problems for the Low Life" 08/09/2006

A study of people and physical geography finds a lot of problems for a lot of people who live close to the sea.

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====>Click to hear "When Waves Meet Wells" 08/04/2006

After the tsunami of 2004, people ran into problems finding water that's fit to drink.

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====>Click to hear "Avoiding The Big Chill" 07/31/2006

Some scientists say global warming could produce local cooling in Europe and North America.

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====>Click to hear "Antarctica's Negative Balance" 07/26/2006

Precise measurements from satellites show big changes in the ice that covers Antarctica.

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====>Click to hear "Eco-Efficient Business" 07/21/2006

Economists are trying to help companies find a balance between economic benefits and environmental costs.

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The Earthwatch Radio Podcasts are too numerous to list. Please visit their site to hear the many other podcasts. Here is only a partial list:

07/19/2006 Toxic Bodies - Alison Coulson
07/18/2006 Shorelines on the Move - Kathleen Schmitt
07/17/2006 Antarctica's Hidden Watershed - Adam M. Hinterthuer
07/11/2006 Allergies on the Rise - Alison Coulson
07/10/2006 Out to the Exurbs - Steve Pomplun
07/07/2006 Hurricane Blues - Adam M. Hinterthuer
07/03/2006 Plants and Weather Predictions - John Karl
06/30/2006 Rabbit Feat - Steve Pomplun
06/27/2006 Conservation Comes First - Steve Pomplun
06/22/2006 More Fuel for Hurricanes - Elizabeth Katt-Reinders
06/14/2006 Saving Energy Begins at Home - Steve Pomplun
05/23/2006 Fueling a Debate - Jason Croft
05/03/2006 Strange Weather - Steve Pomplun
04/25/2006 Fish, Fungus and Frogs - Alison Coulson
04/24/2006 Ecosystem on the Hoof - Steve Pomplun
04/18/2006 Environmental Distraction - Elizabeth Katt-Reinders
04/14/2006 Saving the Chesapeake - Jason Croft
04/11/2006 Climatic Infections - Alison Coulson
04/07/2006 Feeling the Heat - Adam Hinterthuer
04/06/2006 Organic Defense - Alison Coulson
04/05/2006 Evangelical Action - Jason Croft
03/30/2006 Permafrost Problems - Elizabeth Katt-Reinders
03/28/2006 Earth with No Snow - Alison Coulson
03/24/2006 Acid in the Ocean - Elizabeth Katt-Reinders
03/16/2006 Opening the Floodgates - Elizabeth Katt-Reinders
03/15/2006 High and Dry - Elizabeth Katt-Reinders
03/14/2006 Strength in Diversity - Steve Pomplun
03/13/2006 Energy and Urgency - Steve Pomplun
03/10/2006 Parting the Waters - Richard Hoops
02/27/2006 High Water Stakes - Kathleen Schmitt
02/24/2006 Slow Recovery - Steve Pomplun
02/20/2006 Cold, Hard Facts of Nature - Steve Pomplun
02/17/2006 Nowhere to Hide - Diane Pansky
02/16/2006 Dark Harvest - Steve Pomplun
02/15/2006 Life After Oil - Steve Pomplun
02/14/2006 Turtles in Trouble - Elizabeth Katt-Reinders
02/13/2006 Out of Sight, Out of Mind, Out of Water - John Karl
02/08/2006 Unearthing Hurricanes - Kathleen Schmitt
02/06/2006 Fear Factor - Alison Coulson
01/31/2006 Radiant Waters - Elizabeth Katt-Reinders
01/25/2006 Harvest the Wind - Steve Pomplun
01/20/2006 Kicking the Mercury Habit - John Karl
01/17/2006 Shelter from the Waste - Elizabeth Katt-Reinders
01/16/2006 Endangered Ice Ecosystems - Elizabeth Katt-Reinders
01/13/2006 Uncertain Future - Steve Pomplun
01/09/2006 Going with the Wind - Steve Pomplun
01/06/2006 Ocean Puzzles and Patterns - Elizabeth Katt-Reinders
01/05/2006 Early Warming - Steve Pomplun
01/04/2006 Long-Running Debate - Steve Pomplun
01/03/2006 Keeping an Eye on the Ice - Richard Hoops

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Your Earth Podcast by Suzanne Elston

The Your Earth podcast by Suzanne Elston. Your Earth is a weekly podcast with a diverse range of environmental subjects from Nuclear Energy to Waste Issues to Personal Environmental Responsibility. Please go to their webpage to find a complete listing of many high quality audio programs: http://www.yourearth.ca. Also subscribe to the podcast via their RSS feed: http://www.yourearth.ca/podcasts/xml/yourearth.xml

Here are descriptions from their website of a few of their Audio Shows related to Environmental Issues:

====>Click to hear "Fast Forward" 20 Nov 2006

Our entire culture is based on the buy now pay later idea. Why put off having anything that you want or desire when you don’t have to pay a cent until 2008? As a result, we live in a constant state of indebtedness. Nowhere is that more evident than in how we treat our environment.

Copyright © 2006 Your Earth by Suzanne Elston, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Click to hear "Safe School Environments" 13 Nov 2006

When we talk about creating a safe environment for our children, the things that immediately come to mind are clean air, safe drinking water, and chemical-free places to grow, learn and play. But as the terrible shootings at Dawson College, Platte Canyon High School and the Amish schoolhouse so tragically demonstrated earlier this fall, we must learn to re-define what it means to create a truly safe environment for our children.

Copyright © 2006 Your Earth by Suzanne Elston, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Click to hear "A Burning Issue" 05 Nov 2006

With Ontario’s municipal elections only a week away, garbage has once again become a burning issue - literally. According to survey conducted by Decima Research, 91 percent of Greater Toronto Area (GTA) residents favour garbage incineration.

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====>Click to hear "KoreaCANDU" 23 Oct 2006

There is a direct connection between Canada’s CANDU nuclear reactors and Korea’s nuclear weapons test. In North Korea’s case, the plutonium (and the nuclear technology needed to build the bomb) came from Pakistan. Pakistan in turn got its plutonium and nuclear know-how from Canada.

Copyright © 2006 Your Earth by Suzanne Elston, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Click to hear "Garbagewars" 02 Oct 2006

After almost two decades of terrorizing its neighbours, perhaps it's time somebody pointed out that Canada's largest city, Toronto, might want to start looking for a better solution to its garbage problem. To read more, please go to the Your Earth Website.

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====>Click to hear "Balance" 25 Sept 2006

The fact that my father's birthday, September 23rd, fell on the autumn equinox this year is a bittersweet coincidence that is not lost on me. His death this summer is a reminder that to everything there is a season. To read more, please go to the Your Earth Website.

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====>Click to hear "GM's Gamble" 04 Sept 2006

Last week, GM announced that the Camaro, its newly redesigned muscle car, will hit the streets in 2009, just about the time that experts predict that global oil production will start to decline. Since the Camaro isn't designed to meet everyone's driving needs, GM is currently aggressively marketing the H2, the smaller and more user-friendly cousin of the monster H1 Hummer, as an alternative to the family van. To read more, please go to the Your Earth Website.

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====>Click to hear "Lighten Up" 21 Aug 2006

With all this talk about energy conservation, we decided to see if we could further reduce our electricity bill. Given all the improvements we'd already made, the question became, "Can we do better?" To read more, please go to the Your Earth Website.

Copyright © 2006 Your Earth by Suzanne Elston, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Click to hear "An Inconvenient Truth" 07 Aug 2006

The summer of 2006 saw the beginning of a new movie phenomenon - the environmental epic. Topping the list is Al Gore's much touted An Inconvenient Truth, a film about the global warming crisis. I have to admit, I had high hopes for this movie. To read more, please go to the Your Earth Website.

Copyright © 2006 Your Earth by Suzanne Elston, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Click to hear "Window on Energy Savings" 31 July 2006

As energy costs continue to escalate, energy efficiency is becoming increasingly important. While we all want to spend less on home utilities, most of us don't know where to begin. The answer is clear. In the average home, heating and cooling costs account for at least 60% of your energy bill. An estimated 25% of all heat loss literally flies out the window To read more, please go to the Your Earth Website.

Copyright © 2006 Your Earth by Suzanne Elston, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Click to hear "Frankenstein's Roadster" 24 July 2006

The internal, infernal, combustion engine, and the family car that it powers, has impacted our lives more than any other single invention. It's ubiquitous. It's also destroying the planet. It's high time we made a stand and said, "I won't drive a car that isn't as smart, or as environmentally aware, or as creative as I am." To read more, please go to the Your Earth Website.

Copyright © 2006 Your Earth by Suzanne Elston, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Click to hear "Electric Car" 10 July 2006

This week marks the 10th anniversary of GM's innovative electric car, the EV1. Sadly, there will be no victory parades. In 2003, GM ordered all of the popular cars recalled and destroyed. To read more, please go to the Your Earth Website.

Copyright © 2006 Your Earth by Suzanne Elston, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Click to hear "Trudeau" 05 July 2006

The environment has found a new champion. Justin Trudeau, famed firstborn son of Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau, has added his voice and name to the fight to save the planet. To read more, please go to the Your Earth Website.

Copyright © 2006 Your Earth by Suzanne Elston, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Click to hear "Daytripping" 26 June 2006

And so it begins. With a final clanging of the bell, school is over for another year. And while every child will soon be singing the songs of summer, somewhere their parents are wondering, "How on Earth am I going to keep these kids busy for two months?" To read more, please go to the Your Earth Website.

Copyright © 2006 Your Earth by Suzanne Elston, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Click to hear "Nuclear Showdown" 19 June 2006

There comes a point, in every society, when it is time to either, lead, follow, or get the heck out of the way. For Ontario, Canada's most populous and powerful province, that time is now. At issue - how to power a province that will lose 80% of its generating capacity within the next 15 to 20 years. To read more, please go to the Your Earth Website.

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Please visit the Your Earth site: http://www.yourearth.ca to find The following available podcasts by Suzanne Elston:

* World Environment Day
* Canada's Climate Changes
* Return To Sender - Revisited
* Too Hot to Handle
* Environmental Factor
* Chernobyl20
* Resurrection
* Earth Day
* Gehenna
* Ploughshares
* Water, water
* Peace, eh?
* Food Miles
* Apathy
* Love For Sale
* Energy Vision
* Sweet and Dangerous
* Toxic Testing
* Appreciating Democracy
* Smoking
* The Power of the Web
* Climate Changes
* Winter Driving
* Nuclear Future
* Legacy
* Spirit of Giving
* Gift Giving - Simplified
* Getting Clear About Nuclear
* Superheroes
* Reality TV
* Paradise Lost
* A Dog's-Eye View
* A Coyote's Story
* Backyard Discoveries
* Too Much Stuff
* Parental Common Sense
* Spring Miracles
* Distancing our Food
* Return to Sender

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Think Globally

"Think Globally" is a debate/discussion style radio program intended to help spread awareness and deeper understanding on issues of the environmental and sustainable development. Each episode focuses on one important environmental issue, and experts on the topic at hand are invited to the studio to provide insight and expertise. Guests on Think Globally typically come from academia, industry, NGOs, state authorities and research institutes. Think Globally is produced and hosted by Eric Paglia, Dave Trouba, Josh Paglia and Jimmy Yoler airing Sundays at 7:00 pm on THS Radio 95,3 MHz in Stockholm. Listen on demand to archived episodes of Think Globally in streaming audio. A selection of previously aired episodes are now available here in mp3 format, playable with Winamp or ITunes.

Please go to their webpage to find a complete listing of many high quality audio programs: http://www.thsradio.se/thinkglobally/.

Here are descriptions from their website of a few of their Audio Shows:

====>Click to hear "General Discussion"

topic: General discussion

airdate: February 11th, 2007

guests: Eric Paglia and Dave Trouba

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====>Click to hear "Climate Change 2007: The IPCC 4th Assessment Report"

topic: Climate Change 2007: The IPCC 4th Assessment Report

airdate: February 4th, 2007

guests: Mats-Olof Hedblom, environmental director, Ericsson Dr. Thorsten Blenckner, a German climate impact researcher working in Sweden since 1998

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====>Click to hear "Water, Power, Poverty"

topic: Water, Power, Poverty - How clean water and sanitation will cut poverty in half by 2015

airdate: January 28th, 2007

guests: Mats-Olof Hedblom, environmental director, Ericsson Ms. Helena Ekinge, of the United Nations Development Program's Stockholm Office

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====>Click to hear "Ecotourism: adventures in conservation"

topic: Ecotourism: adventures in conservation

airdate: January 14th, 2007

guests: Mats-Olof Hedblom, environmental director, Ericsson Steven Zeff

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====>Click to hear "Evolution by Design"

topic: Evolution by Design

airdate: December 17th, 2006

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====>Click to hear "Spreading ICT in the Developing World"

topic: Spreading ICT in the Developing World: The Stockholm Challenge and Open Access Workshop

airdate: December 10th, 2006

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====>Click to hear "Biofuels and future biofuel systems"

topic: Biofuels and future biofuel systems

airdate: December 3rd, 2006

guests: chemical engineer Peter Hagström

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====>Click to hear "Pollution and poverty along the shores of Lake Victoria"

topic: Pollution and poverty along the shores of Lake Victoria

airdate: November 26th, 2006

guests: Björn Söderberg and Freddy Jönsson from the Swedish consulting company Spintrack

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====>Click "Increasing Resilience and Reducing Vulnerability to Natural Disasters"

topic: Increasing Resilience and Reducing Vulnerability to Natural Disasters

airdate: November 19th, 2006

guests: Professor Gunnel Dalhammar, KTH Direct

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====>Click to hear "International Poaching Problem"

topic: The International Poaching Problem and Illegal Wolf Hunting in Sweden

airdate: November 12th, 2006

guests: Lotta Samuleson of WWF Sweden and the BRÅ project Lennart Nyman, former Conservation Director of WWF Sweden

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====>Click to hear "History of the Environmental Movement"

topic: History of the Environmental Movement

airdate: November 5th, 2006

guests: Professor Sverker Sörlin (KTH)

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====>Click to hear "General Discussion"

topic: General Discussion

airdate: October 22nd, 2006

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====>Click to hear "Food security and poverty reduction"

topic: Food security and poverty reduction in the developing world

airdate: October 15th, 2006

guests: Kostas Stamoulis, Chief of the Agricultural Sector in Economic Development at FAO Christina Engfeldt, Nordic office of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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====>Click to hear "The Impacts of Eating"

topic: The Impacts of Eating: Sustainable Food Consumption in Stockholm

airdate: October 8th, 2006

guests: Tiina Rantanen, environmental spokeswoman for Stockolm’s consumer administration Beatrice Crona, one of the founders of Manna

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====>Click to hear "Why they won"

topic: Why they won: Right Livelihood Award winners for 2006+ interview with Lennart Daléus, general secretary of Greenpeace Nordic

airdate: October 1st, 2006

guests: Ole Von Uexküll , Executive Director of the Right Livelihood Award Lennart Daléus, general secretary of Greenpeace Nordic

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====>Click to hear "Ecological Economics"

topic: Ecological Economics and the Misunderstanding of Sustainability in the Millenium Ecosystem Assessment

airdate: September 24th, 2006

guests: Dr. Thomas Hahn, chairman of the Swedish organisation Economists for Sustainability and Director of Studies at the Centre for Transdisciplinary Environmental Research (CTM)

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====>Click to hear "Policies and Institutions"

topic: Policies and Institutions - Making a Difference on the Ground?

airdate: September 17th, 2006

guests: Manfred Matz, expert on water policy and water management institutional issues

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====>Click to hear "Climate change skepticism"

topic: Climate change skepticism

airdate: September 10th, 2006

guests: Dr Fred Goldberg, General of the KTH International Climate Seminar

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====>Click to hear "World Water Week"

topic: In depth discussion on the World Water Week

airdate: September 3rd, 2006

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====>Click to hear "The Ecological Impact of Tourism"

topic: The ecological impact of tourism

airdate: May 20th, 2006

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====>Click to hear "Breathing Easier"

topic: Breathing Easier by Digesting the Congestion - Stockholm’s Ongoing Attempt to Limit Traffic and Clean Up the Air

airdate: May 7th, 2006

guests: Mats Kullberg of the City of Stockholm's Environment and Health Administration Mikael Sundström of The Green Party of Sweden

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====>Click to hear "General discussion"

topic: General discussion

airdate: April 23rd, 2006

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====>Click to hear "Urban Futures 2.0"

topic: Urban Futures 2.0

airdate: April 9th, 2006

guests: Ms. Eva Schultz, project manager for the Urban Futures 2.0 conference

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====>Click to hear "Tragedy of the Aral Sea"

topic: The ecological and humanitarian tragedy of the Aral Sea

airdate: March 26th, 2006

guests: Gia Kjellén of the Swedish Aral Sea Society

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====>Click to hear "Unexpected Sustainability Triggers"

topic: Unexpected Sustainability Triggers: Talking triangles with Dennis Pamlin

airdate: March 12th, 2006

guests: WWFs earth-roving sustainability instigator Dennis Pamlin

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====>Click to hear "Corporate Social Responsibility"

topic: Corporate Social Responsibility in a Globalized World

airdate: February 26th, 2006

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====>Click to hear "Power to the People"

topic: Power to the People

airdate: February 12th, 2006

guests: Mats-Olof MTV Nordic VJ Axl Smith

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OnEarth

OnEarth is the award-winning environmental magazine from the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). OnEarth explores politics, nature, wildlife, culture, science, health, the challenges that confront our planet, and the solutions that promise to heal and protect it.

Please go to their webpage to find much valuable information: http://nrdc.org/. Also subscribe to the podcast via their RSS feed: http://rss.nrdcfeeds.org/OnEarthPodcast

Here are descriptions from their website of a few of their Audio Shows:

====>Click to hear "Doing Good in the Second Life 'Metaverse'"

09 Mar 2007 Could Second Life, the buzz-generating virtual hangout for millions of digerati and their avatars, help improve that other place called Real Life? OnEarth's Laura Wright talks with Lisa Selin Davis, who wrote about "the metaverse" in the Spring 2007 issue.

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====>Click to hear "A Conversation with Bill McKibben"

06 Mar 2007 Frustrated by political gridlock in Washington, writer Bill McKibben and some fellow Vermonters decided they had to do something to draw attention to the shrinking window of opportunity we have to curb global warming. So they began a seat-of-the-pants campaign that has caught fire and is now expected to produce, on April 14, 2007, the largest global warming demonstrations ever seen. OnEarth's George Black talks with him about how Step It Up 2007 is building a mass movement -- fast.

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====>Click to hear "Deadly Sonar: The U.S. Navy's Assault on Whales and Science"

01 Mar 2007 Sonar, which protects U.S. warships from enemy submarines, also kills whales and other marine mammals. Scientists are trying to figure out why, but the navy, which funds most of their research, seems to have other ideas. Daniel Hinerfeld tells the story, and talks with policy analyst Michael Jasny about scientific integrity.

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====>Click to hear "Can a Montana Rancher Love a Grizzly?"

17 Jan 2007 NRDC Wild Bears Project director Louisa Willcox and Montana rancher Todd Graham talk about balancing the interests of residents and ranchers with Yellowstone’s endangered grizzly bear population.

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====>Click to hear "Interview with NRDC President Frances Beinecke"

23 Dec 2006 NRDC President Frances Beinecke speaks with NRDC communications director and OnEarth publisher Phil Gutis about her recent trip to the Prairie Festival in Salina, Kansas, to meet with local farmers, agricultural scientists and conservationists about how farmers in the heartland can help solve global warming.

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====>Click to hear "Poetry: Elton Glaser"

22 Dec 2006 Elton Glaser reads his poem "Incantations of April," published in the Winter issue of OnEarth Magazine.

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====>Click to hear "The Little Mouse That Got in the Way"

21 Dec 2006 Andrew Wetzler, director of the Endangered Species Project at NRDC, speaks with Daniel Hinerfeld about the misuse of genetic data in determining which animal populations warrant protection under the Endangered Species Act. The Winter issue of OnEarth Magazine has an article by OnEarth contributing editor Sharon Levy called "The Little Mouse that Got in the Way," about a species of jumping mouse nearly doomed by bad genetic science when its western habitat came into the sights of developers. Wetzler also talks about the defeat of Rep. Richard Pombo (R-California), the outgoing chair of the House Resources Committee, who had attempted to dismantle the Endangered Species Act.

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====>Click to hear "Poetry: Eamon Grennan"

21 Dec 2006 Eamon Grennan reads his poem "Mockingbird at Winter Solstice," published in the Winter issue of OnEarth Magazine.

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====>Click to hear "Interview with Green Investor Amy Domini"

20 Dec 2006 Green investor Amy Domini speaks with Daniel Hinerfeld about socially responsible investing. Domini, an innovator in the field, is co-founder of Domini Social Investments, a mutual fund company with more than $1.8 billion under management.

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====>Click to hear "Drugging the Waters: A Conversation with Elizabeth Royte"

29 Oct 2006 What happens when the huge quantities of pharmaceuticals Americans ingest inevitably start finding their way into our rivers? NRDC's Daniel Hinerfeld and writer Elizabeth Royte talk about it.

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====>Click to hear "Pesticides in the Home"

28 Oct 2006 OnEarth's Laura Wright talks with NRDC's health program director, Linda Greer, about safer alternatives to using pesticides in our homes and on our pets.

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====>Click to hear "Casting a Spell"

27 Oct 2006 Daniel Hinerfeld discusses a new book, Casting a Spell: The Bamboo Fly Rod and the American Pursuit of Perfection, with author (and OnEarth Articles Editor) George Black.

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====>Click to hear "Poetry: Ben Howard"

26 Oct 2006 Ben Howard recites his poem: "Irondequoit, Oswego, Canisteo"

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====>Click to hear "Poetry: Maxine Kumin"

25 Oct 2006 Maxine Kumin reads her poem "Today."

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====>Click to hear "A Thirst We Can't Quench"

23 Oct 2006 Journalist Jacques Leslie speaks with NRDC's Daniel Hinerfeld about the threat of global water shortages.

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====>Click to hear "Letter from Denmark: Interview with Frances Beinecke"

22 Oct 2006 Daniel Hinerfeld talks with NRDC President Frances Beinecke about her recent trip to Denmark to explore the success of wind energy.

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====>Click to hear "Poetry: Elizabeth Dodd"

18 Aug 2006 Elizabeth Dodd recites her poem "Marginalia."

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====>Click to hear "The Vanishing"

23 Jul 2006 Interview with migratory bee keeper Jeff Anderson, the owner of California-Minnesota Honey Farms, about the threat from pesticides to bees and the crops they pollinate.

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====>Click to hear "Helping China Solve Its Environmental Problems"

12 Jul 2006 NRDC's Director of Communications, Phil Gutis, interviews Barbara Finamore, director of NRDC's China Program, about the enormous environmental challenges and opportunities posed by China's rapid economic growth.

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====>Click to hear "Interview with NRDC President Frances Beinecke"

05 Jul 2006 NRDC president Frances Beinecke visits New Orleans to learn what lessons Katrina might teach us about our relationship to the natural world.

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====>Click to hear "Interview with Editor-in-Chief Doug Barasch"

03 Jun 2006 Kelly Cox interviews Doug Barasch, editor-in-chief of OnEarth Magazine, about censorship, editorial independence, and the growth of environmental journalism that appeals to a general audience.

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====>Click to hear "Poetry: Don Bogen"

03 Jun 2006 Don Bogen recites his poem "June Song."

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====>Click to hear "Bike Commuting: 2 of 2"

02 Jun 2006 Meet Scott Sing, a radical bike commuter, who regularly pedals 60 miles a day to and from work. Then join Daniel Hinerfeld on his wimpy 3-mile bike commute, which is all downhill to work.

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====>Click to hear "Bike Commuting: 1 of 2"

02 Jun 2006 Andy Bowers, a senior editor at Slate Magazine and a producer on NPR's Day-to-Day, talks with Daniel Hinerfeld about why he loves commuting by bike in the car capital of the world. (Extra treat: check out Andy's Slate article about biking in L.A.)

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Shana Weber, Ph.D.

Many thanks to Shana Weber for permission to link to her audio podcast. Please go to her webpage: http://www.shanaweber.com/. Also subscribe to the podcast via this RSS feed: http://rss.mac.com/pikabeast/iWeb/Shana/Radio%20Podcasts/rss.xml

Please visit her website to hear the following audio programs:

Student Environmental Communication Network
Cool and Green Pre-loved Clothing
Dec. 7, 2006 (© SECN 2006)

Student Environmental Communication Network
What We Think of Global Climate Change
Oct 26, 2006 (© SECN 2006)

Toiletbowl Conservation
Sep 21, 2006 (© 2006 S.Weber)

Adventures with Backyard Chickens
Sept 12, 2006 (© 2006 S. Weber)

ReMOOable Father's Day
Jun 14, 2006 (© 2006 S. Weber)

EPA Scientists Disagree With EPA Director
May 31, 2006 (© 2006 S.Weber)

Plug-in Hybrid...What's That?
May 24, 2006 (© 2006 S.Weber)

Penn State Students Demand Lower Greenhouse Gas Emissions
May 17, 2006 (© 2006 S.Weber)

Taking the Idle out of Trucking
Apr 12, 2006 (© 2006 S.Weber)

Alaska uses bad science to justify hunting of collared pika
Monday, April 3, 2006 (© 2006 S. Weber)

Biofuels...The Basics
Feb 15, 2006 (© 2006 S.Weber)

Kick the Holiday Junkie Habit
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People Rise Up - Andrew Gellar

Many thanks to Andrew Geller from the "People Rise Up" program and KBOO in Portland, Oregon for the following Environmental programs:

====>Click to hear the "Maude Bartlow Interview"

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====>Click to hear "IPCC 4th Assessment Report"

A conversation with Mike Tidwell, Director of the US Climate Emergency Council, regarding the IPCC 4th Assessment Report which updates the past 6 years of climate science.

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====>Click to hear "Center for Ecoliteracy"

A conversation with physicist, systems theorist and author Fritjof Capra about the web of life, ecoliteracy, and efforts to incorporate these concepts into education systems via experiential learning curricula developed by the Berkeley, CA-based Center for Ecoliteracy.

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====>Click to hear "Climate and Wildfires"

People Rise Up - 7/12/06 - Climate and Wildfires

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====>Click to hear "Gulf Coast Dead Zone Subsidized by Taxpayers"

People Rise Up - 4/19/06 - Gulf Coast Dead Zone Subsidized by Taxpayers

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====>Click to hear "How Corporate Farming Threatens the World"

People Rise Up - 4/12/06 - This Land is Their Land: How Corporate Farming Threatens the World

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====>Click to hear "So the Global Oil Peak Has Occurred, Now What?"

People Rise Up - 2/22/06 - So the Global Oil Peak Has Occurred, Now What?

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