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TUC Radio: Hurricanes & Climate Change: Dr. Jennifer Francis, Segment 2

2 semanas 2 días ago
Jennifer Francis became Senior Scientist at the Woods Hole Research Center after being a research professor at Rutgers University’s Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences. She gave an interview to Miami Herald reporter Alex Harris on Hurricanes & Climate Change a day after the beginning of the official annual hurricane season that goes from June first to November 30th, giving a forecast that in essence came true. Live on Zoom this became one of the most detailed and fact-filled conversations about how natural phenomena such as El Nino and La Nina, and even dust storms from the Sahara desert, interact with warmer oceans and one foot higher sea levels and changes in the ocean currents that make hurricane seasons longer and stronger. All this plays out in the Gulf of Mexico and up the East of the US Alex Harris is staff reporter for the Miami Herald with an impressive grad student level of understanding of the science. Recorded via Zoom on 6/2/2020
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: Hurricanes & Climate Change: Dr. Jennifer Francis, Segment 1

2 semanas 2 días ago
Jennifer Francis became Senior Scientist at the Woods Hole Research Center after being a research professor at Rutgers University’s Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences. She gave an interview to Miami Herald reporter Alex Harris on Hurricanes & Climate Change a day after the beginning of the official annual hurricane season that goes from June first to November 30th, giving a forecast that in essence came true. Live on Zoom this became one of the most detailed and fact-filled conversations about how natural phenomena such as El Nino and La Nina, and even dust storms from the Sahara desert, interact with warmer oceans and one foot higher sea levels and changes in the ocean currents that make hurricane seasons longer and stronger. All this plays out in the Gulf of Mexico and up the East of the US Alex Harris is staff reporter for the Miami Herald with an impressive grad student level of understanding of the science. Recorded via Zoom on 6/2/2020
Maria Gilardin

Sea Change Radio: Howard Frumkin: Time For A Planetary Checkup, Segment 1

2 semanas 2 días ago
When a member of your household feels unwell, a good first step is to find the thermometer — if there’s a fever, it could be something serious. Well, these days our planet is exhibiting signs of illness, from swarms of locusts in East Africa and southwest Asia, to the smoke spreading from California’s infernos, to a massive release of greenhouse gasses from once-frozen, now-burning Siberia. And Covid itself may serve as both a metaphor and an exemplar of the inextricable connection between the planet’s health and that of our species. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak to Howard Frumkin, a physician and environmentalist who recently coauthored a book entitled Planetary Health: Protecting Nature to Protect Ourselves. We talk about how the pandemic exposes planetary health issues related to food, population, and politics, and touch on what we can do to bring the patient’s fever down.
Sea Change Radio

This Way Out: Better Judgment and Munro's Musings + global LGBTQ news!, Segment 1

2 semanas 3 días ago
Aussie entertainer Stan Munro muses about his “Les Girls” legacy; queer youth toast “the notorious RBG”; a California Supreme Court nominee proves you’re never too old to come out; India’s marriage inequality now faces a triple threat, Belgium’s Deputy Prime Ministers now include Europe’s top transgender pol, Serbia re-elects a controversial lesbian P.M., a gender-fluid U.K. worker collects big bias damages, and more global LGBTQ news!
Lucia Chappelle

This Week In Palestine: Discussion of Rashid Khalidi's new book, The Hundred Years War on Palestine, Segment 1

2 semanas 3 días ago
Temple University Professor Marc Lamont Hill engages Columbia University Historian Rashid Khalidi in a 55-minute discussion of the concepts and claims in Khalidi's pathbreaking book, The Hundred Years War on Palestine. For a longer, extremely thorough talk by Khalidi alone, watch the video at https://youtu.be/yp1hxZMocS4. Explaining the book's title, the Balfour Declaration was issued in 1917, 100 years before Khalidi intended to finish this book. (It's still a hundred if you round to the nearest 10!) However, the first inklings of Zionist war against the people of Palestine were in 1899 or earlier. This is a webinar conversation sponsored by Uncle Bobbie's Coffee & Books, a community gathering center founded by Hill in the Germantown part of Philadelphia.
Truth & Justice Radio (WZBC)

Radio Thrift Shop: Broadcast 498, Segment 1

2 semanas 4 días ago
Radio Thrift Shop is DJ Frederick's decade long (and counting) experiment, having evolved from his Seldom Heard Radio in 2011. Radio Thrift Shop has a flexible format & an homage to the "underground" era of broadcasts of the 1960's and 1970's that DJ Frederick grew up listening to & features a homegrown mix of vinyl records, 78s, 45's, LPs, private press releases, and a variety of cassette tapes and homemade / self released cassettes & cds. Each broadcast of Radio Thrift Shop features an improvised or thematic playlist from DJ Frederick's music library. It's never the same program twice. Or even once.
Frederick Moe

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: The Sober Junkie in our Spotlight Interview (Rock), Segment 1

2 semanas 4 días ago
Welcome to Indigenous in Music! This week our guest comes to us from from Las Vegas, Nevada, Mr. Christopher Michael aka The Sober Junkie is in the house.. He has been enjoying the success with the release of his new singles, and tonight he’ll be stopping by to tell us about his new album “Sacred Land.” Music from The Sober Junkie, Julian Taylor, Los Lonely Boys, Stevie Salas, Irv Lyons Jr, Mike Bern, Artson, Ana Tijoux, nehiyawak, MIOS, Sidestepper, Novalima, QVLN, Joey Stylez, Boogey the Beat, Systema Solar, Aasiva, Annie Humphrey, Natalia Clavier, Shylah Ray Sunshine, Charanga Cakewalk, Michael Paul, 1915, Kinky, The Northstars, Justinsayne N8V, Redbone and much much more. If you love our show, you can make a donation now, show your support for US and our Musicians...Visit us on our music page at http://indigenousinmusic.com/make-a-donation. We are a non-profit, section 501(c)(3)
Anonymous

Cool Solutions: Vampires Shut Down Power Plant, Segment 1

2 semanas 5 días ago
You don't need solar panels to be part of greening the grid. Our refrigerators, hot water heaters, and air conditioners can shift energy use to when the sun is shining and decrease the need for fossil fuel. Shifted Energy in Hawaii and OhmConnect in California are help low income households enlist their appliances in the clean energy revolution.
Wendy Ring

Radio Ecoshock Show: Petro-masculinity, Climate & Authoritarian Desire, Segment 1

2 semanas 5 días ago
True fact: countries led by women control the COVID-19 pandemic better than men. Would that be true of climate action too? Is that why authoritarians are trying to take over? Welcome to petro-masculinity, & the renewed call for woman power to get past the converging crisis. Minds open!- and prepare for change. Two ecofeminist scholars on Radio Ecoshock: Cara Daggett and Jennie C. Stephens.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Petro-masculinity, Climate & Authoritarian Desire, Segment 1

2 semanas 5 días ago
True fact: countries led by women control the COVID-19 pandemic better than men. Would that be true of climate action too? Is that why authoritarians are trying to take over? Welcome to petro-masculinity, & the renewed call for woman power to get past the converging crisis. Minds open!- and prepare for change. Two ecofeminist scholars on Radio Ecoshock: Cara Daggett and Jennie C. Stephens.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Petro-masculinity, Climate & Authoritarian Desire, Segment 1

2 semanas 5 días ago
True fact: countries led by women control the COVID-19 pandemic better than men. Would that be true of climate action too? Is that why authoritarians are trying to take over? Welcome to petro-masculinity, & the renewed call for woman power to get past the converging crisis. Minds open!- and prepare for change. Two ecofeminist scholars on Radio Ecoshock: Cara Daggett and Jennie C. Stephens.
Alex Smith