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Join Liberty Environmental’s experts in discussing topics of current interest in the environmental field, as they affect business and industry. This podcast is an informative and engaging discussion about environmental challenges by specialists in environmental due diligence, site remediation, air quality, regulatory compliance, natural resources, and other areas.
 
EPR is Connecting Environmental Professionals through Conversation! Our show is brought to you by the National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP) and follows environmental professionals at all levels of their career in a variety of industries to bring you a nuanced and informed discussion on what it’s like to work in the environmental arena. Hear us talk through failures, struggles, and successes of the typical environmental professional. We will also highlight news, updates, ...
 
The Eco-Warriors Podcast features inspiring stories of women in green business, sustainability, environmentalism, and conservation. We discuss the challenges and wins they’ve had along the way, share their passion for the environment with aspiring young professionals and entrepreneurs, and hear their advice on living a more eco-conscious lifestyle. Host Barbara Lee dives into deep conversations with other eco-conscious women about their careers in the green space. Support this podcast: https ...
 
The Environmental Transformation Podcast will bring you interviews with leaders in the Environmental Industry with the goal of providing Environmental, Sustainability and Safety Professionals, as well as and Business leaders with information about industry trends, regulatory changes, digital and software technologies, and service providers that are transforming the industry.
 
This podcast's for anyone wanting to explore the big issues, stretching your thinking in relatable ways. Well known personalities, Stuart ‘The Wildman’ Mabbutt and photographer William Mankelow, who aren't experts, but have opinions, authentic views and no scripts. Join them on meandering conversations about nature, philosophy, climate, the human condition, sustainability, and social justice. Sometimes joined by guests, or discussing listener questions between themselves. Always full of fun ...
 
The story of our environment may well be the most important story this century. We focus on issues facing people and the planet. Leading environmentalists, organizations, activists, and conservationists discuss meaningful ways to create a better and more sustainable future. Participants include EARTHDAY.ORG, Greenpeace, UNESCO World Heritage Centre, PETA, European Environment Agency, Peter Singer, 350.org, UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development, Ci ...
 
RESET Mindset podcast aims to inspire change and to help professionals learn about high-impact, innovative collaborations to build a sustainable future. We share stories of companies who are innovating business models through the lens of sustainability. We believe everyone has a responsibility to innovate for a better future and our aim is to inspire people to be a champion in their field or start something new. For transcripts, visit us at www.resetmindset.org Support this podcast: https:// ...
 
Do you enjoy staying up-to-date with current literature? Need a convenient way to digest the latest and greatest articles published in Wilderness & Environmental Medicine?' Welcome to Wilderness & Environmental Medicine Live. We’ve arranged for primary authors from a few of our best articles from our latest issue to walk you through their work and help you to understand what they found. We want you to learn… and enjoy doing it! Photo credits: Tent - Glen Delman; Bears - Jeremy Joslin Audio e ...
 
More and more people are waking up to the idea that climate change and the loss of nature (i.e. biodiversity and ecosystems) is real and we need to become better stewards of our planet. Leading many to seek out careers in the environmental field. It is a growing field that isn’t going anywhere anytime soon but it can be a tough one to break into. Hear from top professionals and new professionals alike about how they broke into the industry and what it’s really like to work in the environment ...
 
These exhilarating videos portray courageous, inventive activists on the frontlines of environmental justice addressing the fair distribution of environmental benefits and burdens. They’re engaging all people in the development, implementation and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations and policies. They’re embedding principles of equity, access and precaution in governance, development, and environmental policy and planning. Since 1990, Bioneers has acted as a fertile hub of social ...
 
Environmental Studies and Sciences is a podcast covering some of the latest research on environmental issues and hot topics in the environmental field, with leading academics and upcoming environmental researchers. The podcast is produced by Speak Up for Blue Productions on behalf of the Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences, and the Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. The host is Dr. Chris Parsons.
 
Discussing solutions to the issues of modernity: > How to integrate technologies of the future and stories from the past to develop a sustainable path forward? > Are there current educational systems which can be better used to inspire critical and creative thought? > What effect does the internet have as mediator to our relationships of self, of community, and of environment?
 
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Up to Heaven and Down to Hell (Princeton UP, 2021) is a vivid and sometimes heartbreaking account of what happens when one of the most momentous decisions about the well-being of our communities and our planet--whether or not to extract shale gas and oil from the very land beneath our feet--is largely a private choice that millions of ordinary peop…
 
We invited innovators who fully embrace circularity by helping solve issues surrounding waste and making it valuable as a profitable business. by upcycling and leveraging for waste streams as components of the regenerative supply chain in order to eliminate products made with plastic. On an all-female panel, we discuss the opportunities in the valu…
 
"You’ve been talking a lot about this, but please keep going. The green economic revolution is an illusion! If the hidden values, morels and agendas are about perpetual growth, it will mean more mineral extraction and the levels of unsustainability we witness in the current system. Its not about capitalism or communism, even though both are closer …
 
Welcome back to Environmental Professionals Radio, Connecting the Environmental Professionals Community Through Conversation, with your hosts Laura Thorne and Nic Frederick! On today’s episode, we talk with Martina Sestakova, Textile Designer, Art Educator, Abstract Painter about Art, the Beauty of Nature and Overcoming Your Fears. Read her full bi…
 
“For nature and natural beauty to survive, people have to want it. If they don’t ever experience it, why should they want it? What could see of value in it, something that you not only have never experienced but don’t ever expect to. We intellectually know that the Amazon is an important thing because it stores carbon and it’s home to many species,…
 
The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) invites you to a briefing on federal policies and programs supporting innovation in weather forecasting, an essential capability to help communities prepare for and adapt to extreme weather.Weather forecasts rely on a wide array of technologies both on-the-ground and in space: satellites to observ…
 
Navroz Dubash, professor at the Centre for Policy Research in New Delhi, made a compelling argument on behalf of the power of international institutions and national politics to guide climate policy in the newest episode of “Environmental Insights: Discussions on Policy and Practice from the Harvard Environmental Economics Program,” a podcast produ…
 
We've reached the 40th episode of Environmental Experts Radio! For this landmark episode, Host Dave Coyne is joined by Joanne Rodriguez, one of Forbes Magazine's 'Next 1000' technology innovators for 2021. Joanne is the Founder of Mycocycle, a Chicago-based firm that is pioneering a promising toxic contaminant reduction technology that harnesses th…
 
The Salton Sea is a kaleidoscope. To some people, it's a waste land, a place of death only suitable for a dumping ground. For others, it's a clarion call, a warning for what humanity faces in our anthropogenically climate changed future. For still others, it's simply home. In The Settler Sea: California's Salton Sea and the Consequences of Colonial…
 
Lives of Weeds: Opportunism, Resistance, Folly (Cornell UP, 2021) explores the tangled history of weeds and their relationship to humans. Through eight interwoven stories, John Cardina offers a fresh perspective on how these tenacious plants came about, why they are both inevitable and essential, and how their ecological success is ensured by deter…
 
In her Design Class, Qiting Fang was challenged to come up for a solution to food waste. The problem she thought to pursue was figuring out a useful solution to all of the tea that is drank in her homeland China. The solution: tea desiccants. Desiccants are those little packets, usually filled with silicone gel beads, that are put into products to …
 
"Growth in the green economy, low carbon industries as it were, isn’t necessarily the success people suggest. There are indeed more cycles, but there are also more planes. There are indeed more electric cars, which you’ve discussed on the podcast, but there are also more petrol cars. No matter how many good things we do, unless we stop expanding th…
 
Rob Pringle is a professor of ecology, biodiversity, and conservation at Princeton University. He’s fascinated by nearly all facets of ecology and conservation and his research in his lab addresses a correspondingly broad sweep of questions. His work on these questions is motivated by curiosity. The questions are united by a single goal: to underst…
 
A three-thousand-year history of the Yellow River and the legacy of interactions between humans and the natural landscape From Neolithic times to the present day, the Yellow River and its watershed have both shaped and been shaped by human society. Using the Yellow River to illustrate the long-term effects of environmentally significant human activ…
 
In this episode we are going to discuss, Land Use. Marissa talks about a recent trip to Montana and how it got her thinking about how unfortunate it is that in this country, our development and land use policies don't seem to have a lot of forward thinking contained in them. There is a battle between progress and conservation. Take a listen to find…
 
Following a stint on an integrated farm, Anna Sacks changed her career from investment banking to working on helping to solve our economy's big waste problems - products that are like new are thrown out by business to make room for more products. Anna posts on social as @thetrashwalker and shares her finds. Some of what we talk about may be incredi…
 
"Is it a good idea to dissolve personal assumptions now and then, and shine a fresh light on personal perspectives?" Stuart and William once more embark on a roaming, natural style of conversation, with a healthy dose of humour as they explore a question from listener Dave in Cheshire, England. They're not experts, they will however explore this qu…
 
In Nature′s Evil: A Cultural History of Natural Resources (Polity Press, 2021), Alexander Etkind views the history of humankind through the prism of natural resources – how we acquire them, use them, value them, trade them, exploit them. History needs a cast of characters, and in this story the leading actors are peat and hemp, grain and iron, fur …
 
"I love you don’t prepare too much for the questions you cover, it makes your exploration, from the starting point, the same as the listeners. I don’t want you guys to be the go to experts, more the go to relatable explorers. My question is, Belgium philosopher Ingrid Robeyns coined the phrase ‘Limitarianism’. She argues there should be an upper li…
 
Welcome back to Environmental Professionals Radio, Connecting the Environmental Professionals Community Through Conversation, with your hosts Laura Thorne and Nic Frederick! On today’s episode, we talk with Robert Young, Director of Program for the Study of Developed Shorelines about Big Data, National Parks and Academia. Read his full bio below. H…
 
In Between Gaia and Ground: Four Axioms of Existence and the Ancestral Catastrophe of Late Liberalism (Duke UP, 2021), Elizabeth A. Povinelli theorizes the climatic, environmental, viral, and social catastrophe present as an ancestral catastrophe through which that Indigenous and colonized peoples have been suffering for centuries. In this way, the…
 
In today's bonus episode, your hosts Stuart and William, discuss questions from the first ever Environmental Debate Live & Unscripted event that happened in the Autumn of 2021. The podcast format, expanded and evolved, then set in front of a live audience. During the pilot live event, that took place on the 25th September 2021, the audience were gi…
 
"Is the culture we’re born into the main factor in blocking self determining thought? Thoughts that lead to decisions, actions etc that lead to better quality of life, individually and collectively. Is it that habits and comfort zones, which may indeed be a product of culture, are blocking us instead? Or, is it a lack of guided pathways out of the …
 
After a near-death accident, Anastasia Allison quit her job as a railroad police officer and created her own company, Kula Cloth. Kula Cloth are reusable pee cloths that are functional and environmentally friendly for anyone who spends time on the trails or wants to find an alternative to toilet paper. As strange as they sound, they’re incredibly u…
 
"I’ve not sent in a question since early 2020, and you actually covered it on Aug 4th 2020. I’m back though! I’ve heard during the Extinction Rebellion protests in the UK, a handful of Police have taken XR stickers, and stuck them to the inside of their helmets. Is this a turning point?" In another out and about recording at the East Oxford Farmers…
 
“On average in advanced societies, about 70% of freshwater that’s consumed is consumed by agriculture. In less developed countries, sometimes as high as 95% of the freshwater goes to agriculture, which means that you’re depleting the amount of water available for the environment. You’re depleting amount of groundwater to preserve for the future, es…
 
Seth is a lawyer, activist, entrepreneur, public speaker and New York Times Bestselling Author. He is an expert in water management and conservation. His first book Let There Be Water: Israel’s Solution for a Water-Starved World talks about how a government in one of the driest regions in the world revolutionised water managed. His second book Trou…
 
Welcome back to Environmental Professionals Radio, Connecting the Environmental Professionals Community Through Conversation, with your hosts Laura Thorne and Nic Frederick! To celebrate our first successful year we'd like to share the fun we've had behind the scenes with you in an end of year outtakes spectacular! There's no interview, just a long…
 
It's a Happy New Year from your hosts, Stuart and William. Thanks for being with us throughout 2021, we look forward to seeing you again in 2022. Do you have a question you'd like Stuart and William to examine, mull over, explore, discuss, delve into or debate? Send us an email thepeoplescountryside@gmail.com with your name, where you're listening …
 
Ocean Enlightenment is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Edie Widder, Founder, CEO and Senior Scientist at Ocean Research & Conservation Association (ORCA). After an inspiring story about how Edie Widder became a seagoing marine biologist and deep-sea diver, this conversation covers topics such as bioluminescence wh…
 
In this episode we are going to discuss the Seekonk River oil spill. There has been two spills in this area over the past few months and we are going to discuss what happens is you have contaminated soil on a property, we will explain what a C-A-P is, (the environment remediation industry will put into place as an engineer to control for a contamin…
 
In 2016, the city of Mumbai was blanketed in toxic smog. The source? Fires at the nearby dumping ground of Deonar: the country’s oldest. The Deonar fire became an embarrassment for Mumbai, coming right before an international expo meant to announce the city to international investors and business. Law enforcement immediately blamed scrap dealers wh…
 
"Do you consider yourself an intellectual podcast with a political left leaning view, or more open minded in essence? In this episode, we find Stuart and William, out and about, recording at the East Oxford Farmers' and Community Market, where they discuss, and digest a question from listener Devan in Jamaica. The first time we've heard from her, a…
 
Using transaction fees, TreeCard is the wooden debit card that helps to plant trees. Grant LeCorte, Community Leader for TreeCard, gave us all the details on how we can all automate our small sustainable actions by doing things like making daily purchases and using a search engine like Ecosia. We also touch on Grant’s journey into sustainability an…
 
Inhospitable World: Cinema in the Time of the Anthropocene (Oxford UP, 2018) explores the connection between cinema and artificial weather, climates, and even planets in or on which hospitality and survival are at stake. Cinema’s dominant mode of aesthetic world-making is often at odds with the very real human world it is meant to simulate. The cha…
 
Coral Reefs: Science and Survival is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Charles Sheppard, Professor of Life Sciences at the University of Warwick. Charles Sheppard has worked extensively for a wide range of UN, governmental and aid agencies in tropical marine and coastal development issues. This conversation explores…
 
“The kelp plant itself can grow to 30 meters easily, and sometimes 40 meters, so it’s a huge plant…When people look around the world today, seeing the news, making the world a better place is getting increasingly important. People have to pay attention to what they can do as individuals to make the world a better place. The world is not going to be…
 
"Is human survival a niche interest, proactively marginalised by those wanting to distract us away from the biggest threat man has to face?" Once again, Stuart and William, delve into, discuss, and perhaps slightly overanalyse a question from a long-term listener, which this time comes from Ivy in Worthing, West Sussex, England. Do you have a quest…
 
Brian Wilcox is the chief engineer and co-founder of Marine BioEnergy, Inc. Marine BioEnergy was founded to grow plants in the open ocean to provide carbon-neutral fuels so that eventually fossil fuel use can be eliminated. Previously, Brian spent 38 years at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory working on robots for planetary exploration and other extrem…
 
Welcome back to Environmental Professionals Radio, Connecting the Environmental Professionals Community Through Conversation, with your hosts Laura Thorne and Nic Frederick! We have a new minisode for you today! There's no interview, just a timely and important message we wanted to share with everyone as we come up on the holiday season. This is ta…
 
Stuart and William wish you a Merry Christmas in their own unique and particular way, with lots of silliness and humour. We hope you have a great festive period. Do you have a question you'd like Stuart and William to examine, mull over, explore, discuss, delve into or debate? Send us an email thepeoplescountryside@gmail.com with your name, where y…
 
Drawing on thirty years of research, Goulson has written an accessible, fascinating, and important book that examines the evidence of an alarming drop in insect numbers around the world. "If we lose the insects, then everything is going to collapse," he warned in a recent interview in the New York Times--beginning with humans' food supply. The main…
 
“The good thing about our species is that we create our own environment. What we’ve been doing so far is creating an environment where we’re much more successful. We live a lot longer, we’re much healthier than we have been in the past. There are many, many more of us, so we’re very successful as a species and that’s been at the expense of other ec…
 
"Is meandering conversation the best way to go for the podcast or should it be more focused? Are you trying to educate or entertain?" Stuart and William once more embark on a roaming, natural style of conversation. They're not experts, they will however explore this question, in a relatable way, for you, the listener. Today they're discussing a que…
 
Gaia Vince is a science writer and broadcaster interested in the interplay between humans and the planetary environment. She has held senior editorial posts at Nature and New Scientist, and her writing has featured in newspapers and magazines including the Guardian, The Times and Scientific American. She also writes and presents science programmes …
 
When we get started on our sustainability journeys, we’re all coming to it from different ways and for different reasons. As a move to help diversify the voices we share on this show, we’re happy to present Hanz Rodriguez, Eco-Warrior Podcast’s Production Editor, and Belinda Chiu, Social Media Manager and Researcher, in this conversation about how …
 
In this final of three consecutive re-releases, William is looking back and celebrating our top 3 performing episodes. The episode you're about to hear, is our third best performer, ever. Originally released on the 24th January 2021, this will be the second time this episode has been released. The question that we explored, and mulled over during t…
 
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