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Best Drought podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Drought podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Meet the men and women who live and work on some of Australia’s most remote cattle stations, as they share their stories. Have you ever wondered what it’s like living a day’s drive from the nearest supermarket? Or having a million-acre backyard, with your next-door neighbours a two-hour drive away? These compelling true-life stories from the popular Central Station blog will open your eyes to what outback life is really like – and why many wouldn’t live anywhere else. There are yarns from bo ...
 
Droughts are one of the headline strategic risks to the UK. In 2012 the UK experienced the driest spring in over a century, after two dry winters. Ministers faced the prospect of water shortages during the London Olympics. Whilst the drought conditions in early 2012 served as a wake-up call, the potential for water shortages in the UK, driven by changing patterns of demand and changing climatic conditions, had already been recognised. In the Thames Water region alone it is estimated that sev ...
 
gravitonring@gmail.com Why I believe we have an intangible awareness which exists forever and transcends all limits, even biological death. An actual event in my life showing me after death communication is real and unexplainable. Humans may actually be made of star stuff, as Carl Sagan said. Our awareness of life may have existed and will exist forever. Audio link to play in your browser. MP3 sound track: After death communication. Episode 12. My real life experience during a rain ritual. M ...
 
El Niño and La Niña, the southwestern monsoon, tropical storm activity, increasing temperatures, fire risk and weather, drought and snowpack, and dwindling reservoir storage all pose challenges to the Southwest. In the ‘Southwest Climate Podcast’, we focus on details and nuance, but (generally) avoid excessive technical jargon. Our goal is to synthesize information and data from experts, forecasts, and models to provide listeners with a better understanding of climate and weather in the Sout ...
 
Nasan Rattlingbones was supposed to die. That’s what exile means in a post-apocalyptic Canada that hasn’t seen rain in almost two hundred years, but this disgraced clan warrior has other plans. She will survive alone in the wasteland of junipers and broken, haunted cities – just as soon as she figures out how. Enter Oscar, a strange bird who claims to be her spirit guide but can’t quite prove it. She doesn’t believe a word when he says she's been chosen by the Stars to save the world. Oscar ...
 
For killing an albatross, the mariner and his crew are punished with drought and death. Amidst a series of supernatural events, the mariner's life alone is spared and he repents, but he must wander the earth and tell his tale with the lesson that "all things great and small" are important.(Summary written by Gesine)
 
How did the Buffalo Bills go 17 seasons without making the playoffs? Listen in as we look at each individual season of the drought and retrace the steps that resulted in this remarkable stretch of futility. We'll be joined by media members that were there every year along the way to give the perspective from the media room, the locker room, and on the field. Episodes drop every Thursday from now until the start of Bills training camp at the end of July.
 
The CBRL inspires and supports the highest quality research in the humanities and social sciences in the countries of the Levant. Through its events and outreach activities, CBRL encourages the exchange and dissemination of knowledge and ideas for the benefit of all. CBRL is a non-profit organisation. Comments and queries are welcome to: cbrldevelopment@thebritishacademy.ac.uk.
 
Get the latest insights on climate change and breakthrough technologies and innovations that are fighting climate change! According to a United Nations climate change report, the evidence of human-caused climate change is overwhelming and continues to strengthen. The impacts of climate change are intensifying and climate-related threats to our physical, social, and economic well-being are rising at an unprecedented rate. Widespread climate changes are causing extreme heat, severe drought, un ...
 
Concerned with QE's effects on equity valuations? Looking for ideas for your Isa? Or just plain confused by the stock market? Each week, the Investors Chronicle picks apart the latest news for companies, markets and funds in our regular magazine podcasts. Subscribe for these, along with CEO interviews, company-specific shows and special in-depth discussions on big market themes.
 
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The wet autumn many parts of Victoria and New South Wales are experiencing is being described as one of the best autumn breaks in decades. But after consecutive years of dry conditions, farmers are reminding us the drought won't be broken until a harvest is complete. Rural editor Eddie Summerfield speaks with Victorian Farmers Federation President …
 
This week Dave Baxter explains why despite increasing numbers of UK companies slashing their dividends investment trusts should be able to continue to deliver a reliable income. Rosemary Banyard, manager of VT Downing Unique Opportunities Fund, says where she is finding opportunities in the UK small and mid-caps space, and profiles two companies th…
 
Solo explains how all of the Nintendo Switch consoles in physical and online retailers suddenly disappeared, what that's doing to the prices, and when or if gamers can expect the next shipment with production globally delayed due to the corona virus || [@peoplelikegames - instagram | twitter | facebook | shop&events - PLG.GG]…
 
In late spring of 2012, climactic chaos descended upon the Midwest and Great Plains in the midst of the growing season. A drought is supposed to unfold on a timeline of seasons to years, but in the two weeks between June 12 and 26, the High Plains went from what a monitoring group called “abnormally dry” to “severe drought.…
 
This week Sarah is joined by a guest host, Cass Mao, Principal Advisor at AgThentic, to chat with Pete Nelson of AgLaunch about how growers and agtech companies can work together in a model that they call "farmer-centric innovation" Pete Nelson, originally a farmer and an English major at University, has been actively involved in building the suppo…
 
Mandatory, high tech water metering is now being rolled out across New South Wales. A four-year program, will see about 22,000 new meters installed on farms across the state as part of improved compliance enforcement. To find out more rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with DPI Renewal Taskforce Director Aaron Walker: Listen to the full inter…
 
Draft guru Danny Kelly feeds Danny Heifetz and Craig Horlbeck digestible nuggets on this year's class of running backs. DK compares running backs to archetypes from the standout 2017 class of Christian McCaffrey, Leonard Fournette, Alvin Kamara, and Dalvin Cook; guesses which RB could join the 1000/1000 club; and determines which under-the-radar RB…
 
Die-hard Islanders fan and analytics enthusiast, Carey Haber, joins the show to discuss his Isles fandom, balancing his interest in advanced metrics with just being a fan, where things started to go wrong for this year’s team, the never-ending debate about how much analytics matter, the potential next big wave of data in hockey, his favorite recent…
 
[4.06] Solo talks about the future of E3, the yearly gaming convention held in Los Angeles. Including the issues it was facing prior the it's 2020 event cancellation, what it's "next iteration" will look like (spoiler alert - a lot like TwitchCon), and what publishers and console makers may end up doing for 2021 if they benefit more from digitally …
 
Most of the world is being asked to stay at home to help flatten the curve of COVID-19 infections. And as we’re driven out of public spaces and into isolation, our effect on the environment is being reversed. Areas under stay-at-home orders are enjoying some of the cleanest air in decades. But what will happen to our planet when life returns to nor…
 
Many Australians are dissatisfied with the narrow economic focus of politics, research by the University of Melbourne’s ANDI Project confirms.They want the progress of their society to be measured by a much broader range of factors, like health, environmental standards and youth wellbeing.They’re not alone. Across the globe there’s a growing moveme…
 
As cases of COVID 19 explode, the World Health Organisation is urging countries around the world to learn from South Korea. Before even recording its first case of the virus its technology industries mobilised, enabling it to test anyone with symptoms, perform extensive contact tracing and isolate those at risk – fast. This enabled the country to p…
 
Grain growers are being reminded they're not immune to coronavirus. A how to guide has been published by industry group Grain Growers, spelling out how to best prepare your property to protect workers from covid-19. In between rain late yesterday in Victoria, rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with Grain Growers Chairman Brett Hosking: Listen…
 
Nigeria has seen a small number of Covid -19 cases, largely spread amongst the most affluent, people who travel abroad, However there is concern about the potential of the virus to spread to overcrowded slum areas. In such conditions social distancing measures would be difficult to enforce. What are the alternatives? The US now has the majority of …
 
Bleacher Report’s Adam Lefkoe joins the show to talk about how COVID-19 will affect 2020 NFL training camps as well as the regular season, and how hard it will be for teams to hit the ground running when the season begins (1:05). Then, The Ringer’s draft expert Danny Kelly joins the show to offer up the prospects we’re not talking about enough, inc…
 
Wool growers are being warned to expected further uncertainty, as coronavirus continues to devastate global economies. Australian Wool Innovation has written to growers, detailing the current state of the industry. While some factories have resumed production in China, it's unclear what levels of demand they'll receive for garments. Rural editor Ed…
 
The horticulture sector is making an urgent plea to extend the visas of seasonal fruit, vegetable, and nut pickers who are already in the country, with Australia's borders shut because of coronavirus. The National Farmers Federation is warning if the visas aren't extended, fresh produce will go unpicked this winter leaving growers out of pocket. Ru…
 
Exports of seafood, meat, fresh fruit and vegetables is resuming with a $170 million air freight package. - $110 million will be used to coordinate flights from Australia to key export markets. - $10 million will waive Commonwealth fishery fees - $50 million for the government's export grants program. An air-freight coordinator will be appointed fo…
 
You and I .... are completely different.... Not just because we like different music or have different parents, but because we are more than individuals. We contains multitudes of microbial communities and, believe it or not, my community is different than yours. Today, we are talking with Dr. Kathryn Milligan-Mhyre about her research into how micr…
 
Show Notes Episode 23 – Karneck the Judge of All Things Welcome back to another episode of Galactic Conflict! On today’s episode I have Derek Schultz better known as Karneck on the forums. He has been an official FFG judge for the past year since GENCON and was supposed to be one of the Judges at this year’s worlds. We discuss the FAQ update from a…
 
This week, Arthur welcomes friend and author Rich O’Malley to discuss Rich’s book “One Lucky Fan”, chronicling his quest to see a home game for all 123 teams in the four major US pro sports leagues: MLB, NBA, NHL, and NFL. The guys discuss what prompted Rich to take on this project, some of the things he looks for in an arena or stadium that make i…
 
Danny Kelly has been grinding tape on the 2020 NFL draft so you don’t have to, and on this episode he feeds Danny Heifetz and Craig Horlbeck digestible nuggets on the deepest receiver class in years. DK compares receivers to archetypes from the standout 2014 class of Sammy Watkins, Mike Evans, Odell Beckham Jr., and Davante Adams; guesses which rec…
 
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