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Best Green New Deal podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Green New Deal podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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A bipartisan podcast on energy and environmental politics in America. Presented by the USC Schwarzenegger Institute. Political Climate goes beyond the echo chambers to bring you civil conversations, fierce debates and insider perspectives, with hosts and guests from across the political spectrum. Join Democrat and Republican energy experts Brandon Hurlbut and Shane Skelton, along with Greentech Media's Julia Pyper, as we explore how energy and environment policies get made.
 
#ClimateJustUs | Bringing the Climate Back Down to Earth What if climate change isn’t just a crisis? What if it’s our best chance to build a better, more just world? Join the Climate Justice Coalition as we discuss the fight to combat climate change and build a better world as we do so. Another Solid Gold Podcast https://SolidGold.co.za — #BeHeard
 
A Podcast about Green ideas. In the run up to the general election, we're getting to grips with the Green Party of England and Wales' manifesto - 'If not now, when?' - with the people who put it together. A space where we can hear more from the Greens themselves, both Party politicians & outside of party politics, and where we find out more about the fine details of the Party's platform, to understand this growing movement to do what the science requires for the climate. Green Space is produ ...
 
EQUAL TIME is where Vermonters talk about issues ignored by the corporate media—mothers opposing toxic pollution, workers fighting for decent jobs, nurses working for health care reform, students speaking out about their education, farmers struggling against corporate agribusiness, and more.
 
Inflection Point with Lauren Schiller is about how women rise up, social change and the quest for equality, featuring in-depth conversations with women taking charge and leading change. Every episode offers stories, inspiration and actions you can apply to your own life. Take action with our Toolkit episodes and uncover hidden sexism with our Feminist Detective segments. From KALW 91.7FM in San Francisco and PRX. inflectionpointradio.org
 
Lewis Howes is a New York Times best-selling author, 2x All-American athlete, keynote speaker, and entrepreneur. The School of Greatness shares inspiring interviews from the most successful people on the planet—world-renowned leaders in business, entertainment, sports, science, health, and literature—to inspire YOU to unlock your inner greatness and live your best life.
 
Lunch Agenda is a virtual lunch date that offers us all a chance to be food activists. Kiko spent three years interviewing neighbors served by the Capital Area Food Bank about how they like to eat. She’s learned that in order for everyone in America to eat better, we need to listen to different perspectives from our own and pursue change on many levels. She’ll sit with doctors, parents, policymakers and more to hear their agenda for the food system, and will ask each guest for one action lis ...
 
Energy Policy Now offers clear talk on the policy issues that define our relationship to energy and its impact on society and the environment. The series is produced by the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania and hosted by energy journalist Andy Stone. Join Andy in conversation with leaders from industry, government, and academia as they shed light on today's pressing energy policy debates.
 
What is climate change? What can I do to help stop climate change? In this brand new podcast series scientist and activist Dr. Ciarán O’Carroll (Extinction Rebellion) explains the science and answers the most frequently asked questions about climate change in a series of bite size podcasts. This podcast will answer all these questions and more in an accessible and entertaining way and turn you from a beginner into an expert!
 
Let us introduce you to some of the fascinating people we work with to help you make sense of the world’s most complex challenges. In this podcast we share our research, explore alternatives to the status quo and give a platform to scholars and activists who are at the forefront of the fight against the current neoliberal order. We believe there are alternatives to this world and hope you do too.
 
Inside Personal Growth provides listeners with high quality interviews featuring leading authors in the field of personal development. This online podcast program is curated with content from international experts in the art of transformation. It is our mission here to tune listeners into an audio experience that will entertain and educate to help improve every facet of their lives. Since 2007, Inside Personal Growth has connected people with the wisdom and resources they need to work throug ...
 
New York City’s favorite morning anchor pulls back the curtain on the biggest stories around the five boroughs – the impactful, fascinating, and extraordinary headlines reported each week by Spectrum News NY1. Through intimate conversations with the newsroom’s expert journalists, Pat Kiernan illuminates what matters to resident New Yorkers and New Yorkers at heart.
 
Student DJs at WCBN created It’s Hot in Here in 2008 in order to combine environmental journalism with positive, infectious pop and counter culture energy. Placing the wealth of knowledge at the University of Michigan's School for Environment and Sustainability (formerly known as the School of Natural Resources and Environment) in conversation with Ann Arbor and the world, It’s Hot in Here ushered in a new era in envi­ron­men­tally-themed college talk radio with a focus on soul and R&B. Over ...
 
New Left Radio is bringing news and commentary from behind the front lines of late stage capitalism through a democratic socialist lens. At the root of our socialism is a profound commitment to democracy, as means and end. As we are unlikely to see an immediate end to capitalism tomorrow, we fight for reforms today that will weaken the power of corporations and increase the power of working people. We are committed to democracy as not simply one of our political values but our means of restr ...
 
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Every Friday I do a Q/A session on the Bridges of Meaning Discord server. To participate you can join here. https://discord.gg/jdVk8XU Full Notes https://docs.google.com/document/d/1az4ktrjrrx68m3UNmtpVyNBIbhKh3XayZ9M8vGppImg/edit?usp=sharing 0:00 The Green panic. 20:00 How do you spread your grace to other people. Something has been bothering me, …
 
"There's no more consequential challenge that we must meet in the next decade than the onrushing climate crisis. Left unchecked, it is literally an existential threat to the health of our planet and to our very survival." That's Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden, laying out his energy plan for the country. He wants you to believe that his…
 
On the 9th July 2020 we held an Action Call to build the Health Movement for a Green New Deal. We discussed the what, why and how of building the health movement for transformative climate justice and were joined by special guest speakers: Dr Abdul El-Sayed – Former Health Director of Detroit and professor at Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Hea…
 
New Zealanders are suddenly caught up by the practice of genome sequencing. It's the way scientists are aiming to find out where our confirmed cases of community transmission started. Dr Bloomfield at today’s press conference told media that they have found links to cases in the UK and Australia. Jemma Geoghegan, an expert in genome sequencing from…
 
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris pushed past their one-time political rivalry Wednesday to deliver an aggressive attack on the character and performance of President Donald Trump in their historic first appearance as running mates. The physical debut of the Democratic ticket was without parallel in recent political annals. The coronavirus prevented Bide…
 
A South Auckland councillor has slammed the traffic chaos at testing stations around the city - particularly in his neighbourhood, where community transmission of the deadly disease would be worst. Manurewa-Papakura ward councillor Daniel Newman called the heavy congestion seen at testing stations from the North Shore, West Auckland and South Auckl…
 
Debate continues around the election date. National Leader Judith Collins has called for the September election to be delayed because of Covid-19. It's a little over five weeks before we head to the polls. Former National Party and ACT leader Don Brash told Mike Hosking the new restrictions have already started to impact campaigning. “All political…
 
On this week's episode of JetNation radio, Adam Gase met with the media and discussed his improper use of Leveon Bell and how he hopes to change that in 2020. Bell and quarterback Sam Darnold also spoke with the press as the team gets ready to start padless practices. We'll also cover the team's most important performers on offense outside of Sam D…
 
Well yesterday was a busy day for the conspiracy theorists wasn't it? We were inundated with correspondence, like I'm sure many other media outlets were, with all the fake news alerts circulating on Facebook, the alleged texts from a friend of a friend who knew all about what was "really" happening, the alleged close friends of Ashley Bloomfield wh…
 
Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden has picked Sen. Kamala Harris (D–Calif.) as his running mate, making her the first African American vice-presidential candidate in U.S. history. Harris had positioned herself during the primary campaign as a reformer who has tirelessly worked to correct the abuses of the criminal justice system, and she conf…
 
“You’re one contact away from your life changing. If you start valuing your contacts like a book of business, everything changes.” Lewis is joined by entrepreneur, investor, and content creator Patrick Bet-David to discuss his new book, “Your 5 Next Moves: Master the Art of Business Strategy.” They talk about the essential rules of money, why culti…
 
The U.K. has kept a lid on its unemployment rate so far during the coronavirus pandemic but, scratch beneath the surface, there are worrying trends that will likely see the jobless total soaring by the end of the year. As department store Debenhams announced another 2,500 job losses on Tuesday, official figures showed that the number of people in p…
 
There is disappointment from the business sector that Covid-19 has returned to the country. Brad Olsen, senior economist at Infometrics said that the restrictions placed on Auckland would have an impact on the wider economy. "By our estimate, around about 28 per cent of Auckland's workforce cannot operate under level three, that's about 250,000 job…
 
So we're not in lockdown per se - as many media are alleging, it's Level 3 - which is not a lockdown. So we need to calm down and try to be cool headed about this. It's Level 3 and it doesn't start until midday today, and at this stage it's only until Friday. Fingers and toes crossed it finishes then. The only difference this time round is we're be…
 
An epidemiologist has outlined the "best case scenario" for the country after the Prime Minister announced four cases of community transmission were plunging Auckland back into lockdown. Otago University epidemiologist Professor Michael Baker hoped mass testing would reveal a link to an overseas traveller and all possible chains of transmission cou…
 
Support this podcast Alberta's UCP Environment and Parks Minister Jason Nixon is planning on partially closing 20 parks, and handing over management of 164 parks to private companies— and internal disclosures suggest a further sell-off of Alberta's parks is in the works. Alberta has also rescinded the 1976 Coal Development Policy, raising the possi…
 
Could Donald Trump’s face be added to Mount Rushmore? White House aides reached out to South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem last year about the process of adding additional presidents to Mount Rushmore, the New York Times reported. According to a person familiar who spoke with the Times, Noem then greeted Trump when he arrived in the state for his July Fo…
 
A travel bubble between the Cook Islands and New Zealand is expected to benefit the Cooks more than us. Officials will travel there over the next 10 days to set up a framework for the long-awaited bubble. Travel between the two countries is expected to open this side of Christmas. Economist Benje Patterson told Kate Hawkesby] it will be in the Cook…
 
Victorians should brace themselves for a much higher death toll — which could be twice as high as the current numbers — one expert warns as the state deals with fallout from its outbreak. While Victoria appears to have turned a corner on its daily case numbers, the state announced a record 19 deaths on Monday and the toll is set to rise. University…
 
I know of four families who lost teenagers to suicide these past school holidays. I hear there were 7 families impacted by suicide in the Queenstown area in the past two weeks. Our suicide rates in this country should be of no surprise to anyone – we have the worst rate of teen suicides in the developed world. It’s a shameful and heartbreaking stat…
 
Los Angeles was the first major city to announce that its public schools wouldn't be re-opening for in-person instruction in the fall, and districts across the country have followed suit. A coalition of California parents is suing the state on the grounds that poor and special-needs children in particular have received inadequate instruction during…
 
“We missed the fact that there was this symbiotic, sentient being that was not only living within us, but was directing us.” Lewis sits down with a School of Greatness icon, health and nutrition expert Dr. Steven Gundry, to discuss the obscure foods that reverse the aging process, the dangers of over-the-counter medicine, and the best ways to prote…
 
A couple of weeks ago I talked about Living Stones Online and Estuary. I addressed them a few times in Q/A sessions. This is a further follow up. What do I want? Where am I going? https://youtu.be/TVPhuqvcI0YNew website under development https://livingstonescrc.com Click here to meetup with other channel viewers for conversation https://discord.gg/…
 
You are in for a breath of fresh air because the guest on this podcast is Peter Kozodoy the author of a new book entitled "Honest to Greatness-How Today's Greatest Leaders Use Brutal Honesty to Achieve Massive Success".If you want to learn what it takes to move your organization to becoming honest and working from a place of conscious capitalism th…
 
New York City schools got the green light to open in September. But plans are brief and parents (and teachers) still have a lot of questions. Annika Pergament and Jamie Stelter speak with City Councilman and Education Committee chair Mark Treyger. Crosstown will be on hiatus until August 18. IMPORTANT LINKS Learn more about “One New York,” our reso…
 
Young people spent less time fretting about their savings during lockdown. Research by the Commission for Financial Capability has found fewer people between 18 and 34 were keeping a close eye on their finances from March to June. Those who considered the money was there to be spent shot up from 29 percent to 42 percent. Retirement Commissioner Jan…
 
Can we count a poll of 500 people as valid? NZ First certainly won’t given the result, but that’s how many people were canvassed by Colmar Brunton in Northland. Northland is a critical seat for NZ First because they’re floundering at two per cent in the polls thus far. And the weekend’s poll result showed Shane Jones likelihood of winning that seat…
 
The Greens' housing policy is being called 'nonsensical naivety'. The party says it could wipe the 18,000-strong social housing list clean within five years by building more rentals, and offering Crown guarantees for community providers. OneRoof commentator Ashley Church says it shows the party doesn't know how the sector works. He says there's abo…
 
Hospitals and schools, then shattered and bent water pipes, then the crater that once was Lebanon's port. The rebuilding needs of Lebanon are immense, but so is the question of how to ensure the millions of dollars promised in international aid is not diverted in a country notorious for missing money, invisible infrastructure projects and its refus…
 
The Exodus is the touchstone of distinguishing the hopes of humanity to end endemic, common oppression and the true path to liberation. Israel is bound in slavery but the script of the City of Man offers no permanent solution. Moses begins as a would-be liberator like Sargon of Akkad but fails. How will a living God unseat not only one example of c…
 
"An open society is a place that has a lot of intellectual pluralism," says Jonathan Rauch, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and the author of the landmark 1993 book Kindly Inquisitors: The New Attacks on Free Thought. "Canceling comes from the universe of propaganda…it's about making an idea or a person socially radioactive." In this s…
 
Tony Seba gets a lot of things right. The world-renowned thought leader, entrepreneur, educator and author accurately predicted the rapid decline in solar photovoltaic costs and lithium ion batteries. He also predicted the collapse of the coal industry and oil prices. Now, he’s out with a new book, “Rethinking Humanity,” that predicts the 2020s wil…
 
http://www.absolutely-intercultural.com/podcast/absolutely_intercultural_show_253.mp3 Welcome to show 253 of Absolutely Intercultural, A Day in the Life of Kalvin, coming to you from the beautiful Rheinland in Germany. Today’s show is an immersive journey about daily life in Germany, narrated by one of our Australian international students. Have yo…
 
On today's 5-minute Friday, Lewis reflects on one of his favorite guests ever: Dr. Laurie Santos, a Yale Psychology Professor and an expert on happiness. Lewis re-examines Dr. Santos' six-point plan to become truly happy. Mel Robbins: The “Secret” Mindset Habit to Building Confidence and Overcoming Scarcity: https://link.chtbl.com/970-pod Dr. Joe D…
 
For many New Yorkers, outdoor dining was a breath of fresh air after stay-at-home orders. And for restaurateurs, it was an opportunity to pick up business. But with fewer seats and shifting business models, times are still tough for the restaurant industry. Annika Pergament and Jamie Stelter speak with Jimmy Rizvi, the owner of Gupshup, about how t…
 
Wellington ethical garment manufacturer Little Yellow Bird will begin recycling its products when they reach the end of their wearable life, making it the first New Zealand fashion brand to close the loop on its supply chain. The business has just had its garments certified by a European textile recycler and will send its first shipment of 1,000 ki…
 
The Government is being accused of moving too slowly in several parts of its coronavirus response. Health Minister Chris Hipkins is urging everyone to keep face masks in their emergency kits at home, in case of a move back to Alert Level two. Otago University public health expert Nick Wilson told Kate Hawkesby he and his colleagues have been recomm…
 
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