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In the next decade, the scale and scope of environmental change will test our ingenuity and strength. The fight for a livable planet is one that we must win. Each week we will meet people who can help us navigate this dynamic world and get us on a path to health. Hosted by Jared Blumenfeld, Podship Earth is a call to action. Jared Blumenfeld was the regional administrator of the US Environmental Protection Agency from 2009-2016 (appointed by President Obama). He also served as the Director o ...
 
People had been living in the lap of nature with least impact on the earth. In the past billions of people lived and left the earth, without many impacts. In the last 50 years, the ecological footprint is increasing as people are using exotic and non-sustainable materials in the construction of living spaces. In this podcast, all the aspects of traditional green buildings are presented.
 
Back where it all started, The Chaser return to Triple M 104.9 for Sydney's funniest chase every weekday from 3pm. Join Chaz, Charles, Craig, Dom, Chris and Andrew for a daily radio programme with the characteristically unpredictable Chaser shenanigans. Then Catch Up on the Radio Chaser Platinum Edition every Saturday morning across Australia only on the Triple M network and App.
 
We all need some encouragement and inspiration on this journey of being human. Life is about finding joy, happiness, satisfaction, and learning how to be connected in a world where so many people feel numb. Join Mallory Ervin as she brings the stories and lessons she and her guests have learned to help you awaken to your best life and truly LIVE FULLY. Mallory Ervin is a small town girl turned internet star. She grew up on a farm in Kentucky, the oldest of 23 first cousins destined for big t ...
 
The Henceforward is a podcast that considers relationships between Indigenous Peoples and Black Peoples on Turtle Island. Through this podcast series, we take an open and honest look at how these relationships can go beyond what has been constructed through settler colonialism and antiblackness, we investigate what our mutual obligations and possibilities for contingent collaboration are, and much much more.
 
The {Urban Political} delves into contemporary urban issues with activists, scholars and policy-makers from around the world. Providing informed views, state of the art knowledge and unusual insights, the podcast aims to advance our understanding of urban environments and how we might make them more just and democratic. The {Urban Political} provides a new forum for reflection on bridging urban activism and scholarship, where regular features offer snapshots of pressing issues and new public ...
 
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Achieving a big life goal—and finding a way to do this while maintaining a healthy lifestyle—can seem almost impossible sometimes. So in this episode, my friend Cassidy Ceresa joins me for an amazing conversation about Weight Watchers, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, loving your life, and having a realistic approach to your everyday lifestyle. You…
 
Today I am joined by multi-platinum singer and songwriter Ally Brooke! I'm so excited for you to hear about her journeys in both the music industry and in important areas of life, such as body image and taking a stand for what she believes. Her story is captivating and full of doors closed—and other doors being opened. You can find show notes and m…
 
The weather used to be one of those things that we could turn to when we ran out of things to say. But these days, the weather is part of the big conversations about our future and how a hotter, drier, more unpredictable climate will affect Australia. Listeners share their thoughts on how they discuss the weather and climate change.…
 
It's a sad fact that many Australian workplaces contain leaders who have been promoted to that position in spite of their lack of skills in managing other people.These bosses aren't necessarily bad people, they're just the wrong person for the role they inhabit, and the impact they have on staff morale, good decision making and overall productivity…
 
Long hours of work is a relatively recent phenomenon, so how can we redesign our society to find greater balance? Anthropologist James Suzman takes us through the history of work from the 'San' people of Southern Africa through to the present day, and argues that now is the perfect time to redesign the way we work. Plus, what makes a bad boss?…
 
Thousands of Australians are travelling to Darwin during the global pandemic, and many are ending up in mandatory quarantine at the Howard Springs Quarantine Facility, near Darwin. Their reasons for travel may differ, but once at the camp, many seek out routine, connection and community.
 
Boy, do I have a treat for you guys today! I’m super excited to bring you Shea McGee of Studio McGee and McGee & Co. (If you don’t know those names, I can guarantee that you have seen Shea's products in Target, or online, or even in your friends’ homes.) She is going to be sharing the most incredible story of how she pivoted her life, chose a new d…
 
Victoria is beginning to ease its hotly contested lockdown restrictions, just as many parts of Europe have been plunged back into crisis because of COVID-19. As cases continue to pop up around Australia, listeners and infectious diseases experts share their thoughts on how we should balance opening up the economy with the need to keep as many peopl…
 
Music therapy for dementia patients can be powerful, however there must be safeguards. Bushwalking used to be a health pursuit. Now it's a multi million dollar tourism strategy. Fuzzy Trojan takes on his state government landlord, what superannuation reform means for us, and a stood down Qantas pilot finds new work on a farming machine.…
 
Music therapy for dementia patients can be powerful, however there must be safeguards. Bushwalking used to be a health pursuit. Now it's a multi million dollar tourism strategy. Fuzzy Trojan takes on his state government landlord, what superannuation reform means for us, and a stood down Qantas pilot finds new work on a farming machine.…
 
You and other customers in a cafe were distracted in your enjoyment of coffee, quiet conversation and reading by an older woman who was apparently a newcomer to the smartphone. She called her doctor's surgery and all was heard as she had it on speakerphone and at full volume. You're sure the woman didn't realise her medical consultation was being b…
 
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children are more likely to start school developmentally behind other children in their age group and experts say this is because they are less likely to have spent time in early childhood education centres. But having more childcare centres run by Indigenous community members could help turn things around.…
 
With exhaustion on the rise during the pandemic, how much responsibility do employers have to support the mental health of their workers? Plus, what should you do if your adult children ask for financial help? And how Indigenous-led early childcare centres are creating welcoming spaces for children to thrive.…
 
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