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Zoo Logic with animal trainer, zoo advocate, and ZOOmility author, Dr. Grey Stafford, is a weekly conversation with zoo, aquarium, and animal experts about Nature, wildlife, pets, animal training with positive reinforcement, health and welfare, research, conservation, and education, sustainability, zoo politics, activism and legislation, and all things animals! On Zoo Logic, we’ll go behind the scenes with animal professionals and influencers from around the world to explore the latest Zoos ...
 
Meet the Ocean is an educational podcast using storytelling to improve science communication. Topics and interviews explore the polar regions and other far-off destinations. Content available for all ages. Listen to Learn. Donate to support. 501(c)(3) nonprofit. www.meettheocean.org
 
Join writer and musician Jennifer Juan on her immersive and engaging podcast “Sincerely, Jennifer x” a weekly exploration of language, literature, and a little thing called life. Every week join Jennifer as she discusses the week's biggest issues, opens up about her experiences, answers your questions and shares poetry and short stories. Find more information on Jennifer and her work, along with hundreds of free to access poems, short stories and videos at www.jenniferjuan.com Email Jennifer ...
 
From GGV, this is Founder Real Talk, where we get real about the challenges that founders and startup executives face, and how they've grown from tough experiences. Check out founderrealtalk.ggvc.com for more information on the podcast and how to reach us with your founder questions. Hosted by Glenn Solomon, Managing Partner at GGV Capital.
 
We Play Gaming is the official podcast of Go Play Gaming (goplaygaming.com). Hosted each week by Max (Multimaxmil) and Ryan (Orca Theory), the podcast touches on news from gaming, tech, and online content creation, as well as channel and video spotlights from Go Play Gaming users, and discussions on creating gaming content for the web. The guys also talk about food. Yummy, yummy food.
 
Bierfunk ist der Podcast über die Menschen hinter dem Bier. Landgang Gründer Lars Großkurth interviewt Brauer und Bierpersönlichkeiten live und ungeschönt. Die Internationalen Brauereien werden in Englisch interviewt. Dazu werden Biere der jeweiligen Brauerei verkostet. Das Interview wird einmal im Monat live vor Publikum in der Landgang Brauerei in Hamburg aufgenommen. Für Bierfans und welche die es werden wollen. | Bierfunk is the podcast about people behind breweries and beers. Landgang B ...
 
The Beyond IoT conference introduces its very first Podcast series, Digitise or Die. Join our (non tech) hosts Laura Blake and Emily Stickland talk to start-ups and Entrepreneurs on how the digital revolution is transforming their businesses and the opportunities this brings for the future. Digitise or Die, discusses Extended Reality, Tech for Good, Covid-19 and the ups and downs of turning a business idea into a reality with the use of innovative technologies. What's in the past will die, t ...
 
The Exploring Washington State Podcast is for you if you are looking for ideas and inspirations of great places to visit, fantastic places to grab a bite to eat and drink. If you want to know more about the businesses that call Washington State home, learn about the amazing artists who are creating artwork.The State of Washington is an amazing place to live and a great place to visit. The Exploring Washington State Podcast helps to showcase the splendor of Washington State. Remember "there i ...
 
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With their characteristic tall dorsal fins and black and white color patterns, orcas are one of the ocean’s most iconic species. Measuring up to 32 feet long and weighing as much as 6 tons, orcas have one of the largest geographic distributions of any species. They live in all latitudes, in all oceans, from the Arctic to Antarctica. While they are …
 
Killer whales are a bit provincial. They’re split into small regional populations that stay on their own -- they almost never interact with others. The smallest of these groups is the Southern Resident population. It’s found in the Pacific Northwest. There are so few of the whales that they’re listed as an endangered species. The population is spli…
 
In this episode Scott Cowan has a conversation with Mindy Sonshine one of the owners of Orcas Island Leather Goods. Based On Orcas Island in the beautiful San Juan Islands. Mindy and her husband moved their family to Orcas Island based on a family summer camp. This was a French speaking summer camp. Mindy is a lot of fun and this was a very enjoyab…
 
Emer Keaveney is a marine mammal ecologist, ocean educator, co- founder and Executive Director of Ocean Research and Conservation Association Ireland or for short ORCA Ireland. ORCA Ireland “for-impact” non-profit organisation that is dedicated to monitoring and minimising disturbance to marine wildlife through innovation and awareness. Emer is the…
 
"All my relations" within indigenous peoples' groups includes those of other beings in Animal experience on the planet. Regardless of seeming surface differences. Likewise, the family design among diverse species yields striking similarities. https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/comment/six-facts-about-elephant-families-9015298.html https://lightfu…
 
Skaana guests Erich Hoyt, Robbie Bond, Joel Bakan, Carl Safina, Julia Barnes, Marc Bekoff & the Skaana team share our wishes for a very new New Year in 2021. Skaana connects you to stories about oceans, eco-ethics and the environment. Join the Pod… https://www.patreon.com/mobydoll Skaana home….. skaana.org Skaana on Medium…. https://medium.com/skaa…
 
On today’s episode, Jennifer shared some poems, tells your fortune and talks about marine captivity, her favourite Christmas present, why influencers should be left in 2020 and how tired she is of street harassment. What The Actual F*** Is Going On In Your Life? Timestamps:Pile 1: 45:03Pile 2: 01:07:06Pile 3: 01:22:01Donate to Mind Out to help LGBT…
 
Few people working in the entertainment world can point to sea lions, walrus and otters being among their earliest co-stars like comedian Bill Sindelar can. How did growing up in Cleveland working alongside animal trainers and marine mammals in front of live audiences prepare him for a successful life-long career in Hollywood working on popular liv…
 
Tom Phillips, the Guardian’s Latin America correspondent, looks at the surge of infections in the Brazilian state of Amazonas that has left many hospitals without the most basic supplies and has prompted yet more protests against Bolsonaro. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus…
 
Like many festivals over the last year, the Sundance Film Festival has had to rethink how to present its event during the pandemic. This year, Sundance decided to team up with about 30 “satellite” partner organizations to deliver the festival virtually. Northwest Film Forum is the only satellite partner in the Pacific Northwest.…
 
In this episode, we chat with Suzanne Smith, Founder and Executive Director of the Amazon River Dolphin Conservation Foundation about her efforts to conserve the endangered River Dolphins in the Amazon through research, education and collaboration. We talk about how her conservation work which builds upon the wisdom and beliefs of the local communi…
 
This is a crossover episode between Founder Real Talk and Evolving for the Next Billion and is co-hosted by GGV Managing Partners, Glenn Solomon and Hans Tung. Josh Silverman has been the CEO of Etsy since 2017. Etsy is an innovative online marketplace that connects millions of creative sellers and buyers around the world. Etsy’s mission is to“keep…
 
This week, Liz is joined by Co-Founder and CEO of Bluemercury Inc., Marla Beck to share what changed her perspective and allowed her to follow her entrepreneurial spirit. Marla explains how she was inspired after hearing Jeff Bezos speak on the value of e-commerce, the innovations that sprung from working in the first Bluemercury retail location, h…
 
Seafood is the world’s most highly traded food commodity and reports of seafood mislabeling have become increasingly common over time. A new study by Arizona State University looked at the environmental effects of mislabeled seafood. What is mislabeled seafood? Sometimes the snapper you were served was really Pacific Ocean Perch. Maybe grouper was …
 
Journalist Corinne Redfern discusses the impact the pandemic has had on the Filipino women trapped overseas, including Mimi (not her real name) who works for a wealthy family in London for just £5 an hour. Mimi was asked to keep working through the first lockdown with the family coaching her on what to say if the police stopped her. In her spare ti…
 
10:40 a.m. Wednesday: Updated with statements from the Tacoma City Council and Tacoma Police Union Local No. 6. Street racing, protests and a police officer driving through a crowd and running over one person: These issues were the focus of two back-to-back meetings Monday night in Tacoma.By jwing@knkx.org (Jennifer Wing)
 
Our sleeping bag gets way more fun this week as Mike Becker, Founder of Funko, joins us. Mike talks about how he went from having a 1.9 GPA and a garage full of toys to having a large hand in creating one of the most successful and recognized brands out there today. We talk with him about Funko's epic parties at ComicCon, his new Hot Smack Hot Sauc…
 
Plastic debris comes in all different shapes and sizes, but pieces that are less than five millimeters in length are called microplastics. Microplastics are everywhere, including in the food we eat, the water we drink, and the air we breathe. Much of the oceanic microplastic pollution comes from the breakdown of plastic litter. Another source of mi…
 
Several national surveys suggest people from black, Asian and minority backgrounds are far more likely to reject having the Covid-19 vaccine than their white counterparts. Nazia Parveen and Annabel Sowemimo explain the root causes of this hesitancy. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus…
 
166 years ago this past Friday, on Jan. 22, 1855, the Treaty of Point Elliott was signed in what is now Mukilteo, Washington. The document is the source of much power for many local tribes today, but it wasn’t always that way. It’s celebrated every year in tribal ceremonies that are open to outsiders.…
 
166 years ago this past Friday, on Jan. 22, 1855, the Treaty of Point Elliott was signed in what is now Mukilteo, Washington. The document is the source of much power for many local tribes today, but it wasn’t always that way. It’s celebrated every year in tribal ceremonies that are open to outsiders.…
 
Most students around the Puget Sound region have been learning remotely since last March. But in addition to needing access to the internet and a computer, they’ve also had to figure out how to make a learning space at home. The South Seattle community group WA-BLOC has been trying to help meet students’ needs. The group has been handing out portab…
 
Exploring Washington State episode 38 Part 4 Featuring my long time friend, former roommate, and family member Michael "Wanz" Wansley. We are going to cover over 40 years of his musical journey. In Part 4 we finish our conversation and we learn more about the journey that Wanz travelled as he was called in to sing the hook on Thrift Shop and the wo…
 
Any conversation about climate policy and energy in the United States has to take Texas into consideration. Texas leads the nation in energy production, providing more than one-fifth of U.S. domestically produced energy. Texas also uses more energy than any other state and accounts for almost one-seventh of total U.S. energy consumption. The state’…
 
Let's take KITT out for one last ride, shall we? In today's episode, we discuss our top highlights from the series, battle internet problems, and are driven to tears by quite possibly the nicest thing anyone has ever said to us. -- Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ciampaklein/ Instagram: @knightrideryears Twitter: @KnightRiderPod Ema…
 
TW: Discussion of sexual harassment and sexual abuse from 05:59 until 01:01:14On today’s episode, Jennifer shares some new poems, and talks about why women have to overcome internalised misogyny, her plans for Valentine’s Day, her rooftop adventures and the truth about James Spiby/Daleksgamertag. Jennifer also updates you on recent events in Britis…
 
Sea lilies and feather stars are some of the most beautiful and delicate creatures in the oceans. Many of these animals resemble feather dusters, with the “feathers” colored orange, yellow, green, or other hues. They’re also among the oldest sea creatures. Their ancestors date back hundreds of millions of years. Because of that, they’re sometimes c…
 
It seems especially timely after a year of racial unrest that a new play brings to light the life of someone who fought so hard for equality. Seattle playwright Cheryl West has written a new play called "Fannie," which highlights the life of activist Fannie Lou Hamer. I spoke to her about the play and Hamer's legacy.…
 
On Wednesday the Pac-12 announced that commissioner Larry Scott's tenure would end in June, a year before his contract was set to expire. KNKX sports commentator Art Thiel says that over the 12 years that he ran the Pac-12, Scott had a rather lavish lifestyle that came as a great expense to the organization.…
 
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, global sea levels have been rising over the past century, and the rate has increased in recent decades. Sea levels are currently rising about one-eighth of an inch every year. Sea level rise is caused primarily by two factors related to climate change: the added water from melting gl…
 
Amid a dispute over the Bellevue School District’s expansion of in-person learning to young students, the district asked a King County Superior Court commissioner to issue a temporary injunction against its educators union to force them to resume both in-person and live online instruction.By Ashley Gross
 
When you call Alfredo Arreguin on the phone, you aren’t strangers for long. Arreguin, 86, has built a reputation as a painter of bright, vibrant works – full of bold colors and animals and nature … big shots of warmth in what has, lately, felt like a cold world. His work is in two Smithsonian museums, and he’s been widely praised and awarded for hi…
 
When Steven González was first named to the Washington state Supreme Court, as an associate justice in 2011, he brought his family to the Temple of Justice – that large, sandstone building in Olympia where the court meets. They were in a hallway looking at portraits of the previous justices – black-robed white men with serious expressions on their …
 
One size doesn't fit all - bodies - nor should it. With our Animal companions, veterinary advice and support is always key plus don't rule something out just because you don't like it - for them. Asking is always best! https://www.whole-dog-journal.com/health/what-canine-conditions-is-cbd-proven-to-treat-successfully/?utm_content=bufferab60d&utm_me…
 
Living during a global pandemic is inherently stressful. Stress can negatively impact how we make decisions. “And so when people are feeling that stress, then cortisol floods their brain, and it really impairs people's ability to process information," says Meredith Li-Vollmer, a risk communicator at Public Health — Seattle & King County.…
 
In this episode Scott Cowan has a conversation with Ava Davis or as she is known online PNW Cider Girl. Ava is an avid hiker and cider enthusiast. She combines her love for hiking and ciders. Many of her cider reviews show the cider at some location on one of her hikes. Ava also completed 52 hikes in 52 weeks in 2020. We chat about what it takes to…
 
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