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Best Welfare podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Welfare podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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A monthly podcast bringing you the latest information to help build stronger relationships with our animal companions, enhance training, assist shelter animals, and address other important issues relating to animal welfare and training. If you are like us who love, live, and work with animals, this is the show for you! Please enjoy!Please contact us or find more information at:Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/CAAWT/E-mail: caawtcontact@gmail.com
 
Animal rights in Aotearoa New Zealand. Animal Matters is SAFE's fortnightly podcast about all things animal rights and the issues impacting animals in Aotearoa. Will Appelbe discusses the latest current affairs impacting animals, the decisions of policymakers and government, and the complexities that surround the exploitation of animals.
 
Charity Chat is a podcast from the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) - the independent national regulator of Australian charities. Each episode features a chat with an expert about a topic of interest to registered charities and the broader charity and not-for-profit sector. The short episodes are a great way to stay informed about all things charity: issues facing the charity sector, aspects of charity governance, and meeting obligations to the ACNC. Be sure to chec ...
 
Visit Our Facebook Page Join The Livegan Podcast with hosts Kevin Lahey and Ben Le Roi, as they interview inspirational leaders in the animal rights community and help vegan activists become more effective. Kevin is an ex-undercover investigator with CARE and Mercy for Animals Ben is co-founder of Nation Rising
 
Pat Derby's PAWScasts: the latest updates from the Performing Animal Welfare Society's captive wildlife sanctuaries.Elephants: Maggie's transition from the Anchorage Zoo, Nicholas' bull habitat construction, "Bucks for Bulls" and news of Annie, Becky, Mara, Ruby, Wanda and Lulu.Updates on the bears, tigers, lions, monkeys and all the rest of PAWS' residents.Latest updates from Pat Derby and Ed Stewart regarding wild animals in captivity.
 
PackPeople makes an impact on animals life's. Our dog blog is created to give a deep insight of the work of animal rescue groups, sanctuaries and welfare organizations. Our audio/video interviews with the hardest working animal rescues are unique and highly informative. The mission is to bring dog/animal lovers together, to share, talk, learn, help and network.
 
Economics Detective Radio is a podcast about markets, ideas, institutions, and all things related to the field of economics. Episodes consist of long-form interviews, and are generally released on Fridays. Topics include economic theory, economic history, the history of thought, money, banking, finance, macroeconomics, public choice, Austrian economics, business cycles, health care, education, international trade, and anything else of interest to economists, students, and serious amateurs in ...
 
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 ...
 
inSocialWork is the podcast series of the University at Buffalo School of Social Work. The purpose of this series is to engage practitioners and researchers in lifelong learning and to promote research to practice, practice to research. inSocialWork features conversations with prominent social work professionals, interviews with cutting-edge researchers, and information on emerging trends and best practices in the field of social work.
 
My name is Sarah Prout and my purpose is to help to you to manifest the life you want by guiding your emotions and your energy to shape your own reality. Each episode is filled with doses of inspiration, meditations, personal insights, or powerful conversations with thought leaders from around the world. New episodes each week, please rate and review the podcast to share the love.
 
Save A Pooch is all about rescue dog welfare. With an informative yet humorous tone, the good, the bad, cute, and the ugly will be addressed. Episode topics can range from: how to improve fosters' and adopters' experience with rescues; how to improve rescues' well-being and heal their trauma; what are some of the opportunities for rescues; rescue success stories; how to spot a reputable or fake rescue organization, what determines a healthy human-animal bond and much, much more!
 
Welcome to Radio Free Rescue, a weekly call-in radio show featuring interviews and discussions about animal rights, protection and defense. We currently broadcast from Dallas, Texas, every Monday evening at 8:00 pm U.S. Central Time. Most of our shows are live, although on occasion we'll have a pre-recorded show to accommodate our guests' schedules. Feel free to download previous shows' podcasts from our page so that you can listen anytime!
 
Share in the excitement and importance of ham radio - from tossing an antenna wire into a tree allowing you to talk to the world, to the importance of ham radio operators in time of disasters with hosts Bob Heil, Gordon West, George Thomas, Don Wilbanks, Valerie Hotzfeld, Amanda Alden, and Dale Puckett. Records live every Wednesday at 9:00pm Eastern / 6:00pm Pacific / 01:00 (Thu) UTC.
 
The most fun you’ve ever had with two moms you’ve never met. Co-hosts Meagan Francis and Sarah Powers have eight kids between them, preschool to teen. Weekly conversations offer practical tips and real-life encouragement for moms who want to enjoy motherhood more, and cut back on comparison, worry, and stress. We’re not experts, we’re moms who’ve been there. We’re not perfect, we’re real. Welcome to The Mom Hour.
 
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With the Covid-19 pandemic still having a hold on our daily lives, from workplaces to entertainment, the future of almost every industry will likely have to evolve. Including the pet rescue arena. What challenges do organizations and rescuers face? What solutions are available to accommodate the changing landscape? In today's episode, founder of Pe…
 
Hello everyone! Welcome back to our podcast! In today’s episode, we will share a new approach to training and living with our animals that has been featured for many years in Clicker Expo and The Art and Science of Animal Training Conference. This approach has changed the lives of countless animal companions and their families, and animals in zoos …
 
Support us here: http://canadalandshow.com/join The child welfare system is failing Indigenous children, and APTN's Kenneth Jackson can't stop covering it. His reporting throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has given him a glimpse of what political will could do to transform it. This episode is brought to you by WealthBar, The New Yorker, and Article. …
 
Jacob Hornberger, who's running for the Libertarian Party's presidential nomination, has a message for Americans under 40: "Right now, the government is taking out of your paychecks $2 trillion a year just for Medicare and Social Security….I'm saying, Bull! Keep your money, cut out the middleman…I trust you to handle this on your own." Hornberger i…
 
Transforming the Welfare State and Moving Towards a new Social Contract - Jonathan Boston Is a Professor of Public Policy at Victoria University and Co-Chair of the Expert Advisory Group on Solutions to Child Poverty, established by the Children’s Commissioner. He is the author of ’Transforming the Welfare State Towards New Social Contract Broadcas…
 
Maddi works full-time in a warehouse picking product to be shipped for GAP while her three little boys try to make sense of the changes in their lives; Sarah is pregnant with her second child and working to meet the needs of vulnerable children in her community; Robyn is a 20-year elementary school teaching veteran learning the new ways of distance…
 
During the COVID-19 crisis, child welfare workers are using technology to communicate with families, and foster parents are using technology to connect youth in their care to services and maintain connection between youth and their biological families. This webinar offers considerations and best practices to support child welfare workers as they us…
 
In the fight against the COVID-19, South Korea’s case stands out. The country, despite facing a large outbreak, was able to flatten the curve of new infections without shutting down its economy. Transparent information about the positive cases has helped South Korea not only to maximize the odds of testing the people most likely to be infected, but…
 
Here are the two secrets that I used to go from living on welfare as a single mother to running a 7-figure business. Keep in mind that everyone has a different journey ahead of them and behind them. However, these two #manifesting secrets can be applied by anyone no matter where you are, who you are, what you have been through, or even what you are…
 
The Director of Research for the Dolphin Research Center, Dr. Kelly Jaakkola is back describing a recent Connecticut bill intended to ban all relevant activities surrounding cetaceans living in human care. The bill's timing coincides with a federal import permit application by the state's only marine mammal facility, the Mystic Aquarium, seeking to…
 
Support us at canadalandshow.com/join The pandemic could be an "extinction event" for American newspapers and so their publishers want their own government bailout. Meanwhile Canadian papers want money from Google and Facebook, too. Jeff Jarvis, Cory Doctorow and Emily Bell lay out the problems with all that, and suggest a better way: breaking up t…
 
This week on Knowing Animals I am joined by Andy Lamey. Andy is Associate Teaching Professor at University of California, San Diego. We discuss Andy’s new book ‘Duty and the Beast: Should We Eat Meat in the Name of Animal Rights?’ which was published by Cambridge University Press in 2019. This episode of Knowing Animals is brought to you by AASA. A…
 
Allison is a minister in a church, finding new ways to lead her congregation while awaiting her second baby; Alison deals with the guilt of laying off foodservice employees and permanently shutting down a location of her café business; Starlynn owns an in-home daycare serving front-line families while navigating changing rules and regulations. All …
 
Beyond Organic: "Regenerative" Agriculture, feat. Melissa Hoffman of Sho Farm Melissa Hoffman is a co-owner with Shawn Smith of Sho Farm, LLC, in Vermont. Sho Farm is a unique place where regenerative farming, agroforestry, rewilding and a duck sanctuary all mix in what Melissa calls a “living laboratory.” Melissa and I talked shop about the variou…
 
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer says she's fighting a war. And she's using emergency powers in that fight. But governors are quickly finding that even emergency powers might have their limits. "Tyranny has a new name and it's called a pandemic," says Robert Muise, a constitutional lawyer with the conservative American Freedom Law Center, and a c…
 
How can you tell the difference between a wolf and a coyote? What’s a coywolf? Do they live alone or in packs? Are their packs like wolves, or different? We asked for questions and we got ‘em! A few weeks back, I asked on social media what your questions would be for Lesley Sampson, Founder and Executive Director at Coyote Watch Canada. You answere…
 
For children in Port Pirie there is no 10 second rule. When you grow up in a “lead town” eating off the floor is forbidden, and could be harmful to your health. But when a mum follows all the strict and unusual rules of the town to keep her son safe and his blood lead still continues to rise, she asks: what am I doing wrong?Can a town coexist with …
 
With science proving to be an easy target these days for those looking to politicize it, what lasting harm is done to the public discourse and society's faith in anything the research community at large has to report on any subject, in those rare instances when unsubstantiated, misleading, or unethically crafted papers clear a respected journal's p…
 
Bob interviews 107-year-old ham Cliff Kayhart W4KKP, Valerie and Mike Crownover AD5A present the 2020 IOTA Expeditioner of the Year Award to Mike Zavarukhin VE7ACN, Amateur Radio Newsline with Don, your questions with Amanda and more! Hosts: Bob Heil, Gordon West, George Thomas, Don Wilbanks, Valerie Hotzfeld, and Amanda Alden We invite you to read…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has already had a deep impact on the 2020 presidential election, from a battle over when to hold the Wisconsin primary to the postponement of other primaries and even the Democratic convention. In the months ahead, it will shape every facet of the contest: the issues, the mechanics of campaigns, how candidates engage the voter…
 
When Edward Snowden decided to reveal constitutionally dubious mass surveillance programs operated by the National Security Agency (NSA) in 2013, one of the three people he contacted was Barton Gellman, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter with a long history at The Washington Post. In his riveting new book, Dark Mirror, Gellman details his intense re…
 
In this episode of "Meeting You Where You Are", host Jan Desper Peters and Dr. Kevin Washington, psychologist, professor, and past president of the Association of Black Psychologists, dissect the many examples of modern-day lynching of Black men and boys. We also discuss a full range of topics including how critical it is for Black and Brown people…
 
Covid-19 is being weaponised in a new propaganda war against Western democracy, according to Oxford University’s Philip Howard..His new book shows that misinformation extends far beyond a few bad actors - there's a global industry behind the world’s problem with junk news and political misinformationAlso, we hear about new legislation that human ri…
 
How can we even assess the economic damage, and what forecasts should we believe? Which parts of Japans economy will be hit the hardest, and what are the long-term implications of the likely economic crisis, and Japans role in Northeast Asian competition? Can Japan avoid the mass unemployment and corporate bankruptcies that are now befalling the U.…
 
Naming a new human is a big task–and a fun one, we think! Looking back over our combined eight experiences naming babies, Meagan and Sarah talk about how we decided on names (and whether our partners agreed on our favorites!), what went into middle name decisions, and which names we left on the table. We also explore how our kids have grown into th…
 
In this episode, Marian Pekar, a software developer based in the Czech Republic, joins Stacy to talk about My Nine Lives, a game he is developing to raise money for cat-related charities. Marian became involved in cat charities after adopting Max, a stray kitten, and earlier this year, he decided to use his skills and passion to find a way to help …
 
The number #1 intention that most people want to manifest is more money. Does this sound like you? Abundance creates a beautiful opportunity to experience more freedom in your life. Here are 7 signs abundance is manifesting for you very soon. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
With millions of people forced to remain at home, the labor sector is experiencing historic levels of unemployment. Firms and organizations are mobilizing to accommodate remote work locations - will this become the new normal? And will it be enough to keep the global economy from utter collapse? Series: "Global Impacts of COVID-19 - A GPS Webinar S…
 
On today’s show, we chat with internationally renown biologist Jonathan Balcombe about fish behaviour, sentience, and the state of aquatic life in 2020. It turns out fish are pretty amazing, and there’s a lot you probably don’t know about them. And the Government is spending large to see the country through an economic crisis. There’s going to be s…
 
"We've reached kind of an inflection point in the privacy debate," says Senator Ron Wyden (D–Ore.). With Americans spending more time online than ever before during the COVID-19 pandemic, he worries that government surveillance of the internet matters more now. Before the Senate's May 14 vote to reauthorize the USA Freedom Act, formerly known as th…
 
Janice’s husband works in China and hasn’t been able to travel home to Australia since January; Kassidy and her partner have merged their combined five kids under the age of seven and are learning to live together while figuring out new ways to do their jobs; Stephanie returned from maternity leave just before the pandemic, resuming work as an ICU …
 
New Australian research suggests trees may not be the carbon sponges we think they are. The findings compliment a larger international study that suggests the world’s major forests are saturated and will soon begin emitting, not absorbing carbon. Also, the Finish experiment where citizens are being given individual carbon allocations. It’s all abou…
 
"Beyond the War on Invasive Species" feat. Tao Orion Tao Orion is the author of "Beyond the War on Invasive Species: A Permaculture Approach to Ecosystem Restoration." We conversed on May 18, 2020, and we talked about: the difficulty of defining the term "invasive;" the dangers of the pesticides that are used against them; the question of whether t…
 
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