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Listen as we explore issues, ideas and research about wetlands in Canada. Wetlands are some of the most bio-diverse habitats in the country. Wetlands are vital to the health of a wide variety of mammals, birds, amphibians reptiles plants - and, of course human beings. We'll be interviewing research experts and frontline workers from Ducks Unlimited Canada in lively, engaging exchanges. They'll keep you up-to-date and up-to-speed on the best information and stories about these vital Canadian ...
 
Future Cities is a monthly podcast that aims to increase awareness of, and to catalyze action on, urban resilience. The show examines this topic by discussing ongoing research, highlighting current efforts, and sharing stories of resilience in cities across the world. By exploring a wide variety of perspectives, the show digs deep into understanding the many dimensions of resilience and the ways in which cities prepare themselves for the extreme weather events of tomorrow. New episodes will ...
 
The Broads are Britain's largest protected wetland and are home to a wealth of wildlife, especially fish and birdlife. They comprise a network of mostly navigable rivers and lakes in the English counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. The lakes (or broads) were originally formed by the gradual natural flooding of medieval peat excavations and cover an area of some 303 square kilometres (117 sq mi). The rivers and broads subsequently evolved to become a system of water-highways linking the City of N ...
 
Speaking for the Trees is about environmental issues from two environmental engineers’ perspectives, in laymen’s terms. If you always wanted to learn more about environmental issues and don’t know where to start, why not give us a listen (or read)?Ellie and Lauren both worked in environmental consulting after their grad program in environmental engineering. They were looking for ways to continue their education in environmental justice topics they care about when they realized: hey wait a se ...
 
We disseminate current research in the aquatic sciences to a general audience through a semi-monthly podcast. Our goal is to frame recent high-profile research papers or career achievements in the broader context of current environmental and scientific issues and discuss how the guests arrived at these discoveries. We interview a wide variety of scientists ranging from graduate students to tenured professors from a diversity of countries and backgrounds.
 
For every leader, there’s an Elevation. What's an elevation? A moment or series of moments of clarity that can be put into action to elevate your life or purpose. We elevate through empathy, respect, inspiration, impact and maybe most of all, diversity of thought. Why do we do it? Leaders are taught to be so self-reliant, they often lose themselves. We believe that clarity of purpose is a human necessity and that sharing is the best philosophy for leadership. We turn the challenges we face i ...
 
The KYGeoCast is a podcast for anyone with an interest in the geology of Kentucky and geologic issues. Take us along as an audio field trip guide when you visit parks, hike, drive, or bike and learn about the processes that have shaped our Commonwealth. Produced by the staff of the Kentucky Geological Survey, University of Kentucky.
 
Your morning shot of what's new in the world of real estate investing. Daily real estate investment outlook from investor, syndicator, developer and author Victor J. Menasce, so that you can compress timeframes as a real estate investor or developer. Weekday shows are 5 minutes of high energy, high impact awesomeness. The weekend edition consists of interviews with notable guests including Robert Kiyosaki, Robert Helms, Peter Schiff, Chris Martenson, Mark Victor Hansen, George Ross, Ed Griff ...
 
The relationship between sea and land has always been one of dynamic change. Yet, as rising sea levels threaten habitats for wildlife and humans alike, we are today more vulnerable than ever. The 11 video tracks on this album address the complexities of environmental change, focusing on the Blackwater Water Estuary in Essex where a coastal retreat scheme is in operation, managed biodiversity at Wicken Fen in Cambridgeshire, and the search for sustainable forms of development along the River ...
 
Climate change is daunting, even scary. You can feel hopeless. What can help? Knowing that people are taking action to combat climate change. The Climate Daily podcast shares stories of people working together, in their communities and across the globe to adapt and to reduce the effects of climate change. Join co-hosts Jeffrey James, Maude Madison and Grace Rodgers as they bring you a quick round-up of people and organizations taking action to save the Climate. Their mission is to help you f ...
 
Soundwalks paint rich, audio landscapes for children to explore, with different guided relaxations. From working through big feelings and letting go of stress, to finding joy or getting ready for the day, Soundwalks uses the soothing sounds of Australian nature to help kids connect with the present, and themselves.
 
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Amazon nixes warehouse development in Canadian wetland, plus building a global safety net for saving life on Earth. Introducing "We're All In," and can beavers help prevent climate change?By TheClimate.org
 
Collins asks. I’m purchasing eight acres of Wetlands. Many people do not know the difference between Flood Zones and Wetlands... which limits the amount of people with whom one can discuss options. The entire site is designated as wetlands. I have an approved permit from the Army Corps of Engineers for a fill pad and building, but NOT a city approv…
 
Should dogs be kept on leads all the time whenever they're out in the countryside? The Country Land and Business Association says yes. There's been a 10% increase in dog attacks on sheep since this time last year, but there's another problem dogs can cause for farmers: parasites found in some dog poo can be passed on to cattle, and can even cause c…
 
Louann and Ben Williams of Wetland Preserve All photos courtesy of Wetland Preserve, LLC. http://orangeblaze.thegardenpathpodcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/OB_WetlandPreserve_04062021.mp3 Download Episode 56 .emd_dl_blue { -moz-box-shadow:inset 0px 1px 0px 0px #bbdaf7; -webkit-box-shadow:inset 0px 1px 0px 0px #bbdaf7; box-shadow:inset 0px 1px …
 
On today’s show we’re talking about the many items that could prevent a development project from being realized. Some of these will be obvious, and then others simply defy rational explanation. Think of today’s show as a 5 minute Master-class on land development. Whenever you are contemplating a development project, there are dozens of constraints …
 
The Peak District National Park is turning 70. It was the first place in Britain to be designated a national park and under lockdown it's been more popular than ever, visitor numbers have doubled in some places. How well is the national park balancing the demands of visitors, farmers and wildlife?Lockdown restrictions are easing in Scotland, earlie…
 
On today’s show we are talking about the top three mistakes that I see people make in an initial meeting when they are meeting with a potential business prospect. Confusing introduction It’s a bit of a cliche, but you don’t get a second chance to make a first impression. That has to do with the way you look, the energy level you bring to the intera…
 
On Episode 25 of Environmental Experts Radio, Host Dave Coyne is joined by Chris Sunday of Utility Services Group, to discuss the ways in which unsuitable subsurface soil or geologic conditions are addressed using innovative and environmentally-friendly stabilization methods. We explore problems ranging from common sinkhole-prone areas to more uniq…
 
When asked what infrastructure are supposed to do, responses of course vary dramatically from the mundane (for example, provide water and power) to the abstract (for example, facilitate improved well-being through the delivery of basic services). Of course, both are right on some level. But what is often lost is the perspective of the values that w…
 
Farmers need to take action now if agriculture in the UK is to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. That's according to a report published today based on new research from University College London. Caz Graham finds out more.All this week we've been marking the first 100 days since the end of the Brexit transition period and today Bob Walker catches…
 
Looking for hope at the Piney Point fertilizer dam break near Tampa Bay, plus what is the Civilian Climate Corps anyway? Meet the mother of the environmental justice movement, our climate champion Hazel M. Johnson, and Happy 75th anniversary, Mark Trail!By TheClimate.org
 
Right now, scientists are on a ship taking samples and measurements of the Great Lakes. They’re trying to determine how the lakes will fare this year and watching for trends. One trend, the warming climate, could mean changes for the base of the food web in the lakes. But, the researchers are not yet sure what those changes might be.…
 
Predicted farm incomes for this year have been released by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs - and they reveal the impact of both the weather and the pandemic. The average income on cereal farms is forecast to fall by around 43% after the poor harvest of 2020. Meanwhile, high prices for cattle and lambs means lowland livestock …
 
On today’s show we are talking about how market cycles form and the effect it can have on the economy and a business. How do you know when you are in a bubble and how do you protect against catastrophe when you are surrounded by insane market conditions? Market cycles are often driven by an irrational fear. We saw it last year during the early week…
 
Pakistan’s 10 Billion Tree Tsunami, plus updating the Bonn Challenge. Portugal steering toward a post-pandemic green economy, and Ethiopia’s Teki Paper Bags Company employs the deaf while also saving the environment.By TheClimate.org
 
A cross-party independent commission has been set up to suggest ways to improve the new EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement and smooth current exporting difficulties. It’s not a government-backed body - it’s being run by the Best Of Britain group, which calls itself a ’pro-internationalism campaign’. Anna Hill speaks its leader, the Labour MP Hilary…
 
While the world was distracted by a crippling pandemic, major economic shifts were underway and the headlines totally missed it. Changes that affect the course of history happen slowly at first, then all of a sudden. I believe we’re in one of those phases again, right now as we speak. The last time this happened was 1971. We’re still bearing the fa…
 
This weekend marked 100 days since the end of the Brexit transition period. Leaving the European Union has been a massive change for food and farming businesses. From subsidy to trade, from rules on genetic editing to rules on exports, it's all change and so far it hasn’t all been straightforward. We start the week with a man described as the ‘Brai…
 
Russia Pledges 1,000 Electric Buses on Moscow Streets by 2022, plus China Crushes Both America and Russia in the Race To Replace Diesel Buses With Electric. Maryland Passes The “Climate Solutions Now Act Of 2021" and A One Planet Summit Recap.By TheClimate.org
 
Kyle Wilson is best known as the President of Jim Rohn International. He has worked with so many of the world's top personal development thought leaders including Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy, Mark Victor Hansen, Les Brown, Dennis Waitley, to name just a few. On today's show we're talking about how to build a long standing relationship with your custome…
 
We learn about S.A.F.E. Cities, plus Long Island, NY Could Solar Power Itself and More Each Year. Ocean Cleanup’s Solar-Powered Robots Head Toward Cleaning Up Top Ten Plastic-Polluting Rivers, and Rwanda Criminalizes More Plastic Waste.By TheClimate.org
 
On today’s show we’re going to look at one of the largest barriers to housing affordability. But before we do, we’re going back to basic principles. We’re going to start with the law of supply and demand. If demand goes up and supply goes down, then it follows that prices will rise until a new equilibrium is reached. That’s exactly what we’ve seen …
 
An Indian engineer's revolutionary air-cleaning/energy-producing technology attracts the praise of the United Nations, plus a deadly mudslide survivor vows to protect his city's environment. Want Healthier Kids? Let 'Em Play Outdors, and the first US city to ban new gas stations.By TheClimate.org
 
Today’s question comes from Jeremy. He asks, I’m looking to develop a residential subdivision that is close to a naval air force base. There are plenty of houses all around the subject property. Could the airport affect what gets built on the property? Jeremy this is a great question. The regions around airports are all subject to elevated noise le…
 
On today’s show I’m going to share a rather unscientific observation. It’s not based on a statistical sample size of any significance. But the data is first hand and for that reason, I’m paying attention to it. A lot has been written about the pain of retail in the past year. There’s lots of office vacancy that has opened up as well. Many are wonde…
 
Why Green Roofs matter, plus Minnesota pollution control agency proposes $2.9 million sewer resilience improvement legislation. Red Lakes Band of Chippewa Tribe goes solar, and happy 10th anniversary of the Adaptation Fund!By TheClimate.org
 
Making construction board from wheat straw, plus the city of Sevilla, Spain turns its leftover oranges into electricity. Grid scale battery storage a reality, and three days of Earth Day climate action!By TheClimate.org
 
On today’s show we’re talking about the difficult topic of how to account for what has happened in the past year during the pandemic. Now I want to be clear, I’m not an accountant, and I don’t play one on a podcast. The questions raised on today’s show are for you to discuss with your accountant and make a determination for your specific circumstan…
 
Cory Boatright hails from Oklahoma City where he has created a volume wholesaling business. In addition, Cory has also amassed a sizeable multi-family apartment portfolio. What sets Cory apart is that he is an expert at the art and science of marketing. On today's show we're talking about how to use split testing to refine any marketing campaign. Y…
 
One of the widely accepted principles in the tax code is that you should be taxed on money you actually received. But there are a few examples of taxation on phantom income. The problem has the potential to get much bigger. On today’s show we’re talking about the concept of a deemed disposition. It’s pretty clear in the tax law of most western coun…
 
Dominion Energy to build electric car power stations along the I-95 & I-81 corridors in Washington, DC, plus the BBC produces the world's first emissions-free outdoor broadcast. You can plant trees just by surfing the Internet with the Ecosia search engine, and the Global Forest Watch implements new technology to see clearly the forest and the tree…
 
As Canadian officials lobbied a Michigan Senate committee in March to keep the Line 5 pipeline open, Sen. Winnie Brinks (D-Grand Rapids) grew frustrated with a conversation that, up to that point, had focused mainly on the immediate economic and safety implications of a possible shutdown.By llgraham@umich.edu (Lester Graham)
 
Host Dave Coyne is joined by Teresa Amitrone, one of the most respected wetlands biologists in the Mid-Atlantic United States. We discuss the importance of threatened and endangered species protection in modern-day environmental management, and the unlikely champion of the 1970s-era legislation which gave rise to these statutory protections.…
 
It's widely recognized that infrastructure are central to societal goals, that changes to infrastructure and how we use them can have profound impacts on people and economies. It's critical to recognize that infrastructure are the hammer at the end of the arm, and the arm is governance. In the second episode of the Infrastructure of the Anthropocen…
 
Today is the first of the month and on the first day of each month we review the book of the month. The book this month is by two of my favourite authors. Chip and Dan Heath are two brothers who are both university professors. One is at Stanford and the other is at Duke University. Together they have written multiple best selling books including Ma…
 
Meet youth activist climate champion, Franciso Vera, plus a Baltimore Community Restores Degraded Forest. How many trees can two people plant, anyway? And, a mystery bird reappears after being lost to science for 172 years.By TheClimate.org
 
On today’s show we’re talking about the real estate shortage. The obvious question is that if the population has not been growing significantly, and immigration has been curtailed significantly as a result of the pandemic, then why do we have a housing shortage in such a big way. The fact is, we have seen migration that has produced the shortage. T…
 
Britain's Climate Action group halts construction of UK's largest gas-fired energy plant, plus a Maryland county makes record-breaking electric school bus purchase. Germany needs more renewable energy storage to keep up with its renewable energy production, and in our Climate Culture series, it's "Storytelling with Saris."…
 
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