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Speak Up For The Ocean Blue raises awareness of the variety of ocean science and conservation projects conducted all around the world. It educates you, the listener, on the different Ocean Conservation Projects that are happening around the world. By listening to our guests, I hope to inspire you to live an ocean-friendly life through their stories and the information I provide to guide you towards a living a life that will be healthy for the Ocean. On the podcast episodes, I discuss, sharks ...
 
Scuba Diving, Free Diving, Ocean Environmentalism, Marine Science. Big Deep is about people who have a deep connection to our world’s oceans; connections strong enough that they have dedicated some part of their lives to being in or working on behalf of the water. In each episode we speak with the most interesting people we can find, from scuba diving crime fighters and record-breaking freedivers, to marine biologists and ocean advocates - even a real-life mermaid. So we invite you to join u ...
 
So You Want to Be a Marine Biologist is your go-to resource if you've ever dreamed of exploring the ocean's depths, considered becoming a marine biologist, or want to learn more how to protect the world's oceans. This podcast dives into ocean science, conservation, sea stories, and explores ocean careers. Bring out your inner Jacques Cousteau, and discover the world beneath the waves.
 
On The bigQUEST Podcast, hosted by Andy Murray, you’ll discover how to simplify challenges, outsmart variables, and develop the right mindset… all so you can launch a successful blue ocean adventure in your work. Drawing on three decades of leadership at some of the world’s most respected companies, Andy shares proven methods for turning compound challenges into the adventures of a lifetime. These conversations will ready you and your team for your own bigQUES to help you and your team do th ...
 
Do you have sparkling blue-green eyes that are the colour of the Pacific Ocean? Do you have hair like spun gold? Are you tanned, energetic and a perfect size 6? Neither are we. Join us, Karyn and Anna, as we head back to the sensational1980s book series and explore the strange and terrifying world of Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield, one Sweet Valley High book at a time.
 
I'm Ann Collins, a Leadership Advisor, Coach and Trainer. Every couple of weeks, I'll be bringing you an insightful interview with a senior leader who is extraordinary in some way, who stands out and who loves what they do. Join me for conversations and thoughts that could change the way you think, the way you lead. For free resources, events to help you transform your leadership and to be part of a dynamic community, join our Love to Lead Community. You can find details in the show notes or ...
 
The Zen Group of Western Australia was founded in 1983 and is affiliated with the Diamond Sangha. Talks by our Zen teachers and Sangha-members can be found here. If you are curious about the Zen Group be sure to visit our home page in the first link below. If you find the podcast useful and would like to help support the recording of these talks please consider making a donation by following the second link and filling out the form.
 
A Sustainable Mind is a podcast created for the earth-conscious individual, ecopreneur, environmental activist, sustainability enthusiast, grassroots organizer, minimalist, conscious consumer and the eco-curious. If you are looking to get inspired, motivated and take ACTION to be the change you want to see in the world you are in the right place. Delivered to you each week, Marjorie Alexander brings you environmental changemakers whose campaigns, companies and projects have changed the plane ...
 
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In this episode, I speak with Hugh Pearson, the underwater filmmaker behind some of the most iconic ocean sequences ever captured, and director of portions of "Blue Planet," and more recently, both underwater episodes for Netflix's "Our Planet." When we did our interview Hugh spoke openly about the challenges of the career he had chosen, told a sto…
 
Oil spills are one ocean issue we forget about on a daily basis and it is only too late, once a massive disaster occurs, that we remember this enormous threat hanging over our blue planet. The recent oil spill in Mauritius has brought the fragility of our oceans back into the mass media and subsequently our minds, sparking massive protests across t…
 
This week on World Ocean Radio: part twenty-two of the multi-part BLUEprint series. In this episode we discuss the history of resource extraction on land and sea and the ways that new modes of thinking and new alternative energy generation technologies are leading us away from old paradigms toward new sustainable patterns of production, consumption…
 
The new President of the United States, Joe Biden, was sworn into office on Thursday, January 20th. One of his first orders of business was to sign an Executive Order for the US to rejoin the Paris Climate Accord as he promised he would do many times while running for President. President Biden will take up where he left off with the Obama administ…
 
Inaugural poet, and 2017 National Youth Poet Laureate, Amanda Gorman read a piece during the inauguration that she’d written after the attempted coup. She used biblical imagery from the prophets that we’ll unpack. Learn more about Blue Ocean Church at a2blue.org, watch virtual service recordings, and get access for our weekly live virtual service, …
 
This is part 2 in a series looking at the impact of COVID and working from home on leaders and their teams (for part 1, please look at the previous BONUS episode!). Ann Collins talks in this LIVE solo episode about switching from crisis mode to "thriving in difficult times" mode and as a result of her research, she suggests strategies for leaders a…
 
A departure from our usual format today as I had the privilege of welcoming both Patrick Latham and Wesley Durston, cricketers, coaches and authors, to talk about leadership in the game of cricket and in particular the "mental game". A fascinating discussion looking at cricket and leadership and the possible lessons for leaders in all sectors are c…
 
When launching a quest into the unknown, overcoming obstacles becomes a way of life. Tune in to today’s episode where Andy Murray talks to James Orsini, CEO of The Sasha Group, about leading change from the top, how to build measures that matter, and how we discover where to best share our passion and skills (and the tool to help guide you). For mo…
 
I am joined by Dr. Steve Box from Rare who tells me about how their Fish Forever Program works with local communities (ex. Fisheries communities) around the tropics to work with them to change their behaviours through action and make their livelihoods more sustainable. They take cumulative actions through individual change. Rare uses a proven strat…
 
How has Einstein’s work on photons ushered in a golden age of light? Oliver Morton, The Economist's briefings editor, explores why laser’s applications have been spectacular and how solar power became the cheapest source of electricity in many countries. Also, he talks to the scientists scanning the skies with the largest digital camera in the worl…
 
The documentation of the distribution of any ocean species is critical to knowing the health of the species global and regional populations. That is why the sighting of 3 beaked whales in the South China Sea by beaked whale experts was so important. It opened the possibility that the whales inhabit the Western Pacific Ocean. The individuals were ei…
 
This week on World Ocean Radio: part twenty-one of the multi-part BLUEprint series. In this episode we introduce listeners to the concept of ocean mapping and the GEBCO Seabed 2030 project which promises to develop a high res 3d bathymetric map of the entire world ocean. And we share some new and exciting oceanographic research discoveries made by …
 
A former fisher launched a local radio station in Pambna Island, India to keep the fishing community informed of marine issues, women's roles in fisheries, and remembering major fishing events. The radio station is effective because the messages are targeted to the local community, made up of mostly fishers, by a local community member. The fishers…
 
A prophet to the Jewish exiles in Babylon, experiencing heightened vulnerability to majority mob violence, channels the divine love in the midst of the crisis. Learn more about Blue Ocean Church at a2blue.org, watch virtual service recordings, and get access for next week’s live virtual service, at a2blue.org/virtual-sunday-service/…
 
A solo LIVE podcast from Ann Collins reporting on her research on how the COVID crisis and working from home has impacted on leaders. This episode is part 1, looking at the unexpected positive effects. Part 2, coming in the next BONUS episode will be looking at strategies to help leaders continue to lead remotely during this period of lockdown. To …
 
How quickly is your organization willing to stop and pivot? Tune in to today’s episode where Andy talks with Darrell Rigby, author and innovation leader, about the Agile methods that deliver results faster and motivate teams better, how the pandemic has revealed a workforce of eager innovators within organizations and the benefits of a diverse mind…
 
The key to protecting coral reefs or any ocean habitat is effective management, but you can't have effective management without good data that cover large areas. Oftentimes, your funding or the technology, or both will limit the monitoring program you need to develop the management strategy that you need to protect the Ocean. Coral habitats are no …
 
2020 was filled with an overwhelming amount of negative news which has left many of us feeling run down and worn out; yet despite it all, the past year has still given us reasons to have hope for the future. Hidden behind all the discouraging major news stories were in fact many positive tales surrounding ocean conservation and protection. From boo…
 
Covid-19 has catalysed scientific advancement and boosted technological optimism. Could innovation be the answer to decades of slowing growth in Western countries? Also, why magnetic tape still reigns supreme in “cold” data storage. And how effective are traditional herbal remedies at treating tropical diseases? Please subscribe to The Economist fo…
 
The word "TRUMP" was written on the back of a Manatee to the outrage of many people around the world. The political war going on between Trump supporters and the House/Senate last week spilled over to the environment as a manatee was discovered to be swimming with the word TRUMP on its back. When I first read the article, I was worried that the wor…
 
This week on World Ocean Radio: part twenty of the multi-part BLUEprint series. In this episode we discuss natural capital and the true cost of things both financial and social. And we argue that the price we pay must include the cost of irreplaceable raw materials, waste, the harvest and exploitation of natural resources, workforce health, and com…
 
In this episode, I speak with Dr. Mikki McComb-Kobza, Executive Director of the Ocean First Institute, an organization dedicated to preserving the world's oceans, and a woman with a deep passion for sharks and particularly hammerheads. When I spoke with Mikki , I found her to be not only a dedicated shark researcher but also an entertaining intervi…
 
On this weeks episode, he take a brief look in the life of Christopher Columbus and what kind of man he was. You can find me on: Instagram: @trulyfalsepodcast Twitter: @trulyfalsepod Facebook: Truly False Podcast Page where you can direct message me. You can email your Topic or Fact of the Week suggestions, Birthday Shout Outs, or Show Suggestions …
 
A clash between fishermen and the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) lead to one dead and one injured after the SSCS ship collided with the fishermen's panga boat and split it in two. Reports of the incident differ on both sides. The fishermen alleged that the Sea Shepherd's ship targeted the panga with the intention of sinking it by collisio…
 
Dr. Harold Trulear from Howard University speaks on Psalm 23, the paralyzing effect of fear, and God’s presence with us in the midst of turmoil—all in the context of the the devastation of Covid and the insurrection at the Capitol on January 6th. Learn more about Blue Ocean Church at a2blue.org, watch virtual service recordings, and get access for …
 
A solo LIVE podcast episode from Ann Collins talking about her work in the field of leadership coaching and how she uses coaching and research alongside each other to serve her coaching clients. She uses the example of her recent research on the impact of COVID and working from home on senior leaders to explain how this works in practice. To contac…
 
Tune in to hear Rick Sanderson talk about his extensive leadership experience in the food industry in buying and selling, his approach to leading his team to be creative in their business planning with a shared vision and values and how he is supporting a cause particularly close to his heart. Rick has over 25 years of experience in a tough industr…
 
January 1st, 2021 marked the first day of the UN's Decade of the Ocean, where every country will participate to launch programs and collect data to better understand how humans interact with the Ocean and determine how we can all live for a better Ocean. I speak with Talyor Goelz, who works for NOAA and is a KNAUSS Fellow, on her journey to help bu…
 
A new strain of covid-19 is surging in Britain, America and Europe—vaccines can curb the effects, but can governments speed up the roll-out? Also, in 2020 some regions acted rapidly enough to avoid severe waves of infection. Host Kenneth Cukier speaks to the public health leaders who initiated “elimination” strategies. Please subscribe to The Econo…
 
As I prepare for the Mindful Conservation Conference talk that I will be putting on, I think about how I would tell someone who would like to start a SciComm Business the steps it would take to be on the path to success. I use my own company as an example (because that is all I know) to provide some tips on how to start, how to choose your business…
 
In this episode, I speak with Aaron James, a philosophy professor who's also an avid surfer. As a lifelong Buddhist myself and an avid scuba diver with a profound connection to the ocean, I was interested in exploring what deeper meanings a philosopher might find simply by being in the ocean. What I found was not only was Aaron thoughtful and open,…
 
In this LIVE solo episode, Ann Collins shares some ideas on how to approach planning ahead to make a great impact in uncertain times. She looks at using intentions as a guide, using well-framed goals that focus on results rather than actions as a way of allowing flexibility and ensuring impact in 2021. To contact Ann Collins: For free resources, ev…
 
In this weeks episode, we will be discussing thee most gruesome yet most strategic battle to win during the American Civil War, The Battle of Gettysburg. You can find me on: Instagram: @trulyfalsepodcast Twitter: @trulyfalsepod Facebook: Truly False Podcast Page where you can direct message me. You can email your Topic or Fact of the Week suggestio…
 
There are many problems facing the Ocean today: Overfishing, plastic pollution, climate change are just a few of the major ones. However, there are solutions that are currently being implemented and working in particular parts of the world. Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) are one of those solutions that have helped protect many places from overfishin…
 
The Thames has always been at the centre of London throughout its evolution, growth and numerous transformations with the river often being compared to a major artery as it delivers life to this manmade metropolis. In fact, this 350 kilometre ribbon of water holds a surprising amount of wildlife right from its source to the sea as it winds through …
 
In a special holiday episode, we travel to the Russian Arctic to meet the "prophet of the permafrost", take an extraterrestrial hike in the tracks of NASA’s Curiosity rover on Mars and meet the researchers cataloguing culture. Kenneth Cukier hosts Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions: www.economist.…
 
Angelique Brathwaite is a coral biologist and co-founder of Blue Finance, an organization shaping the seascape around protected areas in the ocean. In today’s episode, we chat about what it’s like to be a coral reef scientist in the Caribbean, and what it takes to protect the ocean. Angelique also shares some of the instrumental local outreach she’…
 
Every year, I like to set goals for 2021. I may not get to all of them, but I like to set up a list of goals to strive to achieve. In today's episode, I will go over the goals that I set out for 2021. Here is a list: 1) More Interviews on The Speak Up For The Ocean Blue Podcast 2) More Diversity with Guests 3) Cover more news 4) Differentiate conte…
 
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