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The Energy Industry is uniquely evolving as traders are under increasing pressure to manage costs, cash, limits, and risks. The Insider’s Guide to Energy Podcast addresses current and emerging challenges business executives face daily through stories shared from peers and industry experts while covering topics such as innovation, disruptive technologies, and emerging trends.
 
The future of energy, transport, sustainability and more, as told by BNEF analysts. Each week, Mark Taylor and Dana Perkins sit down with Bloomberg NEF (BNEF) analysts to uncover the key findings and stories behind their latest research.
 
Energy from sources other than fossil and nuclear fuels is to a large extent free of the concerns about environmental effects and renewability that characterise those two sources. Each alternative source supplies energy continually, whether or not we use it. This unit considers one of these alternative sources, geothermal energy derived from the interior heat of the Earth, and the potential for this alternative to supplant fossil and nuclear fuel use to power social needs fast enough to avoi ...
 
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Brock Yordy and Dave Bowers

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Drillercast is a podcast all about drilling. Drill trainers Dave Bowers and Brock Yordy host a wide variety of experts, mentors, and drillers who have drilled all forms of drilling. Brock and Dave will address training, safety, operations, innovation, and everything relevant to the drilling industry.
 
The Curious Worldview Podcast is an interview show featuring a whole manner of incredibly interesting guests from far and wide. From James Robinson of Why Nations Fail to Jack Weatherford of Genghis Khan & The Making Of The Modern World all the way to a three part series on the life of Nietzsche with philosopher Stephen Hicks - the theme is likely to vary from episode to episode however every time the central question will remain… what can we learn from your worldview?
 
The Interchange: Recharged podcast is a leading global clean tech podcast that has been running since 2017. Each fortnight we invite experts and industry leaders from the world of clean tech and energy to join in a deep dive about their tech, the future of their sector, funding and policy impacts. We aim to provide a platform for start-ups, new companies and organisations who are innovating and solving real world problems in the energy transition. Our listeners are energy experts, industry e ...
 
From the popular blog www.startingsustainability.com we have created a podcast to help you learn the simple ways you can incorporate sustainable practices into your lifestyle. Follow Kaylin along with her triumphs and fails of navigating a sustainable lifestyle. Everyone can do more than re-usable bags and cups. Getting everyone to do an extra few steps towards sustainability will have a greater impact than just one person doing it perfectly. To learn more check out www.startingsustainabilit ...
 
An actual play D&D podcast currently exploring the Maelstrom Galaxy in the 23rd Century. Join us every other Thursday as our cast uses Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition to play out the story of the Katherine Johnson II, a ship crewed by a five-strong band of old friends and unlikely heroes thrown into an adventure riddled with myths, magic and machines by the impending end of the universe. Twitter @TheJunketPod | Patreon @TheJunketPodcast | thejunketpodcast.com.
 
37% is the solution to the optimal stopping problem. Optimal stopping theory is the notion of choosing the best time in which to take an action in order to maximise reward and minimise cost. Often explained by the “Secretary Problem”, 37% holds great meaning to computer scientists and mathematicians beyond just an interesting problem. Hosted by Australian computer scientists Isaac and Luke, The 37% Podcast dives deep into topics that lead to thought-provoking discussions. Focused on science, ...
 
It's been 10 years since the debut of this amazing show. I wanted to talk to the people behind the scenes to uncover who wrote what and what it was like bringing to life our favorite comedy. We'll talk about the best jokes, the best moments, and everything we've learned from 6 years at our favorite community college, Greendale.
 
Keeping your finger on the energy technology pulse is never easy; so we’ve been talking to some of the key players about what lies ahead... The purpose of these podcasts is to educate and to inform. Views and opinions expressed by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of BP or its affiliates. Reference to any product, technology or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by BP or its affiliates.
 
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Wanna Know Idaho

Boise State Public Radio

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Wanna Know Idaho is a listener-generated podcast from Boise State Public Radio's newsroom that is driven by YOU! No matter how quirky or serious your question might be, we want to know: What sparks your curiosity about the Gem State, Idaho culture or the people who call it home? Join this curious collective by subscribing, sharing and reviewing this podcast.
 
The real estate industry is the world's single largest contributor to climate change. As the largest venture capital firm focused on technology-driven innovation for the global real estate industry, Fifth Wall is on a mission to help the industry eradicate its carbon emissions and Build to Zero. This series provides inside access to conversations between our Co-Founder & Managing Partner Brendan Wallace and an array of experts to discuss what it will take to get there.
 
The Land I Trust, an audio series by the Sierra Club, tells stories of special places under threat by dirty energy -- and how the transition to clean energy is benefiting people and the homes they hold dear. In our first series, we travel through the American South to talk with folks about the coal that is fouling their air and water, the dirty energy projects they're fighting in their backyards, and a shared vision for a clean energy economy that allows all of our communities to thrive. Fro ...
 
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🎙️: https://atlasgeographica.com/patrick-hanson/ The following is a conversation with Patrick Hanson who is the Director of Sales and Marketing at JRG Energy Consultants. Patrick has 15 years of marketing, brand management, communications, and sales enablement experience, with over 13 years specific to the geothermal industry. This includes 5 years…
 
www.startingsustainability.com Learn about Kaylin's big move and a few of the things that went wrong. Of course something went wrong, something always goes wrong when moving. the lack of Easter celebration because of moving and now that we are in the new house we are looking into geothermal. What is geothermal? Listen in to find out! Support the sh…
 
Earlier this month, a leaked draft majority opinion suggested that the US Supreme Court was set to strike down the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling, which affirmed the legality of a woman's right to an abortion under the US Constitution. The news sparked protests in cities across the United States, with hundreds of demonstrations taking place again…
 
New data shows China's economy cooled sharply in April, as many cities including Shanghai suffered Covid-19 lockdowns. Industrial output dropped nearly 3 percent compared to a year before, while retail sales slumped 11 percent. Meanwhile, global wheat prices jump after India announces a ban on exporting the grain due to damage from a heatwave. Fina…
 
www.startingsustainability.com Kaylin has moved out to the country and has an itch to raise some chickens. Listen to the interview with Sarah Sexton to learn about the adventures in raising chickens. Sarah discusses adorable baby chicks and brooders, meat birds vs egg laying hens, chicken tractors, protection from predators and other must knows and…
 
Brilliant Planet plans cheap, gigaton-scale carbon capture using algae | New Atlas (01:08) Direct air carbon capture is currently far too costly – but this London company, Brilliant Planet, says it can do it at enormous scale for a tenth the price, using engineered algal blooms in ponds located near desert coastlines Goals to de-acidify the ocean a…
 
This week Chris and Johan are joined by Rod Adams, Managing Partner of Nucleation Capital, a fund focused on advanced nuclear technologies. The three discuss the competitiveness of nuclear power compared to other power sources and its suitability to serve in addition to and as a backup to renewable sources. Listen in to find out more about nuclear-…
 
* A call for more controls over possible brain manipulation and monitoring* Global risks require new approach to governance* Consumption linked to biodiversity and extinction risk* Missouri Botanical Gardens moves its annual orchid show online* Australian sea lions in an ongoing decline
 
A phony account on Twitter, with at least four different identities since February, claims to be the brother of slain Al-Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh. In this edition of Truth or Fake, we explain how we uncovered this fake Twitter account with more than 35,000 followers.By FRANCE 24 English
 
There's political upheaval in Nigeria after ten government officials step down, signalling their interest in the 2023 elections. Also, Somalia prepares for a presidential poll this weekend after months of delays. Sunday's winner will have no shortages of challenges, as the country faces an Islamist insurgency, famine and drought. Finally, in Niger,…
 
Who has the momentum in Ukraine? François Picard's panel weighs in on Russia bolstering NATO unity. Also on the show: outrage over the killing of Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, China doubles down on its zero Covid policy, and the politics surrounding the Eurovision Song Contest.By FRANCE 24 English
 
Eleven years after the start of the conflict in Syria, the COVID-19 pandemic and the consequences of the war in Ukraine have made the economic situation in the war-torn country even worse. FRANCE 24 interviewed Peter Maurer, president of the International Committee of the Red Cross, who recently met President Bashar al-Assad in Syria. Maurer said A…
 
Hungary's government is "holding European Union decision makers hostage" by refusing to join an EU-wide embargo on Russian oil, according to Lithuania's foreign minister. This comes as EU leaders continue their efforts to gather support for a sixth sanctions package on Russia from all 27 EU member states. The government of PM Viktor Orban has claim…
 
As Peru slowly emerges from the devastating Covid-19 pandemic, the government is trying to help the country's Covid orphans. According to the medical journal The Lancet, around 100,000 children in Peru lost at least one of their two parents to the pandemic; more than anywhere else in the world. The poorest Peruvians have been hit the hardest and ma…
 
Coal mining has long polluted the natural environment, with devastating consequences. But today, could it be a source of renewable energy? Down to Earth travels to the UK where disused, flooded coal mines are now reservoirs of geothermal energy.By FRANCE 24 English
 
With anger over misogyny in the Australian parliament, women's rights have dominated the election campaign as Australia heads to the polls later this month with a record number of female candidates standing as independents. Also the Taliban has ordered women in Afghanistan to cover their faces when in public while encouraging the use of the burqa. …
 
This year, France is celebrating Portuguese culture with concerts, exhibitions and performances from the country's top artists. To mark the occasion, FRANCE 24's culture show Encore! takes you on a musical voyage to Lisbon. The Portuguese capital has a sound like no other European city, where a boom in music influenced by African beats is eroding s…
 
IN THE PAPERS – Friday, May 13: We look at reactions to Finland and Sweden's imminent bid to join NATO. Spanish lawmakers will soon discuss a proposal to offer period pain leave to women, which, if passed, would make Spain the first Western nation to do so. Also, the US wins hosting rights to the Rugby World Cups in 2031 and 2033. We then look at F…
 
The 9th edition of FIMO, Togo's international fashion festival, didn’t open with a series of fashion shows, but instead with a science symposium organised by the University of Lomé. The theme of the discussion: how to pursue ethical fashion production while Africa continues to be the recipient of thousands of tonnes of the rest of the world’s unsol…
 
We are currently going through a reformation of the power grid, and a revitalization process in how we produce clean energy. Not only are there more ways to create and harness energy than ever before, but there are also new ways to store that energy. The energy storage industry is booming, but the modern batteries we use require one key component; …
 
Thousands of West African soldiers fought for France against the Nazis during World War II. But on December 1, 1944, scores of them were gunned down in unclear circumstances by the very French forces they fought alongside. What really happened on that fateful day at the Thiaroye military camp near the Senegalese capital Dakar? Eighty years on, the …
 
Inflation is at its highest level in decades in many parts of the world. In the US, consumer prices were 8.3 percent higher in April than a year earlier. In the eurozone, they rose by around 7.5 percent. Energy prices have been driving the surge, with Russia's war in Ukraine further fuelling the trend. But higher inflation tends to have a bigger im…
 
Recent visitors to France will no doubt have noticed the return of foreign tourists. Two years of Covid-19 took a heavy toll on what is otherwise a booming business and an important part of the French economy. Now things appear to be looking up again for the tourist industry. For decades, France has been the number one tourism destination in the wo…
 
The US has pledged tens of billions of dollars for Ukraine. With time of the essence, President Joe Biden signed legislation that was last used during World War II. We take a closer look at the Ukraine Democracy Defense Lend-Lease Act of 2022 and get analysis from FRANCE 24's International Affairs Commentator, Douglas Herbert.…
 
Listen Now to Future News 5.10.2022 I must say we enjoyed perusing the New Living Expo this year, a real live conference with many friends and favorite luminaries in attendance, the first time since the pandemic. We share a few of our experiences there, including talks by Bruce Lipton, Danny Sheehan, Marianne Williamson, Laura Eisenhower, and other…
 
On May 15, parliamentary elections will take place nationwide in Lebanon. The Lebanese diaspora, estimated to be double the size of the domestic population, already cast their ballots last week. Around 60 percent of people across 58 countries turned out, slightly more than in 2018. We bring you a special edition of Middle East Matters on Lebanon's …
 
A masterpiece of classical architecture, the Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte, located outside Paris, was the forerunner of Versailles. Contained within its walls are three and a half centuries of history. That legacy is now the responsibility of the three brothers who inherited it on the death of their father: Ascanio, Alexandre and Jean-Charles. The ch…
 
The Marcos political dynasty is back in power in the Philippines. Ferdinand Marcos Jr., the son of the late dictator, has rebranded his family name and won the presidential election. Nonetheless his popularity comes as something of a surprise, as his father was ousted by a popular revolt 36 years ago. We take a closer look.…
 
Posts on social networks have propagated the theory, based on claims by French doctor Didier Raoult, that vaccination has increased Covid-19 infections. FRANCE 24’s Georgina Robertson and Sophie Samaille look at some of the statistics and investigate in this week's show.By FRANCE 24 English
 
Starlink's new Portability feature brings internet to vanlifers - The Verge (01:02) Starlink’s internet-from-SpaceX service has gone mobile with a new Portability feature. It costs an additional $25 each month, on top of monthly subscriptions that already start at $110 after a one-time hit of $599 to purchase the Starlink kit. Starlink subscribers …
 
This week Chris and Johan are joined by Juergen Mayerhofer, the CEO of Enspired. Enspired offers fully automated trading optimization of flexible assets across various energy markets. The three discuss the increased importance of including small decentralized assets into automated trading and why PPA’s might not always be the best choice for renewa…
 
* Thankyou Australia and goodbye* Lyrebird song a possible indication of population health* Twelve experiments that changed our world – the story of how we came to understand the universe* Science Media Centres – linking the media to scientists
 
The surgical mask has become a potent symbol of the pandemic…and an intimate part of our daily lives. In this episode, we’re exploring how covering our faces for almost two years now has affected us. For example, does catching a glimpse of just the eyes change our perception of a person? How have we learned to interpret non-verbal clues and the emo…
 
Analogue processors are filling a niche where digital processors cannot. Some foundries are exploring the power of chiplets as Moore’s law dies. What is quantum charging? and how can it revolutionise EVs? #The37PercentPodcast Twitter - @The37Percent https://twitter.com/The37Percent Instagram - @The37Percent https://www.instagram.com/the37percent/…
 
From flight shaming to solar ‘buycotts,’ political consumers are making their voices heard on climate by using their wallet. In today’s episode we speak with Hugh Bromley, who writes about consumer issues across the global energy, transport, and sustainability sectors for BloombergNEF (BNEF). We discuss case studies from around the world, where pol…
 
Listen Now to Future News Now 5.03.2022 We were all prepared to talk about the leaked Supreme Court document on the Roe vs Wade abortion issue this week, but fate and our callers skewed the show towards Bigfoot, including some local stories regarding contact with the creature(s), and the Felton Bigfoot museum. And little did we know that the propri…
 
This week, Will is joined by Eddie Obropta, co-founder and CTO of Raptor Maps, a provider of lifecycle management software for the solar industry. Eddie talks about the months that he and his co-founder Nikhil spent meeting farmers in Idaho and Saskatchewan as they tried to find the right product-market fit, before they settled in the solar industr…
 
News From seawater to drinking water, with the push of a button | TechXPlore (01:04) MIT researchers have developed a portable desalination unit, weighing less than 10 kilograms, that can remove particles and salts to generate drinking water. Suitcase-sized device Requires less power to operate than a cell phone charger Can be powered by a small, p…
 
This week Chris is joined by Meredith Angwin, author of the book “shorting the grid”. The two talk about the stability of the US grid, how the northeast was once on the brink of a rolling black-out and why gas power plants play such a crucial role in this. Listen in to find out how tax credits influence the occurrence of negative electricity prices…
 
When the sun stays out for a few extra hours in summer, where do we store the excess energy? This is one of the biggest challenges facing the renewable energy industry. When looking at countries like Norway, which is currently powered by 50% renewable energy, mostly coming from Hydropower, they run into the same old problem: having high influxes of…
 
🎙️: https://atlasgeographica.com/jim-henry-elon-musk-twitter/ The following is a conversation with Jim Henry, on among other things, the Elon Musk twitter takeover. Jim Henry is the author of Blood Bankers – an investigation into the capital flight of the developing world during the 80’s and 90’s. Jim’s book serves as a prequel to what has become t…
 
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