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HOLOCAUST OF THE ANIMALS The venerable biologist from the Stanford Center for Biodiversity Paul Ehrlich joins us. Plus Will Tuttle, author of "The World Peace Diet": half of global emissions are driven by the industrial slaughter of our fellow species. Plus "The Climate Variety Hour, in 10 minutes". Radio Ecoshock 151007 in CD Quality (56 MB) or Lo-Fi (14 MB). Show blog here.

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October 7th 2015
With that short clip from "Time Has Come Today" by the Chambers Brothers, the time has come for many things: for peace, for climate action, for economic sanity, the list is long. Radio Ecoshock 151007. This week on Radio Ecoshock we thunder into another …
September 30th 2015
SUMMARY: The world rolls on, hotter than ever. This week on Radio Ecoshock: Neela Banerjee from InsideClimate News investigates the world's biggest oil company, Exxon/Mobil. Starting in the 1970's, Exxon knew their product would damage the climate, but …
September 24th 2015
Summary: Oil company BP says recoverable oil runs out in 50 years. American scientist James H. Brown publishes study saying this means a crash of economy and population is "very, very likely". Then Canadian climate scientist Andrew Weaver on our prospect…
September 16th 2015
SUMMARY: This week on Radio Ecoshock 3 interviews with scientists on the cutting edge of climate change. From the UK, Chris Boulton hunts for signs of abrupt ecological shifts. From Norway, Hans Weihe explores the changing Arctic. But first, we look int…
September 9th 2015
In this week's Radio Ecoshock, we cover global climate news, from the Syrian refugees to signs of an abrupt climate shift, with scientist Paul Beckwith. Plus I've got a few tidbits of news they just won't tell you, and my new song aimed to promote activi…