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Mind-bending Climate Strikes

Inhuman heat predicted by new science from Europe. Lead author Simone Russo explains 55 degree C (131 F) heat for U.S., India & China. From Ottawa, climate scientist Paul Beckwith walks us through the forces behind record storms, fires, and floods. Radio Ecoshock  …

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Revenge of Defiant Earth

As Northern Hemisphere roasts around the world, Dr. Clive Hamilton on new book “The Defiant Earth”. Then legendary Princeton physicist Frank von Hippel warns nuclear fire could force evacuation of millions of Americans. Radio Ecoshock 170628 Download or listen to this Radio Ecoshock  …

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While Trump Fiddles, Earth Burns

We’ve just had major, major heat waves in most parts of the Northern Hemisphere. It’s not just the Middle East and Pakistan, it’s New York, London, Paris, and Los Angeles sweltering under road-melting temperatures. But that’s just the 30 second weather report. The  …

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When Do You Call It A Climate Emergency?

Incredible heat records, Biblical downpours not reported. Canadian climate scientist Paul Beckwith & Alex get it on the record. Plus some new science from Norway. Bright young mind Pavel Serov on Arctic sea-bed methane risks & rewards. When the glaciers melted before, methane  …

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Close the Door on Your Way Out

Professor and author Michael Klare on awful future of climate genocide. Dr. Noah Diffenbaugh: science of climate driving extreme weather events. Australian radio host Vivien Langford’s original radio on Malaysia. Song “Speak for the Trees”. Download or listen to this Radio Ecoshock show  …

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Climate Security and the Long Look

Climate and security are the hot topics with our guest expert Sherri Goodman – right up the headlines exploring the military risk of altering the atmosphere. Plus┬áthe science of climate in deep time: Dana Royer takes us back 420 million years. The human  …

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Extreme Climate News & Science

It’s been summer in the Northern Hemisphere, when viewers and journalists drift into platitudes and cat videos. Meanwhile the planet is going through extreme changes, not seen during the time of humans. We’re going to spend this program going through the science that  …

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RECORD HEAT INDIA & PAKISTAN

Extreme heat strikes India and Pakistan. Listen to U.S. climate scientist Michael Wehner on coming heat storms over the world. Pakistani expert Dr. Adil Najam talks about deadly heat in his country, and our role in it. Indian scientist M. Rajeevan with new  …

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WAKING UP TO ABRUPT CLIMATE CHANGE

Signs climate has entered abrupt shift. Includes Dr. James Hansen’s video abstract of new science. Special report on smoke pollution from Indonesian peat fires by correspondent Yew Jin Lee, with 3 experts. Sample from “Unwelcome Guests” #726 “The Flight from Death”. Radio Ecoshock  …

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HEAT JOLT

SUMMARY: Global heat Jan & Feb hits hard, worries scientists. Bob Henson from Weather Underground explores the loss of normal. Australian scientist Ben Hankamer on new study: world will warm faster than you think. Radio Ecoshock 160323 The jolt. That’s what scientists are  …

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ARE WE ALREADY IN ABRUPT CLIMATE CHANGE?

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  …

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I Have A Confession To Make (replay)

Emerging threats analyst and author Robert Marston Fanney on new frontiers of climate change. Dr. Alex Rogers of Oxford: State of the Oceans 2013. Radio Ecoshock 131016 1 hour. Illustration by Marek Okon for Luthiel’s Song by Robert Marston Fanney. Download/listen to this  …

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