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Endless Summer or Climate Action?

Is climate action sleeping or dead? Long-time American activist Tom Bowman reports. Ready for intense summers six months long? Two months of winter? That’s coming up with our guest from China, scientist Yuping Guan. We also stroll down to Kansas City for a  …

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Coping With The Climate Crisis – Ro Randall

Big storms, fires, risings seas and just plain punishing heat, – climate change is rolling up on us. It is too much, while dodging a pandemic, business closing and job loss. But there is help: UK psychologist Rosemary Randall is with Cambridge Climate  …

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Extreme Weather: How Are The Kids Doing?

With shocking extreme weather, how are the kids doing? Climate change is leading to stress in children similar to PTSD. Dr. Betty Lai has been studying that for a decade of hurricanes and bushfires. Then Ecoshock gets the real dirt with soil strategist  …

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THE NEW CLIMATE WAR: Michael Mann, Andrew Glikson

Prof. Michael Mann on his new book “The New Climate War – The Fight to Take Back the Planet”. We prioritize truth versus doomism. From Australia, paleoclimatologist and deep time investigator Dr. Andrew Glikson speaks frankly about our situation, and the feedback effects  …

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Solving the Climate Emergency Despite COVID-19

Australian author Tim Flannery with his new book “The Climate Cure: Solving the Climate Emergency in the Era of COVID-19”. Tim is author of the international bestseller “The Weather Makers”. Then from EcoRadio KC Kansas City, guest host Brent Ragsdale interviews scientist/engineer Ye  …

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Hot News With Alan Weisman

We talk with Alan Weisman author of the global best sellers “The World Without Us” and “Countdown”. But first news you may have missed. During the pandemic, while millions wonder where the rent or mortgage payment will come from – all of it  …

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COVID Infects World Nuclear Plants

Like meat packing plants, the novel Corona virus is infecting workers in nuclear power plants around the world. The danger is too high to imagine. Alex covers this new risk in a country review, with starring roles for America and Russia, the two  …

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Anxiety and the Flight to Safe Living

Did you feel a sense of dread about the way things were going, even before the Corona virus pandemic? Five years ago when clinical psychologist Margaret Klein Salamon claimed a climate emergency she was called alarmist and extreme. Now cities and countries all  …

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COVID and Climate Together: Grief and Truth

Even as pandemic deaths in Europe and the United State appear to be cresting, we are already seeing extreme weather. Australian researcher David Spratt, author of Code Red, explains threats from simultaneous pandemic and climate change. From Detroit, food organizer Malik Yakini reports  …

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The Hardest of Times Under the Black Coronavirus

How long to self isolate during the Corona virus? – new science from John Hopkins. For this crisis, Alex calls tear out your lawn and grow food. You may need it. Interview with Professor Jos Lelieveld of Max Planck Institute on the other  …

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Corona Climate Collapse – and The Sequel

As we struggle with disease, crash & climate disaster: what next? UK activist Shaun Chamberlin on new film “The Sequel: What Will Follow Our Troubled Civilization?” Then: stop worrying about the Arctic methane bomb, says scientist Michael Dyonisius. Listen to or download this  …

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Exploring Darkness by Land and Sea

Dr. Kerry Bowman comes from the front lines. He was quarantined in the Toronto SAARS outbreak. In the Congo, Kerry found endangered apes traded to Asia. Bowman was the only Canadian in the Amazon able to report out the great fires of 2019.  …

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