91 Radio Stations and Growing!

Tag Archives: agriculture

Sick Food & Black Carbon

SUMMARY: Agricultural economist John Ikerd explains why factory food fails our health needs. Jonathan Mingle on black carbon, the second largest cause of climate warming, melting Arctic, and killer of millions. In this Radio Ecoshock show, we’ll find out why factory farms are  …

LEARN MORE

CLIMATE DEADLINE

SUMMARY: America’s famous scientist Michael Mann unloads climate reality. Kristin Ohlson says “The Soil Will Save Us”. Frances Moore: climate stalls European food production. Radio Ecoshock 150225 Listen to or download this Radio Ecoshock show in CD Quality or Lo-Fi Or listen on  …

LEARN MORE

The World of Radical Facts

SUMMARY: Super-scientist Mark Jacobson from Stanford explains soot-causing warming + a way to run the world on clean energy by 2030. We visit an Ultra-Mega coal power plant in India. Manzoor Qadir on the farm soil loss larger than France since 1990. Radio  …

LEARN MORE

Future Past

SUMMARY: Bojana Bajzelj of Cambridge finds raising food for 9 billion will take all our carbon emissions. Benjamin Blonder tells us how the current plant world was shaped by the last big meteorite hit. Eelco Rohling: sea level rose 5 meters (16 ft)  …

LEARN MORE

96F/36C Degrees in the Shade!

Coping with extreme climate heat. Carbon farming with Courtney White, socially responsible investing with NYC advisor Louis Berger, plus tips for staying alive, and keeping the garden alive, during extended heat. Radio Ecoshock 140618 Yes, the hot summer is coming to the northern  …

LEARN MORE

MICRO-SECRETS AND MACRO-SECRETS

Microbiologist Dr. Yuri Gorbi warns fracking brings up buried life forms. Film-maker Kip Anderson’s “Cowspiracy” asks why big green groups are afraid to tackle the biggest single cause of global warming: the meat industry. Radio Ecoshock 150528 WELCOME TO THE SUDDENLY POPULAR RADIO  …

TOWARD A FUTURE: PERMACULTURE

SUMMARY: We use the magic of radio to fly around to garden roof tops in Brooklyn USA, a permaculture fruit farm in Quebec, and small acres restored in Nottingham UK. Buckle up. On the rooftops of Brooklyn New York, the Brooklyn Grange raises  …

LEARN MORE

The Center Sees the Edge: Methane, Science, and Future Food

This week it’s all about new science that matters. A study funded by a founder of fracking finds the natural gas industry is still bleeding tons of methane into our atmosphere. The top body for American Scientists warns we must act now to  …

LEARN MORE

California Drought: Is this the big one?

RADIO ECOSHOCK SPECIAL ON CALIFORNIA DROUGHT Despite recent rains, California’s reservoirs are near empty, snow-pack light, and groundwater depleted. Four experts on a drought that really started in 2006, impacts on economy, food, farming, and nature. Guests: Dr. Peter Gleick, Dr. Jay Famiglietti,  …

LEARN MORE

Cool Solutions for a Hot Planet

It’s a quick one-two punch this week. Later we’ll hear from the and only Albert Bates on the wonder of biochar and how it might save the world climate. But first, an Australian expert explains how humans die off in a hotter world.  …

LEARN MORE

Desperately Seeking Solutions

SUMMARY: A medley of ways. From New Zealand, green alternative economy with Laurence Boomert. Dr. Sharon Gourdji, U of Fla. on crops & climate. Josh Fox (Gasland) riff on fracking. Pacific growing expert Lorene Edwards Forkner. QUICK WRAP: Laurence Boomert green business and  …

LEARN MORE

Can We Escape?

From U. of Arizona, Gary Nabhan growing in hotter drier times. Ecoshock correspondent Gerri Williams on getting out of town. From Boulder, Carolyn Baker on the flash floods. Radio Ecoshock 130918 1 hour. Plus Voices for Climate Change from Jamaica. Ready for climate  …

LEARN MORE

Help keep us on the air!

Give $10 monthly with a Radio Ecoshock membership


Make a donation of any amount


Questions? Use our Contact page.

July 2020
M T W T F S S
 12345
6789101112
13141516171819
20212223242526
2728293031  
Scroll Up