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Last Chance: The Global Deal for Nature

Earth needs a radical plan to stop the warming and save the species. Well-known ecologist Dr. Eric Dinerstein explains “The Global Deal for Nature”. From Cambridge, Dr. Chris Sandbrook cautions a billion people could be affected. Throughout, haloed nature scientist Edward O. Wilson  …

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WE CAN’T ALL GO BACK TO THE LAND (or we’ll kill what’s left)

SUMMARY: A journey to the “Ecoreality” post-peak-oil community, with UBC Campus Radio. Plus rap star Baba Brinkman’s new album “The Rap Guide to Wilderness”. We begin with a slice from the new album “The Rap Guide to Wilderness.” It’s called “Tranquility Bank” with  …

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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)  …

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IT’S WRONG TO WRECK THE WORLD

http://bit.ly/JT8ing From Oregon State University, Kathleen Dean Moore delivers an artful talk about our attack on Nature, and hope of reviving love instead. Recorded in Vancouver. With readings from her work & original songs by Libby Roderick and Tempting Eve. I record a  …

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Climate in the Sixth Extinction

NASA just declared 2009 the second hottest year since modern measurements began in 1880. The warmest year was 2005. And the past decade was the warmest on record. Global climate change is upon us. In this program, you’ll hear two of the world’s  …

PAUL EHRLICH – “THE DOMINANT ANIMAL”

Dr. Paul Ehrlich is our feature speaker this week on Radio Ecoshock. His 1968 book “The Population Bomb” awoke the world to the ecological and social threats behind exploding human population. Since then, Paul Ehrlich and his wife Anne have published dozens of  …

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