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Extreme Floods, City Heat & Politics

In this program, one of the world’s top scientists reports on the climate threat that will cause the most evacuations and maybe migration. It’s not heat or rising seas. From Germany, Dr. Anders Levermann from the Potsdam Institute joins us. From Australia, Dr.  …

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The Psychology of Wrecking or Saving a Planet

How will human reaction to a climate shift feedback into a new future? Hot new science from Dr. Brian Beckage, University of Vermont, and psychologist Katherine Lacasse, Rhode Island College. Plus mental health impacts of knowing about a dysfunctional future, with Dr. Sabrina  …

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Under the Weather Right Now

From NOAA, research meteorologist Dr. Thomas R. Knutson on what we know about weird weather under climate change. The real science. Plus from the UK, Dr. Edward Hanna: has the warming Arctic disrupted all our weather? Radio Ecoshock 180117 Listen to or download  …

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3 Radical Interviews

Your Food, Coral, and Free Portland Welcome to Radio Ecoshock. We have 3 interviews for you. Michael Brownlee: local foods as a climate lifeboat. Andrew Baird, hot new science on coral’s last stand. Nick Caleb: Yes, Portland is still standing against ending the  …

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As Nature Rises, Humans Stumble

Nobody can stop the rising seas. Author and journalist Jeff Goodell tells all in his new book “The Water Will Come: Rising Seas, Sinking Cities, and the Remaking of the Civilized World”. Then: carbon warms Earth more as climate shifts, making our future  …

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Can Humans Survive?

“The Plutocene: Blueprints for a Post-Anthropocene Greenhouse Earth” – the latest from prominent Australian scientist Andrew Glikson. An hour of carefully documented doom and discussion, from nuclear folly to climate disaster. Nuclear weapons and climate change both threaten our existence, but with different  …

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Fatal Heat Warning

What you don’t know can kill you…how our bodies react in heatwaves. New science from Camilo Mora, University of Hawaii. Second warning from 15,000 scientists: Dr. William Ripple, the man who started it. Adapting to extreme rains: “sponge cities” with futurist Chelsea Gohd.  …

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Beyond the Threshold

Is a mass extinction in our future? From MIT, Professor Daniel Rothman with science critical for us all. Then Philip Jacobson from Mongabay on the new expose of corruption in the palm plantations of Indonesia. We all use palm oil, but what does  …

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Things Ripping Apart to Grow

77% of insects disappeared from Germany nature preserves. University of Sussex UK, Professor David Goulson reports. Then an intriguing look at the world before and after trees with Dr. Chris Berry, University of Cardiff. French Senator Ronan Dantec on the Bonn climate talks  …

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Expect A Sudden Sea Level Event

Are you ready for rapid sea level rise? New science from Texas warns it can happen. We talk with lead author Pankaj Khanna. From Canada, a world expert on sea level rise and melting glaciers joins us: Dr. Richard Peltier. We wrap with  …

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Natural Solutions to Our Crisis

How plants create safe climates, if we let them. From St. Petersburg Russia, game-changing science by V.G. Gorshkov and our guest Anastassia Makarieva. Follow-up with Louis Blumberg of The Nature Conservancy on PNAS paper “Natural Climate Solutions”. Radio Ecoshock 171025 Download or listen  …

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The Next Climate Domino – Tropical Forests

NASA scientist Annmarie Eldering: Orbiting Carbon Observatory confirms tropical forests now releasing carbon to the atmosphere. Confirmed by new science from Alessandro Baccini at Woods Hole Research Center. From Post Carbon Institute, Daniel Lerch – “The Community Resilience Reader – Essential Resources for  …

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