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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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The Biggest Risks Scientists See

Future Earth project reveals five top risks seen by world’s top scientists. The front-line threats outlined by Nobel-prize-winning scientist Diana Liverman from the University of Arizona. Then Dr. John Wiens on a shocking study: “One-Third of Plant and Animal Species Could be Gone  …

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Preparing as Corona Virus COVID-19 Goes Global

Sampling growing public fear and official pessimism, Alex reveals his best sources and tips on the novel Corona Virus (COVID-19). Then Dr. Mark England reports half of Arctic warming comes from CFCs. Scientist Xiao Yang: rivers are not freezing over and why that  …

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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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Ocean Heat Warning!

Super-scientist Kevin Trenberth on record ocean warming: impacts now and for centuries to come. Then from Stockholm, Jean-Baptiste Jouffray reports on The Blue Acceleration – the rush to colonize the high seas. Listen to or download this Radio Ecoshock show in either CD  …

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Climate Denial In The Face Of The Fire

Fire burns toward Australia’s Capital, from @erstkate. How did Australia deny it all along? Marc Hudson studied that for his Doctorate. Then indie energy journalist Nick Cunningham: why fracking is just blowing natural gas straight up, warming us even more. Listen to or  …

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The Climate Mobilization Transition US Workshop

Famous nature film-maker David Attenborough says “The climate crisis has come.” But what can we do? How can we push our community into real action? Rebecca Harris, Organizing Director for The Climate Mobilization and activist Laura Berry explain step-by-step how to get your  …

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Nate Hagens: The Collision

Is climate change just a symptom? Dr. Nate Hagens says we need a change of cultural purpose, away from money – but that can’t happen until we pass through a financial “recalibration” and emergency. Humans need to stimulate our primitive brains without wrecking  …

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Disaster in the Making: Cascading Tipping Points & Permafrost

Top European scientists warn tipping points could cascade toward absolute climate disaster. Prof. Tim Lenton from U of Exeter. Permafrost expert Susan Natali from Woods Hole explains CO2 pouring out from the WINTER Arctic. Listen to or download this Radio Ecoshock show in  …

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Climate: Good News And Bad

From Yale, Narasimha Rao says basic quality of life for all does NOT require a new burst of carbon into the atmosphere. Brilliant young scientist Zhenzhong Zeng reports growing wind is a bonus for wind power plus startling green news from China. Heather  …

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Green Music Festival (Replay)

Blah blah blah. All those words fill our brain, and not our hearts. That is where the musicians step in, to move us along. I’m Alex Smith. Welcome to our annual best of green music show. You’ll hear the songs of activism, despair,  …

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