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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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The Dark Edges Of Climate Change

Are you ready to explore the dark edges of climate change? Alex de Sherbinin reveals hundreds of millions of climate refugees expected by an unlikely source: the World Bank. From the Madrid COP25 climate conference, Canadian climate scientist Paul Beckwith talks climate restoration  …

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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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Climate Is A Living Thing

Are you in climate despair? While big government fails, cities are going renewable all over the world. Rana Adib with some good news. Then eminent Chilean ecologist Pablo Marquet on the marriage of climate and the species. Listen to or download this Radio  …

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The American Carbon Bomb

The dominant minority plan to flood the Earth with far more fossil fuels this decade. Countries and corporations pour trillions into a new glut of oil and gas. Hear Julie Anne Miranda-Brobeck from Global Witness. Then the brilliant Daniel Rothman from MIT examines  …

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The Time of Climate Troubles

Mountain water serving half the world is disappearing. Canadian scientist Dr. John Pomeroy reports back from the “High Mountain Summit” in Geneva. From Queensland Australia, Sean Maxwell explains intact tropical forests count for 6 times more carbon than thought. Those distant places may  …

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Hundreds of Millions to Be Flooded Out by the Sea

What cities, deltas or whole countries will be lost? Scientist Benjamin Krauss at Climate Central joins us. British expert Dr. Jonathan Bamber on new high sea predictions. Brand new coastlines are possible by the end of this century. And a murky worry for  …

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Big Questions About Your Future

This week we catch up with extreme heat coming to American cities – it will be literally “off-the-charts”. Dr. Kristina Dahl from the Union of Concerned Scientists reports. Then we check in with Canadian climate scientist Simon Donner on a wide range of  …

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