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Best of Radio Ecoshock Shows, Summer 2020

** NEW SHOWS START NEXT WEEK! ** Mark Lynas on Six Degrees of Climate Emergency & Dr. Chris Smith on the COVID break for the atmosphere. August 26, 2020 Big Questions About Your Future (2020 Summer Replay) This week we catch up with  …

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This Is Our Chance

The latest models point toward climate disaster – but not right away? Interview with one of the great climate modeling scientists of the world, Oxford Professor Tim Palmer. Plus: a trick in the ocean may disappoint humanity. From Columbia University and the Lamont  …

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From Extinction to Climate Engineering

Global warming can cause an extinction-level hole in the ozone, says Dr. John Marshall from UK’s University of Southampton. From Milan, Dr. Anna Abatayo’s paper “Solar geoengineering may lead to excessive cooling and high strategic uncertainty”. Aided by Alan Robock, Alex reports 20  …

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The Third Rail: Radical Climate Change During It All

While death and disease stalk nations & protests fill the streets, Nature will rock your world. New science shows the big ice sheets of Antarctica melted six times faster than now, just a few thousand years ago. Could sea level be pushed higher  …

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COVID Infects World Nuclear Plants

Like meat packing plants, the novel Corona virus is infecting workers in nuclear power plants around the world. The danger is too high to imagine. Alex covers this new risk in a country review, with starring roles for America and Russia, the two  …

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Lethal Heat Warning

From the UK’s University of Exeter, Professor Tim Lenton explains the climate niche where most of humanity lives. But that zone is shifting, and billions of humans will migrate away from uninhabitable countries, mostly northward toward the Poles – not centuries but mere  …

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COVID Brazil: Disaster Unfolds

In these early days of the Brazilian virus onslaught, we hear direct from Sao Paulo with Gustavo Ribeiro, Editor of The Brazilian Report. Then we talk with Tenney Naumer, an American experienced in health and finance – who lived in Brazil for 14  …

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Famine Follows Pandemic

David Beasley, Executive Director of the United Nations World Food Programme warns the Security Council: a famine of “Biblical proportions” is developing in the 2020 pandemic. Then California author Richard Heinberg works through the fragile food chain and resilient action. Listen to or  …

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Two Crises on a Small Planet

While many of us are stuck at home, U.S. Geological Survey reports finds extreme flooding will double every five years. You hear study author Sean Vitousek. Remember when nuclear fusion was the answer? Or blocking out the sun? Our first guest Professor Duncan  …

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Anxiety and the Flight to Safe Living

Did you feel a sense of dread about the way things were going, even before the Corona virus pandemic? Five years ago when clinical psychologist Margaret Klein Salamon claimed a climate emergency she was called alarmist and extreme. Now cities and countries all  …

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COVID and Climate Together: Grief and Truth

Even as pandemic deaths in Europe and the United State appear to be cresting, we are already seeing extreme weather. Australian researcher David Spratt, author of Code Red, explains threats from simultaneous pandemic and climate change. From Detroit, food organizer Malik Yakini reports  …

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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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