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Can We Avoid Mass Extinction of Ocean Life?

New science finds we are on the path to a mass extinction of life in the ocean. From Princeton, Dr. Justin Penn explains The Great Dying, with his paper “Avoiding ocean mass extinction from climate warming”. Then from Australia, Dr. Blanche Verlie “Learning  …

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Drought, Superstorms, War And Vision

Drought and super rain are the new normal – UC Cal’s Dr. Samantha Stevenson with 2 new science results. War in Ukraine’s environmental costs – and a new vision for climate action, from author/journalist Nikolas Kozloff. Listen to or download this Radio Ecoshock  …

A World on Fire

Earth is burning with more extreme wildfires. Atmospheric scientist Peter Bernath with breaking science on fires and ozone damage; Dr. Andrew Sullivan of CSIRO, Australia on new UNEP report: “Spreading Like Wildfire”. Emissions and temperatures reach new high, polar ice is low, Antarctic  …

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Arctic Will Change Your Life. Nitrous Oxide, Sea Ice, & Western Fires

Take a break from the pandemic. Earth is calling. The 3rd major global warming gas, nitrous oxide, is emerging from permafrost, another feedback. From Finland, we hear from lead author Dr. Maija Marushchak. Then another shock: new science connects disappearing sea ice to  …

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By Fire And Flood, They Shall Know

The science behind the floods and fires. From UCLA, Jesse Norris reports: we know for certain extreme rainfall events are more common now than in the past. What does that mean for our future? Then one of the top experts on wildfires in  …

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Fire Fury Future (repeat)

Should we fear a new burst of warming and extreme weather due to record wildfires? I ask atmospheric scientist John C. Lin from Utah. From the UK, Dr. Edward Hanna says unusual air pressure over Greenland can ruin European summers and pump up  …

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Have We Crossed a Climate Tipping Point?

With record heat, drought, Biblical wildfires, and flash floods around the world – did we just pass a climate tipping point? The latest news & science from Canadian climate scientist Paul Beckwith, with reporting from Alex Smith. Beckwith has a couple of degrees  …

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I’ve Seen Fire and I’ve Seen Rain

Alex reports from fire zone, wildfire smoke, climate plus extreme flooding rains in Europe/World. Then replay speeches by Canadian fire guru Dr. Michael Flannigan, plus protecting your health from wildfire smoke, with Canadian medical doctor Michael Brauer. Listen to/download this Radio Ecoshock show  …

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Future Cities: Hot & Flooded (replay)

As pandemic rages across the world, waves of extreme, deadly floods hit London, New York, Detroit, many cities in Belgium, Germany, Austria (Salzburg), Poland, Mumbai and Zhengzhou, China – all in past couple of weeks! And cities are much hotter than the global  …

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Climate in a Fiery World

Global heat roundup + Harvard’s Dr. Loretta Mickley: how fiery this planet is. Do wildfires and those far-flung clouds of smoke heat or cool the planet? The lakes are heating up, like everything else, and that means losing oxygen. From New York State,  …

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Plants & Animals Wiped Out by Climate Change

Guests: Arizona scientist David Breshears and Australian science journalist John Pickrell. How heat waves kill off forests – and the rush to save rare animals in Australia – during the worst bushfires ever seen. This show is not about how climate change will  …

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Hurricanes and Arctic Fires: A World Slipping Away Unnoticed

We investigate zombie fires in the Arctic with Dr. Jessica McCarty, and the new wave of hurricanes as Alex Harris of the Miami Herald interviews Rutgers scientist Dr. Jennifer Francis. Buried under the surge of COVID sickness and death in the northern hemisphere,  …

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