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Things to Do on the Way to Apocalypse

Welcome to Radio Ecoshock. We begin with a startling way to reduce carbon in the atmosphere. Dr. Peter Kelemen, of Columbia University reports from his field work in Oman. Then – are you dreaming of moving to the country? We get tips from  …

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Feed Yourself

QUICK SUMMARY: Oil guru Richard Heinberg on life after fossil fuels. Marjory Wildcraft: why you may want to grow your own groceries. Radio Ecoshock 150408 Five percent of the world’s oil tanker capacity is waiting to load up near Basra Iraq, where production  …

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Desperately Seeking Solutions

This is a Radio Ecoshock replay, from October 30th, 2013. I’ve picked some of my best shows, so if you haven’t heard it, check it out please. SUMMARY: A medley of ways. From New Zealand, green alternative economy with Laurence Boomert. Dr. Sharon  …

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Climate Change – We Don’t Want It

SUMMARY: Dr. Bill Miller, author of “The Microcosm Within” on climate & new diseases. From Wales, Lloyd Jones’ new “cli-fi” work, and “Victory Gardens” Vancouver co-founder Lisa Giroday on urban farming. INTRODUCTION: There’s lots to do and hear in this edition of Radio  …

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96F/36C Degrees in the Shade!

Coping with extreme climate heat. Carbon farming with Courtney White, socially responsible investing with NYC advisor Louis Berger, plus tips for staying alive, and keeping the garden alive, during extended heat. Radio Ecoshock 140618 Yes, the hot summer is coming to the northern  …

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PLANET CODE RED

The amount of carbon we can burn and still have a safe climate is zero. One Australian calls it Code Red, time for emergency action. Plus new science on why New York City will flood again and again. Guests David Spratt and Dr.  …

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TOWARD A FUTURE: PERMACULTURE

SUMMARY: We use the magic of radio to fly around to garden roof tops in Brooklyn USA, a permaculture fruit farm in Quebec, and small acres restored in Nottingham UK. Buckle up. On the rooftops of Brooklyn New York, the Brooklyn Grange raises  …

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Cool Solutions for a Hot Planet

It’s a quick one-two punch this week. Later we’ll hear from the and only Albert Bates on the wonder of biochar and how it might save the world climate. But first, an Australian expert explains how humans die off in a hotter world.  …

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Start Something to Live For

American author of Aquaponic Gardening Sylvia Bernstein on union of fish and veggies. Publisher of Mother Earth News Bryan Welch’s optimism of non-partisan activism. Canada’s oil capital shut down by climate change. Radio Ecoshock 130626 1 hour. Get ready for your new food  …

Growing the Life You Want To Live

From the Mother Earth News Fair, we hear about Life on the “Farmstead.” Lisa Kivirist turning your dreams of small scale food into a living in Wisconsin. Lisa has tips for us all. Then we go solar with author and speaker Dan Chiras,  …

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From Growing Greens to Fukushima

Expert urban gardening tips from John Kohler, host of popular “Growing Your Greens” channel on You tube. Then speech by Dr. Helen Caldicott March 12, 2013 on medical and ecological consequences of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan. Radio Ecoshock 130327 1 hour  …

Survivor Soul Food

African American culinary historian Michael W. Twitty interviewed by Gerri Williams on black crops, climate change, & safe seeds. K. Rashid Nuri from Truly Living Well urban farm in Atlanta, Georgia. Music by Mavis Staples (“Down in Mississippi”) & Memphis Gold (“Mississippi Flatlands”).  …

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