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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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Ugly Truths Nobody Wants to Hear

J.B. MacKinnon, co-author of “The 100 Mile Diet” on his new book “The Day the World Stops Shopping – How Ending Consumerism Saves the Environment and Ourselves”. UK Professor and aviation adviser to governments, Dr. David Lee with the harsh facts about aircraft  …

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HEAT UP – GRID DOWN

Grid blackouts are increasing in the United States as extreme heat ramps up. New study with Dr. Brian Stone Jr. – why a blackout during a heatwave could led to mass deaths. Temperatures inside homes become deadly without air-conditioning and “cooling centers” have  …

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Climate Reset: Floods to Species

Scientists warn about previous gross underestimates of just how many people will be flooded out. It could be hundreds of millions. Our guide is Professor Jonathan Bamber from the Bristol Glaciology Centre, UK. Then Lead author of “Navigating transformation of biodiversity and climate”  …

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Permafrost Thaw = Climate Disaster? Maybe.

The frozen north is thawing as record heat arrives. Is that a climate disaster, or not? Boston College researcher and Professor Jeremy Shakun reports new science on this key tipping point. Looking for some assurance in troubled times? Marjory Wildcraft returns with her  …

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Abrupt Climate Change Is Possible

Abrupt climate change: unimaginable changes in less than a lifetime. From Copenhagen Dr. Sune Olander Rasmussen explains the risks. Plus: From GEOMAR at the Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Dr. Andreas Oschlies takes us on a tour of deep life and its future.  …

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Is The Micro World In Trouble Too?

Microbiologist David Thaler on COVID & what we know about the invisible living world. We are encountering an intrusion of the micro-world, as COVID swamps country after country. Explore with world expert microbiologist David Thaler – an American scientist working out of Basel  …

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Endless Summer or Climate Action?

Is climate action sleeping or dead? Long-time American activist Tom Bowman reports. Ready for intense summers six months long? Two months of winter? That’s coming up with our guest from China, scientist Yuping Guan. We also stroll down to Kansas City for a  …

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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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Future Cities: Hot & Flooded

The new pandemic is raging with variants across the world. In the background the first waves of extreme weather arrive. Guest scientists Matei Georgescu and John Dialesandro reveal climate change strikes cities first and hardest. Cities will be many degrees hotter than the  …

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The Decade After Tomorrow

Seas will rise on New England. More vicious winter storms track toward Britain & Northern Europe. Dr. Levke Caesar lead author of new paper warning the world. Meanwhile international agreements to save us STILL rely on fantasy technology. From the Potsdam Institute for  …

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Greenland Ice Going Gone

Greenland was ice-free not long ago, and could be going there again. New revelations from Dr. Andrew Christ University of Vermont. Super-scientist Jessica Tierney explains why the worst scenarios for climate change may not happen. Real news, real climate right here on Radio  …

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