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Water Environment: Lakes, Rivers, Oceans, Seas, Groundwater, Wells - Water Conservation, Water Sustainability, Water Preservation, Water Ecology, and other H2O Environmental IssuesContact info: Clean@h2opodcast.com or 206-984-3260; http://H2Opodcast.com
 
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The Quirks and Quarks podcast is full of very interesting scientific material Please go to their webpage to find a complete listing of many high quality audio programs: http://www.cbc.ca/quirks/podcast.html. Also subscribe to the podcast via their RSS feed: http://www.cbc.ca/podcasting/includes/quirksaio.xml As salubrious as the sea might seem, it'…
 
The Quirks and Quarks podcast is full of very interesting scientific material Please go to their webpage to find a complete listing of many high quality audio programs: http://www.cbc.ca/quirks/podcast.html. Also subscribe to the podcast via their RSS feed: http://www.cbc.ca/podcasting/includes/quirksaio.xml As salubrious as the sea might seem, it'…
 
Climate Change and Violence? Cautionary Tales from the Pre-Columbian AndesThe seminar will take place on January 25, 2008, 4 to 5 PM, in 201 Old Chem Building, West Campus, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.Dr. Arkush received her PhD at UCLA in 2005. Her research centers on the interplay of warfare, political power, social identity, and ritu…
 
Climate Change and Violence? Cautionary Tales from the Pre-Columbian AndesThe seminar will take place on January 25, 2008, 4 to 5 PM, in 201 Old Chem Building, West Campus, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.Dr. Arkush received her PhD at UCLA in 2005. Her research centers on the interplay of warfare, political power, social identity, and ritu…
 
Professor Andrew Frank of the University of California, Davis is the godfather of plug-in hybrids. He and his students have been building them for more than a decade, showing us what the car companies could be doing, if only they would. Hear his take on the state of the industry in an interview at EVS23, the international electric vehicle symposium…
 
Activism has always been an important tool for Plug In America. Besides our inside work in government and industry, we hit the streets when a good protest or demonstration would be the most effective move. Zan Dubin Scott talks about some of our best actions, and why they worked.저자 podcast@pluginamerica.org
 
For the first time, visitors to the 2007 San Francisco Green Festival could inspect a kit on sale that converts a hybrid into a plug-in hybrid. Hear the details from Robb Protheroe of Plug-in Supply Inc., which makes the kit, and Carolyn Coquillette, owner of Luscious Garage, a new "green" garage in San Francisco that plans to offer kit installatio…
 
Neighborhood electric vehicles (NEVs) aren't for everyone, but they serve an important niche. With a short range, a top speed of 25 mph, and an affordable price, they're great for running gas-free errands, taking the kids to school, etc. One of the new NEVs on the block -- the Zenn NEV -- is featured in this podcast from the San Francisco Green Fes…
 
The synergies between plug-in cars and solar or wind power are sparking a convergence of our transportation and energy industries. Mike Kane, a solar power professional and a director of Plug In America, discusses the win-win of combining renewable electricity with electric vehicles or plug-in hybrids. Individual homeowners and society as a whole a…
 
Plug In America's executive director, Chelsea Sexton, describes the exciting recent activity in car companies both large and small to move toward production of new electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids. Are these cars really coming? When and where can we get one? Hear an expert's view on developments, and what you can do to speed them along.…
 
Plug In America President Linda Nicholes loved driving her Toyota RAV4-EV electric SUV so much, she jumped at the chance to become one of the first owners of the sporty new Tesla Roadster, a sleek electric sportscar that sprints from 0 to 60 mph in under 4 seconds and has a range of 200 miles per charge.…
 
Plug In America board member Marc Geller describes the lengths consumers had to go to in order to drive electrc cars, and how drivers fought back when automakers wanted to destroy these vehicles. Hear how 2007 is a key year to influence government regulators in favor of electric cars, and how you can help.…
 
More than 40 studies of well-to-wheels emissions show that plug-in vehicles are a better environmental choice than gasoline cars, hybrids, or hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles. Plug In America board member Sherry Boschert discusses the data.저자 podcast@pluginamerica.org
 
21 December 2007 - In this Podcast Pamela recounts her particiption in Just Food's Summit on Food, Farms, and Community Health, which took place on December 1, 2007 at the New School in Manhattan, NYC. She recaps her own experience at the conference as well as that of Lisa Lindblom, a vegan animal advocate and friend. The sponsoring group, Just Foo…
 
4 November 2007 - This Podcast is an on-the-spot account of a great outreach event with the VivaVegie Society. Pamela Rice, Hard News Vegan, and five compatriots set up a to-spec veal crate at Astor Place in New York City. Several activists took turns sitting inside it, making a particularly powerful image for passersby and passing cars. Activists …
 
3 September 2007 - With this Podcast, I focus on yet another spinach recall, this time Salmonella is the contaminant. Last year it was E. coli O157:H7. What's going on here? Suddenly, raw fruits and vegetables are one of the most likely food categories to be contaminated with pathogens? And why did produce producers ask to be regulated last year?…
 
North American Vegetarian Summerfest, 2007 The conference(http://vegetariansummerfest.org/speakers.htm) features experts in the fields of health, nutrition, animal rights, the environment, exercise and related lifestyle areas, plus talented chefs.저자 PamelaPodcast@vivavegie.org
 
North American Vegetarian Summerfest, 2007 The conference(http://vegetariansummerfest.org/speakers.htm) features experts in the fields of health, nutrition, animal rights, the environment, exercise and related lifestyle areas, plus talented chefs.저자 PamelaPodcast@vivavegie.org
 
Vegetarian advocate Pamela Rice (http://www.vivavegie.org/podcast) gave a reading at Jivamukti Yoga Center (http://www.jivamuktiyoga.com/) in New York City on August 21, 2007. Title: 101 Reasons Why I'm a Vegetarian in 101 Sentences. The current file is a re-make of the original reading, which suffered from technical problems. Contact: PamelaPodcas…
 
Vegetarian advocate Pamela Rice (http://www.vivavegie.org/podcast) gave a reading at Jivamukti Yoga Center (http://www.jivamuktiyoga.com/) in New York City on August 21, 2007. Title: 101 Reasons Why I'm a Vegetarian in 101 Sentences. The current file is a re-make of the original reading, which suffered from technical problems. Contact: PamelaPodcas…
 
101 Reasons (Why I'm a Vegetarian) in 101 Sentences a reading, first given on August 21, 2007, at the Jivamukti Yoga Center, 841 Broadway, NYC.저자 PamelaPodcast@vivavegie.org
 
Many many thanks to the group Magpie (Greg Artzner & Terry Leonino) for their wonderful song and permission to use it for the Mountain Top Removal podcast. Please visit their website (http://www.magpiemusic.com/) for more great music on the Environment and Political Issues.저자 clean@h2opodcast.com
 
An introduction to the horrific practice of Mountaintop Removal Mining that is destroying our beautiful Appalachian Mountains - what it is, the damage it is doing, and how you can help stop it before it's too late.Barbara Strangfeld is volunteer for I Love Mountains and Appalachian Voices. She is first to say that her position is only that of a con…
 
The American Rivers Organization (http://www.americanrivers.org) is very happy to bring you an interview with Tim Palmer, author and river enthusiast, for American Rivers' September 2006 eNewsletter.저자 clean@h2opodcast.com
 
Making Progress a part of the "Progressive Voice of the Mountains" WPVM 103.5 Asheville interviewed Hartwell Carson the French Broad Riverkeeper RiverLink.org. In the interview Carson explains what he does and how you can be part of the Muddy Water Watch program.저자 clean@h2opodcast.com
 
ROBERT F. KENNEDY, JR.'s reputation as a resolute defender of the environment stems from a litany of successful legal actions. Mr. Kennedy was named one of Time Magazine's "Heroes for the Planet" for his success helping Riverkeeper lead the fight to restore the Hudson River. The group's achievement helped spawn more than 150 Waterkeeper organizatio…
 
This is a brief intro to the main problems that are affecting us on the Lower Susquehanna River, and how these problems then affect the health of the Chesapeake Bay. A few solutions are offered, but some of the problems are much too complex to share in this brief intro. More information can be found at our website. Feel free to contact us with any …
 
Lack of political leadership from Dow Chemical's dioxin contamination of Michigan's largest watershed and the overall lack of leadership in the State of Michigan on the Great Lakes. The preservation and protection of the Great Lakes need to be taken to the people to drive the issue then elected officials will follow and do what's right. Elected off…
 
It's a modern cliché: Water is the oil of the 21st Century. It also happens to be true. About one-fifth of the world's fresh water is harbored in the Great Lakes. Raging wildfires in the West and a sudden water scarcity in the Southeastern U.S. have raised public awareness of the significance of fresh water. The Great Lakes states and Canadian prov…
 
Are the Great Lakes getting cleaner or dirtier? The answer is mixed. Pollutants that were top priorities in the 1970s like phosphorus and PCBs have been on the decline while new contaminants have worsened. The loss of wetlands, which filter pollutants and provide habitat, and increases in pollution from poorly planned development are causing new pr…
 
Michelle's advocacy and the difficulty posed when the polluter, Dow Chemical, also happens to be a powerful Fortune 50 company. State of Michigan sets a standard of 90 ppt and we have in excess of 100,000 ppt in the rivers. Because of the very high levels of dioxins/furans every study to date has shown dioxin being taken up by every living creature…
 
Dow Chemical's dioxin contamination from its world headquarters in Midland, MI. For decades Dow Chemical has used the Tittabawassee River for a sewer. In geographic proportions this site is enormous. 52 miles of river , the Tittabawassee and Saginaw leading out to Lake Huron, thousands of acres of floodplain and properties through several communiti…
 
Agribusiness repeatedly claim that the complaints and lawsuits about the stink from Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) are coming from urban and suburban folks who have moved to the country and don't like the smells. This is nothing more than a lie - the complaints and lawsuits come from long time rural residents and farmers. Here is th…
 
While family farmers are perfectly capable of "feeding the world", most of the government largess flows to Corporate agribusinesses - millions of dollars in subsidies and grants. Consumers have become convinced that factory farms are a necessity This is not at all true, but rather is the hype spewed out by agribusinesses' hacks, lackey, lobbyists, …
 
An introduction to CAFOs (CAFO "101"); issues in common; how operations differ for hogs, broiler chickens, laying hens, dairy cows, and beef feedlots; and how all are similar in air and water pollution. Here is the address to his website: http://www.kmidkiff.com저자 kmidkiff@mchsi.com
 
Lloyd Carter, veteran journalist and observer of California water politics, offers his monthly assessment of the current hot issues in California's Water World. Listen to "Down in the Valley" live on the second friday of every month at 3 p.m. Pacific Time on Radio KFCF 88.1 FM, Fresno, California.저자 lcarter0i@comcast.net
 
Lloyd Carter, veteran journalist and observer of California water politics, offers his monthly assessment of the current hot issues in California's Water World. Listen to "Down in the Valley" live on the second friday of every month at 3 p.m. Pacific Time on Radio KFCF 88.1 FM, Fresno, California.저자 lcarter0i@comcast.net
 
Lloyd Carter, veteran journalist and observer of California water politics, offers his monthly assessment of the current hot issues in California's Water World. Listen to "Down in the Valley" live on the second friday of every month at 3 p.m. Pacific Time on Radio KFCF 88.1 FM, Fresno, California.저자 lcarter0i@comcast.net
 
Lloyd Carter, veteran journalist and observer of California water politics, offers his monthly assessment of the current hot issues in California's Water World. Listen to "Down in the Valley" live on the second friday of every month at 3 p.m. Pacific Time on Radio KFCF 88.1 FM, Fresno, California.저자 lcarter0i@comcast.net
 
Lloyd Carter, veteran journalist and observer of California water politics, offers his monthly assessment of the current hot issues in California's Water World. Listen to "Down in the Valley" live on the second friday of every month at 3 p.m. Pacific Time on Radio KFCF 88.1 FM, Fresno, California.저자 lcarter0i@comcast.net
 
Lloyd Carter, veteran journalist and observer of California water politics, offers his monthly assessment of the current hot issues in California's Water World. Listen to "Down in the Valley" live on the second friday of every month at 3 p.m. Pacific Time on Radio KFCF 88.1 FM, Fresno, California.저자 lcarter0i@comcast.net
 
Lloyd Carter, veteran journalist and observer of California water politics, offers his monthly assessment of the current hot issues in California's Water World. Listen to "Down in the Valley" live on the second friday of every month at 3 p.m. Pacific Time on Radio KFCF 88.1 FM, Fresno, California.저자 lcarter0i@comcast.net
 
Lloyd Carter, veteran journalist and observer of California water politics, offers his monthly assessment of the current hot issues in California's Water World. Listen to "Down in the Valley" live on the second friday of every month at 3 p.m. Pacific Time on Radio KFCF 88.1 FM, Fresno, California.저자 lcarter0i@comcast.net
 
The eighth annual Students United for a Responsible Global Environment (SURGE) Conference was held at Duke University on March 30 - April 1, 2007. The conference focused on a variety of environmental, social justice and economic justice issues. The Friday evening kickoff featured the Dean of the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University…
 
The eighth annual Students United for a Responsible Global Environment (SURGE) Conference was held at Duke University on March 30 - April 1, 2007. The conference focused on a variety of environmental, social justice and economic justice issues. The Friday evening kickoff featured the Dean of the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University…
 
The eighth annual Students United for a Responsible Global Environment (SURGE) Conference was held at Duke University on March 30 - April 1, 2007. The conference focused on a variety of environmental, social justice and economic justice issues. The Friday evening kickoff featured the Dean of the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University…
 
The Pocosin Lakes refuge in eastern North Carolina is winter home to more than 100,000 swans, geese and other large waterfowl. Construction of a nearby landing strip is opposed by landowners, environmentalists and wildlife advocates, as well as Gov. Easley, who has called on Congress to block $10 million in federal funding for that site. Among the …
 
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