The RADIO ECOSHOCK Show

The RADIO ECOSHOCK Show

Radio Ecoshock weekly 1 hour 14MB mp3 program featuring the latest science, authors, issues - from climate change, oceans, forests, pollution, Peak Oil, the economy, and peace.

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June 22, 2022 60 min
Top UK scientist Kevin Anderson gets real about our “transition” to climate horror. New full interview by Nick Breeze from the ClimateGenn podcast. Alex reviews new science: can we stabilize Earth?
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You don’t know about the growing methane threat from coal mining. Dr. Ryan Driskell Tate reports China’s energy crisis, new coal mines, and emissions no one talks about. Alex wraps the big picture, with guarded better news about a possible future.
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Calling from the hot zone, veteran Asia correspondent Bill Spindle: why energy choices by India could determine the future for you and the world. From Potsdam, atmospheric chemist Kathleen Mar warns our system underestimates the growing danger of methane, that other major warming  …
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Imagine growing up in a climate-damaged world. Dr. Britt Wray talks her new book “GENERATION DREAD – Finding Purpose in an Age of Climate Crisis”. Then we question the future of forests and climate with scientist William Anderegg, University of Utah. Alex footnotes  …
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Climate Breakdown Is Here. Exeter scientist James Dyke on fighting rear-guard action to stave off the worst. U. Bristol expert Vikki Thompson’s paper: “The 2021 western North America heat wave among the most extreme events ever recorded globally”. Alex on “astonishing” heat in  …
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Swedish anthropologist Alf Hornborg says economic crash could empower change to save climate. UK scientist Sergei Petrovskii on his study: warming die-off of oxygen-making plankton. Ocean collapse by 2070? Robert Shirkey gets climate warning labels on Canadian gas pumps.
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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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Big storms – hurricanes, tropical cyclones, typhoons – will double in the next decades. Netherlands scientist Nadia Bloemendaal on stormy climate times. The Director General of CIFOR – the world’s largest forest science organization – Robert Nasi on forests and global landscapes in  …
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Can we reshape Earth’s atmosphere, going back to greenhouse levels found before the industrial revolution? Astrophysicist and engineer Peter Fiekowsky says “yes” in his new book “Climate Restoration: The Only Future that will Sustain the Human Race.” But the tools are still questionable.  …
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The climate has become unstable. Scientists warned us for decades. Now even they are rebelling. We talk with Scientist Rebellion’s William Livernois. And Brian Ancell exposes another wrinkle nobody planned on: flash droughts. Alex reports on extreme climate-driven weather around the world.
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Atmospheric rivers and record heat appear at both Poles. Scientist Paul Beckwith on latest IPCC report. From France, global climate action: Nicolas Haeringer of 350.org on activism despite compound crisis of war, pandemic, instability.
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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.
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Everything you see is tailored for your mind – algorithms to shape a world-view, or hide one. Dr. Jennifer Earl is an expert on digital repression, by states, companies and trolls. We talk online activism in a changed world. Then from UN University,  …
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March 23, 2022 60 min
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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With radio producers Eddie Yuen & Sasha Lilley. Why do humans fixate on catastrophe, real or imaginary? Does the nation, the economy, or civilization need to collapse- to start anew? Who benefits if we think like that, and would things get better or  …
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