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Primary Vision Network
Russia Special Update : Nord Stream Update + Ukraine Vote

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 21:18


In this special update Mark talks about the recent developments to Nord Stream. He also covers what is happening in the Ukraine around the referendum and future effects.Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!

TRENDIFIER with Julian Dorey
#119 - Is Our Population Too Big? | Eric Olsson

TRENDIFIER with Julian Dorey

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 187:17


(***TIMESTAMPS in Description Below) ~ Eric Olsson is a chemical engineer and sustainability expert from Austin, Texas. Currently, Eric is working on building the foundation of a “New Plastics Economy” that doesn't exclude any industry. ***TIMESTAMPS*** 0:00 - Intro; Is The Population Too Big?; Human reproduction in the future; Japan 23:16 - The ratios of our population matter; Energy Access & Humanity; Austin and Growing Cities 43:33 - Japan Contraception Data; The 3 phases of healthcare development 56:18 - “Othering” each other; A New Normal?; Good vs. Bad & The Zero Sum Game 1:16:43 - The Fourth Turning; Millennials vs Gen Z 1:37:58 - Andrew Bustamante says “we need an enemy”; Other countries not helping us fix environment 1:53:56 - How climate change became a political issue; The origins of the term “Climate Change”; Shutting down opinions 2:19:10 - Gun Control Discussion 2:25:29 - Plastics & Carbon explained 2:36:44 - Eric's early career in Big Oil and his shift to Sustainability 2:54:23 - What is the history of Recycling?; Paul Rosolie and the trees problem; How we can fix environmental issues ~ Get $150 Off The Eight Sleep Pod Pro Mattress / Mattress Cover (USING CODE: “TRENDIFIER”): https://eight-sleep.ioym.net/trendifier Julian's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julianddorey ~ Beat provided by: https://freebeats.io Music Produced by White Hot

Beyond Labels with Dr. Sina McCullough
Modern Medicine: Born out of Lies & Fear that STILL Affect You Today

Beyond Labels with Dr. Sina McCullough

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 5:08


Listen to Episode 56 here - https://beyondlabels.supportingcast.fm/joinThe modern medical system demonizes natural medicine while promoting “a pill for every ill.”  In episode 56, Joel and Sina discuss how this system was created and why it led to the death of natural medicine and the birth of Big Pharma and Rockefeller medicine. 

Primary Vision Network
EIA UPDATE - What Comes On the Back of Shoulder Season, How is Demand Holding Up?, Russia Flows Continue as China Boosts Exports

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 70:40


It is very important to track Russian oil flows as we near the point where the oil embargo on the country goes into effect. So far, its exports are proving resilient. China's boost in exports is one reason. Asia on the whole, might see a drop in oil demand and it might affect Russian exports moving forward. Mark talks about these significant matters in this segment.Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!

News Beat
Exposed: The Fossil Fuel Industry's Big Lie (Part Two)

News Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 41:05


In a follow up to our “Big Lie” episode, we report on the congressional hearings on fossil fuel disinformation that you likely didn't see in the corporate media. Investigators publicly released internal Big Oil documents that further exposed how the industry utilizes propaganda and disinformation to further investments in oil and gas, while claiming publicly to be transitioning to alternative energy. News Beat is a multi-award-winning podcast brought to you by Morey Creative Studios and Manny Faces Media. Audio Editor/Sound Designer/Producer/Host: Manny FacesEditor-In-Chief/Producer: Chris TwarowskiManaging Editor/Producer: Rashed MianEpisode Art: Jeff MainExecutive Producer: Jed MoreySupport the show: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=EYkdQRkbZ6vNTGfNSGWZjx7_15orqqDl8vkmrAg3TkxLprft1OguFwxlheC3tAkNd-KVPG&country.x=US&locale.x=USSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Primary Vision Network
PVN Macro View - More headwinds: La Nina, Housing Market and Oil demand

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 9:55


In this episode, Osama Rizvi talks about how there seems to be headwinds gathering over the global economic horizon. He mentions LA Nina and its significance during the contemporary context of elevated food prices. He also highlights the red signals coming from U.S. Housing market where mortgage rates have hit highest since 2008. Finally, he discusses the week ahead with Market Sentiment TrackerEmail us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!

The Climate Minute
From Maine to Manchin

The Climate Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 51:10


The Inflation Reduction Act is good climate bill, but in the sausage making  process, a companion bill that pretends to improve the ‘permitting process' was needed. Now the ‘Manchin side deal' is moving to a vote. For greens, permitting reform relates to what is happening in Maine, but for Manchin (read Big Oil) it about rolling over local voices for faster pipeline construction.   

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Big Oil pledged to fight climate change, but do their actions line up?

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 5:32


To prevent catastrophic global warming, international groups say there should be no new investment in fossil fuel projects. The world's biggest energy companies support those goals publicly, but their spending and lobbying suggest they have no plans to slow down oil and gas development. Ali Rogin explores new data showing a disconnect between what major industry players are saying and doing. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Science
Big Oil pledged to fight climate change, but do their actions line up?

PBS NewsHour - Science

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 5:32


To prevent catastrophic global warming, international groups say there should be no new investment in fossil fuel projects. The world's biggest energy companies support those goals publicly, but their spending and lobbying suggest they have no plans to slow down oil and gas development. Ali Rogin explores new data showing a disconnect between what major industry players are saying and doing. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Out d'Coup Podcast
Friday Politics Roundup | NYT sounds alarm on US democracy; QAnon-laced Trump rally in Youngstown; Big Oil gaslighting; Banned Books Week; NASA Artemis I & DART news; Happy Birthday to The Jetsons

Out d'Coup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 87:48


A new long-form article in the New York Times by Pulitzer Prize winning journalist David Leonhardt, takes a deep dive into what he's calling the “twin threats” to American democracy today: First, “a growing movement inside one of the country's two major parties — the Republican Party — to refuse to accept defeat in an election.” Second, “the power to set government policy is becoming increasingly disconnected from public opinion.” Last weekend saw the weirdest - and perhaps the most troubling - Trump rally to date. Closing out his Youngstown, OH rally, Trump got dark about the decline of America as creepy QAnon themed music played over the speakers. As he spoke, people in the audience began raising their arms and pointing a single finger in the air. It felt like a Nazi salute mixed with religious signs of devotion. Even journalists who have been covering Trump and right-wing extremist groups for a long time were baffled.  New internal documents show that Big Oil companies openly admit to gaslighting the public about their commitment to “going green.” Documents also showed that some company officials wished climate activists would get infested with bed bugs.  It's Banned Books Week and public libraries across the Commonwealth and the country are shining bright lights on censorship and attempts by right-wing zealots to remove books from our schools. Bucks County has, of course, been front and center of the book-banning agenda. This year alone has seen 681 attempts to ban or restrict library sources, according to the American Library Association.  As ALA president Lessa Kanani'opua Pelayo-Lozado put it, “The unprecedented number of challenges we're seeing already this year reflects coordinated, national efforts to silence marginalized or historically underrepresented voices and deprive all of us — young people, in particular — of the chance to explore a world beyond the confines of personal experience.”  Saturday, Sept. 24 from 4 to 6 p.m. at State and Main Streets with the first annual Banned Books Parade. Participants will dress up in cardboard box book costumes to bring banned books to life.  The educational website Docuseek was blocked by the Central Bucks School District after “concerned parent” Vonna DeArmond complained at a recent school board meeting that some of the materials available on the site made references to sexually explicit themes and were discriminating against Christians.  Abortion is proving to be a key issue in PA's 1st Congressional district and Brian Fitzpatrick seems to believe that avoid talking to the media and his constituents is his best strategy. A recent WFMZ's 69 News story covering the issue featured Ashley Ehasz speaking out about abortion rights, but as the reporter put it: “69 News wanted to talk more to Fitzpatrick about his views, but several attempts to reach his campaign went unanswered.” Duck and cover, Fitzy. A couple of big things happening in space news. NASA is holding a press briefing today to discuss the status of the Artemis I mission to the Moon following two failed launches. Artemis ! may now launch as soon as September 27. Also, NASA will also be streaming its asteroid-smashing DART mission Monday evening.  And the cartoon The Jetsons, premiered on this date in 1962.

Primary Vision Network
U.S. Completion Activity Holds Steady - Frac Spread Count

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 24:07


#FSC #fracspreadcount #DollarIndex #NaturalGas #germanenergycrisisIn this episode of FSC, Mark gives us a nice round up of the whole week. He talks about savoring gas prices in Europe, housing activity in the U.S., Germany's PPI and other indicators. Most of them aren't really promising and further highlights the concerns we have been emphasizing from months on these shows. Tune in to watch the whole episode.Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!

Adam Carolla Show
Part 2: Bryan Callen + News (ACS September 20)

Adam Carolla Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 60:16 Transcription Available Very Popular


Comedian Bryan Callen is in the studio and talks with the gang about K-tel commercials and the true meaning behind Dolly Parton's ‘Jolene'. Adam shows them pieces of a House Oversight Committee hearing on Big Oil where ‘Chick Think' quickly takes over the narrative. Gina Grad reports the news of the day including: reports of Woody Allen retiring, Gavin Newsom running for president, and how more people are now smoking marijuana than cigarettes. PLUGS: Watch Bryan Callen's special, ‘Man Tears' available for free on his YouTube channel https://youtu.be/Wx-r3qSDl4E Check out Bryan's YouTube series, ‘Best Of, with Bryan Callen' on his YouTube Channel See Bryan live at Spokane Comedy Club, this Thursday through Saturday Find more dates at BryanCallen.com And follow him on Twitter and Instagram: @BryanCallen THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: Con-Cret.com/PODCAST SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Download DAVE on Apple or Google Play TommyJohn.com/ADAM Keeps.com/ADAM Geico.com

Heroes and Howlers
Howard Hughes (Big Oil)

Heroes and Howlers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 23:12


“Every man has his price, or a guy like me couldn't exist.” Howard Hughes In this episode Paul and Mikey look at the archetypal eccentric billionaire, and how the life of one man did so much to mirror and then shape 20th Century America.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Primary Vision Network
Monday Macro View - Will Europe Survive the Winters

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 10:39


In this episode of Monday Macro View, Osama talks about a recently released report by Oxfam that highlights top 10 climate hotspot, European Gas inventories, asymmetry in carbon emissions, and where do we stand at the Market Sentiment Tracker.Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!Go here to get started! https://primaryvision.co/subscription-plan/

Ashley Speaks. You Learn.
15 Green Marketing Examples To Inspire You In 2022

Ashley Speaks. You Learn.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 21:34


The planet is plagued by environmental concerns. Studies have shown that the degree of environmental awareness among customers is rising, and people are ready to buy eco-friendly products despite their higher pricing. Businesses are embracing “green marketing” as a means of promoting a more environmentally friendly reputation. Green marketing gives businesses the opportunity to communicate their core beliefs as well as their contributions to the local community and the world at large. This article will help you understand what “green marketing” is and will provide you with green marketing examples from well-known brands. In green marketing, businesses focus on their brand, goods, or philanthropic initiatives by highlighting their environmental and sustainable practices. At its inception, it served as a medium for companies to communicate their environmentally friendly business practices while also showing how their products had evolved in response to customer demand for such improvements. Promoting ecologically friendly goods and practices is an important part of any company's marketing strategy, and green marketing is a great method to show the dedication a brand has toward saving the planet. While many businesses claim to devote a percentage of their profits to environmental causes, only a small number can make the claim that their whole business model revolves around environmental concerns. There are several advantages to green marketing, including: Taking social and environmental obligations very seriously. Making business decisions that are good for the environment. Taking a stand in a crowded marketplace that is becoming increasingly competitive. Increasing the trustworthiness of a brand. Providing long-term prospects for growth. Helping individuals make better decisions via education. Keeping costs down while increasing profits. Using less energy and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Enhancing the general public's well-being Developing closer relationships with the people you want to influence. 15 Green Marketing Examples To Inspire You Those who are new to green marketing may believe that only small niche brands can actually improve their practices sufficiently to be truly green businesses. But that's not the case. Sustainable practices have been embraced by a slew of well-known global corporations in recent times. Take a look at these fifteen real-world brand green marketing examples. Learn how 100+ brands on Shopify increased their AOV by 20% through cause-based marketing Patagonia contributes to climate change concerns and seeks to find more environmentally friendly ways to make their goods. It is also honest with buyers, stating that the jackets' shells are made of fossil fuels, which are not fully green. As long as the community can perceive the company's genuine interest in saving our world, this truth will have no effect on the brand's reputation. The Common Threads Recycling Program is one of the company's most effective environmental programs. Its purpose was to help customers get more use out of things they'd already bought. For the previous five years, Patagonia has maintained or improved on its “outstanding” rating as a certified B Corporation (151). According to the Fashion Transparency Index, which conducted an audit of the Ventura, California, company in 2020, it received a 60 percent approval rating (the average score is 23 percent). Here are their three key goals for the future: By 2025, we will no longer need virgin petroleum fiber. Better Sweater® jackets are made using recycled polyester to protest Big Oil. Since Fall 2019, they've prevented 14.6 million pounds of CO2 from entering the atmosphere. The packaging will be 100% reusable, biodegradable, renewable, or recyclable by 2025. They are using algal ink on hangtags and packaging, reducing plastic, and using QR code technology to cut paper by 100,000 pounds a year. By 2030, the business will be net-zero. First, they are developing less-impactf...

SF Live
Explained: How Biden Secretly Finances Big Oil

SF Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 39:18


On this episode of #SFLive, we are speaking with Rory Johnston, Founder of Commodity Context about How Biden is secretly financing big oil, strategic oil reserve, OPEC+, Permian Basin, and more. Guest: Rory Johnston, Founder Company: CommodityContext.com #oil #oilprice Tags: Oil, Oil price, oil stocks, oil exploration, oil and gas, permian basin, permian, joe biden, biden, rory johnston, commodity context, sf live, soar financial, kai Hoffmann, oil trade, oil trading, oil price forecast, oil price analysis, oil market, strategic oil reserves, SPR, global oil market, opec+, opec, russia MAKE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL & HIT THE ALERT BUTTON Also, follow us on http://www.twitter.com/soarfinancial - make sure to follow us & click on the bell icon! ►► Follow Us! ◄◄ Twitter:http://twitter.com/soarfinancial Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/soarfinancial/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/soarfinancial/ Website: http://www.soarfinancial.com/ SF Live is a new format by Soar Financial Partners. The goal is to give short company updates and more importantly get investors engaged directly with the companies. Intro Music: "Summer" by Bensound.com **Disclaimer:** Unless specifically disclosed, all information available on Soar Financial and its affiliates or partners should be considered as non-commercial in nature. None of the content produced by Soar Financial should be considered an endorsement, offer or recommendation to buy or sell securities. Soar Financial is not registered with any financial or securities regulatory authority in Canada, the US, Europe, or the UK, and does not provide, nor claim to provide, investment advice or recommendations to any consumer of the content that Soar Financial produces and publicizes. Always do your own due diligence and/or consult a qualified legal, tax, or investment professional if personal advice is deemed necessary. Soar Financial and its related companies (including its directors, employees, and representatives) or a connected person may hold equity positions in securities detailed in communications. When this occurs a disclosure will be made. Disclosures on social media will be made using the hashtag #coi (short for conflict of interest). Soar Financial, its affiliates, and their respective directors, officers, employees, or agents expressly disclaim any liability for losses or damages, whether direct, indirect, special, or consequential, or other consequences, howsoever caused, arising out of any use or reproduction of this site or any decision made or action taken in reliance upon the produced content of Soar Financial, whether authorized or not. By accessing Soar Financial's content, each consumer of Soar Financial content releases Soar Financial, its affiliates, and their respective officers, directors, agents, and employees from all claims and proceedings for such losses, damages, or consequences.

Primary Vision Network
Completion Activity Rises as the Economy Slows - Frac Spread Count

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 24:25


#fracspreadcount #rigcount #fracspread #usactivityEmail us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!Go here to get started! https://primaryvision.co/subscription-plan/

POLITICO Energy
House Dems' latest Big Oil probes

POLITICO Energy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 9:06


Democrats tore into the fossil fuel industry and their representatives during a pair of House hearings on Wednesday and Thursday. POLITICO's Ben Lefebvre and host Josh Siegel discuss what Democrats hoped to accomplish with these hearings, some of the main takeaways, and how fossil fuel companies, their representatives and Republicans responded.   Josh Siegel is an energy reporter for POLITICO.  Ben Lefebvre is an energy reporter for POLITICO.  Nirmal Mulaikal is a POLITICO audio host-producer.  Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the executive producer of POLITICO's audio department.

Energy Week
204 - Should Biden give big oil a bailout?

Energy Week

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 19:27


VISION VIBES | NHK WORLD-JAPAN
Breaking the Oil Stranglehold: Mark van Baal / Founder, Follow This

VISION VIBES | NHK WORLD-JAPAN

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 18:20


Dutch shareholder activist Mark van Baal challenges the power of Big Oil and urges these influential companies to abandon fossil fuels and commit to a fossil free future. Here's what we talk about in this episode: Activism, Business, Economy, Environment, Global issues, International, Sustainability

The Swerve Podcast
The Car That Ran on Water – Stanley Meyer's Water Fuel Cell

The Swerve Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 80:53


This episode we talk about a car that ran on water and the creator's mysterious death… - Stanley Meyer's developed a water fuel cell that could propel an automobile using just water as a fuel source. - He died suddenly on March 20, 1998, while dining at a restaurant. He was alleged to be at a meeting with two Belgian investors. - Meyer's suddenly ran outside during the dinner meeting and exclaimed the last words he would ever utter - "They poisoned me." - Was his water car real? Was he killed by Big Oil to suppress his invention? - What say you?

Primary Vision Network
EIA Update - Builds Across the Board as Summer Comes to a Close, What Will Happen to Refined Products in Shoulder Season?, Saudi Cuts OSPs as Gasoline Cracks Falter

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 72:33


Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!Go here to get started! https://primaryvision.co/subscription-plan/

The John Batchelor Show
1/2 The Biden Administration accuses Big Oil. @RichardAEpstein @HooverInst. (Originally posted December 2, 2021).

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 12:54


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 1/2     The Biden Administration accuses Big Oil. @RichardAEpstein @HooverInst. (Originally posted December 2, 2021). https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2022/09/01/mars-oxygen-nasa-mit/

The John Batchelor Show
2/2 The Biden Administration accuses Big Oil. @RichardAEpstein @HooverInst. (Originally posted December 2, 2021).

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 7:45


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 2/2     The Biden Administration accuses Big Oil. @RichardAEpstein @HooverInst. (Originally posted December 2, 2021). https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2022/09/01/mars-oxygen-nasa-mit/

Primary Vision Network
THE ECONOMY - Geopolitical Stress Continues to Rise, U.S. Data Sending Mixed Signals- Who's Right?, When Does the Next Shoe Drop for Europe?, Chinese Trade Slows & Lockdowns Rise Again

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 74:50


Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!Go here to get started! https://primaryvision.co/subscription-plan/

ESG OUT LOUD U.S.
What we could gain by engaging with oil companies

ESG OUT LOUD U.S.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 21:05


Paul and Emile discuss BlackRock and the rest of the firms on Texas' sustainable investing blacklist, and how ESG investing is yet another political issue polarizing our country.  Then Emile speaks with Roos Wijker of Follow This, a grassroots organization and collective of shareholders. Roos talks about the group's efforts to push Big Oil companies to accelerate the energy transition by setting emission reduction targets aligned with the Paris Climate Agreement. 

Primary Vision Network
THE ECONOMY - Elevated Debt & Disastrous Weather is a Bad Mix, Expectations for the Fed & Weakening Real Income/Spending, Leading Indicators Mixed with Some Bright Spots, Economic & Consumer Confidence Falls Again in Europe, China's Bond P

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 92:03


Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!Go here to get started! https://primaryvision.co/subscription-plan/

Primary Vision Network
Moving Day in the Permian - More Activity Next Week

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 22:03


In this episode of FSC Mark talk about the chances of an expected increase in activity next week. However, as always he provides a brilliant wrap up of the events in this week. The discussion on interest rates is particularly insightful.Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!Go here to get started! https://primaryvision.co/subscription-plan/

Primary Vision Network
EIA Update - Crude Draws in the U.S., But Rises Globally, As Summer Demand Comes to a Close- What Comes Next?, OPEC+ Cuts Surplus Estimates as Differentials Weaken

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 82:15


Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!Go here to get started! https://primaryvision.co/subscription-plan/

Primary Vision Network
Frac Spread Count - Completion Activity Closes Out August on a High Note

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 22:57


In this episode, Mark talks about how and why the completion activity closed on a fairly high note in August. Apart from that, he also discusses interests rate policies by different Fed chairmen and the health of US economy.Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!Go here to get started! https://primaryvision.co/subscription-plan/

New Books in Public Policy
Mélissa Mialon, "Big Food & Co" (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021)

New Books in Public Policy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 51:39


In the 1960s and 1970s, the exposure of Big Tobacco's aggressive lobbying and internal efforts to obscure science showcasing the harmful effects of smoking changed U.S. public opinion of the industry and of product safety protocols, both of which had largely obscured these harms from public view for decades. Public awareness grew, triggering regulation on disclosure related to political influencing strategies, marketing tactics, and transparency regarding the devastating toll of tobacco products on many communities, including and especially children. As similar approaches to assessing the public health impacts of Big Oil and Big Pharma, among other industries, have gained traction in recent decades, Dr. Mélissa Mialon's new book, Big Food & Co (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021), adds the amalgamation of multinationals and transnational supply chains that make up Big Food, to that list. Rising health inequities across race, class, and geography are subtle, yet central themes throughout Dr. Mialon's meticulous accounting of a complex puzzle in which the marketing and distribution strategies of soft drink companies and ultra-processed food manufacturers are quietly but steadily ushering in a new globalized era of related public health crises – measured by increasing rates of of diabetes, cancers, and heart disease, etc– a crisis that has long been felt in the United States. Whether branding t-shirts and games at summer camps in France for underprivileged children or blanketing entire streets in Mauritius with the unmistakable bright red and white flag of Coca-Cola, Dr. Mialon describes a taxonomy of commercial determinants of health common to nearly every example – whether multinational food companies' policy advocacy in Colombia, public-private partnerships in Brazil, or culturally responsive branding for holidays in Southern Africa. Between academic research and investigative journalism, the survey of trends in Big Food's operation, marketing, and regulatory capture, offered throughout the book are additionally grounds for laying out a policy roadmap with public health indicators at the center of a wide range of potential reforms including campaign finance and heightened disclosure protocols for public-private partnerships to mitigating conflicts of interest in scientific studies related to food, agriculture, and health, among many others. Dr. Mélissa Mialon is Associate Professor at Trinity College Dublin, in Ireland. She is a food engineer with a PhD in nutrition and co-coordinates the « Governance, Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Public Health » (GECI-PH) network, based out of the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. Her research focuses on commercial determinants of health, and particularly on the practices used by corporations to influence public health policy, research and practice. Anna Levy researches and teaches on emergency, crisis, and development practice & politics at Fordham & New York Universities. She is the founder and principal of Jafsadi.works, a research collective focused on advancing structural and participatory accountability in non-profit, movement, multilateral, city, and policy strategies. You can follow her @politicoyuntura. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/public-policy

New Books in Law
Mélissa Mialon, "Big Food & Co" (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021)

New Books in Law

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 51:39


In the 1960s and 1970s, the exposure of Big Tobacco's aggressive lobbying and internal efforts to obscure science showcasing the harmful effects of smoking changed U.S. public opinion of the industry and of product safety protocols, both of which had largely obscured these harms from public view for decades. Public awareness grew, triggering regulation on disclosure related to political influencing strategies, marketing tactics, and transparency regarding the devastating toll of tobacco products on many communities, including and especially children. As similar approaches to assessing the public health impacts of Big Oil and Big Pharma, among other industries, have gained traction in recent decades, Dr. Mélissa Mialon's new book, Big Food & Co (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021), adds the amalgamation of multinationals and transnational supply chains that make up Big Food, to that list. Rising health inequities across race, class, and geography are subtle, yet central themes throughout Dr. Mialon's meticulous accounting of a complex puzzle in which the marketing and distribution strategies of soft drink companies and ultra-processed food manufacturers are quietly but steadily ushering in a new globalized era of related public health crises – measured by increasing rates of of diabetes, cancers, and heart disease, etc– a crisis that has long been felt in the United States. Whether branding t-shirts and games at summer camps in France for underprivileged children or blanketing entire streets in Mauritius with the unmistakable bright red and white flag of Coca-Cola, Dr. Mialon describes a taxonomy of commercial determinants of health common to nearly every example – whether multinational food companies' policy advocacy in Colombia, public-private partnerships in Brazil, or culturally responsive branding for holidays in Southern Africa. Between academic research and investigative journalism, the survey of trends in Big Food's operation, marketing, and regulatory capture, offered throughout the book are additionally grounds for laying out a policy roadmap with public health indicators at the center of a wide range of potential reforms including campaign finance and heightened disclosure protocols for public-private partnerships to mitigating conflicts of interest in scientific studies related to food, agriculture, and health, among many others. Dr. Mélissa Mialon is Associate Professor at Trinity College Dublin, in Ireland. She is a food engineer with a PhD in nutrition and co-coordinates the « Governance, Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Public Health » (GECI-PH) network, based out of the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. Her research focuses on commercial determinants of health, and particularly on the practices used by corporations to influence public health policy, research and practice. Anna Levy researches and teaches on emergency, crisis, and development practice & politics at Fordham & New York Universities. She is the founder and principal of Jafsadi.works, a research collective focused on advancing structural and participatory accountability in non-profit, movement, multilateral, city, and policy strategies. You can follow her @politicoyuntura. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law

New Books in Economics
Mélissa Mialon, "Big Food & Co" (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021)

New Books in Economics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 51:39


In the 1960s and 1970s, the exposure of Big Tobacco's aggressive lobbying and internal efforts to obscure science showcasing the harmful effects of smoking changed U.S. public opinion of the industry and of product safety protocols, both of which had largely obscured these harms from public view for decades. Public awareness grew, triggering regulation on disclosure related to political influencing strategies, marketing tactics, and transparency regarding the devastating toll of tobacco products on many communities, including and especially children. As similar approaches to assessing the public health impacts of Big Oil and Big Pharma, among other industries, have gained traction in recent decades, Dr. Mélissa Mialon's new book, Big Food & Co (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021), adds the amalgamation of multinationals and transnational supply chains that make up Big Food, to that list. Rising health inequities across race, class, and geography are subtle, yet central themes throughout Dr. Mialon's meticulous accounting of a complex puzzle in which the marketing and distribution strategies of soft drink companies and ultra-processed food manufacturers are quietly but steadily ushering in a new globalized era of related public health crises – measured by increasing rates of of diabetes, cancers, and heart disease, etc– a crisis that has long been felt in the United States. Whether branding t-shirts and games at summer camps in France for underprivileged children or blanketing entire streets in Mauritius with the unmistakable bright red and white flag of Coca-Cola, Dr. Mialon describes a taxonomy of commercial determinants of health common to nearly every example – whether multinational food companies' policy advocacy in Colombia, public-private partnerships in Brazil, or culturally responsive branding for holidays in Southern Africa. Between academic research and investigative journalism, the survey of trends in Big Food's operation, marketing, and regulatory capture, offered throughout the book are additionally grounds for laying out a policy roadmap with public health indicators at the center of a wide range of potential reforms including campaign finance and heightened disclosure protocols for public-private partnerships to mitigating conflicts of interest in scientific studies related to food, agriculture, and health, among many others. Dr. Mélissa Mialon is Associate Professor at Trinity College Dublin, in Ireland. She is a food engineer with a PhD in nutrition and co-coordinates the « Governance, Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Public Health » (GECI-PH) network, based out of the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. Her research focuses on commercial determinants of health, and particularly on the practices used by corporations to influence public health policy, research and practice. Anna Levy researches and teaches on emergency, crisis, and development practice & politics at Fordham & New York Universities. She is the founder and principal of Jafsadi.works, a research collective focused on advancing structural and participatory accountability in non-profit, movement, multilateral, city, and policy strategies. You can follow her @politicoyuntura. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/economics

Cost of Living
Big Oil, Big Pharma, Big ... Book?

Cost of Living

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 27:39


In the publishing world, five companies run the show: Penguin Random House, HarperCollins, Hachette, Simon & Schuster and MacMillan. We look at what a proposed merger between two of them could mean for readers. Plus — how to quit your job and not burn bridges, plus bye-bye to Air Miles at one of Canada's biggest grocers.

New Books in Medicine
Mélissa Mialon, "Big Food & Co" (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021)

New Books in Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 51:39


In the 1960s and 1970s, the exposure of Big Tobacco's aggressive lobbying and internal efforts to obscure science showcasing the harmful effects of smoking changed U.S. public opinion of the industry and of product safety protocols, both of which had largely obscured these harms from public view for decades. Public awareness grew, triggering regulation on disclosure related to political influencing strategies, marketing tactics, and transparency regarding the devastating toll of tobacco products on many communities, including and especially children. As similar approaches to assessing the public health impacts of Big Oil and Big Pharma, among other industries, have gained traction in recent decades, Dr. Mélissa Mialon's new book, Big Food & Co (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021), adds the amalgamation of multinationals and transnational supply chains that make up Big Food, to that list. Rising health inequities across race, class, and geography are subtle, yet central themes throughout Dr. Mialon's meticulous accounting of a complex puzzle in which the marketing and distribution strategies of soft drink companies and ultra-processed food manufacturers are quietly but steadily ushering in a new globalized era of related public health crises – measured by increasing rates of of diabetes, cancers, and heart disease, etc– a crisis that has long been felt in the United States. Whether branding t-shirts and games at summer camps in France for underprivileged children or blanketing entire streets in Mauritius with the unmistakable bright red and white flag of Coca-Cola, Dr. Mialon describes a taxonomy of commercial determinants of health common to nearly every example – whether multinational food companies' policy advocacy in Colombia, public-private partnerships in Brazil, or culturally responsive branding for holidays in Southern Africa. Between academic research and investigative journalism, the survey of trends in Big Food's operation, marketing, and regulatory capture, offered throughout the book are additionally grounds for laying out a policy roadmap with public health indicators at the center of a wide range of potential reforms including campaign finance and heightened disclosure protocols for public-private partnerships to mitigating conflicts of interest in scientific studies related to food, agriculture, and health, among many others. Dr. Mélissa Mialon is Associate Professor at Trinity College Dublin, in Ireland. She is a food engineer with a PhD in nutrition and co-coordinates the « Governance, Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Public Health » (GECI-PH) network, based out of the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. Her research focuses on commercial determinants of health, and particularly on the practices used by corporations to influence public health policy, research and practice. Anna Levy researches and teaches on emergency, crisis, and development practice & politics at Fordham & New York Universities. She is the founder and principal of Jafsadi.works, a research collective focused on advancing structural and participatory accountability in non-profit, movement, multilateral, city, and policy strategies. You can follow her @politicoyuntura. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/medicine

New Books Network
Mélissa Mialon, "Big Food & Co" (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 51:39


In the 1960s and 1970s, the exposure of Big Tobacco's aggressive lobbying and internal efforts to obscure science showcasing the harmful effects of smoking changed U.S. public opinion of the industry and of product safety protocols, both of which had largely obscured these harms from public view for decades. Public awareness grew, triggering regulation on disclosure related to political influencing strategies, marketing tactics, and transparency regarding the devastating toll of tobacco products on many communities, including and especially children. As similar approaches to assessing the public health impacts of Big Oil and Big Pharma, among other industries, have gained traction in recent decades, Dr. Mélissa Mialon's new book, Big Food & Co (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021), adds the amalgamation of multinationals and transnational supply chains that make up Big Food, to that list. Rising health inequities across race, class, and geography are subtle, yet central themes throughout Dr. Mialon's meticulous accounting of a complex puzzle in which the marketing and distribution strategies of soft drink companies and ultra-processed food manufacturers are quietly but steadily ushering in a new globalized era of related public health crises – measured by increasing rates of of diabetes, cancers, and heart disease, etc– a crisis that has long been felt in the United States. Whether branding t-shirts and games at summer camps in France for underprivileged children or blanketing entire streets in Mauritius with the unmistakable bright red and white flag of Coca-Cola, Dr. Mialon describes a taxonomy of commercial determinants of health common to nearly every example – whether multinational food companies' policy advocacy in Colombia, public-private partnerships in Brazil, or culturally responsive branding for holidays in Southern Africa. Between academic research and investigative journalism, the survey of trends in Big Food's operation, marketing, and regulatory capture, offered throughout the book are additionally grounds for laying out a policy roadmap with public health indicators at the center of a wide range of potential reforms including campaign finance and heightened disclosure protocols for public-private partnerships to mitigating conflicts of interest in scientific studies related to food, agriculture, and health, among many others. Dr. Mélissa Mialon is Associate Professor at Trinity College Dublin, in Ireland. She is a food engineer with a PhD in nutrition and co-coordinates the « Governance, Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Public Health » (GECI-PH) network, based out of the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. Her research focuses on commercial determinants of health, and particularly on the practices used by corporations to influence public health policy, research and practice. Anna Levy researches and teaches on emergency, crisis, and development practice & politics at Fordham & New York Universities. She is the founder and principal of Jafsadi.works, a research collective focused on advancing structural and participatory accountability in non-profit, movement, multilateral, city, and policy strategies. You can follow her @politicoyuntura. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Food
Mélissa Mialon, "Big Food & Co" (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021)

New Books in Food

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 51:39


In the 1960s and 1970s, the exposure of Big Tobacco's aggressive lobbying and internal efforts to obscure science showcasing the harmful effects of smoking changed U.S. public opinion of the industry and of product safety protocols, both of which had largely obscured these harms from public view for decades. Public awareness grew, triggering regulation on disclosure related to political influencing strategies, marketing tactics, and transparency regarding the devastating toll of tobacco products on many communities, including and especially children. As similar approaches to assessing the public health impacts of Big Oil and Big Pharma, among other industries, have gained traction in recent decades, Dr. Mélissa Mialon's new book, Big Food & Co (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021), adds the amalgamation of multinationals and transnational supply chains that make up Big Food, to that list. Rising health inequities across race, class, and geography are subtle, yet central themes throughout Dr. Mialon's meticulous accounting of a complex puzzle in which the marketing and distribution strategies of soft drink companies and ultra-processed food manufacturers are quietly but steadily ushering in a new globalized era of related public health crises – measured by increasing rates of of diabetes, cancers, and heart disease, etc– a crisis that has long been felt in the United States. Whether branding t-shirts and games at summer camps in France for underprivileged children or blanketing entire streets in Mauritius with the unmistakable bright red and white flag of Coca-Cola, Dr. Mialon describes a taxonomy of commercial determinants of health common to nearly every example – whether multinational food companies' policy advocacy in Colombia, public-private partnerships in Brazil, or culturally responsive branding for holidays in Southern Africa. Between academic research and investigative journalism, the survey of trends in Big Food's operation, marketing, and regulatory capture, offered throughout the book are additionally grounds for laying out a policy roadmap with public health indicators at the center of a wide range of potential reforms including campaign finance and heightened disclosure protocols for public-private partnerships to mitigating conflicts of interest in scientific studies related to food, agriculture, and health, among many others. Dr. Mélissa Mialon is Associate Professor at Trinity College Dublin, in Ireland. She is a food engineer with a PhD in nutrition and co-coordinates the « Governance, Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Public Health » (GECI-PH) network, based out of the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. Her research focuses on commercial determinants of health, and particularly on the practices used by corporations to influence public health policy, research and practice. Anna Levy researches and teaches on emergency, crisis, and development practice & politics at Fordham & New York Universities. She is the founder and principal of Jafsadi.works, a research collective focused on advancing structural and participatory accountability in non-profit, movement, multilateral, city, and policy strategies. You can follow her @politicoyuntura. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/food

Primary Vision Network
THE ECONOMY - Electricity Prices Hit Spending & Underlying Economies, Fed Tightening to Accelerate Putting More Pressure, Real Estate Getting Slammed as the Consumer Struggles Mount, ECB Will Tighten Faster as Inflation Ramps, China Stimulus Falls Sho

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 109:19


Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!Go here to get started! https://primaryvision.co/subscription-plan/

Primary Vision Network
EIA Update - Geopolitical Issues Rise as U.S. Draws Continue, Refined Product Demand Falls, But Will Bounce Next Week, China Exports Spike as Crude on the Water Hits a New Record

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 71:43


Mark describes how geopolitical issues are rising and rhetoric is turning red and its impact on global oil markets. He also discusses the recent US draw - as the trend continues.Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!Go here to get started! https://primaryvision.co/subscription-plan/

Garage Logic
8/23 Attorney General Keith Ellison wants to sue big oil. Does he own a car?

Garage Logic

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 94:48 Very Popular


Attorney General Keith Ellison wants to sue big oil. Does he own a car? MPR accidentally helps the mayor refute climate change hysteria. Rob Dubnecay tells us what it's like to run a business in today's crime ridden environment.

Primary Vision Network
Frac Spread Count - Another Drop in Activity, But Expect a Bounce Next Week

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 15:26


#FSC #fracspreadcount #DollarIndex #NaturalGas #germanenergycrisisThere has been yet another drop in activity but we should be expect a comeback soon. Apart from FSC Mark talks about the dollar Index, natural gas curve, DUCs and most importantly Germany's energy crisis!Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!Go here to get started! https://primaryvision.co/subscription-plan/

Dave Troy Presents
Big Oil's Big Lie with Amy Westervelt

Dave Troy Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 73:26


Amy Westervelt is an investigative journalist, radio reporter, and podcast storyteller who has been tracking the oil and gas industry's climate denialism for over twenty years. Her podcast series, "Drilled" and "Rigged" tell the story of how the oil industry and big business have used influence to shape public discourse, perception, and regulation. Dave talked with Amy about the history of Big Oil's deceptive practices, and what, if anything, we can do about it going forward. Learn more about Amy's work at https://criticalfrequency.org Keywords: oil, gas, climate, fascism, drilled, rigged, influence, Exxon, Mobil, Ivy Ledbetter Lee, Edward Bernays, PSYOPs, military intelligence, Herb Schmertz, Valdez, oil spills, environment, climate, warming, denialism, cults, public relations, Edelman, arctic, Putin, drilling, Ukraine.

The Climate Recap
A landmark Big Pharma court ruling strengthens Big Oil's defense

The Climate Recap

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 10:25


At least 8 killed, scores injured in Algerian forest fires -state radio | ReutersTorrential rains lash New Zealand for third day, hundreds evacuate homes | ReutersChina's heatwave closes factories that supply parts to Tesla, Intel, and Toyota | The VergeChina's Yangtze River is running dry amid scorching temperatures | The Washington PostFrance's river Loire sets new lows as drought dries up its tributaries | ReutersSerbs wade in shrinking Danube as dredgers work flat-out | ReutersFeds call for water cutbacks as Colorado River is in 23-year drought | CNBCNew Climate Rules Pose Fresh Challenge for Small Hong Kong Funds | BloombergAppeals court axes ruling against Biden oil leasing pause, sends back for further proceedings | The HillCompanies plan $2.6 bil investment in major Alaska oil projects | The Washington PostOpioid ruling boosts Big Oil defense in Hawaii climate case | E&E NewsHundreds of thousands drop flood insurance as rates rise | E&E NewsMajor cities blighted by nitrogen dioxide pollution, research finds | The GuardianStudy: Pennsylvania Children Who Live Near Fracking Wells Have Higher Leukemia Risk | Inside Climate ChangeSource list- https://heavenly-sceptre-002.notion.site/Climate-Recap-August-19-33362198c669412ba4be6845d9d778ae 

Media Storm
2.5. Climate frontlines: The truth about Big Oil – with Thimali Kodikara

Media Storm

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 48:19


Warning: References to stillbirthWATCH MEDIA STORM'S DEBUT LIVE RECORDING AT KING'S PLACE, 17/09, 7PM: https://www.kingsplace.co.uk/whats-on/words/media-storm/Scorching heatwaves and ‘red weather warnings' have brought climate change onto our doorstep and into our headlines. But hidden from view - be it by distance, dense jungles or disinformation - the effects of the eco-disaster have already taken hold.This week, we hear from communities on the frontlines of fossil fuel extraction. The king of Ogale in Nigeria tells us why his community is taking Shell to court, and villagers along the Niger Delta describe the impact of oil pollution—environmental, cultural and political.Are the companies behind this production guilty of ‘greenwashing'? Is that even legal? And could the media be doing more to hold them to account? Mathilda and Helena discuss all this and more with Thimali Kodikara, the producer of Mothers of Invention podcast.The episode is hosted by Mathilda Mallinson (@mathildamall) and Helena Wadia (@helenawadia).Guest handlesLeigh Day International @leighdayintlCaroline Dennett @GreenGodlessSophie Marjanac @SMarjanacCE, Client Earth @ClientEarthThimali Kodikara IG: @oneloudbellow, TW: @apathysuckseggsProductionResearchers: Isabella Crispino, Mafalda Lorijn, Izzie AddisonFact-checker: Camilla TianaSound technician in Nigeria: Okoro Onyekachi Emmanuel @KachiUndiluted, http://www.majinigeria.org/.Music: Samfire @soundofsamfireProducers: Tom Salinsky and Deborah Frances-WhiteSourcesAdverts viewed per day: https://www.redcrowmarketing.com/2015/09/10/many-ads-see-one-day/Global advertising revenue, 2021: https://www.statista.com/topics/990/global-advertising-market/#dossierKeyfiguresSaudi Arabia GDP, 2021: https://data.worldbank.org/indicator/NY.GDP.MKTP.CDGuardian advertising revenue: https://www.theguardian.com/help/insideguardian/2020/jan/29/why-the-guardian-will-no-longer-accept-fossil-fuel-advertisingGet in touchFollow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/mediastormpodor Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mediastormpodor Tiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@mediastormpodlike us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MediaStormPodsend us an email mediastormpodcast@gmail.comcheck out our website https://mediastormpodcast.comMedia Storm is brought to you by the house of The Guilty Feminist and is part of the Acast Creator Network. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Climate Daily
U.S. Postmaster DeJoy Loves Big Oil, Postmaster DeJoy Gets Schooled, Ubuntu Climate Change Heroes!

The Climate Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 8:10


Primary Vision Network
EIA Update - Big U.S. Crude Draw as Chinese Demand Falls Further, U.S. Demand Hits Our Summer Target, Global Gasoline Glut Grows as More Crude Sits in Floating Storage

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 39:23


Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!Go here to get started! https://primaryvision.co/subscription-plan/

Common Censored
Episode 200 - Inflation Reduction Bill Hands Millions of Acres to Big Oil, Ukraine Admits US Pulling Strings, and Bank of America Wants You Destitute

Common Censored