Chemical element with atomic number 6
Can you believe that LMT (https://lmtmag.com/) Lab Day Chicago was almost 3 months ago? We got 7 hours of recordings when we were set up in the Ivoclar (https://www.ivoclar.com/en_us) Ballroom. This week wraps it all up with 4 amazing conversations from that wonderful weekend. First up is Susan van Kensbergen who is the Vice President of Myerson (https://www.myersontooth.com/). Susan talks about her journey from being a ceramist, moving up in lab responsibility, managing the world's largest LAVA milling center, and finding her new home at Myerson, the home of Durflex (https://www.myersontooth.com/duraflex/) and an upcoming "game changing" printer. Then we chat with Neal Allen from Mustard Seed Dental Studio (https://www.mustardseeddental.com/). Neal spent 20 years in a large lab before moving into a growing lab owned by a Prosthodontist. Neal talks about the importance of creating a happy lab culture and treating the employees like family. Next is the "better" half of Artifex Dental Lab (https://artifexlab.com/), Julio Munoz. Julio grew up in Bolivia where he is a board-certified Oral Surgeon. A lady brought him to the US where he connected with Artifex and helped create the "Triple Jig" technique for full arch implant restorations. We wrap us the whole weekend with a special treat, Barb's technician son, Zack Wojdan. Zack talks about growing up in the lab, starting at the beginning, working his way up, working with his mom, and goals for the future. A BIG thanks to LMT for putting on an amazing weekend and a BIGGER THANKS to Ivoclar for hosting us. The new PrograScan PS3 and PS5 (https://www.ivoclar.com/en_us/products/digital-equipment/prograscan-ps5-and-ps3-laborscanner) provide true-to-detail, high-resolution and accurate scans for coordinated digital workflows that are precise, fast, and always accurate. The PS3 and PS5 are powered by the popular and intuitive DentalCAD software from Exocad (https://exocad.com/). Whether you are looking for your first scanner, to upgrade or add to your existing scanners, the PrograScan may be the one for you. Reach out to your friendly Ivoclar (https://www.ivoclar.com/en_us) sales representative to select a scanner that matches the needs of your lab Today and tell them you heard about it on the podcast! Candulor (https://www.candulor.com/en-us) a dental supply company from Switzerland has solutions no matter if you are analog or digital Check out their PhysioSet TCR (https://www.candulor.com/en-us/product-portfolio/tooth-lines/physioset-tcr) tooth line that has been complemented with 18 new shapes. A total of 48 age-appropriate anterior tooth shapes are available for the laboratory or dental practice to select from. The Swiss School of Prosthetics (https://ssop.swiss/en-us) in Springfield, Missouri is the place to learn all things removable. America with get supported and supplied by the only authorized partner Edmonds Dental Supply (https://edmondsdentalsupply.com/) Candulor, High End Only Special Guests: Julio Munoz CDT, Neal Allen, Susan van Kinsbergen, and Zack Wojdan.
Do you know how much protein you eat in a day? How about fat and carbohydrates? Most of us are pretty unaware of how much of each of these macros we are getting in our diets, which is where macro tracking—not calorie tracking!—can be a helpful tool. I always say that WHAT you eat is more important than how much you eat, but making sure you are hitting your protein-intake goals and getting in the right amount of carbs and fats is another important factor in reaching your ideal body composition and feeling your best. I used a macro-tracking app to log my protein, carbs, and fats (along with the diversity of plant fiber I consumed) for a month, and it helped me dial in the ratio that makes me feel and perform at my best. In this episode, I'm sharing my results and giving you the info you need to make sure you are getting the right amount of each macronutrient in your diet to look and feel your best, too. I'll also share some tips on how to uplevel your diet even further with a few of my simple and effective hacks, so stay tuned until the end! Full show notes: jjvirgin.com/macros Get my full macronutrient recommendations in The Sugar Impact Diet: https://store.jjvirgin.com/collections/books/products/sugar-impact-diet-paperback-book I love the Carbon app for tracking macros: https://www.joincarbon.com/ I make my protein-first smoothies with All-In-One Shake: https://store.jjvirgin.com/collections/shakes Adding Collagen Peptides Plus boosts a smoothie with 11 grams of protein: https://store.jjvirgin.com/collections/supplements/products/all-systems-glow-collagen Good Karma Flax Milk + Protein adds an additional 8 grams of protein to smoothies: https://amzn.to/3VP3MO5 Get a copy of my Loaded Smoothie Cookbook, packed with delicious, protein-first smoothie recipes: https://jjvirgin.com/smoothie-guide/ Check out this study on the impact of hydration for fat loss: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4901052/ I use the Nutrisense continuous glucose monitor: https://www.nutrisense.io/?code=JJ25&utm_source=affiliate&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=jj.virgin
Decarbonizing freight and logistics is hard, but imperative. In today's episode we learn from industry-leading practitioners how to “just do it.” Serge Schamschula, Head of Ecosystem at Transporeon, and Marcelo Marcal, Logistics Procurement Director at Electrolux Global, join the show to share best practices on integrating sustainable decision making into freight and logistics procurement. From setting ambitious targets, tracking progress, and collaborating with stakeholders, listeners will learn that positive climate action is possible in this space. And it's happening sooner than we think. While advanced technologies like battery electric or carbon-neutral fuels are growing, they are long term solutions. To create change in this moment, companies like Electrolux are turning to near-term fixes like modal switch and improved data access and exchange through reporting efforts like CDP supply chain. Tune in and be encouraged to build momentum in your own firm's decarbonization journey. Brought to you by Chevron Renewable Energy Group. To learn more, click here: https://www.regi.com/products/endura-fuels Follow the Net-Zero Carbon Podcast Other FreightWaves Shows
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“The goal is net zero, which is a balance between the emissions we put into the air and the emissions we take out….We have solutions and…it's not that the technologies don't work, it's not that we don't know how to use them. It's because we haven't made the choice to actually use them at the size and scale that we need to, as quickly as we want to, to avoid all these really terrible, terrible impacts of a changing climate.” Melissa Lott on Electric Ladies Podcast An extraordinary new Nova documentary on PBS hosted by veteran science journalist Miles O'Brien gives a deep dive into what “carbon zero” actually means – in plain English for us non-scientists – and how we can get there in time to save the planet and our lifestyle. How? Listen to Melissa Lott, Director of Research at the Center for Global Energy Policy at Columbia University, and the lead scientists in the documentary, explain it in ways we can all understand in this fascinating discussion with Electric Ladies host Joan Michelson. You'll hear about: What carbon zero really is – and how to get there The impact of the new trifecta of federal legislation – the Inflation Reduction Act, the Infrastructure Investment Act and the CHIPS and Science Act. Where we get our electricity from today and what has to change to eliminate emissions The impact on each industry – in ways that may surprise you Plus, insightful career advice, such as… “Create your path because it probably hasn't been created before. And follow your passions and the things you want to contribute to…At the end of the day….it's about understanding where you want to have impact and then creating the path forward….When I started in this work, the thing I do now did not exist. It didn't, now it does. And I'm so glad that I positioned myself to be able to do the work that I do today because it speaks to me on many, many levels and it brings together different pieces of me, and it's a way that I can contribute. So,….It's about how are you going to create and be that change you want to see?” Melissa Lott on Electric Ladies Podcast Read Joan's Forbes articles here too. You'll also like: Halla Hrund Logadottir, Director-General, Iceland's National Energy Authority, on how the country has become 85% renewable energy. Sandrine Dixson-Decléve, Co-president of the Club of Rome (global leaders), on how to pivot the global economy to net zero Janet Gail Besser, of Smart Power Alliance, on their 5-point plan to get the U.S. energy system to net zero. Michele Wucker, thought leaders and author of “You Are What You Risk: The New Art & Science to Navigating an Uncertain World.” Jennifer Gerbi, Ph.D., Deputy Director and Acting Director, ARPA-E, the innovation arm of the Department of Energy Subscribe to our newsletter to receive our podcasts, blog, events and special coaching offers.. Thanks for subscribing on Apple Podcasts or iHeartRadio and leaving us a review! Follow us on Twitter @joanmichelson
TW Carbon started in 2014. They do carbon repair and custom paint. Most of their business is in the bike industry but they will venture out and do work on a boat or car. The Kirkwood, Missouri company gets business from across the country. They do ultrasonic scans to check for damage. Owner Nick Hand says it's not the crack that's going to get you but the delamination of the carbon fiber. When it comes to custom paint jobs creativity with TW Carbon is job one. Hand told me carbon is easy to paint. He says a paint project involves the customers vision and their painters skills.
Carbon capture and sequestration is the trapping of CO2 emitted by industrial processes and depositing it beneath the Earth's surface. Spurred on by tax credits offered by recent federal legislation, companies are racing to implement the technology in geologically suitable locations such as in Louisiana.However, the community around Lake Maurepas, Louisiana, has resisted efforts by Air Products to greenlight such a project under the lake. In this episode, C&EN reporters Craig Bettenhausen and Rick Mullin discuss the fears of the community around the implementation of carbon capture and sequestration around Lake Maurepas and the response from Air Products.C&EN Uncovered, a new project from C&EN's podcast, Stereo Chemistry, offers another look at subjects from recent cover stories. Read Mullin's April 2nd, 2023, cover story about carbon capture and sequestration around Lake Maurepas at https://bit.ly/3W4lbCE. A transcript of this episode will be available soon at cen.acs.org. Credits Executive producer: Gina Vitale C&EN Uncovered host: Craig Bettenhausen Cover story reporter: Rick Mullin Audio editor: Mark Feuer DiTusa Story editor: Michael McCoy, Ariana Remmel Copyeditor: Michele Arboit Show logo design: William A. Ludwig Episode artwork: Julie Dermansky Music: “Hot Chocolate” by Aves Contact Stereo Chemistry: Tweet at us @cenmag or email firstname.lastname@example.org. UPDATE The episode description was updated on May 18, 2023, to include words that were accidentally omitted in the sentence about geologically suitable locations. The example location of Louisiana was originally missing.
Have you considered taking one of the popular weight-loss drugs like Ozempic, but you're worried about weight regain once you stop taking the drug? Listen up! I've got some tips that will help you avoid some of the dreaded side effects and get the best results from using these medications. While I always recommend a diet and lifestyle approach to weight loss, the bottom line is this: if you are weight-loss resistant, these solutions could give you the edge you need to finally move the needle. However, the last thing you want to do is lose precious metabolism-supporting muscle. One of the downsides to using a drug like Ozempic is that it may prompt equal amounts of muscle and fat loss. Even though you see the number on the scale drop, your fat-to-muscle ratio may actually move in the wrong direction. Without adequate muscle on your body, you will have a lowered metabolism and a harder time keeping your body from storing fat once you stop taking the drug. In this episode, I'm going to give you the exact strategies you need to put in place—whether or not you are using Ozempic—to increase your muscle mass, hold on to your skeletal muscle, and rev up your metabolism so that you can achieve lasting weight loss results and an ideal body composition for the long term. Full show notes: jjvirgin.com/lastingresults A body composition scale will help you track your muscle to fat ratio while you are losing weight: https://amzn.to/3mTpTWW I recommend the Carbon app to make sure your protein intake is optimal. Visit https://www.joincarbon.com/ to learn more. Staying hydrated while losing weight is critical, and I recommend restoring electrolyte levels with ElectroReplenish. Get yours at https://store.jjvirgin.com/collections/supplements/products/electroreplenish Keep your vitamin and mineral levels optimal while dieting by using a full-spectrum multivitamin, like Daily Essentials Multi + Omegas: https://store.jjvirgin.com/collections/supplements/products/daily-essentials-multi-omegas Creatine monohydrate can be a game changer while building muscle mass. Try Designs for Health KreAlkalyn Pro at https://amzn.to/41zn7oF Boost mitochondrial health and increase muscle strength with Timeline Mitopure: https://www.timelinenutrition.com/partners/jj-virgin Support blood sugar balance with Designs for Health Berber-Evail: https://amzn.to/41Tpgvm
Ben Gagnon CMO of BitFarms joins me to talk about the flaws of the overly cited Digiconomist's work on Bitcoin Mining impact. We discuss: Key flaws in methodology and assumptions Carbon emissions per transaction is a flawed metric Better comparisons and ways of reasoning about mining Links: Site: bitfarms.com Twitter: @hashoveride Article: We Need To Talk About The Not Science Behind Digiconomist Tweet thread: https://twitter.com/hashoveride/status/1512861134537306116 Relevant prior episode: SLP470 Correcting Nyt Disinformation On Bitcoin With Pierre Rochard Sponsor links: Swan Bitcoin CoinKite.com(code LIVERA) Mempool.space Stephan Livera links: Follow me on Twitter @stephanlivera Subscribe to the podcast Patreon @stephanlivera
With policy and consumer trends all pointing to a net-zero future, savvy investors are able to follow the fund flows to capitalize on technologies of tomorrow. Global X ETFs, a New York based fund manager, takes a forward-looking, thematic approach to investing. With over $40 billion assets under management, Global X's portfolio allows investors to tap into high growth potential and structural tailwinds that are powering disruptive innovations and are leading to potentially greener and more efficient transportation, energy, and manufacturing systems. Host Tyler Cole is joined by research analysts Alec Lucas and Madeline Ruid to explore how investors are putting dollars to work around themes of lithium and battery tech, renewable energy and energy storage, hydrogen, and infrastructure. Tune in to learn why DRIV is LIT and CTEC is PAVE-ing the way to energy transition! Follow the Net-Zero Carbon Podcast Other FreightWaves Shows
The Matt Slick Live daily radio show broadcast is produced by The Christian Apologetics Research Ministry (CARM.org). During the show, Matt answers questions on the air, and offers insight on topics like The Bible, Apologetics, Theology, World Religions, Atheism, and other issues! The show airs live on the Truth Network, Monday through Friday, 6-7 PM, EST (3-4 PM, PST) MSL: May, 12 2023 Topics include: 05- What are the different gates in the temple? 09- Genesis, How old is the earth? Carbon dating. 21- When did the Apostles receive the Holy Spirit Acts 20:22, John 20:22, Do the charismatic gifts for today? 27- Flat earth. 37- Are we in the millennium, 1 Thes 4:13-18, 2 Peter 3:10. 46- Isaiah 11:6-9, The lion and the lamb. 55- Carnal Christians. MSL: May, 12 2023 ==> Subscribe to the CARM YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/carmvideos ==> Subscribe to the Matt Slick YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/mattslick ==> CARM on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Carm.org ==> Visit the CARM Website: https://carm.org ==> Donate to CARM: https://carm.org/about/partner-with-carm/
Carbon dioxide is generally a bad thing when it comes to space travel. But what if you could harness it for good?
Investing in Regenerative Agriculture
Lauren Tucker is back on the podcast to talk about the first year of the ReNourish Studio, what she has learned and what she is doing differently with the second cohort, but also what she is observing in the space through her work in the almond project and, of course, the direction of the regeneration industry.---------------------------------------------------Join our Gumroad community, discover the tiers and benefits on www.gumroad.com/investinginregenag. Support our work:Share itGive a 5-star ratingBuy us a coffee… or a meal! www.Ko-fi.com/regenerativeagriculture----------------------------------------------------More about this episode on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/lauren-tucker-2.Find our video course on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/course.----------------------------------------------------The above references an opinion and is for information and educational purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice. Support the showFeedback, ideas, suggestions? - Twitter @KoenvanSeijen - Get in touch www.investinginregenerativeagriculture.comJoin our newsletter on www.eepurl.com/cxU33P! Support the showThanks for listening and sharing!
This week on AgweekTV, with the region's temperatures rising, the risk of flooding rises along with it. The proposed carbon pipeline continues to stir up controversy. A Minnesota farmer captures what life is really like on the farm and shares it with fans around the world. And the livestock at the University of Minnesota Crookston feel right at home, thanks to one special woman.
After water, concrete is the world's second most consumed material. It is the cornerstone of modern infrastructure. Its production accounts for 8% of global carbon dioxide emissions. The carbon dioxide is a result of chemical reactions in its manufacture and from the energy required to fuel the reactions. About half of the emissions associated with […]
The Situation with Michael Brown
If you let them out of jail early they kill. Woman in Phoenix killed by black man. Media ignores the story. Because it's black on white crime? A carbon neutral economy would cost at least $50 trillion and the Department of Energy can't give us the cost-benefit analysis of doing so. Murder rates are not higher in red states than blue states. That's an urban myth based on faulty analysis from the Third Wave group.
In the final episode of our Carbon Frontiers series, we welcome David Antonioli, CEO of Verra, back into the studio. SmarterMarkets™ host David Greely sits down with Antonioli to discuss how the VCM can grow and develop into mature markets and what Verra is doing to help make that happen.
SpaceX Explosion Damages Environment Around Launch Site Last Thursday, SpaceX's South Texas facility was awash in noise and fire, as crowds gathered in South Padre Island and Port Isabel to watch Starship's first orbital launch. It was the largest and most powerful rocket ever made, standing at around 400 feet tall. Four minutes into the launch, SpaceX detonated the rocket after the SuperHeavy booster failed to separate from the Starship as planned. The launch destroyed the company's launch pad, spreading concrete up to three quarters of a mile away. Cameras left by YouTubers were either knocked down or destroyed in the rumble, along with some of the fence surrounding the launch pad's road-facing property. To read the rest, visit sciencefriday.com. The Private Space Race Takes A Toll On Planet Earth After the SpaceX explosion last month, debris wasn't the only thing on the minds of Science Friday listeners. The following messages arrived in our inbox after we reported on 3-D printed rockets in March. It was interesting to hear you discuss 7 space launches in 5 days, and then just moments later the fact that we're not on track to reduce carbon emissions. My understanding is that rocket launches release huge amounts of carbon and other greenhouse gases. Story idea?—@RevBobIerien, Twitter Also regarding the 3-D rockets there wasn't any concern made for space pollution was there? I may have tuned out unhappily before the end. —Juanita H, email How much carbon do rockets contribute to global warming? —Robert C, email Very disappointing to hear the report of new “cheaper” 3D-printed rockets are available so that, like fast food pods and big gulps, we can now drop even more cheap **** into the ocean. And, *immediately* following a story about the new report on climate change, what exactly is the carbon footprint resulting from the ability of more people to more cheaply fire rockets into space? —David M, email Carbon isn't the big pollutant that comes from spaceflight, says Dr. Eloise Marais, associate professor in physical geography at University College London. Instead, black carbon or soot particles are generated and released directly into the atmosphere, alongside reactive nitrogen and nitrogen oxides. Dr. Marais joins Ira to talk about how much of an impact increased rocket launches could have on the atmosphere, and how that compares to the auto industry. How To Combat The Antibiotic Resistance Crisis For years scientists have been ringing alarm bells about a global antibiotic resistance crisis. Now hospitals and healthcare facilities face the consequences: In the United States, there are 2.8 million antimicrobial-resistant infections every year, and more than 35,000 people die from these infections. Bacteria naturally try to outsmart the drugs designed to kill them, which causes treatments to become ineffective over time. While new antibiotics are made to respond to these resistant strains, the bacteria continue to evolve—creating a constant, and costly, cycle. There's a number of added factors driving the crisis, including antibiotic use in livestock and the general overprescription of antibiotics. About 1 in 3 antibiotic prescriptions in outpatient settings like urgent care or emergency departments are unnecessary. Scientists are struggling to keep up with the need to replace antibiotics that no longer work. It's a never ending game of catch up. Ira discusses some of the possible solutions to this vexing problem and takes listener questions with Dr. Victor Nizet, faculty lead of the Collaborative to Halt Antibiotic-Resistant Microbes at the University of California San Diego and Dr. Eddie Stenehjem, executive vice chair of medicine at the University of Colorado. Are Phages A New Page In Medicine? One of the many possible solutions to the global antibiotic resistance crisis is an old idea that's new again—bacteriophages, or phages for short. Phages are viruses that exist solely to kill bacteria and are abundant in nature. While scientists first discovered phages' ability to treat bacterial infections about a century ago, there's been little interest in turning them into a treatment for patients with antibiotic resistant infections—until recently. Ira talks with Dr. Graham Hatfull, professor of biotechnology at the University of Pittsburgh about the latest in phage science. Transcripts for each segment will be available the week after the show airs on sciencefriday.com.
Amogy is solving the conundrum of hydrogen as a decarbonization solution. Skeptics abound who cite hydrogen's lack of energy density and notorious transport difficulty. To really cut emissions in long-haul transportation, we need an energy dense solution that doesn't forgo existing infrastructure. Enter ammonia, and more specifically, @Amogy. Listen in to CEO and Co-Founder @Seonghoon Woo as he explains the company's origin story and how they are solving the problem of heavy-transport decarbonization by using a two-hundred year old chemical to power hydrogen electrolysis for a zero-emission solution.Brought to you by Chevron Renewable Energy Group. To learn more, click here: https://www.regi.com/products/endura-fuelsFollow the Net-Zero Carbon PodcastOther FreightWaves Shows
To prevent global warming, we need to drastically reduce pollution. After that, we need to trap as much excess carbon dioxide from the air as possible. Enter Orca, the world's first large-scale direct air capture and storage plant, built in Iceland by the team at Climeworks, led by climate entrepreneur Jan Wurzbacher. With affordability and scalability in mind, Wurzbacher shares his vision for what comes after Orca, the future of carbon removal tech -- and why these innovations are crucial to stop climate change. After the talk, Sherrell shares examples of trailblazing companies and researchers that are supporting the shift towards less pollution by using tech to turn CO2 into soil nutrients and make eco-friendly gasoline.
Carbon neutral. Its a common phrase related to climate change debates in political circles. The Biden Administration set a goal of carbon neutrality by 2050. The Deputy Secretary of the US Energy Department was being questioned by a US Senate committee panel about the 2050 carbon neutrality policy and the questions were coming from Republican Louisiana Senator, John Kennedy. KVI's John Carlson listens to the revealing exchange between the two.
Podcast – Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
In this podcast, David Ledesma engages in a conversation with Alex Patonia and Rahmat Poudineh on their recent paper focusing on hydrogen storage for a net-zero carbon future. The podcast delves into the various types of hydrogen storage options, highlighting their relative strengths and drawbacks. In order for a hydrogen economy to be established, several […] The post OIES Podcast – Hydrogen Storage for a net-zero carbon future appeared first on Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.
Howard Gunstock Carbon Kapture Launch Carbon Kapture has launched. In our weekend show, I explored how we take that dream and make it a reality. It brought to mind a past guest Howard Gunstock who is doing just that. Our show is a follow-on programme, a chance to catch up with this fantastic project. It has been six years since Howard's life was turned upside down; you can find the story in his original podcast. The potted version was that in the space of months, all of Howard's close relationships ended or changed, leaving him empty and believing his life had become meaningless. It was at that point that he heard Greta Thunberg speak at Davos. It was a road to road to Damascus moment, and three years on we stand at the start of a project that can potentially change the world. Carbon Kapture is a project that will support rural areas by providing sustainable work and growing seaweed to improve the local ecology. The seaweed, once removed, will be processed and the carbon safely sequestered. This show explores the ups and downs of bringing something new into reality. Check out the new project and maybe buy some rope at https://CarbonKapture.com Further details about this podcast along with my Guest's website and social links are all available at: https://lifepassionandbusiness.com/howard-gunstock-carbon-kapture-the-launch/ Life Passion & Business is dedicated to exploring what it takes to be Extraordinary, to face challenges and rejoice in the opportunities they bring, and expand our vision into new ways of thinking and living. There is a lot to gain from listening to other people's stories, however the real work begins by taking action in your own life. For full details of Events, Resources and Services visit: www.lifepassionandbusiness.com
Lasers in space may sound like something out of Star Wars, but NASA's GEDI uses lasers to study the carbon cycle.
Science LIVE with Roger Billings
May 3, 2023: Carbon & Chemical Reactions
Increasing levels of CO2 in our atmosphere are a big cause for concern. So what if we could find a way to not only remove some CO2 from the air, but turn it into something useful too? That's exactly what Dr Tiancun Xiao and his team have been working on...and they've found a way to turn CO2 into jet fuel!
Peggy Smedley and Tapio Vehmas, CEO, Carbonaide, talk about reducing CO2 emissions in the concrete industry. He says if you want to make carbon negative concrete you need some kind of precast concrete manufacturing line, then you need to combine Carbonaide technology into that precast construction line. They also discuss: The driving factor for this technology and process. New seed funding from concrete companies. How this will impact the manufacturing industry. carbonaide.com (5/2/23 - 820) IoT, Internet of Things, Peggy Smedley, artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, digital transformation, cybersecurity, blockchain, 5G, cloud, sustainability, future of work, podcast, Tapio Vehmas, Carbonaide This episode is available on all major streaming platforms. If you enjoyed this segment, please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts.
Are you aware of the critical role soil plays in the battle against climate change? But 75% of soil is already degraded from unsustainable farming practices...so earth's “living skin” is suffering from a “diet problem,” we are feeding it the wrong menu. In a world of growing political tensions, can the US and China work together to restore this balance? Guests (in order of appearance): Rattan Lal, Ohio State UniversityKevin Mo, iGDP ChinaJessica D'Ambrosio, The Nature ConservancyFan Mingsheng, Chinese Academy of Agricultural SciencesProduction credits:Executive Producer: Marcy Trent LongCo-Host and Producer: Chermaine LeeAssociate Producers: Sam LiXiaoYu, Zack Chiang, Lara-Nour WaltonMusic Composition: Cole Chiu Contributing Editor: Jill BaxterIntro/outro music: Alex MauboussinSign up to find out when new Sustainable Asia seasons are launchedResources:This podcast series is part of a Wilson Center China Environment Forum and Ohio State University initiative called Cultivating U.S. and Chinese Climate Leadership on Food and Agriculture that explores the actions both these “food superpowers” are taking to reign in agri-food greenhouse gas emissions and identifies potential areas of mutual learning and collaborationBlogs from the China Environment Forum:Soil's Key Role in Fighting Climate Change in U.S. and Chinese Agriculture: The Wisdom of Dr. Rattan LalMilking the Dairy Industry for Lower Greenhouse Gas Emissions in ChinaRice: A Recipe for Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the U. S. and China?The Forgotten Greenhouse Gas: Nitrous Oxide as an Issue for U.S. and Chinese AgricultureFarming Our Future Carbon Neutral Agriculture in the US and ChinaChina Environment Forum Webinars:The Blue Planet Turns Green: Algae Fouls Waters as the World Struggles to Grow More Food in a Changing ClimateOpportunities for Enhanced Near-term U.S.-China Climate Action: The Food SystemDigging into Soil for Food Security and Climate: A Green Tea Chat With Rattan Lal, 2020 World Food Prize WinnerMapping China's Pathway to a Carbon-neutral Food SystemClimate Action Down on the Farm: Food and Climate Nexus Opportunities in China and the US
The Green Building Matters Podcast with Charlie Cichetti
Grace Kwok has over 23 years' experiences in sustainable design and green building projects in Hong Kong, China and across Asia-Pacific, she has led the AEC group to set up a robust sustainability governance structure and is committed to promoting sustainability from the inside out. The Group committed to ambitious sustainability commitments, including Science-Based Target and Net Zero Carbon Operation by 2030, and is a Signatory for the Business for Ambition for 1.5°C campaign organized by SBTi and UNGC. Also, took the lead to uphold sustainability standards by conducting climate risk assessments using TCFD framework and adopting GRI Standards in its annual ESG reports. AEC Group has obtained many awards for its sustainability governance and ESG initiatives, including Honorable Mention Award in the Hong Kong Corporate Governance Excellence Awards 2020 and Grand Award in the Hong Kong Sustainability Award 2020/21. In support of World GBC's net-zero built environment agenda, AEC Group has joined the ranks of WorldGBC Asia Pacific Net Zero Collaborators in 2021. Driven by a vision to shape a sustainable future, Grace is dedicated to work with the building and construction sector to build climate resilience and accelerate net-zero transition. She had played a key role in encouraging the early adoption of green building rating systems and worked on the earliest batch of HK-BEAM and LEED projects in Hong Kong. Grace had also been facilitating the localization of international green building and sustainable infrastructure rating tools, including BREEAM and CEEQUAL. In recent years, she created a stronger momentum for the green building movement with ESG and green finance as drivers and leveraged her expertise in corporate sustainability to promote sustainable real estate from fund and developers' group to project levels. With an environmental engineering background, Grace is a keen advocate of regenerative sustainability for the built environment. She is often invited to share her insights at local, regional and global conferences, including Internoise 2017, USGBC Greenbuild China 2019, International Symposium on Regional Air Quality Management in Rapidly Development Economic Regions 2020, APEC Workshop Training on Retro-commissioning 2021 and BREEAM Summit 2022, etc. She was recently selected to join GRESB Real Estate Standard Committee to develop ESG standard for sustainable real estate and has been appointed to join major government committees to advise on matters related to sustainable development, environmental conservation as well as innovation and technology. Show Highlights Raising the bar to manage stringent building and energy codes in the Hong Kong region. Driving new industry standards and creating alternative solutions to the problems the industry is facing. Understanding the local and international standards in the finance sector to achieve a green classification. Driving green capital in the real estate sector by finding common language. Speeding up different initiatives like the quality of life category in how you present them to a client. Solving challenging problems for clients with alternative solutions shape industry standards. Working more on sustainable infrastructure to go beyond building. The city's programs need to align with the sustainable development goals. Carbon management and climate resilience tips. “Green building is very dynamic and it's got a changing landscape. Explore more about all the areas related to the green building movement. It's not only about buildings, it's about the people in the built environment as well. When we are working on a project we always remind ourselves so that we won't lose the focus, not just in the number or the modeling. Lastly, encouragement. When we're working on a green building project, you can expect it (the building) will stay there for a long time. You need to consider the whole life cycle of the building. It could become a legacy because it is going to be standing there for 50, 60 years.” -Grace Kwok Get the episode transcript here!! Show Resource and Information Linkedin Company Profile – AEC Nature, Space, Science & More | BBC Earth Blue-planet Connect with Charlie Cichetti and GBES Charlie on LinkedIn Green Building Educational Services GBES on Twitter Connect on LinkedIn Like on Facebook Google+ GBES Pinterest Pins GBES on Instagram GBES is excited our membership community is growing. Consider joining our membership community as members are given access to some of the guests on the podcasts that you can ask project questions. If you are preparing for an exam, there will be more assurance that you will pass your next exam, you will be given cliff notes if you are a member, and so much more. 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Recently, researchers from the University of Utah and UC Santa Barbara worked together on a study to assess how climate factors can affect U.S. forests' ability to store carbon dioxide. KCSB's Elle Viefhaus sits down with co-author and UCSB Geography Professor, Anna Trugman, to discuss the study's findings.
Carbon dioxide removal technologies, or CDR for short, are controversial because some people believe they are delaying the inevitable. But are they a positive way to reduce global warming while fossil fuel companies can continue their current output? John Gibbons, Environmental journalist joined Sean to discuss...
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Del Ficke of Ficke Cattle Company and co-founder of the Graze Master Group took time to visit with longtime friend Larry Hafer, Director of Agoro Carbon U.S. about agriculture's incredible potential. The duo is super pumped about the Graze Master Group's exciting event coming up June 28-29: “Historic Roots for Agriculture's Future” at Harvest Hall in Seward, Neb. You can find the complete agenda and registration here:www.grazemastergroup.com/events We are more than happy to also take registrations by phone. Give us a call at: Kerry Hoffschneider at 402-363-8963 or Del Ficke at 402-499-0329. You won't want to miss these old friends reminiscing and talking about the positive future they see for the industry they love. Learn more about the Graze Master Group and Agoro Carbon connection here: agorocarbonalliance.com/agoro-carbon-graze-master/.--Thank you for listening!Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe.HOST: Kerry HoffschneiderGUESTS: Del Ficke, Graze Master Group & Larry Hafer, Agoro Carbon--CREDITS:Mitchell Roush, ProducerBibi Luevano, Cover ArtPurple Planet Music, Theme
The Power Markets have been created thirty years ago to respond to the Energy Deregulation drive. They have recently faced crisis, such as the Ukraine Russia war or storm Yuri in Texas, with power prices going crazy and creating a lot of financial distresses for certain producers and consumers.Meanwhile, we see the development of renewables that increase the volatility and remove the traditional reference to marginal pricing linked to fossil fuels. How to characterise the problems?Do power markets need a reform or a revolution? How can flexibility be bolstered? Can a fossil-fuel free system still deliver a marginal price? Are governments too heavy handed?All those questions are put together and debated with our guest Stephen Woodhouse, Director, AFRY Management Consulting. Stephen has 25 years' experience in the electricity business and has headed AFRY's global work on energy market design for many years and is internationally recognised as an expert in energy market reform and the energy transition. AFRY Management Consulting is a leading advisor for the transitions of the energy, bioindustry, infrastructure, industrial and future mobility sectors.Conclusion: let's only touch the power markets with “fear and trembling” We thank our partners from Aquila Capital for supporting out show
Recent research, entitled The Future of Consumption in an 1.5°C World, carried out by the University of Leeds, C40 Cities and Arup, powerfully shows that the world's comfortably off need to do the most to reduce the world's carbon emissions and need to reduce the impacts of their consumption by two thirds by 2030. But this will only happen if it feels like a move towards something rather than being dragged away from something irreplaceable, if it feels thrilling, like something that spreads and becomes contagious. And, perhaps most importantly, if everyone can see that it is improving, rather than impoverishing, peoples' lives and experience. So what might a real push to support people in reducing their individual and household carbon emissions look like? My two guests this week are Dr. Vanessa Timmer, Executive Director of OneEarth Living, a Vancouver-based nonprofit ‘think and do tank' advancing sustainable everyday living around the world, and Tom Bailey, one of the co-creators of Take the Jump, a new and fast growing grassroots climate movement. As you'll hear, they have both been giving this a lot of thought.
In this episode, we have Ben Christensen, the founder of Cambium Carbon which exists to reimagine the supply chain for wood and wood products. Cambium Carbon saves fallen trees from landfills and decomposition, transforming them into valuable products with place-based impact.The size and scope of the problem they are seeking to solve is extraordinary and it's likely a problem you never knew existed. Cambium Carbon is here to solve it with their circular economy model that creates new green jobs and funding to support urban canopy restoration in the communities that need it most.Click here to get your FREE copy of the Imagine a Place journalFollow Imagine a Place on LinkedInConnect with Doug Shapiro on LinkedIn
We continue our Carbon Frontiers series this week with John Dowd. John is the CEO of GoGreen Investments, a Special Purpose Acquisition Company helping private companies working on solutions to climate change raise funds on Wall Street. Before joining GoGreen, John managed multi-billion dollar portfolios at Fidelity Investments and co-led the Fidelity Energy Research Team. SmarterMarkets™ host David Greely sits down with John to discuss how to successfully and responsibly invest in the energy transition. David and John also explore GoGreen's investment in mining the battery metals needed to decarbonize our energy system.
This week's DeFi Download Podcast features Juan-David Mendieta, co-founder of Keyrock. Piers Ridyard and Juan-David discuss Keyrock's market-making services and the potential of DeFi to create a more equitable and accessible financial system.SummaryKeyrock is a market maker that facilitates the adoption of tokenized economies. It trades on over 85 exchanges and in 500 markets, with a trading volume of billions of dollars. Juan David Mendieta is Keyrock's co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer.Key takeawaysJuan-David questions the traditional economic model and how it relates to Bitcoin, suggesting that Bitcoin could be a viable alternative to the traditional economic model.Piers and Juan-David discuss the differences between a store of value and fiat currency, as well as the impact of a deflationary asset such as Bitcoin on debt and interest rates.Because rising asset values might result in higher interest rates, the deflationary nature of Bitcoin can have an impact on debt.Juan-David suggests that in the future, we could live in a world where all value is held in digital assets, and we would no longer need a separate exchange asset. He uses an example of headphones with an NFT (non-fungible token) to illustrate how this could work.Chapters[01:14] The source of Juan-David's passion for cryptocurrency[02:51] The unique perspective of a central banker on Bitcoin's potential value[05:30] Differences between fiat currency and store of value: impact on debt and interest rates in a Bitcoin-based hard money system[08:55] Piers' thoughts on Juan-David's thesis that all value can be held in digital assets without the need for a separate exchange asset and blockchain's potential to facilitate value exchange with a time component[12:55] Piers and Juan-David discuss a universal method for exchanging cryptocurrency, mentioning Bancor's ICO and expressing admiration for Carbon, an AMM developed by Bancor DAO contributors.[14:35] Juan-David's idea that everything has a value and can be traded for everything else — Keyrock's role and thoughts on the current and future importance of token liquidity and market making[19:37] The differences between market making and the Uniswap model — When should a project move from a bootstrap liquidity model to a market maker?[25:54] The Keyrock DeFi team and its unique approach to market making, focusing on both centralised and decentralised exchanges[28:48] The Keyrock team's research findings on up-and-coming DeFi companies, specifically GMX [32:52] The GMX protocol for advanced capital providers allows for selective positioning and efficient price discovery.[35:13] Upcoming developments in the DeFi space, such as Carbon[37:41] The potential of derivatives on decentralised exchanges: incorporating pricing models into derivatives[41:43] How projects looking for a market maker can get in touch with KeyrockFurther resourcesWebsite: keyrock.eu Twitter: @KeyrockTradingJuan-David's Twitter: @JuanDMendietaLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/keyrock/
Some members of the steel industry, which is known for being carbon-intensive, are looking toward cleaner primary steel production pathways to cut down on carbon emissions. One avenue is the production of “green steel,” which uses hydrogen instead of fossil fuels in the iron ore smelting process. Energy Evolution correspondents Camellia Moors and Camilla Naschert spoke with Chathu Gamage, a manager in the Climate-Aligned Industries Program at RMI, and Kajsa Ryttberg-Wallgren, head of hydrogen at H2 Green Steel, about the green steel production process and how views about the product are changing in response to the energy transition. Energy Evolution co-hosts Dan Testa and Taylor Kuykendall are veteran journalists with broad expertise covering the energy and mining sectors. Subscribe to Energy Evolution on your favorite platform to catch our latest episodes!
Data-driven decision-making is the law of the land in freight and logistics. Shippers always know their costs, transit times, and tradeoffs. But as we enter another variable into the equation, how can freight buyers and sellers have confidence in measuring their carbon footprint? And once it's known, how can it be managed and operationalized? Today's guest knows the answers and is a supply chain sustainability leader. Priya Rajagopalan, Chief Product Officer at FourKites and Board Member of Brambles, joins the show to discuss the latest sustainability product announcements from FourKites. Tyler and Priya discuss the value of programs like EPA SmartWay and the benefits of enhanced carbon accounting utilizing primary data. Their conversation also touches on the importance of software solutions to serve up sustainability metrics alongside traditional KPIs to facilitate transactional decision-making for shippers. FourKites is a Chicago-based technology company providing real-time, end-to-end supply chain visibility solutions that maximize agility, efficiency and collaboration across the entire logistics industry. https://www.fourkites.com Priya LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rajagopalanpriya/Follow the Net-Zero Carbon PodcastOther FreightWaves Shows
Today you'll learn about how our genes can predict how many kids we'll have, how scientists have created a new method of sucking up CO2 from the atmosphere, and how a baby mouse was born from two biologically male mice! Genetic Fertility“Genetic variants influencing human fertility identified - new research.” n.a. 2023.https://www.ox.ac.uk/news/2023-03-02-genetic-variants-influencing-human-fertility-identified-new-research“Genome-wide analysis identifies genetic effects on reproductive success and ongoing natural selection at the FADS locus.” By Mathieson, et al. 2023.https://www.nature.com/articles/s41562-023-01528-6“The challenge of detecting recent natural selection in human populations.” by Mills & Mathieson. 2022.https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.2203237119CO2 Suck Up“Climate change: New idea for sucking up CO2 from air shows promise.” By Matt McGrath. 2023.https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-64886116“Carbon capture: What is it and how does it fight climate change?” by Jonah Fisher. 2023.https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-64723497“Direct air capture (DAC) and sequestration of CO2: Dramatic effect of coordinated Cu(ll) onto a chelating weak base ion exchanger.” by Hao Chen, et al. 2023.https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/sciadv.adg1956“How much is a ton of carbon dioxide?” by Kathryn Tso. 2020.https://climate.mit.edu/ask-mit/how-much-ton-carbon-dioxide2 Dad Mice“The mice with two dads: scientists create eggs from male cells” by Heidi Ledford & Max Kozlovhttps://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-023-00717-7“Healthy mice from same-sex parents have their own pups” by Jeremy Rehmhttps://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-018-0699Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to get smarter with Calli and Nate — for free! Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers.Find episode transcripts here:https://curiosity-daily-4e53644e.simplecast.com/episodes/genetic-fertility-co2-suck-up-2-dad-mice
Episode SummaryThis episode we are joined by Daphne Preuss, the founder and CEO of CarbonBook, on an inspiring journey to make the world a greener place. As an experienced entrepreneur and sustainability advocate, she shares valuable insights on reducing carbon emissions in the vertical farming space. Discover the secrets of sustainable agriculture, learn how to manage carbon footprints, and explore the opportunities available in this growing industry. From understanding soil health to rethinking fertilizer use, Daphne offers detailed guidance on making vertical farming more environmentally friendly. Tune in to hear her inspiring story and find out how you can get involved in creating a more sustainable future.Thanks to Our SponsorsCultivatd – https://cultivatd.com/Indoor AgCon '22 - https://indoor.ag/Use promo code 'VFP' to receive 20% your registrationKey TakeawaysLearn about Daphne's passion for sustainable agriculture and reducing carbon emissionsDiscover how CarbonBook helps farmers measure and report on their carbon footprint, and how it can benefit the vertical farming industryExplore Daphne's entrepreneurial background and successes in agriculture, AI, and softwareGain insights into the importance of reducing carbon emissions in the vertical farming space, and how the industry can take a leadership role in sustainabilityUnderstand the recent advances in research on soil health and fertilizer use, and their impact on carbon captureFind out how consumers may compare vertical farming to traditional outdoor farming in terms of carbon emissions when making purchasing decisionsLearn about CarbonBook's breakthroughs in the indoor farming space, as well as their partnerships and accoladesDiscover Daphne's advice for scientists in the vertical farming community to not be intimidated by the business world, and how they have all the skills needed to succeedTweetable Quotes“Since the journey of finding my own business, I've also found it really interesting and exciting to help other entrepreneurs who are going through that same process.”“I often say it's really rewarding to help new founders avoid the mistakes I made over the years. The first time you do something, it's always a learning experience.”“I would say that early on there was huge exuberance for indoor farming, vertical farming especially. Lots of money being thrown at it. I think as it's matured now, we've seen some of those businesses operate successfully and some of them really struggle. So today reality is hitting people in the face.”Resources MentionedDaphne's Website - https://www.carbonbookinc.comDaphne's Linkedin - linkedin.com/in/daphne-preuss-26031bDaphne's Email - email@example.comConnect With UsVFP - LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/verticalfarmingpodcastVFP Twitter - https://twitter.com/VerticalFarmPodVFP Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/direct/inbox/VFP Facebook -
The environmental law charity ClientEarth and 13 other groups headed into a Flemish court this week in an effort to stop Ineos building a petrochemical plant that would be the biggest project of its kind in Europe for 30 years. Madeleine Finlay hears from correspondent Sandra Laville about how plastics are made, the environmental and health impacts of the process and what needs to be done to get a handle on plastic pollution. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/sciencepod
Aboveground nuclear weapons testing in the 1950s and '60s has exposed every living thing on Earth to harmful radiation -- but has also made dating the remains of living things much more accurate. Learn more in this episode of BrainStuff, based on this article: https://science.howstuffworks.com/nuclear-tests-bomb-pulse.htmSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Are We Doomed? And other burning environmental questions.
Scientists estimate up to a third of human-caused carbon dioxide emissions are stored in the ocean, and humpbacks are doing their part.
Can you make something invisible? Neil deGrasse Tyson and comedian Negin Farsad discover the science behind invisibility with professor of physics and optical science, Greg Gbur. What would real-life invisibility look like?NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can listen to this entire episode commercial-free.Thanks to our PatronsDan, Nick Taylor, Beth Fitzpatrick, Jim, Laura Gilsman, and Gregory Greenwood for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: Kelvinsong, CC0, via Wikimedia Commons
An Explosive End For A Massive Rocket This week, SpaceX attempted the first uncrewed orbital test flight of its massive Super Heavy rocket topped with an experimental crew capsule known as Starship. After one aborted launch earlier in the week, the huge rocket successfully lifted off Thursday morning—but minutes later, the Starship component failed to separate from the Super Heavy booster, and the combined rocket stack exploded. While a setback for the team, SpaceX head Elon Musk said that a lot had been learned from the flight, and another test launch would take place in several months. Purbita Saha, senior editor at Popular Science, joins SciFri's John Dankosky to talk about the launch and other stories from the week in science, including an Earth Day look at water conservation issues across the country and the materials science of Maya plaster. Plus, you can now listen to Science Friday's new arts podcast, Universe of Art. SciFri producer and Universe of Art host D Peterschmidt joins John to give a sneak peak of some of the episodes. Dismantling Myths About Menstruation Saying the phrase “menstrual blood” or or the word “period” can feel almost dirty. That's because in the western world, people with periods are taught not to discuss this exceedingly normal biological process. Half the world will menstruate at some point in their lives, and yet menstruation remains exceedingly under-studied. Biological anthropologist Kate Clancy dug into the history of menstruation research, and the myriad misconceptions about it, while working on her book “Period: The Real Story of Menstruation.” What she found was a lack of basic understanding of the biological process, from physicians and menstruators alike. Clancy speaks with guest host Maddie Sofia about the misconceptions of a “normal” menstrual cycle, and other persisting period myths. Fighting Climate Change With Genetically Modified Trees Vince Stanley has a saying, which he holds as true in a commercial forest as on a row crop farm: Every acre has a plan. In a wetland he owns in Tattnall County, about 70 miles west of Savannah, downhill from an orderly grove of predictably profitable loblolly pines, he is trying out something new. “Now, look at this guy right here,” Stanley said, pointing out what looked more like a stick in the mud compared to the tupelos growing a few yards away in the deeper water. This stick, surrounded by pin flags and planted about six feet away from its sister, had signs of new life: dark green leaves. “That's impressive,” Stanley said. And the germ of the new plan for these acres, is something that, until now, Stanley said he didn't really have. “We're just leaving this up to Mother Nature,” he said. “So now with Living Carbon, we've gone to Option B.” This nascent tree and 10,499 others are at the heart of Option B, what might be the first effort of its kind in the nation: genetically engineered trees planted in a forest. What's more, these trees are for sale. Read the rest at sciencefriday.com. All You Need To Know About Anesthesia If you've ever had surgery, you've probably wondered about how anesthesia works, or maybe even lied awake at night anxious about going under. If you've ever been there, I'm sure you remember: Right before surgery, you get rolled into the operating room. The anesthesiologist tells you to start counting down from 10. The next thing you know, you're awake in the recovery room and you don't remember anything that just happened to you. How exactly did anesthesiologists manage to get you safely into that state and back out again? Guest host John Dankosky talks with Dr. Louise Sun, professor of anesthesiology, perioperative and pain medicine at Stanford University Health and Dr. Gunisha Kaur, anesthesiologist, director of the Human Rights Impact Lab, and medical director of Weill Cornell Center for Human Rights at Weill Cornell Medicine about the basics of how anesthesia works.
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He is a coach, conscious entrepreneur, alpha chi teacher, and energy healer. In parallel to a successful international business career he constantly worked through blockages and barriers that prevented him from truly connecting with his true self. With that, he started to also see energy fields and developed his unique skills as a healer. His core competency is to transform energetic blockages and to open hidden treasures within one's self. He understands how it is to have forgotten who we are, why we are here, and how blocked we can be in regard to remembering and accessing our true inner nature, power, and consciousness. His passion is to help others free their potential and to help spread “tools” in the world that can act as a bridge for humans on the path to fully unlocking the access to our full consciousness, e.g., Carbon 60 as well as quantum and frequency