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Maintenant, vous savez
[LES 10 MOTS QUI ONT MARQUÉ 2022] Qu'est-ce que l'affaire Uber Files ?

Maintenant, vous savez

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 4:51


"Maintenant, vous savez", c'est le podcast quotidien de Bababam, qui donne les clés essentielles pour savoir vraiment ce qui se cache derrière les mots, sigles, concepts qui font notre actualité. Cette semaine, retour sur les 10 mots qui ont marqué l'année. De l'affaire des "Uber Files" au phénomène de la shrinkflation, en passant par l'expression "Sixième République", (re)découvrez ces mots qui résument à eux seuls toute notre année 2022. Vous êtes probablement déjà monté en voiture avec un chauffeur Uber de la célèbre société de VTC, ou véhicule de transport avec chauffeur. Le dimanche 11 juillet 2022, le journal d'investigation Le Monde avec le Consortium international des journalistes publiait une enquête colossale à charge contre l'entreprise Uber. Elle montre comment entre 2014 et 2016, Emmanuel Macron a œuvré en coulisse pour accueillir la société de VTC sur le territoire français, au détriment de la loi. Comment l'affaire a-t-elle éclaté ? Et quel est le rôle d'Emmanuel Macron selon les journalistes ? Que découvre-t-on d'autre dans cette enquête ? Ecoutez la suite de cet épisode de "Maintenant vous savez". Un podcast écrit et réalisé par Johanna Cincinatis  A écouter aussi : Comment obtenir des places pour les Jeux Olympiques 2024 ? Comment l'association Act Up a-t-elle changé le regard sur le SIDA ? Qu'est-ce que la phobie sociale ? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

North American Ag Spotlight
Monarch Tractor: The World's First 100% Electric, Driver-Optional, Intelligent Tractor

North American Ag Spotlight

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 28:56


In this week's North American Ag Spotlight Chrissy Wozniak speaks with co-founder and president of Monarch Tractor, Mark Schwager. Mark shares more about the world's first 100% electric, driver-optional, intelligent tractor, and about being Awarded California Energy Commission Grant for “Vehicle-to-Building Technologies for Resilient Backup Power".Mark has over a decade of experience leading manufacturing organizations and has developed over 16 million square feet of manufacturing space. Mark previously served as head of the Tesla Gigafactory, leading the project from concept phase to construction. He also led the operations planning team and built the business systems for Tesla's Fremont factory and led the manufacturing program for Tesla's collaboration with Toyota for the Rav4 EV.Released November 3, 2022 - SACRAMENTO, CA:Monarch Tractor and Farm Electrification Consortium Partners Awarded California Energy Commission Grant for “Vehicle-to-Building Technologies for Resilient Backup Power"Consortium, including Monarch Tractor, Gridtractor, Rhombus Energy Solutions, Current Ways, and Polaris Energy Services, will demonstrate On Farm Mobile Microgrids for intelligent bidirectional charging of electric tractors and support for critical electric loads during power outages  Monarch Tractor, maker of the industry's smartest, fully electric autonomous tractor, and its Farm Electrification Consortium partners have received a $3 million grant from the California Energy Commission (CEC) to accelerate electrification of agricultural equipment and demonstrate the ability of batteries in on-farm equipment to keep critical electrical loads running during power outages that are initiated with greater frequency due to wildfires. The consortium is comprised of Monarch Tractor, Gridtractor, Rhombus Energy Solutions, Current Ways, and Polaris Energy Services. "With grid shutdowns, hardworking farmers lose significant time, resources and money in a business where America's growers already struggle to see the profits of their hard labor," says Praveen Penmetsa, CEO and co-founder of Monarch Tractor. "Our tractor's ability to provide exportable power and act as a mobile generator will help keep the lights on for California's farms even when the grid is down." In addition to emergency scenarios, the consortium will develop and demonstrate technology to enable farmers to employ tractors to respond to conditions on the power grid by charging and discharging batteries to supply irrigation pumps and other on-farm loads in response to dynamic prices and demand response events. The consortium will develop hardware, software and communications technologies to link tractors and charging equipment to fleet operation centers and grid management systems. "Farm equipment electrification can not only provide dramatic savings for growers but enable them to take control of their energy," says David Meyers, CEO of Gridtractor. "For the grid, agriculture is one sector in California with the electrical infrastructure already in place to support rapid EV adoption. With the backing of the CEC, this project will support building, deploying and testing the technologies required to take advantage of that opportunity."  Monarch Tractor's award-winning MK-V tractor is transforming agriculturSponsored by Tractors and Troubadours:Your weekly connection to agriculture industry newsmakers, hot-button industry issues, educational topics, rural lifestyle features and the best in true country music. Brought to you by Rural Strong Media.Listen now at https://ruralstrongmedia.com/tractors-and-troubadours/ Unconventional Ag is the industry source to discover how to differentiate products and processes and take advantage of emerging markets related to specialty oilseeds, grains, and their bi-products.Visit us at - https://agr.fyi/uag

Table Hops - Pairing Beer and Board Games
Netherdeep 15: The Heart of Despair

Table Hops - Pairing Beer and Board Games

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 164:43


The heroes deal with the Consortium of the Vermillion Dream who are guarding the ruidium sphere. Join us for our live Dungeons & Dragons streams Thursdays nights at 6pm EST on twitch.tv/tablehops --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tablehopspodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tablehopspodcast/support

BizNews Radio
Novick's exit from SAA bidding consortium: “We brought the skills, but were kept in the dark.”

BizNews Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 25:19


For many external observers, airline veteran Gidon Novick personified the best chance of a turnaround for teetering South African Airways and saving at least some of the billions injected by taxpayers. But the former CEO of Comair and co-founder of Lift this week announced his resignation as a director of the Takatso consortium which is negotiating to acquire 51% of SAA. Forthright as ever, Novick says his team brought airline expertise to the consortium and invested heavily over 18 months in compiling a project plan – but despite its 20% shareholding was “kept in the dark”. He spoke to Alec Hogg of BizNews. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Hopper in the Morning Show
Episode 902 - John Werner- Executive Director of Sequoias Adult Education Consortium

The Hopper in the Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 25:59


On today's episode we revisit our chat with John Werner, Director of Sequoias Adult Education Consortium. He talks about adult education for many reasons.

Fantastical Truth
138. What If the Government Made You Act Like An Android? | Aberration with Cathy McCrumb

Fantastical Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 44:50


In the Children of the Consortium series, one woman's broken nanotech implant helps her rediscover human connection.

Wednesday Breakfast
Co-operative worker owned organisations, Trans Pride March, Covid update, Objects and Resilience

Wednesday Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022


  7.00am            Acknowledgement of Country  7.02am            Update on the collapse of soft plastics recycling facility RedCycle and response of Australian Marine Conservation Society. 7.12am            Claudia speaks with Ana Aguirre, a co-founder and worker owner at Tazebaez co-operative which works closely with the famed Mondragon Cooperative Consortium in Spain's Basque country. The Consortium utilises democratic methods in corporate organisation and ownership. Ana speaks to us ahead of a panel discussion hybrid event being held today in Naarm 3-5pm, in person at RMIT FORWARD, 58 Cardigan St, Carlton - RMIT Building 55 Level 3 Room 3 and also online. Bookings at https://events.humanitix.com/building-the-social-economy-co-operatively-the-role-of-government-and-educators 7.38am            Jacob shares speeches from Victoria's first ever trans pride march held in Melbourne's CBD last Sunday. The event was organised by Sasja Sydek, Rebeckah Loveday, and Miss Katalyna and showcased a diverse range of speakers from all corners of the community. We hear speeches from mother-son duo Jay and Merrin Wake and Shinobi. 7.56am            Claudia speaks with Associate Professor Nicholas Wood, a vaccine specialist at the University of Sydney. He joins us to share the latest on the current Covid wave and whether our vaccines are equipped to deal with new strains of the virus. https://theconversation.com/previous-covid-infection-may-not-protect-you-from-the-new-subvariant-wave-are-you-due-for-a-booster-193292 8.13am            Claudia speaks to Dr Vivian Gerrand from the Centre for Resilience and Inclusive Societies, Deakin University about Objects for Everyday Resilience - a research project exploring the intersection of material objects and everyday resilience, particularly in relation to supporting mental and physical health during the pandemic. The call for objects is still open for submissions for all people over 16-years. See https://www.crisconsortium.org/objects-for-everyday-resilience The exhibition of Objects for Resilience runs Nov 21-25 at Deakin Downtown, Level 12, Tower 2, 727 Collins Street, Melbourne. For bookings and information go to https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/objects-for-everyday-resilience-exhibition-opening-tickets-444882384187 Music Dream Satisfaction by Panel of JudgesThis is Love by PJ Harvey    

Unlocking Your World of Creativity
Ian Ziskin + Collaborators, The Secret Sauce For Leading Transformational Change

Unlocking Your World of Creativity

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 42:32 Transcription Available


Welcome back friends to our podcast, unlocking your world of creativity, the podcast, where we talk about how to get inspired and how to organize our ideas. And most of all, how to gain the confidence and the connections to launch our creative work out and to the world. Today we've got a unique set of guests who are gonna talk to us about transformational change and creativity, and how to apply our creativity in whatever creative practitioners might be working on right now. They are Ian Ziskin and a panel of collaborators, Linda Naiman, Susan Robertson, Kelly Bean, and Karen Jaw-Madson. Ian leads a group called the consortium for change and has just published a book, The Secret Sauce For Leading Transformational Change The book is a collaborative effort by Ian and the Consortium for Change. Written by a diverse, and inclusive community of contributors and business experts, The Secret Sauce guides readers through navigating change on an individual, organizational, and societal level. Every essay is unique, ranging from deeply personal challenges like confronting a life-threatening cancer diagnosis to reimagining the organizational and societal impact of a world of work without jobs. Readers will learn concepts and techniques to engage the mind, navigate vulnerable moments, cultivate adaptive leadership, and much more. Linda Naiman is joining the fourth industrial revolution and going technical, designing, and producing an online on-demand course on creative resilience.Kelly Bean is the principal of parent strategy partners based in Charlottesville, Virginia, and has been working with organizations and universities on how to integrate learning into everything we do on a daily basis.Karen Jaw-Madson Has been primarily spending her time between executive coaching and consulting in leadership culture, diversity, talent optimization, and change. She has also been spending a lot of time teaching as well as advising and investing in the startup space and developing a research project at the intersection of DEI and culture.Susan Robertson is working on her third book, real Cultural Transformation To Change. She is doing a lot of executive coaching on how to get into the C-suite and has a special interest in working with culture change in the healthcare industry.We opened our discussion with what were some of the underpinnings that he began to explore when we cooked up the idea to put this book together.Those leaders who are actually successfully leading sustained transformational change why and what are they doing? The second question that we began to explore was a lot of situations where transformational change is not successful. Why do we so often fail? to touch on the broader concept of large-scale transformational change. We also dove into each author's sense of what transformational change was as they contributed to the book. We also started with a bit of a hypothesis or premise that we wanted to explore. Basically, the assumption that all transformation is changed, but is all changed transformationalLinda Naiman: transformation has to do with an evolved state where you go transform from unawareness to awareness or to higher awareness and to create an improved quality.Her contribution to the book has to do with using the arts as a catalyst for transformation in people, and in organizations. Kelly Bean: She says leaders have to be learners. And if you're a learner, you have every capability and possibility to be a leader. And so in order to do that, you have to practiceKaren Jaw-Madson: To be able to manage changes, you have to be good at change too. You have to be able to

Historical Perspectives on STEM
Susan Brandt on Women Healers: Gender, Authority and Medicine in Early Philadelphia

Historical Perspectives on STEM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 38:36


In this episode of Perspectives, we speak with Susan Brandt, author of Women Healers: Gender, Authority, and Medicine in Early Philadelphia. Drawing on extensive archival research in Consortium collections, Susan Brandt demonstrates that women of various classes and ethnicities in early Philadelphia found new sources of healing authority, engaged in the consumer medical marketplace, and resisted physicians' attempts to marginalize them. Brandt reveals that women healers participated actively in medical and scientific knowledge production and the transition to market capitalism. For additional resources on this topic and others, please see https://www.chstm.org .

Productive Disruption
Larry Jacobs | The American Consortium for Equity in Education

Productive Disruption

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 42:17


Welcome back to another episode of Productive Disruption! This week, we are joined by Larry Jacobs, the Founder and President of The American Consortium for Equity in Education (ACE-ED). According to the company's website, ACE-ED is the only multimedia platform and educational organization focusing exclusively on equity and access for every learner. Additionally, Larry is the host of Ed Talk Radio.

The Soft Serve Podcast
Alyssa Curran, Anna Martin, & Randy Gratton from the HEALing Communities Study: Ending the Opioid Overdose Epidemic.

The Soft Serve Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 111:14


Alyssa Curran is the Community Coordinator for Belchertown and Ware, Massachusetts, in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) HEALing Communities Study. A primary goal of the program is to reduce opioid overdose fatality by 40% over 3 years in urban and rural areas across four states, including MA. Alyssa is joined by Anna Martin and Randy Gratton, who are also working with the HEALing Communities Study. Learn more about the: https://HEALtogetherMA.org HEALing Communities Study: https://healingcommunitiesstudy.org/ The Consortium: https://wmtcinfo.org/ Instagram: @hcsbelchertownware  Facebook: @HCSBelchertownWare If you like our show, there's a few things you can do to help us out: Check out our website at https://www.softservepodcast.com! Subscribe to our podcast in your favorite app, download our episodes! Leave a 5-star Review on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-soft-serve-podcast/id1428770328 TELL A FRIEND about our show!

The Biggs & Barr Show
Ryan Reynolds Consortium | Folding Clothes | Are We Useless Now?

The Biggs & Barr Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 54:54


Ryan Reynolds Sens Suggestions | The Latest News Etc.. | Beavis & Butthead Drum Machine? | DUGY Don't Fold Clothes | OttaWHAT? | Are We Becoming More Useless? | Instant Answer Question Time | What Is Jason Barr Thinking? | DUGY Group Chat Buzz

Lessons in Adolescence
Lessons with Alexandra Usher & Dr. Alexander Seeskin, Part 2

Lessons in Adolescence

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 24:35


This episode features a conversation with Alex Usher and Alex Seeskin from the University of Chicago. Alex Usher is Associate Director for Data Research at the University of Chicago's To&Through Project and Senior Research Analyst for the UChicago Consortium on School Research. Alex Seeskin is Director of The To&Through Project, which is housed at the UChicago Urban Education Institute. UChicago's Consortium on School Research and the To&Through Project have been at the forefront of research into data that can determine whether students in elementary, middle and high school are on-track for on-time graduation and successfully transitioning into postsecondary options.In Part 2 of the conversation, Alex Usher, Alex Seeskin and Jason talk about the power of on-track indicators to show real-time trajectories of students; the two most critical thresholds across student grades and attendance that drive those trajectories; how educators can use these data to influence big picture school wide educational issues as well as interventions for individual students or specific groups of students; how think about moving the needle on student trajectories; and, what are some new research interests for the middle grades on the horizon.Additional Readings and ResourcesUniversity of Chicago To&Through ProjectMilestones Data ToolMiddle Grades Network“Elementary On-Track: Elementary School Students' Grades, Attendance, and Future Outcomes,” Alex Seeskin, Thomas Massion, and Alexandra Usher, University of Chicago Research Report, October 2022.Foundations for Young Adult Success: A Developmental Framework, Jenny Nagayoka, et al., University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research, June 2015.“The On-Track Indicator as a Predictor of High School Graduation,” Elaine Allensworth and John Q. Easton, University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research, 2005.Consortium on Chicago School ResearchNetwork for College SuccessChicago Public Schools

The Hopper in the Morning Show
Episode 895 - 11-7-22 - John Werner - Director of Sequoias Adult Education Consortium

The Hopper in the Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 29:57


On today's episode we chat with John Werner, Director of Sequoias Adult Education Consortium. He talks about adult education for many reasons.

Agri-Pulse Open Mic Interview
Errico Auricchio, Consortium of Common Food Names

Agri-Pulse Open Mic Interview

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 23:17


This week's Open Mic guest is Errico Auricchio, chairman of the Consortium of Common Food Names. The European Union has been successful in negotiating trade agreements that prevent producers of certain foods from selling in those markets unless they're produced by EU member countries. Auricchio brought his family's tradition of producing fine cheeses to the United States in the late 1970's. Now, Wisconsin-based BelGioioso cheese, vineyards and other food companies are seeing limited access to global markets because of the EU's GI claims. Auricchio and other members of the CCFN are urging Washington to step up efforts to maintain global opportunities for American food companies.

PlastChicks
Season 4 Episode 9 - Dr. Katrina Knauer, National Renewable Energy Laboratory and BOTTLE Consortium

PlastChicks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 46:39


PlastChicks Lynzie Nebel and Mercedes Landazuri with guest Dr. Katrina Knauer, Program Manager, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and CTO of the BOTTLE (Bio-Optimized Technologies to keep Thermoplastics out of Landfills and the Environment) Consortium discuss attaining your ideal job in your plastics career; Katrina's research into deconstructing plastics to get useful chemicals and building blocks out of the process -- pure and useful monomers -- without needing energy-intensive processes; and low-energy, tandem design of chemical and biological processes to convert highly contaminated mixed waste into high-value polymers used for a variety of biodegradable products.Find out more about the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NERL) and the BOTTLE™ Consortium.Watch the podcast at the SPE YouTube site.PlastChicks is sponsored by SPE-Inspiring Plastics Professionals and is posted the first Friday of every month.

Federal Drive with Tom Temin
The Sustainable Infrastructure, Resilience and Climate Consortium

Federal Drive with Tom Temin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 24:20


The U.S. Military Academy at West Point and the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations Energy and Environment have formed a partnership. Together they want to establish a new entit called, "The Sustainable Infrastructure, Resilience and Climate Consortium." Federal Drive host Tom Temin spoke about it with West Point assistant professor of mechanical engineering and deputy director of the center for innovation and engineering, Todd Davidson.

Lessons in Adolescence
Lessons with Alexandra Usher & Dr. Alexander Seeskin, Part 1

Lessons in Adolescence

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 22:16


This episode features a conversation with Alex Usher and Alex Seeskin from the University of Chicago. Alex Usher is Associate Director for Data Research at the University of Chicago's To&Through Project and Senior Research Analyst for the UChicago Consortium on School Research. Alex Seeskin is Director of The To&Through Project, which is housed at the UChicago Urban Education Institute. UChicago's Consortium on School Research and the To&Through Project have been at the forefront of research into data that can determine whether students in elementary, middle and high school are on-track for on-time graduation and successfully transitioning into postsecondary options.In Part 1 of the conversation, Alex Usher, Alex Seeskin and Jason talk about the To&Through Project and its unique partnership with Chicago Public Schools to access and analyze student data to understand performance, achievement and the educational experience; the underlying research behind on-track and early warning indicators; and, a new report from the University of Chicago that offers a research-based tool for middle grades educators to group students according to key factors that influence their long-term educational trajectories.Additional Readings and ResourcesUniversity of Chicago To&Through ProjectMilestones Data ToolMiddle Grades Network“Elementary On-Track: Elementary School Students' Grades, Attendance, and Future Outcomes,” Alex Seeskin, Thomas Massion, and Alexandra Usher, University of Chicago Research Report, October 2022.Foundations for Young Adult Success: A Developmental Framework, Jenny Nagayoka, et al., University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research, June 2015.“The On-Track Indicator as a Predictor of High School Graduation,” Elaine Allensworth and John Q. Easton, University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research, 2005.Consortium on Chicago School ResearchNetwork for College SuccessChicago Public Schools

Historical Perspectives on STEM
Rana Hogarth on the history of eugenics and the legacies of slavery

Historical Perspectives on STEM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 10:32


Rana Hogarth is Associate Professor in the Department of History at the University of Illinois and an NEH Fellow at the Consortium for History of Science, Technology and Medicine. Her research focuses on the medical and scientific constructions of race during the era of slavery and beyond. Professor Hogarth's first book, Medicalizing Blackness: Making Racial Difference in the Atlantic World, 1780-1840, examined how white physicians "medicalized" blackness—a term she uses to describe the process by which white physicians defined blackness as a medically significant marker of difference in slave societies of the American Atlantic. Her work can be found in numerous scholarly journals including the American Journal of Public Health, American Quarterly, and African and Black Diaspora. In this podcast, she describes her background and her research in Consortium collections. For more information and resources about his topic, and others, please see https://www.chstm.org To cite this podcast, please use footnote: Rana Hogarth, interview, Perspectives, Consortium for History of Science, Technology and Medicine, September 23, 2022, https://www.chstm.org/video/141

Practical Significance
Practical Significance | Episode 23: Get to Know COSSA!

Practical Significance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 24:33


Did you know the ASA is a member of the Consortium of Social Science Associations (COSSA), a nonprofit advocacy organization working to promote and advance the social and behavioral sciences in federal policymaking? COSSA member benefits are available to all ASA members. COSSA Executive Director Wendy Naus joins co-hosts Donna LaLonde and Ron Wasserstein for this month's edition of Practical Significance to discuss the consortium’s mission and initiatives and the impact of its work on ASA members. COSSA offers resources and events like webinars, training, and opportunities to engage with policymakers—which ... The post Practical Significance | Episode 23: Get to Know COSSA! first appeared on Amstat News.

The PR Week
The PR Week, 10.27.2022: Sophia Feleke, SourceCode Communications/Diversity Marketing Consortium

The PR Week

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 36:34


Sophia Feleka wears two hats as an account director at SourceCode Communications and a driving force behind the Diversity Marketing Consortium. She joins the latest edition of The PR Week to talk about the formation and work of the DMC, as well as the biggest marketing and communications news of the week. That includes: -Adidas splitting with Kanye West; -Holding company and major corporate quarterly earnings reports; -”Davos in the Desert;”-The McRib's farewell tour; -People moves at The Washington Post, Goldman Sachs and Chevron.  Follow us on Twitter: @PRWeekUSReceive the latest industry news, insights, and special reports. Start Your Free 1-Month Trial Subscription To PRWeek www.prweek.com

Data Protection Gumbo
164: The Future of LTO Tape Technology - HPE Storage Media

Data Protection Gumbo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 30:16


Patrick Mayock, Partner Development Manager at HPE Storage Media discusses the current and future state of LTO tape technology and addresses some of the biggest misconceptions about tape technology.

Cheat Codes: A Sickle Cell Podcast
A What Just Happened Episode of Cheat Codes with the Sickle Cell Consortium - Part 2

Cheat Codes: A Sickle Cell Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 60:23


Sharonda Sikes of the Sickle Cell Consortium will provide a recap of The Sickle Cell Warriors Convention with guests Dr. Lametra Scott, Dr. Simone Uwan and Francine Baker.   The Sickle Cell Warriors Convention is a national community gathering, created and organized entirely by sickle cell patients and caregivers.  Each year the Convention is hosted by a partnership of sickle cell CBOs, patients, caregivers and advisors, and is unique in that every session, presentation, panel and workgroup was chosen directly by the patient community to educate, empower and encourage ourselves and each other.    SHOW DESCRIPTION Cheat Codes is intended for patients, caregivers, providers, and the greater community of people who are impacted by Sickle Cell Disease.  Each episode, Cheat Codes strives to provide listeners with critical education, the latest scientific updates, and voices from the Sickle Cell community.     TRANSPARENCY STATEMENT Cheat Codes is made possible by Agios Pharmaceuticals Inc. Visit Agios.com to learn more. The following Agios-supported programs are intended for informational and educational purposes only and are not intended as medical advice. Please speak with your healthcare professional before making any treatment decisions. 

RESTalk
EP107 Learn more about the RESNET CO2e Index with David Goldstein and John Taylor

RESTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 33:07


Passion provides purpose, but data drives decisions Andy Dunn   What does CO2e mean?   What are the impacts of time and location on energy use and production?   How and why are we morphing from energy as a proxy for emissions?      We are joined on today's podcast by David Goldstein, Energy Co-Director at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and John Taylor, Deputy Director of The Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) to discuss a new tool that RESNET has underdevelopment: The CO2e Index   The RESNET CO2e Rating Index is among the first in the world to more accurately estimate emissions by accounting for the hour of the day and month of the year at which electricity is consumed. And it uses the incremental effect that the building has on usable renewable energy and fossil fuel emissions, calculated over the long term.  David describes how a carbon dioxide equivalent or CO2 equivalent, abbreviated as CO2e, is used to compare the emissions from various greenhouse gases based on their global-warming potential (GWP) by converting amounts of other gases to the equivalent amount of carbon dioxide with the same global warming potential. Since the RESNET HERS Index already looks at energy pattern usage by the hour of the year, it is a straightforward task to translate the energy profile into an emissions profile if you have the data that underlie these figures. John helps us understand these aspects of the model. The new RESNET CO2e Rating Index allows one to calculate the comparative emissions of two houses. For example, you can look at the emissions from a new house with or without efficiency and solar to see how much changes like electrification and clean energy can help. As a result of this, there are no changes to the  RESNET HERS rating process - it is more a function of software changes. Some links to press on this podcast's topic:   https://www.nrdc.org/experts/david-b-goldstein/new-tool-measuring-decarbonization   Link to a presentation from the 2020 Conference on this topic: http://conference.resnet.us/data/energymeetings/presentations/Incorporating%20When%20Energy%20is%20Used%20in%20the%20HERS%20Index%20-%20Goldstein.pdf     You can reach our guests via email: dgoldstein@nrdc.org jtaylor@cee1.org   RESTalk: To the RESNET community, we hear you and want to engage. Learn more at www.RESNET.us Or for more info on this topic contact RESNET at INFO@RESNET.US

The HR Uprising Podcast
The Secret Sauce Of Transformational Change - with Ian Ziskin

The HR Uprising Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 30:07


Lucinda is joined by Ian Ziskin, the lead author of "The Secret Sauce for Leading Transformational Change", a work dedicated to leading transformational change on an individual, team, organisational, and societal level. KEY TAKEAWAYS Many assume that because a system or process has worked for a long period of time, that it becomes immutable. We should always be open to adaptation and change. To find truth we must define reality. There's a tremendous amount of wasted energy in denying data and explaining away things that do not reinforce our preferred view of the environment. We must surround ourselves with good people who wish to aid us in driving change. We cannot do it alone. Most successful change efforts involve moving at a speed that feels uncomfortable. We need to embrace this discomfort, for that is where change happens. BEST MOMENTS 'There's a certain danger that comes with tradition' 'Love influencers and resistors' 'Start with truth, talent and timing' 'Go first, but not alone' VALUABLE RESOURCES The HR Uprising Podcast | Apple | Spotify | Stitcher   The HR Uprising LinkedIn Group How to Prioritise Self-Care (The HR Uprising) How To Be A Change Superhero - by Lucinda Carney HR Uprising Mastermind - https://hruprising.com/mastermind/   www.changesuperhero.com www.hruprising.com           The Secret Sauce For Leading Transformational Change - https://www.routledge.com/The-Secret-Sauce-for-Leading-Transformational-Change/Ziskin/p/book/9781032129884 About The Guest, Ian Ziskin Ian Ziskin, President of EXec EXcel Group LLC, has 40 years of experience as a business and human resources  leader, board advisor and member, coach, consultant, entrepreneur, teacher, speaker, and author. His client base  and corporate work span the aerospace and defense, automotive, chemical, consumer products, education,  electronic components, energy, entertainment, financial services, health care, high technology, information  technology, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, professional services, retail, and telecommunications industries,  among others. He is the Co-Founder and Partner of Business inSITE Group (BiG), a strategic partnership focused on  coaching, leadership development, and HR transformation; Co-Founder and Leader of the Consortium for Change  (C4C), a community of coaches and consultants; and Co-Founder of the CHREATE Project, designed to address the  future of work and HR.  ABOUT THE HOST Lucinda Carney is a Business Psychologist with 15 years in Senior Corporate L&D roles and a further 10 as CEO of Actus Software where she worked closely with HR colleagues helping them to solve the same challenges across a huge range of industries. It was this breadth of experience that inspired Lucinda to set up the HR Uprising community to facilitate greater collaboration across HR professionals in different sectors, helping them to ‘rise up' together. “If you look up, you rise up” CONTACT METHOD Join the LinkedIn community - https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13714397/ Email: Lucinda@advancechange.co.uk Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lucindacarney/ Twitter: @lucindacarney Instagram: @hruprising Facebook: @hruprising See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Informatics in the Round
Health Information Exchanges: Myths and Realities

Informatics in the Round

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 67:05


  This promises to be an incredibly informative podcast for most of us.,  If there was anything learned from the pandemic, it was the importance of data and helping most of us track SARS CoV2 prevalence wherever we traveled when we traveled, as well as to manage vaccine compliance within specific regions or states.  Health information exchange was vital to many public health organizations. And our speakers today were front and center during the pandemic, as well as in some cases, decades before the pandemic, evangelizing this technology for the rest of us. We'll hear from them and discuss both what health information exchange is and what health information hubs could be going forward. I learned a ton during this podcast. I hope you enjoy it.  ST Bland and I are proud to introduce you to three guests: Brian Dixon is a Professor at Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health and a world expert on the public health information ecosystem, including how things are accomplished and the information or tech used to accomplish them. John Kansky is President and CEO at Indiana Health Information Exchange in Indianapolis, which is arguably the exemplar for health information exchanges around the world. Morgan Honea is Executive VP of Contexture an IT services and consulting group in Denver and CEO of CSRI, the Consortium for State and Regional Interoperability, as well as CEO of CORHIO. The Colorado Regional Health Information Organization.

Mississippi Edition
10/20/2022 - UMMC Violence Studies | Crops & Backed-up Ports | History & Culture Access Consortium

Mississippi Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 23:00


Mississippi's largest hospital gets two grants to research the causes and fallout of violence.Then, the Delta harvest season was good, but ports along the river are backed up. We explore the agro-economic impacts.Plus, a Mississippi university is part of a Smithsonian project to preserve and share African-American history. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Nutritional Revolution Podcast
Episode 38 with Dr. Emily Ricker and Dr. Kristen Koltun: Energy Intake for Menstrual Cycle and Bone Health

Nutritional Revolution Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 47:53


In today's episode, we speak with Dr. Emily Ricker and Dr. Kristin Koltun about the importance of a healthy caloric intake for menstrual cycle health and bone health.Dr. Emily Ricker is a scientist in the Injury Prevention Research Laboratory in the Consortium for Health and Military Performance (CHAMP) at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS). Les Mills group exercise instructor certified in BODYATTACK, BODYPUMP, and RPM. Dr. Kristen Koltun is a postdoctoral research associate in the Neuromuscular Research Laboratory and Warrior Human Performance Center at the University of Pittsburgh whose research interests include the effects of energy deficiency on metabolism and reproductive function, and bone adaptation to arduous physical training in exercising and military populations.Please note that this podcast is created strictly for educational purposes and should never be used for medical diagnosis and treatment.See you in the next episode!***Save 20% off all lab work with InsideTracker using our code NUTRITIONALREVOLUTION by clicking here: insidetracker.com/nutritionalrevolutionJoin our 2022 Holiday Challenge here: https://p.bttr.to/3Cy1gE8If you would like to work with our practitioners, click here: https://nutritional-revolution.com/work-with-us/If you're interested in sponsoring Nutritional Revolution Podcast, shoot us an email at nutritionalrev@gmail.com.***Mentioned:Dr. Emily RickerLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emily-southmayd-ricker/Dr. Kristen KoltunLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristen-koltun-b5189144/Twitter: https://twitter.com/koltunkristen?lang=enResearch De Souza MJ, Mallinson RJ, Strock NCA, Koltun KJ, Olmsted MP, Ricker EA, Scheid JL, Allaway HC, Mallinson DJ, Kuruppumullage Don P, Williams NI. Randomised controlled trial of the effects of increased energy intake on menstrual recovery in exercising women with menstrual disturbances: the 'REFUEL' study. Hum Reprod. 2021 Jul 19;36(8):2285-2297. doi: 10.1093/humrep/deab149. PMID: 34164675; PMCID: PMC8487661.De Souza MJ, Ricker EA, Mallinson RJ, Allaway HCM, Koltun KJ, Strock NCA, Gibbs JC, Kuruppumullage Don P, Williams NI. Bone mineral density in response to increased energy intake in exercising women with oligomenorrhea/amenorrhea: the REFUEL randomized controlled trial. Am J Clin Nutr. 2022 Jun 7;115(6):1457-1472. doi: 10.1093/ajcn/nqac044. PMID: 35170727; PMCID: PMC9170471.Williams NI, Mallinson RJ, De Souza MJ. Rationale and study design of an intervention of increased energy intake in women with exercise-associated menstrual disturbances to improve menstrual function and bone health: The REFUEL study. Contemp Clin Trials Commun. 2019 Jan 18;14:100325. doi: 10.1016/j.conctc.2019.100325. PMID: 30723840; PMCID: PMC6353734.

Backstage Pass
Fifolet Festival 2022

Backstage Pass

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 10:19


Austin James talks with Kelly Stein about the upcoming Fifolet Halloween Festival with 10/31 Consortium

Agile Toolkit Podcast
Peter Coesmans - Business Agility Consortium - BAI 2022

Agile Toolkit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 13:27


I Speak with Peter Coesmans about the Business Agility Consortium and the evolution of DSDM.  We speak about business agility, agile cultures, agile governance and agile delivery processes.  Great conversation and I hope you enjoy it as well.

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Episode 703: Maura Quint and Rebecca Vallas

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 90:12


Stand Up is a daily podcast that I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Maura Quint  is a humor writer and activist whose work has been featured in publications such as McSweeneys and The New Yorker. She was named one of Rolling Stone's top 25 funniest twitter accounts of 2016. When not writing comedy, Maura has worked extensively with non-profits in diverse sectors including political action campaigns, international arts collectives and health and human services organizations. She has never been officially paid to protest but did once find fifteen cents on the ground at an immigrants' rights rally and wanted to make sure that had been disclosed. She was the co founder and executive director of TaxMarch.org  She is now the Wealth Tax Campaign Director at the Americans for Tax Fairness Rebecca Vallas is a senior fellow and co-director of The Century Foundation's Disability Economic Justice Collaborative, where she leads TCF's work to achieve economic justice for people with disabilities and their families. Vallas joins TCF after seven years at the Center for American Progress, during which she helped to build and lead CAP's Poverty to Prosperity Program, in a range of roles, including as the program's first policy director and managing director, and later as vice president. During her time at CAP, Vallas also helped to establish CAP's Disability Justice Initiative—the first disability policy project at a U.S. think tank—as well as the organization's criminal justice reform work. Listen to her podcast "Off Kilter"   Much of Vallas's policy and advocacy work flows from her years as a legal aid lawyer. In partnership with her legal aid alma mater, she co-developed the “clean slate” model of automated, automatic criminal record-clearing that is now law in Pennsylvania, Utah, Michigan, Connecticut, Delaware, Virginia, and advancing in additional states—while advancing national momentum for removing barriers to economic opportunity for justice-impacted individuals and families. In 2019, she co-founded the Clean Slate Initiative, a national organization supporting state efforts to adopt clean slate policies. Vallas previously served as the deputy director of government affairs for the National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives, working to protect and strengthen the Social Security disability programs, including as co-chair of the Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (CCD) Social Security Task Force. Forever a legal aid lawyer at heart, Vallas spent several years representing low-income individuals and families at Community Legal Services in Philadelphia, where she began her work as a Skadden Fellow, and was the inaugural recipient of the National Legal Aid and Defender Association's New Leaders in Advocacy Award. Vallas has authored dozens of policy reports on antipoverty policy, income security, disability policy, access to justice, and criminal records/reentry policy; testified before Congress and state legislatures on numerous occasions; and been cited and quoted in media outlets across the country. She is also the creator and host of Off-Kilter, a nationally distributed podcast about poverty, inequality, and everything they intersect with. Vallas serves on the Board of Directors of the National Academy of Social Insurance and is a member of the Academy's 2020–2021 Economic Security Study Panel. Vallas was twice named to Forbes magazine's “30 Under 30” for law and policy, and later to Emory University's “40 Under 40.” She received her law degree from the University of Virginia and graduated summa cum laude from Emory University, where she received a bachelor's degree in psychology. In a past life, she was an operatically trained mezzo soprano. She's the proud mother of three rescue kitties. Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page

The CoSN Podcast
Creating A Framework For Inclusive Technology, S3E5

The CoSN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 35:06


Over the past two years, we have seen technology use in the classroom skyrocket. From assessment tools to curriculum support, these technologies are essential to classrooms in districts across the country. Hand in hand with the bloom in learning technologies, inclusive technologies have become a major topic of discussion in the education world. What is inclusive technology in education? The aim of inclusive technology is to create environments using technological resources to ensure that all students can thrive academically. In part one of this two-part series presented by the Center on Inclusive Technology & Education Systems (CITES) at CAST, our guests discuss inclusive technology practices, collaboration, investment in educational accessibility, and implementing the CITES framework. Today's guests are Christine Fox and Maggie Picket. Christine Fox, MS, is the Project Director of CAST's CITES project and a Senior Technical Assistance Specialist. Prior to joining CAST, Christine was the Senior Director of External Relations for the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), where she was responsible for corporate partnerships and professional advancement programs and supported federal advocacy efforts regarding digital equity and cybersecurity. She is also a former curriculum coach, ESL Coordinator, and classroom teacher. Maggie Picket is a Senior Technical Assistance Specialist for CITES, Maggie explores systemic integration of Assistive Technology, Information Technology, and Educational Technology systems in partnership with districts. For over a decade, Maggie has worked with teachers, students, administrators, para-professionals, families, and community partners to build a common understanding of how creating engaging and accessible learning for ALL is possible. This episode of The CoSN Podcast is supported by the Center on Inclusive Technology & Education Systems (CITES) at CAST. Learn more at https://cites.cast.org/ Engage further in the discussion on Twitter. Follow: @CoSN, @MindRocketMedia, @cafox, @MaggieP, @CAST_UDL The CoSN Podcast is produced in partnership with MindRocket Media Group and published on edCircuit. To learn more about CoSN, visit www.cosn.org. Learn more about MindRocket Media Group at www.mindrocketmediagroup.com. Read the transcript of this interview here: https://edcircuit.com/creating-a-framework-for-inclusive-technology-s3e5/

The Artist Inclusive Podcast
On Harnessing Kismet, With Dominic Taylor

The Artist Inclusive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 52:08


In this episode of The Artist Inclusive Podcast, host Anna Rosa and Shanga Parker are joined by Dominic Taylor. Dominic is a Professor in the UCLA Department of African American Studies, as well as the Vice Chair of Graduate Studies and Professor at the UCLA Department of Theater. Dominic is a scholar of African-American theater and a writer-director whose work has been seen across the country. He is the former associate artistic director of Penumbra Theatre Company in St. Paul, Minn., one of the premiere African-American theaters in the country. There he utilized his unique culturally specific play development process called OKRA. As a scholar, Taylor's training began under the tutelage of George Houston Bass and his Research to Performance Method (RPM) at Brown's Rites and Reasons Theatre. In the summer of 2014, Taylor was part of the Consortium on African-American Aesthetics at Emory University. Nearly 20 years ago, he was part of the original group of artists and scholars gathered at August Wilson's “The National Black Theatre Summit: On Golden Pond.” Taylor was part of the cohort that presented a paper on aesthetics. Previously, Taylor was an associate professor at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. He has also taught at Bard College and City University in New York; Columbia College of Chicago; Bennington College and Brown University. Taylor is an alumnus member of New Dramatists. He received his bachelor's and master of fine arts degree from Brown University and is a member of Stage Directors and Choreographers, a board member of the Givens Foundation for African American Literature and an associate artistic director of America-in-Play. Take a listen to this episode of The Artist Inclusive Podcast for a look into what it means to truly follow artistic impulse.Website: Artist Inclusive https://www.hollandcreative.io  daniel@hollandcreative.io    IG: https://instagram.com/conversioncopydesign  https://www.dashofcopy.com  anna@dashofcopy.com  IG: Dash of Copy (@dashofcopy) • Instagram photos and videos  

Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie
Episode 2308: LaTosha Brown ~ CNN, MSNBC Social Justice & Voting Rights, "Your Voice/Vote Matters"

Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 28:31


CNN. MSNBC, HBO, NYT:As a Washingtonian, I see Democracy at Work Regularly BUT, In the South, the World is seeing New Issues Regarding the Right for Every Citizen to Exercise their Right under the Constitution to Vote.The John Lewis Voting Rights Bill.My Guest, LaTosha Brown is an American community organizer, political strategist, and consultant. She focuses on issues related to political empowerment, social justice, economic development, leadership development, wealth creation, and civil rights.No Matter if Your Are Libertarian, Democrat, Republican or Progressive, Everyone Deserves the Right The Vote.LaTosha is the co-founder of the Black Voters Matter Fund and the BVM Capacity Building Institute, LaTosha is adamant about ensuring that all human beings have access to quality education, safety, security, peace, love and happiness. Striving daily to hear the voices of women in leadership amplified and supported, she is also working to eliminate human suffering through her vision of the Southern Black Girls & Women's Consortium. Recognizing that her work is not rooted in strengthening political systems, governments or institutions—but in the advancement of people—LaTosha serves as an authoritative figure in the lives of thousands, if not millions. More than ever, she's crystal clear that she is called to remind people of the power they hold within, pushing them through the birthing process of vision to manifestation.Transforming culture through her singing and songwriting, this innovative storyteller is shifting the narrative of African-Americans through media, campaigns and nonprofit projects. Featured on CNN, HBO, MSNBC and Fox, to name a few, Latosha also proudly serves as the founder of Saving OurSelves Coalition, a community-led disaster relief organization that helped hundreds of people.© 2022 All Rights Reserved© 2022 BuildingAbundantSuccess!!Join Me on ~ iHeart Radio @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBASSpot Me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23baAmazon ~ https://tinyurl.com/AmzBAS

Italian Wine Podcast
Ep. 1115 Giulia Di Cosimo | On The Road With Stevie Kim

Italian Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 10:38


Welcome to episode 1115, another installment of 'On The Road Edition', hosted by Stevie Kim. Today Stevie is with Giulia di Cosimo of Argillae Winery, she is the new Vice-President of the Orvieto Consortium. Together they discuss “Benvenuto Orvieto” a day of events that introduces the new Vintages as well as a masterclass on Orvieto DOC. More about “Benvenuto Orvieto”: The location (the Mancinelli theatre, in the city center), for the “ Benvenuto Orvieto 2022 ” event was chosen by the Orvieto Wine Consortium It was an intense day, made up of territory, history and tastings. The day started in the theater with the presentation of the Consortium and its objectives. A DOC created in 1971; today it has 1956 hectares of vineyards and a production of 11 million bottles . It is a wine-growing area that starts in the north from the parts of Fabro and extends towards the province of Terni, even encroaching into Lazio. On the other hand, the area relating to the “Orvieto Classico ” appellation is more restricted . The day had a full program of events and promotional activities and included an experimental program with the University of Tuscia that began with a study on the four terroirs of Orvieto, volcanic, clayey, sandy, alluvial. Four terroirs that were the subject of the first tasting, with an “anonymous” label which took place in the Theater. To complete the day, there was an interesting speech by Prof. Attilio Scienza on the close relationship between the evolution of viticulture and the Via Francigena and, finally, on the potential of the “sweet wines ” of Orvieto; also because the presence of “noble rot” in the Orvieto area could be thought of as a real icing on the cake…. More about Orvieto Consortium: https://www.facebook.com/OrvietoDOC/ More about the host: Stevie Kim hosts Clubhouse sessions each week (visit Italian Wine Club & Wine Business on Clubhouse), these recorded sessions are then released on the podcast to immortalize them! She often also joins Professor Scienza in his shows to lend a hand keeping our Professor in check! You can also find her taking a hit for the team when she goes “On the Road”, all over the Italian countryside, visiting wineries and interviewing producers, enjoying their best food and wine – all in the name of bringing us great Pods! To learn more visit: Facebook: @steviekim222 Instagram: @steviekim222 Website: vinitalyinternational.com/wordpress/ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodcast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin!

THE PETA PODCAST
Ep. 244: Changing Laws, Saving Animals: The PETA Science Consortium International

THE PETA PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 42:53


Does it make sense that millions of animals must die in regulatory tests in the name of human safety when the results are irrelevant to humans? That's the reason the PETA Science Consortium International was formed ten years ago--to convince governments and private industries that modern non-animal regulatory test methods were better for humans and infinitely better for animals. Three consortium scientists--Jeff Brown, Gina Hilton, and Bridget Rogers--talk to Emil Guillermo about their to change the world's laws and to save millions of animals' lives. SEE THE SCIENCE CONSORTIUM'S GREATEST HITS. The top ten accomplishments in the last ten years. Find out more about the PETA SCIENCE CONSORTIUM INTERNATIONAL on its website. And don't forget, October is PETA's STOP ANIMAL TESTING FUNDRAISING CHALLENGE. Every donation will be matched to the $500,000 goal through Oct. 31. The PETA Podcast PETA, the world's largest animal rights organization, is 6.5 million strong and growing. This is the place to find out why. Hear from insiders, thought leaders, activists, investigators, politicians, and others why animals need more than kindness—they have the right not to be abused or exploited in any way. Hosted by Emil Guillermo. Powered by PETA activism. Contact us at PETA.org Listen to the very first PETA podcast with Ingrid Newkirk Music provided by CarbonWorks. Go to Apple podcasts and subscribe. Contact and follow host Emil Guillermo on Twitter @emilamok Or at www.amok.com Please subscribe, rate and review wherever you get your podcasts. Help us grow the podcast by taking this short survey. Thanks for listening to THE PETA PODCAST! Originally released Oct. 5, 2022  © PETA, 2021-2, All rights reserved.    

The Longevity & Lifestyle Podcast
Dr. Jennifer Garrison - On Extending Female Reproductive Longevity, Ovarian Aging, Eradicating Menopause, Women's Health & Economic Inequality, Fertility, The Buck Institute, The Global Consortium for Reproductive Longevity & Equality (Episode: #

The Longevity & Lifestyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 55:12


‘If we don't address reproductive longevity, then suddenly women are gonna be living more of their lives after menopause than before. And menopause does have a detrimental effect on even healthy women's risk for all sorts of health issues like cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, stroke, cognitive decline. There's just a lot of things that happen that don't need to happen.'   Dr. Jennifer Garrison is a world-renowned scientist who has won numerous awards for her research on aging and brain science. She is the Faculty Director of the Global Consortium for Reproductive Longevity & Equality, an assistant professor at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, and also holds appointments at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and the University of Southern California. This episode is brought to you by the BioCharger NG. With the average American spending 92% of their time indoors, bombarded by man-made energies, many of us are experiencing an energy shortage at the cellular level, where it's needed most. The BioCharger NG is the world's only cloud-based Health Optimization Platform that simultaneously generates 4 distinct energies known for supporting health and wellness, enabling your body to re-energize, refocus, and recover to be at your best. So check out how the BioCharger can energize your life and get $500 off by going to https://biocharger.com/Claudia today.     Want to learn how to live a SMARTER, HEALTHIER (and, let's be honest, more EXCITING) LIFE? with top tips just for you!⁠ Steal My 10 Hacks to Improve Your Life & Longevity Playbook with top tips just for you - www.longevity-and-lifestyle.com/10hacks!⁠     For Podcast Show Notes & Transcript visit: https://longevity-and-lifestyle.com/podcast-75-jennifer-garrison     Follow Dr. Jennifer Garrison on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/jenngarrison?lang=en  Global Consortium Reproductive Longevity & Equality: https://gcrle.org/ Buck Institute for Research and Aging: https://www.buckinstitute.org/      Follow Claudia on: Instagram: instagram.com/longevityandlifestyle Facebook: facebook.com/longevityandlifestyle YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCZF-s8jsUejc0TpVqnFE1lQ LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/longevity-lifestyle Twitter: twitter.com/LongevityLifest     Past guests on The Longevity & Lifestyle Podcast include Dr. David Perlmutter, Dr. Amy Killen, Sergey Young, Dr. Dale Bredesen, Dr. Kristen Willeumier, Dr. Louise Newson, Dr. Kien Vuu, Dr. Carolina Reis, Marie Diamond, Nikolina Lauc, Morri Chowaiki, Leslie Kenny, Maziar Brumand, Fiona O'Donnell-McCarthy, Mohamed Massaquoi, Nick Potter, Dr. Pamela Kryskow, Dr. Julia Mirer, Dr. Richard Johnson, Isabella Channing, Dina Burkitbayeva, Raewyn Guerrero, Mario Chamorro, Mariko Bangerter, Harris Khan, Juraj Kocar, Dr. Stephanie Manson Brown, Dr. Mohammed Enayat, Dr. Molly Maloof, Helen Reavey, Elena Letyagina, Dana Frost, Niall Breslin, Dr. Limor Goren, Larisa Petrini, Leighanne Champion and many more!  

Cheat Codes: A Sickle Cell Podcast
A What Just Happened Episode of Cheat Codes with the Sickle Cell Consortium

Cheat Codes: A Sickle Cell Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 39:21


Sharonda Sikes of the Sickle Cell Consortium will provide a recap of The Sickle Cell Warriors Convention with guests Dr. Tomia Austin and Mia Robinson.   The Sickle Cell Warriors Convention is a national community gathering, created and organized entirely by sickle cell patients and caregivers.  Each year the Convention is hosted by a partnership of sickle cell CBOs, patients, caregivers and advisors, and is unique in that every session, presentation, panel and workgroup was chosen directly by the patient community to educate, empower and encourage ourselves and each other.    SHOW DESCRIPTION Cheat Codes is intended for patients, caregivers, providers, and the greater community of people who are impacted by Sickle Cell Disease.  Each episode, Cheat Codes strives to provide listeners with critical education, the latest scientific updates, and voices from the Sickle Cell community.     TRANSPARENCY STATEMENT Cheat Codes is made possible by Agios Pharmaceuticals Inc. Visit Agios.com to learn more. The following Agios-supported programs are intended for informational and educational purposes only and are not intended as medical advice. Please speak with your healthcare professional before making any treatment decisions. 

Conversations
Tim Murphy: Curating Cybersecurity

Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 36:27


Not every child gets to fulfill their dream of becoming an FBI agent, but Tim Murphy did. The former deputy director of the federal law enforcement agency rose through the ranks to oversee more than 35,000 agents before he retired in 2011.Murphy and his colleague Larry Pfeifer founded Consortium Networks in 2019, a company that connects technology customers, vendors and experts to share knowledge to improve everyone's cybersecurity. Murphy is now president and CEO of Consortium Networks as well as chairman of the board of Thomson Reuters Special Services.The company aims to bring together law enforcement and private organizations to work collaboratively and share information to stop cyberattacks, similar to what Murphy oversaw in the fight against terrorism after 9/11.“Pulling people together to share information had this huge network effect," said Murphy. “We realized that same type of mechanism needed to be built for cybersecurity."Murphy recently joined Marcelo Brutti, City National's executive vice president and chief risk officer, for a conversation about how companies can protect themselves against cybercrimes.Cybercrime: Number One Threat to the U.S.Murphy believes that cyberthreats have become more sophisticated over the past 20 years, even as cybersecurity is in some ways simpler.“Cybercrime is the number one threat that we face in the country and the number one threat to every single organization, but people don't realize it," said Murphy. “The threat is as bad and as fast-paced as ever, but we are much better at fighting it now."Too often however, policies don't keep up with new threats, which leaves organizations battling to manage their own defense. That's why Murphy said he believes so strongly in the importance of organizations networking and sharing information.“In the early days of cybercrime, the biggest threat was from state-sponsored groups out to disrupt business," said Murphy. “Today, companies are still attacked by the four major state-sponsored groups - Russia, China, Iran and North Korea - who may be interested in stealing intellectual property but who are also coordinating with criminals for financial gain."Unfortunately, no one is immune to cyberattacks and organizations that are small, medium and large are attacked, Murphy said. Many of the attacks today are purely for financial gain, such as ransomware attacks.Digitalization and CybersecurityDigitalization provides new challenges for organizations to protect their information, their business and their customers. Every company needs to start by understanding their digital network, who's on it and how they're connecting, especially when workers connect from home, said Murphy.“You need visibility into everything that touches the network," said Murphy. “Next, you need to make sure that your software is up-to-date and that all vulnerabilities are patched in a timely manner."Murphy recommends that every company, no matter the size, employs an individual who understands the risk of cyberthreats and can explain them to everyone from staff to board members. In addition, companies need to invest in artificial intelligence and machine-learning solutions to fight cybercrime because humans can't work fast enough to keep up with the speed of networks today, he said.While many companies use two-factor authentication, Murphy believes most companies will need multifactor authentication to reduce fraud.“Financial institutions and other companies have to keep alerting everyone about how they work and don't work," said Murphy. “I get phished every day with emails and text messages that say my account has been closed and I need to provide credentials. People have to realize that's not how companies work."Tools to Combat CybercrimeWhile there's more coordination happening now between the government and private sector around cybersecurity, Murphy said it's still not enough. That's why he founded Consortium to help close the gap in cybersecurity.“We're up against countries where the government and companies are controlled by the same people," Murphy said.He worries that people don't realize how vulnerable the U.S. is because private companies run much of our crucial infrastructure. But Murphy is optimistic that basic protections and continually updating software will go a long way toward preventing cyberattacks.Discover more cybersecurity insights by listening to the full conversation between Tim Murphy and Marcelo Brutti.

TerraWatch Space
#45: Making Earth Observation FAIR with Nadine Alameh, Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)

TerraWatch Space

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 47:52


Today, I am speaking with Nadine Alameh, the CEO of Open Geospatial Consortium, an international organisation dedicated to making geospatial data Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (FAIR) through consensus-based standards, collaborative innovation projects, and industry partnerships.I wanted to have Nadine on the podcast to speak about the importance of standards and interoperability in Earth observation - an area that I think doesn't get a lot of attention. If you have listened to some past episodes, I have touched on this topic quite a bit. I put this into a category of problems that I call "boring problems" in an ironic way - because they may look boring, but unless they are solved the industry cannot move forward. And I think it is very much the case in EO as more and more satellites with a variety of sensors are launched, but is all that data really useful if they are not accessible, usable or fusable?In this episode, Nadine and I discuss her story, what OGC does, the ongoing gold rush in EO, standards and interoperability, the role of the private sector in developing that and more. Website: https://www.ogc.org/Nadine's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nadinealamehNadine's Twitter: https://twitter.com/nadinesa---Thanks to Geoawesomeness for being one of the contributors to this podcast.Geoawesomeness is a community-based platform for all things geospatial and Earth observation. I wanted to mention one of their recent initiatives called Earth Observation Hub. Earth Observation Hub or EO Hub, from Geoawesomeness, is a one-stop-shop for all topics related to geospatial data. It's made for policymakers, business leaders, geospatial experts, and enthusiasts, to showcase how EO is transforming our world. Built in collaboration with UP42, an EO startup, EO Hub has curated articles, podcasts, webinars and much more. I recommend you check out EO Hub at geoawesomeness.com/eo-hub"---02:18: Nadine's story and learnings from her startup experience11:52: What is OGC?15:49: Examples of OGC's projects and activities21:12: The rationale for OGC to exist and its importance for EO26:23: The EO gold rush and working on boring problems31:14: The role of the private sector is developing standards35:01: The similarity and difference with what happened with meteorological data38:03: The role of EO data platform companies and how long we wait for standards42:57: What can we change in EO46:03: Wrap-up

Italian Wine Podcast
Ep. 1099 Giampaolo Tabarini Pt. 3 | On The Road Edition

Italian Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 17:17


Welcome to episode 1099, another installment of 'On The Road Edition', hosted by Stevie Kim. Today she continues her adventure in Montefalco Umbria, in this part 3 episode with Giampaolo Tabarini, the newly elected President of the Montefalco Consortium. Montefalco is a historic small hill town in Umbria, Italy, with a population of 5,581 in August 2017. It has been settled since pre-Roman times, and retains many of its historic buildings. From 1446 to 1861 it was part of the Papal States. Montefalco DOC is a regulated geographical area for its wine, the reds usually including the highly localized Sagrantino grape variety. More about the Consortium: The Consortium Tutela Vini Montefalco was founded in 1981 to coordinate the local companies and guarantee high production standards. The Consortium over the years has promoted, valorized and protected the wines belonging to the Montefalco Sagrantino DOCG, Montefalco DOC and Spoleto DOC appellations throughout the world. To learn more about the Montefalco Consortium visit: https://www.consorziomontefalco.it/en/ More about the host: Stevie Kim hosts Clubhouse sessions each week (visit Italian Wine Club & Wine Business on Clubhouse), these recorded sessions are then released on the podcast to immortalize them! She often also joins Professor Scienza in his shows to lend a hand keeping our Professor in check! You can also find her taking a hit for the team when she goes “On the Road”, all over the Italian countryside, visiting wineries and interviewing producers, enjoying their best food and wine – all in the name of bringing us great Pods! To learn more visit: Facebook: @steviekim222 Instagram: @steviekim222 Website: vinitalyinternational.com/wordpress/ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodcast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin!

I SEE U with Eddie Robinson
59: Real Hot Girl Inspiration

I SEE U with Eddie Robinson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 52:20


Members of a group of community-based organizations recently embarked upon a month-long bus caravan that stretched across several cities throughout the southern region of the country, including places like Atlanta; Birmingham; Little Rock, Arkansas; Houston and Jackson, Mississippi. The tour was designed specifically to support Black girls and young women by providing them with resources and networking tools to help build on their personal and professional career goals. Appropriately titled, “Joy Is Our Journey Dream Bus Tour,” the eye-catching, hot pink vehicle carried a portable ‘Dream Village' that featured collaborative workshops, face-painting stations and other interactive activities. But why dedicate this endeavor exclusively to the South? And how come this community collective decided to partner with one of the most provocative and controversial Southern Black women in entertainment—Houston's own and three-time Grammy-award winner, Megan Thee Stallion? Join us as I SEE U Host Eddie Robinson chats unguarded with the Visionary Founder of Southern Black Girls and Women's Consortium, LaTosha Brown as well as the group's Executive Director, Malikah Berry Rogers. The pair will share their strategies and ideas behind how they've been able to transform mindsets of young teen girls and even adult women of a certain age realize their full potential while living and sometimes surviving in the Deep South.

Immune
Immune 60: Immunoeducation with Sumali Pandey and Phil Mixter

Immune

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 101:50 Very Popular


Somali and Phil join Immune to discuss their approaches to immunology education. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Cynthia Leifer, Steph Langel, and Brianne Barker Guest: Sumali Pandey and Phil Mixter Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts. RSS, email Become a patron of Immune! Links for this episode ImmunoReach ASMCUE: ASM Conference for Undergraduate Educators (ASMCUE) Upcoming ASM Webinars: free Microedu Live! discussions: Friday, October 14, 1:00 PM Eastern time/10:00 AM Pacific time, topic will be the assessment of learning. Register here. Friday, November 4, 1:00 PM Eastern time/10:00 AM Pacific time, topic will be microbiology laboratory biosafety. Register here. Journals with relevant education resources: AAI ImmunoHorizons ImmunoHorizons Journal of Microbiology and Biology Education (ASM; open-source, see Tips & Tools for examples):Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education Table of Contents Volume 23, Issue 2 (asm.org) CBE Life Sciences Education CBE–Life Sciences Education (LSE) (lifescied.org)  How to tell your professional story effectively – for instruction-focused scientists (including external review): Initiative: External Peer Review of Teaching – The Teaching Academy of the Consortium of West Region Colleges of Veterinary Medicine (westregioncvm.org)  ASM Carski Award for Educators: ASM Carski Award for Undergraduate Education Undergraduate degree program in Immunology at University of Alabama-Birmingham (only one in the USA): CAS – Undergraduate Immunology Program | UAB 3D printable antibody-antigen epitope models Antibody Epitope teaching kit by esuchman – Thingiverse Time stamps by Jolene. Thanks! Music by Steve Neal. Immune logo image by Blausen Medical Send your immunology questions and comments to immune@microbe.tv

Acquisition Talk
The power of the industry consortium with Stephanie Halcrow and Moshe Schwartz

Acquisition Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 52:44


In this episode of the Acquisition Talk podcast, we listen in an event hosted by the Center for Government Contracting to discuss a recent paper authored by Center Senior Fellow Stephanie Halcrow and longtime acquisition guru and President of Etherton and Associates Moshe Schwartz. The paper is called The Power of Many: Leveraging Consortia to Promote Innovation, Expand the Defense Industrial Base, and Accelerate Acquisition. In the episode, they discuss: Whether consortia have increased nontraditional participation with DoD - Challenges in Other Transaction data collection - How OT consortia can help DoD and industry collaborate in real time - Dangers of adding too much process onto consortia - How allies and foreign partners can participate To discuss the paper, Stephanie and Moshe invited an excellent panel including: Margaret Boatner, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Strategy and Acquisition Reform; David Simenc, Executive Director of Tactical Systems at SciTech Inc.; and Charlie Zisette, Executive Director of the National Armaments Consortium. This podcast was produced by Eric Lofgren. You can follow me on Twitter @AcqTalk and find more information at https://AcquisitionTalk.com

Heads Up Adviser
Selling Self-Funding To Blue Collar Prospects - with Chris Hopfer

Heads Up Adviser

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 34:49


CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FULL CASE STUDY FOR THIS EPISODE. 120 Employee Family Owned Company with 2 different plans had just got a 29% renewal rate from the fully insured carrier when they first reached out to our group. Employees – most of whom were living paycheck to paycheck – could no longer afford the overpriced and complicated healthcare plan. READ MORE >> ________________________HAPPENING THIS THURSDAY @ 2 PM EST - A NEW STRATEGY FOR SELLING SELF-FUNDING TO EMPLOYERS IN 2023.Gain access to the new sales deck that helps convert even the most skeptical prospects into long-term, loyal customers. Reserve your spot on the next Expert Session by Virtue Health. Learn how to overcome objections, grab attention, and convert new business from Fully Insured to Self-Funded with a team of experts right by your side. CLICK HERE >>________________________This week Heads Up Adviser welcomes our special guest, Chris Hopfer from Cimarron Consulting.Chris will share his experience of taking a 120-employee Blue Collar company from Fully-Insured to Self-Funded with Virtue Consortium Solution, which prevented the 29% renewal increase and got the accumulative savings of over $500,000.Learn how to provide better coverage, flat renewal, and enterprise-alike concierge service in our next episode: "Selling Self-Funding To Blue Collar Prospects" - with Chris Hopfer  Here's what we covered: ✔️ What does it take for an individual broker to compete with big box chain stores✔️ The specifics of working with Blue Collar clients✔️ Routine work, exceptional results__________________________NEXT STEPS:  1. Join Heads Up Adviser Facebook Group

Italian Wine Podcast
Ep. 1091 Giampaolo Tabarini Part 2 | On The Road Edtion

Italian Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 14:03


Welcome to episode 1091, another installment of 'On The Road Edition', hosted by Stevie Kim. Today she continues her adventure in Montefalco Umbria, in this part 2 episode with Giampaolo Tabarini, the newly elected President of the Montefalco Consortium. Montefalco is a historic small hill town in Umbria, Italy, with a population of 5,581 in August 2017. It has been settled since pre-Roman times, and retains many of its historic buildings. From 1446 to 1861 it was part of the Papal States. Montefalco DOC is a regulated geographical area for its wine, the reds usually including the highly localized Sagrantino grape variety. More about the Consortium: The Consortium Tutela Vini Montefalco was founded in 1981 to coordinate the local companies and guarantee high production standards. The Consortium over the years has promoted, valorized and protected the wines belonging to the Montefalco Sagrantino DOCG, Montefalco DOC and Spoleto DOC appellations throughout the world. To learn more about the Montefalco Consortium visit: https://www.consorziomontefalco.it/en/ More about the host: Stevie Kim hosts Clubhouse sessions each week (visit Italian Wine Club & Wine Business on Clubhouse), these recorded sessions are then released on the podcast to immortalize them! She often also joins Professor Scienza in his shows to lend a hand keeping our Professor in check! You can also find her taking a hit for the team when she goes “On the Road”, all over the Italian countryside, visiting wineries and interviewing producers, enjoying their best food and wine – all in the name of bringing us great Pods! To learn more visit: Facebook: @steviekim222 Instagram: @steviekim222 Website: vinitalyinternational.com/wordpress/ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodcast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin!

The Creative Process Podcast
Dr. Mona Sarfaty - Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health | Dr. Ed Maibach - Communication Scientist

The Creative Process Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 52:28


Dr. Mona Sarfaty is the Executive Director and Founder of the Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health, comprised of societies representing 70% of all U.S. physicians. She founded the Communication in 2016 in conjunction with the George Mason University Center for Climate Change. Under her leadership, the Consortium has grown into a nationwide coalition of societies, organizations, and advocates mobilizing support for equitable policies that address the health impacts of climate change.Edward Maibach is Director of the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication, a distinguished University Professor and communication scientist who is expert in the uses of strategic communication and social marketing to address climate change and related public health challenges. His research – funded by NSF, NASA, and private foundations – focuses on public understanding of climate change and clean energy; and the psychology underlying public engagement. In 2021, Ed was identified by Thompson Reuters as one of the world's 10 most influential scientists working on climate change.“The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 is really a bill which is using the financial structure of the country to stimulate business. This is a very different kind of solution than one might have conjured up some years ago. Back in 2010, Congress tried to do something on climate change and the main solution under consideration was a carbon tax. So that was also an effort to use the financial system, but this is a very different approach.This is putting out stimulus so that the business community can do what's necessary to build a clean energy economy. And so consumers can help support the growth of that clean energy economy by purchasing all those products that will allow individual people, families, and communities to be part of the solution by owning electric cars, by putting solar panels on their homes, by buying heat pumps to put in their homes, by improving the insulation in their private homes or buildings and thereby cutting their heating and cooling costs.”https://medsocietiesforclimatehealth.orghttps://twitter.com/docsforclimatewww.climatechangecommunication.org/all/climate-change-american-mind-april-2022/www.climatechangecommunication.org/all/politics-global-warming-april-2022/www.oneplanetpodcast.org

The Creative Process Podcast
Highlights - Mona Sarfaty - Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health | Ed Maibach - Communication Scientist

The Creative Process Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 14:50


“The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 is really a bill which is using the financial structure of the country to stimulate business. This is a very different kind of solution than one might have conjured up some years ago. Back in 2010, Congress tried to do something on climate change and the main solution under consideration was a carbon tax. So that was also an effort to use the financial system, but this is a very different approach.This is putting out stimulus so that the business community can do what's necessary to build a clean energy economy. And so consumers can help support the growth of that clean energy economy by purchasing all those products that will allow individual people, families, and communities to be part of the solution by owning electric cars, by putting solar panels on their homes, by buying heat pumps to put in their homes, by improving the insulation in their private homes or buildings and thereby cutting their heating and cooling costs.”Dr. Mona Sarfaty is the Executive Director and Founder of the Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health, comprised of societies representing 70% of all U.S. physicians. She founded the Communication in 2016 in conjunction with the George Mason University Center for Climate Change. Under her leadership, the Consortium has grown into a nationwide coalition of societies, organizations, and advocates mobilizing support for equitable policies that address the health impacts of climate change.Edward Maibach is Director of the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication, a distinguished University Professor and communication scientist who is expert in the uses of strategic communication and social marketing to address climate change and related public health challenges. His research – funded by NSF, NASA, and private foundations – focuses on public understanding of climate change and clean energy; and the psychology underlying public engagement. In 2021, Ed was identified by Thompson Reuters as one of the world's 10 most influential scientists working on climate change.https://medsocietiesforclimatehealth.orghttps://twitter.com/docsforclimatewww.climatechangecommunication.org/all/climate-change-american-mind-april-2022/www.climatechangecommunication.org/all/politics-global-warming-april-2022/www.oneplanetpodcast.org

One Planet Podcast
Dr. Mona Sarfaty - Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health | Dr. Ed Maibach - Communication Scientist

One Planet Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 52:28


Dr. Mona Sarfaty is the Executive Director and Founder of the Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health, comprised of societies representing 70% of all U.S. physicians. She founded the Communication in 2016 in conjunction with the George Mason University Center for Climate Change. Under her leadership, the Consortium has grown into a nationwide coalition of societies, organizations, and advocates mobilizing support for equitable policies that address the health impacts of climate change.Edward Maibach is Director of the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication, a distinguished University Professor and communication scientist who is expert in the uses of strategic communication and social marketing to address climate change and related public health challenges. His research – funded by NSF, NASA, and private foundations – focuses on public understanding of climate change and clean energy; and the psychology underlying public engagement. In 2021, Ed was identified by Thompson Reuters as one of the world's 10 most influential scientists working on climate change.“The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 is really a bill which is using the financial structure of the country to stimulate business. This is a very different kind of solution than one might have conjured up some years ago. Back in 2010, Congress tried to do something on climate change and the main solution under consideration was a carbon tax. So that was also an effort to use the financial system, but this is a very different approach.This is putting out stimulus so that the business community can do what's necessary to build a clean energy economy. And so consumers can help support the growth of that clean energy economy by purchasing all those products that will allow individual people, families, and communities to be part of the solution by owning electric cars, by putting solar panels on their homes, by buying heat pumps to put in their homes, by improving the insulation in their private homes or buildings and thereby cutting their heating and cooling costs.”https://medsocietiesforclimatehealth.orghttps://twitter.com/docsforclimatewww.climatechangecommunication.org/all/climate-change-american-mind-april-2022/www.climatechangecommunication.org/all/politics-global-warming-april-2022/www.oneplanetpodcast.org

One Planet Podcast
Highlights - Mona Sarfaty - Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health | Ed Maibach - Communication Scientist

One Planet Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 14:50


“The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 is really a bill which is using the financial structure of the country to stimulate business. This is a very different kind of solution than one might have conjured up some years ago. Back in 2010, Congress tried to do something on climate change and the main solution under consideration was a carbon tax. So that was also an effort to use the financial system, but this is a very different approach.This is putting out stimulus so that the business community can do what's necessary to build a clean energy economy. And so consumers can help support the growth of that clean energy economy by purchasing all those products that will allow individual people, families, and communities to be part of the solution by owning electric cars, by putting solar panels on their homes, by buying heat pumps to put in their homes, by improving the insulation in their private homes or buildings and thereby cutting their heating and cooling costs.”Dr. Mona Sarfaty is the Executive Director and Founder of the Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health, comprised of societies representing 70% of all U.S. physicians. She founded the Communication in 2016 in conjunction with the George Mason University Center for Climate Change. Under her leadership, the Consortium has grown into a nationwide coalition of societies, organizations, and advocates mobilizing support for equitable policies that address the health impacts of climate change.Edward Maibach is Director of the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication, a distinguished University Professor and communication scientist who is expert in the uses of strategic communication and social marketing to address climate change and related public health challenges. His research – funded by NSF, NASA, and private foundations – focuses on public understanding of climate change and clean energy; and the psychology underlying public engagement. In 2021, Ed was identified by Thompson Reuters as one of the world's 10 most influential scientists working on climate change.https://medsocietiesforclimatehealth.orghttps://twitter.com/docsforclimatewww.climatechangecommunication.org/all/climate-change-american-mind-april-2022/www.climatechangecommunication.org/all/politics-global-warming-april-2022/www.oneplanetpodcast.org