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UN News
We need new greenhouse gas emissions network, insists UN weather agency

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 0:07


The UN climate agency, WMO, has brought together governments and scientists in Geneva to push for the creation of a global greenhouse gas measuring network, that will help countries to adapt to climate change and mitigate its impacts.With more on the initiative, here's Dr Oksana Tarasova, Senior Scientific Officer at the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), speaking to UN News's Dominika Tomaszewska-Mortimer.

TODAY
January 26: Major attacks across Ukraine. Extreme weather across U.S. Fallout over school shooting. FBI investigates alleged fentanyl sales on Snapchat.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 32:05


Russia launches a new wave of missiles targeting several major cities in Ukraine. Also, Extreme weather impacting millions of people across the country. Plus, new details on the 6 year old school shooting as the school board decides to fire the superintendent. And, Snapchat under investigation over the sale of pills containing Fentanyl. 

Post Reports
Domestic violence cases rise with extreme weather

Post Reports

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 19:38


Floods, wildfires, droughts and other extreme weather events can lead to more domestic violence around the world. Today's show looks at why this happens and how advocates and emergency responders can extend a helping hand.Read more:The Washington Post partnered with The Fuller Project, a nonprofit news organization, to unpack evidence that domestic violence cases often rise wherever extreme weather events take place. The Fuller Project's editor in chief, Eva Rodriguez, joins the show today to discuss not only why this happens but how isolation and forced migration can affect domestic violence rates as well.

Science Weekly
Could the return of El Niño in 2023 take us above 1.5C of warming?

Science Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 12:29


Scientists have predicted the return of the El Niño climate phenomenon later this year. Its arrival will result in even higher global temperatures and supercharged extreme weather events. Ian Sample speaks to environment editor Damian Carrington about what we can expect from El Niño and whether we're prepared. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/sciencepod

RealAgriculture's Podcasts
Adaptive capacity helps farmers manage extreme weather

RealAgriculture's Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 8:32


How can farmers adapt to changing weather and the impact it has on their farms? The ability to modify and reshape the farm to reflect a changing climate will be greatly impacted by land and soil type, location and farming practices, says Ohio State University climate researcher Dr. Aaron Wilson. He believes a key success... Read More

KQED’s Forum
Climate Fix: What Does Climate Change Mean for California's Extreme Weather?

KQED’s Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 55:33


California has experienced extreme weather whiplash during the past year from bone dry summer days to a flooding wet January. This is our state's new climate system fueled by global warming. The state is also going through one of the most severe droughts in history. We'll talk about how the weather we've experienced in the past year has factored into our wildfire, drought and flooding issues as part of “Climate Fix: Rethinking Solutions for California,” a collaboration between KQED's Forum and Science teams. This new, regular series on Forum will explore how climate change is affecting the golden state and the ways Californians are trying to reverse global warming. Guests: Danielle Venton, science reporter, KQED News Laura Feinstein, sustainability and resilience policy director, SPUR, a San Francisco policy and research organization Patrick Gonzalez, climate change scientist and forest ecologist Organization: University of California, Berkeley - Patrick is also executive director of the Institute for Parks, People, and Biodiversity Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

TODAY
January 17: Extreme weather coast-to-coast. Candidate arrested in string of shootings. Growing fallout over Biden documents. New details on Nepal plane crash.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 34:17


Millions in the Midwest and South are set to face a new round of severe storms. Also, in New Mexico an arrest has been made in connection with a series of recent shootings at the homes of Democratic lawmakers. Plus, a growing controversy over the classified documents found at President Biden's Delaware home as Republicans demand for answers. And, the latest on the tragic plane crash in Nepal.

TODAY
TODAY 8a: Extreme weather coast-to-coast. Global concern over China's new covid outbreak. Honoring NBC's Kerry Sanders. Top tips for a healthy New Year.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 38:29


Millions in the Midwest and South are set to face a new round of severe storms. Also, a growing concern over China's new covid outbreak. Plus, honoring NBC News legend Kerry Sanders as he plans to retire. And, Your Health: NBC senior medial correspondent Dr. John Torres shares some daily habits that you can incorporate into your life.

RoadWorthy Drive Moments
Higher Temps, More Internet Outages

RoadWorthy Drive Moments

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 10:00


Climate change is also impacting Big Tech, specifically their data centers .  More occurrences of extreme weather and drought is impacting the ability of the centers to operate within the optimum temperature band required for the electronics and thousands of servers.   Big Tech is responding to the challenge in a variety of ways. If you are a victim of human trafficking or suspect that someone is, there is help. 1-888-373-7888 is the number of the National Human Trafficking Hotline. You can also text HELP or INFO to 233733. Over 200 languages are spoken and the help is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.

RoadWorthy Drive Podcast
Higher Temps, More Internet Outages: Mazda Antes Up for EV Competition; California's Digital Plates Can be Tracked

RoadWorthy Drive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 44:49


In our data-driven world, it seems that climate change is having an outsized impact on our access to our digital devices and apps - and it promises only to get worse.  Mazda, a laggard in the EV segment, is partnering up with suppliers in an effort to get into the game, as the market for EVs continues to grow and consumers preferences change.  Is it too late?  Finally, California's new digital license plates can be tracked - as hackers were able to access the sensitive information of the digital plate's sole supplier.HAPPY NEW YEAR! Change is coming to the RoadWorthy Drive Podcast in the new year and we couldn't be MORE excited! Be sure to WATCH THIS SPACE for more information as it unfolds...

The Quicky
Evening News: Extreme Weather Suspends Play At Australian Open

The Quicky

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 3:34


Welcome to The Quicky, getting you up to speed daily.  On top of The Quicky team bringing you a daily deep dive on one topic that has captured your attention along with the morning news headlines, we also update you each afternoon from 5pm with the evening headlines. If you have a topic you would like us to look into further, email thequicky@mamamia.com.au with your story suggestions. CREDITS  Host: Isabella Ross Audio Producer: Thom Lion Subscribe to MamamiaBecome a Mamamia subscriber: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

EcoNews Report
Climate Change Supercharging Winter Storms

EcoNews Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 29:27


Global warming increases the amount of moisture in the atmosphere, supercharging winter storms like the slate of atmospheric rivers that have smashed the West Coast. More moisture also means increased risk of flooding, as we have tragically experienced this year.  Lots of rain might sound good in recent drought years but it's more complicated than that. A warming planet also increases the risk of summer droughts, despite increased winter moisture. Climate scientist Michael Furniss joins Gang Green to talk through how climate impacts weather.Required Reading:Climate Change and California's Atmospheric RiversHow climate change will make atmospheric rivers even worseSupport the show

Living on Earth
Pink Snow and the Climate, Extreme Weather and the Jet Stream, Saving Bats From Deadly Cold and more

Living on Earth

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 51:59


Pink snow, also known as “watermelon snow” or “glacier blood,” is the result of a late summer bloom of pink colored algae that flourish in melting snow. And although snow algae are still very understudied, scientists are worried that darker snow will absorb more of the sun's heat than white snow and cause the snowpack to melt more quickly, amplifying climate change. Also, weather records are routinely being shattered across the United States, with recent severe rainstorms in California, freezing temperatures in Texas, and a warm January thaw for the northeast. A climate scientist explains why a climate change-disrupted jet stream is behind much of this extreme weather. And in Texas, the wild weather delivered an unusual cold snap that some wildlife just couldn't deal with. So local wildlife rehabilitators sprang into action to save around 1600 tiny Mexican free-tailed bats from hypothermic shock. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

UN News
News in Brief 12 January 2023

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 0:03


2022 confirmed as one of warmest years on record: WMOUzbekistan: WHO warns over poisoning risk from contaminated medicines‘Soaring needs' in Central African Republic: OCHA

Jacobin Radio
Jacobin Radio: California's Extreme Weather w/ Ali Meders-Knight

Jacobin Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 57:37


Today Meleiza Figueroa hosts the podcast. She talks to three guests about the historic series of winter storms that have been lashing the entire state of California since New Year's Eve, causing widespread flooding, landslides, wind damage, and levee failures. With rain forecasted to continue all the way until Martin Luther King Day, the worst may be yet to come. While California is far better known for droughts, earthquakes, and wildfires, atmospheric rivers from the Pacific also bring regular flooding, sometimes on a biblical scale; an inherent feature of California's extreme weather regime that is expected to increase in frequency and intensity as a result of climate change. Meleiza's guests bring various perspectives to the flood that touch on its historical, scientific, and socio-political significance.Indigenous traditional ecological practitioner Ali Meders-Knight looks at the deep history of California's 200-year flood cycle, bringing the long view to us relative newcomers in a place that has only been called “California” for 180 years.Climate scientist Daniel Swain discusses the complex dynamics of atmospheric river events, and how climate change and wildfires contribute to intensifying the extremes of California's drought-and-flood cycles.Myla Ablog, a wetland ecologist and former regulatory official, discusses the state of California's infrastructure, the impact of these floods on workers and houseless people in the Central Valley and elsewhere, and what we can and must do to prepare our communities for the “Other Big One.”Jacobin Radio with Suzi Weissman features conversations with leading thinkers and activists, with a focus on labor, the economy, protest movements. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman
'BradCast' 1/10/2023 (California Climate Chaos; Trump Org financial chief accountability, and more)

The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 58:06


NBC Meet the Press
MTP NOW Jan. 10 — Political problems for Biden; Committee wars; Extreme weather in California

NBC Meet the Press

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 49:58 Very Popular


House Republicans are gearing up for an investigation after classified documents were found in President Biden's former personal offices. The president is at the North American Leaders' Summit, meeting with the Mexican president and Canadian prime minister, after announcing new U.S. border policies.

TODAY
January 10: California flood disaster. DOJ reviews classified docs found in Biden office. New details in hero teacher shooting. Damar Hamlin's road to recovery.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 26:55


California declaring state of emergency as it braces for more extreme weather after heavy rainfall that left major flooding, mudslides, and power outages. Also, The Justice Department has launched a review into classified documents from the Obama Administration in Washington that are tied to President Biden. Plus, an emotional vigil was held in honor of the teacher who was wounded in last week's shooting at an elementary school in Virginia. And, the latest on Damar Hamlin's recovery as he heads back to Buffalo.

Marketplace Morning Report
California due to face even more extreme weather

Marketplace Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 9:57


The deluge in California is set to continue, with forecasts predicting further extreme weather in the coming days. The state has seen at least 14 deaths and a bevy of property damage resulting from flooding and mudslides. We look at the weather situation in the Golden State. Plus, Fed Chair Jerome Powell made comments today in Sweden suggesting further rate hikes to fight inflation, and that the Fed would not prioritize fighting climate change. Also, the House of Representatives voted today to strip funding from the IRS in a largely-symbolic measure. And, the BBC’s Will Bain takes a look at the economics of China’s reopening.

Marketplace All-in-One
California due to face even more extreme weather

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 9:57


The deluge in California is set to continue, with forecasts predicting further extreme weather in the coming days. The state has seen at least 14 deaths and a bevy of property damage resulting from flooding and mudslides. We look at the weather situation in the Golden State. Plus, Fed Chair Jerome Powell made comments today in Sweden suggesting further rate hikes to fight inflation, and that the Fed would not prioritize fighting climate change. Also, the House of Representatives voted today to strip funding from the IRS in a largely-symbolic measure. And, the BBC’s Will Bain takes a look at the economics of China’s reopening.

TODAY
TODAY 8a: California flood disaster. Unanswered questions in Idaho student murders. One-on-one with Tom Hanks. Positive social network for teens.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 39:37


California declaring state of emergency as it braces for more extreme weather after heavy rainfall that left major flooding, mudslides, and power outages. Also, Investigators are working to get a clearer picture of the suspect who is accused of killing four college students in Idaho. Plus, Savannah Guthrie has a one-on-one with legendary Tom Hanks to talk about his role in the new movie “A Man Called Otto.” And, a popular new app called “Gas” has grown In popularity amongst teenagers as its mission is to  boost their self-esteem and spread positivity.

The Irish Tech News Podcast
What to expect this year for the global economy, defense and military, health care, climate change, extreme weather: A Forecast for 2023

The Irish Tech News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 51:25


In this episode our resident futurists make bold forecasts for 2023. Joined by Miss Metaverse, Katie King, the trio discuss what to expect in the global economy, defense and military, health care, climate change, extreme weather and the hottest summer in human history. A special focus on Open AI, ChatGPT, DallE2, Microsoft, Stable Diffusion, Metaverse, VR/AR/XR, gaming and media, software automation, artificial intelligence and robotics. Which industries are ripe for disruption? Plus a bold forecast about Elon Musk's tenure as CEO of Tesla and looming competition from the electric vehicle industry. Subscribe and listen to the Futurists Podcast where hosts Brett King and Robert Tercek interview the worlds foremost super-forecasters, thought leaders, technologists, entrepreneurs and futurists building the world of tomorrow. Together we will explore how our world will radically change as AI, bioscience, energy, food and agriculture, computing, the metaverse, the space industry, crypto, resource management, supply chain and climate will reshape our world over the next 100 years. Join us on The Futurists and we will see you in the future! Brett King is a world-renowned entrepreneur, futurist, speaker, international bestselling author, and media personality. China's President Xi Jinping cited his book Augmented: Life in the Smart Lane on the topic of Artificial Intelligence in his 2018 national address; the same book that was listed as a Top 10 non-fiction book in North America. In 2019 his book Bank 4.0 was awarded the Top Book by a Foreign Author in Russia for that year. Robert Tercek is an award-winning author, entrepreneur, and educator focused on the process of dematerialization and innovation. In his professional capacity, Mr. Tercek is a seasoned business executive with deep expertise in digital media and internet services. He is a prolific creator of interactive programs and products. He has designed and launched successful consumer experiences on every digital platform, including digital television, game consoles, broadband Internet, and mobile networks. In 2021, Mr. Tercek was recognized as the Humanitarian of the Year by the Media Excellence Awards for his leadership in designing and launching COVID SMART™, an interactive training program designed to keep workers safe on the job during the pandemic.

UN News
News in Brief 9 January 2023

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 0:02


UN chief ‘shocked' by attack on Brazil's CongressGuterres urges radical global finance shake-up to help Pakistan after deadly floods1.5 million vulnerable Pakistan children suffering from acute malnutrition: UNICEF

Interviews
‘Brutal' temperature changes are the new normal, says UN meteorological agency 

Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 0:07


The rapid 10 degree Celsius rise in temperature across large parts of Europe before Christmas was “brutal” but it could be the shape of things to come, the UN Meteorological Organization WMO, said on Friday. In an interview with UN News's Daniel Johnson, Cyrille Honoré, head of the UN agency's Disaster Risk Reduction and Public Services Branch, explains the science behind unusual weather patterns in Europe and elsewhere. 

UN News
‘Brutal' temperature changes are the new normal, says UN meteorological agency 

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 0:07


The rapid 10 degree Celsius rise in temperature across large parts of Europe before Christmas was “brutal” but it could be the shape of things to come, the UN Meteorological Organization WMO, said on Friday. In an interview with UN News's Daniel Johnson, Cyrille Honoré, head of the UN agency's Disaster Risk Reduction and Public Services Branch, explains the science behind unusual weather patterns in Europe and elsewhere. 

UN News
News in Brief 5 January 2023

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 0:02


Pakistan floods: 9 million more, risk being pushed into povertyWarm start to 2023 breaks records across Europe: WMOUN peacekeepers launch joint mission with DRC troops in North Kivu

Contra Radio Network
The Survival Preppers with Dale and Duff | TBC068: Extreme Weather, AI, & Free Speech

Contra Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 74:02


In our Blabbercast Shows, we talk around the edges of prepping and discuss current events, random news, and anything that might affect us in the future. The show is less about what you need or how to prepare and more about why?

The Climate Question
Can we reduce lives lost from extreme weather?

The Climate Question

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 27:46


Extreme weather is becoming even more extreme thanks to climate change. Countless lives are claimed by heatwaves, cold snaps, cyclones, droughts and torrential rains every year around the world. Climate change threatens to make things worse. But the United Nations is spearheading new action to make sure every person on Earth is protected by early warning systems within the next five years. It's hoped that this could dramatically reduce the numbers of deaths caused by extreme weather. Presenters Neal Razzell and Graihagh Jackson were joined by: Laura Paterson, from the World Meteorological Organization Ilan Kelman, Professor of Disasters and Health at the Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction at University College, London, UK and University of Agder, in Kristiansand, Norway. Hasin Jahan, the Director of WaterAid in Banglasdesh Reporter: BBC's Nicolas Négoce in Senegal Email us: theclimatequestion@bbc.com Production Team Producer: Claire Bowes Production coordinators: Helena Warick-Cross and Siobhan Reed Series producers: Jordan Dunbar & Alex Lewis Editor: Richard Fenton Smith Sound Engineer: James Beard

The Survival Preppers with Duff & Dale
TBC068: Extreme Weather, AI, & Free Speech

The Survival Preppers with Duff & Dale

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 74:02


In our Blabbercast Live Shows, we take a walk around the edges of prepping and discuss current events, random news, and anything that might affect us in the future. This show is less about what you need or how to prepare and more about why. More From TheSurvivalPreppers ✅ Help us beat the algorithm and […]

Torrey Snow
12-23-22 Extreme Weather Vulnerabilities

Torrey Snow

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 144:36


On today's podcast, Torrey discusses the value of power grids and if parents should rethink buying their kids presents for Christmas. Plus, the Hot 5 at 5:35.

SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic
Extreme weather tanked the Saints-Browns over/under points total

SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 28:54


Kristian, Bobby, and Mike gave their picks for the most brutal playoff losses in the last decade. In their "What are the odds?" segment, the guys reviewed the Saints-Browns over/under of 31.5, the lowest total points spread in an NFL game since 2008. Blake Ruffino, the founder & CEO of the Are You Serious sports network, joined the show to discuss LSU's 2023 signing class. Ruffino said the Tigers added talented offensive and defensive linemen while addressing needs at wide receiver and running back. Ruffino also talked about the battle for five-star cornerback Desmond Ricks.

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score
How do you prep for extreme weather games? (Hour 2)

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 42:12


In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and Zach Zaidman were joined by Brad Biggs of the Tribune to discuss the extreme weather conditions that the Bears and Bills will endure will they meet Saturday at Soldier Field. Later, Score football analyst Dave Wannstedt joined the show to explain how he prepared his teams for games in cold weather.

John Williams
Be prepared for extreme weather later this week

John Williams

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022


Rich Guidice, Executive Director of the Office of Emergency Management and Communications (OEMC), joins guest host Jon Hansen to tell us how we should prepare for the possibility of extreme weather later this week and how the city is planning to keep its residents safe.

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast
Be prepared for extreme weather later this week

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022


Rich Guidice, Executive Director of the Office of Emergency Management and Communications (OEMC), joins guest host Jon Hansen to tell us how we should prepare for the possibility of extreme weather later this week and how the city is planning to keep its residents safe.

Kosmographia
Episode #091: Deceptive US Heat Wave, Global Temps and Historic CO2 Levels Reporting

Kosmographia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 122:03 Very Popular


RC is still feeling the effects of the Halloween shiny, reflective Foil Brother, so he discovers the differences between tin and aluminum. With clarity returned and napping mastered, he reviews the factors behind the phenomenon of the Urban Heat Island Effect, and relates how charts of heat waves in the US can be deceptive by manipulating data and wording descriptions that leave the actual point of the graphs unclear. Other more direct graphs blatantly show how comparably low current concentrations of CO2 are and how global temperatures were much higher than they have been the last five million years during the onset and cycling of ice ages. What is proposed as the optimum temperature that we should be striving toward? And what is being proposed as solutions to manage that temperature, that may leave us hamstrung in the face of natural climate change? 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Odd Lots
What Extreme Weather Events Are Doing to Global Insurance Markets

Odd Lots

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 46:52


Heatwaves, droughts, hurricanes, floods... in a year of commodity shortages and supply chain disruptions, a host of extreme weather events have added stress to the system. So how do companies address the financial risks associated with these events? Catastrophe bonds and reinsurance markets have existed for a long time, but the more extreme the disruptions, the more these industries change. On this episode of the podcast, we speak to Steve Evans, owner and editor-in-chief of Artemis.BM, about recent developments, new types of insurance products and how financial markets are incorporating the effects of climate change.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The NewsWorthy
Extreme Weather Risk, iPhone Shortage? & Word of the Year- Tuesday, November 29, 2022

The NewsWorthy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 12:47


The news to know for Tuesday, November 29, 2022! What to expect from a rare and potentially dangerous storm moving across the U.S. today and what to know about the world's largest active volcano that's now erupting. Also, the President is asking Congress to take action to avoid a potential nationwide strike. Will lawmakers do it, and should they? Plus, what's happening on and off the field as the U.S. takes on Iran at the World Cup today, what's 2022's word of the year, and what big and small ways to take part in this Giving Tuesday. Those stories and more news to know in around 10 minutes! Head to www.theNewsWorthy.com/shownotes for sources and to read more about any of the stories mentioned today. This episode is sponsored by CanvasPrints.com (Listen for the discount code) and BetterHelp.com/newsworthy Thanks to The NewsWorthy INSIDERS for your support! Become one here: www.theNewsWorthy.com/insider