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On Point
First person: Thinking globally, acting locally to save the monarch butterfly

On Point

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 11:22


First person: Jose Luis Alvarez, co-founder of Forests for Monarchs, and Martha Askins, a retired lawyer, discuss the beauty of the monarch butterfly and conservation efforts to save them. 

Tim Stating the Obvious
What is engaged leadership?

Tim Stating the Obvious

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 20:08


Globally, workers do not rate work/life satisfaction highly. Gallup finds 60% of people are emotionally detached and not engaged in the workplace. So, the question I ask myself, is that are these people not engaged because they don't want to be? Do they not see the value and impact of their work? What is going on that makes them feel this way and how is it related to their performance? Gallup found that business and organizations with engaged workers have 23% higher profit compared with business units with miserable workers. That is interesting in that this tell us that we need to have engaged workers and you can't have that without engaged leadership! 

War Studies
Women leaders in health and conflict

War Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 39:08


Globally, there are very few women in leadership positions in healthcare and peacebuilding in areas of armed conflict – but why is this the case? Why are women a key part of healthcare & peacebuilding? What barriers do women face in accessing leadership roles? And what can we do to tackle this? In this episode, we speak with a team of researchers about their recently published policy brief, ‘An untapped potential: Women's leadership in health in conflict and peacebuilding'. They give vital insight into some of the biggest issues facing women and peacebuilding, and highlight the emerging relationship between women's leadership, healthcare, and peace in conflict-affected settings.

JaneUnChained
Lady Freethinker Holds Animal Abusers Accountable Globally!

JaneUnChained

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 56:35


Lady Freethinker, Nina Jackel, a woman who has single-handedly held animal abusers accountable, reveals her strategies on this interview with Jane Velez-Mitchell. An activist and journalist, Nina loves animals so much she's made helping them her life's work. Her advocacy campaigns have appeared in The New York Times, Newsweek, People, The Guardian, and more. Initially launched as a blog, Nina saw the potential for Lady Freethinker to expand to something larger – a nonprofit media organization dedicated to exposing and stopping animal suffering. LFT now informs a wide audience on animal issues, amassing more than 20 million petition signatures for justice for animals. From cruel BLM helicopter horse roundups, to Sumatra dog meat/live animal markets investigations exposing dogs traded for meat, to creating Unchain A Dog Day, urging people to keep dogs off of chains and tethers, Lady Freethinker keeps pushing the edge to stop animal abuse! At this time, she has an ongoing lawsuit against YouTube for videos glorifying and promoting animal abuse! Ready to get involved? Head to: LadyFreethinker.org and tune in to this powerful interview.

Simply Bitcoin
Will Fedimints Help Bitcoin Scale Globally ? | EP 541

Simply Bitcoin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 60:23


Most Bitcoin users keep their funds on centralized exchanges prone to government capture. Fedimints are a stop gap between using a custodial service and full self custody. They are a very powerful tool in the peaceful Bitcoin revolution.

Daily Tech Headlines
Qualcomm Chips To Be Used Globally On Samsung Devices – DTH

Daily Tech Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022


Qualcomm signed a deal to have its chips used in Samsung devices globally, Instagream temporarily reduces the amount of recommended content, and the date is set for Twitter’s lawsuit trial against Elon Musk. MP3 Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. You can get an ad-free feed of Daily Tech Headlines for $3 a month here. A special thanksContinue reading "Qualcomm Chips To Be Used Globally On Samsung Devices – DTH"

Financial Sense(R) Newshour
David Woo: Political Polarization Climbing Globally, US Reaching Record Highs (Preview)

Financial Sense(R) Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 0:51


Jul 28 – Unbound's David Woo, former BofA strategist and economist at the IMF, as well as Greg Wong, CEO at RIWI, a global trend-tracking and prediction technology firm, join FS Insider to follow-up on our discussion from earlier this year...

Mediaweek
Mercado & Manning: Andrew on Neighbours, more on Under the Banner of Heaven

Mediaweek

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 30:08


Globally recognised Neighbours authority Andrew Mercado recaps the stars who helped celebrate the end of the super soap and James finishes a contender for series of the year. Plus some new release dramas.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast
There is more than 18,000 cases of Monkeypox globally

Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 4:41


The World Health Organisation said yesterday that there are more than 18,000 cases of Monkeypox globally, with the majority of cases in Europe There have been a total of 85 cases detected in Ireland since May. Dr Eoghan De Barra, Senior Lecturer at RCSI and Infectious Disease Consultant at Beaumont Hospital joined Ciara to give the latest on this health situation.

WHERE’S THE FUNDING?!
S4. Ep.11: How Ropa Murombo is Creating a Company Culture Based on Empathy While Disrupting The Pet Health Tech Industry

WHERE’S THE FUNDING?!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 31:20


My guest today is Ropa Murombo, dog-mom, tech entrepreneur and co-founder and COO of Feniska, a company that builds innovative solutions for pets and pet parents that bring the Pet-Tech industry to new heights. Ropa was born in Harare - a city of hustlers. The entrepreneurial gene was embedded in her at a young age as she grew up surrounded by people who are hardworking and enterprising. Ropa was introduced to the world of tech while she was studying International Business in Berlin. Since then, she has had a passion for the creation of digital products that create unique customer experiences and simplify the lives of those who use them. Her creativity, attention to detail and love for extensive research make her an asset to Feniska's Go-To-Market strategy. Ropa co-founded Feniska to create a new world for pet parents to be able to improve the wellbeing of their pets and identify health problems early.Did you know it's estimated the US pet industry reached $99 billion in 2020? Globally, the pet care market has grown to $261 billion in 2022; up from $245 billion in 2021 and is estimated to increase to $350 billion by 2027.In this episode we discuss:How Ropa and her co-founder are disrupting the pet health space with their innovative technologySome hot tips for pet parentsThe type of culture they are creating at Feniska as women (of color) in techThe importance of leading with empathy and creating inclusive workspaces; andThe funding strategy they are pursuing for Feniska.To learn more about Ropa, follow her on Instagram at chancetheropa, on LinkedIn as Ropafadzo Muromba. Learn more about Feniska at www.feniska.com . Follow the Feniska page on LinkedIn and the Feniska.app page on Instagram. To my listeners, I hope you enjoyed this episode. If you liked it, leave a rating, a review, download or share this episode.Join me next Friday for a new episode on the ALIVE Podcast Network and subscribe on your favorite podcast streaming platforms like Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, and more to get notified when new episodes drop.To be a guest or sponsor the podcast, send an email to whereisthefunding@gmail.com. Follow the podcast on Instagram at whereisthefunding_podcast and me, your host Michelle J. McKenzie on LinkedIn. 

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Over 18,000 cases of monkeypox reported globally

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 5:50


Paddy Mallon, Consultant in Infectious Diseases at St Vincent's University Hospital and Professor of Microbial Diseases at UCD, discusses the WHO's call for high-risk groups to be vaccinated against Monkeypox.

Global News Podcast
HIV surges globally

Global News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 29:25 Very Popular


The UN warns that millions of lives are at risk around the world. Also: we hear from Haiti where gang violence has killed hundreds so far this month, and Neom -- a future city in the Arabian desert with no streets or cars and horizontal skyscrapers .

Where We Live
The MASALA study is expanding to second gen South Asians; focus on food and cardiac risk

Where We Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 49:00


South Asians have the highest death rate from heart disease in the U.S. compared to other ethnic groups. Globally, 60% of patients with heart disease are South Asians. Cardiovascular risk in South Asian Americans – Indian, Pakistani, and Bangladeshi immigrant populations – leads to the early onset of plaque in arteries, compared to other groups. That's what the 12-year long Mediators of Atherosclerosis in South Asians Living in America – or MASALA study – has found. And now, the study is expanding to include the children of South Asian immigrants who participated in the first round. This hour on Where We Live, we'll discuss the scope of the study: By 2024, the MASALA cohort will include around 2300 participants in California, Illinois, and New York, whose health will be tracked over the next several decades. The goal? To understand the factors leading to heart disease in South Asian Americans, how to prevent it, and how to treat it. Findings to date include the link between ectopic fat and cardiac health; a plant diet on heart health; and Coronary artery calcium incidence and changes using direct plaque measurements: The MASALA study.  And, researchers offer Health Tips to South Asians, including a carb counting tool for traditional South Asian foods and healthy vegetarian keto recipes. This show was produced by Sujata Srinivasan, with help from talk show intern Mira Raju.  GUESTS:  Dr. Nilay Shah: Cardiologist and epidemiologist, faculty at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Co-Investigator at the MASALA Study. Krishnendu Ray: Associate Professor of Food and Nutrition Studies, New York University. Author of The Migrant's Table: Meals and Memories in Bengali-American Households. Shraddha Chaubey: Dietitian and Nutritionist, and founder of NutriPledge, LLC. President of the CT Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.  Support the show: http://wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Discovery
Plant based promises, rise of the plant based burger

Discovery

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 27:33 Very Popular


In Plant Based Promises, foodie, researcher and broadcaster Giles Yeo looks at the science behind plant based diets and the increasing number of plant based products appearing in supermarkets and restaurants. The market for plant based products could be worth $162 billion in the next ten years and Giles asks how sustainable and healthy the products are and the role they play in decreasing the world's carbon footprint. Globally food production accounts for about 30% of greenhouse gases. In the UK we eat over six times the amount of meat and more than twice the amount of dairy products recommended to prevent the global temperature increasing more than 1.5 degrees C, after which extreme weather events become more severe. But eating less meat and dairy means new protein sources from plants are needed and how easy or practical is it for people to change their diets? Veganuary, where people pledge to go vegan for the month of January show that people are willing to change what they eat for a variety of reasons including animal welfare, sustainability and health. In programme one Giles, an expert on food intake looks at some of the foods being developed to replace animal based foods and looks at alternatives to the iconic cheeseburger. Giles meets biochemist Professor Pat Brown founder of Impossible Burgers, a Silicon Valley start up making burgers from genetically modified yeast to replicate the taste of meat. But from high tech to the artisanal, sisters Rachel and Charlotte Stevens missed eating cheese so much they are now making cheese alternatives using traditional moulds, cultures and aging techniques while replacing dairy ingredients with nuts.

100x Entrepreneur
Building A SaaS Behemoth From India And Then Expanding Globally ft. Yamini Bhat, Co-founder & CEO, Vymo

100x Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 41:21


In Sales the stakes are high. And for company's growth it is important to get it right.Thanks to multiple options of Sales engagement softwares which streamlines the sales process through integrations which enables companies to combine their sales and marketing efforts to create personalized and automated sales journeys.In today's episode of 100x Entrepreneur, we have with us Yamini Bhat, Co-founder & CEO, Vymo; i.e An intelligent sales engagement platform for financial institutions.Started in 2013, Vymo is used by 300,000+ Sales Reps across 65+ Enterprises such as HDFC Bank, SBI Life Insurance, and Sun Life Financial among others.While most SaaS startups go global from Day 1, Vymo is one of the few Indian SaaS companies which scaled to more than $10M ARR with India Enterprises as clients.During the episode, catch Yamini sharing why did they chose to focus on BFSI, how did they brought awareness for both their team and customers about their product and much more. Notes - 01:33 - Intro03:05 - Career background in Sales Transformation at Mckinsey which led her to Vymo06:48 - Family background and getting into BITS Pilani & IIM Bangalore?14:58 - Quitting Mckinsey and identifying the problem statement to startup17:29 - Till Series-A being focused on a horizontal solution20:53 - Zoho Sponsored – Prashant Ganti on Where do founders struggle with Payroll and how can they fix it?23:04 - Milestones during Vymo's journey26:26 - Key challenges with team and customers early-on28:56 - Convincing the first few BFSI customers for an average contract value of $350K31:54 - Building a SaaS behemoth from India and then expanding globally36:16 - Her 0 to $10 Million ARR playbook for SaaS-entrepreneurs in IndiaAlso, try out a 30-day free trial of Zoho Payroll, and simplify your Payroll journey as an entrepreneur!https://zoho.to/zoho-payroll

Day Trading Academy
July 24: World Famine start in 2022? Banks collapse China, Record Heatwave Melts cars & airports (Recap Ep185)

Day Trading Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 20:20


In this week's recap, US markets and mostly all international markets ended the week higher. Value (IPO) in US/EU fell 90% this year due to postponing/canceling plans to go public. Globally, the value IPOs has fallen 71%, from $283B to $81B. The number of listings has fallen from 1,237 to 596. China's homebuyer mortgage boycott: people stop paying their unfinished construction projects. Chinese property is likely the largest asset class in the world. Things like this, generated chaos in China's economy, with [...] The post July 24: World Famine start in 2022? Banks collapse China, Record Heatwave Melts cars & airports (Recap Ep185) appeared first on Investing & Day Trading Education: Day Trading Academy.

Faces of Digital Health
Best of 2021: (OVER)DOSE - How Can We Prevent Medication Errors and Patient Harm?

Faces of Digital Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 57:44


This is a short documentary about medication-related patient safety. The documentary explores and offers an overview of the current challenges and technical solutions related to medication safety to raise awareness about the need to further improve medication-related patient safety. Unsafe medication practices and medication errors are a leading cause of injury and avoidable harm in health care systems across the world. Globally, the cost associated with medication errors has been estimated at $42 billion USD annually. Errors can occur at different stages of the medication use process. More than 237 million medication errors are made every year in England, the avoidable consequences of which cost the NHS upwards of £98 million and more than 1700 lives every year, indicate national estimates, published online in the journal BMJ Quality & Safety. The documentary premiered on 29 June 2021. Watch the documentary and full interviews with the speakers: https://www.facesofdigitalhealth.com/overdose-documentary Learn more about Better Meds: https://meds.better.care/ Speakers in the movie and this episode: David W. Bates, Medical Director of Clinical and Quality Analysis, Information Systems, Patient Safety Expert and Harvard MD (Clinical & Research Perspective) Professor John Horn, PharmD, University of Washington School of Pharmacy, coauthor of “The Top 100 Drug Interactions”; A Guide to Patient Management” Martina Viduka, Practicing Nurse, Co-Founder of Advosense David Kliff, author and publisher of the Diabetic Investor eNewsletter, former investment advisor, and as a person living with diabetes (Patient Perspective) Duncan Cripps, Electronic Prescribing and Medication Management Lead at University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust (Pharmacist Perspective) Roni Shiloh, CEO of Seegnal, MD degree, specialized in Psychiatry (CDS provider and doctor perspective) Hicham Naim, Global Head Integrated & Personalized Patient Care Program, Digital Advisory Board at Takeda (Pharma Perspective) Marinka Žitnik, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School (Research perspective Lea Dias, Clinical Pharmacist, Founder and CEO of Quaefacta Abdulelah Alhawsawi, Ex - founding Director-General of the Saudi Patient Safety Center (SPSC) Roi Shternin, Founder of the patient-led Israeli society for Dysautonomia (Patient perspective).

The Food Chain
Why use food for fuel?

The Food Chain

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 29:22 Very Popular


Biofuels are a way to make our cars, lorries and even planes run on renewable fuel. They're often made from food crops. Globally 7% of cereal crops and 15% of vegetable oil crops are used to make biofuel – according to data from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). As pressure on food prices and supply chains increase, some people are questioning why we turn food into fuel. In this programme we'll be looking at the history of biofuels, why food crops have been used, and what alternatives may exist. Joining us are Daniel Kammen, Professor of Energy at University of California, Berkeley, who is currently serving as a senior advisor for energy and innovation in the Biden administration in the United States; Bernardo Gradin, the founder and CEO of Gran Bio, a company that produces biofuel made from sugar cane waste in Brazil; and Sailaja Nori, Chief Scientific Officer at Sea6 Energy, a company investigating the possibilities of biofuel made from seaweed in India and Indonesia. If you would like to get in touch with the show, please email: thefoodchain@bbc.co.uk Presented by Ruth Alexander. Produced by Beatrice Pickup. Additional reporting by Ashish Shama. (Image: Field of rapeseed crops behind picture of fuel nozzle. Rapeseed image credit: BBC. Fuel nozzle credit: Matthew Fearn/PA)

Town Square with Ernie Manouse
What parents need to know about COVID and monkeypox vaccines as they prepare to send their kids back to school

Town Square with Ernie Manouse

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 49:42


Town Square with Ernie Manouse airs at 3 p.m. CT. Tune in on 88.7FM, listen online or subscribe to the podcast. Join the discussion at 888-486-9677, questions@townsquaretalk.org or @townsquaretalk. With the pandemic still being a part of everyone's reality after two-and-a-half years, the following questions remain: Globally, what is going on with COVID? Nationally, where are we on COVID? Locally, are we at our peak infection rate, or are the numbers still growing?  And now that monkeypox is on the rise, how worried should we be about that? The good news is that as more information becomes available, the better we are at fighting these unwanted infectious agents. Recently, what we've learned is that the CDC has endorsed Novavax, a more traditional COVID vaccine for adults. However, experts say our COVID protection outside isn't what it was in 2020, so we still need to think more critically about outdoor gatherings. Also, when it comes to scheduling your child's back-to-school physicals and appointments, medical experts advise on how to make sure they are up to date on routine vaccines and how added protection can help their immune system.    Guests: Dr. Peter Hotez, MD, PhD Dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine Co-Director, Texas Children's Hospital for Vaccine Development Dr. Sandra McKay Pediatrician, UT Health Houston and UT Physicians Dr. Catherine Troisi Associate Professor, Divisions of Management, Policy, and Community Health and Epidemiology at UTHealth School of Public Health Town Square with Ernie Manouse is a gathering space for the community to come together and discuss the day's most important and pressing issues. Audio from today's show will be available after 5 p.m. CT. We also offer a free podcast here, on iTunes, and other apps.

The Second Phase Podcast - Personal Branding & Brand Marketing and Life Strategies for Success for Female Entrepreneurs
How this entrepreneur is helping to decrease human trafficking, the fastest-growing illegal industry.

The Second Phase Podcast - Personal Branding & Brand Marketing and Life Strategies for Success for Female Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 36:34


What do you know about exploitation and human trafficking? For many, these are topics that are only significant in other places, however, this is no longer true. And worse, they are the fastest-growing illegal industry. Dawn Manske has set out to increase awareness of this tragedy and help victims find dignified employment to break the cycle of vulnerability and risk. When traveling abroad in China, Dawn had the experience of seeing two major risks for exploitation and human trafficking, extreme poverty, and devaluation of the girl child. She spent time with orphans and loving on them. Many of them were girls because girls were often abandoned because of the cultural emphasis on male children. During her time in China, Dawn also discovered the risk of sex trafficking for the vulnerable poor population. Men and sometimes women would go into towns and find the families that were most vulnerable. The 5 key components of exploitation and human trafficking Vulnerabilities - situations such as poverty. Procurers and perpetrators - people who are experts at identifying vulnerabilities. Exploitation - taking someone by force, fraud, or coercion. Rescue and restore Return and reintegrate While Dawn was living in China she met people and saw the effect and impact of extreme poverty and devaluation of the girl child. When perpetrators go into poor villages and tell families that they will take their child to the city and they will make a lot of money to send back home to them, the families don't realize that it is a lie. The children are brought to big cities and used for slave labor. The sandals that started it all As Dawn was struggling to discover how she could help save these children and increase awareness of exploitation, her husband gave her a wedding gift of sandals. The sandals had a story of integrating business and helping people. This was the first time Dawn understood social enterprise. Another wedding gift came from a friend who came from Thailand, a few pairs of fisherman's pants. While traveling, people asked Dawn where she got the pants. The pants are very unique and comfortable and people wanted them when they saw them. The first step when creating a business is identifying the problem that you can solve. People were asking Dawn about the pants and wanted the pants,  but the pants were hard to find or purchase. This was the start of Dawn's idea to sell pants. However, she didn't think she wanted to spend her energy selling pants. She wanted to have an impact. But, she remembered the example of the sandals, doing business while doing good. The pants created to help victims of exploitation and human trafficking Dawn started by partnering with an organization in Thailand. She resigned the pants so that they would be more flattering, not so baggy. The name was also changed from Fisherman's Pants to Creabeli pants, which means creating a beautiful life. Young ladies who came from marginalized environments and had been victims of exploitation were taught how to sew and make Creabeli pants. After they made several orders for Dawn, Dawn received a message that the ladies were having great success with finding jobs, etc and therefore, they were no longer sewing. Dawn is now looking to partner with another organization to make the pants. What causes people to fall into exploitation and what are the pieces to help them get out? After exploitation are rescue and restore. These include a safe house, therapy, legal services, and counseling. But, then there is the next piece which is often forgotten, and that is return and reintegrate. To be successful at this, women have to have a skill. This is where Dawn and Made for Freedom come in. They provide dignified employment. Dignified employment is a job that is safe, provides encouragement, provides a good wage, and prevents or decreases vulnerabilities. Therefore, the women are able to support themselves and are no longer vulnerable. Exploitation and human trafficking are global issues and that includes the U.S. Globally, human trafficking is the fastest-growing illegal industry. It is an industry, it is supply and demand. Human trafficking looks different in different places, but anywhere you go, you have vulnerable populations and people who are greedy and willing to exploit others for their gain. Who is at risk for exploitation and human trafficking? Refugees and immigrants Marginalized populations People living in extreme poverty Women in domestic violence situations People living with low self-esteem and a lack of support from family and friends Kids in the foster system - many kids, 80+%, who age out of foster care, typically at age 18, end up in jail, homeless, or prostituting. Listen to episode 104 with Derrick Kirk.  It is important for all of us to be aware that this is happening and we can recognize what's happening, and protect the vulnerable populations. The story of the starfish There was a little boy walking on the beach and he was throwing starfish back in the ocean. An old man stopped him and asked why he was doing that. The boy responded, "I am saving the starfish." The old man then said, "there are thousands of starfish and only one you, what difference can you make?" The boy picked up a starfish and threw it in the water and said, "I made a difference for that one." Even if we do only a small part, we are able to make a difference. This is why Dawn carries the starfish necklace in her show. Another necklace she carries is a heart necklace that is two-toned and the center of the heart has been removed and put into another necklace. These necklaces are taken as a gift by outreach teams to people they know are working in red-light districts who whom they suspect have been exploited and they say "you are valuable and you have dignity, we don't want anything in return but we want you to know that someone wearing the other part of this is standing for your freedom". They receive this necklace, and many come back to the center and state that they want to leave that life and see that they are valuable. Every purchase from Dawn's store is the result of providing dignified employment. The more she sells, the more opportunities she creates for dignified employment. About Dawn Manske Dawn Manske is the founder of Made for Freedom. She is on a mission to fight human trafficking with style. Dawn started the social enterprise, Made for Freedom with an idea revolving around her favorite international clothing. The company has grown into a lifestyle brand carrying clothing, bath and body, jewelry, home goods, and more with retail space across the U.S. Dawn has partnered with over 20 re4storation centers/suppliers worldwide and provided over 25,000 hours of dignified employment for survivors of trafficking and those coming out of marginalized situations. In addition, she has been a guest speaker for conferences, news programs, and the US State Department to present the impact of dignified employment in the fight against human trafficking. Learn more from and connect with Dawn Manske and human trafficking: Website for Made for Freedom by Dawn Manske Made for Freedom on Instagram  Made for Freedom on Facebook Are you looking to start a business of your own to help create an impact? If yes, download the free eBook, How to Build a Solid Foundation for Long-term Success, the Purpose to Results™ Method to get started!

The Do One Better! Podcast – Philanthropy, Sustainability and Social Entrepreneurship
Siddhi Aryal of Vital Strategies introduces us to the Children's Environmental Health Indicators Initiative (CEHI) and explores public health, the environment and climate change

The Do One Better! Podcast – Philanthropy, Sustainability and Social Entrepreneurship

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 35:34


Unhealthy environments have been linked to a range of significant health risks to children, including premature birth, stillbirth, increased lifelong risk for brain and behavioural problems, respiratory disorders, cardiovascular disease, cancers, dysfunction of hormonal and reproductive systems, and more. Globally, more than 1 in 4 childhood deaths under 5 years of age are attributable to unhealthy environments—a statistic that will continue to rise as climate change magnifies the world's most important environmental risk factors. While environmental health risk factors are clearly leading causes of child illness and death in Asia, country-specific, systematic data needed to develop approaches to improving children's health and reducing, minimising, and preventing environmental risk factors is often lacking.  We learn how Children's Environmental Health Indicators (CEHI) can fill the data and knowledge gap in children's environmental health; enabling tracking, assessment and reporting on the status and impacts of climate and the environment on children's health as well as the evaluation of environmental interventions and policies. Thank you for downloading this episode of The Do One Better Podcast. Visit our website at Lidji.org for information on nearly 200 interviews with remarkable leaders in philanthropy, sustainability and social entrepreneurship. Please leave us a rating and a review to help others find this show.  

NFT 365: 1st Daily Podcast Minting NFTs
247. Talking with founding member of the ChoiceDAO, Sahar (@saharfyi), about using the DAO structure to mobilize globally and impact social good

NFT 365: 1st Daily Podcast Minting NFTs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 34:46


Join Brian as he interviews a founding member of the ChoiceDAO Sahar (@saharfyi) as she discusses global activism and engagement of Web3 to mobilize for reproductive rights. The ChoiceDAO is a global community of activists and Web3 enthusiasts coming together to fund and engage in the fight for reproductive rights. They plan to raise $1m, sending 100% of funds going to frontline nonprofits helping people access urgently needed care. Decentralization, a feature of DAOs, breaks slower and traditional organizational hierarchies and gives power back to the people. It means that, and for the first time in history, we can quickly mobilize people all over the world. We're no longer held back by geography; technology lets us move quickly. ChoiceDAO has been joined by incredibly experienced people — including the former head of Planned Parenthood (Cecile) and the founder of Girls Who Code (Reshma Saujani) — alongside the founders of Gitcoin & UkraineDAO, and a host of other impactful and passionate individuals. FOLLOW THE CHOICEDAO ON SOCIALS: https://www.choicedao.org/ https://t.me/+Evlsy9ZTuvNjZTBh Twitter: @TheChoiceDAO Tiktok: @thechoicedao IG: thechoicedao   TIME STAMPS:   2:45 - Sahar introduces herself and discusses her entry point into Web3 and DAOs   7:00 - Sahar walks us through DAOs   8:45 - How and why the ChoiceDAO first came to be 10:30 - Everyone being part of the discussion empowers diverse voices to speak up who may have stayed silent in the past 14:05 - Sahar talks about technology that has enables the geo-agnostic approach to the DAO 17:15 - Steps that the ChoiceDAO has taken to ensure they include as many stakeholders as possible while maintaining focus 19:00 - 5 Big tips Sahar has for privacy as it relates to protecting your personal data  22:15 - Discussion around donor anonymity in Web3 and what ChoiceDAO is doing to protect it 25:35 - 2 things ChoiceDAO is doing to make sure they're empowering community members to not only have a voice, but take ownership and ultimately take action 29:15 - How to get involved with The ChoiceDao 31:00 - Sahar's final thoughts and call to action Discover the latest Web3 strategies to improve your business at the upcoming Crypto Business Conference in San Diego, October 9th-11th 2022  https://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/nft365 ______________________________________________________________ Learn more about the NFT365 Podcast

Banking Transformed with Jim Marous
Modernizing Payments for an Embedded Banking Future

Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 47:41


Embedded payments have become the norm in our personal lives. In fact, a report from IDC predicts that 74% of digital consumer payments globally will be conducted via platforms owned by nonfinancial institutions by 2030. Unfortunately, IDC also found that 73% of financial institutions globally have technology infrastructures for payments that are far from future-ready. Today, we have Bhavin Turakhia, CEO and Co-founder of Zeta on the Banking Transformed podcast. Bhavin discusses how embedded payment technologies are becoming available to organizations of all sizes, allowing legacy banks to keep pace with technology leaders. This episode of Banking Transformed is sponsored by Zeta Zeta helps issuers launch next-gen card programs with its cloud-native and fully API-enabled stack that includes processing, issuing, lending, core banking, and many other capabilities. Zeta has 1400+ employees with over 70% in technology roles across locations in the US, UK, Middle East, and Asia. Globally, eight issuers and 30 fintechs have issued 15M+ cards on Zeta's platform. For more information visit www.zeta.tech

Signal Boost
Malcolm Nance!

Signal Boost

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 24:22


Globally renowned anti-terrorism expert and New York Times bestselling author Malcolm Nance joins Zerlina on the show to discuss his new book THEY WANT TO KILL AMERICANS: The Militias, Terrorists, and Deranged Ideology of the Trump Insurgency.

The Workr Beeing Podcast
Conversation with Dr. Tyree Mitchell: Searching for Trust Globally

The Workr Beeing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 34:46


Have you ever struggled building trust with your colleagues? Is it even harder when you come from different cultures? Luckily, Dr. Tyree Mitchell has some answers on how to build trust globally. Based on research highlighted in his book, Searching for Trust in the Global Economy, we discuss the importance of building trust cross-culturally and […] The post Conversation with Dr. Tyree Mitchell: Searching for Trust Globally appeared first on Workr Beeing | The Science Of Thriving Workplaces.

The Suno India Show
Trust in news decreasing globally and India is one of the exceptions says Reuters Digital

The Suno India Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 19:16


The Reuters Digital Report 2022 which surveyed 46 countries around the world to find out what is the state of news consumption today. It has several interesting findings. For example: Trust in news has decreased globally as people suspect political biases. Young people are especially likely to selectively avoid news because of it being depressing. Can't really blame them can we?  But surprisingly, India is one of the countries where trust has increased compared to the previous year. India is also more mobile-focused than other countries with 72% of Indians surveyed accessing news through their mobile phones. Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2022 Don't jail journalists for what they say… India a democracy: Germany | Indian Express  How India's Media Landscape Changed Over Five Years | The India Forum 67 journalists arrested, detained, questioned in India in 2020 for their work | The News Minute See sunoindia.in/privacy-policy for privacy information.

Business News Leaders
Banking on dividends

Business News Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 25:59


We're at the halfway mark of the year if you can believe it and that means banking results are around the corner. Locally and globally rate continue to rise and inflation remains sticky. Stage 6 loadshedding and record high fuel prices have done nothing to help brighten the mood after a surprisingly good first quarter GDP print. Globally the stress levels in the Chinese banking sector have me extremely concerned. Chinese authorities on Sunday violently dispersed a peaceful protest by hundreds of depositors, who sought in vain to demand their life savings back from banks that have run into a deepening cash crisis. Since April, four rural banks in China's central Henan province have frozen millions of dollars' worth of deposits, threatening the livelihoods of hundreds of thousands of customers in an economy already battered by draconian Covid lockdowns. China's banking sector in terms of bank assets to GDP is the biggest in the world and has for years been a concern for analysts due to its shadowy nature. To talk about this Michael Avery is joined by Nolwandle Mthombeni, Senior Banks Analyst: Intellidex and David Buckham, MD: Monocle Solutions

SBS Sinhala - SBS සිංහල වැඩසටහන
11 July COVID update in 4 minutes: WHO says that COVID-19 deaths globally are at a similar level to March 2020 - 11 July COVID update in 4 minutes: ගෝලීය කොවිඩ් මරණ 2020 මාර්තුවලට සමාන බව ලෝක

SBS Sinhala - SBS සිංහල වැඩසටහන

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 3:42


Listen to SBS Sinhala updates on the COVID situation in Australia on 11 July 2022. - SBS සිංහල ගුවන් විදුලිය ගෙන එන 2022 ජූලි 11 වනදා ඔස්ට්‍රේලියාවේ කොවිඩ් තත්ත්වය පිළිබඳ යාවත්කාලීන තොරතුරු වලට සවන් දෙන්න.

Tea Time UNFILTERED With Lovelyti
Chinese social media mock Shinzo Abe+Severe inflation and Food Crisis effecting everyone globally

Tea Time UNFILTERED With Lovelyti

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 59:30


in this episode me and lady jay are talking about Chinese social media mocking Shinzo Abe's death+Severe inflation and Food Crisis effecting everyone globally

Palisade Radio
Axel Merk: The Fed will likely Pivot Too Soon

Palisade Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 49:33


Tom welcomes back Axel Merk to the show. Axel is the President and CIO of Merk Investments. Axel discusses the correlations between real rates and gold. Gold is supposed to be an inflation hedge, but people get frustrated when it doesn't immediately respond to inflation predictions. Consumers are seeing the problems in their wallet at the gas pump. Real rates are useful for predicting the markets. The Fed tells us what they want, but they don't explain how they plan to achieve their goals. Central banks often can't see the future because they rely on an idiotic backward looking framework. The Fed cares about bond markets. They aren't concerned about commodity prices. Ultimately, their goal is to keep the banks in business. The Fed is focused on demand, but doesn't know how to handle supply shocks. The political reaction to supply shocks is to provide additional stimulus or price controls, which exacerbate the problem. Instead, they should encourage additional production, and that won't be fixed by taxing and bashing companies. We're going to see volatile periods as people believe issues have been addressed only to see problems return in waves. Axel discusses how gold is the clear benchmark for measuring currencies. The Fed is petrified of a loss of market confidence; therefore they have to talk and possibly act tough. We're in an environment where many things are out of balance. Tech companies have stopped hiring, but other sectors can't get skilled labor. Ultimately, labor shortages are inflationary. Geopolitically, things seems to be fragmenting fairly rapidly. We could see a decline in security of the oceans and further conflict break out, which would also be inflationary. National interests globally are becoming quite complex. The ECB is the only effective agency in Europe, and they are focused on green energy but don't appear concerned with inflation. The dollar index is very biased toward the Euro. There are huge problems with energy policy in Europe, and now they are realizing that nuclear may be the only sustainable solution for the environment. Time Stamp References:0:00 - Introduction0:30 - Gold & Real Rates7:00 - The Fed Message12:40 - Price Controls15:10 - Gold & Money Supply16:00 - Currencies & Gold17:00 - Gold Miners & Gold19:30 - Gold & CFTC Chart21:00 - Fed Pivot Catalysts?23:30 - Mortgage Rates25:30 - Peak Inflation?28:50 - Fed is Reactionary30:00 - Recession & Jobs35:30 - Geopolitical Factors40:10 - ECB Situation42:35 - Dollar Strength45:30 - Merk Fund47:30 - Wrap Up Talking Points From This Episode The correlations between real rates and gold.The Fed is unable to handle supply shocks and governments provide the wrong solutions.Globally, politics and diplomacy is becoming increasingly complex.European Union problems around energy and problems around green energy. Guest Links:Twitter: https://twitter.com/AxelMerkWebsite: https://www.merkinvestments.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/axelmerk/detail/recent-activity/Amazon Book: https://tinyurl.com/4ebpcaew Axel Merk is the President and Chief Investment Officer of Merk Investments, manager of the Merk Funds. Founder of the firm bearing his name, Merk is an expert on macro trends. He is a sought-after speaker, contributor, and author; Axel Merk's book, Sustainable Wealth, describes how the greater economic universe works, how it might affect your finances, and how to manage those finances to seek financial stability. Axel Merk holds a B.A. in Economics (magna cum laude) and an M.Sc. in Computer Science from Brown University. Axel Merk founded Merk Investments in Switzerland in 1994; in 2001, he relocated the business to California. He has grown Merk Investments into an investment advisory firm offering investment funds and advisory services on liquid global markets, including domestic and international equities, fixed income, commodities, and currencies.

Off-Farm Income
OFI 1431: Farmer To Farmer, Improving Practices Locally And Globally | Randy Krotz | CEO Of Agwiki

Off-Farm Income

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 39:09


On today's episode we are profiling a company that has come up with a very unique concept to improve farming and improve lives locally, here in the United States, as well as globally.  I will be speaking with Randy Krotz, the CEO of Agwiki, and he will be talking all about the concept and why it is both beneficial to American Farmers while being benevolent to the rest of the world at the same time. My discussion with Randy is not the first time that I have learned about Agwiki.  About one year ago I had a great conversation with one of the founders and creators of Agwiki, John LaRose Jr., and learned about how this company came about.  While Agwiki is not a sponsor of the Off-Farm Income Podcast, I have been intrigued with the concept ever since.  I always enjoy efficient products that accomplish two or more positive things simultaneously, and Agwiki appears to be once such product. Today's interview is not an endorsement or effort to get you to subscribe to or invest in Agwiki.  However, I do think that the concept of Agwiki is powerful and its origination is organic.  Therefore, it is something that I wanted to share with all of you in the Off-Farm Income audience. More Places You Can Listen to Off-Farm Income And Matt Brechwald:    

Deep Dish on Global Affairs
The Role of Supreme Courts and Democracy Globally

Deep Dish on Global Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 43:49


Recent US Supreme Court rulings on abortion, religion in school, gun control, and climate regulation will have far-reaching implications for Americans. How does the role that the Supreme Court plays in US democracy compare to Supreme Courts in other democracies? Constitutional law experts Daniel Brinks and Tom Ginsburg join Deep Dish to explore the uniqueness of the US Supreme Court and what we can learn from the functioning of the judicial branch of other nations' governments. Like the show? Leave us a rating and review!

Primary Vision Network
EIA Update - Crude Builds, Products Draw + KSA OSPs, We Got the Holiday Bump, But What Comes Next?, Refined Products Build Globally- Is This Demand Destruction?

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 55:29


/// Get The National Frac Spread Count on Friday! Primary Vision is now offering a subscription service to the Primary Vision Research Portal with both complimentary and paid tiers available. The complimentary tier will offer access to our YouTube content, program highlights and our National Frac Spread Count. The paid tiers will offer access to our commentary, insights, data, Frac Spread Count products and so much more in the coming months.Get started today: primaryvision.co

The VectorVest Stock Market Podcast
AMD, NVDA, TSMC Stocks to Buy Now? | VectorVest

The VectorVest Stock Market Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 19:05


https://youtu.be/S7PLPCNZYEoSemiconductor stocks are in high demand and there is a supply issue. Globally, these chips are manufactured outside of the United States! Why? What are we doing to bring production back to the U.S.? Are we doing enough? Can the stocks in the space potentially go up in price? Are they worth the investment? #NVDA, #TSMC, #AMD are big names in this industry and have been making the news. Check out the research in this video to answer these and other questions!AMD, NVDA, TSMC Stocks to Buy Now? | VectorVestTry VectorVest for only $0.99  ➥➥➥ https://www.vectorvest.com/YTUse this link for a FREE Stock Analysis Report ➥➥➥ http://bit.ly/2KsZlqzVectorVest mobile app ➥➥➥ http://bit.ly/2UjF6y6 SUBSCRIBE To The VectorVest Channel ➥➥➥ https://www.youtube.com/user/VectorVestMB/?sub_confirmation=1

The Addiction Connection Podcast
#167 - Getting to Know Ryan Arrington

The Addiction Connection Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 42:17


1:07 Who is Ryan Arrington and where does he serve? 3:54 Ryan tells funny CJ story 8:17 Ryan's hardships 11:20 Globally connected through support and prayer through Ryan's hardships 13:40 Working with or releasing someone unrepentant 16:41 Redeemer Church's prayer and tangible support from the beginning of Ryan and Abbi's relationship 17:40 Reading of 2 Sam. 12:22-23 (Mark) 19:26 Ryan reads 2 Cor. 1:3-4 and talks about pain softening his heart 23:20 Ryan's experiences in several programs (his plans vs. God's plans) 28:55 Impacted by people who Tim Brown discipled 29:35 TAC's Leadership Summit Nov 3-5, 2022 in Florence, KY, at Grace Fellowship Church 31:21 Damascus House operations in Bothell, WA 35:45 SLT Program after Damascus House and becoming CABC (Commissioned Addictions Biblical Counselor) 37:40 Theme reveal of The Addiction Connection Leadership Summit Ryan refers to MacArthur's Safe in the Arms of God: Truth from Heaven about the Death of a Child: https://www.gty.org/store/books/451146 Mark mentions Vroegop's Dark Clouds Deep Mercy: Discovering the Grace of Lament: https://www.christianbook.com/clouds-deep-mercy-discovering-grace-lament/mark-vroegop/9781433561481/pd/561482 Ryan refers to TAC's addiction discipleship program, Next Steps: Be TRANSFORMED (a video curriculum by Dr. Mark E. Shaw). Learn more: https://www.theaddictionconnection.org/next-steps-be-transformed-addiction-discipleship-program/

The Worldly Marketer Podcast
TWM 237: How ev.energy Is Scaling Cheaper, Greener, Smarter EV Charging Globally w/ Kathleen MacLean

The Worldly Marketer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 48:27


Kathleen MacLean is the Head of Growth at ev.energy, a London-based Cleantech startup that empowers electric vehicle owners to charge their EV in a simpler, cheaper, and greener way. Launched in 2018, ev.energy's innovative app keeps track of when energy is least expensive and carbon-intensive, and balances user demand on the energy grid at peak times. As a Certified B Corporation, ev.energy is part of a global community of over 5,000 companies (and counting) that are reinventing business by pursuing purpose as well as profit. In early 2022, ev.energy extended its Series A funding to $12.8 Million, enabling it to pursue rapid growth in North America and around the world. In addition to its U.K. headquarters, ev.energy has now has an office Palo Alto, California, and employs a world-class team of over 60 people across Europe, North America and the Caribbean. Originally from Scotland, Kathleen has been based in London since 2012. She has over a decade of experience in marketing and brand management, and has worked both on the agency and on the client side for a variety of industries. She joined ev.energy at the beginning of 2021, and is now on a mission to help drive the decarbonization of transport. Besides her role at ev.energy, she is also a passionate TEDx'er and has volunteered as the Co-Licensee & Curator for TEDx Covent Garden Women in London. In this interview, Kathleen talks about the challenges and benefits of having a globally dispersed team, how she approaches international marketing strategy on a startup budget, and how she has adapted the ev.energy app's value proposition for each of the company's three core markets so far: the U.K., Germany, and California. Tune in for Kathleen's great insights!   Links: energy website energy on LinkedIn energy on Facebook energy on Instagram energy on Twitter Aaron Sweet on LinkedIn Kathleen on LinkedIn  

SBS World News Radio
More dangerous and longer bushfire seasons: CSIRO

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 3:25


Globally the length of the fire season has increased by an average of two weeks, but in Australia, the season is longer by a month.

The Glossy Beauty Podcast
‘We're trying to create a cosmetic revolution': Lush's Rowena Bird on being ahead of the curve

The Glossy Beauty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 36:09


In 1989, the six co-founders of beauty brand Lush created the now-iconic bath bomb. From there, they haven't looked back. Lush was officially founded in 1995 as an ethical beauty brand, which now has nearly 1,000 global stores, 210 stores of which are in the U.S. Its bath, skin and hair products are sold via its DTC website and owned brick-and-mortar stores. Amid today's common need among beauty brands for wholesale distribution, Lush has managed to remain independent, setting its own agenda. “We're trying to create a cosmetic revolution and trying to get people [on board],” said Rowena Bird, one of the co-founders, on the latest episode of the Glossy Beauty podcast. From the start, Lush has always favored minimalism and activism. Early on, with a small budget, the company's co-founders decided to minimize excess packaging. It is a part of the brand's DNA that has been maintained to this day; now nearly 60% of Lush's products are sold without any packaging and are referred to as "naked."  Its revolutionary agenda also extends to social justice campaigns. Lush uses in-store campaigns, like a 2015 "Gay is OK" U.K.-focused campaign, as a form of social justice education for consumers. In 2015, Lush used its retail stores as billboards when launching the limited edition Love Soap, with 100% of every sale going to the Love Fund that supports the LGBTQ+ community. It raised nearly $400,000 then and recently brought the special soap back in May to inform consumers of the "Don't Say Gay" bill in Florida. In 2021, the company also took a bold stance regarding social media, after studies demonstrated the harm of social media to young people. Globally, Lush left Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat and Facebook. When someone goes to the brand's Lush Instagram page, they are confronted with nine posts forming the phrase "Be somewhere else." Despite this stance negatively impacting sales and brand awareness, Bird said, “You have to look at your ethics rather than your bank balance, and think [about] what's right to do.” Since its inception, Lush has always been ahead of the curve, and still, many innovative plans are in the pipeline. The company is continuing to reduce packaging, develop self-preserving products to protect product freshness and become a carbon-positive company.

Google Cloud Reader
Running a virtual event globally, how Gramercy Tech leveraged serverless technology

Google Cloud Reader

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 4:40


Original blog post More articles at cloud.google.com/blog

Edge of NFT Podcast
Monica Long Of Ripple, Transforming Movement, Management & Tokenization Of Value, Plus: Sean Dudly Of Animoca Brands On MotoGP, And More…

Edge of NFT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 49:14


Globally recognized as a platform that builds breakthrough crypto solutions for a world without economic borders, Ripple is a household name in the intersection of blockchain and fintech. Monica Long has been with Ripple early on and now currently serves as its General Manager. She has seen how the company built itself into the world's leading enterprise blockchain and crypto solutions provider by pioneering innovative solutions to international money transfers, central bank digital currencies, and decentralized financial services. In this episode, she talks about these, as well as recent developments, particularly the XLS-20 standard and how it benefits developers and creators. Meanwhile, Sean Dudley, VP of Product at Animoca Brands, joins in on the conversation to talk a little bit about the upcoming MotoGP Ignition Champions. Tune in and get a view of the future that's already happening in the present, both in fintech and gaming, right here on the Edge of NFT.

Press Play with Madeleine Brand
At crisis pregnancy centers, info is driven by religion, not science

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 50:27


Crisis pregnancy centers may offer free pregnancy tests, diapers, and other supplies. They aren't places where you can get abortions or even sound medical advice. Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson delivered an intimate look at former President Donald Trump's behavior during the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.  Globally, more people travel by bicycle than any other mode of transportation, according to Jody Rosen, author of “Two Wheels Good.” His book looks at the history and possible future of the machine.  Malt-forward beers are as delicious as hoppy brews, and are made from toasted and caramelized grains, like barley or wheat. The beer has a sweet and bready flavor. 

Gearbox Talk
109: DemerBox Barrow Black DB1 Speaker | Gearbox Talk | A Fun Product Review Show

Gearbox Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 11:06


Get a DemerBox Barrow Black DB1 Speaker: https://timetogowild.com/categories/outdoor-speakers Introducing The DB1 - our single speaker with unmatched sound quality, clear audio and powerful bass, now with multiple Bluetooth speaker pairing. One DemerBox is plenty to get the party started, but pair multiple* DemerBox speakers to create an outdoor sound system at your next summer pool party. *Up to (6) six DemerBox speakers can be paired together / multiple Bluetooth Speaker Pairing will not work with the original DemerBox. Incredibly Loud, Clear Sound, Powerful Bass: With crisp highs and punchy bass our professional-grade sound excels, providing the soundtrack loud enough for your outdoor adventures. Waterproof: Includes a Port Plug that installs quickly to become fully waterproof. Never worry about rain at your backyard party or the speaker falling overboard again! Stores Your Stuff: DemerBox is a waterproof case that opens to keep valuable items like your wallet, keys and phone safe and dry inside. A Crushproof Powerhouse: Built in a crush-proof Pelican case, DemerBox lasts an incredible 40 hours between charges. Plus, it has internal USB charging to keep your devices juiced up for your entire adventure! Built to Last: You don't like adding to landfills and neither do we. That's why we built a fully serviceable speaker designed with sustainability in mind. In the unlikely event that there's an issue, DemerBox can fix it. Globally tested: Each DemerBox is handbuilt in the USA with domestic and globally sourced parts and was developed from extensive durability tests on every continent and environment imaginable. Wherever you go, DemerBox has been there! Portable: DemerBox's compact size and light weight makes it easy to take anywhere. Size: 8.41” x 6.76” x 3.87” (21.4 x 17.2 x 9.8 cm); Weight: 1.34 lbs (0.6 kg) Each DemerBox includes an AC charger, 3.5mm aux cable and Port Plug. Get a DemerBox Barrow Black DB1 Speaker: https://timetogowild.com/categories/outdoor-speakers #GoWild #gearboxtalk #DemerBox #outdoorspeaker Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

2B Bolder Podcast : Career Insights for the Next Generation of Women in Business & Tech
Career Insights from a Globally Recognized Business and Marketing Innovator, International Speaker, and Author of Three Best Selling Books.

2B Bolder Podcast : Career Insights for the Next Generation of Women in Business & Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 35:22


On episode #61  of the 2B Bolder podcast,t Ekaterina Walter shares her career journey, advice, and insights from having over two decades of experience as a brand marketer and storyteller that includes a blended perspective of Fortune 500, start-up, and nonprofit environments.  Ekaterina is a globally recognized business and marketing innovator, international speaker, and author of three books, including the Wall Street Journal bestseller Think Like Zuck, The Power of Visual Storytelling, and her latest The Laws of Brand Storytelling.   Hear her secrets to success, advice on ways to advocate for yourself, skills you need to have to be successful, and ways in which you can leverage your strengths to have a fulfilling and successful career.Connect with Ekaterina Walter on LinkedInEkaterina Walter WebsiteThe 2B Bolder Podcast provides you first-hand access to some amazing women. Guests will include women from leading enterprise companies to startups, women execs, coders, account execs, engineers, doctors, and innovators.Listen to 2B Bolder for more career insights from women in tech and business Support the show

Eversheds Sutherland – Legal Insights (audio)
Digitalization soundbites: Episode 3 - Risk, Disputes and Tech Product Safety

Eversheds Sutherland – Legal Insights (audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 30:07


Ask any senior business leader about their most important priorities and it's likely that digitalization will be mentioned. Put simply, this means using new technology and data to cut costs, improve business processes or streamline customer experiences. The opportunities are great, but the risks are equally significant, and they need to be carefully managed to ensure that digitalization is a success. For many respondents of our survey, the risk of litigious and product safety related action, is a real concern. Globally, the shift in the ownership and responsibility of product risk is significantly impacting all businesses involved in manufacturing and supplying physical products. 56% of respondents told us increasing complexity made it challenging to verify the safety of their digital tech. We call it the ‘digital safety gap'. Partner James Hyde and Legal Director Peter Shervington discuss respondents' views of the key risks around digitalization, their attitudes and approaches to resolving tech disputes, and tech product safety, now and in the future.

PRI's The World
US abortion ruling reversal reverberates globally

PRI's The World

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 47:36


Efforts to expand reproductive freedom in the US in recent decades have propelled similar changes in other countries. Now that the US Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, that momentum could flip. And, the Chinese trend of made-to-order videos featuring African children often contain racist, exploitative content. A recent expose has triggered calls for this to end. Also, local farmers in Honduras turn to cashews as erratic weather patterns in Central America are leaving millions of people facing food insecurity. We need just 130 more listeners to donate $100 before July 1 to make our goal – can we count on you? Learn more and donate here.

The Fitness Business Podcast
440 The Value Proposition for Educating, Empowering and Inspiring Fit Pros Globally

The Fitness Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 25:22


Join Sarah Pellegrino as she speaks with Amy Boone Thompson, the NEW Owner & CEO of IDEA Health & Fitness Association, about her vision for the association, what to expect at this years' IDEA World Convention, and how they are working hard to provide continuing education to fitness professionals globally! “If there's something you really want, you have to put that out into the universe. I asked for this opportunity and made it a reality.” - Amy Boone Thompson REGISTER FOR IDEA WORLD CONVENTION LAS VEGAS | JULY 20 – 24, 2022

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Why large numbers of reptile species face extinction and what that means for our ecosystem

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 6:06


Globally, about 20 percent of reptile species are facing the threat of extinction. That's according to a recent study in the scientific journal "Nature." Geoff Bennett takes a deeper look now at what's driving this extinction crisis and what it could mean for the rest of the world. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

The Daily
How Worried Should We Be About Monkeypox?

The Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 22:54 Very Popular


Cases of the monkeypox virus are spreading in many countries where it has rarely, if ever, been seen before, including in the United States.Although there are a lot of unknowns about the illness, the rapidly rising number of infections has caused alarm bells to sound among public health agencies.Guest: Apoorva Mandavilli, a reporter for The New York Times, with a focus on science and global health.Want more from The Daily? For one big idea on the news each week from our team, subscribe to our newsletter. Background reading: In the U.S., the monkeypox outbreak has grown to around 80 cases. Globally, there have been about 2,000 confirmed cases.The outbreak poses a “real risk” to public health, the World Health Organization said.Here's what to know about monkeypox and the risks it poses.For more information on today's episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday. 

The Biohacking Secrets Show
EP 264: Healing Arthritis & Autoimmunity with Zumba Legend Josette Tkacik

The Biohacking Secrets Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 69:06


Globally regarded as the most successful Zumba instructor ever, and named a medical miracle for self healing advanced Rheumatoid Arthritis (without Meds), I offer myself as a guide to help you find the hero within you.   I am no guru, (the only guru you need is inside of you) but I have come thru the fire to stand as a beacon for those who seek it. I have taught heart-led business strategies for the Zumba Corporation and other large organizations. I have sat on panels with icons in the self-realization sector; and spoken at conventions and conferences all about how powerful we are. Whether you dance with me or engage in one of my guided programs, I welcome you to this sacred container.   Learn more at JosetteT.com   - Learn more about our one-on-one Biohacker Coaching program www.BiohackerCoaching.com   - Grab your free copy of The Biohacker's Guide to Upgraded Energy and Focus (just help with s/h) https://biohackersguide.com/free-guide   - Subscribe to our free email newsletter www.biohackersguide.com/energycrash    - Subscribe to The Biohacking Secrets Show podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-biohacking-secrets-show/id1139825099   Join Our Uncensored Telegram Channel for VIP Biohacking Content You Can't Get On Social

Global News Podcast
UN warns Ukraine war is causing worsening food shortages globally

Global News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 30:31 Very Popular


The World Food Programme says more than eighty million people in East Africa are facing acute food shortages. Also: a number of people killed in train derailment in southern Germany, and UEFA apologises to Liverpool and Real Madrid fans.