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A special interview with Arizona Muse, Greenpeace Oceans Ambassador, founder of the charity Dirt, model and advisory board member of the US Biodynamic Demeter Alliance.---------------------------------------------------Join our Gumroad community, discover the tiers and benefits on www.gumroad.com/investinginregenag. Support our work:Share itGive a 5-star ratingBuy us a coffee… or a meal! www.Ko-fi.com/regenerativeagriculture----------------------------------------------------Arizona's journey started in the environmental bubble of Arizona in the US and led to a high-end fashion career with shows for Gucci, Prada, front covers of Vogue and more etc. Arizona was exposed to the incredible destruction of the fashion industry which awoke the activist in her. She dove deep into the issues and found solutions which all tight back to soil.More about this episode on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/arizona-muse.Find our video course on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/course.----------------------------------------------------For feedback, ideas, suggestions please contact us through Twitter @KoenvanSeijen, or get in touch through the website www.investinginregenerativeagriculture.com. Join our newsletter on www.eepurl.com/cxU33P. The above references an opinion and is for information and educational purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice.Support the show Support the show
Machine Alignment Monday 8/8/22 https://astralcodexten.substack.com/p/why-not-slow-ai-progress The Broader Fossil Fuel Community Imagine if oil companies and environmental activists were both considered part of the broader “fossil fuel community”. Exxon and Shell would be “fossil fuel capabilities”; Greenpeace and the Sierra Club would be “fossil fuel safety” - two equally beloved parts of the rich diverse tapestry of fossil fuel-related work. They would all go to the same parties - fossil fuel community parties - and maybe Greta Thunberg would get bored of protesting climate change and become a coal baron. This is how AI safety works now. AI capabilities - the work of researching bigger and better AI - is poorly differentiated from AI safety - the work of preventing AI from becoming dangerous. Two of the biggest AI safety teams are at DeepMind and OpenAI, ie the two biggest AI capabilities companies. Some labs straddle the line between capabilities and safety research. Probably the people at DeepMind and OpenAI think this makes sense. Building AIs and aligning AIs could be complementary goals, like building airplanes and preventing the airplanes from crashing. It sounds superficially plausible. But a lot of people in AI safety believe that unaligned AI could end the world, that we don't know how to align AI yet, and that our best chance is to delay superintelligent AI until we do know. Actively working on advancing AI seems like the opposite of that plan. So maybe (the argument goes) we should take a cue from the environmental activists, and be hostile towards AI companies. Nothing violent or illegal - doing violent illegal things is the best way to lose 100% of your support immediately. But maybe glare a little at your friend who goes into AI capabilities research, instead of getting excited about how cool their new project is. Or agitate for government regulation of AI - either because you trust the government to regulate wisely, or because you at least expect them to come up with burdensome rules that hamstring the industry. While there are salient examples of government regulatory failure, some regulations - like the EU's ban on GMO or the US restrictions on nuclear power - have effectively stopped their respective industries.
GUEST 1 OVERVIEW: Dr Patrick Moore has been a leader in the international environmental field for over 30 years. He is a founding member of Greenpeace and served for nine years as President of Greenpeace Canada and seven years as a Director of Greenpeace International. GUEST 2 OVERVIEW: Josephine Cashman is former Crown Prosecutor, a lawyer and businesswoman with more than two decades of experience working towards economic progress for Aboriginal people.
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Wie aus einer repräsentativen Umfrage von Greenpeace hervorgeht, achten Menschen in Deutschland beim Kleiderkauf zum ersten Mal weniger auf den Preis – und mehr auf nachhaltige Produktionsbedingungen. Damit bewegt sich das Konsumverhalten der Menschen in Deutschland gegen den weltweiten Trend in der Industrie. Von Daily Good News.
It's July 31st. This day in 1985, two divers acting on behalf of the French government planted bombs on the Greenpeace ship The Rainbow Warrior, blowing a hole in the side of the hull and sinking the vessel, killing one person on board. Jody and Niki are joined by Adam McKay to discuss the incident, the reasons that the French government attacked a private ship, and the legacy of Greenpeace's environmental activism. Sign up for our newsletter! Find out more at thisdaypod.com And don't forget about Oprahdemics, hosted by Kellie, out now from Radiotopia. This Day In Esoteric Political History is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. Your support helps foster independent, artist-owned podcasts and award-winning stories. If you want to support the show directly, you can do so on our website: ThisDayPod.com Get in touch if you have any ideas for future topics, or just want to say hello. Our website is thisdaypod.com Follow us on social @thisdaypod Our team: Jacob Feldman, Researcher/Producer; Brittani Brown, Producer; Khawla Nakua, Transcripts; music by Teen Daze and Blue Dot Sessions; Audrey Mardavich is our Executive Producer at Radiotopia
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As concerns mount over the winter's energy crisis, Shell has opted to move forwards with its Jackdaw project in the North Sea – even while Greenpeace files a case against the plan. Who knows who will prevail, but the mood music around domestic hydrocarbon production is much more positive now than it was. Damon drills into the changing energy mix in Asia, which is shifting towards a mix of coal and renewables, while largely avoiding high-priced gas. CCS is going to play a role in capturing some emissions, but it may prove a tricky road to achieve a Paris-compliant 2050 target. Finally, South Africa's government has flagged proposed changes to its power sector and, finally, making all the right noises. Liberalisation seems to be the name of the game but there are sceptics around, not least expressing concerns about the same old ANC hands continuing to oversee this new programme. About Energy Voice Energy Voice investigates and reports on what matters in global energy, helping sector leaders understand the geopolitical and economic factors underpinning current events, and giving them a view on what's coming over the horizon. Each year, 3.4m professionals use Energy Voice as a trusted source of breaking news and insight. For more information on how you can speak to those professionals across multiple platforms to build your brand and generate actionable business leads, visit energyvoice.com/content-services. For a 30 day free trial subscription to the Energy Voice website and app, visit energyvoice.com/subscriptions.
This Week’s Featured Interview: Ukraine Nuclear dangers – how many and how bad? This week, we learn how bad it could get from Edwin Lyman. He is a physicist and the Director of Nuclear Power Safety with the Union of Concerned Scientists. He specializes in nuclear proliferation, nuclear terrorism, and nuclear power safety. Lyman has...
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Steve Kretzman and Sybil discuss his involvement with combating fossil fuel development, his experiences around the world with Greenpeace and his inspiration to start an entirely new organization from scratch, called “Oil Change International.” Steve describes the path that brought him to work for the movement. He shares some first-person accounts from the front lines in Africa to underscore the human cost. Steve explains how donors can make sure they are advancing the cause rather than wasting time and resources. Episode Highlights: Steve Kretzman's journey Stories from the front line in Africa How donors can cause more time and money instead of helping the mission succeed Links: Oil change International - https://priceofoil.org Twitter @Kretzmann If you enjoyed this episode, listen to these as well: #75 The Co-Founder of Earth Day Explains His Funding Philosophy with Denis Hayes, President, Bullitt Foundation #46 An Entrepreneurial Philanthropist Takes Action on Climate Change with Tim Miller, Executive Director, PECI #12 Be Inspired to Support the Grassroots with Pam Fujita-Yuhas and Zoe Rothchild, Foundation Directors, NW Fund for the Environment Crack the Code: Sybil's Successful Guide to Philanthropy Become even better at what you do as I teach you the strategies as well as the tools you'll need to avoid mistakes and make a career out of philanthropy through my new course, Crack the Code! In this new course, you'll gain access to beautifully animated and filmed engaging videos, and many more! Check out her website with all the latest opportunities to learn from Sybil at www.doyourgood.com. Connect with Do Your Good Facebook @doyourgood Instagram @doyourgood Would you like to talk with Sybil directly? Send in your inquiries through her website www.doyourgood.com, or you can email her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org!
The extreme heat wave in western Europe over the last couple of weeks is just one of many in the Northern Hemisphere in 2022. How is global warming changing the atmosphere to make heat waves more frequent and more intense? We talk to climatologists Hannah Cloke, Friederike Otto and Efi Rousi. If we want to stabilise global warming to two degrees by the end of the century, how are we going to do that? One novel idea is to harness the world's vast railway infrastructure and equip freight and passenger trains with an additional special wagon or two. These extra cars would be designed to suck carbon dioxide out of the air, liquify it and transport it to sequestration sites. Critically all the energy to capture the carbon dioxide comes free from regenerative braking on the trains. University of Toronto chemist Geoff Ozin and Eric Bachman, founder of the start-up CO2 Rail, explain the vision. On the 40th anniversary of the International Whaling Commissions announcing an end to commercial whaling, we hear from Greenpeace co-founder Rex Weyler about the high seas campaign in the 1970s that helped prevent the extinction of the great whales. He talks about the contribution to the cause made by the discovery of whale song, and the release of humpback whale recordings as a commercial disc. And, you have probably experienced an ‘earworm' - a catchy bit of music that plays round and round in your head and won't go away – at least for a short while. But why did it pop up in the first place and how did it get stuck? CrowdScience listener Ryota in Japan wants us to dig into earworms, so presenter Datshiane Navanayagam bravely puts on her headphones to immerse herself in the world of sounds that stick. She meets with a composer of children's songs as well as music psychologists to find out if there is a special formula to creating catchy songs and probes if this musical brain quirk serves any useful purpose. Datshiane then explores whether some people are more prone to catching earworms than others. Finally, for those who find this phenomenon disturbing - she asks is there a good way of getting rid of them? Come join us down the audio wormhole - disclaimer - the BBC is not responsible for any annoying earworms caused by this broadcast. (Image: Firefighter trucks burning during a wildfire on the Mont d'Arrees, outside Brasparts, western France, 19 July 2022. Credit: LOIC VENANCE/ AFP via Getty Images)
Steve Kretzman and Sybil discuss his involvement with combating fossil fuel development, his experiences around the world with Greenpeace and his inspiration to start an entirely new organization from scratch, called “Oil Change International.” Steve describes the path that brought him to work for the movement. He shares some first-person accounts from the front lines in Africa to underscore the human cost. Steve explains how donors can make sure they are advancing the cause rather than wasting time and resources. (You can hear the full episode on Monday July 25th)
news birthdays/events job hunting? here are some no-nos! cool summer suppers news game: 4 year old trivia what famous person would you want to go get a beer with after work? pink noise is so yesterday news game: millionaire inappropriate work clothes camping/glamping news how to cool your house without using the a/c funny things people pack/take on vacation goodbye/fun facts....take a monkey to lunch day...It was created to celebrate and bring awareness to monkeys and all things simian. The Louvre Museum, National Geographic, Smithsonian Institution, Greenpeace, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, London's National Portrait Gallery, and Jane Goodall all have important roles to play today...you can visit these places virtually or in person and make a donation. Many zoos around the world celebrate the day lots of interesting activities that take place to honor the animals around the world including auctions of artwork that were created by chimps. They are intelligent primates who live alongside us, so it is important to provide them with as much care and support as we can
Ascolta questo episodio:- "A Port-au-Prince migliaia di persone intrappolate senz'acqua, cibo e cure mediche". La testimonianza di Federica Iezzi, cardiochirurga pediatrica, operatrice umanitaria di Medici Senza Frontiere.- In Rd Congo il 28 luglio il via all'asta di petrolio e gas: "Pesanti ricadute sull'ambiente" avvertono gli studiosi. Greenpeace chiede una marcia indietro, spiega Martina Borghi, responsabile campagna foreste di Greenpeace Italia.- Tunisia, il 25 luglio si vota per la "Costituzione dell'uomo solo al comando". Di Raffaello Zordan
The extreme heat wave in western Europe over the last couple of weeks is just one of many in the Northern Hemisphere in 2022. How is global warming changing the atmosphere to make heat waves more frequent and more intense? We talk to climatologists Hannah Cloke, Friederike Otto and Efi Rousi. If we want to stabilise global warming to two degrees by the end of the century, how are we going to do that? One novel idea is to harness the world's vast railway infrastructure and equip freight and passenger trains with an additional special wagon or two. These extra cars would be designed to suck carbon dioxide out of the air, liquify it and transport it to sequestration sites. Critically all the energy to capture the carbon dioxide comes free from regenerative braking on the trains. University of Toronto chemist Geoff Ozin and Eric Bachman, founder of the start-up CO2 Rail, explain the vision. On the 40th anniversary of the International Whaling Commissions announcing an end to commercial whaling, we hear from Greenpeace co-founder Rex Weyler about the high seas campaign in the 1970s that helped prevent the extinction of the great whales. He talks about the contribution to the cause made by the discovery of whale song, and the release of humpback whale recordings as a commercial disc. (Image: Firefighter trucks burning during a wildfire on the Mont d'Arrees, outside Brasparts, western France, 19 July 2022. Credit: LOIC VENANCE/ AFP via Getty Images) Presenter: Andrew Luck-Baker Producer: Andrew Luck-Baker
Greenpeace publica, con motivo del Día Internacional de la Conciencia por el Tiburón (Shark Awareness Day), un informe que revela que las flotas pesqueras de la Unión Europea de España y Portugal pescan constantemente en zonas de cría de tiburones en el Atlántico Norte utilizando palangre. Hablamos con Pilar Marcos, responsable de Océanos de la organización.Escuchar audio
Mama and I sat down to Talk about what it was like growing up in the 70s and experiencing this rush of economic prosperity and the carefree mentality she and her friends experienced pre 2000. She often shares stories with us and other than personal problems or certain worries that we are all bound to encounter in life, most of it always sounded pretty care free in comparison to our youth, who are growing up in a world where above everything there seems to be the looming topic of the climate emergency. I enjoyed this podcast so so much! I am particularly biased on this one I must say :)) but the first part of this Talk is very very wholesome, with my mother sharing snippets of what daily life was like for her as a kid, local grocery shopping, washing dishes by hand, not owning a car... Where and how they grocery shopped, which amenities they had at home, the foraging they did with their grandfather, how it was crazy luxurious to have a car, dishwasher or washing machine and how the introduction into society of so many items, that we now consider "basics", went about. She also reminisces on how different big world events were felt where she lived, like the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, the acid rain phenomenon and the major issues regarding the Ozone layer. It was very interesting to explore how different this time was regarding mentality and awareness towards environmental issues, with a lust for economic growth, the birth of overconsumption, the marketing by industries and change in behaviors as well as the first COP meetings, campaigns to save the Amazon rainforest and organizations like Greenpeace gaining traction. Towards the end it got a little emotional because sharing stories with your mother for over an hour and Talking about your climate-crisis-fears will do that to you :) but this episode felt really good and I hope that you find some value in it
Jordan and Alex dive into McLean's 1971 musical eulogy for both Buddy Holly and the '60s utopian dream. Learn about the secret choir of celebrities that sang on the chorus, the truly insane number of edits it took to stitch this 8-minute epic together, the non-Buddy Holly rock pioneer who inspired Don McLean to write it, plus the heartbreakingly tragic reason why Holly took that fatal flight in the first place. Then buckle up for their lengthy interpretation of the dense lyrical poetry — and discover how McLean's work helped launch Tupac, Gary Busey, Roberta Flack, and Greenpeace. (Though not in that order.) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dalam wawancara eksklusif VOA, PM Palestina ingatkan potensi meningkatnya militerisasi di kawasan. Ia juga yakin Arab Saudi tak akan normalisasi hubungan dengan Israel sebelum tercapai solusi dua negara. Sementara itu, Greenpeace desak Women 20 (W20) lindungi hak-hak perempuan adat.
Encore! Look for pod favourite episodes being re-released outside of the regularly scheduled show. In this episode, Kristen and Kyla talk to Sarah King, Head of the Oceans and Plastics Campaign at Greenpeace Canada, about the plastic pollution crisis. Visit the Greenpeace action page: https://www.greenpeace.org/canada/en/act/ Visit the Greenpeace plastics page: https://www.greenpeace.org/canada/en/plastic/ Leave us a voicemail! https://podinbox.com/pullback Harbinger Media Network: https://harbingermedianetwork.com Website: https://www.pullback.org/research/plasticfreejuly Twitter: https://twitter.com/PullbackPodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pullbackpodcast/?igshid=i57wwo16tjko Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PullbackPodcast/ Pullback is produced and hosted by Kristen Pue and Kyla Hewson. Logo by Rachel Beyer and Evan Vrinten.
Queenslander, QUEENSLANDER! Emerald and Tom learn that COVID isn't actually over yet, even if government support payments soon will be (5:58). Then, the LNP don't even know who they are any more since Australia broke up with them (33:53). But they sound an awful lot like the ALP? Finally, a call to action (56:47). Full video version of this episode available on https://www.youtube.com/c/SeriousDangerAU Links - Tom's “Comedy In The West” Greens fundraiser - https://victoria.greens.org.au/mari_soc_20220713 INTERNAL DEMOCRACY & PARTY EVENTS Check your inbox for voting ballots on internal elections in Vic Greens & NSW Greens - Vic state election November 2022, NSW state election March 2023 Online organising skills training workshop run by Tas Greens: https://contact-tas.greens.org.au/civicrm/event/register?id=12279&reset=1 NSW forum on reviving democracy through local politics with Sylvie and Jonno https://contact-nsw.greens.org.au/civicrm/event/register?id=12271&reset=1 Forum on decentralising power in the Qld Greens with Clare Scrine, Gemmia Burden & Jonno Sri 10am-21pm Sunday 31 July - email Gemmia via email@example.com for more details and the Zoom link ONLINE ACTIONS Email your MP about plans to transfer 20 children to a maximum security prison in WA using this form: https://socialreinvestmentwa.good.do/banksiahillaction/Banksia-hill-action/ Sign the Greenpeace petition against Woodside's North West Shelf extension: https://acthubspot.greenpeace.org.au/nws-extension?utm_medium=social&utm_term=social+share&utm_source=twitter Produced by Michael Griffin Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok and Patreon @SeriousDangerAU seriousdangerpod.comSupport the show: http://patreon.com/seriousdangerauSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
En entrevista con Luis Cárdenas para la Primera Emisión de MVS Noticias, Carlos Samayoa, campañista de agua de Greenpeace México, sobre la sequía en el país y de la declaratoria de emergencia de la Conagua y Semarnat.
'Petición de aumentar las visas de trabajo está fuera de tiempo'. ¿Por qué la prisa de vender el departamento de Peña Nieto en España?. 'Se necesita una vigilancia más estricta para cumplir las regulaciones de agua'
PBD Podcast Episode 171. In this episode, Patrick Bet-David is joined by Dr. Patrick Moore and Adam Sosnick. Get Dr. Moore's book "Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom": https://amzn.to/3yF4H8L Follow Dr. Patrick Moore on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3AK778V For more go to Dr. Moore's website: https://bit.ly/3o44CXe Text: PODCAST to 310.340.1132 to get added to the distribution list Patrick Bet-David is the founder and CEO of Valuetainment Media. He is the author of the #1 Wall Street Journal bestseller Your Next Five Moves (Simon & Schuster) and a father of 2 boys and 2 girls. He currently resides in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. To reach the Valuetainment team you can email: firstname.lastname@example.org --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pbdpodcast/support
Tony Heller is a scientist and software engineer, and runs RealClimateScience.com, in which he analyses climate change claims and debunks propaganda and alarmism using historical data and trends. I've spoken to a few great minds, such as solar physicist Valentina Zharkova and Greenpeace cofounder Patrick Moore, and the reality is that, as Tony reiterates, humans do not influence Earth's climate in any meaningful way; 700climate change has occurred for millennia; there is no evidence of significant sea-level rise; extreme weather has not been all that extreme over the last century; the Arctic and Antarctic are doing fine; and the climate change narrative has nothing to do with climate change, and everything to do with fear and control and taxation. On the topic of supposedly melting ice, Susan Crockford is a zoologist with decades of research behind her, and she has shown, over and over, that polar bears are in great shape. Tony is probably the most savage critic of climate change hysteria, and joined me for a pretty funny conversation about all of it. PLEASE SUPPORT MY WORK.
In December 2021 Oil giant Shell's plans to conduct seismic surveys off South Africa's Wild Coast to prospect for oil and gas reserves below the seabed have been temporarily halted by an online petition by environmentalists, indigenous groups, and fisheries organizations. According to a recent communiqué by Natural Justice, an organization that focuses on human rights and environmental law in Africa, Greenpeace Africa and Natural Justice have applied to join the court case, brought by the Legal Resources Centre (LRC) and Richard Spoor Attorneys on behalf of Wild Coast communities and small-scale fishers. Delme Cupido, Director for the South African Hub of Natural Justice tells us more. Produced by Shaldon Ferris (Khoisan) Voices: Delme Cupido, Director of The Southern African Hub of Natural Justice. Music: "LIBRES Y VIVAS" by MARE ADVETENCIA, used with permission. "Burn your village to the ground", by The Halluci Nation, used with permission.
Family First chief executive Bob McCoskrie sits down with the Free Speech Union's Jonathan Ayling to discuss the recent Supreme Court decision that saw his organisation lose their charity title. Bob and Jonathan dissect and challenge many aspects of the ruling, such as the assertion made by the Supreme Court that Family First's purpose "crossed the line between education and advocacy" and ask why groups such as Greenpeace haven't been subject to the same treatment. Finally Bob discusses the impact of the Supreme Court decision on the Free Speech of religious and indeed all New Zealanders and whether there is any weight to a claim that this whole exercise has been about the state silencing those with more traditionalist values www.fsu.nz/join You can find Family First @ https://familyfirst.org.nz/Support the show
Die verheerende Flut im Ahrtal liegt nur genau ein Jahr zurück. Aus diesem Anlass trifft sich Peter Wohlleben mit Gesche Jürgens und Christoph Thies von Greenpeace. Die beiden sind im letzten Jahr in die betroffene Region gereist und haben eine Studie gestartet, die beleuchtet, was man aus dieser Naturkatastrophe für die Zukunft lernen kann. Peter erörtert mit den beiden, was sie herausgefunden haben und welche Rolle der Wald und die Forstwirtschaft bei der Flut spielt und gespielt hat. Sie diskutieren, wie das Konzept Schutzwald in die Mittelgebirge kommen kann, welche Rolle das Totholz spielt und warum die sinnvolle Kombination von Tun und Lassen die Lösung des Problems sein kann.Für alle Hörer des Podcasts gibt es eine Gratis Ausgabe von Peter Wohllebens Magazin "Wohllebens Welt". Einfach hier klicken: www.geo.de/wohlleben-gratis Unsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter https://datenschutz.ad-alliance.de/podcast.html Unsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter https://art19.com/privacy. Die Datenschutzrichtlinien für Kalifornien sind unter https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info abrufbar.
This episode of #TheNewAbnormal features Gustav Martner, Head of Creative (Nordics) at Greenpeace. Having worked with numerous leading agencies (inc being Exec Creative Director , EVP (Europe) and MD (Sweden) at CP+B ), he's also been a member of numerous award juries, including The ONE Show, Art Directors Club, Cannes Lions, D&AD, and NY Festivals. Gustav has also been the Chairman of the Swedish Association of Communication Agencies and a featured speaker at conferences such as Eurobest, Web 2.0 Berlin, Hong Kong Kam Fan Awards and the TechCrunch50 in San Francisco. In addition, he's been an advisor for the Swedish government in regulatory issues related to digital media ,and co-founded 'Refugee Phones'. However, today, Gustav is Head of Creative at Greenpeace (Nordic) and you'll no doubt have seen / heard / read about his activity at the #CannesLions2022, which we discuss in this episode along with his perspectives on a wide range of issues impacting campaigning and activism, and his viewpoints on the future...
In this morning's BizNews Breakfast Briefing, our partners at the FT in London are all over Boris Johnson's resignation - and what the UK can expect next. Ahead of that, local and international stock markets lift their heads after 'Golidlocks' unemployment numbers were released last night in the US; mining guru Peter Major compares the appeal of gold with its four traditional alternatives (equities, property, cash and bonds); and Melita Steele of Greenpeace on how and why the SA State spied on the NGO - hint it opposed Zuma's proposed bankrupting nuclear deal with the Russians. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bonnie Wright and Evanna Lynch rose to fame as Ginny Weasley and Luna Lovegood in the Harry Potter series, and now use their public platforms to help change the world for the better. As an ambassador for Greenpeace, Bonnie Wright has dedicated her life to advocating for climate justice – using her influence to draw attention to the most serious environmental issues of our time, from plastic pollution to fossil fuels. In conversation with Evanna, she joined us live on stage in London tell us about Go Gently, her new book of practical advice for reducing your environmental impact and helping to ensure a sustainable future for planet Earth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hội nghị Liên Hiệp Quốc về Đại dương vừa kết thúc tại Bồ Đào Nha, với các nhà lãnh đạo cam kết bảo vệ biển và đối phó với biển đổi khí hậu. Cuộc họp cũng đề cập đến dự án mới ‘thán khí màu xanh dương' của Úc, mặc dù tổ chức tranh đấu cho môi sinh Greenpeace cảnh cáo Úc cần phải làm nhiều hơn nữa.
This week the world marks Save the Vaquita Day. Our featured article examines a threat to this critically endangered marine mammal (Phocoena sinus), a small porpoise that lives only in the Upper Gulf of California, and of which only 8 remain in the wild. Mongabay reports that a recent CITES decision lifting a prohibition on the export of captive-bred totaoba fish from Mexico could paradoxically spell disaster for vaquitas--which drown in nets that are set to capture the fish illegally, to feed a black market which will likely continue to thrive if a legal trade in farmed totoaba is established. To also read & share the story, go here: https://news.mongabay.com/2022/06/experts-fear-end-of-vaquitas-after-green-light-for-export-of-captive-bred-totoaba-fish/ Please invite your friends to subscribe to the Mongabay Newscast wherever they get podcasts, or download our free app in the Apple App Store or in the Google Store to have access to our latest episodes at your fingertips. If you enjoy this series, please visit www.patreon.com/mongabay to pledge a dollar or more to keep the show growing, Mongabay is a nonprofit media outlet and all support helps! See all our latest news from nature's frontline at Mongabay's homepage: news.mongabay.com or find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by searching for @mongabay. Photo Credit: An illustration of a vaquita. Image courtesy of Greenpeace. Please send feedback to email@example.com, and thank you for listening.
In this episode we talk with Farah Obaidullah about her life traveling our ocean planet, her years as Senior Oceans Campaigner with Greenpeace and her founding of Women4Oceans bringing gender justice and equity to the ocean community. We also discuss her work as a leading figure in the global fight for a moratorium on deep-sea mining and how that battle's proceeding. So, lots to cover and well worth the listen. Rising Tide, the Ocean Podcast is co-hosted by Blue Frontier's David Helvarg and the Inland Ocean Coalition's Vicki Nichols-Goldstein. This podcast aims to give you information, inspiration and motivation (along with a few laughs) to help understand our ocean world and make it better. The ocean is rising, and so are we!Learn more at bluefront.org
GUEST OVERVIEW: Dr Patrick Moore has been a leader in the international environmental field for over 30 years. He is a founding member of Greenpeace and served for nine years as President of Greenpeace Canada and seven years as a Director of Greenpeace International.
In a dramatic shift at the United Nations oceans conference in Lisbon this week, a series of Pacific Governments have formed an alliance to oppose deep sea mining in international waters but Greenpeace says the continued silence from the New Zealand Government on the issue is deafening. To standing ovations, a series of Pacific nations including Fiji and Samoa joined an alliance opposing deep sea mining announced by Palau on Monday. Adding to the momentum, the following day, Tuvalu, Tonga, and Guam announced their support for a halt to deep sea mining and France is now also calling for a legal and robust framework to ban deep sea mining in the high seas. But to date, the New Zealand Government has not formed a position on the issue. Joe spoke to James Hita, part of the Deep Seabed and Mining Campaign at Greenpeace Aotearoa on the matter.
GUEST OVERVIEW: Dr Patrick Moore has been a leader in the international environmental field for over 30 years. He is a founding member of Greenpeace and served for nine years as President of Greenpeace Canada and seven years as a Director of Greenpeace International.
This week on The Wire for Rāhina Monday! Joe speaks to Sara Tolbert, Associate Professor of Science and Environmental Education at the University of Canterbury, about Plastic Free July. He also talks James Hita from Greenpeace about New Zealand's silence surrounding deep sea mining. Trishil speaks to Nina Santos from MindTheGap for regular segment with OurActionStation. They talk about their mission to ensure that the pay gap is closed for women and ethnic communities. Trishil also speaks to the Green Party's Drug Reform Spokesperson Chloe Swarbrick and Dr Nicki Jackson from Alcohol HealthWatch about the Alcohol Harm Minimisation Bill. That's us for the Monday Wire!
Gideon Spanier, UK editor in chief of Campaign, is joined by deputy editor Gemma Charles and work & inspiration editor Imogen Watson to compare their experiences of Cannes Lions 2022. They discuss everything from the rain and Greenpeace's protests to the best UK work and the dominance of purpose-driven work at the advertising festival.We also to speak to the Campaign Against Living Miserably about their new campaign, ‘The Last Photo', about suicide prevention. In a joint interview, Simon Gunning, the chief executive of CALM, and Will Grundy, head of planning at Adam & Eve/DDB, explain why “suicidal doesn't always look suicidal” and the evolution of the charity's communications. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Leaders of the world's richest economies have begun meeting in the Bavarian alps for the annual G7 summit. Greenpeace, Oxfam and other NGOs are calling on G7 leaders to take greater action against climate change and global poverty, but it's the war in Ukraine and soaring energy costs which is topping the agenda.
Amerikansk høyesterett fratar millioner av kvinner retten til selvbestemt abort gjennom en historisk dom. En rekke stater er allerede i gang med å endre loven. Snart kan konverteringsterapi komme til å gi opptil seks års fengsel. Skal det bli straffbart å tilby sjelesorg? Flere byer i Nederland forbyr reklame for fossilt brensel, og Greenpeace vil at Norge skal gjøre det samme. - Et inngrep i ytringsfriheten, mener venstrepolitiker. Skolelever bør begynne med tysk og spansk fra femte klasse, mener Unge Høyre. - Det siste vi trenger er mer teori i småskolen, protesterer Senterungdommen. Hør episoden i appen NRK Radio
Hello and welcome back to "Why Are We Talking About Rabbits?" Paul Kingsnorth returns as a guest to talk about his path to Orthodoxy, what it took to get there and what Orthodoxy is in the modern world. Kingsnorth is an English writer and thinker currently living in Ireland. Growing up he was actively involved in protests, at one point going so far to chain himself to a bridge. He has worked for Greenpeace, openDemocracy, and EarthAction, is an honorary member of the Lani tribe and was infamously named one of Britain's top 10 troublemakers. He is also a recent convert to Orthodoxy. You should definitely check out Keipi Restaurant