To my teenagers, climate change is an existential crisis. It's the end of the world as we know it. They decry the lack of serious attention and prioritization this issue has in the US. My kids ask - why don't adults care about this issue the same way that they and their friends care about it? My kids have taught me that the emphasis on personal responsibility (reduce your carbon footprint!) was supported by the fossil fuel industry, because it shifted responsibility for change from industry to individuals. Voting and emailing congress to advocate for systemic change (e.g. less reliance on fossil fuels) likely has a greater impact than recycling your newspaper. Today we find inspiration for my kids: there are adults who care deeply about this issue, particularly for older adults who are much more vulnerable to health effects of climate change. Karl Pillemer is a sociologist and gerontologist who studies this issue and has created a platform called, “Aging and Climate Change Clearinghouse,” that is a wide tent with room for older adults, researchers, and organizations. As a researcher, I found the bibliography fascinating, including this gem by the gerontologist Rick Moody on the moral obligation of older adults to address climate change. Leslie Wharton is a leader in the 26,000 member grassroots organization Elders Climate Action, which organizes older adults to create communities engaged in making a difference at local, state, and national levels. As she notes, these volunteer activities can bring meaning and purpose, in the face of a seemingly insurmountable problem, to the elders in her organization. And we talk with Ruth McDermott-Levy, who wrote a practical guide for discharge planning in the era of climate change (example - a generator safety checklist). Ruth advocates for and teaches about aging and climate change at Villanova, and calls on nurse scientists and other health researchers to study climate change. -@AlexSmithMD Additional links: JAMA paper on clinical research risks, climate change, and health Geriatric medicine in the era of climate change Health Care Without Harm: https://noharm.org/ Practice Green Health: https://practicegreenhealth.org/ Global Consortium for Climate and Health Education: https://www.publichealth.columbia.edu/research/programs/global-consortium-climate-health-education
Ellen McDermott is a performance nutritionalist, after such an insightful first episode we had to have Ellen back to go deeper into some of your nutrition questions. This chat includes some great insights into electrolytes, carbohydrate timing and loading along with caffeine and ketones! As always let us know any more questions that you have for Ellen. Check out part 1 here: https://youtu.be/-JGzN9XI3OM?si=oPlGY44JPM6T0BZj Ketones article: https://www.evoq.bike/blog/ketones-and-endurance-sports-performance Keep up with Ellen here: Instagram: @ellen_mcdnutrition Chapters: 00:00 Nutritional advice out of context 2:40 Electrolyte contribution in homemade hydration drinks 5:15 Protein requirements for cyclists 8:30 Carb delivery post training 13:37 Brendan's nationals wins and self motivation from previous success 14:51 Positive self talk 15:57 Carbs and carb loading protocol 30:38 Carbohydrates for overall health 35:12 Losing weight without losing power 39:45 Losing weight during race season 41:04 Caffeine for performance 47:37 Caffeine and other causes to cramps 50:22 How to time eating when riding after dinner 53:38 Ketones and the research around ketones 1:03:05 Outro
The Buffalo Bills enter their bye week with a disappointing 6-6 record and find themselves on the outside looking in in the race for an AFC playoff berth. The team's latest disappointing loss came on the road against the reigning NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles, as Buffalo once again couldn't hold onto a late lead and fell 37-34 in overtime. This week on the Billieve Podcast, hosts John Boccacino and Jamie D'Amico discuss whether the Bills have a Sean McDermott problem, examine the ways Buffalo's head coach is holding back his team, explore whether now is the time to make a coaching change, and make the argument for McDermott to get one more chance at proving he can lead Josh Allen and the Bills to a Super Bowl title. Subscribe to the Buffalo Rumblings podcast channel featuring Billieve, Buffalo Rumblings Q&A, Breaking Buffalo Rumblings, Code of Conduct with J. Spence, The Bruce Exclusive, The Buff Hub, Jamie D. & Big Newt, The Overreaction Podcast, Food For Thought, The Chop Up, Hump Day Hotline, Off Tackle with John Fina, Bills Mafia Time 2 Shine and Circling the Wagons: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify | Podbean | iHeartRadio | TuneIn | Megaphone Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Well this is going to a fun episode Bills Mafia. Join Matt, Robin and Mark as they discuss the Week 12 game vs the Eagles They discuss the Refs, McDermott, this offence and major talking points At least nothing can go wrong on a bye week
On this episode of Talking Buffalo, Patrick Moran is solo and takes some questions and comments on "Fan Friday" or as Patrick likes to call it----mailing in today's show. Among the topics discussed today is instant reaction to the allegations and pending arrest of star Buffalo Bills defensive end Von Miller on domestic abuse charges, the chances of Bills head coach Sean McDermott losing his job, a peak into the free agent and salary cap situation of the Bills once they get to the offseason, ranking the most season detrimental losses to this point and non-Josh Allen things to still love about the team. Patrick also gets into the Sabres not signing Patrick Kane, if Devon Levi going to Rochester is a good thing, CM Punk returning to WWE and more. Enjoy the weekend----get out and/or stay home and do some Christmas stuff! ♦♦♦♦♦ Follow Patrick Moran/Talking Buffalo Podcast Substack: Patrick Moran's Substack Twitter: @PatMoranTweets. Facebook: Talking Buffalo Podcast YouTube: Talking Buffalo Podcast YouTube Channel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Vince and Stevie D breakdown the week that wasn't really nice to their teams. The guys breakdown the JetsFalcons and touch on what the Bills need to do during the bye week. The guys handle mailbag item on MetLife turf and survive a technical glitch that had the show go offline for a minute. You would have thought this would have been the Halloween edition. This and much more on this edition of OW Sports. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/owsports/support
WKBW Sports Director Matt Bove joins Ajay Cybulski to discuss and recap this Bills vs Eagles matchup and what the team should do moving forward: Sean McDermott hot seat? Josh Allen's epic performance The refs Coaching/decision making in key situations Some Sabres talk Von Miller: Should he get less snaps? Is the season over? And a whole lot more. Follow Matt on 'X' @Matt_Bove, where he has great content. Thank you for all of the listens and enjoy the bye week Bills Mafia! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bills head coach Sean McDermott is taking some heat following the team's 6-6 start to the season. Jon and Kevin dive into McDermott's potential future, the state of the team at the bye week and more on the latest Buffalo End Zone podcast.
Zay and Teddy discuss what the Bills main problem is and who gets fired first Staley or McDermott. Michigan beat Ohio State, how does that set things up for Championship weekend? And is there a way for Texas to get into the college football playoff?
On this episode of Industrial Talk, we're onsite at Accruent Insights and chatting with Pat Newberry, Deputy Program Manager with Aptim about Global fuel maintenance in action. Here are the key takeaways: Securing operational technology with zero trust. 0:00 Palo Alto Networks offers zero trust security for operational technology, simplifying management and providing comprehensive visibility and protection. Maintenance connect and company history. 1:16 Pat Newberry discusses using Maintenance Connect at Gaylord conference. Pat has been with Aptim for 26 years, starting as a mechanical engineer and working in various roles, including with the Department of Energy. Pat is based in Denver and has been with multiple companies, including Shah, Shaw, CB and I, and McDermott, with experience in environmental engineering and infrastructure. Maintenance management for 70 military installations worldwide. 4:59 Program manager for recurring maintenance of 70 military installations in the Pacific, including Japan, Korea, Guam, and the US. Pat manages 70 facilities worldwide, including those in Japan, and they are all on maintenance connection, with 97,000 assets to manage. Pat explained that the facilities are similar in region, with the same type of valving and structure, but the maintenance is the same regardless of location, and Maintenance Connection makes it easy to do repetitive tasks and ensure consistency across all facilities. Maintenance management for military assets. 9:35 Pat has been working with maintenance connection for 2 years, with a slow transition to mobile capacity due to lack of cell service in Diego. Pushback from service members and funding agents has been a challenge, with the government organization setting boundaries and responsibilities for contractors and operating staff. Pat explains their company's asset management approach, including quarterly inspections and detailed inventory of valves and other equipment. Using Maintenance Connection for asset management. 13:26 Pat describes how they were able to customize Maintenance Connection to fit their specific needs, despite initial hesitation due to its complexity. Pat highlights the importance of finding a solution that is flexible and intuitive, allowing them to manipulate it to suit their unique requirements. Pat highlights the benefits of a common platform for managing assets, including faster issue resolution and reduced travel for engineers. Pat discusses the potential of integrating 3D scanning technology with the platform to provide more detailed information on assets. Maintenance and asset management for fuel systems worldwide. 17:44 Pat shared insights on maintenance and asset management for fuel systems worldwide. Also, get your exclusive free access to the
On this episode of Talking Buffalo, Patrick Moran is joined by PK from the Buffalo Sports Collective to discuss some of the fallout from the Buffalo Bills devastating overtime loss in Philadelphia that has their playoff lives in serious jeopardy in addition to live postgame reaction following the Buffalo Sabres road contest at the New York Rangers. Long after Jalen Hurts ran into the end zone to secure an overtime Philadelphia Eagles win over the Bills on Sunday, Patrick's still on a heater when it comes to Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott. The guys pour over mistakes McDermott continues to make, especially late in tight games that in large part could very well cost his team a playoff spot. Should McDermott get fired and will he are entirely different things. Staying on the Bills, the guys also talk about selective player accountability, atrocious special teams and some free agent disappointments that've hurt the team in 2023. They guys also discuss the Sabres road game in New York Monday night against the Rangers just minutes after it ends. That and much more. You can follow PK on Twitter @PK_BSC and check out the Buffalo Sports Collective podcast. ♦♦♦♦♦ Follow Patrick Moran/Talking Buffalo Podcast Substack: Patrick Moran's Substack Twitter: @PatMoranTweets. Facebook: Talking Buffalo Podcast YouTube: Talking Buffalo Podcast YouTube Channel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
-Did the Bills lose this game, or did the Eagles win it? -on a scale of 1-fired, how hot is McDermott's seat right now? -Defense: Con Miller, any excuse at this point for a complete lack of production? Worst Poyer and Hyde have looked on the field in a Bills uniform? -Blame Pie: How do you breakdown the 100% loss this was for the Bills? -What would you put the odds of the Bills finishing 4-1 or better? ——————— -Sabres -WWE Survivor Series/CM Punk -Shoutouts/Signoffs (End of Show)
Matt Parrino and Ryan Talbot break down everything that happened in the unbelievable Buffalo Bills loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in overtime. Josh Allen gave Buffalo the lead late in the 4th quarter and in overtime, but McDermott's defense couldn't stop Jalen Hurts. Come out to Wingnutz North Buffalo for "SHOUT!" Live on Saturday night, Dec. 2 at 6 p.m. to hang with Matt and Ryan. They'll host a live edition of the podcast and chat with everyone before and after the show. Click here for more details: https://fb.me/e/uCxZyLAyH What is the "SHOUT!" Bills text insiders? Want to join? You can get analysis from Matt and Ryan right to your phone and send texts directly to them both! Text 716-528-6727 or Click here: https://joinsubtext.com/shoutbuffalobills Sign up for the NYUP Bills newsletter! Don't miss all the Bills coverage. Head over to www.Syracuse.com/newsletters to start getting your Bills stories and the podcast delivered right to your inbox. SHOUT!" Buffalo Bills football podcast is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, and wherever you listen to podcasts Follow @MattParrino (https://twitter.com/MattParrino) and @RyanTalbotBills (https://twitter.com/RyanTalbotBills) on Twitter Find our Bills coverage wherever you like to consume social media Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/buffalobillsnyup/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/buffalobillsnyup Twitter: https://twitter.com/billsupdates Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's ESVN week #63! Emma and Bradley break down the exciting slate of week 12 NFL action, and react to the Carolina Panthers firing Frank Reich. Follow Emma and Bradley on Twitter: @EmmaVigeland @BradKAlsop
In this episode of Circling the Wagons, we recap the Buffalo Bills' loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, 37-34 in OT, in Philadelphia to go 6-6 on the season and look to the bye week for rest while their playoff hopes stay barely lit. We discuss the the officiating, McDermott losing close games, Josh Allen's MVP performance, bad drops, missed FG's by Bass, and much more! We announce the winner this week's giveaway, and we discuss our general thoughts on the game, stats of the game, plays of the game (Sweet Sassy Molassy & Gettysburg), who goes on our Wall of Fame and who goes on the Wall of Shame (and turn to Twitter for some great reaction from our followers). Listen now and Go Bills! If you like our show, tell a friend and spread the word! Email us questions, comments, or Bills stories: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Twitter: @CTWpod Like us on Facebook: Circling the Wagons: A Buffalo Bills Podcast Follow us on Instagram: CTWpod Check out our TeePublic Bills Store Get $125 for every $100 you deposit for Football @ the Best Betting Site on the Internet Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode of Talking Buffalo, Patrick Moran is admittedly demoralized, quite possibly as demoralized as the Buffalo Bills themselves after the Bills found a way to add yet another improbable loss to their resume, this time an overtime defeat to the Philadelphia Eagles that has Buffalo's 2023 season on the brink of full failure. After a dominating defensive effort in the first half the Bills defense couldn't make a stop to save their life when it mattered, and for the third time this season the Bills failed to hold a lead inside the final two minutes of the game. Patrick's got heated thoughts towards head coach Sean McDermott, both for gag jobs as defensive coordinator and head coach. It's becoming a consensus that McDermott's taken this franchise as far as their going to go, but is that enough for Terry Pegula to make a change? Patrick also talks about a bunch of missed opportunities for Buffalo to put the game away, some atrocious individual player performances and equally atrocious officiating, being outkicked and outplayed when it mattered most. Is the Buffalo Bills 2023 season officially toast? Patrick's got honest thoughts on that and plenty more. ♦♦♦♦♦ Follow Patrick Moran/Talking Buffalo Podcast Substack: Patrick Moran's Substack Twitter: @PatMoranTweets. Facebook: Talking Buffalo Podcast YouTube: Talking Buffalo Podcast YouTube Channel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Is THIS what McDermott had been babbling about all this time? We recap our big W vs the Jets by looking at the way every unit on the team genuinely supported the others around it, Joe Bradys stellar debut, the Jets lack of fight until the game was over & more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Meet Alexandra McDermott, International Book Publisher, Global Leader, and Motivational Coach at Pen Crown Publishing. As a leader, she emphasizes stepping into your power unapologetically and inspiring followership. Leadership transcends age or position—you can lead from any chair. Resilience and adaptability are the keys to converting challenges into opportunities.
Olympiacos, è fatta per Mitrou-LongZalgiris Kaunas, tentativo per Kevin Pangos?Saragozza, possibile l'uscita di Jahlil OkaforReggio Emilia, si cerca un lungo, a rischio AtkinsAnche Scafati sul mercato per un lungoVarese: infortunio McDermott, si cerca un rinforzo a gettoneTreviso, ecco Robinson e OliseviciusBrindisi, esce Mitchell, si aspetta KnightSassari, assalto a Marcus KeenePrometey, in arrivo Rob Gray con un contratto trimestraleBadalona, Deshaun Thomas potrebbe lasciareCedevita Olimpija, a rischio la panchina di Pianigiani?Questo show fa parte del network Spreaker Prime. Se sei interessato a fare pubblicità in questo podcast, contattaci su https://www.spreaker.com/show/4175169/advertisement
The final installment of the Complexity series ends this collection of interviews on a high note. In this episode, we dive deeper into the practical application of social practice theory, the optimization of transformative processes, and the value of maturity with the help of our guest, Chris McDermott (Lean Agile Coach & Principal Consultant at Contextualise) and hosts Kristof van Tomme (CEO and co-founder at Pronovix) and Marc Burgauer (Principal Consultant and Co-founder at Contextualise).
In the first part of the finale of the Complexity series, hosts Kristof Van Tomme (CEO and co-founder at Pronovix) and Marc Burgauer (Principal Consultant and Co-founder at Contextualise) interview Lean Agile coach and Contextualise co-founder, Chris McDermott who explains how he helps leaders navigate uncertainty through honest conversations, how a social science lens can benefit software development teams, and why context matters when we're adapting practices.
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How much help is too much help? When do you go from the actual worker to the visionary? And where does AI fit into all of this? Over on LinkedIn, I said using AI to write your book is like using a car to run a marathon. People took issue with that. So my friend Alastair MeDermott and I decided to have a good old fashioned debate. You'll hear a nuanced discussion around: How to think about AI assistance in writing and content creation Where AI can help versus replace in the creative process How iterative prompting can shape the AI output Whether AI will ever replicate truly original human ideas The importance of the human editorial eye in approving AI-generated content What we potentially stand to lose in fully outsourcing creative work to machines If you're feeling uncertain about how to responsibly and effectively leverage AI tools like ChatGPT in your business and content creation, don't miss this lively exchange of perspectives. Tune in now to help shape your own ethical framework.Check out Alastair's podcast over at https://therecognizedauthority.com/ ★ Support this podcast ★
What should we make of the Bills self-inflicted wounds, and should McDermott be following Ken Dorsey? We also have a little shakeup in the playoff rankings, finally, and what does that tell us? Plus we have to talk about CJ stroud being the Joe Burrow for the Texans and if he deserves MVP.
On this episode of Talking Buffalo, Patrick Moran discusses the Buffalo Bills firing of offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey on Tuesday morning--how much of it is deserves and how much of it is Dorsey being the scapegoat for bigger problems. The writing appeared to be be on the wall during Sean McDermott's post-game press conference in the minutes following their embarrassing 24-22 last second loss at home in prime time to Denver, when the Bills coach was directly critical of the offense and to some extent, Dorsey. Patrick has thoughts on the firing, concluding that it's deserved if not overdue but to simply think the team's fortunes on offense let alone overall will turnaround solely because of this move is ludricous. Patrick talks about why he thinks the head coach is the even bigger problem, though conceding it's nearly a lock McDermott's not going anywhere regardless how bad the season end. He also has thoughts on Josh Allen just not being right physically or emotionally, and Von Miller's lack of impact getting to the point that his reps may be hurting the team. That plus depression sets in on the Sabres as Tage Thompson suffers a significant injury on Tuesday and much more. Ugh. ♦♦♦♦♦ Follow Patrick Moran/Talking Buffalo Podcast Substack: Patrick Moran's Substack Twitter: @PatMoranTweets. Facebook: Talking Buffalo Podcast YouTube: Talking Buffalo Podcast YouTube Channel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's one of the msot brutal losses of the McDermott era and we talk about Dorsey's firing, 12 men on the field, and (most importantly) worms! We always say the loss episodes are way funnier than the victory ones so enjoy Kyle trying to pronounce German words! Reminder to check out our new sponsor Revolver Records! Four locations throughout Buffalo and if you go to revolverrecordsinc.com and use coupon code INTHEHUNT10 you'll get 10% off! Also, sign up for the patreon at https://www.patreon.com/inthehunt for bonus episodes and to support the pod!
In August 2013, while during research for the show, I discovered Lorraine Day, MD. It was during that first interview when I swore I would never invite her back to The Classroom. As I began to learn about natural health, I wanted to hear what she had to say. Yearly, Dr. Day would return but […]