35 Burst results for "2050"

If Only We Investigated Russia's Funding of US Anti-Fossil Fuel Groups

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:37 min | 2 months ago

If Only We Investigated Russia's Funding of US Anti-Fossil Fuel Groups

"Cool controls Joe Biden. He's a prisoner of many different groups. He's a prisoner of the teacher unions. He's a prisoner of Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson. Every decision that this administration makes is because of an order given by a group that either helped get him into office that helped implement him into office or that is currently giving him cover fire or is a backbone of the Democrat regime. Well, let's read what one of his, let's say, wardens, believe in because he's a prisoner of somebody. You go to Greenpeace dot org. It says real zero. What is hashtag real zero? Great question Greenpeace writes, first let's start out with net zero a term you've probably heard before. Burn now pay later. Nations of the world pledged in 2015 Paris climate agreement to collectively achieve net zero carbon emissions, globally by 2050. Climate scientists say we must hit net zero to avoid climate catastrophe. It's a goal we should all support. The term net zero is also being exploited by governments and corporations who are using it as smoke screen to keep burning phosphor fuel fossil fuels via a loophole called carbon offset credits. So instead, they want real zero, not net zero. The only way out of the climate crisis is to get to net zero. Real zero equals net zero minus offsets. It means reducing and stopping all carbon emissions before they are put into the atmosphere. It means full speed ahead to a transformation of our energy and transport systems to 100% renewable sources. This is Greenpeace dot org. No more fossil fuel burning, no offsetting scams. This is the website you can see it for yourself. It's Greenpeace dot org. Sierra club is very similar. Now again, we've gone through in great detail, the evidence that shows that Russia has been funding green energy groups. We should be having criminal investigations into how Russia has been covertly funding of these anti fossil fuel groups, the hill dot com calls for this. Investigate Russia's covert funding of U.S. anti fossil fuel groups makes you wonder how successful the green energy groups would have been, the last couple years, if our government actually spent time investigating legitimate Russian collusion instead of whether or not Donald Trump had any sort of ties to the Russian Kremlin, which of course he didn't.

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The Sad, Disturbing Truth About the Rise in the Price of Energy

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | 2 months ago

The Sad, Disturbing Truth About the Rise in the Price of Energy

"You must be to want to hurt people so that you could have a desired potential utopian objective on the backside. That's exactly what this regime is doing. The Biden regime is telling the people of America. Look, we understand that you might have to go into debt. We understand you're going to have to spend money you don't have. We understand this might break the back of your business, but don't you understand how beautiful it will be because then we can usher in solar panels on cars and we could just be happier. Thanks to that. Now I'm all for innovation in the space of trying to have renewable energy. But isn't it interesting how they're not able to convince us to use renewable energy without actually having to break fossil fuels first? That by definition is not a natural transformation. They are intervening. They want to get to what 2040 or 2050 carbon neutral emissions or whatever zero net emissions or whatever nonsense that they're publishing, but why is that? They truly believe that the industrial economy powered by natural gas, fuel and nuclear power. By the way, they never want to talk about nuclear power that just shows the fraud that they are. They believe that it's so bad for the aesthetic of the environment. It's so bad for nature that they must crush human beings being able to flourish so that they can achieve some sort of abstract distant, hard to define ideological agenda. And this is not happened overnight.

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John Kerry's Financial Crusade on Oil and Gas

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:07 min | 4 months ago

John Kerry's Financial Crusade on Oil and Gas

"So let me go back to my question then, how did John Kerry force, I don't know, sitting Citibank to not loan money to an energy companies. Look, there's a lot of pressure that carry can bring to bear from the government. I mean, he is Biden's, I forget what his title is. Is there the climate guru, the climate guy for Biden? He carries a lot of weight in The White House. And he's going around at these banks saying, look, we've got control of the House. We've got control of the Senate. We've got the presidency. If you don't tow the line, if you don't get on board with this, not only are you going to have adverse reactions from investors like BlackRock state street and Vanguard that no huge amounts of these public companies these publicly held banks. And they're all pushing the ESG investment criteria, not only will you have pressure from them, but you'll have pressure from the federal government. So they all kind of freeze our hands up in the air and said, all right, we're going to commit to this carbon neutrality by 2050 and try and convince everybody we're super good people and in the meantime we'll destroy the American fossil fuel sector.

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How Rep. Gary Palmer Is Ramping up the Policy Team

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:37 min | 4 months ago

How Rep. Gary Palmer Is Ramping up the Policy Team

"How are you ramping up the policy team and the committee for the next cycle of elections and just really in general, educating our members more on policy than just a speech in a bumper sticker kind of answer? As you know, I brought back, I brought something into the policy committee. We hadn't had before. And that was the guide to the issues so that every member regardless of what committee thereon can speak intelligently on key issues. But I think the thing that we got to do. And you didn't say it this way, but the bottom line is when we get back in the majority we have to govern and we have to do the hard things. And I think our members genuinely want to do the right thing, I don't know that they fully understand that if we do what needs to be done, it's going to cost us something. You don't achieve greatness doing easy things. And I think it's going to come really around three things and it's one thing though. And that security. We've got to address national security and that includes securing the border and dealing with China and Russia. The other, though, is community security. People need to feel like that they can drive down the street or walk down a sidewalk and be safe that they're safe in their homes that their kids are safe in their schools that they can shop and stores that don't have to board up their windows to keep from being rated by looters. Community security is a huge thing. And then you really touched on this a good bit at the beginning. And that's individual security. People need to feel secure in the fact that they can have good healthcare that they can afford. And that successful that they're in charge of decision making for their own children, that their jobs are not going to be threatened by some government mandate. That they could walk into work on a Monday morning and said, well, you haven't done this government mandate whether it's vaccination or anything else. So you're fired. So it's really going to come down to security. And then last thing on the personal security is is we've got to address some of the long-term issues related to our debt. We're on pace by 2050 when your kids your grandkids will be out in the workforce of having our debt to twice as big as our entire economy. That's not workable.

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"2050" Discussed on Hack

Hack

05:19 min | 7 months ago

"2050" Discussed on Hack

"Was tim. Wilson who is the federal assistant energy minister hack. We have services like tender bobble in haines helping the general population by love. But once you want something a little more specific on triple j all right. This is hack. Let's move onto something completely different. The different nations dating upset of popping up. Obviously there are. The mainland's teamed up on and hinge but more super selective groups are getting on dating apps to find love like private school students particular religious communities all the app which is just fit people but do these apps actually work. The who cops stay. Salman has been looking into it on dating outs on and off. You know all the usual ones for like a few years and stuff. This is khloe a personal trainer from sydney and she's looking to date a very specific type of passing being an athlete. Always wanna stay my best shape. And i feel like it's you know it's really attractive when you find someone who cares about what they look like. I actually my profile plays onto. Woke me if you don't train at the gym. You're gonna waste time going to be slightly open. If i have the ads in the dark as someone who superfan super-busy close game to find someone who's on level but she's seger spending time swiping through all the major apps like tinder fumble and he's trying to find them. Sorry shay decided to give a name stating appa guard. One specifically for fit people are in late. Cold feet defy it. Conduct narrowed everyone down like a specific population. People that are having interest in fitness people that appreciate getting up in the morning doing something productive and cleric saved a heaps of time as well and it's been a lot easier to match people and have more meaningful data conversations. Join us to be like. Oh do you like. What do you like training and stuff like. It's kind of just like an automatic flow of questions. It's is like an automatic connection that time saving thing that koi was talking about was exactly. Why stephen mansfield wanted to create the app resort. Serious problem out there. The people that live an active loss stop and that problem was time. They don't wanna be seeing swapping through the mainstream dining apps which saturated with people that don't even mate the most basic common need and shed that same valley or online dining the most popularized connect for quite a while since two thousand ten's don't to brady. Robots is a senior research at monash university studies social science and he says over the past couple of years. There's been a huge rise in people using the dating apps. Are i think this is an example of people getting fatigued of apps and not having success around the world over two hundred million people use an online dating service every month and apparently team to has fifty million uses. Sorry if you're in a major city that's a lotta swiping at a lot of time trying to find someone that you might have something in common weeds. Having many hundreds of matches or many hundreds of people in local areas can feel very overwhelming people. So the idea of having a few options and choices that somehow our mickley soda can be very appealing people around so around jan wealth and income. These things yeah. There's pretty much dating everyone now. There's a dating up for gluten. Free singles fitto glavas. The country minded people of people with facial head fit every type of religion for people who a private school educated all super-rich like luxy by created this at school greater community for people who actually want to go or validating. This is ralph. They marketing manager and by quality dating hanes people and more than two hundred thousand dollars. I would say like it can komo. There is a sense of accomplishment. Audit actually have established themselves and many women actually want an equally successful partner. And whether it's money. All fitness. Stephen reckons sharing a similar lifestyle or having. Something in common is the k. To finding love my washed. She's heavily into fitness and saw line. We both have been since we started our relationship and it's it's been super successful because of that looking back at bypass relationship being with people that that don't mean that why of law from it didn't work out. Brady's worried that people in each dating apps will miss the opportunity to connect with someone. Different all someone that they normally wouldn't meet chances to connect with people experiences not to face about that theory. She's pretty excited about the date. She has coming out. I definitely go to he lined up. That i would be interested desperately to say and it's not even like my age group. Which is mick started spray. hack on triple. Jack does where he was vijay. Salman and you can hear more on the podcast or you can listen on your way on sunday nights these off six and relationships show. Thanks so much for listening to this episode of hack. I'll catch you next time..

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"2050" Discussed on Hack

Hack

08:00 min | 7 months ago

"2050" Discussed on Hack

"Government's plan ease lady at two hundred fifty. I'm going to be in my fifties. That's a really really long time away. And what we actually see in action. Now we're already seeing the impacts of climate change now with bush fires and so many other horrible things So we need action del rey. He's one of thousands of young australians. You've been pushing stronger leadership on climate change the past few years and she says today's announcement doesn't really change how they feel. It is really frustrating. And i think being young kids about climate. It's easy to be really angry at. I'll government because they've had so long to solve this crisis and tie alive so he kind of had to rely on these adults who aren't actually doing anything so twenty. It's just too late. It's just not good enough and the science is telling us the same thing. scientists nori. How much warming comes from. Hp bit of emissions we put into the atmosphere and how much more we can put in. It's what's known as the carbon budget and we are spending lost. We can estimate for example have much carbon can be emitted by humans to avoi- two degrees of warming or how much carbon committed by humans to avoid one and a half three four professor. Andrew pitman is a director of these trailing research council center of excellence for climate extremes. Us w the name of the paris agreement is to cape global warming to well below two degrees and preferably to one point five degrees. The science basically said george one and a half degrees. You get a net zero in effect success time which these basically possible. But it's absolutely case. We're still able to limit warming to two degrees but the difference between warming from where we are now one and a half degrees and warming where we are now and two degrees is enormous progressive. Hitmen says it's a good thing that the government is committing to net zero but was still too far behind so the first thing to say it's a welcome development that australian government is signing up to zero by twenty fifty. The problem is that needed to happen. Five years ago to be consistent with most of the rest of the world is doing. He thinks that the australian government should have increased their twenty targets. The twenty six to twenty eight percent. Emissions reduction is not consistent ways limiting warming to the one or two degrees. It lacks ambition most important from my personal perspective. It lasts the triggers to drive the economic transformation. Necessary and professor statement says the science is clear the econ- keep using fossil fuels like the government. Said it will. If you're going to stop the planet from hating up. If you want to avoid two degrees you have to leave the call. In the grand fascinations people pacific islander painful for communities in our who And have been facing the impacts of climate change for some time now too often. We've done the least 'cause this crisis we benefit the least from the industries that fueling the crisis And and we have the biggest role to play in building the solutions. Emilia self is a bunch of lung woman and the national director of the seed indigenous youth climate network. She agrees with professor payment. That australia needs to be doing more transition to renewables instead of keeping the coal and gas industries going but she says the government needs to be doing more to prepare those communities for transition. If you're talking about action on climate change like you know the future of calling gas copy of part of that and and when you when you want to look at the communities communities mining communities Have been saying this as well. You know they're worried about their each of these communities that have Have kept the lots one for the nation and the least we can do to say thank you is gives them some security about that. Chuck hack triple j joe lhota with that story. We still with federal assistant energy minister tim wilson talking to us about the government's net zero by twenty fifty plan which was released today and minister one. Big criticism is that you haven't actually legislated these target into lol why not. We'll firstly because that targets. Nate to be sick by governments. And that's what we've done today. None of the states. Many of the states haven't legislated their targets marshall the countries. Don't legislate day targets because when you do that what you actually do is empower people to make decisions outside of the parliament. It just take a bill that was introduced in the parliament. Loss g body independent member for ringa. She introduced a bill with a legislative. Target that empowered bureaucrats to literally vetoed the parliament of australia on climate. Change to talk about that came to talk about your net. Zero foot in the uk is one country which has legislated an zero target by twenty fifty and a lot of critics and scientists and experts in this field assaying without that kind of guaranteeing lull. How can we australians be. She'll you'll actually make those commitments and get zero twenty-fifty well that's why we have the plan because it actually outlines The money investment That we're going into leave to make sure that we can lead this transition And we go back to the point overwhelming majority of the one hundred ninety three countries that have actually made commitments to zero by twenty fifty. I think only about five that have legislated because the focus is on how we can use technology And of course use public money to invest in building that future because it's the outcome that matters not the intention too much obviously the outcome that matters. But how can we be sure that it will actually happen. What what is actually saying he. Yup we will actually make this commitment and get there by fifty well. That's what one hundred thirty page plan that we released today actually goes through step by step in terms of technologies which can be utilized to drive down emissions reduction and build jobs and growth full future generations because every country on it needs to harness the power of as technologies. So that can be part of the solution as you know attacking. We can't cut emissions isolation when other countries through so because it's competitive because it helps him prevail living standards and of course in make sure that we take care of our environment as well. Have you decided to not legislate it because you're worried members of the nationals. Who your involvement with. I'm not going to vote with you. And we'll cross the full. But now as i said before the reason that we don't want that pathways because it actually empowers people to make decisions outside of the parliament. I'm a democrat. I'm proudly a democrat. And i think that these decision should be taken by the parliament of australia based on Informed decisions and of course in what's going to drive the transformation which is going to build the jobs of the future and of course cutout greenhouse gas emissions. Tim wilson. The prime minister is going to glasgow a couple of days. A you worried about how. Australia will be behind a lot of other countries. A lot of our biggest allies when it comes to your climate change plan not the united states as he had exactly this. I'm emissions reduction target as we had until very recently. They've cut their emissions by ten percent. We've caught out by twenty percent. They have judging the commitment based on their intent. Not outcomes focused on outcomes and we have a very proud legacy so many countries new zealand has barely touched their emissions. Despite having all the best intent way focused on what the outcome is going to be delivered. And what you'll find when people go to glasgow's how many foreign governments are looking not just at our comprehensive plan but in addition to that how we're utilizing technology is a solution because a lot of poor countries need competitive technology their emissions and be part of this solution to tim wilson. We do need to move on. I really appreciate you chatting. Toss on hack. Thank you so much. That.

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"2050" Discussed on Hack

Hack

07:01 min | 7 months ago

"2050" Discussed on Hack

"This is an abc. Podcast the vein about fourteen long and annoying years of politicians arguing and three prime ministers to get to the day when the government finally commits to some kind of climate policy target to get to nezira carbon emissions by twenty fifty for the last couple of weeks. We've been waiting to say the plan for how the government will get there while it argues a lot among itself and we went to get that but the pm got up and said i'll plan is actually based on the policies. We've already got there wasn't much that was new in it. Hello avenue dies. See and on these episode of hack. We're going to break down the government's net zero taga full. You will speak to administer about it as well and will he. What scientists and young people think about this so-called plan to deal with climate change for your future says is actually wynn bombs on triple j so in it's your target is what world latest heavy grade is how to deal with climate change and the devastating effects of it. It's basically balancing the scales so figuring out how to stop producing greenhouse gas emissions and taking the existing ones out of the atmosphere to get zero. Now the government is said. We'll do that by twenty fifty something. Lots of countries will already doing and today. It's put out. Its yet plan to do that. But it still includes coal a fossil fuel which makes climate change worse and there's no new investments in things like renewable energy komi. What do you think is this enough to deal with. Comet change one hundred five three six shalala madore reports. It was more highly anticipated than a new harry potter novel. But if you're hoping for wizardry and witchcraft from this new climate plan you'd be left wanting the new plan for twenty fifty is pretty much exactly like harold plan. He's prime minister scott morrison. It's about delivering results. Through technology not taxes it will not shut down a coal gas production or exports. It will not cost jobs not in finding farming monning guests. So how are we planning to. Achieve net zero. As emissions reduction minister angus taylor said there are few main elements. The first is through the government's existing technology roadmap which relies on what they say a low emissions technologies like gas hydrogen and carbon capture and storage. A largely unproven technology by the way loose plan is practically achievable pathway for australia to reach knits zero. Five twenty fifty. We'll drive down. Emissions bought forty percent. And then there's the contentious one offset that's way greenhouse emissions us still released but the balanced out with projects that draw emissions out of the atmosphere. We see gripe potential for the use of offsets whether it's in soil. Carbon land sequestration carbon capture and storage and high integrity offsets with their knives. He in the asia pacific carbon sequestration is using trees in the natural environment to suck up kaban in the air other countries use of sets too. But critics say it's a loophole that lets big. Polluters continue polluting. Offsets provide the opportunity to further reduce emissions by ten to twenty percent. The government said the plan for twenty fifty would create sixty two thousand jobs in mining and heavy industry. Though they haven't said how exactly they said. The plan will be reviewed every five years to that will monitor the socio economic impact airplanes. We like just be measuring. The fact that will be reducing emissions will be measuring the fact that we're creating jobs this twenty-fifty target might seem pretty momentous. First stralia because we've been debating it for so long. But as the leader of the grains adam band says other countries around the world have moved beyond it. Scott morrison is going to be laughed out of the room at glasgow. More than one hundred and forty countries have already increased their twenty thirty targets in the late up to glasgow because that's kind of the point of the conference in australia. We're hedging our bets. We will our commitment when it comes to out pledge that we might and took to the last election of twenty six to twenty percents. The pam says we weren't change twenty thirty target even though will achieve deepa cuts and we'll get it with emissions reductions. We believe about thirty five percent. Yes so we're expected to cut emissions by thirty to thirty five percent in the next decade. That's because of three reasons. Firstly it's because of renewable projects because regular folks are really into rooftop sola. I is the wrap it up type of renewables particularly sola in recent you so we will lead us on song one. In four houses. No other country in the world is at that level. Secondly australians have found their own ways to cut how much energy we use. Energy efficiency has played an important role role of business and households in driving energy efficiency using new and emerging technologies and then there's changes to lend us with scaled back on land clearing which means more trace to suck up carbon because the role that foam applied in that has a very significant contributions. All of this is going to cost a fair bit and it's not likely to be the end of it either. The pam signaled that there'd be more cash for the regions as we get closer to the election. Which has to happen by the middle of next year. Why so much cash for the regions you ask in one word politics within the coalition the nationals. We diligently went through the process as always said to make sure that it was something that was looked after regional areas a few members of the national party who largely represent regional electorates oxo kane on net zero until today that included the leader of the nets. Who's also the deputy prime minister. Barnaby joyce we're not in the liberal party room in the nationals room and we will make a national decision and we won't to be held hostage to what other people may wish it's fair to say that labor in the grains aren't too impressed by the government's emissions plan which they say is lacking in detail and ambition the labor's waiting till after glasgow to release. Its own plan. So we're not quite sure what's in that either of in more detail. Fortune cookies than the document released by the government. Today government has had close to nine years to tell the country how it's going to cut pollution and on the eve of the most critical con summit. We've had for very long time. They can't do it hat on triple game tomorrow with that story. A lot of people getting in touch bobbio in brisbane says bloody hell. This plan wouldn't even get a pass in year eight geography someone else. We need to adopt regenerative agriculture yet. Text meal thoughts. What do you think of the government's plan to get to know zero by twenty fifty. Do you feel like it's enough to deal with climate. Change four three nine seven. Five seven triple five. Let's talk to someone from the federal government. Now tim wilson is the assistant.

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Climate Change Could Push 200 Million People to Move by 2050

Newscast - Africa

00:53 sec | 8 months ago

Climate Change Could Push 200 Million People to Move by 2050

"The mall bank one that reduced agricultural production water scarcity weisensee levels and other adverse effects of climate change could cause up to two sixteen million people to migrate within their own countries by twenty fifty. The washington-based development lender had released a report in two thousand eighteen covering climate changes effects on migration in south asia. Latin america and sub saharan africa and projected one forty. Three million people could move in those regions by twenty fifty throughout bank vice-president for sustainable development georgian vote gala. Says is important to note that this protection is not cast in stone. He says of countries start to reduce greenhouse gases closed development gaps restore vital ecosystems and how people adapt internal climate migration cook thirties by up to eighty percent to forty four million people by twenty fifty

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Report: Climate Change Could Move 200 Million People by 2050

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Report: Climate Change Could Move 200 Million People by 2050

"New research from of the World Bank warns climate change may lead to major movements of people the study by the nonprofit ground swell for the World Bank finds climate change could push more than two hundred million people to leave their homes in the next three decades increased migration hot spots unless urgent action is taken to use global emissions I'm bridge the development gap the research also examines how the impacts of slow onset climate change such as water scarcity decreasing crop productivity and rising sea levels could lead to millions of what the report describes as climate migrants by twenty fifty I'm Charles collect as mom

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Biden Administration Sound Alarm Over U.N. Climate Report and Urge Swift Action

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00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Biden Administration Sound Alarm Over U.N. Climate Report and Urge Swift Action

"President, Biden says we need to keep an eye out on the climate and the environment. He issued a dire warning on Monday after a bombshell. United Nations report on climate change came out. It claims that global warming is already causing extreme weather. And the world will heat up by 2.7 degrees by the year 2040. That's actually a decade sooner than originally thought. This news comes amid record heatwaves and wildfires and flooding all around the world, including here in the United States. Scientists say the Arctic is likely to be ice free before the year. 2050 and experts say the only possible saving Greece would be cutting emissions of greenhouse gases. The president warned that doing nothing is only adding to the problem, which he calls a crisis.

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'Code Red': U.N. Scientists Warn of Worsening Global Warming

News, Traffic and Weather

01:56 min | 10 months ago

'Code Red': U.N. Scientists Warn of Worsening Global Warming

"On climate change is issuing a code red for all of humanity. It is indisputable that human activities are causing climate changed. And making extreme weather events more frequent and severe United Nations Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change chairman posts only there, says the study has clear conclusions. NBC's Alex Stone joining us on the coma, Newsline and Alex, hundreds of scientists are saying the world is facing and experiencing climate change is that it's not seen in thousands of years. That's right. 234 scientists looking at data over three years and not a huge surprise, and that we keep hearing from firefighters that something Is changing in the West that every year Now we have these mega fires burning, killing people, and they admitted it scares them. I was out last week with a Cal fire hand crew, and they admit the way that fires are burning in California is really worrisome right now link to all of them. We haven't had enough rain nothing near what we're used to. So with what's coming It's going to be a big season, and I hope it doesn't impact anybody. And so today that you went out with this new report, and it is scientists around the world bottom line. The reports saying that all evidence shows that the impacts that we're seeing globally are directly related to global warming from human activity in greenhouse gas output. Colbert is a co chair of the panel to put out the report. And, she says it's sobering. What's new in this report is that we can now attribute many more changes at the global and regional levels to human influence. And better project future changes. We'll see from different amounts of emissions. And the last time the U. N did a report like this was 2013. She says that that it finds that we have messed up the planet so much the global service temperatures will keep rising until at least 2050, regardless of what humans do right now, if we cut off all emissions, everything that's hurting the environment that's still until 2050 numbers would be going up. So

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EU Lawmakers Approve Deal on Climate Neutrality by 2050

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 11 months ago

EU Lawmakers Approve Deal on Climate Neutrality by 2050

"European lawmakers have approved a climate rule making the bloc's commitment to reach climate neutrality by twenty fifty a binding obligation under the law the E. you will also commit yourself to an intermediate target of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by at least fifty five percent by twenty thirty compared to nineteen ninety levels world leaders agreed six years ago in Paris to keep the global warming increase to below three point six degrees Fahrenheit and ideally no more than two point seven at by the end of the century scientists say countries will miss both of these goals by a wide margin unless drastic steps are taken to begin cutting greenhouse gas emissions I'm Charles the last month

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Artists Create E-Waste 'Mount Recyclemore' for G7

BBC World Service

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Artists Create E-Waste 'Mount Recyclemore' for G7

"Prepared to meet in Cornwall in southwest England, a huge sculpture of their heads in the style of Mount Rushmore in the U. S has been built close to where they're staying. Named. Mount Recycle more. It hopes to highlight the environmental damage caused by throwing away electronic devices. Our reporter. Steffi Apprentice has more. It's one of America's most iconic monuments. The Mount Rushmore National Memorial features the heads of four U. S presidents carved into the rock face in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Now ahead of the G seven meeting and looming more than two stories high. The faces of Boris Johnson, Emmanuel Macron, Joe Biden and Angela Merkel stare out across the Cornish landscape constructed entirely of bits of metal circuit boards, TV screens and smartphones. They're joined by you should Asuka Mario Draghi and Justin Trudeau to make the mountain structure close to the hotel where world leaders will be staying in the English countryside. These people who live near the G seven summit venue, watch the faces being built seen it develop over the last few days, and it's what they've done is schism. Amazing. I think it's a good way of Sort of highlighting just how much the waste there is in the oceans, and hopefully we'll send a good message over to G seven leaders just about we really need to clean the planet up artists Joe Russian Alex Wreckage say they created the sculpture to highlight the huge amount of tech and gadgets that go UN recycled globally each year, with Joe explaining the logic behind depicting the world leaders united They like more to talk to each other and work out a plan that isn't just shifting the problem from one country to another, but actually is a plan. We will work on together, which is how to deal with this waste and how to stop producing so much waste and how to recycle things in these. All these issues have got to be dealt with globally. They can't be dealt with nationally because that's where the problem is. According to the UN at the 53 Million tons of electronic waste generated globally each year, will more than double by 2050, making it the fastest growing waste stream in the world. The artists are hoping their mount recycling more will galvanize the world leaders to tackle the problem. The

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"2050" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"2050" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"A stage name not too long ago. Two years ago. I anita stage name so i did change restaurant and i've done several adult films that i have produced myself. Bruin promoted myself one the original and was climb restaurant mountain. The other one was took a walk. Your backyard late last night by kortan and i also took some voices and our space with last offer sas set says i forget. I'm trying to remember what. I called it. But i'd sure i'd have to go back. I have it in my in my film library. My dull film library. And maybe you've seen it you wouldn't have been able to see it unless you send away for it and i think we sold you know a few hundred and we're still selling it so by all means and way forward if you want to and i think you should. It's called cecil space blasts offer. Says they like martin. Mars says or something. I forget last off from. That's last offer marcescens space and I was very proud of that film. I was very proud of it. And i know that members of my family actually did crew on. And that's why i want to talk to you. My cousin jeff doubters on the line right now in tell city california and jeff. I know that you're sorta let's not make it into a big joke or anything could do that man. I did lights. The lights on sex in the space. I remember that and i also did some of the white edge on took took took a walk in the backyard right. And when you're the lights on that we we filmed that at Thraw city right trump city productions which is in redondo beach il. Are you like aware of 'cause. I don't hear a lot of people in the family talking about all this stuff i'm doing. I mean i have made movies. Are you aware of how. I mean famous. I've gotten i don't i don't i don't know never mind you know. Never mind well. I just wanted to say okay. That was my cousin. jeff doubter. who has worked on. Some of my films did he. Did he did crew last summer when we do target took a walk in your backyard and he did a little bit of light grand pulling cable on he was a grip any and that's the other thing about do adult films. Everybody wants to make a joke out of very final job that you do. And he's a grip and he's pulling cable is he's all got like going. Yeah check it out. I'm i'm pulling it. You know so. It was a tough tough difficult. Shoot but i was very proud of took a walk in your backyard late last night. About quarter ten. I am very proud of clamorous rod mountain But you know. I mean That those only that. I remember. Because i've been traumatized in my life I started out. Don't films. I was living at my mom and dad's house because i used to do parties and i was a dj an mc. I had a rubber chicken. And i had a giant bow tie that lit up and i would do do dance parties. Chris stands party and those didn't go that well. Because i was so attractive to women i wanted women hanging around like the wife of one of the dudes that hired me for the party. Wanted to end yes. I did allow her to climb. Climb the climb the rod and so that got me fired from that job also killed Then i started a class Where i could teach men how to accept. The fact that they're women would be better if their marriages would be better if they just allowed their wives to assess with me and i know it sounds weird to a lot of you who are listening right now on chris norton show but i can assure you that it was a very intense.

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"2050" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"2050" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"That we know this is forced this is slave labor these are internment camps and it's not okay the un just again check. Listen to that podcast. Change your politics. You just had a meeting and you. We do have some people who are still on the human rights bandwagon. Who really care about this and the risk that you know nobody benny. Un human rights folks have not been into china since two thousand and five so there was an furnace. there was one company. And i don't recall the name right now. One solar manufacturer that just allowed in observers to demonstrate that they didn't have right and that's be assets like when north korea malaria every night. But at least they were making a there was a charm offensive to address this but it by no means is industry wide so i think that charm offensive was actually some china's said. Hey don't do this. They did anyway really. China was saying it play. So they're doing that's a whole game. They're they're showing you what you want to see and they can't you know when you talk to people. This is what we could do. Some you know. We could basically make sure that we're not getting those solar panels so you can't at the adoption rates that they're telling you to adopt for solar wing because that's the technologies we have in place now so it's it's massive adoption. It's ramping up. Everything possibly can in the near term with existing technology solar win so easily. Be buying all these from china now and the fact that fifty percents of the world's solar panels are coming from john. John you just. You're just enabling this one of the what's interesting is like shelling who is a nuclear advocate from the environmental perspective in. He pointed out that there is a significant part of the decline. Cost of manufacturing solar panels actually came from the labor arbitrage china. Which if you if you all of a sudden said hey. We're gonna boycott chinese solar because the supply chain is just too toxic. You could actually see some of that efficiency. comeback Solar panels in albany or arizona. Where they actually make ten cents. The cost of manufacturing rely well and that we have so we have a use solar company and ugly officer. They're advocating for. This is made here but it is. I guess is extremely energy intensive on and that's why they use the some of the big coal power plants in china and we're gonna get to this report assumes that they won't be using any coal in china So they're using these these these corporate plans to make these solar panels with forced labor Flood the market so people say that solar panels and wind have gone down in price. They made it there. They have cheap labor. There's a reason why we outsource to china businesses. Do but at the point where it's forced labor you're not paying for anything of course sheep this will have to change. I don't i do think these voices are growing. I don't think that the folks this is a the pushback training has on stage denied. They say of course no. We don't have any human rights abuses. We don't know what you're talking about. I mean it's the entire provinces dijon registration camps so that doesn't hate muslim league. I mean so it's really really disturbing. It's disturbing that doesn't get as much attention in stage. And then if the chinese you this a super interesting because the the gentleman there who put the chain perspective he does say the defense says while you know they did this in germany. Hitler had these. Can they like this so you know like well. Other countries said it and another fine. It's it wasn't okay then not okay now and it and it's twenty twenty one so i if the. Us was doing this. I sure hope would be called. Or and i don't want this happening. You know i mean so. Nothing of countries have stuff under the taking place we wind up he's internment camps in world war two which everyone would agree are horrific now at the time they rationalize and justified. We can't allow that. And i think is interesting because it's like well to climate crisis is so bad now. It's like well you know so bad now so we gotta do it now and then. We'll sort of deal with that problem later. I what what's the point of having a world. If you i mean the humanitarian issues are really real and you this whole thing with china which five and talks of like letting them eat our lunch. This is letting them eat lunch. So he finding alternative making other countries go and this is why is rising up. This issues bubbling because they Their make the bulk of the semiconductors and their major issue. And so if taiwan wanted to go or if you wanted to go after them this year they would cause problems and so. These issues are not going away whether it's solo parents john or anything else. They t shirts. You name whatever's made there. It's a it's a real issue and it's not going to go away anytime i mean. I mean the list of examples of insane energy policy outcomes is long. So you can't build gaslight lens in the northeast so what. you end up with. Russian allen g tankers parked in boston during the winter. To have spikes you want you know clean and renewable power. So you import. Cheney solar panel panels questionable supply chain. But you won't allow a high voltage transmission line in from canada into the northeast to allow for an expansion of really good baseload. Hydropower into the northeast. Couso nimby concerns. I mean of these problems like let's say for example lithium mining nevada. Their people pushing back on that. So it's insane these nimby issues here that prevent us from having stable secure energy and we're allowing these things abroad that people just sort of you know just letting happen. I think just it's it's sort of a virtual reality. I think that's just what i wanna ground in reality. These reports the reaction. I was getting from peers and folks on twitter. We're just that it was bananas. And i just don't know how as exercise is interesting. It does bother me. This was done at the request of president of the cop. Twenty six seven in the uk which sounds to me like the uk's company trying to validate their own pulses. They're doing. It also makes me question what fatigue parole given that. He has a you know the way he used to talk about you. Shell t paroles the head of nf energy agency but the way you stop at you shale the way he was very bullish on you a shell in understanding it and you know this big pivot now on open to an interview last night so i was just curious to where this was coming from this big pivot now on doing all this. It doesn't seem it doesn't make sense right. It's not grounded in reality and they become an advocacy organization in that means that their data suffer stuff that people spend thousands of dollars a year on their multi. I would say you may start having a russian because you're either You typically don't you can't be both right. And so then you have servicing their funding whether getting their funding and and who's pushing this stuff because what's the point of really doing it but the we're not doing renewables and saying you can't have it was you can't do this but it is. If beyond complex and it's going to be extremely messy. Something's gonna work some things. You're not going to work. But i guarantee you the scenario it you you. Which is the sunday. This will not work. You will bankrupt economies and fifty probability. You may not solve the problem. You're trying to actually saw him. And you may you're gonna exasperate. You're relying china for this much way. Need oh and assumes that china is complying with all their power. I think trying to convince us. Although syllabi honest with without the coal power it's not possible rousseau's cofer covert.

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"2050" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"2050" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"I mean the fact that you're telling people stop investing in foster basically telling you through this report Investing fossils now end in the greatest thing. Is this price album crack. The price outlook is amazing. Because in twenty twenty one. They're saying thirty five dollar oil one. It's not thirty five dollar oil in twenty twenty one. But that's what they're putting in this. And so there presumption for all to work is very very low prices which doesn't actually work as everybody. Their dog is going to be using prices. Like mad So this whole like they zero right in. Its by the way this target is is basically is exercise partly too so. Give them credit for that. Exercise is basically saying we can do this. You know this is how we t- net zero by twenty fifty and here's how we go by doing. And they're losing. We do have the tools Walks even if has the technologies are ready to deploy immediately. They will be ready to play by twenty thirty five and lead invoicing everything now the numbers for solar and wins that they put in. Nfl is a little disturbing for me because they're banking to get to these numbers which is a fifty percent probability to hit their degree celsius targets that they want to prevent the catastrophe lives. Assumed with with hitting a tutoring number tate. Their mobile targets. They have a fifty percent probability so half so they can be wrong so you can work all his way trillions and trillions of dollars spent. Do all of this end your progress when fifty percent. They're actually going to achieve it. That to me is very very scary and it's not that i'm criticizing that stuff doesn't need to be done. It's that you have to be more predictable. And the reason oil and gas guys get so frustrated with this is because they are number of people they don't work in fifty percent probability world. We can't go well to present probability that it's going to pan out at the dry holes and you have four miles but the point is that you know. I think there's russians about. We know that that is bad for the environment. But we don't measure it the same way. We don't have a perfect methane emissions chart that we do for mobile theater mission so investors now attended focus on co two emissions as opposed to methane even a metheny supposing thirty times you know. We're for the environment more concentrated but it stays atmosphere Bless long so that you can have a greater impact on now but the so all these technologies everything's proposed essentially ramp plane ramp-up solar and don't invest in any fossils at all anymore and then you basically decline off this so the problem with that. Is that the international energy forum. So that the i. Iea an opec We talked about the state of their form in february. This isn't this wasn't the answer that came out of that. The forum the international energy for forum. And i did not come out and say. Stop investing fossil fuels today. They said in fact we're going to. We're gonna have a big price bike if we don't invest in fossil fuels and even even spencer dale which we talked about the podcast Bp said think the investment community does not understand exactly climate understanding itchy pressures and everything in the fact that just because we're declining demand doesn't need crude oil so the problem with reports like this is they will be taken. I think one of the few that read with irene out which is the international renewable energy agency which essentially said that. We already said this. Before we can do this super easy peasy ball-by-ball didn't say easy peasy. They'd say it's hard but that we can do this but they've gotten i mean everyone basically just said this is just. This is kind of ridiculous. I mean you're probably giving too much credibility understatement of all time. Opec said that it lead to volatility volatility put because they show their market going out but even then doing end is reduced to twenty four million barrels per day so and they say they use two thousand nineteen levels so they say ninety million in two thousand eighteen. We are not a ninety million resume demand. Okay we probably ninety seven ninety eight million barrels a day demand if were absorbing these barrels. So let's say ninety seven so you're going from nine hundred million dollars twenty four million barrels a day in a pretty short time period. I mean our this is needed in the previous forecast. We looked at which they said we need to be best basically like they of one. They say we need to do that. By your down to sixty seven million barrels a day by twenty thirty the demand crunch on this is it's so big. Yes they also so. This report is free. You can check it out on their website. They also have all these. They came out with electric vehicle report and everything and they say that we've had massive electric vehicle sales. You know twenty twenty great. We've had tried go by us car now like you can't get used car. You can't get a new car but you can't give us car because everybody wants. Some and traffic is at all time highs. Nobody's taking public transportation anymore. I mean the economy's reopening public transportation. I think that there's patterson risks in some of these infrastructure bills for for biden because the covid is changed people's affection toward public transport end. That can go way. Nothing that will go and we won't get back to normal but it doesn't right now. People want to drive their own vehicles from you and you can't buy a bicycle either. Which is interesting so i walk everywhere in denver but the point is like just so their price outlook is really interesting in it's extremely low And the fact that they put in there they also put it in their adoption of solar and wind. And so it's it's huge. They said it's equivalent to building out. Basically they tell everyone you have to put all your money now. You're investing really really hardcore right now in doing things immediately to make these changes in that. You have to be adopting huge. It's like six hundred sixty. What gigawatts of wind massive massive adoption is basically the queant to twenty twenty times. Or we're doing right now so you're building also not once. Did they mention in this report about the the sole pan bing. Nature's john and i say this because this is real dental was slightly to build this really growing the fact that in fact the reports like this saying that you have to do this now. When are we going. Hear the environmental community. Come out and say we'd probably need to pivot to wind in the near term if we want hit these targets because eighty percent of the world solar panels are coming from china at least fifty percent of them are coming from john john and.

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Stop New Oil Investments to Hit Net-Zero Emissions, IEA Says

1A

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Stop New Oil Investments to Hit Net-Zero Emissions, IEA Says

"A report by the International Energy Agency says immediate action is needed if the world aims to me climate goals. By the year 2050 more on this from NPR's Rob Schmitz. The reports suggest ending investments in new coal mines, oil and gas wells as part of an overall reshaping of the global energy sector in order to meet ambitious carbon emissions reduction goals. Paris based agency has determined there is a narrow but viable pathway for building a global energy sector with net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. Several countries, including the U. S and the European Union, have pledged to achieve net zero emissions by mid century. The IAEA report laid out 400 steps needed to transform L energies produced, transported and used, including seizing investments in new fossil fuel supply projects and ended the sale of internal combustion engine cars by 2035. A four fold increase in the deployment of solar and wind power. Rob Schmitz. NPR NEWS Berlin

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"2050" Discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"2050" Discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

"Hundred plus tower cranes that are up in the city. The next closest rival is washington. Dc with forty five. So if you can't see that there is aid building evolution happening and that the future of toronto is being built right now. Then you're just not looking so you need to understand that. This is one of those things and i've been saying this for many years. Change is painful. Not changing is fatal. And if we don't as a city build enough properties for the people who are supposed to become a here in in just again maybe overbuilt rather than fight every development. It's going to make everything it's literally going to make everything for everyone else a lot easier. If there's enough places for everyone the live. And i want this to be a very balanced building process so i wanna actually have the city of toronto and ontario for that matter exploring large plots of land and talking about built a bringing in three d. printing machine and building houses for four thousand dollars. This is all stuff that is happening in some parts of the us already and again building a house for four thousand dollars. Can you imagine if you are again. You know just starting off in life or you just you just want a tiny house you want something to call your own They can build these things in two days. You would basically be an again. I've got this figured out in my head. I don't think that the city or the province is gonna put me in charge of the stuff. Why because my ideas are focused on things that actually work And the in not pleasing Lobbyists and things like that so because of that of course you might never see this happen but here is the way it should look if it was done properly. The city would obviously the city of the province. Would have you know a large piece of land. That they'd be either bought or that they own And what they're able to do then is they're able to construct properties on that land and it becomes sort of a free hold Townhouse situation where you would basically own the home. You have the ability to own the home and of course you know for four thousand dollars Not saying everybody has that in their bank accounts but for a lot of people It wouldn't be the hardest thing to come up with You know four thousand dollars or to finance that again. That could possibly be a lot easier than what the current amount per unit years. Which i believe is something to the effect of Two or three hundred thousand dollars per unit to build a four supportive housing something like that. I don't have the exact numbers in front of me but again let me get back to it. So basically the city owns the land in you. Rent the land from them but the property itself the house you own it which means if you decide that you want to live in that house for five years and you decide you want to sell the property. Depending on what kind of loans there are could be a situation where you might be not able to just sell. The property might have to be sold back to somebody on the list. Don't know how all that one work yet again. That's not what. I do. Full time but i do think about this stuff because i do think about wanting to give people who don't have access to everything equally. I wanna make sure that they have some equal access to things And the fact is my wife is blind. And i essentially have the Ability to sort of see what she sees. And i and i and we talk about in detail What it is that she would have to be doing in her life if if she for example you know didn't have me helping her and she was Depending on for example the city or owed esp or any of that kind of stuff in. It's a really hard decision to be able to make for anybody who is going through that. So imagine having those extra choices imagine having again even condos that are built in that way were they were. The people can't own the units and this is one of the biggest complaints. I think there is is that the rental prices in toronto And many parts of ontario mostly toronto Again are very unaffordable. And they've been so for about a decade so to be able to Move against that. There has to be a lot more supply to be able to. you know. Knocked down the demand but this is the rent goes whoever owns that property is gonna always be able to ask for as much as they want especially when the unit is empty they can ask for as much rent as they want so to to understand that and i've actually seen reports of this where there are some suggestions that Rents in in toronto right. Now that are in the two thousands could possibly be as high as in the fourth thousands by twenty forty so to give people who have the ability to get started on ownership and to be able to start a new life. This is again. What i hope might happen from again. All the activity. That's happening the That's happening in our city. And of course this is all part of the future toronto and seeing what's going to happen. Twenty thirty twenty four and twenty fifty and again. I'm i'm i look forward to it because again you've been in two thousand you know you can't really always see very far ahead but the fact is there is some exciting stuff. There is some good stuff. That's happening. And i do hope as a result of again all the all the cranes in the sky That we can come up with some again. Some good alternative solutions that come from all that building because there's a lot of money involved in that building process that is not cheap to build all those buildings those builders are paying levies. There's a lot of other things so if there's a way for you know two hundred cranes in the sky there. If there's a way to put two hundred cranes in the sky there's a way to also put enough properties in in place where even in some Developments in recently the the the city's bought a couple of old hotels That they're using for Supportive housing which again. I think is a great idea for them to keep doing that. in buying up for example old hotels retrofitting them or old buildings And turning them into you know again affordable housing and again affordable and accessible for everyone which means not just one particular group. I want the people who are again like young people who are just starting out People who are having a hard time in life. I want people this again. People with disabilities. I would like for seniors disabilities for those to be the for the for the most vulnerable to be on the first priority for this and this is really important because even during covid we've seen that seniors and the disabilities in those with disabilities have not been put i And i believe that for a society to run properly. You have to take care of you most vulnerable first and then of course everyone else thereafter. But if we're not taking care of those especially the long term care people at seniors my in again the disabled the most vulnerable of all And we're not in a position where we should be making any other moves until we get that straight so. I'm hoping that this starts a little bit of a conversation. You want to add to make sure you text me. Six four seven seven nine to five six five eight or visit me at real estate. Podcast show dot com. Thanks for tuning..

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FDA Moves to Ban Menthol Cigarettes and Flavored Tobacco Products

First Light

02:12 min | 1 year ago

FDA Moves to Ban Menthol Cigarettes and Flavored Tobacco Products

"Light up plans are underway by the Food and Drug Administration to ban menthol flavored cigarettes and all flavored cigars more from Kathy Foster. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the U. S. And One study, conducted by the Food and Drug Administration found that a ban on mental cigarettes could potentially save more than 630,000 lives by 2050 acting FDA Commissioner Janet Woodcock says Because of that, the next year the FDA plans to work toward issuing tobacco products standards that will be in mental and cigarettes. And ban all flavors, including mental in cigars, Woodcock says banning mental the last allowable flavor and banning all flavors in cigars will help save lives, adding methanol acts like a drug when smoked aesthetic properties and qualities that help mask the harshness and irritation of tobacco smoke. Flavored tobacco, including flavors found in some cigars and cigarillos make smoking more appealing by reducing initial aversive responses, according to the latest available statistics released by the CDC. More than a third of all cigarettes sold in the United States were mental flavored. Studies also show that methanol can especially believe young people to become regular smokers, since the flavors may make it easier for beginners to try tobacco. Furthermore, FDA tobacco products Director Mitch Zeller says this Right. The tremendous progress made getting people to stop smoking over the past 55 years. The progress has not been experienced by everyone. Equally. 85% of all black smokers use mental cigarettes. Compared to just 30% of white smokers. And while we've seen declines and mental cigarette use among non Hispanic white use, we have not seen the same declines. And youth from communities of color. The potential band would only apply to keep the products off the market but would not apply to individual possession or use the tobacco industry and its allies are making it clear they plan to put up a challenge. And while the FDA hopes to have the band in place within the next year, it must first go through at number of hurdles, including legal challenges, public comment and even the White House

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How Biden's Emissions Plan Will Affect How You Eat

Austin's Morning News

01:33 min | 1 year ago

How Biden's Emissions Plan Will Affect How You Eat

"Climate plan could limits you to just eating one burger a month, making cost you about $3.5000 a year in taxes and force you to spend about 55 grand on an electric car. The experts say that this plan could crush American jobs. Yet Joe Biden announced the goal is to cut emissions by 2030 compared to the 2005 levels and start a two day climate summit started that yesterday wraps up today and he vowed the plan which would set the US on a path to zero emissions economy and by no later than 2050 would create jobs and boost the economy, he says. But he has yet to release any firm details on exactly how much that plan will affect our daily lives of ordinary Americans, and it could prompt some sweeping changes that could affect how Americans eat, drive and even heat their homes. Let me explain. Part of the plan calls for cutting your red meat consumption by 90% on animal products by 50%. Americans would have to cut their red meat consumption by a whopping 90% to cut their consumption of other animal based foods in half, Gradually making those changes my 2030 and you could see a diet related greenhouse gas emissions they save reduced by 50%, according to a study from Michigan University. Not to do that you as an American would only be able to consume about £4 of red meat per year a year a year. That's 40.18 ounces per day. He quits the it equates to consuming roughly on average on average sized burger per month. I see

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Sea Level Rise a Major Threat to San Francisco

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Sea Level Rise a Major Threat to San Francisco

"All over the bay Area by 2050 In less than 30 years. Projections show floodwaters swamping bridges, infrastructure and entire neighborhoods. KQED science reporter Kevin Starke has been following this story as part of the Pulitzer Centers nationwide. Connected Coastlines Reporting Initiative and Kevin East Palo Alto specifically, is one community really susceptible to sea level rise in the Bay Area. How much of a threat is this? Well, already Half of the city lies in a federal flood zone. It's bound by water on three sides, the Bay and the San Francis Skeeto Creek. And it's located in the South Bay, where tides of the highest during bad storms the city already regularly experience is flooding. The average high tide in the bay is going in one direction. It's up. Scientific projections show up to a couple feet of sea level rise by mid century, and then the rate of rise could dramatically increase beyond that, so this is truly an existential threat for the community and his power out there. Great and this isn't just about sea level rise right? There are larger social forces at play here, too. Absolutely. The community is roughly two thirds Latino, has a sizable population from the Pacific Islands. In fact, we interviewed people who emigrated to East Palo Alto from places like Samoa and Tonga, in part to get away from flooding and climate change on the islands on me to find that it is an issue here along the bay, so the effects of climate change disproportionately impact communities like East Palo Alto. Many people in the community that we spoke with talk about the cost of housing. There's been a lot of pressure. There is Facebook and Google and other big companies have built campuses nearby. Yet East Palo Alto is this

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Israel Appears to Confirm Cyberattack on Iran Nuclear Facility

PBS NewsHour

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Israel Appears to Confirm Cyberattack on Iran Nuclear Facility

"A major explosion disabled parts of Iran's uranium enrichment facility at Natanz south of Tehran. Iran quickly blamed Israel as John Yang tells us this also comes is in direct talks between the U. S and Iran over the 2050 nuclear deal are set to resume later this week. The facility was knocked off line just hours after launching its new advanced centrifuges. Tehran said Sunday's blackout at the Natanz facility, considered a centerpiece of Iran's uranium enrichment program had caused a fire. They called it an act of nuclear terrorism and blamed Israel on all the various sources confirmed that the Zionist regime was behind this incident, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Natanz would be rebuilt to more quickly enrich uranium state media quartered him is saying Zionist wanted to take revenge against the Iranian people for their success on the path of lifting sanctions. And he said Iran will take revenge for this action in Israel media widely reported that the country's spy agency orchestrated the sabotage even though officials have not claimed responsibility. But speaking in Jerusalem today, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel would never permit Iran to have a nuclear weapon. I will never allow Iran to obtain the nuclear capability to carry out its genocidal goal of eliminating Israel. And Israel will continue to defend itself against Iran's aggression and terrorism. Hostility between the two countries has played out in recent years. There were serious of clandestine attacks from a mysterious explosion at Natanz last July to November's death of the Iranian scientists who launched the nuclear program decades ago. And Iran intern is carried out its own attacks on at least two Israeli owned cargo ships.

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Ports of Tacoma, Seattle commit to a goal of zero emissions by 2050

News, Traffic and Weather

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Ports of Tacoma, Seattle commit to a goal of zero emissions by 2050

"Cargo ships. Another ocean going vessels make up nearly 60% of harmful emissions at Northwest ports, so they're working to bring those emissions to zero in less than 30 years. Carrie Brown, environmental director for the Port of Vancouver, BC says they're also working On a transition to cleaner rail, trucking and port equipment. It's also important to consider that port authorities have limited control and influence over these activities. And we'll need to work with government to inform the right policies that promote both clean technology and reinforce competitiveness, Port terminals and Seattle and Tacoma have already made some changes like shore powers of ships can plug in and Turn off their diesel engines while docked. They also acknowledge the changes will require a lot of money and likely some new

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Offshore Wind Project Off Martha’s Vineyard Nears Approval

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Offshore Wind Project Off Martha’s Vineyard Nears Approval

"Setting up with the Biden administration hopes will be a model for a sharp increase in offshore wind energy development along the East Coast. The vineyard. Wind projects south of Martha's Vineyard near Cape Cod would create 800 megawatts of electricity enough to power 400,000 homes in New England. That's your money. Now we check your money, a 2050 past each other

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US, Canada pledge to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050

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00:23 sec | 1 year ago

US, Canada pledge to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050

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Car Talk

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"2050" Discussed on Car Talk

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"2050" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"2050" Discussed on Car Talk

"You. A tire and possibly a wheel is driving around with the tires laughing. I've made it a policy. That i will never ever stop to try to change a flat tire because i tried to do it once. And just the the wind of the semis. That will going by me. Was enough to scare the hell. Well he didn't realize that you're supposed to pull over into the breakdown lane pool right. Pull over in the fast lane though. I'll tell you one thing if you leave that spare at home you'd have a flat a day. Maybe not but the paranoia would get you would constantly be worried about ties. You would never once get in the car with a walking all around it and surveying each one of the tires. You'd begin to lose your hair. I can go back. All kinds of things would happen is to do stuff you go down to your local miata dealer and you buy the little luggage rack that fits on the trunk lid. Have you ever seen that. It's chrome and you can put a nice big milk box on it with bungee cords and you can fit anything you want on top of it and you then keep the tire and not have all this power neue or either that i get the continental tire i thought of that but it was too tacky and i didn't think you'd like it. Trade in this little sardine can get a real car. O get serious. This car is perfect. It isn't if it were perfect. He wouldn't be calling is trying to get rid of the spare tire spare tire. Don't you take one of the seats out the passenger seat. But i'd be reluctant to take the spare tire out on a long-term basis. I mean i. Don't i don't even know if i have spare right. But i travel with the expectation that their. That's why i think the the luggage rack on the back deck. It's really actually very nice. It looks pretty and it does what you want. Leave the severe in via little chrome luggage wreck. Oh yeah the milk box and the bungee cords steph. Okay i got the lead like one eight car talk on one. Eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five low. You're on car talk. Hi this is sharon from boston. Hi karen boston. Wouldn't you like to know but let's go ahead. Two thousand one dodge caravan. se it runs. Fine one with me. You're going to look at gauges that read. No numbers on the digital. The gas is empty. The engines cold. And we're going one hundred and twenty miles an hour. So what do you think. My problem is suing your entire instrument. Cluster is out not the lights not the lights but both the gauges don't read that correct. Yeah well it could be a fuse of. Check the fuse we ask. Some people have climbed over different fuse boxes from under the hood under the dash is what under the hood. God knows routes that any other ideas. Yeah you probably need an instrument cluster okay. Clusters of instruments close cluster. It's it's the fourth day of christmas. Third or cluster of instruments. Whatever but i think. That's what you need eric. Good and the easiest thing to do is just just go and buy a used one. The you already. So that makes sense exactly your way you lived. We tell you where to go but not going to tell you now you probably wanna tell us where to go make plain you know me. Yeah well. she's but you typified most bostonians. I think where do you live. You're right they're gonna let me anyway. Doing only good junkyards. Jp junkyards a disappearance value Environmental developments just running that to extinction. Y'all get the phone book. Oh you'll find one but you you mechanics going find one take too late local gas station the place where you get your vehicle service and tell them you think you need an instrument cluster. Good thank you for that great tip. I'm so knowledgeable. Now you can check your car deck my brother of the minute eric. Thanks so much. Bye-bye eight eight carts. That's eight eight eight to those. Jp women they interesting to seven eight to five five lawyer on this louis from jp. Hello your car talk guys. This is jeff from louisville colorado. How are you to from leadville. Yeah we live up here to about ten thousand one hundred fifty two feet in the mountains and it is doing here. I have an eighty five subaru. He'll wagon that. I bought for three hundred bucks. It's kind of around. How i called you guys because i didn't want to spend more than i paid for the car. Six car and a toll free call so far. You ain't spent nothing exactly how many miles on this beast. It's got about two hundred nine thousand miles on it in the summertime. It runs like a champ but now that it's full-fledged winter up here whenever get colder it's funny. I fired up in the morning. Let it warm up just for a little bit a minute two minutes just so it'll go carbureted of course and as i leave the street i drive up the hill to the cross street. You go to work or go to school. And as soon as i point the car until starts to kinda sputter. And i have one of the cylinders. I have this terrible exhaust leak. That happened after i was going. I shouldn't have gone off road with the summer. And i know that one of the cylinders doesn't fire because exhaustively tells me so So it's running on three cylinders. Most of the time and then once i start going up the hill didn't just kind of putters and sputters to stop and it drives me crazy discovered that i can pull over and take the top to the air cleaner box off and it's got a little bit of fuel in there that i dry out and just let the air cleaner i guess dry out and then after a couple of minutes of that and it'll get going again so and the other vehicle you drive when you're not driving this beauty That's my wife your wife's car. Yeah it's ninety five. It's a honda. Civic the fuel injection and it goes just. No problem is no complaints if you drive a fuel injected car all of these things are managed for you by by the computer. You don't have to worry about back in the old days the old days when they made your car and i started doing this show back in the seventies you had to caress and caudal and cater to a car. You couldn't just get in it and drive it yet to learn how to throw it neutral when you came to a stop light so wouldn't stall out yet gas and gently when you want to accelerate from a dead stop. There are all kinds of tricks. You had to learn how those were the good old days my brother because he's lhasa carbonated car. But it could be that your choke is simply set to rich and what's happening is you're not when you try to accelerate when the engine is not warmed up to choke has an opened enough but enough aaron So there's too much shula obviously and then when you let it live up so so i am and you need air baby so i think what you need to do is lean out to choke if you look on that on the carburetor. I believe there's a a choke adjustment on the side or three screws you have to loosely. You can turn the whole by metallic gizmo the housing hosted by metallic strip. And as you do that you'll see the choky the clothes more which case you're going in the wrong direction or you'll see open more. Which means you going in the right direction. Unfortunately you have to do this in the snow. The cold yeah. i mean. it's pretty hard to choke too much. It just won't start. You'll pump the gas and turn the key and it won't start. If you go to rich it'll start little flat out so you have to find a happy medium and to like every two days alternative. I you can install a hand choke by on a motorcycle riding on a motorcycle. Or i was thinking more along more so you start the thing up in the choke position and then as you as you see the engine of feelings and starting to stumble because it's either to richard to lean you can just choke in and make it leaner and you say oh that did it. It's running better off leading leading out doesn't make it run better. You pull on the thing and make the choke closed more and enriching the mixture. And it'll run better. Yeah i've just go down to your local Auto store auto parts store. And they'll have one they will. They'll have a show kit. Oh yeah.

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Car Talk

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"2050" Discussed on Car Talk

"Even though my yachties everywhere. The it's time to prune the family tree whenever they hear us say it. This is npr support for this podcast and the following message come from the american jewish world service working together for more than thirty years to build a more just and equitable world. Learn more at age. Aws dot org. hey it's me again. Just a reminder that if you haven't pledged yet your local station now is a great time to do it. Why because you're listening to car talk so we know you won't miss anything important in your station is counting on you. And they're literally waiting to hear from you. You can play online right now by going to donate dot. Npr dot org slash car. Talk that dot npr dot org slash car. Talk thanks hot. We're back listen to car. Talk with us. Click and clack the tap brothers and we hit a discuss cars car repair and of course the new old puzzle. Yeah here it is. Imagine the scene fellows driving across the desert in nevada when all of a sudden he finds himself in urgent need of a haircut. Hm i gotta take a wicked hit cut. I'll never make it to the next exit. So he finds himself in desperate to hit could he takes the next exit exit four eleven a little one horse town named horse town one horse nevada and as luck would have it in one horse. Nevada there are two barber shops so we s decide which one to go do for his haircut. Our travel goes to barbershop number one and looks in the window. There are no customers in the barbershop. The barbershop his kind of messy and even the bar who was the only one in the places kind of messy too. He's unshaven a lousy shirt on his hair in the floor and even his hair cut his lousy guy. Says maybe i should check out the other barber shop in one horse. He moses along which is what you don't want us to vada you'd have to mosey because there's nothing else to do. He arise barbershop number. Two looks in the window looks terrific. It's nice and neat and clean the mirrors of clean and shine no air on the floor. Even the barber himself looks neat and well groomed and he has a great haircut white little jacket on of course with the home in the scissors in the pocket. Name wasn't mr anyway. The question very simply is based on the information that you have. Which barbershop do you think he goes to. And why they go and if you read on the back those nice new spacious twenty dollar bills and send it to us at puzzled tower car. Talk plaza boxed thirty five hundred harvard square cambridge. Our fish city matt zero two two three eight all you can send money electronically although we prefer this method by writing are answering a tornado bill and e mailing it to car talk dot com about we have said for many years right it on the back of a twenty dollar bill and we get in the mail the other day. Look at this a twenty dollar bill. A real twenty dollar bill. You sure and daniel trae from emmett's berg maryland. Because he put a little stick on the corner with his return address and right over andrew jackson's face he writes clicking clock. The topic brothers post office box square did the and in the right corner. He puts that stamp outright onto the twenty dollar bill on the back. The answer to the puzzle are now the magic of this is that is not that he sent it. Nobody's stolen didn't steal and it's miraculous enough that it made it. All the way from maryland to cambridge massachusetts but to have made it through the offices of dewey cheat on how. That's an even bigger miracle that anything just thought you know it can be done. Yes and for all those companies say. Don't send cash. You know they say you can pay by. Check it only. Can we accept only cash so if you wanna do this it is possible and if everyone within the sound of my voice sends us a twenty dollar bill in this way. Forget about the puzzle. The puzzle has got nothing to do with it. You wanna t shirt will send you a lousy t shirt. You send us the twenty. We'll send you the t shirt that's come out that way know just sentenced to twenty one. I don't wanna make any promises. I don't want to have the responsibility of bookmark if you'd like to call us. The number is one eight eight eight. That's eight two two seven eight two five five although you're on car. Talk death from oakland steph. As in stephanie. Stephanie stephan got it definitely. Want people to think you're stiffened so you call yourself just steph along the guy along. Well stephanie is a rather pretentious name. You must admit it gets more confusing because my real name. Stephen but if you pay off the end from the end it becomes steph. Okay never mind fine fine. If that's how it is that's good. So what's on your mind where I have a miatas mazda. Miata them the kind that comes with the trunk lead. But there's nothing underneath the trunk. Space so i keep looking Suspiciously at this. You know spare tire. That's in there. The small spare tire. That's not nearly small enough to suit me and thinking. Wow to lose that to gain some extra space because you know. I was going sailing for a couple of days and i had to go to the marina. Make three trip pair of shoes. You couldn't put them in the trunk right. Exactly what your question is then. You're wondering how likely is it that you can have a flat. Remove the spare. Well you never get a flat until you take spare out of that trunk. Fifteen years since. I've had a flat off. That was the worst thing you could have done is to say those words. Yeah vote the blowout. I my first thought was i saw that. You know the aerosol flat exit the store at that sounds too that's true that's smaller than the tire. Wouldn't it be great if ties added water to tonight then you have to carry on five gallons of water. Oh maybe gas. I don't know but it's just a thought. Well that's that's an interesting idea. Isn't it since that little can of stuff is in fact smaller than the tire. Why not just use a little cata stuff because the stuff doesn't always work because most of the time that you it usually you don't get a flat tire usually when when you have a flattest because you've had a blow out of some kind and once the tire comes off the rim or the be breaks off the rim. It's unlikely that that stuff is gonna fix it. The possibility of courses if the space is that valuable to you take the flat team so you get a flat. Just keep driving driving on the rim. No mean the truth is you could drive. You can drive on the rims and it'll cost.

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"2050" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"2050" Discussed on Car Talk

"Doesn't ping it doesn't then it idols. Really rough right not show. Here's the deal. Okay first of all sisters right. This car was designed to run on ninety seven. Plus octane okay. You can't buy that anymore. Except if you buy the octane boost but even that it's six bucks a pop doesn't actually do the trick. They can retire the timing but they should first of all check to see if for example. You have a stock certificate advance. But i suspect you. Don't i'm gonna cut right to the chase what you need to do. Is you need to have somebody fashioned for you a water injection system for this car. What i like it. What you have is excessive build up of carbon and crud on your pistons And i think what's happening is because you have this build up of carbon on the pistons. Your compression ratio is even higher than the manufacturer ever intended it to be and that's causing additional ping. Now if i ask what your sister about a water inject they would certainly now. They will know what they might diesel. Engines use it and they might be able to fashion something Alternatively you could try to find a manifold intake manifold from a later model grandville or whatever. They later mortar. 455 rather that has an e. g. r. valve eeg valve gas circulation to retrofit. This engine so it has e- gr and that will reduce the ping. Okay if if we don't do anything to stop the pain does it. Start to burn the value. Burn the pistons the pistons. So you got to do something of a little. Ping is okay on the steeper hills but if it's picking his badly as you represented with the shaking of the yahtzee dice that's bad and that'll wreck your engine okay. So you try retarded time which they've done. You can try water injection to treat to clean out the things you can try. Other chemicals introduced into the gasoline to clean off the pistons. Trading manifold has an e. l. so ask system to make sure that all the advance mechanisms are working Well iran fine on the freeway at seventy. I suspect that that stuff is okay all right. Good luck jerry jerry. Well thanks bye. Hey you don't always worry about you a little bit. This time of year you youtube. Why well you. The days are getting shorter. Less sunlight stuff like that. It's pretty clear that you suffer from s a d. Seasonal affective disorder. No stupid answers. We'll be back with a brand new puzzles and just a minute is she was on.

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"2050" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"2050" Discussed on Car Talk

"The problem and that doesn't solve it forget about it okay. Yeah they don't break any. I noticed the snow just a couple of weeks ago. Not knowing it all though i'm standing store complex glad you. I'm glad you're not bothered by. It appreciated thanks me a call by my good luck. One eight eight eight car talk or one eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five. Hello you're on car talk. This is areas from portland oregon movie. It was great. Thanks portland oregon. Yes okay with you. And i am considering shopping for a new car and i do not know what to do. I don't know what to take a test drive doing. Need to bring like the deed to my first born child. Or what questions. Should i ask before. No yeah they were hand-me-downs. Exactly well you don't need to bring anything with you. Accept your driver's license okay. And i guess a big bruiser to knock the guys around. They try to force you to do something you don't want to do. Are they going to try to force me to buy a car. You can on it yet. Especially if the if a They know they have a live. One how desperate are you for car. Well not at all. actually. I'm just trying to get the Get the process rolling. So i don't seem stupid when i really do need a car if you narrowed it down and you have some idea what you would like the Something relatively cheap ish and reliable I think the volkswagen jetta completely cute figured out a color yet. Silver silver. you've about this. Yes but i can't afford one at at the exact moment i just. I just don't want to be taken advantage of. When i finally do show up. Also you're your. This is a long range kind of project here. Yes oh great. So i mean it's just like i mean. Have you ever shopped for clothing. Want a stupid question. It's the sort of the same process. Okay you'll go in and you start rolling around and looking at things and someone says. Can i help you and you say no. I'm just looking. Thanks very much except the differences that they you'll find claws attached to your shoulders at that point and here's the big difference. Looking around in automobile dealership is one thing test driving a car. Put you on another level. They know you're not just looking a test. Drive them before you get in the car. Understand your your papers are in your phys 'cause you may never come back again. You have gone to another level once you get in the car. Okay and and understand that you may not be able to come home unless you sign on the dotted line so so up here but you're not prepared but you just want to drive this car because you think that in a year or two. You're going to be ready for a silver jetta. Exactly well then go ahead and take a couple of test. Drives one thing. I would admonish you about is Don't let them think that you have a trade-in okay. Because one of the tricks of the automobile dealerships is that once you decide that you're gonna drive their car. They decide they're going to drive your car and so they say that if you don't return with the at twenty thousand dollar car they'll keep your eight hundred dollar car and you'll be like even right but they won't let you drive the car along. The salesman will come with you and he'll he said i'll have my used car man. Take a look at your car while we're driving and then when you come back and say okay. That was fun. I think i'll go home now. They'll say well we can't find your car. I mean there have been incidents especially junkier cut of a couple of dealerships around here in the boston. Area have been known to keep people's cars from them for hours and it's not just around here. It's harry during that time. They keep you in in the showroom and they keep turning the heat up the bright lights on you and turning the screws instead. You finally say okay. I'll buy the as long as you. Don't tell them that you have a trade in so tell them you've got there by bus. Someone dropped you off. Make sure you take the keys to your take. You take the keys to your car with you when you come back from the the test drive you can you can then say thank you very much. I'll think about it okay. Great have a wonderful time. Don't be afraid to say no okay. Good luck area. Thank you bye-bye you know the best kind of test drive to take is to rent the car for a weekend. That's a real nice. If you can get away with the deal of plates on you go back on eight. Eight eight carts. That's eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five lawyer on car talk. Hello this is jerry and kearney arizona jerry with a g. r. j. g. no kidding i'm surprised you ask in arizona carney arizona. It's hard to find on a map. Where eight miles. North of winkelmann. That now and work. You'll miss winkelmann that's great. So what's going on jerry with g. Well i've got a car. We've got A nineteen seventy two pontiac. Grand ville convertible mu kidding to guy who originally bought it was trying to outfit to pull an airstream trailer. So it's got this four hundred and fifty five cubic inch v eight and the towing package for the you know the high high dissipation radiator and all that other good. He's just tell me one thing. Have you ever gotten mileage in two digits. Yes have you downhill it averages about eleven miles to a gallon okay so our assumption when we bought the car was this huge engine big cooling system at oughta run nearly forever but now we've got a problem where we're thinking maybe we've reached nearly forever. But here's the problem. We've got Several really steep mountain divides that we have to go through when we go someplace and the car starts going ping ping ping and then as a steeper the hill gets it goes but maybe maybe bbb being and then pretty soon yahtzee dice. You prepared for this one all of the local mechanics here in. Currently i've talked with which is butch and sister and sister sisters opinion. Is that the quality of fuel. We currently get from the different. Gasoline companies has slowly but steadily been declining. her point. is that You know we have to start using octane. Booster or something like that in this car. And for putting premium gas in it to begin with and to put another three dollars a fill up in on octane. Booster it's starting to get to the point where maybe we. We need to find an alternative meetings of transportation. The octane of the stuff. You're buying well at says ninety two on the pump. Yeah and we've noticed that if we put octane booster from s t. pin. It reduces the pain but not completely and this. Does this start happening gradually. Yeah just in the last Three or four months. It started happening and sister. Butch haven't done anything in the way of timing to the vehicle. Donate time they have. But there's there's a compromise. They have to make i guess if they they they time it so it.

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"2050" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"2050" Discussed on Car Talk

"Even though cats carefully cover their radios with kitty litter whenever the us saying. This is npr. This message comes from car talk and npr sponsor. Better help a truly affordable online counselling service fill out a questionnaire online and get matched with a licensed counselor best suited to your mental health needs whether it's depression anxiety or trauma better help will help you. Overcome what stands in the way of your happiness learn more at better help dot com and get ten percent off your first month with promo code car. Talk better help get help anytime anywhere. Support for this podcast. And the following message come from k. Buxbaum in support of the david gilkey and zaba ulitsa monta memorial fund established to strengthen npr's commitment to training and protecting journalists in high risk environments. Abigail disney says if she ran the family company she deal with the current economic crisis very differently. A ceo should be like a ship's captain. You know if other people are drowning. You're the last one off. The ship ideas about the history and future of finding financial stability. That's on the ted radio hour from npr. Hi we're back. Listen to car. Talk with us. Click and clack the tapper brothers. He had a talk about cars car repair. And the answer to last week's puzzle and here it is. Yeah you're paying attention i'm listening. A lone hijacker commandeer Parachutes on its way from boston to la at gunpoint. He instructs the pilot to land the plane at o'hare in chicago. Where appointee further instructs the pilot to call the authorities and tell them that the hijacker wants a million dollars in cash. Cindy crawford at three parents. If they do this hill at half the hostages go. They negotiated drops a cindy crawford. Demand in the money and the three parachutes are delivered. The hijackers sets half the hostages freed. The plane then takes off headed for a lake after an hour or so he tells the pilot to drop down to a lower altitude. He opens a door attached to one parachute. Is the suitcase with a million bucks in it. Attached to the other parachute is he and he jumps out over the wilds of montana. Someplace where he's an intending to meet an accomplice as luck would have it. He gets hit by a speeding motorists. Ha yeah the question is what's with the third parachute i mean. He clearly need one parachute for himself. He clearly needed one parachute for the money. Why third parachute cindy crawford will know. They already had already negotiated. Crawl did yes. Oh i the authorities knew that he needed one parachute for the money and they knew that he did one parachute for himself and they had to assume the third parachute was for a hostage therefore they could not run the risk of rigging the parachutes otherwise they give them to parachute then. Add holds in of any put the money in wanted himself in the other and plunged to his death sh. They couldn't take the chance that's why he asked for the extra parachute wasn't no yes. He wasn't a bad luck. He got run over on the highway. It just goes to show you that. Sometimes reasonable and prudent is not really prudent. And who's our winner this week. Is john mulford from boston. Lake new york and for having his correct answer chosen at random. This week john gets a twenty five dollar gift certificate to the car talk shameless commerce division with which he can get our latest four cd set featuring four of our all time favorite shows and what set collection called. It's called field guide to the north american wackle that north america wackle than the president of the mutual aid society. My brother that's right. Congratulations we'll have a new puzzle coming up in the third half of the show. So stay tuned the meantime if you have a car question. We're at eight eight eight car talk. That's eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five lawyer. On car talk. This is Laverne from oh sorry. Excuse me. this is a launch from lavar. Cal was laverne california. It's near raging waters. The famous waterpark here in southern california metroplitan area is it near it'd be in los angeles County la county. Okay two thousand tacoma and it's a four by four and it's making a cricket sound. I think along the transmission somewhere and when i pressed the clutch and just a little bit. That's the sound goes away and it's annoying medicine for months. Did you relocate to southern california. No actually bought this vehicle From person from texas though. So i was born and raised in different. So you so you. You bought a four wheel drive vehicle for what reason We go up to the mountains. Almost probably forty days a year so in the mountains have snow on them Get lots of snow. Math math is our Five hours away and it's a great man so you're a skier you don't just go up to to slide around in the snow and get started because that's what i would do would drive up to the mountains just to get stuck. I just wanted to get stuck. See if i can get out all right so i guess guess you'd need four wheel drive at the noise you're hearing is is when now would you step on the clutch just a little bit. Use a little bit. And and what's the noise like again. It's a cricket. It's like it's really annoying crickets out and is it annoys that you can make absolutely go away if you stepped on the clutch harder. Exactly exactly. it'll go away. If i just even a millimeter down. So how many miles you have on this thing We are now up. Two hundred sixty eight thousand call so. I don't feel bad telling you that very soon you'll likely to need a clutch. I actually did that at one. Hundred and twenty. And that's why. I'm really surprises noises. I feel very bad about telling you very soon. You're the clutch well. It's most likely to be the clutch release bearing when the clutch release bearing first makes contact with the fingers of the clutch. That is when you gently step on the pedal that's when you getting the noise. And then when you further engage the rather disengaged the clutch by pressing more on the pedal and forcing this bearing into those rotating fingers. The noise goes away now So it's likely that that's what it is but there's a possibility that it is the pivot point on the fork. It might be that when you first step on it. That fork which rests on a little metal ball is back and forth and making a squeaking noise. I would forget about what are you could forget about it. But it's bothering him. Well the very little occasion to put your foot lightly on the clutch. Put your foot on the clutch and do something. Don't just sit there. Yeah down you'll never hear it again. So i think you forget about it. Well i i would see i. I tend to agree with that. I hate. I hate to agree with by well. Here's what you can do. Taylor tape through. A brother believes looking. Take take the thing to your shop and ask them if they can lubricate the pivot on the clutch fork. Because you think that that may be the cause of.

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"2050" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"2050" Discussed on Car Talk

"This pressure if it can't let it out. It's kind of like passing gas so so to speak guests. And i'm surprised at your check engine. Light hasn't come on. Or how do we never has it. Never did they may be. It may be something benign. It's not it's not necessarily going to affect the way the thing runs but if it's not doing its job and keeping the vapors in check and keeping them contained within the system than it's allowing these vapors to escape into the atmosphere and you don't want that to happen because it's creating pollution. The whole system was designed to prevent this from happening in your letting it happen. So you gotta get it okay. So i'll get my gas tank checked out and you'll get your throat. Checked out and everything will be fine. By the way i think my snort is more a nasal snort okay i kind of do this stuff habitually and they don't have any organic pathology. I liked warmer again. A gardener does that. We'll hope for that apps. Thanks for your help me. More than we helped you later bye. Hey look before. We give the incident last week puzzle..

"2050" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"2050" Discussed on Car Talk

"Broadcasting this week from the otolaryngology depart here at carts on. Plus what's this about well. We got an interesting letter this week. And i think you have to address this controversy. You have created and as you'll loving older brother it's my responsibility to dump it right. Okay all right. Well just listen to this. Here's a letter. We got from a guy named robert hensley who says the following snorting is distracting. The editor of the show may want to consider not using to recorded slot every few seconds on the show once i spotted as an introduce production feature. I seem to hear it. All the time it's the same snort over and over nine now find. It's very distracting. Shame on you for using a canned sound effect like that on your show. please stop. So why are we inserting that fake snort. All the time it's not a fake snorts real. We don't want any fake on this show now we would never ever use a prerecorded robert might be onto. Something prerecorded. snot might not be a bad idea. The snow trac. It's like a laugh track but kind of takes up a notch you know. Does anyone else in the business users snort track while no one at npr. What i sound like so cutting out. Alright god i'm just trying to have fun here. You know anyway if you have a question about your car or your ear nose have fun at the expense of everybody else no. It's not nice. Well i want to see my friend. Dr franco at mass irony. Or because i i was having snorting issue and he said don't worry about it anyway if you wanna call us. Numbers eight carts. That's eight eight eight two two seven eight hundred fifty five lawyer on car. Talk bob from queens. Hey bob from green. What's going on man okay. Got a ninety four. Go prison simple problem. I think simply explained anyway. Temperature gets a thirty. Two degrees below. Call doesn't start above thirty two like thirty three thirty four turns turnover like like. There's no problem so what happens when it does. It's not just goes right right. yeah. I don't think it's the daughter i you know i. It seems like it wants to turn over but it doesn't replace the battery. I put dry gas in the tank. i've check the The antifreeze I don't know what can you haven't had anyone imagined. This has been doing this for a while. The cars at ninety four that it just start. Oh no says several winters now. See i really but i really don't need the car now. Retired put about four to five hundred miles a year on the corner now really mostly in the spring and summer. I just use it to go to the grocery store or shopping. Mall doesn't start. You say the heck right on this thing now. Only eighty three thousand miles. Change the spark or anything like that. I see that was done about Tree for years ago about three or four years ago. Yeah is the problem really that clearly defined thirty two. It started thirty two but not thirty one or is it always thirty two degrees. Maybe i'm exactly yeah. It gets cold around freezing freezing freezing. Well i mean there are a lot of things that can cause this. I mean a lot of serious things. I wanna give you the most serious one first. Okay is that you have low compression but at eighty three thousand miles daddy only coming from no it is. It isn't a common problem so it's likely to be something else. So this is fuel injected this engine. So it's it's likely to be maybe a sensor that's faulty okay. And it and it could be something as simple as the engine temperature sensor you know bob. Faulty dirty injectors could cause that. If the injector spray pattern is an adequate than it doesn't vaporize the fuel enough. Will it start in the summer in the fall shore because almost anything we'll start. My brother's car runs in the summer. You know so so. Winter always complicates things because if the if the gasoline is in vaporized enough and more of it condenses on the cold cylinder walls when in wintertime. Then your chance of getting it started a smaller. Have you ever tried any extreme measures like throwing a lit newspaper and you're trying to start it. There are things called starting is starting fluid. If seen that stuff it's basically ether in a can G yeah yeah. I think i used to use that. One had a an old because this much older. So how many of you own your lifetime. You retired now so you must be. You must six years sixty seven. No no actually. I'm just Just turned sixty. Yeah so retired early retiree. You work for the post office. Very good tired from the post. I retired from the post office at age. Sixty pretty good country Working we're gonna we're gonna hire you. Laugh olivia left. What so you. You've got a few bucks because your wife was working and take this thing someplace heaven compression tests and have them tested a couple of the sensors and maybe paldon injector and see if the thing is you know. Got a reasonable pattern and they figure out pretty easily. What's going on with it. Okay with the speed costly. Of course absolutely. I mean there are a lot of factors that go into starting a cold engine if the starter starter motors right. The batteries already know that for sure you know the thing is cranking slowly it may sound all right to you but it may not be cranking fast enough. The start the f. The injectors on spring pattern. It may be all right and warm weather but not all right in cold weather but it does sound right to you. Turn the key and it goes her. Yes it does okay. Well i'm sticking with bad compression. So that would be the first thing i would do. I would have to compression. Check just to make sure so. Wait until april so when it starts and drive over to good luck bob. Thank you very much guys take care. I snorted. I'm going to be self conscious you know. I don't notice it. I had no idea until i read. That look naked today. See see what happens carts..

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"2050" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"2050" Discussed on Car Talk

"We need to talk about twenty twenty. What a lousy year. This has been We've been isolated from our friends and families we have to put on a has met suit to go to buy cheerios. And look i'm talking to you. Know from a radio studio but from my closet acoustics. Courtesy of my powder blue leisure suit and my extensive flannel shirt collection. But you know what made this year bearable. You'll and everyone else in the public radio community. We were isolated physically. But we're still together. In fact i can almost smell scott simon's cologne as we speak seriously despite the pandemic and everything else terry gross kept us company with fantastic interviews stevens. Keep his been here every morning to keep us thinking my brother and i like scape reality entirely for an hour a week and i don't know how i would have gotten through this summer without all things pachysandra and.

"2050" Discussed on Bollywood is For Lovers

Bollywood is For Lovers

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"2050" Discussed on Bollywood is For Lovers

"Okay so that was loverboy from the absolutely execrable film. Love story twenty fifty mildly better movies and other we watched called action replay wise with two wise probably for or something or maybe some other movie was already called action. Replay numerology okay This was directed by visual immortal. Zsa and hilariously. They say that this is the adaptation of gujarati play also called action replay. But it's obviously the film back the future director pie. Roberts amac is now we you try to watch this film really early on when we became interested. I think this is the first time i'd ever seen akshay kumar. Nfl and i immediately knew i wasn't interested. Because it's back to the vigil. Which i do not like and you were like no come on. It's gonna be fun. And i think you turn it off when he minutes in when it gets to the joke where the gun when parise gun symbol. Symbolizing is boehner. Just falls over suck. It's like a yeah le- tunes. Joe turned it off. Which is another reason why i really wanted to do time. Traveling romance was to make you finally watch the movie that you talked up your cool So this movie. Stars actually kumar. Schreier john one of my two stars out of five. That i gave this movie was entirely for her. Yeah she's great. She's the only good part of the whole thing. Actually 'cause a detroit report definitely not okay. He's rory introduced so this is his second film after linden drina. Okay so yeah comes. After i just love how reintroduced we didn't ninety to be reintroduced. Did you roy kapur some argue that we didn't even need to be introduced to detroit. I would argue that nato in a complete confusing roll. Get to their best friend. I know but like she's just kind of there and also kind of horny for a detroit report but nothing comes of this present in scenes. On pori karen kerr round. Vj singh and reindeer kapoor. This was also poorly received. Kramer critic lincoln virtually and with reason as huge of a flop as love story twenty fifty because they spent like five dollars on this one. Yeah okay so in action replay. I don't remember the character's names but it is. You're working kapoor is a young rich guy. yeah just like love story. The main character is a young rich guy who travels through time purely for his own purposes like just for his own romantic issues basically. His parents are played by. Actually kamar try robuchon. Akshay kumar sheff. He's a chef. I think he owns a restaurant. Know if he's a chef his nickname kitchen because his name is kitchen name and he owns a fancy hotel and restaurant and his wife is sharon. Yeah his wife cheaply depressed because of their life together. I guess shop mahalick shops all the time They argue all the time..

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