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Fresh update on "earth" discussed on Bob Zadek
"The T V, a mortgage for 25 middle part of New York mortgage maker for licensing information could animals consumer access to our corporate animals number 13 35 record on Muslims 62 33 Equal Housing under Licence Alaska Highlight which in Massachusetts, Norco to South Dakota, Utah. Judge in Kansas is beginning to evict tenants who are behind on rent in advance of a federal moratorium expiring at the end of the month. The move by Johnson County Magistrate Daniel Vulcans comes in advance of a federal moratorium that expires at the end of the month. Vulcans telling an eviction hearing he doesn't think the moratorium that was issued last year by the C D. C Is quote enforceable where the set to expire. More than four million people nationally say they fear being evicted or foreclosed upon. Kansas had its own eviction moratorium, but it expired. May 28th Jason Walker reporting. Boeing's newest version of the 7 37 Max jetliner has completed its first test in flight, and the company hopes that will signal improving fortunes for his most important plane. Max 10 is a slightly larger version of Max jets already flying, and they've been troubled news and analysis at town hall dot com. The developer of a long planned and controversial high speed rail line linking Dallas and Houston has announced it signed to $16 billion contract with the firm in Italy that will lead design in the project. Texas Central announced. It is ain't the deal with we build, which is based in Milan residents have fought for years against the train that would travel up to 200 miles an hour. They're against public funding of the project and the use of eminent domain to build it. Correspondent Jeremy House reporting. The president of Texans against High Speed Rail, criticized the announcement as a way to continue to drum up support for an unpopular project. Miners in Botswana are hailing the discovery of a big diamond. And I mean huge, more than 1000 carats, which could make it the largest third largest diamond. Never mind. The gym was on Earth earlier this month at a mine jointly owned by Botswana's government and the De Beers group. More on these stories of town hall dot com. Been.
Longest Day of the Year Monday as Summer Solstice Approaches
"NASA says summer solstice in the northern hemisphere will officially happened Sunday night it means Monday will be the longest day of the year the farther north you are in the northern hemisphere the longer the day NASA's Alex young says the earth has a tilt orbiting around the sun during its yearlong orbit some parts of the earth are facing towards the sun and summer facing away from the side NASA has several mentioned studying our son hoping to answer decades old burning questions about the inner workings of our nearest star we have purposed solar pro which is flying through the sun's atmosphere giving us up close and personal look and there is the solar orbiter which will be able to take the first images of the sun's poles as well as investigate the Haley a spear and solar wind I'm a Donahue
Fresh update on "earth" discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks
"Earth exodus. Twenty twelve if i am a father. Where is the honor. Which i am do paternoster question. Cheney's father who are in heaven. Saint paul teaches us that it is from god who reigns in the highest heavens. That'll fatherhood is descended in the heavens and on the earth all possible. Fatherhood comes from god. The fatherhood of god is the absolute infinite fatherhood. One is a father insofar as he resembles god when he does those fatherly things which god does in relation to us. This us corresponds to our father because our is nothing other than the possessive adjective of us. Our father in the name of the whole family the family the immense family. In whose name we speak when we say. Our father is composed of all beings among these beings. There are younger ones and older ones as there are in all families in a family there are the small children the children who do not know and then there are the older children who begin to know to form their mind to fill it but not without difficulty it is absolutely the same thing in the immense family of beings. All of the beings inferior to men minerals vegetables. Animals are like the youngest of this family the oldest of the spiritual beings that is humans and angels those who know when we pray when we say our father it is in the name of all of this world the inferior beings. These young ones in the great family of the father who is in heaven are perfectly obedient. He's these little ones obey look at physical nature it obeys magnificently in all of this material world. Even with regard to living beings to plants and animals there is never a moment of disobedience. These children who are very small. Obey all the same. They know nothing other than that. It is god and they obey when it concerns the older ones we own not speaking of angels but of man. These eldest one's how the ones who know. Oh they never know enough understand well. That man never knows enough god. Despite men not knowing even elementary things they ultimately have the faculty to know the faculty to get to know. God they can get to know god and at the same time. This is a strange thing at the same time that they can come to know him. They are able to disobey him and they don't dispense with him. They can disobey him. Why because the magnificent gift of intelligence which god gave to man which puts him infinitely above the inferior creation brings with the faculty to disobey precisely the faculty to rebel. Saying i will not serve non servian while all these young ones of which i spoke to you. At the same time served magnificently obey magnificently never disobeying. Without a doubt they're obedience is not meritorious because it is no free from this point of view it would not even merit the great name of disobedience. this would be a rather material execution of the will of god but in the end. It is very faithful and always faithful under this aspect. It can serve us as a model. The eldest one's one could well say disobey the majority of the time because in the end who fully obeys. God there are the saints and still the saints complain that they have not obeyed. Well enough they complain of disobeying from time to time of committing at least small imperfections. The only one who can say. I am perfectly the servant at shea. Unseal la i serve perfectly is the most blessed virgin it is. Why is the mother you see. Because these two qualities of servant and motherhood are absolutely inseparable in the most blessed virgin when the archangel came to tell her of her divine maternity because he could not speak of another thing in the mystery of the annunciation she responds here. Is the servant of the lord. There is an infinitely close link in the most blessed virgin between her quality of servant and her quality of mother of god by the one. Mary sees her own loneliness. Humidity talked him unto they. She proclaims herself a servant before elizabeth as she proclaimed herself a servant before. Gabriel it is this look of merry if one could say that god saw himself respect. See too many taunt them. It is this all encompassing humiliation of mary to which god responds by exhorting her by the divine maternity to the edge of the blessed trinity according to the gospel law. The one who humbles himself will being salted. This is also why the word of mary. Gabriel at cia Dominy is intimately related and well did as it were to the word of jesus to john here is your mother at shame monitor to the servant of the lord can only be the mother of god and consequently the mother of man her human maternity flowing from her divine maternity it is like a marvelous chain of graces of which these two words are the principal links linking and uniting all the others from our mother. We return to our father. When we say our father we speak in the name of all this family of all the of all the on which i will show you shortly. It is absolutely necessary that we do this. Why because it is absolutely necessary that we represent opposite the father who is in heaven the youngest and the oldest the youngest why because all these inferior beings who are obedient are not capable of saying to god our father. They cannot say this to him because they cannot come to know him. All the inferior creation means what man expresses in clearly perceiving sort of filial tenderness which dwells obscurely vaguely in all beings it does not express itself except in man and man can only express it perfectly by the author as for these eldest these sullen ones. These rebels these prodigal children are they also have serious need in their name. Why because they do not think because they have forgotten to speak of gone and to gone when we pray we never forget that it is in the name of all beings.
French Tourism Seeks New Boost With Disneyland Reopening
"Tourism in France is getting a post coronavirus boost two weeks ago France re opened its borders to vaccinated visitors now where Disneyland Paris officially open Europe's busiest theme park has been closed for eight months people must wear masks inside the park and there's a limit on the number of visitors Getty cater from Delaware is at Disneyland Paris with her family she hadn't seen them in one and a half years it's an emotional reunion happiest place on earth caters daughter Britney cook says she had to be at Disneyland Paris we were here in October when the park at the close last and we hadn't seen family since the year before so it just happened to work out we get him the last thing was open in the opening day people in France don't have to wear masks outdoors anymore except in crowded places I'm a Donahue
Nautical Names Quiz
"Were here in the game room with a game. We like to call names. There are all sorts of things in the sea with some pretty interesting names. So and i are going to say some names of things under the sea. And you have to guess whether it's an animal a plant or a geological feature and just to be clear a geological feature is a natural formation in the earth like an island or a trench. Okay let's get started. The first word is water wheel. Is it an animal a plant or a geological feature that sounds like a geological feature to me. Maybe some kind of rock that spends a plant. In fact it's a carnivorous plant. A meat eating plant. Yep it grows in freshwater wetlands and feeds on small insects and fish. Wow okay well. Here's another one. The word is slime head. Is it an animal plant or a geological feature well. I've done enough swimming and lake. We wound to know that seaweed can be not slimy. So i'm going to guess that a slime head is a plan actually. It's a fish. They live in tropical parts of the atlantic pacific and indian oceans. They're also called red fish or rough because some people think slime fish is the most appealing name. Okay last one. The word is the seamount. Is it an animal a plant or a geological feature. Oh i know this. One eats a geological feature. It's the name for an underwater mountain or an underwater volcano. That's not active anymore back iras. Well didn't your grandma. G force us to have vacation house on top of an underwater extinct volcano but it turned out that it wasn't extinct. Oh yeah so now. She needs a new place to spend her summer vacation and i told her she could bunk with you. And that's your prize for winning this. Round of nautical name
North Korean Defector Evaluates American Education System as 'Anti-American'
"Korean defector. From North Korea. Kim Jong un the I mean maybe. And if you were ranking the worst people on Planet Earth easily top five Probably on the medal. Stand. Top three, maybe gold. Worse people Earth, right? She comes from North Korea. The facts comes here goes through college, and she says, This is the story orientation. This North Korean defector was scolded by a university staff member for admitting she enjoyed classic classic literature such as Jane Austen. The woman from North Korea said. I love those books. I thought it was a good thing. Then the professor center. Did you know those writers had a colonial mindset? They were Racists and bigots center subconsciously brainwashing you. It only got worse from there, as she realized that every one of her classes at the Ivy League school was infected with what she saw as anti American propaganda reminiscent of the sort she'd grown up with. This story is stunning. She's a North Korean defector from a sworn nuclear powered enemy, the United States, one of the worst human beings on planet Earth. Kim Jong UN Tubs. What is the worst guys ever? Ever. Yet she comes over here, where people starved to death by the tens of thousands. If not hundreds of thousands don't even know the nobody's bury the dead and mass graves. And she says, Yeah. You know, the North Korean school system wasn't as bad as you guys here, folks. This is stunning. As I said in the beginning when we opened up the show, and I meant it. Isn't it frightening? That attacks being promoted by foreign enemies of the United States to destroy the United States from within. Are being absorbed and used by left this within the country to do exactly that. Anti American propaganda critical race theory.
Three Degrees of Separation From Neil Fallon With Rockie Brockway
"We are here with the most patient guests on the planet earth because we had some technical difficulties morning. Rockie brockway is currently the practice lead for the office of the cfo. Wow that sounds like really formal. And i'm gonna say trusted sec. Which just makes me think of dave and formal in dave. Don't go together but this learn more about that. Twenty eight years of experience and information security business risk rocky you specialize in business risk analysis in the inherent relationships between data assets adversaries and the organization's brand value you provide strategic and tactical advisory services for trusted set clients assisting them in maturing their organization security programs so first of all thank you so much for being here and being patient thank you. It's a pleasure to be on podcast. I'm excited actually to learn a little more about first of all this title even means the practice lead for the office of the cfo for trusted sec. Because that's not something i've heard before. So what is what. Does that even mean church. So so at trust the sec. My role and my team You know really is working close with organizations in kind of that virtual chief information security officer just from an activity perspective Helping organizations further mature their security programs really taking a look at how organizations can better align the the protection of important stuff Really with the business right. So there's so much that from a from an organic security program growth perspective that doesn't know inherently are naturally aligned with you know what the business is actually trying to accomplish. Security tends to be kind of a bubble over here for many organizations and so we we try to break down those barriers help. Organizations help really help organizations at our align all those activities around protecting the important things with the with business need in an requirements.
How to Check Your Motives Before Moving
"We give many privileges we give up a great deal of power and authority here in the earth by not being willing to go all the way with got. Let me ask a question day. Have you received christ as your savior but not yet made him your lord. There is a difference. I always say that. In one thousand nine hundred seventy six. I got serious about my relationship with god and you know what. I was born again when i was nine. I was saved but i didn't know anything and if you don't know anything then you have no direction you don't know what to do. And when god touch my life in nineteen nine hundred seventy six. He began a spiritual maturity project in me. That was hard. But i've seen god do some amazing things in me and through me because i've let him work in my life and i believe it's my job to not only see people come to christ but to help the believer mature and grow up so they can have what jesus died to give them. I want you to have the life that jesus died to give you. I don't want you just to hear about it. Are saying about it or hear sermons about it or look forward to it. I want you to have it. I want you to have the righteousness the pace the joy. I want your needs to be met. I want you to be fruitful. And i think that you want that to
Rosetta Stone Eruption Could Help Explain Solar Explosions
"Dramatic molly staged eruption on the sun as revealed new clues. That could upside is solved. The long standing mystery of what causes the sun's powerful and unpredictable explosions a report in the astrophysical journal letters claims and covering this fundamental physics could hope scientists better predict the eruptions which caused dangerous base weather events on earth. The explosion contain components of three different types of solar eruptions that usually occurs separately making it the first time. Such an event been observed having all free eruption types together in the one event provides side with something of a soda of sola version of the resistor align them to translate what they know about each top of solar eruption in order to better understand the other types of eruptions in the process. Uncovering the underlying mechanism. Which could explain all types of solar eruptions. The study's lead author. Emily mason from this as god spaceflight. Centering greenbelt maryland. Says the vent drives home the point that these eruptions that caused by the same mechanism simply on different scales eruptions on the sun usually come they of three forms a colonel massey jackson or see me a jet or passion eruption colonel massey jackson's and jets a both explosive eruptions casting energy and particles in the space but they h. Look very different. Jets erupting is narrow columns of sola material while colonel massey jackson so say form huge bubbles that expand out pushed in sculpture by the sun's magnetic fields paschel eruptions on the other hand. Start erupting from the service but don't develop enough energy to leave the sun so most of the material force back down onto the solar surface this rosetta stone eruption occurred back on march the twelfth and thirteenth in two thousand sixteen it was observed by an ss solid dynamics observatory spacecraft as well as the joint nassar in european space agency solar and helius freak observatory spacecraft. Soho what. Scientists saw the ejection of a heart layer of sola material above magnetically active region on the sun's surface.
California Reopens, Says Goodbye to Most Covid Rules
"It's a big day for millions of california their reopening after fifteen months restrictions. She's it's the happiest place on earth. Disney land allow out of state visitors. Hey but there's a mask mandate it's also ending for those who are fully vaccinated. So i don't know how that works. The actually said which. I was surprised by this. They are not requiring any type of vaccine passport zealand. There's basically kind of like the the trust some they're trusting people say yeah am fully vaccinated so i can go on and who's not gonna say that for right right. Of course they are. Of course i got back suneeta
The World's First Wooden Satellite Will Launch This Year
"Check in with Dr Sky Steven Kates. Hey, Stephen. Hello. There Juries we begin with space. Lots of exciting news here would fill an entire show but with space junk George on the rise and too many dead satellites in low Earth orbit. Get set for the world's first wooden satellite, which is seven months later this year, officially known how, ironically, is called would set these are small nano satellites storage, which mother only four inches on a side. And weigh about £2, Each finished company known as Arctic Astronautics, is the prime contractor on these little gems they're made of birch wood, and they're able to carry out small test type payloads. That is. And when complete. Guess what they burn up completely in the atmosphere. No ground surviving components. Aluminum oxide is sprayed over the electronic area to prevent the release that is of gases into space. A charge on a comedic kind of note. Don't you think we need a large version of like a modern Noah's The space would art so that when he does re enter the Amazon, these things will truly burn up. And thus maybe they're solving on a slow but progressive way. Problem of speech jump,
NASA's Orion Space Suit Equipped to Expect the Unexpected on Artemis Missions
"Nasr's orion spacecraft takes off astronauts inside will be wearing new improved high tech spacesuits. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind ideas that shave our future at several points. During artemis missions astronauts will wear a bright orange spacesuit called the orion crew survival system suit the suits have been re engineered to improve safety and range of motion and will be custom fit to each crewmember. Here's dustin gohmert project. Manager for nasr's orion crew survival systems these updated spacesuits contain a fire resistant outer layer and stronger zippers and restraints that allow crew members to up quickly and stay at pressure longer. Well a lighter stronger helmet will improve comfort and communications updated. Gloves and boots will be provided. These suits can even keep astronauts alive for up to six days if orion was to lose cabin pressure. They're also equipped with a suite of survival gear. That could be used if necessary after the astronauts return to earth and splashed down in the ocean. astronauts will wear the suit on launch day in emergency situations during high risk parts of missions near the moon and during the high speed return
Children of Immigrants Are Being Taught To Hate Our Country
"Are coming into this country as immigrants. They're being taught to hate our country. The fact that they or their parents escaped the cultures in the countries. Obviously from which they came. To come to this country, presumably for a better life. Means that we, the American citizen who's here. Have a right to expect allegiance to our country. And support for the culture, the most diverse culture on the face of the earth by the way. We cannot survive. Balkanized in tribal lives like this, where people bring their own cultural hate. Into this country. And then intend to do what with it. We'll conquer the other cultures. They don't want diversity. They won't control. They want compliance. They want adherence. This is a disgrace. The school board member The fact that she was elected is a disgrace. And the fact that the rest of the school board members won't do a damn thing about it because most if not all number of Democrats Tells you all you need to know. The Democrat Party is the Is the sieve through which this is occurring nationally statewide and on local school boards. The teachers union. As I've talked about now, for a long time, the National Education Association American Federation for Teachers I don't have any allegiance to this country. I didn't say the teachers. I said the union. They don't have any allegiance to this country. They demonstrated it last year during the virus, and they demonstrated now. And the fact that she campaigned for Bernie Sanders in a big way. I should tell you a lot. Again about the Democrat Party. Bernie Sanders has looked at it. You know, he's an old nice enough guy. He's a dangerous Communist. That's what he is.
Volcanos With Benefits: Lava Tubes, Hydro Thermal Vents & More
"The thing that volcanoes good for is to entertain you as they destroy vast landscapes on earth. Aside from that what are the good for. Oh let me count the ways. Now i do want to say. I don't like it when the volcanoes take people and buildings out while i was amused to see. Fisher's opening up people's backyards. It was amused in a. I really hope they have good insurance kind of way. So i'm a fan of like the power of our planet's geology of humanity. Oh just be clear. You're not a super villain you're merely fan of the marvels of nature. Okay exactly so so. Volcanoes iceland is really the place to look to find some of the coolest examples of what they can do. first of all they just add land. The nation of iceland is straddling the mid atlantic rift. It is getting torn in half. It is also on top of hotspot and over the millennia as the island nation gets torn in half. You don't actually see a gap forming because all the volkan ism. There is just filling it in now. The other side of this is there are islands all around the world at hawaiian islands or one of the most noticeable where you have a chain of islands that on one end is all dead volcanoes. That are well weathered over time and a great place to go live and then you have as you move down the chain you have younger younger islands that are more and more mountainous more and more active and these islands which are still growing for the active ones have amazing land to farm and if you want a nation to grow well. This is a different way to do it right. I mean a lot of the volcanic islands like the hawaiians that you mentioned even just across the pacific. There's tons of these of these islands. They provide stopping off point for birds. That are migrating various creatures and as you said the land around a volcano is incredibly fertile. We've known this. Back since the greeks and the romans keep settling on mount edna right
What's the Rumpus About Networks2021 Conference?
"So and what's dumps. thank you for having me. We are getting into the final countdown for the conference. This conference is unique because for the first time it brings together to network societies that. Come from different disciplines. The sun belt conference which is the annual conference of the international network for social network analysis. And then the Netsai conference which is the network science society's annual summer conference to our onto the largest societies. And they have different histories so the international network for social network analysis has been around for a while. I think it's over forty years old and it has its history in social network analysis and particularly the social sciences. But lots of people from that community come from health organizational studies so they call sunbelt meeting because many years ago the organizers wanted to get out of the winter and they wanted to go somewhere warm so usually they were held in the spring in either tampa earth san diego and eventually they started branching out and holding them internationally. The sunbelt has its own tradition of being developmental and context so they accept a lot of abstracts and they recognize that people may bringing work in progress to the conference. Nets has been grown over the years. It was founded in two thousand and six actually Bloomington was the first iteration of netsai. Here in indiana the folks who come to that are coming from physics or informatics. Neurosciences the large neuroscience group. You'll see a lot of overlap with complex systems as well. so those are the big differences. I think
"earth" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"I think you can have the most influence the as i say the tip of the spear to make a change so i mean in some ways that's predictable given given the pace of journalism like we're on news cycles that a you know now in the minutes not in days and and you get the time to still sink one of the things. I noticed And you did this. Yo thaddeus animas serie show your own almost spiritual focus on the interconnectedness of life and nature and whether it's the concept of by filial just your own sense of of way you are in new hampshire. Now tell us about about how you view your place in the world. I think that is important for us to not see. Our satisfaction is to how high are pile of money is as to how well are we fitting into what some would call creation some call nature our place here and i think it's interesting by the way that some folks the most extractive folks put focus on money and yet money has no value if it's outside of society right you're in the middle of the desert and you have you know like a huge gold bar and there's no water. I mean how you going to drink. A lot of people have woken up to the existential threat of climate. That understanding that Just blind extraction for economic development for the few is not gonna be helpful to us and fortunately the notion of environmental justice puts a spotlight on on things simply being done for the few things need to be done for the many really for all of us have a right to be here all of us and not just to survive but to thrive and sometimes i feel uncomfortable at the level privilege that i have. I can walk out my back door in the summer. I can ski out my back door in the winter and enjoy the bounty of nature. And i want everybody to have that privilege because that's out in nature where you really get to feel truly human..
"earth" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"Two thousand nine. And i think the the american clean energy and security act which is you mentioned. Also called the waxman markey bill after its two primary authors and and it proposed his cap and trade system for the us and was amazingly approved with the help of speaker pelosi by the house but never got brought to the floor of the senate for a vote the cokes particularly. We're really smart about how they organized this. They said don't worry about the house will just make sure that we can stop it in the senate And he just made sure that the were the word went out though among republicans on the house. I don't vote for this thing. Because waxman markey was straight democratic vote so by the year twenty ten. It was very clear that had been organized on a democrat versus republican basis. Very smart tactics by the way by the fossil fuel industry to set it up that way and just do you think of subjects and then find great guests. Do you find great guests then lead to the subject. How do you think about the evolution of the narrative that you'll trying to project in this business. There's a soon nami of information coming at us all the time. We have an editorial process. Will we really try to do some critical thinking about things that we might go after and you know we obviously have to pay attention to the news but we're not a daily show and we can't do breaking news one way. That's the people do. Connect to the natural world in a fun way so we spent a fair amount of time looking. We'll call an animal story right outside story planner because they provide some relief from sometimes the doom and gloom what i initially went to the corporation for public broadcasting. They told me you're going to run out of story stephen. Six months you'll be dying on her and so funny.
"earth" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"We're not awfully friendly to that. And i always love hearing from the more conservative types. Who are asking questions about. You know trying to verify something that they've heard because then i feel like we are doing an educational job. That's really powerful. Because we need more people to get on board for this because it's a fundamental change. We're asking people to make huge and to that. Point is the that is a big difference between radio and podcasting podcasting kind of concentrates people on the things that are already interested in but you are able to reach people who just listening. They're driving home cooking and radio. Still kind of a great equalizer. I don't know what the answer is in the podcast world. Hopefully it is to have enough. Podcast have enough visibility that are across a spectrum of things so that somebody's curiosity can be peaked about this. So then they'll wanna go deeper. Okay so go comes as the vice president. Did it feel at that time. Like there was a lot of hope. It was still a very bipartisan. Sense what happened in your estimation over that ten. I ten year period to make more of a polarized political issue. One of the things that happen though that al gore felt that it was too risky for him really to go heavy on the climate inside the clinton administration. Al gore found himself in a very difficult position so in one thousand nine hundred seven. The kyoto protocol comes together. And it's clear from the maneuvering that was done by robert burdened chuck hagel in the senate That could be no agreement that would put the us commercial disadvantage and be. The developing countries had to go first which was such an insult to the developing countries. It's hard to accept a treaty to this day and so half of half of what needed to happen under. Kyoto also didn't happen that day. It got kicked on the road to a later session in the year. Two thousand unfortunately. The clinton gore administration moved forward with wanting to claim. All this credit for the at forestation we're growing trees like crazy in the united states and we should have credit for that well not only the developing countries. The brits and much of europe threw up their hands really want the us to get credit for growing trees. When you guys have got smoke stacks and all this kind of stuff. Give me a break very hard to campaign at the national level. If at that time at the fossil fuel industry hate you but then what happens at the fossil fuel industry said you know these democrats are dicey and so you get people like charles cope and his brother david but they started actually organizing to make sure that down the road so by the time we get to obama and the prospect of what we call waxman. Markey happening was well organized. It was well organized to make sure that it would fail..
"earth" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"Because if you don't have an informed public you're not gonna have an informed electorate and when i began to understand that climate disruption could be an existential threat. I said this much bigger story than the usual thing. If we don't get the climate thing right nothing else will matter for our civilization there many many many important things so as a journalist. I said i gotta do this story because nobody was doing it when you started. This show was at the very beginning of people's consciousness about climate. There's another aspect as journalists of the drew this to me when i saw how little people are paying attention to it as a black man in white america. You get used to the establishment trying to marginalize and say. Oh it's not important. There's certain rules that they need to follow just as black people. Well if you follow the rules you will do nothing so you have to break the rules. And i knew the covering this stuff is not going to be popular in terms of ratings or getting underwriters. But i knew that the truth will set you free so that if we could get it this truth and do it in enough time that we free ourselves from the trajectory that That we were setting ourselves up for him and did did the votes the higher ups. Npr with a twisted like a hod celt had worked for a while at mpr. And so i knew people. And i said we're not going to do this as an npr show. We're going to do this as a as a show acquired by npr. So i'll go out and raise the money. And i'll get the people together you distribute the show for us but otherwise you're gonna leave me alone. The actual meeting that. I got permission to develop. The show was very simple. One i said. Hey this is what i wanna do and he said. Hey this is yeah sounds good. Do it go ahead. I mean it feels like there's been such an intentional blindsiding of environmental issues in in mainstream journalism and loudly that made the newsroom where hurricanes aren't really connected to climate change facility rates on connected to disruptors and so to have that support at the beginning. I mean sat you kind of on a good course. I deeply appreciated the this vision and even though it was hard for. Npr itself at time for example when during the second bush administrate the white house. Lean pretty hard on on npr to include the skeptics the scientific skeptics in the coverage and that was a pretty rough period of time. I if i've been in house they would have killed the show at that point but i ended up changing distributors at that point went to. Let's call pri now pr ex. It's amazing how many have you done on living on earth..
"earth" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"Guess. I have to go way back. My mom academic College professor single mom. My dad died pretty young and I was the the last two children. So i was on my own. A lot on the college campuses. Antioch college. And i read a lot. The library was my home was my friend when i joined a boy scout troop and they asked. Could somebody write a little report about what troop is doing. I said yeah and they literally would edit it with a pencil and set it at the line of type and that will come out of a machine. I was totally fascinated. Oh my goodness this is so much fun. They also got involved radio as a kid. There was a public radio station. There they had some to radio drama so by the age of twelve. I had a wall inside recorder. I was dragging around in interviewing credible at twelve. So yeah it was twelve. I think what. I did my first round of interviews. I got hooked. It's amazing because if you think about the continuity of your career sound recording as a medium that transcends all other mediums had incredible lasting power it is a sound is the basis of much of our species. You hear something when you're inside your mother's tummy long before you see anything. We pass cultural long by singing. And speaking writing is just a representation of the spoken-word word then when it comes to television It can only see like one degree in front of you whereas sound is three hundred and sixty degrees at twelve already carrying around record a and observing the world around you and as a young boy of twelve kind of coming into the newsroom you whether role models of of folks they mental. Do you like how. How did that happen. The antioch college campus was a very interesting and diverse community and the music director on campus. Was african american by the name of walter anderson. I walked into walter's studio one day. And they're at the piano is eddie fisher. So i dunno husband number what who is taylor. I'm trying to remember it. Was that kind of community. Kereta scott king had been there as an undergraduate just before our time. Systemic racism is everywhere. So if i hadn't been in in a place like that. I certainly probably would not have been encouraged and then you had incredible success in your career you wanna pulitzer for the what you did on education you've done shows on opera. What would the threads that then led us dev's in ninety ninety one to to come up with a show living on so i was fortunate enough that when i was involved with npr. I became aware of what was going on in in the climate. Probably the summer of eighty nine. I went to visit george woodward who was researching this stuff and when he told me that if we allowed this to get out of hand the high arctic would start to warm. It would release methane that will make us warmer which would lead to more methane being released. Which would make us warmer. We'd be in a runaway reaction and having been a journalist to work to the boston globe under. Tom wind ship who i think there were seventeen. Pulitzer prizes on. Tom's watch as editor of the paper. It's pretty amazing record. Who said the constitution mentions the press..
"earth" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"Long long time ago in a land where very few people had even heard the word climate change so much. His mattered from the sony. Walkman radio's steve cohen. A pulitzer prize winning journalist began his first broadcast of living on earth a groundbreaking inspiring and information packed. Environmental radio show. That was in nineteen ninety-one the same year and amateur videographer captured. The horrific beating of rodney king by lapd and the samia. Exxon was forced to pay one billion dollars to clean up the exxon valdez. Oil spill in alaska. In other words it was the beginning of a whole new chapter in american history. And steve cohen has through more than fifteen hundred episodes. Been our collective environmental chronicler and conscience today. Living on the broadcast through three hundred national public radio affiliates in the us and is expanding into podcasting in the early days living on earth was like an underground pirate radio station. 'cause the content was so radical compared to mainstream environmental coverage. Nine hundred. Ninety one was only three years after the full of the berlin wall and it felt like the secret. Police was still very uncomfortable with what steve was saying. And for steve. That was nothing new from an early age. His single black mom and quaker faith instilled in him a quiet forceful willingness to question authority and pursue the truth before radio. Steve cohen was a print and tv. Journalist i start by asking steve about a story that he broke in which the outwardly progressive polaroid company was selling the south african apartheid government. The camera and film equipment.
Teen Who Recorded George Floyd's Murder Awarded Pulitzer Special Citation
"The teen who filmed the death of George Floyd has received a special journalism on Earth Pulitzer Prizes Awards a special citation to Darnell A. Fraser, the teen who pulled out her cell phone and began filming last year, Police arresting George Floyd video that was used in the murder conviction of former officer Derek Shobin. The Minneapolis Star Tribune also wins the breaking news Pulitzer for its reporting following Floyd's, killing the Pulitzer Prizes in journalism, first awarded in 1917 and are considered the fields most prestigious honor in the U. S.
Making a Home on the Moon
"All right. Hello everyone it is. Twenty twenty and luca. And i are on board the international space station. We have a to video cameras. Astronaut drew morgan is floating between parachutes and seats. The space season is so crammed with stuff that it seems like even his camera is having trouble fitting in directly outside his capsule just a few feet away and also floating around is his crewmate. Luca parmigiano the two were giving viewers a tour of the international space station the iss on the other end. There is luga. And he's in the on the living module the habitation module of the soyuz. Go ahead luton's coordi- action. I agree with that yeah. The iss is bigger than you might imagine. It's about the size of a six bedroom house gear. There are two crew borders back here on either side. There's a table here happenings together. We have at this is dr. Morgan is now back on her. After a two hundred and seventy two day. Stay on the iss in some ways. Now that i'm back on earth it feels like a blur while it was up there and i was passing my sixth seventh eighth month on board. It definitely at time did feel like i have just lived there all my life. Nick constant work including more than seven spacewalks. meaning you leave the spacecraft and go out into the void. It sounds exhilarating. But morgan says parts of the experience actually become kind of rain and part of that is the environment of being enclosed in the same setting all the time around the same people and the routine every day like groundhog day and in many ways you know it tends to make it very difficult to distinguish one day from another
NASA's Second Hot Fire Test for the Artemis Moon Rocket
"Hot fire test was a critical milestone for nasa's artists. One mission. which will send an un- crewed spacecraft on a test flight around the moon and back to earth after the engines shut down earlier than planned during previous test of the s. l. s. corps stage nasa determined a second longer test would provide valuable data to help verify the core stage designed for flight. Here's meghan martinez propulsion test project manager at stennis to explain why these tests are so important you have to test like fly. So if you're going to put payloads on a rocket and send it into space you want to test the engine to make sure that s going to get where you're sending it safely. During this successful test. The core stage fired the engines for a little more than eight minutes just like it will during every artist launch to the moon
Amazing Jellyfish Facts!
"Which of the following statements about shelly. Fish is the one true scientific. Wow is it a shelly. Fish have three hearts or is it be jellyfish have been to the moon or is it c. They were shelley fish on earth before there were dinosaurs when you think you have the answer right it on a piece of paper and put it in your sock guar. We're gonna take a quick break to give you a chance to think and when we come back we'll find out if your row is the winning while what we'll be right back grownups. I messages for you. That's ed now back to the show hauser's time is up time to reveal but the four we do. Let's do a quick review. We gave you three scientific statements about jellyfish and challenged you to guess which one was the one true while a shell have three parts or was it. jellyfish have been to the moon or was it seed. There were jellyfish on earth before there were dinosaurs and to answer. Today's quiz joining us by phone. It's albert from raleigh north carolina albert. What's my wound. The world is that jelly says gloved before the dinosaurs. Telly albert. that is correct contestants. If you guessed the answer see that jellyfish were alive on earth before dinosaurs were. You found the winning. Wow
We're Staring Totalitarianism Right in the Eyes
"I know that my time on this earth has limited as is yours. Has this everybody's and i know that my time behind this microphone is limited even more. Because i can't do this. When i get a certain age and so here we are staring totalitarianism. Right in the is here. We are staring marxism right in the eyes. And we're told we can't call it marxism. We can't call up marxist progressivism it's liberalism. It's democratic socialism. I had different names for this book. And i said dammit it's american marxism and that's what i'm going to call it while we need. A subtitles said no
"earth" Discussed on Rewilding Earth
"The current state of life on earth dictates all hands on deck approach to mitigating the worst of what's coming due to the climate and biodiversity emergencies that includes businesses. It can no longer just about conservation organizations and government regulations. And what we've accomplished and failed at up to now is the result of conservation historically being seen as a mere special interest. We've obviously gone as far as is possible with that model alone. Companies also have to step up and go well beyond what is required by law to contribute to environmental and social good. So what happens. When of conservationists starts accompany find out about a new wave of businesses that wear their missions on their sleeves missions focused on doing good in the world. Is it possible to get a return on investment while also positively impacting conservation issues and communities find out on today's podcast with bio habitats founder. Keith bowers You're listening to the wilding earth. Podcast commute The wilding earth podcast is supported by businesses such as patagonia tula and bio habitats as well as the weeden.
"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers
"So i just realized that in order to make sure that they don't become endangered. We have two very very rocky learn about them and then try to get governments and people to put conservation as well why are wolverines threatened in nature. There's another reasons. One of the main reasons especially in the past has been the happy heavy overharvested so will bring up really nice i. It doesn't freeze winter. So a lot of people that i will remain for face trimmings really warm and some people that i for two reasons so the for trade has really really big numbers especially in the early nineteen hundreds. So they're still recovering from his areas but even in british columbia where they have never been. Traffic can still have an impact on numbers but then also be changing. They're happy a lot Or three us into mountains with roads to have nominate try and track to have to learn how to deliver roads. There's a lot of different things. How we impact them. And then life is just heart or walgreens Avalanches bears or wolves sometimes of food. So it's a tough life to live in israeli hospital places so maybe not helping. What can we do to help. protect them. They're so topical is innova very similar to any other species but also much more difficult. So the big thing as lawrence people Stay away from places where there's a lot of people So one thing is that we really wanted to protect bake natural areas of to be continued foreseen but the need to have really really big areas. That are connected. Were the only tread very lightly so mountains of really good face because very often people can't relate to mountains so it's easier to keep them a lot of space so just giving us face where we are in and then the other thing is to really make sure that there is harvest that it's not too much so that's probably the two things. Just try to keep as areas as possible wild waves and that also helps all the other species right like the mountain. Goats the carrie booth. The alex is year. They all want quite slices are natural where people can go can take trees out. We can do things but if we don't do too much than those species is the only difference is will raise so much more space than newtalk will re conservation. You have to just go one step further. It's not enough. The perfect one valley. You have to protect head valleys and the next mountain rage too. So that's maybe the biggest challenge that they need the five places the needs of the big it. It's actually really cool. That if we focus on protecting this one species we can help protect an entire ecosystem just because they need so much space. I really like about will rank confirmation if we're knowledge to keep the ball In these mountains or even in forest in eastern canada on perreault forests and. They're usually pretty good indicator for letter. That ecosystem is still healthy on. If you find walgreens in good numbers it usually means that the whole ecosystem is still doing quite well. So it's not just one or the other and bishop anyway not focus on these individuals species too much example rails these food pricey she stumped. Well that will rain want to well so we really have to look at these things together. Now i that makes a lotta sense. This was such an exciting interview. I feel like i learned so much. They didn't before chem. I was really nice talking to you. Rats i totally forgot to ask. Rocky and rose are doing. It was to blown away by the fact that by helping wolverines. We can help so many other animals. But you know that's actually true about her adoption projects. We choose the animals. We love the most to protect by helping. Arctic foxes. midland painted turtles are the western bumblebee. You actually help. All of the other animals that live in their entire ecosystem. It's all interconnected earth rangers. Did i mention that. This is a fifty episode. Because you know what. It's fiftieth episode. We've actually had in total fifty episodes. That's not one five five zero as in the number of comes up to forty nine fifty episode. Okay okay fine. But did i tell you that to celebrate the occasion. We now have brand new earth rangers. Podcast t shirts available in our easter. We are superstar in a break. Beautiful blue henry ranging on them genius. You're gonna ask your parents to earth. Rangers shop dot com. Check them out. And while you're browsing the store you gotta see the earth podcast bluetooth speaker. It is so often. It's absolutely perfect for listening to our show with a friend sibling or parent plus. It's made from super sustainable week instead of plastic. Is it amazing. Now if you'd like to win one of these speakers you should totally consider entering the junior wildlife reporters contest speaking of which heure earth rangers analysts. And lydia with their report about the most dangerous bird in the world. That's right it's time for junior wildlife reporters on shields with my junior wildlife day. I'm telling you about the key. Way hearth rangers In india we are reporting on the australian sovereign castleberry. You may have heard of this before but it is the most dangerous burden the world it is the most dangerous burden world because it can run as fast as a car. It can jump by air. And as dagger toes salunke one drums complex slashing with its toes and it has a shield on its head made out of carrollton. Carrollton is a stuff that your fingernails are made of. And what does it look like. It has lacked glossy baggers and it has a blue neck with red market is on it so this is very cool bird. I hope you enjoyed and learn some new stuff super cool analysts and lydia southern castleberry are dangerous birds but like most dangerous animals. They won't do anything if we give them space and don't try to approach them or feed them. I put a photo on the episode notes. So you can appreciate how they look and like all our junior reporters. You got yourself a chance to win our special edition. Earth rangers podcast speakers. Good luck all right rennes. Thank you so much for listening looking forward to the next fifty episodes can't tell you why but hey the feeling that adventure wait until next. Stay in g x..
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"Five november. Fourteen countries responsible for forty percent of the world's coastlines signed in you pledge to end overfishing restore fish populations and stop the global ocean plastic in the next ten years. I'd say that's an awesome knits number. Four more than two million people in northern india planted over two hundred and fifty million trees as part of government plan to tackle climate change in number three pin. You reported that its elephant. Population has more than doubled from sixty thousand nine hundred eighty nine just thirty four thousand today and the number of lions living in the country has risen by twenty five percent to from two thousand two thousand ten to two thousand four hundred eighty nine in twenty twenty. That's the kind of numbers that make you proud of your lion. Pride number two in our last episode we learned about lazarus taksin animals that we thought we'd lost but were discovered again. Get this two decades ago. Burmese roof turtle was thought to be extinct. Conservationists have since help the population recovered to nearly one thousand animals some of which have been successfully released into the wild myanmar number. One spain reported that there are now eight hundred and ninety four iberian lynx in the wild up from just ninety two and two thousand and two. That's one of the best conservation success stories of modern times so many great conservation stories. What a great reminder that it is possible to make a difference. You know what i got one more bonus story for you and for this one you can give yourself a big pat on the back. I know that many of you listeners have downloaded the earth rangers at and become true card carrying and on top of that thousands of kids have decided to help animals in need the earth rangers wildlife adoption program. If you haven't heard about it let me give you a brief overview of how it works you go the adoption section the app and take an endangered animal to polar bear. Great horned owl river water one of our other amazing conservation projects and then you can pick between virtual or plush adoption kit. Virtual kids are ten dollars. And i'm looking animal companion for your avatar some cool new avatar items a virtual badge and a digital adoption certificate a push adoption kit costs forty dollars and includes all the same virtual goodies as well as an horrible stuff to animal of the animal. You've chosen to protect and a poster and adoptions are difficult. If you're not on the app you can also get the plush adoption kits directly at our e. store had the earth ranger shop dot com and. Here's the best part. The money you raise goes to support important real life conservation work look at our wolverine project. For example wolverines are one of our weld wiley animals but they need our help. Climate change habitat loss or making it harder for them to find the massive territories. They need to call phone. That's why we called on you to help and we're happy to report. You did just that in a big way. Last year over one thousand of you pledged to protect wolverines and you raised over ten thousand dollars to help researcher. Miriam baretto as she worked. Learn about the wolverines. They'd make their homes in canada's rocky mountains. miriam cool. She is a watering researcher. But also a rock kramer now near skier and ultra runner and guess what l. rangers members got to name two of the wolverines museum is studying usually researchers. Just call the animals. They're observing something boring like male number seventeen or adolescents. Seven that miriam wanted some more interesting things for her wolverines so she asked us for help and boy. Do we come up with great suggestions. Lay watson and wendy pullin milly or and cookie. The names the chosen in the end. We're rocking and rose adore steadying wolverines very difficult. But it's a fascinating job. I actually had a chance to chat with mariam a few weeks ago to find out more about her exciting research here ticket out. Hi this earth ranger i'm looking for. Miriam baretto maryam. Oh hi great. I'm working on a podcast about wildlife conservation. Work and i was hoping you could tell us a little bit about your work with okay yet for sure. What would you like to know awesome. Well i actually saw the short film on youtube called chasing a trace and you heard like the star of the film. I mean well you the wolverines now from what i saw. It seems like a typical day in your life goes something like this. But a helicopter drops you off somewhere in the remote snowy wilderness up the rockies and then you're off on your own on or maybe on skis to track wolverines. Is it actually what you do in real life. I wish i did that everyday. Yes field where. They look a little bit like that. We either walk or ski or a helicopter to a pretty remote place on than do our work. They're often the as us so we're often not all day ourselves. Pretty out there since so cool. Did you have to train to become a survival expert. I in order to go on expeditions. Like that yes. Well luckily really officially. But i have spent a lot of time in about a decline. I rock climb by climb mountains. I go ski. Touring alternator we. We've done a lot of winter. Exhibitions too big mountains. So there's been a lot of training really so that we can actually make the fieldwork safe because it is kind of not bad safety. Just go outside in the middle of winter in nowhere and hope that nothing happens right you company that way you have to be prepared. It's often not comfortable. it's likely to convert. Sounds so cool. But that is plan your minus thirty degrees and it can be can be cold. We can get very tire because as long so you have to be the right kind of person somebody who really likes uncomfortable situations and has a lot of tricks to deal with it to know where to put on a layer. Did you take off layer. Have a drink tea. And just make sure that everything's gotcha. It sounds like an amazing incredibly tough job. I really curious. Why did you decide to study wolverines. Did you like about They are just so many things that can survive. He's not in something to all the things that we s mountain sports people aspire to write that. Just live out there where we only go for a weekend and so they're just fascinating but they're also really vulnerable. So i realized that. Here's a species said. Isn't it injured at this point. But that's needs a lot of work because we knew very little about them and.
"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers
"May think this one's a laugh so check it out who did send a bit like a laugh but which animal made that sound when it gets right away okay. I'll play one more time. Ready to guess the laughing. The hyena congratulations to everyone. Who guessed right john bt. What kind of jokes do heinous like doesn't matter villa. Laugh at anything now as you may know in many ways last year was no laughing matter. The pandemic brought a lot of uncertainty hardships to lots of people for example many of my fellow wildlife. Biologists had to cancel or postpone their field research last year but thankfully it wasn't all bad. It's just that sometimes among all the headlines about kobe nineteen wonderful. Good news stories get missed. Don't worry earth ranger. Emma is on the case. I.
"earth" Discussed on Rewilding Earth
"Is embedded within the global ecosystem the ecosphere or the biosphere right and inherently limited by it and began to look Look at sustainability environmental sustainability as a goal and and trying to conceive of ways where it would be possible to minimize the so called throughput of the flow that is of energy and materials through the economy while maintaining a reasonably stable and satisfactory standard of living and quality of life. But they have been. This has been an. I've been calling an emerging field for decades. Now it's been around fifty years. It has never been accepted by mainstream neoclassical economics. So it's been given short shrift marginalized. And you know who knows what it'll take for this very sensible for economics to become the mainstream none of the progress that we talk about on these types of chats is possible without a governments and without politics. I mean that's just the way. And i think that's one of the reasons that What you just said is so true. We've made it's been out there but we've made no progress whatsoever on it all this time because the people who don't wanna talk about it and found it very easy to bury the topic i mean what level of change are we looking at here. I would say a profound fundamental or revolutionary change shock. And maybe we can do it in an evolutionary manner but the fact is that both mainstream political parties and all the non mainstream windsor wedded to growth. They're equally wedded to growth. Everyone believes and there's some truth to this that a rising tide lifts all boats as it is said but there isn't any acceptance again. This is on the part of bill. Democrats and republicans at the say nothing of libertarians or others even greens. Nowadays there is no acceptance that that tied camp rise forever whereas the water gonna come from more. Generally were where the resources going to come from. so a lot of the supporters of this incoming administration of course are thrilled to get rid of the trump administration and its many atrocities vis-a-vis the environment but still you're dealing with intra political interests. Here that are very much wedded to this model. Neoliberal as you call it model of ad infinitum right and it can't happen in a finite world without major hell to pay so over the line. I've always taken the long range view of this. I wasn't as freaked out when the trump administration came in. Because i'd lived through eight years of the reagan administration back in the early about throughout the eighties pretty much most of it and Trump in my view worse than reagan for the environment and sustainability. But you know the earth and even wilderness areas in this country survived eight years of reagan in one thousand nine hundred eighty s. But we still didn't get off the unsustainable track that we are on Both in terms of this ideological addiction to growth..
"earth" Discussed on Rewilding Earth
"Why humans do the things we do how we react in situations how we use technology to dominate our environment around us and technology to see so culture and technology and all these things combined with a very very old soul called a species that has evolved over millennia. Long longtime long periods of time and The body the deep body the subconscious even seems to want to do. It's procreation thing. And just like any species on the planet wants to do and his biologically driven to do and then we have this awareness this consciousness of ourselves and what we're doing and then we have then we throw in our culture around that which is kind of like. Here's the man of station. Here's how we language how we procreate like crazy and how our mission seems to be from another planet looking down would be like well all these guys wanna do is just grow and grow and grow and grow and grow. That's that's plainly The outward thing that our species is giving off if anything else. It's just weird to watch. All of these. This very old biology combined with this culture stuff that we the the religions that we used to to procreate and grow and everything. I'm not saying it as well as you will. But is there anything to what i'm saying. Yeah absolutely i i think. All all religions just to cite one part of culture are pro-nato list that is encouraging their members to of their fella greases as we would say in spanish to go out and to How does it go and multiply and replenish the earth as in genesis. I believe it is in the bible. And i think pretty much. Everyone is the same way because they wanted to have. As many followers as possible in a world that is often hostile to them and filled with other religions or cultures a villages tribes trying to do the same thing so and there is something to be said for power or strength in numbers right to appoint until you start to exhaust the resources it takes to maintain those numbers..
"earth" Discussed on Rewilding Earth
"That and misery doesn't really need more company so a parting note. I just wanted share with listeners. From my heart to yours that you're not doing this alone. And that there are forces both seen unseen that are not only standing at the ready but they are you know completely involved and working so no no need to take on the burden of the world on your shoulders. We are h only one but as that one we have tremendous power because we are part of a whole and and there's a lot going on that beyond the fields of our human vision that is assisting us. So there's there's great hope for the future and we are we are all connected so don't lose heart with Thank you thank you for all that you do. Thank you for all that you aren for being here on the earth right now. This is a an extremely important time to be alive as a human being on the earth right now and that. That isn't anything that i take lightly that everything that you are and everything that you brain matters immigrants in my language that means thank you very much but my great grandmother. I had an opportunity to get to know. said grandson I know he use that work. Or thank you really. What means more closer to is all that you have given. I hope to the highest regard.
"earth" Discussed on Rewilding Earth
"I as a river ranger and later as wilderness coordinator. He also worked as a river guide for a decade as utah wilderness coordinator for the sierra club for two years beginning in two thousand kim assume various roles with grand canyon wildland council including a stint as the northern representative for the wilderness coalition before working on rivers and wilderness activism. He spent four years with the navy. Seals team won completing two combat deployments in vietnam. You were here as a routing leadership council member. I believe the first time we talked. And now you've picked up a couple of new titles board member and well. It's uncalled cold. A lot of things but wildland coordinators. Probably the one. I prefer so you've taken on in short a more active role Big time with rewarding and A lot of different projects that you've been working on right away just hit the ground running your massive resource to re wilding and the conservation community and think. That's why everybody was really excited to see you. Step into the new roles among your martini. Making skills competition with four on that one right right. The thing about rebuilding institute is it's for for me. It's an ideal environment because it r- open to ideas new ideas. Thanks but it's also people have conversations about those things out not been involved sierra club which is jianghuai coal. You throw ideas into not just to me. It's just been real positive positive. Change for everyone. I've taken a little census in and everyone is eagerly happy that you're here doing this and one of the things that you're working on We are part of A coalition a for by thirty. Wanna talk about that first off as we go through the things that you're involved with at least with rewinding north america in our campaign ahead the whole thirty by thirty idea stems strung the hafer concepts that actually read. Knox unfortunately reportedly wilson picked up on that kind of a national international effort. But you know we've been involved in that for a long time. We really think about it. Needs thirty percent of the earth's protected.
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"Higher. Three injures me Earth Ranger Emma? Sorry I haven't been on air for a while. I've actually been busy helping my best friend. Sarah Starter own podcast. It's called the big mouth and it's all about climate change and how it's affecting people and animals around the world but don't worry it's not the typical scary story kind of deal that may expect some climate change podcast. No Sarah does a great job staying positive and her show Super Fun. Oh wait she actually sent me a recording of the exact moment when she decided to start the show. They should play that for you. So you'll see what I mean Let me see Where's that clip? Yeah here we go big thoughts say let me God just so much to think about where to even start I know I school today. We had an assembly with like a slide show thing and it was all about climate change and environmentalism and it was crazy. The whole thing was just problem after problem and everyone speaking and either presentations with some vague warning about things that works and like that's the usual right every time you turn on the news you hear that officials say climate change and most of the time. I just listening this bad feeling in worried and like that's it but today I don't know something changed. I was listening to it and I just kept thinking. This isn't okay. Why is this still like this? Someone Someone needs to say something. Someone needs to do something and then. I fought me right. I think about this all the time. I care deeply about the planet. I know how to fact check in research. I kind of know how to record audio. Kinda but the point is this plan started to form in my mind and now I feel like I have to do it. My guys I'm going to do it. I'm going to start a podcast to figure out what's really going on with climate change. But it's going to be different. I'M GONNA do it in a way that flips the usual bad news. No answers vibe. 'cause like who needs more that. I'm going to try and talk to people who really study it and cut through the noise like the people who are actually changing things. Scientists Aktyubinsk risks. And he is. I can get on the phone even more than that. I WanNA talk to teams. Feel the same way I do and have started to act because I know I know so many other teams all over the world are the same and I just think if we can find each other and communicate. Maybe we can actually turn things around. It's a lot to think about but I am so ready to do this. That was by bus. Sorry I gotta go. Hey wait a melt. Podcast is brought to you by Earth Rangers and Gen Z. Media climate change is changing everything. And I've got something to say about that. The big melt. Don't freak out figuring out. Make sure to smash that. Subscribe Button where you get your task later. Staters Sarah. Doesn't that sound cool? You should totally check it out just search for the big melt in your podcast APP to subscribe. She's a bunch of episodes that already. Okay I'll be back with new episodes of the Earth Rangers podcasting until then stay awesome and coupon ranging bringer..
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"Pay their Rangers its earth ranger, Emma gear. Okay. The other day when I was out in the field searching fascinating stories for the new season. I'd bumped into a friend of mine safari guide Lawrence from the animal sound safari podcast. He was trying to catch a fish with his bare hands. It didn't really work out Lawrence and his team are podcast friends from Australia. And I think you really like their show animal. Sounds far is all about the weird and wacky stories. We humans have with animals around the world like Roosters saving lives in Portugal or camel, beauty queens in the Middle East. You know, what I think we should take a listen to my favorite episode. It's a story of yet poobah writing warrior, mice in Tibet Google is that all right Lawrence take it away. This is an ABC putt cost. Welcome to animals, sound safari. I'm you'll safari guide Lawrence. It's very mice to meet you, eat safari might take you to a different part of the world to me. A special animal today will be scurrying off to catch up with a quota on your social. And how do we get well in this? Are logical safari Mabille. It's only like the coolest Mabille on the planet. But I did notice it was looking a little ready. So I decided to clean it off a bit. And now it's squeaky-clean today way going to meet a rodent that loves to run up corks and play hide in squeak. Can you guess who it is? It's the mouse. So I've seen my scarring around here and there, but I've never actually had a pet mouse before have you? But I want to know what you already know about this little critter. Myself, quiet smart. And I think mice achie- key and disgusting whenever you see. It's just a blur. And then it goes between you couches and stuff, and you can't see it in my new house to every single time when we move into this like a lot of mice. And then there's some dead. My sometimes disgusting. They can do all the tricks that have tiny legs the ability small, so they can do going to slow spaces. I've been at say Delic disgust noodle. Something good. I wouldn't say they're like fifty and Ida full. Some interesting observations there. Now, let's see what Laura out animal expert has found out. Lawrence debase learns to base. This is Laura I've been here ratting around for facts. You'll jokes are really cheesy today. Laura, actually, I've been spending some time here at base and thinking about mice when it comes to mice us people just concierge to make up L minds OB I pissed all the world's cutest companions. Do. We love them. Like Mickey Mouse. Do they make a scream when they run along the floor. The answer is we feel all of these things about mice. At once this tiny little scarring squeaking ferry animal has had a big effect on him big affect on humans. How what do you mean? I mean, one mouse stealing out cheese. Okay. But when it becomes millions of little mice who become a plague. It's terrifying. These mice can eight their way. Through everything crops and even 'cause talk about a mouse attack. Yeah. These little creed is do have a lot of strength in numbers. This also a long history of mass love in Japan, for example, people kept fancy mice. These were house must that had been dimissed decayed as picks. So your saying that some people think there are too many mice and others want to make more mice. I'm way too confused as little animals have us running a rounding circle. I guess we'll have to make up our own minds on today's safari, then I guess you will speak soon Lawrence over and out. Over and out Laura today where heading to one of the highest spots on the planet to meet our small theory friends where going to two bets. It's in Asia. And it is so beautiful lots of very high mountains. Oh, wait. I just remembered a joke, which is so relevant right now. Ready? What kind of car does a mouse drive? It drives a minivan. You get like a mini van like a small van. Such a joke. The magical Safai Mabille is the opposite of a mouse minivan, though, I mean web big with us where loud and where going come on Hoppy in.