35 Burst results for "IPC"

"ipc" Discussed on 7 Layers

7 Layers

03:23 min | 4 months ago

"ipc" Discussed on 7 Layers

"A life cycle analysis very common deployment models as people have done a very good job over the past decade of not just shifting to renewables and and also upsetting upsetting energy consumption but actually really improving the efficiency of data centers in the form of me that middle use phase bucket. We've really made great strides. We have a long way to go. But we'd really made good progress especially with the largest guys really taking a leadership position there but the manufacturing phase in the supply chain really remains the big the big next focus area because it turns out that as much as three quarters of the carbon that is is you know kind of the the aggregate across the life cycle as much as three quarters of that in very common deployment models is tied to manufacturing so that no while we tackled renewables that embodied or scope three content on the manufacturing side is is the next big frontier. Yeah i think something that often goes under the radar so to speak is the manufacturing aspect of carbon or met. How manufacturing leads to carbon production. I so hot. It's so easy to focus on the middle face. You're talking about where the data centers were in use and how that energy consumption leads to a carbon footprint right so when we look at data center is that organizations use or that hyper and cloud providers us. How much of a priority is making those data centers environmentally conscious For those organizations is are they starting to look at. We really need to make these data centers environmentally conscious or are they looking at things like keeping them secure as more of a priority. It's both Absolutely security is is table stakes right. Everybody that's that that is that is unnecessary requirement to to any data center operation in a key focus area for everybody. But i am. I'm very positive. Positively inclined about kind of the authenticity with which people are approaching sustainability of data centers. Now and and importantly as distinct from even two years ago right. The tide is really turning on on sustainability of data centers and sustainability of the technology industry in general. And you know. I think candidly it's tied to both internal and external pressures right. I think people generally you know not only is there a mounting kind of drumbeat of of reports the latest. Ipc report you know a week and a half ago talking about you know the the much accelerated pace that were on. Even compared with the previous report and the potentially irreversible impacts of the the various human caused industrial era caused climate change so there is external pressure mounting but there is also as a as a as an industry. I do see that that people deeply care about solving this problem in taking a leadership roles. So i think there is a focus on it. I think the challenge candidly is that you know getting to renewable is pretty. Well understood problem. It's like hey. My data center consumes this much energy. I can either purchase that. My i can run..

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Amanda Little Asks, What Is the Future of Our Food?

Environment: NPR

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Amanda Little Asks, What Is the Future of Our Food?

"We have a growing global population. We have growing demand for meat. We also have decreasing arable land. We have increasingly brittle an antiquated food supply chains and all of this is combined with these increasing climate pressures and there has to be a new approach. This is journalist. Amanda little and like a lot of us. She's trying to make ethical food choices for herself. I live in nashville tennessee. Land of barbecues. I am a shark and charmed waters and has been very hard for me to remove meat from my diet. And that's just one reason. Why amanda wrote a book called the fate of food. It's an investigation into what needs to happen to prevent future food emergencies. The international panel on climate change has said that by mid century the world may reach a threshold of global warming beyond which current agricultural practices will no longer support large human civilizations. And i've committed to memory it's at actual quote from a twenty fourteen. Ipc report because it's just such a staggering statement. When you put it like this. Amanda like part of me is like oh my gosh. It's enough to want to turn off the radio and cry. But i don't want people to do that because you know you've spent all these years traveling and talking to people who are trying to fix it yeah. This is a deeply troubling story. How do you feed the world. This is a question that has propelled and troubled civilization for the better part of thirteen thousand years right. And you have one side saying let's go back to the way things were industrial farming screwed. Everything up you know we. We need to d- infant our food supply and go back to sort of pre industrial agriculture.

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"ipc" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

03:48 min | 5 months ago

"ipc" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"This part is not a scientific study. it's not a bunch of scientists doing some analysis. The ipc is actually one hundred and ninety five governments across the world who have then asked a bunch of climate scientists to read all the academic literature that has been published since the last assessment report. And then make based on this literature. find out. what do we know how confident are we. What are the things where we have still gaps in our understanding. Where is the jury still out and so by design. This is conservative report. Because it's really from everything that has been published from everything. What can we say. Where do we have evidence where everything points in the same direction there. We have very high confidence. But we're things depend on how you frame the question which model to use and so on we have low confidence and so this is really highlighting the things that we have very very certain about yes so it's not only the the models have gotten better since the first report which they obviously have their much higher resolution but also you know the first report was based on hundreds of studies one is based on over fourteen thousand studies and in addition those folks who came in read. The report gave us of thousands of review comments to work on for each chapter. So i mean it's an intensely. Intensely carefully scrutinized report you. I was really impressed by the work. On extreme temperatures in part because again. I'm like a sympathetic outside consumer right but it seemed like compared to previous ipc reports and correct me if this is wrong this is kind of less equivocal about which types of weather events are if you will kind of signature right. It's kind of saying like if you have a relatively modest increase in warming. You're going to see even now extreme events like five times more often like fifty temperature anomalies. You get up to one and a half or two very very frequent. Can you guys talk more about how those are calculated and i assume that matches up pretty well with observational data. Where we have good data correct. Yes so. I think what this report i think for. The first time makes very clear is that while climate change effects all sorts of extreme weather events. It's an absolute game changer. When it comes to heat waves and hot extremes so we see everywhere in the world an increase already in heat wave so we have more heat waves longer heatwaves and hotter heat waves and while we also see many of the world and increase in heavy rainfall events there we see maybe a doubling at current levels of warming and also not everywhere in the world but for heatwaves we see the number of how much more likely heatwave gets depends on how you define heat wave so the sort of the headline numbers that are given in the summary. For policymakers based on a measure that's called ex- x. So if you take the maximum temperature in every year and every point that is the measure you you look at has by now. Increased approximately by a factor of five. But when you think about heat wave has you experience it. It's rarely ex experience at sort of grip point level of a model personally because heatwaves that we experience are usually on slightly larger scales last for maybe a week or so and so we have assessed a lot of publications on individual heat waves or scientists have looked how has the likelihood of these kind of event changed and we see there are heatwaves like the.

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Is Global Warming a Hoax?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Is Global Warming a Hoax?

"We're are talking with steven hayward about the just released. Un ipcc report on the imminent demise of the earth due to global warming. and steve. Before the break you were just starting to explain that this entire global warming hysteria is based on model projections but the scientists scientific portion of the ipc report is starting to acknowledge that there are simply serious problems with those models. So let's pick it up there. Yeah this is the hardest playing in simple terms you know. There's a famous quote from late. James q wilson one of the most prominent conservative political scientists to the last generation anyone's said the social scientists quick trying to predict the future. You can't even predict the past and that turns out to be exactly true. Climate modeling scientific community that works on this recently tried to back to some of their models to data we've generated from thousands thousands of years ago and found that the model generated temperature predictions that way off from what the temperature records were able to figure out actually work so come to the current Reports and you know the problem computer miles of the old garbage in garbage out. What do you put in the front end Well you have to put in an admissions projection. How much greenhouse gas emissions admit from fossil fuels over the next seventy eighty years and the last few reports from pcc. The last one being in two thousand fourteen had these very high projections of what they thought we were gonna do. Over the next century the world about growth and so forth well As time has gone on people look at those projections. say those are totally unrealistic

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"ipc" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

07:11 min | 5 months ago

"ipc" Discussed on Today in Focus

"We saw the publication of the un six ipc climate report this week in the calendar of an environmental journalists like yourself. How big a moment is this. The red letter days michael. No doubt about it. And that's because of the enormous scale at the enterprise. I actually think that these are the biggest scientific endeavors ever attempted in in human history thousands of scientists on the work that they do is all collected poured over judged put together and then they bring into these enormous reports which represents the current state of knowledge of what's happening with our climates then most importantly and they produced this summaries for st pages which is gone through line by line by all the governments in the world. Each line has to be agreed by consensus. And so it's not only the judgment of the well. Scientists is also been endorsed by the world's governments that this is what's happening with the climate report doesn't tell us what to do. It doesn't say you have to do this and then you have to do. This doesn't provide us with such solutions or tell us that you need to do this. And that's up for us. This new report is about the physical science of climate change. And but it's only one part of three and the second parts will do is how we can reduce emissions and assert penalty was how we can if we can adapt to the changes. And they're coming out in the next few okay so this gigantic exercise or culminated in the release of the report this week. What did actually say the very first words in it is unequivocal and what it meant was. The climate crisis is real. You know the world's getting hotter unequivocal that humans have made that happen. Today's ipc report says a global one point five celsius temperature. Rise is now inescapable. Perhaps within twenty years is also unequivocal that human activities like burning fossil fuels and chopping down forests are making extreme weather events making those more intense and more frequent. It also found that it's happening everywhere on land cnn. There's nowhere that safe. This isn't a problem. That's fattening far away. From people in rich countries like nine devastating report by the un's intergovernmental panel on climate change which warns that many human caused effects are now irreversible. It looks and found something since we've done really irreversible and along vast to do with the ocean segregation is going to continue heating for centuries sea level rise is going to continue for centuries all of these things are unprecedented in millennia. If not millions of years okay. So what about the k. Number in this report how much hotter has the world gotten. The temperature has risen since what's called pre industrial which easily eight eighteen fifty nine thousand nine hundred period and so the temperature has risen by just the one degree centigrade and of course thousands doesn't sound like a great deal but even just that one degree centigrade has already meant that events. That were happening. Let's say once a century of patenting once every twenty years. Did it make any predictions about what needs to happen. In the short term to cape global hating within a kind of manageable bracket absolutely so one point. Five degrees centigrade is You know what we could call. The manageable bracket the sons is i spent but to them over the weekend ahead of the report and they all sense the same thing. Which is we need rapid date and immediate cups to carbon emissions. And the thing. That's very striking about that to me. From somebody who follows. This is that that's never happened. Except for during the pandemic that sides emissions will only ever gone up and acoustic stimulating atmosphere. So it's not just cutting the emissions to a bit less than last year. You have to get them back down to zero in the few decades. Some of these findings are just so stark. The idea that the global surface temperatures already one degrade hotter that. The past five years have been hottest on record since eighteen fifty but paddock statistics. Actually translate to the real world. I mean how do you link what we've read in this report to the kind of weather events that we're witnessing now what happens. When you increase the temperature by that is kind of raised the starting level so a heat wave that would have been fairly. Intense becomes that much more intense warmer hotter also can hold more moisture and therefore you get more torrential downpours and of course the more intense rainstorm. The more likely you are to get flooding sea levels rising think about hurricanes using for example the south coast of the united states. If you're starting you know twenty or thirty centimeters higher as that storm surge comes in hurricane winds of blowing the waves on shore along with the rain. it's going to reach much further inland than it would have done. Otherwise you know all this really is measured in human suffering in on that sometimes gets lost in the kind of boll statistics and every extra ton of co two means a bit more suffering around the world and not just in flora faraway countries is with everybody right now and so other events in the news. Now i mean over the past year where you can say. They are the result of the kind of climate hating that. We're saying in this report. Absolutely decisive attribution. Where people can't feel the odds of an event happening in the world as we have it compared to the world without any global heating if we hadn't been all this fossil fuels heat wave powerfully illustrated. How much of an increase in intensity could be observed and as you saw from the study yes. Climate change is the main driver behind this heat wave. Around two-thirds of the events they look at heat waves and droughts and floods and things like that around. Two thirds of the events have a clear fingerprint of climate change. That's all happening with a bit over one degree of warming. What happens if we hit one point five degrees. And why is that number the source of so much attention so if one point five degrees was chosen as a an ambitious limit at the paris climate. Change deal in two thousand fifteen but there isn't anything magic about that number. I took climate change being a slow motion disaster an incremental so one point six degrees is definitely worse than one point five and one point seven worst one point six and so on and so on so it's not like fall off a cliff in suddenly the whole climate crashes so what happens if we go over one point five world one good example from the reporters that extreme heat waves that were expected about once every fifty years without any global heating or already happening every decade with one and a half degrees warming. Don't happen every five years. When you get two degrees you get these extremely heatwaves. Every three and a half years and if god forbid we hit four centigrade they'll happen every fifteen months okay and that's a heat waves that we were expecting once every fifty years is going to happen more or less every year. It's it's scary prospect going beyond.

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Hot Prospects: A Sobering IPCC Report

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:04 min | 5 months ago

Hot Prospects: A Sobering IPCC Report

"The intergovernmental panel on climate change as a long history of choosing its words carefully but in the latest report from the un's global climate authority released this morning. The tone is shifting for years. There was a whisper of uncertainty of unwillingness to make definitive and damning statements. It's clear from the words of ipc chairman wholesomely. That reluctance is going. I it has. It is indisputable that human activity is causing climate change and making extreme weather events more frequent as severe second is shows that climate change is affecting every region on our planet and lastly explains that strong rapid sustained reductions in carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions will be required to limit global warming. These are sobering assessments the last trench of research. The ipc will publish ahead of a mammoth clement meeting in glasgow later. This year is the most comprehensive assessment of the science behind climate. Change that the has released in is rachel. Dobbs writes about climate change for the economist represents a huge commitment by scientists. There are two hundred thirty four. Paul authors going over thousands and thousands of papers. It's has with much more certainty than we've ever had. What is driving climate change. How human actions impact on it. What the effects of it will be and the ways that we can avoid some the west consequences and its conclusions make pretty grim reading because what are of those conclusions. What's the report saying. So this report finds that. Even if countries to drastically reduce their greenhouse gas emissions now none of them currently show consistent downward trend of any sort the world would likely breach one point five degrees celsius of temperature rise above preindustrial levels within the next twenty years

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"ipc" Discussed on Less Than Average Podcast

Less Than Average Podcast

05:44 min | 6 months ago

"ipc" Discussed on Less Than Average Podcast

"To kind of how you guys are doing paintings or something like that. There's this whole hidden chapter to content creation whether that's on instagram tick talk twitter facebook youtube twitch obviously like. There's so many ways. I feel like it'd be so helpful for veterans to like have something of like that they made in the they continue to make that is it's is such a wild west of things and there's no right or wrong way of doing it so for you guys to offer programs to help them with that like you said you were talked before the podcast on how to ask still computers how to yes you know like connection webcam those little things as kind of you don't know what kind of see that might plant i'm like oh my webcam. How do i add a graphic. Ooh okay then. How i bought like there's it just kind of build upon itself overtime and then all of a sudden you look back been streaming for about two years. I look back. I james are real bad real bad but i look back on our stu like that. You know our first dubbed the peace trees like ooh rough around the edges there. But the idea was there you know yeah and like you said you know We we of saw that too right is given given warriors as new experiences and we looked to live streaming for one of those and so we hosted the ipc building hosted by veteran on our channel. We have over three hundred. We like work car. Like three hundred vets showing up each night. It was a three part series to really learn how to how to build a pc. And i think the coolest feedback that we got out of. That event was A father and son our the pc building together and after that they ordered the parts and built the pc together and each shared the feedback that that was the most connection that him and his son have felt For a long time and that just gave them a new thing that they could connect on you know and it's just You never know you never think that's what's local about this. So yeah that's cool thing too like especially you guys have. Obviously in the discord. The stream serve community You've got people who are just trying to be in the community hang out. You've got streamers who are trying to promote and and try and get people involved with nuclear project and you've got everybody in between you know what i mean and the cool part. Is that if you look through everybody's channels. You've probably already noticed this. Like my channel looks different than somebody else. But this is my form of expression whereas you go to santa else's veterans. That's their form of expression. And i think that a lot of veterans bottle so much shit up and and i'm saying this because i was a veteran and i bottled a lot of shit up like you know like i'm saying this from experience but asked getting into like i saw this with music. I was really really into music teaching people to play music. I dealt with a lot of veterans. Who didn't have an outlet at all no out. Yes and in their outlook drinking or their outlet was sitting on the couch. Veggie out and then feeling terrible all the time you know so music gave them something else to focus on and that they can see small improvements over time content creation..

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Intel Announces 11th Gen Rocket Lake & Comet Lake Refresh

PC Perspective Podcast

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Intel Announces 11th Gen Rocket Lake & Comet Lake Refresh

"Intel also announced stuff that was the day before they announced eleventh gen stuff so on desktop it's rocket lake s which let's just get this out of the way. This is basically a previous laptop architecture ported over to desktop so along with that comes they're better. Ipc has up to nineteen percent higher than ten th gen desktop but also the Laptop limitation of only eight cores and threads backs so the new eleven. Nine hundred k. Is not a ten core part. It's not twelve. corpora park. An eight core part. Now you're getting higher single threaded performance but you are losing two cores. Jim sure is. It's not a great look to go from ten to eight for your flagship. But it's new

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Union of Concerned Scientists' Dr. Rachel Cleetus Discusses What the Biden Administration Needs to Do to Address the Climate Catastrophe

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

09:54 min | 1 year ago

Union of Concerned Scientists' Dr. Rachel Cleetus Discusses What the Biden Administration Needs to Do to Address the Climate Catastrophe

"To the healthcare policy podcast on the host. David intra cosso during this podcast discussed with the union of concerned. Scientists climate energy programs policy director. Dr rachel cletus. What the biden administration needs to address mitigate the effects of the worsening climate crisis. dr cletus. welcome to the program. Hello david thank you so much for having me. dr cletus. bile is of course posted on the podcast website. This is my fifteenth climate crisis related interview on background. The climate catastrophe continues to accelerate hemispheric carbon concentrations are now measured at four hundred seventeen parts per million the greatest concentration of carbon in our species existence. Not surprisingly there's a ninety nine percent chance. Twenty twenty will be among the top five warmest years. Two thirds chance for sixty six percent chance that will be the warmest year on record. This year is also experiencing a record-breaking atlantic hurricane and with thirty named storms to date and record breaking wildfires in the arctic that is warming at upwards of three times the rate of the rest of the planet the albedo effect from the loss of summarized will be equal to the release of one tree tons of carbon equivalents in the atmosphere. This amount approximates forty percent of all human caused ghg emissions. Since seventeen fifty in addition northern permafrost that holds almost twice as much carbon dioxide is currently in the atmosphere his thawing seventy years earlier than previously predicted the plan is also experiencing unprecedented biological violation. Vector-borne diseases including covid nineteen continued to proliferate and the trump administration in denying scientific reality has rescinded approximately one hundred environmental regulations that i discussed with sabin centers. Michael burger last may and finally listeners are where he federal court ruled earlier. This year. that americans do not have a constitutional right to survivable climate. So with that welcome. Dr cletus again were here discuss climate policy under the vitamin station. So before diving into that. A doctor cletus Regarding my brief assessment. Is there anything. You'd like to add or alternative. I can i alternatively i can ask the question. The union put out a document a few years ago called the title the world scientists warning to humanity. so if you prefer to answer The ladder what was in that warning. I think you've just made out a very thorough set of reality that were tainted with respect to the climate crisis. Things that climatize this morning house project are now actually happening around a severe climate crisis. If you're now it's no longer about some distant problem and it's affecting us here in the united states and around the world you mentioned the record breaking hurricane season we've seen the cocaine season moby seem pretty extraordinary type wounds on the other side of her world with the teams being. Hit back to back. In the last few weeks we've seen extraordinary heatwaves around the world in europe in asia flooding And see living wage which is inexhaustible continuing slow moving disaster that many low-lying things around the world are facing Including as in the us Especially in on that. He's been go goes. We're at a point. Now where we are rapidly running out of time to address very new classes and as you pointed out as well we actually earn a moment for our nation is facing colliding. Place the covid nineteen pandemic as you mentioned but we also have a rapidly worsening economic crisis. We have a crisis democrats in our country. That is being made there In this moment so all of these colliding to creative patrician where underlying social economic disparities than discrimination being exacerbated and a climate crisis is holding a very inequitable way Around the world and here in the us so what we do now what the biden administration does and what future us administration to is very very important. The most significant difference. We're going to see is that we now have an administration that recognizes the fines will be guided by the signs and how they respond to the climate crisis instead of an administration that basically lied relentless me about the existence of Munchies the climate crisis that even the reality the cova christ who actually worked to make them more worse. So now we have a president who actually five instead of sidelining them and silence them yes. thank goodness. I will say As had been speculated trump's legacy will probably be moreover his Calling the crisis a hoax and of course Rescinding these operas of hundred epa mostly epa regulations. Let's get into What we might expect from the biden administration. We could start with. I did intend or ask you What did the biden campaign pledge to address the climate crisis. But let's let's pass on. That says now he's been elected you wrote In a union of concerned scientists blog post. I believe it was dated november seventh What the by presi means Relative to the climate crisis you identified Various aspects are measures that the biden ministrations should take under the title wet. President biden's should do on climate. You could note a few of these relative to what you think would be most productive coming from a biden administration. What's most important for the vitamin that administration to extend a very clear strong and early signal. They're going to take this challenge seriously. They wanna aggressive with all of that. They have so. I know that maybe have pointed out that In our democratic took them eighty the actions that the president together with the action congress that will really allow for full Aggressing of problems like climate crisis. And no doubt congress. Must say it's hard if we're going to get your They should have and comprehensive action. But there's a loss at the biden expiration can and should do on its own and much of that can be done fairly quickly Within the first hundred days of the administration taking power one quick forward and simple thing that everyone has been talking about is of course are getting back in the remount of the trump administration on november. four The final the us from the of women that is an action that puts us on the sidelines and uniquely isolated on the world stage where the only country that has actually stepped away from the therapy. We need to get back An after the responsible major nation of the world i together with other nations to raise invasion around a dozen the global climate crisis. And i miss fans there's no different the covid nineteen pandemic. we can solve the global complex challenges only when the app in concerts that other nations. So that's pretty straightforward It's not enough to just get back. In paris agreement we have to borrow A with domestic action. That shows that you are gonna take this seriously. We have to set signs and gone goals cutting He in mission here in the us. The ipc record and twenty eighteen all down some pretty cure now. Metrics are the growth of the global community would have to meet to stay below two degrees here. Aiming for one point five degrees celsius about pre industrial levels the temperature increase so. She do contribute. Its fair share to that. The us must be on a bad day to get to net zero emissions. No later than twenty for before. I'm have to be well on that. By twenty thirty having our mission show By twenty thirty to do that we're going to need action across the economy. Has inspector the biden administration should be directing every federal agency To make sure that they're incorporating climate science and their actions that they're looking for opportunities to go cut emissions as the bill climate billions to the climate impacts that are unfortunately already locked in Their action that the administration can take to the deputy voters and regulatory action to cut heat trapping emissions cosby economy. They should do so There are a number of very aggressive. Compensation decorative voter that Should be giving both back and one thing that is the has not recognize the now taking these kinds of ambitious actions requires leadership not just from the president but from his gatherer competitive agency. You'll be watching me. What appointments look like we need to have people in charge of these agencies and appointed to cabinet positions that recognize how climate change touch with every aspect of our economy and our lives and there needs to be david into their world view.

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What is an IPCC report?

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 1 year ago

What is an IPCC report?

"When you read about climate change, you may come across mention of an IPCC report, but you may not know what that is or why it matters. Assessments of the intergovernmental. Panel on Climate Change. The IPC are written by scientists who were nominated by U N member nations from around the world basically tasked with providing the world with an objective scientific view of climate change and its impacts globally. Virginia Burkett is chief scientist for climate and land change at the United States, Geological Survey, and she was a lead author of the three most recent IPC assessment reports. The latest report was written edited and reviewed by more than two thousand scientists. It's based on data presented in more than nine thousand scientific studies. So Burke says, these reports reflect far more than any one individual's perspective on climate change they represent the consensus of the science community globally there based on peer-reviewed publicly available literature. She says the goal is not to provide policy recommendations, but to give lawmakers and citizens the information they need to make smart decisions and find solutions to this global crisis.

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Anthony Tassone on how GreenKey got started

The Voice Tech Podcast

03:44 min | 2 years ago

Anthony Tassone on how GreenKey got started

"In two thousand thirteen. I was doing the first of many winters down in the Virgin Islands and found a green tea because I was trying to build a voice software application that could work with knee remotely so as I travel around around the world. I wanted to have something on my desktop that enabled me to connect my counterparty brokers who are all over the world and there wasn't anything that was software based on two thousand thirteen and when I went and asked people within banks I thought it was crazy they thought that would never happen. Brokers would never communicate with you over the internet or in a cloud or using software though communicating. Just by telephone about your hardware lines. They're called tedium signals. You know these are the big hardware devices. And they have a physical line that connects from me to you. Own One continuous line. They're very expensive to our partner. One of our investors. IPC THEY AAC create hardware turrets. They connect people with tedium lines. And it's very resilient is something that works in an always works and as always going WanNa work and so these mission critical users like traders. They need to walk in the office in the morning and have their left work. They don't care what it costs. They don't care how archaic it is it just it works. Don't change anything mission critical. You can believe it. He had this crazy idea about bringing the internet into things under pushback but what specifically voice interfaces and sound what is it that turned you onto that side of things so green tea. Nearly as I said was the soft interface in my idea. The time of founding rinky was to create the telephony application and then in bed speech recognition. NLP INTO IT and the adopting the new voice interface was challenged because of muscle memory. Change and I think the move toward soft interfaces on Wall Street. It's going to continue to be slow. It may be one to two percent a year. It will happen over time. Maybe they'll be a big bang event as a younger generation of traders comes up. But it's going to be very slow adoption so wasn't an ideal the market for cranky to be a startup in so what we did was we hinted instead. Let's stop competing with the providers of these hardware shirts in lines Let's partner with them so we partner with IPC and then we just focus on the data science component we just focused on speech recognition in. NLP and not being the actual application that you have to log into but rather we will get on to whatever telephony device you're using CISCO PHONE SKYPE call doesn't doesn't matter to US additionally over time we got away from audio and said we're agnostic of what this data sources that you bring to us if it was audio before it becomes texts. That's fine with us we're going to ever extract incites meaning you want us to extract insides directly from the Audio. You can do that as well but today our customers. There's are mixed. They feed US raw text data or they'll feed US audio and options with the transcription as well as the sometimes. You have both against. Yeah that's correct. It'll lessen major source of confusion. Infusion I think on Wall Street and even police department which is there's a step I like there's audio than it gets converted to this unstructured mass. We call all a transcript. That has very little meaning. It's what happens next is the magic it's taking this unstructured transcript and extracting insights doing summers ation nation and taking keywords out in really understanding what are the intents of the people. Having this conversation very few people can make sense of or make use of just an unstructured unstructured text file and so we do a lot of educating our customers on moving them to the next step which is leveraging LP to structure up that unstructured file. I believe

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The future of the planet clearly in our hands: top climate change scientist

UN News

08:57 min | 2 years ago

The future of the planet clearly in our hands: top climate change scientist

"There are clear benefits to keeping the Earth's temperature below two degrees and the choices we make now will be critical for the future Sure of our oceans and krause fear that's the message from Angel- Prakash Coordinating Lead Author of the latest UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. or I P C C report on the havoc being unleashed on the earth's oceans and ice caps and what can be done to address it's unprecedented negative impacts on ecosystems and people in an interview with you a news Mr Prakash highlighted the importance of climate-proofing development programs building climate Brasilia infrastructure developing early warning systems and putting in place institutional innovation for Tackling Disasters Mr Prakash spoke to you on news eighteen Gar defined these new IPC city which is focusing on two important system which is oceans and glass fear and finding the that there's been Dogged about basically focuses on two points one is that these two systems interconnected systems and what happened wants to the Tucson also impact a larger larger population which is getting affected so oceans coming up the Earth is because of this fear are also changing and then the which is which is a frozen part of our world which is also changing so these two are important system entities there are people who are driving directly resources from the ocean systems they will be directly affected they'll be more cyclones in future similarly because of the glaciers declining there is a new be chained in water regimes and this is something which is not in future what we are seeing that this is happening today now and that's the major part of the question that we are trying to address here to this deport oceans are warming glaciers melting and sea level is rising but in a sense that we we know the pieces to deport has been saying saying just very critically that systems are at a very critical stage excited crisis is happening and because of this climate prices there are changes in the in the environmental system which is impacting the lives of the people so unfortunately is not good news but the only good news with we can share is that we can change the system so this the wave washes coming up weekend changed what decision governments me today when have an impacter for their future will be so our future is clearly in our hand and that's the message from the right and the report also says that global warming has already reached one disintegrate about the industry level and you've hinted about people being affect did their livelihoods depend on ocean ecosystems so how concern we should be about the consequences it may have on ecosystems and people we are not talking about one point five degrees centigrade we're talking about one centigrade rise in temperature so we have our leave the Centigrade and then what you're talking about this to keep US below one point five degree from the industrial level by end of the century but the way we are progressing at this moment what this report says that even if he you know of we are going to cross one point five degrees and chance chances is that we will you know we have to keep the temperature below two degree and that's the major issues that we have now what is happening is that because of the warming of the climate and the global warming there are many many people who are directly dependent for example six hundred seventy million people in the highly highly mountain region six hundred eighty million people in low lying astute zone because of the warming of the oceans and the changes in class field the no the sea level is rising and then that is directly affect going to be affecting who are staying in low-lying cortisone like for example people in the Small Island Developing States there sixty five million people who are living in the small island developing their about four let formula and people living in the Arctic region these people are going to be directly affected right so definitely a benefit of keeping the temperature below two degree and the choices that we make now very difficult for the future of the oceans and crafts here and this is what this report is being precising underscoring from the quarterback so what concrete emergent measures must be taken to address these changes in the ocean and ecosystems in the short-term dot com what we're talking about is probably now from now till twenty thirty two hundred fifty that the long term is between twenty fifty two and essentially what we are in a one to one is definitely as mitigation we need who if not work on mission that that is where countries have to come together they must cooperate and misses that you know if you we countries do not fall got it we will have much you know Greek future that's what this report is talking about the second part is adapation because even if you know the countries like for example Putin pal in this part of the world I'd actually carbon neutral countries they have not contributed anything to global warming AH at the age of the changes happening at this moment there four fund at the community the poorest communities in Bhutan and they file out the forefront of of whatever change is happening for example also in email invasions in India and Pakistan Bangladesh those the entire Integration Melanesian India's and also people living in the coastal communities now the question of how how can we adapt the first point is to climate proof flapping program so all the development program are slow go through climate-proofing process and the second is that we introspection has to be made climate resilient you know we have been seeing unprecedented changes in the in the in the weather for example you know there there's many many cyclones coming up Carribean ditsy cyclone that came together and this is all has been the scientists from my pieces have been warning these about these is for long long time and this report is the emphasizing underscoring and saying that this is this is going to be much more pronounced in future so we need to definitely have a much better early warning system we need to have institutionally ovation for tackling disaster and also resilient vibe your practices and to get this this we need to have a long-term monitoring kroger them sharing data information knowledge nothing improve scientific forecast it'll help us in predicting more such events you've been tracking climate change for a very long time in your view what have been the greatest changes you have seen over the past reviews that we think that I would like to emphasize one is the cloud even have been increasing philosophy more than ten years I've seen personally that and I've been working in the industrial region In the in based in London earlier and I think that the flood events have been much more frequent and the it much career in the extreme precipitation events have been more pronounced so this is one which is very very important for mountain people because you have flash floods and concerted effort that is to support our landscape and communities and individuals to address the challenges of intriguing urban heat in in in many of them locations has been very challenging for the government so the heat waves which is going to be much more pronounced in future and we have been already

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The future of the planet clearly in our hands: top climate change scientist

UN News

08:57 min | 2 years ago

The future of the planet clearly in our hands: top climate change scientist

"There are clear benefits to keeping the Earth's temperature below two degrees and the choices we make now will be critical for the future Sure of our oceans and krause fear that's the message from Angel- Prakash Coordinating Lead Author of the latest UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. or I P C C report on the havoc being unleashed on the earth's oceans and ice caps and what can be done to address it's unprecedented negative impacts on ecosystems and people in an interview with you a news Mr Prakash highlighted the importance of climate-proofing development programs building climate Brasilia infrastructure developing early warning systems and putting in place institutional innovation for Tackling Disasters Mr Prakash spoke to you on news eighteen Gar defined these new IPC city which is focusing on two important system which is oceans and glass fear and finding the that there's been Dogged about basically focuses on two points one is that these two systems interconnected systems and what happened wants to the Tucson also impact a larger larger population which is getting affected so oceans coming up the Earth is because of this fear are also changing and then the which is which is a frozen part of our world which is also changing so these two are important system entities there are people who are driving directly resources from the ocean systems they will be directly affected they'll be more cyclones in future similarly because of the glaciers declining there is a new be chained in water regimes and this is something which is not in future what we are seeing that this is happening today now and that's the major part of the question that we are trying to address here to this deport oceans are warming glaciers melting and sea level is rising but in a sense that we we know the pieces to deport has been saying saying just very critically that systems are at a very critical stage excited crisis is happening and because of this climate prices there are changes in the in the environmental system which is impacting the lives of the people so unfortunately is not good news but the only good news with we can share is that we can change the system so this the wave washes coming up weekend changed what decision governments me today when have an impacter for their future will be so our future is clearly in our hand and that's the message from the right and the report also says that global warming has already reached one disintegrate about the industry level and you've hinted about people being affect did their livelihoods depend on ocean ecosystems so how concern we should be about the consequences it may have on ecosystems and people we are not talking about one point five degrees centigrade we're talking about one centigrade rise in temperature so we have our leave the Centigrade and then what you're talking about this to keep US below one point five degree from the industrial level by end of the century but the way we are progressing at this moment what this report says that even if he you know of we are going to cross one point five degrees and chance chances is that we will you know we have to keep the temperature below two degree and that's the major issues that we have now what is happening is that because of the warming of the climate and the global warming there are many many people who are directly dependent for example six hundred seventy million people in the highly highly mountain region six hundred eighty million people in low lying astute zone because of the warming of the oceans and the changes in class field the no the sea level is rising and then that is directly affect going to be affecting who are staying in low-lying cortisone like for example people in the Small Island Developing States there sixty five million people who are living in the small island developing their about four let formula and people living in the Arctic region these people are going to be directly affected right so definitely a benefit of keeping the temperature below two degree and the choices that we make now very difficult for the future of the oceans and crafts here and this is what this report is being precising underscoring from the quarterback so what concrete emergent measures must be taken to address these changes in the ocean and ecosystems in the short-term dot com what we're talking about is probably now from now till twenty thirty two hundred fifty that the long term is between twenty fifty two and essentially what we are in a one to one is definitely as mitigation we need who if not work on mission that that is where countries have to come together they must cooperate and misses that you know if you we countries do not fall got it we will have much you know Greek future that's what this report is talking about the second part is adapation because even if you know the countries like for example Putin pal in this part of the world I'd actually carbon neutral countries they have not contributed anything to global warming AH at the age of the changes happening at this moment there four fund at the community the poorest communities in Bhutan and they file out the forefront of of whatever change is happening for example also in email invasions in India and Pakistan Bangladesh those the entire Integration Melanesian India's and also people living in the coastal communities now the question of how how can we adapt the first point is to climate proof flapping program so all the development program are slow go through climate-proofing process and the second is that we introspection has to be made climate resilient you know we have been seeing unprecedented changes in the in the in the weather for example you know there there's many many cyclones coming up Carribean ditsy cyclone that came together and this is all has been the scientists from my pieces have been warning these about these is for long long time and this report is the emphasizing underscoring and saying that this is this is going to be much more pronounced in future so we need to definitely have a much better early warning system we need to have institutionally ovation for tackling disaster and also resilient vibe your practices and to get this this we need to have a long-term monitoring kroger them sharing data information knowledge nothing improve scientific forecast it'll help us in predicting more such events you've been tracking climate change for a very long time in your view what have been the greatest changes you have seen over the past reviews that we think that I would like to emphasize one is the cloud even have been increasing philosophy more than ten years I've seen personally that and I've been working in the industrial region In the in based in London earlier and I think that the flood events have been much more frequent and the it much career in the extreme precipitation events have been more pronounced so this is one which is very very important for mountain people because you have flash floods and concerted effort that is to support our landscape and communities and individuals to address the challenges of intriguing urban heat in in in many of them locations has been very challenging for the government so the heat waves which is going to be much more pronounced in future and we have been already

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Does climate change make predicting the weather more difficult?

Climate Cast

02:23 min | 2 years ago

Does climate change make predicting the weather more difficult?

"This week's climate cast taking on just a bit of a different format because all a week we're answering your questions about climate change and who better to answer some of them then climate cast host and chief meteorologist. Paul Hunter Hi Paul Hi Tom we just heard from Maryvale Bennell of cottage grove so you study climate change regularly predict the weather as a meteorologist. what do you know what do you need to tell us that climate change in forecasting while Mary that's a great question and there is evidence that climate change is affecting jetstream patterns Jennifer Francis us at Rutgers University one of the premier authors of theory called Arctic amplification and here's how it works basically the polls we know are warming more rapidly even the equator and it's that difference in temperature that drives jetstream so that mix a slower more erratic jetstream loopier jetstream it can mean slower wetter storms and quicker more intense droughts and that can be more difficult for meteorologists to forecast it also produces changing precipitation in Patterns More Water Vapor in the atmosphere can mean heavier rain and snow events so sometimes we have to goose our predictions and take that into account a little bit an atmosphere. That's one degree. Fahrenheit warmer holds about four to five percent more water vapor and that can pool and produce twenty to thirty percent more rainfall in storms. That's something they discovered with a study of Hurricane Harvey a couple of years ago. What about when it comes to winter whether it's cold or snow forecasting which is always the tricky business anyway yeah. It's hard enough to start one of the highest degree of difficulty forecast. There is here's the thing about Minnesota and climate change. We know that winters are warming warming faster than any other season in Minnesota. It's warmed about five degrees in Minnesota since one thousand nine hundred seventy in the winter but it still plenty cold enough for snow and winter impacts include more moisture that works into winter systems to and that gives us the potential for heavier snowfall you use models allot in in forecasting is climate change affecting the way you use those or what they tell you well. It's something we have to adapt to because forecast models developed under a different set of atmospheric assumptions and so a numerical model orders have to play catch up to a new set of climate and atmospheric assumptions Tom now let's let's talk about the bigger picture here what's going on at the UN in New York all week this happens but what is different about the topics wchs and the discussion this year as you see it at the climate summit yeah many of these previous meetings have been about science about the state of the atmosphere right this this one is the UN climate action summit so it's not just a science and predictions but it also goes to how does the world actually get to the twenty thirty and twenty fifty carbon goals that these IPC reports have dictated need to happen so some of these notes are from the UN climate action summit page and areas. They're going to be focusing on this week finance. How do you mobilize public and private sources of finance to decarbonised is our economy energy and industry transitions and how do we accelerate the shift away from fossil fuels toward renewable energy and nature based solutions. How do you reduce emissions by changing the way we use is our forests and agricultural systems and also cities and local action advancing mitigation and resilience at the urban and local levels Tom so all all of these things are basically come to all right. We know the atmosphere needs us to reduce carbon and reduce it quickly. How do we actually make that happen and sustain a thriving economy and a sustainable planet

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News in Brief 25 September 2019

UN News

03:47 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 25 September 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations fighting in Libya is spreading on the capital Tripoli and contributing to widespread lawlessness war crimes and a humanitarian -tarian crisis the UN's top human rights forum has heard addressing the Human Rights Council on Wednesday Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights. Kate Gilmore said that today the people people of Libya fear a return to a full scale civil war the situation in the country deteriorated in April when offensive to take Tripoli was launched by forces of these self stalled Libyan National Army under the command of General Kelly for after the result has been the deaths of at least two hundred eight thousand civilians and hundreds more injured Miss Gilmore said with more than three hundred thousand persons internally displaced while another four hundred thousand live within one two three kilometers from the clashes in Tripoli also at the Human Rights Council so Kazan Salami the head of the UN mission in Libya and smell said that widespread violations of the arms embargo by external actors had made things worse the current conflict conflict has now spread outside of the Capitol was the air and drone strikes launched against the strata sedan it also sparked the Michael Conflict and the city of Mozell in southern Libya where does the over one hundred civilians with killed over the bus to wants breath as secretary general recently warned the conflict risks escalating into full blown war together with the UN Human Rights Office this Mr Salami the Human Rights Council to establish an investigative mechanism to promote accountability in Libya the wells oceans and frozen spaces have been taking the heat for global warming for decades climate experts said on Wednesday in an appeal for urgent measures to tackle rising sea levels and melting blasio's ACEA is sheets and permafrost the experts from the Intergovernmental Panel on climate change warned that without a radical change in human behavior hundreds of millions of people could suffer more frequent natural disasters and food shortages according to their special report six hundred seventy million people who live in the world's high mountain regions and around the same same number in low lying coastal zones depend directly on the planet's oceans and frozen resources in addition for million people live permanently in the Arctic region and Small Island Developing States are home to sixty five million people without major investment in adaptation these low-lying zones would be exposed to escalating flood risks and some island nations are likely to become uninhabitable the IPC report insists it notes that in Europe Eastern Africa the tropical Andes and Indonesia smaller BLASIO's are projected to lose more than eighty percent of their current ice mass by twenty one hundred under worst emissions scenarios. This is likely to increase hazards for people for example through landslides avalanches rockfalls and floods in addition to problems for farmers and hydroelectric power producers downstream and finally a new generation of global commerce. Hamas and finance deals is needed to help poor countries grow without them having to resort to high polluting energy sources the UN trade and development agency UNCTAD said on Wednesday stay in a call for a green new deal for the world's economy in reference to the measures introduced in the United States during the Great Depression to boost growth UNCTAD maintained that what is needed is a clean break from current sturdy measures. UN Sustainable Development Goals can be achieved UNCTAD beliefs but it is going to require governments investing around one point seven a billion dollars a year in low mission policies that is around one third of what is currently spent on fossil fuel subsidies the agency noted adding that these strategy could generate at at least one hundred and seventy million jobs and resulting cleaner industrialization in the Global South Daniel Johnson U._N. News.

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Climate change will be an issue for most voters in 2020 according to news poll

Pod Save America

08:43 min | 2 years ago

Climate change will be an issue for most voters in 2020 according to news poll

"In in one week. The United Nations will be convenience climate action summit and we hear crooked media have signed onto an effort along with more than one hundred and seventy other media outlets to cover the climate crisis in the lead up to the event as part of the covering climate now initiative which was launched by the Columbia Journalism Review and the nation at the Climate Summit on September twenty third governments will submit plans to meet the Paris Agreement Pledge of keeping global temperature increases well below two degrees Celsius although you know Donald Trump is trying to pull us out of the Paris agreement though it though it will not take effect until after the two thousand twenty election very notably so I guess my first question is why does it take an initiative like covering climate now to get us all talking about the climate crisis why do we why do we start every democratic debate with a thirty minute discussion on the intricacies as of Medicare for all of us the public option and then we end up with one question somewhere for lucky about climate change. I mean we've talked about this before for climate change. You couldn't design tougher problem in a lab if you tried the effects are just few diffuse. the the the actual impact of climate change is revealing itself slowly over time no one terrible storm no one terrible fire can be explicitly connected to climate change and yet the cost of climate change are evident over time the efforts to deal with climate change require fire collective action on a mammoth and global scale and all of this creates a sense of fatalism that makes people pull unattractive to the conversation. Yeah we're also asking people to do something that could be difficult in the short term for an enormous benefit in the long term and we as human beings aren't necessarily graded that in general there's also decades of anti climate change science that has been funded by the coke brothers and fossil fuel industries which has led to skepticism about the existence of climate change which has been adopted by the cult of Donald Trump and the Republican party for many any many years. That's made it a difficult conversation. You know in in sort of doing some research for this segment. One of the best things I saw though was that one out of four American teenagers have have engaged in activism around climate. That's a remarkable number five percent of any demographic doing something walking out of something attending attending a rally writing to a public official to express your views on climate change. That's exactly the kind of activism we need to drive this issue to the fore and to get people to it actually care and to get her government to do something. I do think that the good news here is that the politics of climate change have begun to change themselves selves fairly drastically over the last several years now the bad news is the reason that I think they've changed is because we are starting to really see inexperience. It's all over the place. These extreme weather events and droughts floods fires the record heat waves. It's which is happening all over the place now and there was a good piece. We were reading in preparation for this in Time magazine about how the politics of climate change has affected the race in Allah because there's so many farmers there who are like there's been floods. that have cost me a lot of money and there was drought the cost me a lot of money and then now all these farmers who are in the middle of the country. You wouldn't be big climate change people are now climate change people so there was a CBS News poll recently that said a majority of Americans believe that climate change is a serious problem and more than twenty five percent were considered to be a crisis fifty. Six percent of those polled said that we need to address climate change right now in seven ten human activity contributes a lot or some so you know the politics are changing and we saw this in our change poll of Wisconsin. We've seen it in polling across a whole bunch of different states in the country in the Democratic primary climate is now after healthcare in many of these polls the second most important issue to Democratic voters and yet while everyone came out there climate plans. It still seems like we haven't had a couple of news cycles on Democratic candidates talking about climate except once they roll roll out their plans yet interesting. There's a connection I think between the way in which healthcare and immigration have dominated the debates and climate and the economy have been given second billing and they're connected in that I think one of the good shifts we've seen in part because of the green new deal you know when the Green New Deal Oh came out the Republicans immediately latched onto that one set of talking points that talked about cows and talked about planes and and then talked about a cars in ways that I think they're right found very helpful and it's worth remembering that you know when we talk about climate change as things you'll get as ways. You'll be helped as ways. They'll be jobs in new technologies. We're on solid ground for the right understands that they are more successful talking about climate change when they're talking about things that that that that people want to take away from you whether it's cows or airplanes or cars or what have you and so I think or the frame that Tommy was talking about which I think is the real problem that climate changes all about sacrificing something in your life now for benefits that you may never see and if it's framed that way we will not succeed. I don't think yeah and so I I I do think look. I'm not talking about the the science I'm talking about the politics you know any one of the most important stats we've seen. Is that seven. I think it's more more recent study found that more than seventy percent of global emissions since I think nineteen eighty-eight have come from I think one hundred companies and I think when we resort this whole issue when reframe it less as a collective action conservation problem and more as a corporate malfeasance technology investment problem. I think we're on much firmer firmer ground. I I also think like I'm glad we did these. Climate Change Forums. I think they were valuable but I do think a debate would have actually been better because conflict gets news coverage Jabeen. There was no sense of a contrast between what's in one plan versus another I do think that for too long the conversation around climate change was like the polar bears are going to drown down and things that felt very far off the IPC report that said we're basically in trouble. If we don't drastically fix the problem or reduce emissions by twenty thirty that change changed the context but I also think people need understand it. Climate change is not binary. We don't fix it or not. we can make things better or we can make things worse based on interactions and I hope that understanding will reduce some of the fatalism you here. That's like well if the US doesn't do anything the Chinese are just going to continue to use coal fire plants input and put all the smog into the air and we're screwed no matter what so what's the point actually that's not the case we can make things better and I do think and the reason that I've always thought that the green new deal is actually actually smarter politics than some of the more moderate proposals that don't include proposals to sort of you know sustain economic hammock justice I think the the Greenville Smarter Politics because we need to talk about it as within this crisis there is great opportunity to who create an economy that is fair and just and produces all kinds of wealth good paying jobs and people can get training for all these new jobs and they can be guarantee. Not You know they have a federal job guarantee in there and they can make sure that they have benefits and people on the frontlines of communities. We're getting devastated by climate. Change can be helped now not ten years from from now but right now. I think we need to talk about this. We have a dirty energy economy here in the United States and around the world and in the transition to the cleaner energy energy economy to renewable energy economy that we have to make if we want to survive there is plenty of opportunity to have an economy that is more fair and more just and still productive in growing growing all around the world this is this can be a win win and it doesn't just have to be Do all you know make all these sacrifices now and hopefully things in the future will be better. That's so I think wh when when Warren in in the climate change in town hall was asked. I don't know what was asked about straws and what have you. She said this is what they want to talk about. They want you to think you're they're coming for your hamburgers. They're coming for your plastic straws because because that is a that feels like the kind of old confiscatory conservative your or personal sacrifice version of the debate when the green new deal makes this about infrastructure and opportunity and jobs and all the other good things people inherently understand comes from new technology renewable energy and what have you

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03:30 min | 2 years ago

"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"W IPC mobile news all the level on the. while you still get those pesky calls and what's being done about it mostly clear overnight partly sunny slightly warmer wednesday i'm staying lear here's what's trending this hour indiana's part of a multi sheet crackdown on roble kohl's eric berman reports torney general curtis hill seeking one point two million dollars from maryland firm he says ignored indiana's do not call list to pester hoosiers to buy insurance the lawsuit says the company not only violated indiana's ban on auto dialers it wasn't registered to sell insurance in indiana eric ervin ninety three w._i._b._c. mobile protected health information of more than two thousand franciscan health patients compromised but the internal investigation of the data breach finds no evidence that any information was downloaded or disposed revolting many people who saw it chris davis on what pita put on the grill to make a point about the plight of pigs you shouldn't eat says pita and spokesperson katie davidovich with a realistic dog crop on the grill behind this is a really creative shocking way to get the conversation started vic bet maybe one word that some people would use at say maybe peter goes too far trying to prove their point i would say that anyone who has more fine by the really heating niece out there okay with brilliant eating a cow says pigs are like dogs don't eat them go vegan from the folks who made a tough to eat for anyone having lunch in downtown indie tuesday chris davis ninety-three w._i._b._c. mobile news i'm staying lear on the level on the go on twitter at ninety three w._i._b._c. and w._i._b._c. dot com now here's the forecast from the american standard cooling weather center pick your perfect conditions expected tonight of youthful sunset is temperatures full from the seventies down into the sixties clear the light breeze tonight warming to the upper eighties tomorrow with a chance of storms i'm star trek eighteenth meteorologist ashley brown on ninety three w bring the whole family over to t mobile think it's awesome i phone ten are on us when you trade in your old device you'll be snapping streaming and sharing your heart's content visit a store or call one eight hundred team and getting iphone ten are on us twenty four monthly bill credits for low qualified customers plus tax while trading forty service and finance agreement required contact people cancelling credit stop more any bounced sixty zero down thirty one twenty five per month for twenty four months pre-credit seven forty nine ninety nine zero percent a._p._r. offer out after a long day of being pulled in every direction the last thing anyone wants to think about is what's for dinner that's where schwantz can help with a variety of real food choices frozen to lock and freshness from ready made meals premium meats inside dishes to vegetables ice cream and more swans foods go from freezer to table in minutes not hours so you can pull off a delicious meal in no time at all ordered delivered done that's homemade easy to help simplify mealtime visit sean satcom The ninety three WIBC mecha- on air highlights from today, that mildly entertaining us quilting, the jets that you'll find him interesting to speaking of dances, the dance that nobody wants to see the one taking place between the twenty twenty candidates. So let's check in TK dub..

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"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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02:04 min | 2 years ago

"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"W IPC mobile news on the level on the go. Fair oaks case, resulting criminal charges. Mostly clear and cool overnight. Sunny Tuesday, I'm STAN Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. Abusing calves cows is against the law. Chris Davis reports. Three former employees from fair oaks farms are being charged with misdemeanors barracks. Founder, Mike McCloskey promise last week that they would prosecute when undercover video of the abuse was released. He also says, they'll put up camps and allow audits to check for abuse. We believe very strongly that all of these changes will address any future concerns. Chris Davis, Ninety-three WIBC mobile news, the all supposed to be managing a trust account for his client now. Indianapolis attorney Kenneth service is charged with theft and corrupt business influence. The Marion county prosecutors has service made unauthorized withdrawals, and spent that money himself is accused of the same kind of thing and three other counties among the new inductees into the mascot hall of fame in whiting this weekend, the NHL Tommy hawk and the NBA's Benny the bull both from. Mm Chicago executive director Orissa's Hernandez says there will be a free FanFest outside the hall. Shoot the puck experience along with the seventy foot by thirty foot inflatable hockey rink on Sunday. So a lot of interactive areas, presenting President Trump with a racing helmet Monday. Indy five hundred winner Simon Pano, who tweeted that it was an honor being invited to the White House, and Capitol Hill. I'm staying Lear on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com. Now here's the forecast from American standard. Cooling weather center are pesky. Cloud cover moves out this evening. Clear and cooler overnight low down to fifty three beautiful. Sunshine warmer temperatures for Tuesday, and a high of seventy eight and wish TV storm track. Eight meteorologists Marcus Bailey for ninety three. This is Julie. Hey calendar. What's my morning like Julie's about to have a long day? Card, try to you just go backwards.

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"W IPC mobile news all the level on the go. Not everyone voted the party line temperatures falling into the mid sixties overnight, sunny and breezy Saturday with a high in the mid eighties. I'm staying Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. The equality act passed the US house, Chris Davis reports on Indiana's votes on a Bill that is supposed to protect LGBTQ people from discrimination, this needs to fail some of the debate on the equality act, Indiana. Susan Brooks is one of eight Republicans to vote for the Bill. Most other Republicans say at forces acceptance of gender identity and gives the government power in church policy. Both of your democrat representatives Andre Carson and Pete viscosity. We're yes votes. Carson says it writes wrong, Chris Davis, Ninety-three WABC mobile news, rugs, have wrecked the pro basketball career of the Pacers tyreek Evans. He has been dismissed and disqualified by the NBA the league sites violation of it's antidrug program. He'll be eligible. To return in two years. Part of the festivities, it may berry in the midwest this weekend. Danville is attributed attempt Conway from comedian, Ronnie Schell. He was a great guy. I I'm trying to think of if he had any faults, and I don't think he did. He was awfully funny awfully funny. He didn't come off thinking, he was a star shell play Duke Slater. Gomer Pyle u s MC and Maggie Peterson Mancuso played Charlene darling on the Andy Griffith show. Conway died Tuesday at eighty five. I'm staying Lear on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC.

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In a changing climate, how can tech help us survive?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:52 min | 2 years ago

In a changing climate, how can tech help us survive?

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed, are you hiring with? Indeed, you can post job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist. Qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. And Beilin ovo your systems are managed your devices secured and your company's data is protected why? Because IT is what you do. And because being a difference maker is who you are to learn more about the ways Lenovo is making a difference for not professionals Villanova dot com slash M B powered by Intel core, I seven processors. In a changing climate. How can tech help us survive? It's a new series for marketplace. Tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Vimal change is here this week. We're launching ongoing coverage of how tech can help us adapt to it in a series. We're calling how we survive the change is evident in increasingly extreme weather all over the globe. A UN report last week said a million plant and animal species are on the verge of extinction. And warming is speeding that up and the UN's intergovernmental panel on climate change, the IPC said last year that our current rate of warming will cause fifty four trillion dollars in damages and that its effects will be increasingly deadly climate. Scientists say the trajectory is clear, I could write six more IPC assessments. They're all going to say the same thing. William Collins is a climate scientist at the Lawrence, Berkeley, National Laboratory, who has authored several such reports they're leading an very straight law. And and that's the reason why the scientists are eager to stop writing reports and start diving into creating solutions. So. Far much of the investment around climate change has been related to mitigation or slowing carbon emissions and reducing temperature rise that is not going away. But Collins and others are now talking much more seriously about adaptation, the data engineering and the technology to keep surviving in a changed climate. You can look sure people all day long about what they should do. I really wanna pivot from twenty people what they should do to showing them what they can do about a year ago Collins founded the environmental resilience exceleron or to start researching solutions for adapting to climate change. One of its first projects is taking a city block in Oakland and installing solar panels and grey water technologies charging stations for electric vehicles and seeing how that makes the area self sufficient in an increasingly uncertain environment for private investors climate adaptation is both an opportunity and an imperative Jayco is managing director of the private equity firm light Smith group, I and four. We need to recognize the climate change is a humanitarian disaster. So before we get to the how awesome is it to make money off of this part of the discussion, you know, let's just pause for moment. And recognize that this is a bad bad problem. Choas farm as one of the very few focus specifically on investing and adaptation technology. He says governments alone can't afford all the solutions that will need private money will have to fund companies to build new technologies or help transfer existing tech to cities and countries that need it. But he says we don't have all the answers yet part of the challenge here has been when most people try to imagine what adaptation means they think of giant sea walls around Manhattan or putting domes over cities or some kind of futuristic Jerry bruckheimer scenario, where nowhere near some of that technology. And in fact, co says the first step in adapting to climate change is what he calls climate intelligence understanding the scope of the problem predicting, it's impa-. Tacts and getting everyone to use the same data. So tomorrow on the show. We'll look at one intelligence gathering effort happening at the global level with a visit to NASA. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. And now for some related links. There is of course, so much to say about this topic. And honestly, our coverage is probably going to evolve along with the conversation. So first of all here's some of the nuts and bolts about how this series will work for the rest of the week. We're going to talk about the data gathering efforts the money some of the early tech. And why talking about climate adaptation is a little bit controversial after that. We'll have a story every two weeks at least until the fall. But obviously, this isn't a topic that is going away and over on our website. Marketplace tech dot org. We've got a little bit of a reading list to get you started MIT technology reviews. Latest issue is all about climate change mitigation and at station. It's got a ton of good information intact and one huge aspect of this conversation is one of our favorite topics on this show, the uneven distribution of technology, a WBU our story out of Boston last week talks about fears of. Quote, green gentrification as that city works to become more resilient to flooding and sea level rise late last month. The Environmental Protection Agency put out one hundred fifty page document telling local communities to start planning. Now for the fact that natural disasters across the country are going to get a lot worse. And that is a rare admission of the effects of climate change from the current US administration. In fact, last week, the intergovernmental Arctic Council, which is made up of eight Arctic countries and regional groups, including the United States couldn't reach a consensus after its latest meeting, reportedly because the US delegation didn't want its priorities statement to include language about climate change. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Over the past few months you've been hearing divided decade our year long project covering the great recession, and it's ongoing impact. As a nonprofit news organization. We believe this kind of in depth. Reporting is essential to help people understand the economic forces that affect our lives to support this important work. Please go to marketplace dot org to become a marketplace investor with a donation of five dollars or more. 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"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Honest opinion. WIP IPC mobile news on the level of the. And killed in an overnight crash. Forty six with some light rain here on monument circle mouth and lemons, and here's what's trending at ten three early. This morning. Police say two cars were traveling east on eighty sixth street when one passed inside swipe the other the car then lost control and crashed into a set of trees, east of Westfield boulevard. The passenger and driver were both ejected from the car. The passenger was pronounced dead at the scene and the driver was taken to the hospital in critical condition. In these setting some limits on the scooters downtown. I'm Eric Berman. The city will allow no more than six scooter companies, and they can't have more than a thousand scooters apiece. At least a quarter of the fleet would have to be outside the downtown miles square. And if a company averages fewer than two rides a day per scooter that'll have to take some of them off the streets. Eric permit Ninety-three WIBC mobile news in the grand prix may be over. But the work at the track is just starting the is using today and tomorrow's no on-track action to make some quick turnaround. Changes workers will be tainting the grand prix road course into the traditional oval for the Indy. Five hundred practice for the five hundred we'll begin on Tuesday. It ten born. We have your forecast from the American standard cooling weather center. Cloudy with showers through the overnight hours tonight. It'll be breezy with lows near forty six tomorrow. Look for mostly cloudy skies cool with scattered showers throughout the day ties near fifty five. I wish TV storm tracking. Meteorologists Tara Hastings Ninety-three WIBC, and I'm also lemons on the level on the go and we're on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com. I can't believe it. That Philip brought his little brother on our mission into orbit Helen until you get there, alone employees get there. I'll learn until we get there..

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"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"W IPC mobile news on the level on the go. Something in the case which stands in the way, colder overnight with decreasing clouds, but scattered showers will develop by Saturday afternoon. I'm seeing Lear. Here's what's trending this hour, the shooting of two Clark county judges in Indianapolis white castle. We'll go unpunished for the time being Chris Davis reports the two men police believe did it are going free for now. That's because the Marion county prosecutor's office says they have to have additional investigation before they can make charging decision in. The matter Brad Jacobs and drew atoms were shot in the early morning hours of may. I Alfred Vasquez and Brandon Kaiser were arrested and they were released Friday. Chris Davis Ninety-three WIBC mobile news authorization comes from the new state gambling law, but Vigo county must pass a referendum before getting its new casino sometime this fall or in may of next year says Tara hotel Senator John Ford, both sides of it person. Finally, I'd like to keep them lament rolling. Then we'll refer to star tickets from operators Felix Rosenquist has won the pole for Saturday's Indy-car Grand Prix at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It's this. We drivers first Indy-Car pole. The star comes just before four PM. I'm staying Lear on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC.

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"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"W IPC mobile news on the level on the go. What they're doing. Now. After concluding that she is dead. Increasing clouds and breezy overnight. Cloudy, windy and much warmer. Thursday was a few isolated showers appearing by late afternoon. I'm staying Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. Najah ferrall is no longer missing. Her foot was idea by her family after it was pulled out of a pond in crown point Monday evening at Wednesday news conference Avon deputy police chief Brian Nugent said crown point police are still searching for the rest of her body and other evidence in the coming days. They are going to continue to send search teams to the area. Which this human remains was found Avon police also are searching still and asking for tips Indiana's largest county is ready to roll out a needle exchange program. Eric Berman reports. Health officials say there's no evidence Neil programs increased drug use there's ample evidence that it reduces diseases like HIV related to be needles. Health officials say added to use the programs are five times more likely to seek drug treatment. Eric Berman ninety. Three. See mobile news, your local WalMart may have a new look soon actually Fowler has that story. Walmart said Wednesday that it will remodel almost twenty stores in the Hoosier state. One of those stores is the WalMart neighborhood market on south keystone. The chain. Also plans to add grocery pickup at forty Indiana stores by the end of the year, Ashley Fowler, ninety three WIBC mobile news. I'm stayin Lear on the level of the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com. Now, here's the forecast from the American standard cooling weather center. Mostly cloudy and breezy tonight. As temperatures fall to the mid forties in the overnight hours. Tomorrow, we'll start out cloudy and windy much warmer by after noon, strong storms develop tomorrow night. I'm still track. ATP technologists, actually. No. It's love your car month at Napa and ashore your car. The love get a Napa bucket for two ninety nine and save twenty percent on almost everything you can fit inside but car wash car wax at shy. So save some cash and look good doing it by getting twenty percent off with a Napa bucket, quality parts, helpful people. That's Napa know how. No. Participating auto part stores. Exclusions apply. Minimum three items may not be combined. With other offers offer ends four thirty nineteen. I'm ready to take the next step. I'm ready for university. That will help me Vance in my education and career university. That will make me feel supported an connecting ready for ODU online quick.

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"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The nugget three w IPC mecha-. We got talking about Howard Schultz up says favorite person, I person she missed the town halls, but she was living her life in Hawaii. When was it? When was the town hall. I can't even remember the day because all my days just like flow together on that time last week. And I I I caught bits and pieces of it. So this was televised thing, I'm assuming FOX on FOX. All right. Well, good for him. He spoke about the border. And I think we have a audio clip from that have gone down to the southern border to mcallen, Texas. I've seen it firsthand. And I want to say what I want to share with you what I saw. And what I saw in my mind, it's a fracturing of American values and fracturing of humanity. We should not be stripping mothers and fathers from their children, and we should not do anything. That even comes close to what happened a long time ago where we put people in internment camps. That's what it reminded me. Now, the issue that we have to recognize this this President Trump is correct. And the Republican leadership is correct that we need fierce strict levels of control on their forder to Cape bad people from coming in illegal immigrants should not come in. I don't wanna get into a wall or anything. But I agree. We should fund whatever we need to do to secure the border. I get that. Now, the humanity. Now, one more saying, the Democrats are not correct wishes be funding ice and giving them all the tools and resources they need to secure the warriors and arrest of bad, people, whatever they need give them all the resources, but when it comes to the dreamers. This is where I have a problem with. The republicans. All right. He didn't say what to do with these with these families. He didn't say, you know, he didn't say what to do. This is what year -tated he wants border security, but he doesn't want to get into a wall. It's this is the thing is and the thing is is that these people are breaking the law. So when he was like, the bad people who are the bad people, Howie because the bad people there, these people are breaking the law and they're dragging their kids across the border when they shouldn't be doing that. And for him to make these comparisons to internment camps. Grass it's up. I know he lost me. See there are a lot of things that I think about a look at him. And I think he's reasonable. He's raised them. What? Because I love how he brings up the twenty one trillion dollar debt a lot, and I'm like, okay. And he's one of the only people that doing that. And I like that you know that I like that. But then when he talks about this crap. I'm like, okay. You're losing me. You're totally losing me. Yeah. I mean, I guess he's one of those people that I always find it. I always thought that they were really rare, which is a true, centrist. Right. So he's conservative on some issues. He's liberal on other issues. He's kind of all over the place on other issues. He is he's everywhere. He is a center, but at the same time if he somehow were to actually become president, I would feel much more comfortable.

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"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Standard air dealer in Indianapolis. Hammer. Renite you all the Ninety-three you IPC mecha-. When you go. ABC crime punishment. Judges legals. So we get a little group therapy here with legal stuff. Come Jason hammer Abdul is in for knives to story out of New York where a teacher sent a photo of her breasts to her boyfriend who happened to be a teacher at the same school. Well, something happened. I don't know if the boyfriend that the phone out or what? But those photos got leaked and all the students started passing around the photo of the female teachers boobs, by the way, the photos were taken back in two thousand sixteen darn near three years ago. Okay. And mind, you it's legal in the state of New York to walk around topless, if you're a woman now, it's not like that everywhere. But in New York, that's fine. This school fired the teacher, the female teacher saying that she was no longer a role model she had lost respect basically at the school. So now, she's filing a lawsuit for three million bucks. Saying wait. Minute. This is bullcrap. So the question that we posed to everybody was if you had a middle school student, would you be okay with this teacher keeping her job? Or do you want her to lose her job? He was heard naked photos that were being circulated through the school. Do you think that female teacher should've.

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"ipc" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"ipc" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

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"ipc" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"ipc" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Group to which examined the negative impact in working group three which propose mitigation policies and actions to stop the warming. The IPC did not follow the mandatory scientific method of allowing for the null hypothesis. Namely, what to do if evidence shows CO two is not causing warming. And as MIT professor emeritus of atmospheric meteorology, Richard lindzen said they breached the consensus before the research, even begin the consensus, quote prove the hypothesis was correct. Regardless of the evidence to reinforce the point the UK government hired. Lord, nNcholas stern a British economists to produce it economic review of the impact of warming instead of doing a normal cost. Benefit analysis is any nonpolitical economists. Do he produced now became what became known as the two thousand six stern review, which only examined the cost is third in the proper study. They would find that the impact of cooling is much more deleterious to all life on earth, especially humans now for those of you that might be wandering on me here. I wanna take a break it for a moment here because I want to reinforce this point. With these authors are arguing. Is if there is a change in the climate occurring. And they question whether or not we know what that change is. But if there is occurring we ought to pray. It's warming and not cooling because it is drastically better for the planet. If there is a warming trend rather than a cooling, Fred. This is a fascinating point that nobody ever addresses. Now, we're gonna take a break, then I'm gonna come back and give you the cold hard cash. Contest texted word, but I wanna leave you with this thought is as you go into the break here. Who's.

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"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Fox news. I'm Pam who. So he could be open to cutting a deal with special counsel, Robert Muller. Former Trump adviser Roger stone who tells ABC's this week if there's wrongdoing by people in the Trump campaign, he would testify honestly, he also says the charges against him are fabricated everything that I did regarding trying to get as much public attention to the WikiLeaks disclosures. Among voters among the media is constitutionally protected, free speech stout, insisting he never received any stolen or hacked material build a wall and crime will fall President Trump tweeting that as he applies pressure on Democrats to fund a border wall. There is some optimism that negotiations will be different this time around though because it likely won't be playing out in public, at least to the same extent that it has over the last month sock says Garrett Tenny federal employees had back to work tomorrow. This is Fox News. Joey cats, the Nike three w IPC mecha-. The first rule of holes. I law holes. Joe L E S is that if you find yourself in a hole, stop digging. What if in today's political landscape? There's no downside from it. What if attacking children with impunity and flat out lying just gets you the what I call the reputation capital you so desperately want. Tony cats are going to be with you on Facebook. Tony cats radio we stream the Chevron.

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"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ipc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Does MIR bipartisan spending bills and includes border security funding, but would not add any new money for a border wall? Very clear that not not the Bill would support House Republican leader. Kevin McCarthy says President Trump invited lawmakers back on Friday after congressional leadership races. Lisa. Yeah. Before the meeting. President Trump told reporters we need a physical barrier around the southern border. He says everything else is very minor. Compared to the power of a wall. The sheriff. Casual county in North Carolina releasing a report after a deadly lion attack on a wildlife centre. Intern oxes Steve Rappaport has this live Lisa. The incident report says it took three tranquilizers and eight gunshots to subdue the lion. But it does not explain how the animal escaped the locked holding area. While it's in closure was being cleaned staff. Tried using raw meat to Lord the lion back into the holding area. After it. Mauled Alexandra black and the tranquilizers used had no effect when the fourteen year old male lion began approaching the victim again, deputies fired several shots to take him down the wildlife center remains closed while the investigation continuously Steve Wall Street at the close the Dow gained nineteen points. The NASDAQ added thirty one the S and P at at three points apple warning disappointing iphone sales will cause a significant drop in its revenue over the holiday season compared to earlier projections. The Tim cook made the announcement today after the market closed. This is Fox News. W IPC mobile news on the level of the. Prosecutors are seeking Justice wrote a little girl cloudy and thirty five degrees becoming partly cloudy overnight, mostly sunny.

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News in Brief 12 December 2018

UN News

03:53 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 12 December 2018

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations in a resolution endorsing a plan to address the Iran nuclear deal. The Security Council heard the latest report on its implementation, which asked the Iranian government to carefully. Consider the concerns of Member States regarding its activities represented by under secretary general for political affairs. Rosemary dicarlo mister Gutierrez welcomed the reaffirmation by the sinu- Tories to the joint comprehensive plan of action J C P O, a as it's formerly known which he said demonstrates successful multi-lateralism in a major achievement of nuclear non-proliferation dialogue and diplomacy though. He regretted that the United States has reimposed sanctions on the country after withdrawing from the plan in may the plan is intended to eliminate Iran's use and stockpiling of nuclear materials and as highlighted by mister Gutierrez should also deliver tangible economic benefits to the Iranian people. Misty Carlos said Iran has carried out ballistic missile tests since John. This year and reportedly carried out missile launches in Syria in October. The UN secretary are has investigated but has been unable to determine whether the missiles were transferred after a council. Resolution endorsing the deal came into effect for the first time ever the world is recognizing and international day to raise awareness of the need to have strong and resilient health systems for all regardless of where you live the UN proclaimed, December twelve as international universal health coverage day you h c day exactly a year ago in a call for advocates to stand up for the millions of people still in need of health coverage. And in a move to ensure the world sees universal healthcare by the twenty thirty sustainable development goals deadline. This came five years after the UN general assembly endorsed, a resolution urging countries to accelerate their progress toward universal coverage driving home the idea that everyone everywhere should have access to quality Affordable Care secretary. General. Antonio Gutierrez said. Good health is crucial to achieving the twenty thirty agenda and called it a fundamental human right tragically. This is not the case for half the world's population. He lamented in his statement for the day and said each year one hundred million people are driven into poverty because care costs far more than they can afford on a positive note. He noted many countries have set an example through their health service systems and through their universal coverage have demonstrated the link between investing in health and economic growth and the reduction of poverty and while reaching an international agreement on climate action at the crucial cop twenty four climate conferences complex, the UN. Chief has warned the one hundred ninety seven participating nations that a failure to do. So would not only be immoral. It would be suicidal in a return visit to the conference on Wednesday. Thousands of climate action decision makers advocates and activists have taken part in cut the V chip Poland with the objective of moving the two thousand fifteen. In Paris agreement forward where countries pledged to limit global warming to less than two degrees celsius key, political issues remain unresolved mister guitar said, but we are running out of time in my opening statement to this conference one week ago. I warned that climate change is running faster than we are in that cat Davicce must in no uncertain terms. Be a success as a necessary platform to reverse this trend. The UN chief cited in alarming scientific report on global warming issued in October by the intergovernmental panel on climate change the IPC C, which indicates that if global temperatures of two degrees celsius or more is maintained. It would be a disaster for the planet. He stressed that each nation faces its own challenges, but called on delegates and ministers to overcome their national preferences and work together to finish the job Natalie Hutchison, U N news.

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Study: Ocean warming suggests faster climate change timetable

Climate Cast

06:27 min | 3 years ago

Study: Ocean warming suggests faster climate change timetable

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America financing clean energy initiatives and advancements in renewable energy and spurring innovation in and the growth of environmentally focused companies markets and jobs Bank of America, NA member FDIC gross climate, scientists no more than ninety percent of earth's warming has been going into the oceans, what has changed with this study. It's been on for while the most of it goes there, but how much is that? And they have up to our estimates of what that total amount is by a considerable amount. And is this a matter of better ways to measure that contribution the Argo floats that we see in the ocean that no has deployed. How are we getting these new numbers? So obviously the oceans are hard to measure, especially at depth. And what these researchers did is they inferred how much they've warmed up by the response of the atmosphere because when the ocean heats up it releases gases, so that's what they actually measured. And so it's a separate way of measuring the warming of the ocean. This paper seems to point. Out that the oceans have been a carbon sink, we know that that store carbon. But that that carbon can be released back into the atmosphere is that one of the takeaways. I don't think that's the principal concern the oceans are central in the carbon system, but what's happening here is that the oceans are also sort of thermal repository, they they take in heat, and there's an nursery there on terms of when they express that fully in a way that we would notice. And so with the researchers are are saying is that they've been taking up more than we think, and that means that more of the total heat. It's getting trapped by comedy sticking around in the your system. Maybe not where we thought maybe in some cases, buried deep deep in the ocean. But it's there, and it's going to have an impact. And we might still be waiting for part of the impact talk about the scientists who did this work. Are they considered to be among the top folks in the field? We did a number of interviews and comments. For this story on not only with the researchers scientists at Princeton and scripts institution, though, Chicago and others, but with their peers outside commenters who are not directly involved in the research, and we got a lot of praise for this study. We didn't get anyone saying this is bad work. And at the same time, we got a lot of concern saying, this is bad news from other scientists Chris is, you know, many scientists have been critical that the IPC reports are too conservative in their predictions for warming is this another piece of evidence that supports faster warming scenario. It supports a faster warming scenario. We can't take one piece of evidence as these story the strength of the reports is that they look at all evidence. And so you will get a future ABC report that will be weighing this against all the other evidence. And in fact, this study is in dialogue with the work of the IPC. It's actually saying that the. The last one of their reports the SEC is the UN body that is the official assessor of the state of climate science. What this study is saying is the IPC put out this number for how much the oceans are warming. Well, we think it's off by sixty percent. And so the IBC's the next time is going to have to take that into account and explain why it's wrong or else update its conclusion, you said you've talked to some scientists about this study. What's the reaction been the reaction is two things one? It's a very good and clever way to try to independently test. How much the oceans of warmth since that's kind of a key issue in the Oklahoma change debate. But it difficult one. And then two if it's right, then yes, this is an upgrading of our a level of concern because it means things might be farther along than we think have you had time to talk about this with any policymakers in Washington nod at this time, the study's been out for a couple of hours in general. We do try to bounce, you know, found so what we're hearing. About the state of climate science off of not just other scientists and to go to the and other places for comment. I recently did a panel with the administrator of NASA Breitenstein, and he actually accepts human caused climate change, and is sort of drawn a con not in maybe intentionally, but there's a contrast that's been shown between him and other members of the Trump administration because of that. So we definitely talk the policymakers. But in this particular case, I haven't seen any policymaker reaction at this time. I'm thinking of the medical studies that come out in Chris you, and I watch these studies come out on different elements of climate science as news consumers and voters. What are we to make of each new significant study like this as a reporter, how do you think about that? You know, it's it's always the difficulty. We don't cover every study. We don't remotely coverage study. They're far too many at the same time. If you've been doing this long enough you. Get to know when a studies really weighty, really significant. I would say that this one had that feel to it. But it's rare. But it does happen, you know, in, and I think that for what we try to do is we try to put the studies in context of of what we know and other findings and try to explain how knowledge is evolving in this case, what's basically happening is we're still trying to understand we aren't fully sure just exactly how much warming we're going to get forgiven level of carbon monoxide. That's that's one of the, you know, still alive issue in the climate change debate. And that's, but we also know that were quite close to certain targets like one point five degrees celsius warming in two degree celsius warming. And so we're still trying to figure out how much time how many emissions intil. Gone what some people would say too far. And this is a study that definitely informs that question. So big picture elevator speech for this study. What would you say? The biggest takeaways are the ocean is a enormous repository of heat. And it's the number one place that global warming is reflected, but we've had a hard time getting a full sense of the scale of that impact. Now, we're learning that impact could be could be quite large larger than we thought. And that it might be something that steers the whole planet faster than we thought towards higher levels warming. Chris Mooney with the Washington Post. A great insight today. Thanks for sharing your reporting. Good to talk to you.

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United Nations, Rick and Seven Degrees Fahrenheit discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

United Nations, Rick and Seven Degrees Fahrenheit discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"The United Nations. Climate panel warns a new report, humanity is only a dozen years to mitigate climate change or face global catastrophe with severe droughts floods sea level rise in extreme heat, such a cause, mass displacement in poverty. The landmark report by the intergovernmental panel climate change the IPC warns. Dramatic action is needed over the next twelve years to hold global temperature rise below. One point. Five degrees celsius or two point seven degrees Fahrenheit beyond which global crises could unfold at a rapid pace. The report comes as governor. Rick

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Families of Missouri 'duck boat' sinking victims sue tour company

Tony Katz and the Morning News

02:37 min | 3 years ago

Families of Missouri 'duck boat' sinking victims sue tour company

"Fox News fair and balanced Muggy tree w IPC mobile news on the level, on the go Why the governor says he, wants a hate crimes. Law showers on. Radar at sixty five, now rain and seventy four. Your, high today I'm c. j.. Miller here's what's trending at seven oh to a. Groundswell of support and certainly the governor's statement today was really welcome Lindsey, mints with the Indianapolis Jewish community Relations Council following service last night a congregation charade to feel in Carmel were. Nazi symbols were spray painted on the property sometime over the weekend now there's a twenty five hundred dollar. Reward leading to, the arrest and conviction of those who did it the, governor says if you commit a. Crime against someone based on discrimination you should get a tougher sentence. I think it's long overdue that we move forward as a state and that's why the. Governor. Is calling, on your state lawmakers to pass a heat crimes Bill next year a drunk driving arrest over the weekend. Is why a local police chief is no. Longer on, the, job Stanley Fischer's police chief Mitch Thompson has resigned three days As after his drunk driving. Arrest mayor Scott fatness says he and the chief. Agreed that Thompson could no longer lead the, department STAN Lear Ninety-three. WABC mobile new. Lawsuit for one hundred, million dollars could put the. Duck, boat industry out of business. Says attorney Robert mongoloid he's representing members of the. Coleman family of indi who died when a duck boat sank in Branson, Missouri since nineteen ninety nine there have been forty two deaths associated with duck boats you says the Coleman family. Losses were preventable but the companies refused to remove canopies the trap people inside killing seventeen people when the. Boats turned over, nearly two weeks ago after having the day off yesterday, colts quarterback Andrew luck and the. Rest of the team will be back at practice this morning I'm. Kevin Bowen in Westfield Andrew locks throwing schedule for the week we'll have him tossed him. Balls. And team, drills on Tuesday and Wednesday before taking Thursday off and returning to throw on Friday night the colts are. Still without left tackle, Anthony Costanzo though and. Starting safety Clayton. Gathers, Emily cooker remain on the teams physically unable. To perform, list Kevin Bowen Ninety-three WABC mobile news and taking revealing photos of a woman at WalMart is what two minute Westfield are accused of doing. I'm John Herrick and it happened at the WalMart on one hundred fifty I street just before noon. July twenty third the Westfield, police department. Says one of the men followed a woman through the WalMart and took the photo of her when, she leaned over and another. Man was with them if you have any information be. Sure to call Westfield, police to see.

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High-heel Crocs shoes are selling out. Really

Hammer and Nigel

05:01 min | 3 years ago

High-heel Crocs shoes are selling out. Really

"It depends upon what the meaning of the. Word is This anything Hammer how do? We play is? This anything I got a couple of stories in front, of me. Big Niger I'm going to run them. By you what is? Your job your civic duty to inform all. Of us if this story is anything or not something worthy, of discussion a second thought or if it's a whole bunch. Of nothing is this anything producer return that down to give me some real mood music here Lacey DC never go back enrolling noise pollution According to a biology professor at Mississippi, State rock and. Roll. Was. Actually noise pollution despite what ACDC thanks okay This professor play, different kinds of music for, ladybugs and plants. And if these ladybugs heard rock music day eight fewer of things if they heard quired abuse they behave better. So. He found the same result with actual noise pollution like, recordings city and people honking their horns and traffic yeah if this is what my kids can expect learning college I'm just gonna fly to Vegas, now and blow. Their. Tuition Dummy wimp PC college professor I do I'm actually going to prove that rock music is. Indeed, noise pollution and I'm going to start a petition regulate, rock music because ladybugs aren't getting enough nutrition in their life No nothing And you know that's exactly how that professor sounded. Like two that's exactly what he sounded like lady bugs aren't eating right because the, rock music I'm going to start a petition voted for. Chuck, Schumer Titian my Senator to regulate Rochman Is this. Anything boxer Floyd Mayweather junior top the Forbes celebrity one hundred. List of the highest paid entertainers he made two hundred. Eighty five million dollars a cashier George Clooney came in. Second with two hundred and, thirty nine, million Megan know. Movies two. Hundred three hundred million that's his the kiva company sold off its tequila company didn't? They made a bunch of that why didn't we think of the way we get into the? Tequila businesses in the radio business my friend I've been in the. Tequila business for a long time Drinking drinking it his business businesses good there's nothing worse than? That that, warm well tequila you'd go order at the college bars Just the, war like I, can't. Drink tequila I'll do I'll. Do like. Chilled, silver avion type the Milagro tequila love blocks Oh man. Put that stuff in the freezer get. It nice and frosty even Cuervo silver but the boy the yellow stuff I can't I will throw that. Right back up if I take. A warm shot at the Quila I'm a fun guy to. Be around when I've had I'm a blast. To be around I'm. Looking at this list of the highest paid entertainers fulsome Floyd Mayweather is on top George Clooney seconds, judge judy's in there the rock is in at number five with one hundred and twenty four. Million u two and Coldplay both. At the six and seven spot you to made one. Hundred eighteen million dollars last, year Coldplay made one hundred and fifteen Ed Sheeran a. Hundred and ten are you kidding me Ed Sheeran made Herndon. Million just off I tuned sales alone anybody. That gets married has. To have Ed Sheeran music as a wedding DJ I'm telling you cocktail hour first dances Ed Sharon, was made for that kind of stuff is this anything last one there's a new line of. High heels coming out from crocks You know crocs right the little sandals like looking things rubber sandals look like a. You know the middle aged fat white dude like me where. With white tube socks? And shorts right not only to the. Beach but like to. The grocery store to the movie yeah there's high heels coming out from. Crocs they're supposed to sell for eighty bucks but. Right now I'm seeing them go for about. Three times that amount on? Amazon look at him right here two hundred and twenty dollars All for lady high heeled crocs no this is. Nothing, so what does the beautiful missile Lindsey do if you say Honey I bought. You gift a spat two hundred and thirty dollars on it I know you're gonna love it she's got a. Copy of the divorce papers Back pocket at all times is ready to go coming up next we will play, back a pretty. Fun phone call we got last hour we're gonna play him, again, the crazy liberal Bob liberal Bob we will hear from him and we. Got some legal stuff it's all. Coming up after the news with STAN Lear IPC mobile news on the level on the.

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