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"jason stronger" Discussed on PRI's The World
"I tell other parents of kids with autism that they shouldn't feel ashamed about their child's disability for the world. I'm jason stronger in all jason's reporting was supported by the national geographic society's emergency fund for journalists royal dutch. Shell not just one of the gloves. Biggest energy companies one of the biggest companies in the world full stop and now a group of environmental organizations is suing royal dutch. Shell they want the company to take a stronger. Stance against climate change specifically to rain. The company's carbon emissions in by forty five percent within a decade. Joanna sets at the london. School of economics has authored reports on climate litigation around the globe and joins us now joined. Who is behind the lawsuit against royal dutch. Shell and what is their case. This is an interesting case brought in the netherlands by friends of the earth netherlands and seven hundred organizations together with seventeen thousand ducks citizens who are co plaintiffs. Which way could this case go. I mean what are the possible verdicts. This is a case is very much inspired in the previous landmark case that was successful in the exact same court of the hague the netherlands in that case the plaintiffs were asking the government to step up their ambition. This case is adopted to a case against corporations they want the commitments made by the company to be consistent to global commitments such as the paris agreement. So if they win not only. The case will be sending a strong message to companies in energy companies but also to a wider set of actors in the corporate world. That's not only can commit in words but they also have to commit in practice enjoying what happened to that other case at the hagen. Should these plaintiffs draw from it in their lawsuit against a royal dutch shell happened was the for the first time a court told a government to do more. The standing there was that protecting the climate an having more ambitious targets is a matter of human rights so the government had a duty of care to protect the citizens of the netherlands and indeed of the world with happens if we transfer this same idea into the case against corporations is that corporations have a duty of care to also protect the climate so it is really a big message in one that we will soon here is likely to influence a number of other cases and corporate behavior. A lawyer for royal dutch. Shell made the point that shell is working hard on energy transition. They're developing a huge wind energy project in the netherlands are working on green hydrogen projects. And the point. He also made on behalf of the company. Is that quote. No single private party can change the energy system on its own. Not even shell. Doesn't he have a point. How would the court take on that argument. Well he does have a point. Indeed addressing climate change is not something that one single court will be able to do by itself is not something that one company can do with is happening here with these lawsuits is that they are showing who are the main actors that have to make a difference who have to change behavior and these are governments and the major emitters. But that's not the end of the story. of course many others will have to change in. It's still very much a government policy issue and it's not to say that this case is throwing all the responsibility or liability in one single company. These cases are strategic. They come with a message. They have a strategy behind them to point out single out a few of these actors but they are far from being the only alternative solution to the problem. Will to your point. Also this week that you're being court of human rights. As order thirty-three european countries to respond to a landmark climate lawsuit filed by six. Portuguese teenagers They're saying that governments are moving too slowly to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Who are those teenagers governments. Are they pointing the finger at and do you think they can win in the courts so this is another very interesting case a group of portuguese children who are arguing that governments in thirty three european countries have not done enough to prevent the impacts of climate change from visiting since human rights. This week we had the court announcing that it will take the case to the next step to the defendant countries so they can respond to the arguments. We were saying smart enough. One st one company. This case tries to bring many more so thirty. Three european states together in a lawsuit that aims to have these states reducing their greenhouse gas emissions. So we're talking about to climate action lawsuits. That seem to have some energy behind them but we should point out that last year a berlin court threw out a lawsuit by three farming families in germany. They said the government of angela merkel wasn't doing enough to tackle climate change. Why was that thrown out of court well. Most cases to be honest have not been successful. A few cases that have been successful there hundreds that haven't been successful. Also there hundreds of cases that are ongoing for example there is a case that was not successful in switzerland. A case brought by a group of senior swiss women in may this year may twenty twenty. The supreme federal court of switzerland denied the case. And just this week. This.
"jason stronger" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Wasn't the guy in that movie. That was Brad Kavanagh Brad Pitt. Movie. Yeah Yeah. I was doing Brad Pitt No. But I was saying he's saying it Kevin Spacey. Then, he kills Kevin Spacey Right. I'm twenty, five, I hear you, Bro. The best answers anyways ever give into anything one of the most self aware answers anybody's ever given to anything. How about this for great fucking Movie Man Seven Jesus Christ that was a vivid movie. Large Torso Kevin Spacey? Okay. It is not the small torso. I'm not mean you argue Josie. Torsos. It seems he's got a good good lung capacity. Can take a deep breath. What's the by X.. Creepy ass movie man I love a good creepy movie into but I. was kind of like seven for me the first season. Yes. I'd like them supernatural I like creepy movies, soup supernatural or with monsters because I know they're bullshit that way like ones that like to close to humans to actual human. Hey. I like I like kind of like the slasher type vibe to where it's like, oh, there's a dude in a mask that wants to fuck everybody. I because I. Lose my house I just popped the fucker and then burning. I don't think that works with Jason it works Jason but he always comes back. He made like one hundred movies. What was the last movie? The last movie was Jamie Lee Curtis She's still fucking when this dude it's. A different one. Mason? Yes. Yeah. Halloween. And my dad. My Dad used to scare the fuck out of me and he knew Michael Meyer scared the shit out of me and for Halloween, put the mask on and scared the living shit out of me. That's a terrible thing to do to a kid. That's why I'm so fucked up in Michael Jordan. Michael Myers is Halloween and Jason is which one had more movies so Few. Right, Jason Voorhees. Like fucking. Nine that space or something like that she had. Got To he linked up you remember Leprechaun. Yes I do Leprechaun Kill Jason All my God. To a point where Fred. Jason. 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Why didn't we think of that Leprechaun versus Jason Sprays in space? In Yellowstone, Mike Michael Myers is director of. How many movies were there with Jason? It has to be like twenty, right It's like more. Okay. Let's ask this more Jason's or more mission. Impossible's more. Jay's really for sure. It's a lot of mission impossible like five ray. I don't know I was trying to find the newest one. The other day I was trying to watch something crazy and mindless. There's a lot of born identities twelve. There's twelve Friday the third. Well my God they're prophecy will be committee concluded on the thirteenth. Exact man waiting for bad. Leprechaun. That's this is the trailer for the fucking movie. Jamie this trail you saying that US looking. Everybody laughing. Don. And the Leprechaun together at last. You can kill by guy he was like, I, can't believe this shit. Like if you girl you go home if you're a groupie and you go home with the the Goblin or the necker gobble. Imagining. 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It's the thing about that is like if you looked into a sewer and you saw a man like that's a real thing that's not like CGI. No that's like there's no Fox otherwise. Yeah. The thing about the new one is here's a faulk county but when it opens its mouth and clamps sound bites a kid. Like that's not..
"jason stronger" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Mcconnell promised about this morning but a minority leader Chuck Schumer objected to an early vote and called for the Senate to meet today at noon. The Corona virus continues to spread in Europe with more than two thousand deaths in Spain and cases still rising in Italy the UK and France NPR's Eleanor beardsley reports. French citizens are heading into their second straight week of home confinement. French celebrities are sharing their thoughts for coping online and musicians are live streaming their practice sessions. Police have handed out more than eighty thousand fines to people venturing outside for on essential errands the government has had to close all parks beaches and riverbanks to walkers and joggers and many cities have imposed a nightly curfew. President Emmanuel macron is looking at toughening restrictions and not even allowing people out to exercise the one hundred thirty five euro fine for unessential. Errands may be increased to fifteen hundred euros for repeat offenders. The lockdown is likely to be extended beyond the end of March as the death toll in France continues to climb. Eleanor Beardsley. Npr News Paris. The International Olympic Committee is facing mounting pressure to postpone this Summer Games. Japan amid the global spread of Corona virus. Npr's Tom Goldman reports. Canada has announced that its athletes will not take part in the Games. Canadian officials say they have made the difficult decision not to send their athletes to Tokyo for the Olympics and Paralympics the summer this is not solely about athlete health. Their statement says it's about public health. Canada's dramatic action follows the International Olympic Committee's first public acknowledgement that? It's considering postponing the Games and that it will decide within the next four weeks. Npr's Tom Goldman reporting separately. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Ave says the Olympics may need to be delayed. There are more than eleven hundred diagnose corona virus cases in Japan stocks are trading mixed up this hour on Wall Street. The Dow Jones is down two hundred eighty seven points the SNP down thirty three. The Nasdaq up. Twenty one this is. Npr News president trump says the US is open to assisting North Korea in its efforts to take on the corona virus. In the meantime the country says its leader. Kim Jong UN received a letter from trump about cooperating in efforts to contain the outbreak Jason Strother reports from Seoul. North Korean state media reported that trump had sent the letter offering help in a statement to the Korean Central News Agency. The ruler Sister Kim. Y'All Jong said that trump showed good judgment that would help improve relations between the two countries. North Korea has not reported any cove nineteen cases though medical experts have expressed skepticism but state media reports it has closed borders and has launched a large public awareness campaign. Meanwhile the country says it conducted a guided weapons test over the weekend. South Korea criticized the tests. Saying it's an inappropriate. Time to conduct provocative maneuvers for NPR news. I'm Jason Stronger in Seoul. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is now self isolating she says Dr who vaccinated her last. Friday for pneumonia was infected with the corona virus. This comes as Germany has imposed new social distancing roles that limit public gatherings due to people not including families in the United Kingdom lawmakers are warning they may consider a lockdown to help control the spread of Corona Virus Prime Minister Boris. Johnson says the new restrictions could take place shortly. If people don't abide by social distancing guidelines schools restaurants gyms and many shops in the UK have already close to help contain the outbreak. This is NPR news..
"jason stronger" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Was pretty clear how people felt about President. Trump's demand for more security spending Chung Jin introduced herself as a university versity student. She told the crowd the. US is a thief. Asking for money for Korean land the US military needs to get out of Korea. She said Said we don't need them here. Over the loudspeakers there was a song that seems to have been written just for this occasion. The lyrics go. Why do you act like you own this land? We are the owners for the world. I'm Jason Stronger than sold with the holidays upon us. We all have to to figure out the best way to spend our gift money. Here's an idea that could deliver some bang for your buck. A chance to win an original Picasso for just one hundred Euros about one hundred and ten on dollars. I thought Picasso could be a good gift to have an lottery so I called the family because the family and they said yes could be a great idea why not very kosher created a raffle called one because for one hundred euros she wanted to raise money for charity in a creative way and is known that because of family for decades that helps Kosheh also had ideas about which Picasso should be raffled off it had to be signed by because so on the Front to start with Pablo Picasso. Didn't Sign every single painting headed He used to sign them only when they were sold and when he died he left behind him. A huge amount of paintings that are not signed Kushtia also wanted under the painting to be colorful and it had to appeal to everyone nothing to sexual because anyone around the world could win it. This year is because it was titled Nuttier Malt. It's a nineteen eighteen. Twenty one still life of a newspaper and a glass of absent valued at more than one million dollars go to our instagram. Page to see the painting we're at PRI the world if you think it may look nice in your home put your name in the hat. There are two hundred thousand raffle tickets available online at about one hundred and ten dollars. Each Kushner could raise more than twenty two million dollars for charity. This money that we are raising will go specifically to Africa to bring clean Walter in three countries. Madagascar can ruin and my Roco. This will have more than two hundred thousand per sense sense. This is the second edition of one because for one hundred euros in two thousand thirteen. A twenty five year old man from Pennsylvania won the raffle back. Then I asked Olivier Picasso the artist his grandson if his grandfather would be okay with raffling off his work being someone who cared a lot about family about friends at about political cosies. I'm sure that giving away something to help people with having something natural so I'm sure would have been proud and ready to do. The raffle drawing will be held on January. Ninth in Paris organizers planned to Raffle off another Picasso next year as well as the lottery pundits. Say Hey you never know. Oh I'm Marco Werman this is the world your high school reunion..
"jason stronger" Discussed on NPR News Now
"NPR News in Washington. I'm Lakshmi Singh President. Trump's former campaign adviser and Confidante Roger Stone is found guilty guilty today a federal jury convicted the political consultant on all seven counts including obstruction witness. Tampering and lying to Congress stone stood the verdict was read aloud in court in Washington. DC He showed no response well former US ambassador to Ukraine. Marie Ivanovich is testifying testifying before the house. Intelligence committees impeachment inquiry today. NPR's Brian Naylor reports that while she was speaking. President trump attacked her in a tweet Yovetich. who was was ousted by president? Trump testified that corrupt elements in Ukraine had manipulated the US government to convince trump to remove her from her post. Last April. Actually spoke trump. tweeted that everywhere you went in. Her diplomatic career turned bad democratic chairman. Adam Schiff asked her if trump's real-time tweet elite would intimidate other witnesses in the inquiry. I mean I can't speak to what the president is trying to do but I think the effect is to be intimidating. Well I want to let you know Vassar that some of us here take witness intimidation varies very seriously. You'll von also testified that political attacks harks or leading to a crisis at the State Department. Brian Naylor. NPR News Washington Education Secretary. Betsy Devos has narrowly avoided a subpoena from the Chairman of the House Education Committee last night. The Education Department agreed to hand over documents related to its handling of program and to forgive the student. Loans of defrauded borrowers ours is NPR's Corey. Turner Democrat Bobby. Scott has been pushing the department for months to turn over documents related to the borrower defense rule. Several years ago the now defunct for profit giant Carinthian colleges was found to have misled students about their job. Prospects and future earnings and tens of thousands of former students filed borrower defense claims asking that the ED department forgive their loans. More than two hundred thousand are still waiting. Devos has delayed processing assessing claims. Saying the program is too lenient and calling it Easy Money Committee source tells. NPR The department agreed to hand over the documents after it was told Scott what had signed the Subpoena Corey Turner. NPR News Washington Defense Secretary Marquez. Spur and his South Korean counterpart or reaffirming their commitment to ending North Korea's as nuclear weapons program. Jason Structure has more from Seoul secretary experts said during a press conference that South Korea needs to pay more money to station. America's twenty eight and a half have thousand soldiers here Defense Minister Junkin do says the. US and South Korea must reach a mutually agreeable cau- sharing deal the Pentagon chief has pressel not to end an intelligent sharing pact with Japan which is set to expire later this month. That's Jason Stronger reporting this is. NPR News Wellington boots are a must have today in Venice Italy which is grappling with historic flooding local officials say high tide is reaching exceptional exceptional levels is projected to peak above five feet just days after the worst flooding in more than half a century people were seen wading through murky knee high water to get across. How's the iconic Saint Mark's Square today? The mayor of Venice warns the cost to recover from the flood. Damage could be as much as a billion euros. Zimbabwe is enduring its worst drought in forty years. It's toll is especially acute in rural areas. Where villagers are forced to compete with wildlife sometimes to the death for dwindling supplies of water and Food Ishmael Phone declerk uncovered one? Such story in Victoria Falls where he met with the survivor of buffalo attack. And the latest chapter of the country's long-running human wildlife conflict drew me Johny. Kuma law is a lucky man Elliott this month. He was attacked by Buffalo just outside the village near Victoria Falls. He suffered bruises all over his body. The end lacerations around is growing. Kumala is one of the few people who fought off a wild animal and lived to tell the tale. We have good problem of elephants. We've I've got program of neons premium finance with could problem of nearly everything stays on their push. The buffalo that attacked Kumolo was shot dead by national parks. Oh Zimbabwe Bob way so far this year eighty three fatalities have been reported across the country. Elephants accounted for the majority of the debts for NPR news. I'M MISHMASH BE SNUFF Wendy. Guay Victoria Falls. Zimbabwe recapping. Our Top story Roger Stone's been found guilty in federal court on all seven counts including witness tampering and lying to Congress..
"jason stronger" Discussed on SHADES OF INTIMACY
"Hello, everybody. Welcome to the podcast. We are going to go to state of the union part two part two. Thanks for waiting for me. Went on while she was over in the corner, getting some come boot. Cha didn't have her headphones on not repaired. She started to scramble. You should see her run. Hey. Just so, you know, contemptuously even though you're going to be listening to these probably a weekend apart, or so. We're actually recording this moments after the last one. And as soon as we turned the last one off the last pockets, you gotta go, listen. The I guess, Bill listen state of the union part one. Or this this'll make sense. But this, this comment that we're about to make won't make sense. You had an insight about your spirituality as soon as we turned the. So in the last state of the union, we did talk about our current state as far as virtually goes, and we both talked about it, and I was really feeling it out. And what I recognized is that for many, many years the way that I was trained in spirituality was that it was a seeking for something from something outside. It was. Something other than me. And what I've been doing over the course of this last year is the recognition that my spirituality is actually inside me my universe. My connection to God, God itself, the universe whatever it is. My spirituality exists inside me. It is not something separate for me. You know, the revelations that I get they come from inside me and my communion comes from inside of me. It's not separate from me. Once you told me that I thought that was definitely profound enough to share with you. So I hope that's useful to me. That's, that's just amazing as I have done that math. We talked about the end of that last podcast done that mouth and went oh shit. That's where they come. They come from within I keep reaching out and trying to talk to God out there. And the orientation of finding Dodd my heart has gotten for most scientific perspective drastically. Different results better results. More deeper, profound potent exciting. My life has changed because listening to that. And it is something bigger than me in me. Right. Okay. So onward body being balance balance balance is your relationships. We've added the bedroom, which is the fifth one. So there's that sex. So we're doing everything but sex Jenny. Oh. So how are your relationships was the state of the union last year of your relationships where yet right now? It's been an interesting year. It's been hard year area would say in this category. So in the last podcast, we did thumbs up them down. And this category is definitely been both for me in spades. Big thumbs up. Big thumbs down. So a definite roller coaster as far as our relationship in yours. Jason stronger way, stronger. We talked on the last podcast about our spiritual practice that we do that. Is the destruction of our stories and a lot of as destruction of things that we identify with that don't serve us. And that practice alone has tremendously strengthened our relationship because there's this immediate recognition of. Oh, this is not Jason. This is me. I'm the one creating this trigger inside me. So our relationship is way, way, stronger, and much more vital because we're not spending a lot of time, circling, the drain on old fucking stories, and we're much more adept at sweeping the temple getting clear and moving forward. So our relationship I feel is incredibly strong because of that practice. You know, I would also say that this podcast has really done some amazing things for our relationship to the carving out of time to sit down and share ideas and talk about things, and like that lights us up in our relationship, and it always has. But it's now we have a dedicated time that we carve out in the we actually do this, where before it may we may have time for it. We may not it may happen. It may not. And it's like no now rigorously every single week there is this time? I really agree with you on that. I wanted to mention in the morning, part of our core for processes what was discovering declare. And so usually the way it works is he's makeup table. Putting her makeup on. I'll read a book, and then we say, okay, what did you get out of that? Right. And we've been doing that for a while. And it's just I love it. It and got out of whatever we go into a workshop everything goes to them just goes to shit and. So I think it was yesterday or maybe Friday. Oh, let's do this. Right. And I sat and I read you a little bit. I think I would read like five paragraphs a new book and you and I just got into the cited thing and it was like. I was it's like sex in the morning, right? Like it's mental sex. You've got this idea. I've got this idea back and forth where like. Fucking each other's minds, open to put it a little crudely. Yeah, no, that's exactly like, and I had this revelation come down to me, which is a calling it a revelation. It's just sounds like a big word for small thing. But it was like, wow, my days are so much stronger. When I start off with a little mental sex with Jenny. Absolutely. That's like the whole day like a lie. My mind body, a little five live there alive. Because we do this little learning. Right. And we've read books for afterwards. What's your biggest takeaway? She goes. That's just pure fucking bullshit. That's just full of shit. That's just dumb. Right. And then there's one like, oh my God, that's profound or more often than not. We seem to stumble into books that are just like like. Subtle their subtle layers. Oh, wow. Oh and profound. And then we both sit there and think about is like, we've read one paragraph. We've talked for twenty minutes while you're putting your your makeup on. And now we're going to have to. Think about it the rest of the day right now. We'll give each other tax, well, how this application of that. So really, I just I agree with that. With you know, in the podcast is a bigger extension of that, and it's become kind of a sacred space plate to right here we come. And there's like a witnessing, because you guys are listening and we're getting real, rob our life. So it's really cool. I had experience with. One of the people who's been on this podcast. Wade and over the weekend. I said, I need to talk to you, and I had something important atone, right? And then I went and we're in my house, and I looked over at the podcast when I was like, oh, he and I have had a really profound couple of podcasts in that room. Yeah. Absolutely. I said in here. This is the space where you and I have gotten really real with each other. And he's all okay. And we walked in, and we felt it the conversation change. Suddenly it was like, okay. Brother, brother. This is what we have to say to each other about what's whatever was going on. And remember, and I don't so you create structures that allow you yourself to go deep. Right. And even if it's just that little one every morning, those, those depths, come up later on and give you power like this was a place for Wade night, talk. This is a place for United talk in the mornings. We take those that little verbal exchange out through the day. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. And I would say absolutely second that, like mental sex that we have in the morning that there's like this crackle in the air. It's, it's, it's amazing. It's hot. It puts brings me online, and I would also say that, you know, our ability to. You know, I've been so grateful this past year that we share this passion, and that's been huge in our relationship. Is this? We've shared this passion for a long time, but it just it gets deeper and deeper and deeper. And so that's a huge part as as our business is our passion. And we share that with one another, I would say the one area of our relationship, which has been a struggle for me is the fact that, you know, we used to go to karate together we used to do 'em together. And then you stopped going for whatever reasons, but there was this. There's been this longing in me like where's Jason? I want Jason in this particular part, you know, I loved sharing that with you. And so recently, we've actually talked on the last podcast about we've recently been starting to go on really long walks together, and that's now feeding that place in meal of now together, our bodies working together. There was a potent moment about three weeks ago. We decided to kick the kids away for the weekend and have a ticket, the kids away, the baby, the baby. Okay. South park reference to spend some time for us. We do a lot of activity. We knew we had shades come in. We do these family, tribal gatherings. You've heard about all these things, and, and sometimes it like Bilbo or starting to rub a little thin, and our relationship gets thin. Yeah. He he says wearing the one ring makes him a little like he's faded Lord of the rings reference. Keep up Jenny. Sorry. It gets thin and brittle this fantastic relationship that we're showing you right now becomes a nightmare and. It's tough. Yeah. So we decided we needed a weekend to get delicately, let our relationship gifts, then it gets really rough just doesn't it doesn't survive. And so we took that weekend. And we just sunk in together one evening. We said, we're going to say hair, and just got a whiteboard out the book out, and we listen to music, and we just what we did was the practice of sharing feelings. Yeah. And it started out this feel feel feel and it was it wasn't even necessarily completely about each other. But at one point, she got really quiet. An open heart was open. She was I don't just beautiful energetic vulnerable person. And she said, why have you not come to Kratie with me? Right. And I remember it was so, like, I tend to joke a lot, but I there was no joking at that. I was like, oh, yeah. You think that's you? That's not you. And that's we talked about that last podcast. I've been in a body pit right? Yeah. So other areas of balance. You know, we have to we have three kids, we have two kids that are doing well, and that as a parent, that's amazing to see and that I love seeing that. I I love seeing our kids go out do what they need to do in the world, do what they want to do in the world kick ass in the world. You know, getting their lives online..
"jason stronger" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Well polls are open now in south korea voting has begun i trust will have more news when we wake up your tomorrow jason stronger in seoul thanks very much ex marco okay enough election news for one day let's talk about the seasons because the arrival of spring celebrated pretty much everywhere on earth but here in her home state of massachusetts the timing of that arrival has been changing it's happening later than it used to and researchers think this is a troubling indicator of are changing climate my wgbf colleague craig the mold went out to conquer massachusetts to conduct some research of his own boston university professor richard premix spots a small sampling next to walden pond in concord with the to spin as he gets a closer look at the new leaves on the small tree a crowd of students from west pearl high school walks towards him there led by walden park ranger jacqueline cleft who recognizes premium we have a really quick opportunity to talk to an awesome scholar she's just been talking with the students about thorough the naturalist in conservationist who's classic book walden detailed his time living here at the pont premature explains to the students that about seventeen years ago he was trying to figure out a good way to measured the effects of climate change in the region and as i started looking i heard about these records that henry david thoreau had made in the eighteen fifties from eighteen fifty went to eighteen fifty eight about when plants were flowering in concord when birds were arriving in the spring and when trees and shrubs were leafing out and since two thousand and four pre mac and his students have been documenting the same things and so the information which we have from concord.