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"jonathan bamber" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan bamber" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And a new documentary for sama captures the graphic devastation of Aleppo in Syria my mother's perspective jurors white I'll cut yet and her husband doctor homes I had worked in the resistance before they were forced to flee the city with their daughter sama they will join us as well as filmmaker Edward box you will get to all of it I'm Alison Stewart and I'll meet you on the other side of the news live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laxmi saying the wealthy financier accused of sexually abusing dozens of underage girls over the last decade in Florida New York is denied bail today U. S. district judge in Manhattan ordered Jeffrey obscene to remain behind bars prosecutors argue that of FC were granted bail the well connected businessmen could be a flight risk he also expressed concern that he would use his wealth to pay off anyone who could help the prosecution put him away for years but I've scenes attorney argued defendant did not pose a danger I've seen pleaded not guilty is new sex trafficking charges in New York bracing for more unrest in San Juan Puerto Rico which is reeling from overnight demonstrations for governor he got a little say yours resignation a series of leaked messages among close to you and his inner circle show the mocking women the disabled and hurricane victims and peers Adrian floaty though has more from someone thousands of people rallied in the Porter wreaking capital for the fifth day in a row demanding that or say you're stepping down the crowd included trap or just bad bunny and sing a Ricky Martin among others for drinking police fired tear gas after a group of protesters broke through a barricade at the governor's mansion and many people fled into surrounding streets by early Thursday morning the old city of sun Quan resembled a war zone police chased protesters through streets firing rubber bullets gas canisters and what appeared to be flash bombs protesters say as long as the governor remains in office they expect the number of people turning out for demonstrations will grow Adrian for either NPR news sunk one put the recall the US house has approved a resolution that holds both the U. 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Attorney General in the commerce secretary in contempt of Congress and peers Hansi low on reports the votes stems from an ongoing congressional investigation into the trump administration's fail push to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty census the house oversight committee has requested for months full copies of internal emails that they say may show the exact reason why the trump administration push for a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census but the ministration has refused to release full copies claiming executive privilege the chair of the committee Elijah Cummings could now go to the federal courts and ask a federal judge to order the ministration to release these documents in pairs Hansi low long the chairman of the national Republican congressional committee is the latest to express unease with chants from president trump support base echoing his racist language about four American Congress women of color Minnesota representative Tom ever says there's no place for the send her back chance that erupted at a campaign early last night in North Carolina the chance targeted amorous fellow Minnesota Congress member you'll have mark last night president trump remain unapologetic as he took aim at Omar and other progressives for their stance on immigration Israel and other issues that he claims makes them on American you're listening to NPR news this is WNYC in New York I'm Richard hake the city of Mount Vernon Westchester is in the midst of a power struggle as the mayor refuses to vacate the office after pleading guilty to misusing campaign funds after mayor Richard Thomas was convicted earlier this month the city council decided he had automatically forfeited his post and appointed the city council president Andre Wallace's mayor it's been a stalemate now for over a week but journal news reporter Jonathan Bamber says that may change tomorrow Friday we're gonna see potentially the city comptroller not paying some people probably not paying them you know Richard Thomas I his Meryl salary and I think that's gonna kind of puts things into court much quicker Wallace meanwhile is appointed a new police commissioner but he was arrested for trespassing by its own officers after arriving for his first day on the job the Lazio to the back of the pack in terms of fundraising for his presidential bid with just over a million dollars in contributions here's W. N. Y. C.'s Quinn Hogan some of the leading contenders for the democratic presidential nomination are boasting of their grassroots support about half of Bernie Sanders and Lizabeth warns donations came from individuals who've given less than two hundred dollars but only nine percent after blasier's contributions came from small donors like that Kirsten Gillibrand was about the same ranked on the percentage of small donors the two are tied for second to last Cory Booker had a tad better showing with sixteen percent of his campaign funds from small donors blasier's declared heat emergency and how are people coping here's thirty eight year old Victor Rivera from queens in the subway is crazy and.

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"jonathan bamber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan bamber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Slash Jersey city here's Bob Boone Tom Jonathan good morning here's what's making news in science technology engineering and math billionaire investor Peter Thiel who is perhaps president trump's most powerful tech industry supporter says he wants a federal investigation into as teal put it seemingly treasonous acts by Google deal deliver the opening speech yesterday at the national conservatism conference in Washington and questioned whether Google's senior management has been in his words thoroughly infiltrated by Chinese intelligence the co founder of PayPal took aim at Google for agreeing to work closely with China trying to get its search engine back into the Chinese market while deciding to let lapse the US defense department contract that had given the military access to its artificial intelligence tools he suggested the FBI and CIA should be asking such questions and said he'd like them to be asked in a quote not excessively gentle manner India aborted today's planned launch of the space craft intended to land on the far side of the moon less than an hour before lift off the Sean right on to mission was called off when what was termed a technical snag was observed in the six hundred forty ton fourteen story rocket launcher the country space agency the Indian space research organization says a revised launch date will be set soon the spacecraft is carrying a lander designed to make a soft touch down on the lunar South Pole and to then send out a roll over to explore water deposits confirmed by a previous Indian space mission and that's the Bloomberg NJ I teased him report Tom Jonathan Bamber thanks so much fun things.

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"jonathan bamber" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan bamber" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Future because they say, it's too uncertain. What do you think of that as a matter of both science and policy? I taught to know how to respond something, it's basically scientifically illiterate. I mean, if you think the world, you know, we don't camp out, well beyond twenty forty then fine. Go ahead. But I mean it's like a of scientific, and you know, it's, it's, it's, it's, it's insanity today, because some well, in particular, because we know that response to the climate system, becomes more and more non linear. In other words, you know, the, the responses accelerate as you go further into the future. Unless that's very right boss or why the onset is grow. But we need to know what there's uncertain his onset of just pretending. They don't exist. It makes no sense. It'll Jonathan Bamber at the university of Bristol his lead author of a new alarming study of possible sea level rise by the year. Twenty one hundred Jonathan thank you very much. Thank you abortion laws of grabbed our attention in the US recently. Just this month. Alabama pass the nation's most restrictive abortion ban with no exceptions for rape, or incest. Other states have also made their abortion laws tougher, Georgia, Arkansas and Indiana, among others. If you go to a number of Latin American countries, you'll find similar laws Argentina for example, but the conversation there might be changing today. Thousands of women celebrated in the capital bonus IRAs and supportive legislation that would provide more abortion rights, the world's Alison at Atta just returned from Argentina where she's been reporting on the abortion debate there..

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"jonathan bamber" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan bamber" Discussed on PRI's The World

"It made him think about home and mardi gras in French Creole, Louisiana's like a huge melting pot in the know that, that may be all wiped away because of some glaciers melting that we may have contributed to maybe, maybe not it's like damn we gotta get it. Together. Jack isn't totally convinced that climate change is manmade, even though that science is clear, but he does now it's happening. And by the end of the trip home suddenly felt even more precious. It it opens. My eyes. It makes me appreciate it. That much more. The trip also opened his eyes to Antarctica. He wants to come back someday. But he says, I'll always return to Louisiana for the world. Caroline Bieler cooking dinner for sixty people. Is a true, balancing act when the ship is being tossed by ways check out photos of Jack more inaction in the ship's galley, that's on our Instagram feed, we're at PRI the world. Meanwhile, Jack got good reason to worry about his hometown. New Orleans is one of the places that could be almost completely underwater by the end of the century, a new report in the proceedings of the national academies of sciences shows. There's a significant chance that global sea levels could rise by as much as two meters by the year, twenty one hundred that's six and a half feet. Jonathan Bamber of the university of Bristol in the UK is the lead author of the study is not saying that this is what will happen. But it does find that there's a chance that it could is that correct? And what, what is the probability, I think you've made the critical coin. About study, which hasn't always been picked up by all the media, which is the we're not saying that's the most likely scenario. We're not saying that's the most probable, but we're saying that there is a real plausible probability, we put it at about five percent, the sea level could exceed two meters in the worst case emission scenario that we use, which is well, it's business as usual. Yes. So what exactly was done differently or model differently than others in the past to reach this conclusion? So this is not a numerical modeling study. What we did in this study was we go together, twenty two international experts to identify what thanked collective understanding of what the ice sheets would do over the next century. In fact, next few centuries was based on different coming warming snores. So there's a five percent certainty that the big scary scenario in your study Jonathan will come to pass. Do you think that is a small probability? And if. It is mall. What is the value of doing this kind of research, a case? A relatively small culpability too. I kind of put it in context by saying that I guarantee you got on a plane mice as well as a five cent Jones. It's gonna fall out the sky you'd get off it straightaway. So, for example, I you know, I, I've been speaking to someone who is involved in planning for the San Francisco Bay area, and it's not the main seal of rice that they need to worry about it's the extremes. It's these low probability, high impact events. If we weren't interested in Maine by this, then we would never build, you know, any buildings in San Francisco to withstand quake, because, you know, the likelihood is, it's not going to happen. But when it does happen, the consequences of very, very serious. And it's exactly the same with these high end projections facility Ross, so between the worst case scenario and the best case scenario on I mean even. Far short of the worst case scenario. There's going to be a lot of impact. Correct us..

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"jonathan bamber" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan bamber" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Looked out the window fake who save for Hyun that was actually steak date grilling steaks outside up on the helicopter deck. When we walked out there. I just looked in OSHA sake. Oh my God. We were surrounded by glaciers that were told the ship into that, eventually, maybe one day, all of these things were going. That's a lot of ice that has that has to go somewhere. It made him think about home in mardi gras in French Creole, Louisiana's like a huge melting pot and the know that, that may be old wiped away because of some glaciers melting that we may have contributed to maybe, maybe not damn yet. Gather Jack isn't totally convinced that climate change is manmade, even though that science is clear, but he does know it's happening. And by the end of the trip home suddenly felt even more precious. It opens my eyes. It makes me appreciate it that much more. The trip also opened his eyes to Antarctica. He wants to come back someday, but he says it will always return to Louisiana for the world. Caroline Bieler cooking dinner for sixty people. Is a true, balancing act when the ship is being tossed by WAVE's check out photos of Jack Gilmore inaction in the ship's galley that's on our Instagram feed, we're at PRI the world. Meanwhile, Jack Scott good reason to worry about his hometown. New Orleans is one of the places that could be almost completely underwater by the end of the century, a new report in the proceedings of the national academies, of sciences shows, there's a significant chance that global sea levels could rise by as much as two meters by the year, twenty one hundred that's six half. Feet. Jonathan Bamber of the university of Bristol in the UK is lead author, the is not saying that this is what will happen. But it does find that there's a chance that it could. Is that correct? What, what is the probability? I think you made the critical coin about study, which hasn't always been picked up by all the media, which is the we're not saying that's the most likely scenario. We're not saying that's the most probable that we're saying that there is a real plausible ability, we put it at about five percent, the sea level could exceed two meters in the worst case emission snarl that we use which is won't co businesses usual. Yes. What exactly was done differently or model differently than others in the past reach this conclusion? So this is not a muddling so they won't. We did miss was we go get a twenty two international experts to identify what thank collective understanding of. What the sheets would do over the next century. In fact, next few centuries was based on different climbing women's lawyers. So there's a five percent certainty that the big scary scenario in your study Jonathan will come to pass. Do you think that is a small probability? And if it is mall. What is the value of doing this kind of research? It gives a relatively small of ability to kind of put it in context by saying. I guarantee you got on a plane mice sent Jones. It's gonna fall out this you get off straight away. Example. I've been speaking to someone who is involved in planning San Francisco Bay area, and it's not the means enough rice that they need to worry about it's the extremes. It's these low publicity, high impact vents, if we weren't interested in mean by this, then we would never build any buildings in San Francisco to withstand quake, because the likelihood is going to happen. But when he does happen comes very, very serious. And it's exactly the same with these high end projections, suitable Ross, so between the worst case scenario and the best case scenario. I'm I mean, even far short of the worst case scenario. There's going to be a lot of impact. Right. That's right. We used to climate warming scenarios, one is this business as usual, and the other one is glor- meant to be consistent with the Paris agreement which was to limit of woman to two degrees or less. For that. We come up with a Rangel's thirty six centimeters, two hundred twenty six that's one point three meters, and that's more like full face so full that is also a pretty unpleasant, prospective will displace millions of people around the world by one hundred. So Jonathan Bamber given all of this. I got to ask you about this week's news that the Trump administration is instructing federal agencies here in the US not to forecast climate scenarios beyond twenty years into the future because they say, it's too certain, what do you think of that as a matter of both science and policy? Hard to know how to respond something. It's basically scientifically illiterates. I mean, if you think the world, you know, we don't care about well, the owned twenty forty then go ahead, but it's like a full scientific and you know, it's, it's, it's, it's insanity to me. Because some well, in particular, because we know that response to the climate system, becomes more and more non linear. In other words, the responses exceleron as you go further into the future not stunts boss or. Grow. We need to know what there's uncertainty design steady just pretending they don't exist. It makes no sensitive Jonathan bamboo at the university of Bristol. He's a lead author of a new alarming study of possible sea level rise by the year twenty one hundred Jonathan thank you very much. Thank you..

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"jonathan bamber" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan bamber" Discussed on Here & Now

"Be important, but it has certainly increase. Our range of possible future behaviors of Anton stream particular will. And if the worst case scenario that you're talking about comes true. What are the implications of that pretty grim with token about Xs, stencil threat to small island nations like Marshall Islands in the Pacific, another rattles Pacific? They will become a to meet its seal of those, those small island states will become uninhabitable. Which took in about a massive loss of land, you know, an area, the size of Libya, which looking about displacement of up two hundred eighty seven million people potentially. That's that's. Awful lot of people, you know, while going to have to move to somewhere else. Edge just to give people a sense of how many people that has one hundred hundred and eighty seven million people. There were a million people who came to Europe as a result of the Syrian refugee crisis and that overwhelmed, a lot of countries. Absolutely. Right. It's cool. The social discontent sexual people political upheaval throughout Europe. On was what like almost two hundred times smaller number of people, so you kinda get get an idea of how incredibly disrupted something like to me to see level rise with bait. It doesn't sound like a lot, but we're talking you know, I mean places like Florida. Some of the major coastal cities, New York, San Francisco. We genera of Shanghai London. We're not necessarily saying loss of life, but we're saying that, you know, massive. Parts of the infrastructure of these huge cities will become unusable and you know, rather than kind of nuisance flooding that you get. Now you're talking about daily, flooding events, really pretty grim consequences. And yet, you know, when we think about all of the stories that we hear all the studies that come out that say things like what you're saying, maybe not exactly this, but pretty similar. It seems like it comes and goes without any real change with regard to climate change regulation legislation all around the world that saw halt comment from a point for me, Komen home, because I mean, not that really relates to I think response from the from politicians and policymakers certain isn't that what has to happen in order for something real tight to change on this issue? Absolutely right. And I think that, you know, the Paris agreement that was signed in twenty fifty. I think was a landmark agreement almost two hundred night nations signed up to that, that the trouble is the, the minute seems that it was largely kinda rhetoric raw than reelection. So even since twenty fifteen we've seen an increase in greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere. So things aren't going in the right direction. But having said that, you know, I do sense that there is a change in mood. I mean, not just a amongst the public, but amongst politicians as well. So the UK government of declared it a climate emergency. So I think there is a sea change taking place whether we act quickly enough to of some of the worst comes coins clump, change remains to be seen, but it is inactive to do that. We can't do it. It's not an insurmountable challenge that Jonathan Bamber, who's a professor of geography at the university of Bristol ISA lead, author of a new study that says the world's seas arising faster than previously thought professor, thank you for joining us. My pleasure. And here now is production of NPR WBU are an association with the BBC World Service. We want to thank our hosts here at Louisville public media in Louisville Kentucky, including Stephen George, Eric Peterson. Kate Howard Ryland Barton. Caitlyn mcglade Jeff young Charles Spivey, and our engineer Russell wells are Kentucky broadcast, was produced by Chris Bentley. And our stories were mixed by Mike. Mosquito, I'm Robin young. I'm Jeremy Hobson at Louisville public media in Louisville Kentucky. This is here now.

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"jonathan bamber" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan bamber" Discussed on Here & Now

"That means the lawyer did such a bad job that Hassan Bennett got a new trial. And when you see that there's really no excuse for it lawyers are not supposed to take cases where they can't do an adequate job of representation, and so while it's really important to understand the burdens on the system and the idea that we should provide more money for it also. True that lawyers have illegal obliga- Shen to go through all the evidence and make sure they are representing their clients properly. And, of course, as we mentioned the homicide detective in this case, who was accused of coursing witnesses and other cases as well has been relegated to desk duty. So that's been acknowledged the one about someone successfully defending themselves with just a high school education. How often does that happen? That's very unusual. And it seems like Hassan Bennett was incredibly determined and confident in a way that was persuasive to the jury, I love the story because it's about someone teaching himself law with the help of someone else in prison, who was what's known as a jailhouse lawyer someone who is able to self educate himself. And, you know, we used to have more of a tradition of this in this country, where people used to go to night school to learn to practice law, and they used to be able to become lawyers with more apprentice themselves as opposed to formal education. Now, it's really unusual. But Assan Bennett obvious. We knew the facts of his own case, incredibly well, and it sounds like he was able to boil down the key issues here in a simple vivid way that really convince the jury, Emily Basilan her book on the Justice system. Greed is charged Emily, thank you. Thanks so much for having me. There's a new troubling warning about climate change. A new study shows world sea levels could rise, six feet by the end of the century. If emissions, go unchecked, that's double the earlier estimate from the UN climate science panel. The research is published in the proceedings of the US National Academy of sciences. And joining us now is professor Jonathan Bamber of the university of Bristol in the UK..

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