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A monthly show where we get to talk and learn about all things ecological, including interviews with top ecologists (both employers and employees), those working with ecologists, and also aspiring and inspiring career-seeking individuals setting out to make a difference. New episodes released first Monday of the month.
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Neste espaço estamos disponibilizando, gratuitamente, podcasts sobre ecologia, meio ambiente e biodiversidade. Também incluimos composições musicais de minha autoria, como forma de expressão da linguagem universal que é a música. In this space we are making free podcasts available on ecology, environment and biodiversity. We also included musical compositions of my own, as a way of expressing the universal language that is music.
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The Ecology Hour features in-depth interviews with experts on every facet of Mendocino County's diverse and spectacular natural world. Rotating hosts include Environmental Educators Hannah Bird and Sue Coulter, Scientists Bob Spies & Tim Bray, and Trail Steward Chad Swimmer.
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Ecology Everywhere

Ecology Everywhere

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Three budding ecologists discuss new research across the ecological sciences, from genetic underpinnings to broad patterns. Topics include: behavioural ecology, population ecology, community ecology, evolution, and more!
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A series of interviews from the Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology, focusing on people and organizations working at the confluence of religious and ecological perspectives. Interviews cover four main areas: 1) new and forthcoming publications, 2) engagement in practice, activism, and advocacy, 3) teaching and curriculum, and 4) perspectives from environmental humanities. Our Vision is a flourishing Earth community where religious and spiritual traditions join together for the shared wellbein ...
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The One Humanity Lab Podcast: Into an Ecology of Wholeness explores the field of coaching from various angles through the lens of the e-Co Leadership Coaching program. The e-Co program is based on the perspective that we must first develop inner capacities in order to then expand outwards in our service to others. Inner capacities include a return to our dreaming, intuition, creativity, and grounded connectivity to people, communities, nature, and Source. Coaching is one of many containers f ...
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Ecology Apparel Podcast

Ecology Apparel

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Your brand, your way. Create a clothing line that aligns with your brand, and your company using the best sustainably sourced materials in the world. We have a mission to educate people about what they put on their body. All clothes are not created equal!
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Donna Gates, M.Ed., ABAAHP, is the international best-selling author of The Body Ecology Diet: Recovering Your Health and Rebuilding Your Immunity, The Body Ecology Guide to Growing Younger: Anti-Aging Wisdom for Every Generation, and Stevia: Cooking with Nature’s Calorie-Free Sweetener. An Advanced Fellow with the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, she is on a mission to change the way the world eats.
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Backyard Ecology

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Nature isn’t just “out there” in some pristine or far-off location. It’s all around us, including right outside our doors. Join us as we ignite our curiosity and natural wonder, explore our yards and communities, and improve our local pollinator and wildlife habitat.
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Washington's Department of Ecology was the first environmental agency to be established in the U.S., back in 1970. We're headquartered in Lacey, with regional offices across the state, and are tasked with protecting, preserving and enhancing our environment for current and future generations. Here, we post stories from our our environmental programs as well as expertise in scientific research, creative problem-solving, complex project management, and innovative partnerships.Learn more about ...
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Sustainable World Radio brings you interviews with experts from around the globe; teachers, designers, environmentalists, and earth activists who learn from and work with Nature. Listen to episodes about Permaculture, organic gardening, herbal medicine, plants, fungi, earth repair, natural building, regenerative farming, sustainability, and ethnobotany. Tune in to discover positive solutions to environmental challenges; solutions that adhere to the Permaculture ethics of Earth Care, People C ...
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Scientists are more than just their science. Science communication should be too! The W.E.E. Podcast will highlight awesome women in ecology and evolution - their research, their experiences, and their passions. Science is personal - get to know us! Each month I'll have conversations with women I admire, getting deep into the science they love, as well as what makes them tick outside the day job - and everything in between. We'll get into imposter syndrome, work-life balance, politics, and t ...
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Water Environment: Lakes, Rivers, Oceans, Seas, Groundwater, Wells - Water Conservation, Water Sustainability, Water Preservation, Water Ecology, and other H2O Environmental IssuesContact info: Clean@h2opodcast.com or 206-984-3260; http://H2Opodcast.com
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Welcome to the Ecology Academy podcast, hosted by Richard Dodd. In this episode, we delve into the role and responsibilities of an Ecological Clerk of Works. With summer in full swing, ecologists are busy with surveys and monitoring projects across the UK and beyond. Whether you’re in the UK or elsewhere, this episode is packed with valuable insigh…
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Em 2005, diversas árvores de pinheiro-amarelo com séculos de idade morreram de repente em 6 hectares de floresta na parte norte das Montanhas Rochosas, no Estado norte-americano de Montana. Elas estavam sendo dizimadas por besouros-dos-pinheiros, uma praga que se infiltra nas árvores, do tamanho da ponta de uma borracha de um lápis. No ano seguinte…
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Life often leads us down unexpected paths, a truth Kwelli Sneed knows all too well. A graduate of the GWU e-Co Leadership Coaching Program, she now serves as the interim director of the Office of Neighborhood Safety Engagement. Initially joining as Chief of Staff during tumultuous times in the District of Columbia, Kwelli assumed the role of Direct…
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I don't talk about myself much on this podcast - we tend to stick to the art and science of horticulture and interrelated disciplines. But I was recently interviewed by Joel Barnett about my recent move from Melbourne to Brisbane and the reasons behind it, my career journey, and the fact that my wife Kirstie and I are expecting a baby later this ye…
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This episode features Missy Lahren, PhD, Chair of Board of Directors at Earth Law Center. Along with her work as a public interest lawyer, she is also a producer and writer. We discuss the many facets of her work, focusing in particular on her recent film, Last Stand: Saving the Elwha River's Legacy Forests. It premiered publicly at EarthX in Dalla…
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Cerca de 140 milhões de toneladas de lixo orgânico são geradas anualmente em todo o mundo. Dessas, cerca de 100 milhões de toneladas correspondem a resíduos da cadeia de produção e distribuição de alimentos. Apenas 25% do montante é reaproveitado. Os outros 75% são simplesmente “jogados fora”, configurando um grande desperdício de recursos potencia…
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É um impulso humano natural e político recuar quando ameaçado por uma crise que parece além do nosso controle. O mundo está enfrentando vários desses estresses ao mesmo tempo: escassez de alimentos, inflação, persistência do COVID-19, guerras e os efeitos do aquecimento global. Coletivamente, eles ameaçam a estabilidade e a prosperidade de países a…
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Everybody wants a silver bullet for plant pests and diseases, but they usually end up causing more issues than they solve in the long run. Integrated Pest Management, or IPM, is an approach to managing pests in accordance with nature's rhythms. Instead of reaching straight for a chemical control, we can influence a number of factors that put pests …
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Ever feel helpless about the state of the world? Investigative journalist Roberta Baskin discusses her shift to finding hopeful stories about businesses creating positive social and environmental impact. She talks about Aim2Flourish, a program she helped to start, and where students discover these companies and write stories that focus on the UN Gl…
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This episode features Sara Jolena Wolcott, an ecotheologian, minister, healer, ceremonialist, consultant, singer, and founder of Sequoia Samanvaya—an organization dedicated to harmonizing with ancient wisdom. She is also the host of The ReMembering And ReEnchanting Podcast. We discuss some of the many facets of her interdisciplinary but also cross-…
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Most people wouldn't consider a permaculture mindset for a public park or an ornamental garden. But that's a missed opportunity, because it could help individuals, organisations and councils reduce their maintenance budgets while increasing plant health and positive biodiversity outcomes. The 12 principles of permaculture can be applied whether or …
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On the April 2024 episode, we delve into how best to support the environment through charitable giving. We hear from Tom Wheeler, Executive Director of EPIC in Arcata, CA, and from Lawyer Paula Goodwin of Perkins Coie, as well as take a closer look at a number of nonprofits. Check out our Primer for Giving! The show also features music from artist …
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This week, we're celebrating 200 episodes! My mentor, Karen Smith, editor of Hort Journal Australia, interviews me about my picks for the "best" 10 episodes. To pick only 10 episodes was an impossible task, but I've narrowed it down to a few essential chats that I believe all my listeners should listen to at least once. From Integrated Weed Managem…
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A importância do solo revela ao fato de ele ser um material solto e macio encontrado na superfície da crosta terrestre, sendo fundamental para a vida na Terra. Primeiramente, os solos variam muito na superfície da Terra. Tanto com relação à sua espessura quanto em relação às suas características. Tais como cor, quantidade e organização das partícul…
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Pintar os telhados pode reduzir as temperaturas em até cinco graus. Não é tão comum no Brasil, mas em construções pelo mundo o uso da pintura branca nos telhados começa a ganhar mais adeptos. A grande razão para isso é o ganho de eficiência energética para a edificação. Pintar um telhado de branco pode reduzir entre 40% e 70% a temperatura nos ambi…
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Um estudo holandês relatou pela primeira vez a presença de microplásticos no sangue humano, descoberta que levanta dúvidas sobre uma eventual penetração dessas partículas nos órgãos. Metade das amostras de sangue continha vestígios de PET (polietileno tereftalato), um dos plásticos mais usados no mundo, principalmente na fabricação de garrafas e fi…
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In this episode, Kimberly Carfore returns to the podcast to talk about this year's Bioneers conference, which was held in Berkeley, California on March 28-30. Bioneers is a nonprofit environmental advocacy organization based in New Mexico and California. Founded in 1990 by Kenny Ausubel and Nina Simons, Bioneers (a neologism for "biological pioneer…
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Did you get a chance to see Peter Donegan's phenomenal garden design A Moment In Time at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show (MIFGS) this year? We spoke about it in Ep.181 A Daydream Supported By A Series of Equations, but I wanted to touch in after the event finished to get his perspective on how everything went, and if he actually …
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In this insightful episode of the Ecology Academy podcast, we explore the fascinating world of district licensing in ecological conservation with Sarah Garratt and Andy Buxton from NatureSpace. We delve into Sarah's contribution to NatureSpace's strategic licensing approach and Andy's role in the conceptualization of district licensing. Additionall…
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The Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show has wrapped for another year! In this episode, I interview the designers behind three show garden highlights from this year's Show. We'll get to hear the inspiration behind the story and message behind each of their gardens, and we'll chat about their creative choices with materials and plant palette…
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This episode features Clayton Crockett, PhD, Professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religion and the Director of the interdisciplinary Religious Studies program at the University of Central Arkansas. He has authored or edited a number of books at the intersection of theology, philosophy, science, and politics, including Religion, Politics an…
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The Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show has wrapped for another year! Each year, we like to interview some of the garden designers to get an insight into what ideas, philosophies, trends, and plants are floating in the cultural zeitgeist. Friend of the show, Dr Ian Smith interviews some of the Boutique, Achievable and Border garden designe…
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Agricultor suíço ensina a plantar água na Bahia. Uma pupunheira atrai uma multidão de pássaros japus à entrada de uma fazenda no sul da Bahia. Ela foi a primeira da temporada a produzir um dos frutos mais apreciados pelo dono da propriedade, mas mesmo assim ele decidiu deixá-los para os pássaros. O suíço Ernest Götsch diz que, enquanto várias práti…
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All change starts with us; even that one little step has the power to create a profound transformation to the larger system. This is just one of the many pieces of wisdom that the Queen of Systems Thinking, Darcy Winslow, imparts to us in this episode. As the Founding President (2010-2020) and co-founder of the Academy for Systems Change, Darcy sha…
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Join us for a follow up on a past episode on residential decarbonization., with some state forest news starting the hour: Segment 1: Richard Gienger on the Board of Forestry: www.savejackson.org www.pomolandback.com www.mendocinotrailstewards.org To send comments to the Board of Forestry: Publiccomments.@bof.co.gov Segment 2: Sonoma Clean Power Res…
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Welcome to an enthralling episode of the Ecology Academy Podcast, where host Richard Dodd is joined by special guest Nikki Glover, a Senior Ecologist at Wessex Water renowned for her innovative newt detection techniques. Our dynamic conversation delves into Nikki's essential contributions to large-scale development infrastructure projects, her dive…
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A garden is never finished. It's going to change throughout the year, and the seasons. It should be getting better over time instead of worse. And it should also provide you with multiple yields, whether that's a food crop, supporting biodiversity, reducing soil salinity, providing shade, making the space appear larger, or simply bringing you joy. …
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We learn about Elephant Seals from Dr. Heather Liwanag, Associate Professor in the Biological Sciences at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. She studies the physiological adaptations of animals to their environment, and Elephant Seals provide her with many remarkable features to study. The largest and deepest-diving pinnipeds in the world, Elephant Seals ca…
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This episode features Rabbi Ora Nitkin-Kaner, Reconstructionist rabbi and interdenominational climate change chaplain based in New Haven, Connecticut. As a rabbi, meditation teacher, climate change chaplain, and educator, she founded Exploring Apocalypse to extend her pastoral care work to help individuals and groups navigate the complexities of li…
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Sydney. Or, click the AIH events link below. Diptera (flys) The Good Hoverfly Robber flies The bad Leaf miners Fruit flies (not vinegar flies) The inbetween Blowflies, bottle flies and house flies Fungus gnats Coleoptera (Beetles) Beneficials Ladybird (Coccinellidae) Ground beetles (Carabidae) Rove beetle (Staphylinidae) The neutrals Plague Soldier…
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A ocorrência de gelo do Oceano Ártico proporciona o ambiente ideal para os ursos polares caçarem seu principal alimento: as focas, que usam as placas de gelo flutuantes para dar à luz e amamentar seus filhotes. No entanto, com a perda progressiva da cobertura de gelo nos últimos anos, a disponibilidade de presas diminuiu bastante. Sem o gelo, não t…
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Equipping the younger generation with environmental awareness and a deep fascination for nature might be our best bet at keeping the planet livable for the foreseeable future. We don’t see a lot of people doing that right now, but those who do are doing it in incredibly innovative and inspiring ways. Today’s guest makes such an impact in this regar…
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Welcome to the Ecology Academy podcast hosted by Richard Dodd. In this episode, we delve into the transformative journey of Jon Cranfield, a herpetofauna specialist and director of Herpetologic Limited. Starting from his childhood passion for ecology, we journey through his extensive experience dealing with protected species and examine his commitm…
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Welcome to a special series of the Ecology Academy podcast, dedicated entirely to understanding the fascinating world of great crested newts. As spring arrives, we delve into in-depth discussions with leading experts to shed light on this unique species. Over the upcoming weeks, we'll be presenting interviews with established authorities in the fie…
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Gray Whales have recently been spotted off Mendocino. On The Ecology Hour this week, we replay a great discussion from June 2022 with Dr. James Harvey of the Moss Landing Marine Laboratory, who gave us a great overview of their lives and their fantastic migrations.Bởi Dr. Robert Spies & Tim Bray
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Tim Bray and Dr. Robert Spies take a deep dive into the world of squid, with Dr. Sarah MacAnulty, Executive Director of Skype a Scientist. Jet-propelled and able to change color at the speed of thought, they are both predator and prey in every ocean, and the subject of the world's largest fishery. Surprisingly complex, with an evolutionary history …
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Have you ever wondered whether plants can communicate? And if they can, how do they do so? Katia Hougaard is back, and this time we explore the science behind plant communication. We discuss VOCs, plant blood tests, visual signs, sounds, Venus fly traps, predators, pests, and much more. We even ponder what science has yet to prove or disprove regar…
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This episodes features Craig Patterson, a long-time activist and advocate weaving together multiple perspectives to address contemporary environmental issues. We talk about his commitment to integration and synthesis, seeking alliances and unity amidst difference. Some points of integration we discuss include science and spirituality, East and West…
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O drone atua nas áreas de: Infraestrutura, Transporte, Segurança e Agricultura. Na agricultura, são utilizados para monitorar o desenvolver da lavoura com mais precisão, sanando as suas necessidades e fazendo com que se tenha uma maior produtividade. Com o uso de diferentes câmeras é possível obter diferentes tipos de imagens. Como os drones podem …
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In this episode, we go over more than a dozen topics quickly, based around the Hort Journal's editor's best article picks for 2023. Karen Smith is my mentor and also the editor for our Australian horticulture industry's best magazine, and she has her finger on the pulse when it comes to amenity hort in this country. You'll hear about emerging pest …
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In this episode, I interview Paul Plant about what we're getting wrong as a whole industry when working with wholesale nurseries in particular, and how we can tighten up our game. I wanted to know stuff like, how are miscommunications and poor choices costing landscapers, arborists and horticulturists time, money, and project efficiency? Are hortic…
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