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A podcast by Young Friends of the Earth Scotland exploring the concept of Just Transition, talking to experts and activists about what it means from a Scottish perspective. The views, information, or opinions expressed during these podcasts are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Friends of the Earth Scotland and its employees. This podcast is supported by the Erasmus+ programme and the European Union.
 
Be curious, not judgmental. A podcast about everything! Join me as I talk about my life, recovery, mental health and any other topic under the sun. You can also be a part of the show by contacting me and leaving a voice message. I hope to hear from you! WLOAP.com Cover art photo provided by NASA on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@nasa Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wloap/support
 
We all know about the doom and gloom associated with environmental issues. We need to tell ourselves a new story. Instead let's talk about energy independence, green jobs, livable cities, clean water, clean air, and healthy children. This is where politics, perceptions, and life-style meet the catastrophe that is unfolding in front of our eyes. Here's a suggestion — subscribe, tune-in, and stop doom-scrolling.
 
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Australians are heading to the polls in what many see as a last-chance climate election, as the fossil-fuel-friendly country reels from years of extreme weather worsened by climate change. In India, a lesser-known consequence of burning coal is hurting people and ecosystems. And in Uganda, farmers are finding the chemicals they're putting on their …
 
We suddenly find ourselves sort of running a planet—a role we never anticipated or sought—without knowing how it should be done. We’re at the controls, but we’re not in control. Humans have become a powerful agent of geological change, equal to the other great forces of nature that build mountains, and shape continents and species. We are witnessin…
 
In today's episode, we dive underwater to visit creatures great and very, very small. Some of them are vocal, some are vital for the air we breathe and, sadly, many of them are threatened. How can we better protect life in the oceans? Plus — the environmental toll of your monthly bleed, and how menstrual products tell the story of the modern world,…
 
"How other people see me and what they feel about me is their business, not mine." -Unknown. Heading to Oregon! Scuba season starts soon! We get wrinkles on our brain over at the History channel and the Fact Site. Did you know fact and more. Thanks for your time and support. Contact me at WLOAP.com Thanks again!! --- Send in a voice message: https:…
 
On Living Planet today – European countries have been scrambling to find new energy sources to reduce their dependence on Russia, but some countries still need Russian exports, and not just for oil and gas. In India's thickly polluted capital, engineers are building special schools so that students can focus on their studies. And we tag along with …
 
"It starts with a good day morning, then it becomes a good day, then a good month, and a good year. In the end, you'll find it was a good life." -Unknown. Taking a trip soon. Racing season starts. Facts about the Milky Way. On this day in history. Some random ramblings as well. I'll be back Sunday May 8th, until then, peace my friends. Contact me a…
 
We reveal an environmental crime that is contaminating the world's oceans and going largely undetected. We also hear about California's bid to turn an environmental disaster zone into a lithium goldmine. Plus, how extreme drought is thwarting Morocco's plans to become a pioneer of green energy.Bởi DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Where do nature and art meet? From the vast majesty of the Antarctic to the neat symmetry of a beehive, environmentally-minded artists find inspiration in the sounds of the natural world. And from the Gambia to Namibia, outreach programs show the importance of citizens and scientists working together to conserve some of Africa's most iconic plants …
 
"Let go of grudges. They make you sad and resentful. Accept the apology you never received and let go of negative emotions so you can find your happiness once more." -Unknown. Facts about Taurus. On this day 2016 Prince dies and other history nuggets. Some random ramblings too! Thanks so much for your time! I really appreciate your support. Contact…
 
Today I talk with Radio Mylar aka Jesse from the podcast "Canadian Politics is Boring". From which side of the arm rest is yours in a movie theater or on a plane to which corporation you would bankrupt if you had the chance. Its a total mental gymnastic conversation for sure! Lots of fun talking with my friend. Check his podcast out, its awesome! T…
 
"Keep calm and be crazy, laugh, love, and live it up because this is the oldest you've been and the youngest you'll ever be again." -Unknown. Got to talk with my therapist today, that went well. My Mom is in town! Some facts about credit cards and a visit to the History Channel. Some random ramblings as well. Thanks for your time! Contact me at WLO…
 
In this special episode, three experts on climate disinformation discuss how factually inaccurate and misleading information travels around the web. Climate journalist Stella Levantesi, communication researcher John Cook and Wikimedia strategist Alex Stinson join Living Planet host Sam Baker for an engaging round-table discussion, which originally …
 
One of the most destructive environmental practices that you could fix three times a day. Food waste is an appalling part of America's throw-away culture. It's costing us time, money and our environment. We are wasting up to 40 percent of our food from farm to fork to face to landfill. It is time to stop biting off more than we can chew and clean o…
 
"Be positive. Your mind is more powerful than you think. What is down in the well comes up in the bucket. Fill yourself with positive things".-Tony Dungy. A High School play. The Good Guys Barber Shop. Where to find the best subs. ISS facts and a visit to the History Channel. Thanks for your time and support. Contact me at WLOAP.com --- Send in a v…
 
"Sometimes you may feel like giving up, but you must keep going. You never know who is looking to you for inspiration"-Unknown. Some facts about the Hashtag. I give it a go at meditation. And I just chat to catch you up on things. Thanks so much for your time and support. Contact me at WLOAP.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wloap/…
 
This week on Living Planet — a unique approach to dealing with illegal gold mining in Mozambique, how Indigenous crabbers in the Pacific Northwest of the US are greening their fishing fleet, and what you need to know from the latest IPCC report on climate change.Bởi DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
"You owe it to yourself to stop overthinking about what could happen and start enjoying what does happen."-Unknown. Getting ready for a visit from my Mom. Excited about my trip to Bend Oregon. Saw The Batman, was pretty good in my opinion. Can't wait to start scuba diving this year! Facts about cinnamon and on this day in history. Also a "did you k…
 
Today on the program, we speak with Fridays for Future activist Luisa Neubauer, who reflects on four years in a movement for climate action. California has a new law targeting food wasters, but it's not without a few hurdles. And why is tropical Costa Rica facing water shortages?Bởi DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
On this inaugural podcast we share three topics: 1. Can a better understanding of human behavior save the planet? The global issues associated with our environmental problems are as big as the planet. But the real issues are in our heads. 2. We need a new story with new heroes — like you. To fix our environmental fix we have to tell better stories.…
 
This week, Living Planet brings you another podcast we think you'll enjoy: Out There. When we move from one place to another, sometimes our standards and perceptions of the environment around us can change. Our baselines shift. In this story of air pollution, one journalist finds that comparing himself to others isn't always helpful.…
 
"If we don't change, we don't grow. If we don't grow, we are not really living. Growth demands a temporary surrender of security." -Gale Sheehy I've really missed talking with you! Sorry it's been a month since my last podcast. No history nuggets today or any visit to the Fact site, just me catching up with yah. I truly appreciate your support. Tha…
 
As the climate heats up, we hear about the dry future predicted for one of Scotland's best known exports. We travel to East Africa, where Somalians — desperate for climate aid — are taking the salt out of seawater to solve worrisome water shortages. We also ask how — indeed, if — clean Bitcoin could fix the currency's carbon footprint, and learn ho…
 
We ask a climate economist if Putin’s war in Ukraine could see the world fast-track a switch to renewables. From the Southern Hemisphere, we hear about the record-breaking "megafloods" devastating Australia's east coast and the twin threat of flooding and rising sea levels engulfing Indonesia. Plus, the Italian farm that wants to save its animals f…
 
This episode is the fifth and last in a series focusing on proven and tested approaches resolving not only our climate and multiple environmental crises, but also the attacks on our democratic institutions and ideals. This is going to be critical if we are to any hope of dealing with the breadth and scope of these of these literally earth-shatterin…
 
Climate change can seem far away from our daily lives. But behind headlines about melting ice sheets, devastating droughts and the collision of wildlife and agriculture are ordinary people. This week we meet the Indian farmers, the Greenlandic sled dog owners and the average South Africans facing mental health struggles who are all living with the …
 
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