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Welcome to Sound Pollution! Listen in as independent musicians share their inspirations, songwriting processes, and upcoming projects/shows. Sound Pollution is your home for open conversations, awesome music, and maybe even a little advice from trailblazers in the field.
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The podcast on plastic, people, and the planet by @anjakrieger. Plastics have become the basis for our modern lives, but they also pollute the planet. Will we be able to develop a healthy relationship with these materials we’ve created? Follow Anja on a journey into the world of synthetic polymers, their impacts on nature and ourselves, and the global quest to tackle plastic pollution. Each episode explores the issue from a different angle, featuring a diverse set of voices and viewpoints.
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Join the Conversation on Light Pollution! Learn all about the issues surrounding light pollution, including everything from technical innovations to cultural resonance to ecological impacts to crime. Each month, Bill McGeeney keeps you up to date on the all the news around light pollution from the US and beyond!
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Hey guys welcome back to another fun episode of Sound Pollution. This week we get to catch up with our friend Josh of Starer (and other really cool groups) to see what 2024 holds for him. We will be discussing ESMA, his most recent trip to Egypt, music compilations, songwriting, shows, recording, and more then a few laughs. This is a longer episode…
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The penultimate session to negotiate the global plastics treaty ended just a few days ago in Ottawa, Canada. One of the journalists attending was Stephen Leahy, a science and environmental journalist who’s reported on climate and other issues for the past 30 years. Steve has written for dozens of publications including National Geographic, the Guar…
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What did you think of this Episode? Text Us! Host Bill McGeeney is joined by Shane Ludtke of the Actual Astronomy Podcast, Jeff Buler of the Aeroecology Lab at the University of Delaware, and Matthias Schmitt of Cedar Breaks National Monument. See Full Show Notes, Lighting Tips and more at LightPollutionNews.com. Like this episode, share it with a …
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It's Monday, April 29, 2024, and the INC4, the fourth round of negotiations for the plastics treaty, is in the final hours. Negotiators of countries from around the world are sitting in conference rooms in Ottawa, Canada, debating how to end plastic pollution. Around them, the presence of the fossil and chemical industries has grown significantly. …
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Round Rock Ric FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/roundrock.ric INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/ricroundrock/ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5GDN APPLE: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/round-rock-ric The Lizzard Kings FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thelizzardkings/ SPOTIFY: https://o…
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In this episode we focus on one of the biggest countries in Asia - India. India just passed its Plastic Overshoot day on April 23. India is the world's third largest contributor to plastic waste after China and the United States – but it also has a huge population, 1.4 billion people. So per capita, Indians produce only small amounts of plastic was…
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A few weeks ago Sound Pollution lost a good friend of the show, a talented songwriter, and gifted singer, Eric Worley. We have struggled with how to tastfuly announce this news and pay tribute to a good friend. After some diliberation we decided to give the family some time to grieve privatly then re-release his origional interview with the show. T…
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In March 2024, negotiators and experts came together in Bellagio, Italy, for an exclusive meeting to discuss an essential topic: Plastic money. And we’re not talking about credit cards here, but the actual money we people around the world are paying for the production of plastics through our governments’ subsidies. Ronald Steenblik was the one who …
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Hey Ya'll, Sound Pollution Back again. This week we are coming at you with a very fun update from The Z-Man Experience. We are going to discuss his plans for the upcoming 2024 year, new music, songwriting, super heros, the stories behind a few songs, a bunch of laughs, and of course a touch of advice. We love having the Z-Man on the show, so do us …
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Welcome back to Sound Pollution, Raynelle has been playing catch up since getting covid at the end of 2023, so unfortunatly this is our first Music Only Episode of 2024. We will be dropping these monthly till the end of 2024. We here at Sound Pollution have been juggling allot with family, the show, life changes, and our own music. We really hope y…
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What did you think of this Episode? Text Us! Host Bill McGeeney is joined by Isa Mohammed of the Caribbean Institute of Astronomy, Frank Turina of the Night Sky Resource Center, and the Director of Dark Sky International's Engagement, Bettymaya Foott. See Full Show Notes, Lighting Tips and more at LightPollutionNews.com. Like this episode, share it…
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Welcome back to another fun filled episode of Sound Pollution. This week we got to catch up with some old friend of the show, The Lizzard kings. Hang out with us as we find out what all they have been up to since our last interview in 2021 Episode 29 We are going to discuss songwriting, working as a team, old guitars, new gigs, the stories behind 2…
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What happened at the INC-3 in Kenya? Recap 3/3.“If a credible majority of states can come together and adopt global rules to prevent plastic pollution, they can also do the similar things on climate change, on biological diversity, and indeed also other issues of environmental and global concern,” Magnus Løvold says. He was present as an observer a…
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What happened at the INC-2 in France? Recap 2/3.The negotiations for the global plastics treaty are haunted by major issues that have long stalled progress on other problems as well, like climate change and biodiversity loss. To understand what’s happening, Anja teamed up with Magnus Løvold, an expert in diplomacy and international law. Magnus was …
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Welcome back to another episode of Sound Pollution. Uncle Brent is back with us all this week and we get to touch base with him and His buddy Round Rock Ric. Ric is going to be discussing the 3rd South by Sam Bass in Texas, including but not limited to, the line-up and Meals on Wheels donation. He will also talk about what its like working with Unc…
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What happened at the INC-1 in Uruguay? Recap 1/3. This year, 2024, is the crucial year for the plastics treaty negotiations. If you haven’t heard about them, the United Nations are working on an international, legally binding agreement to end plastic pollution. It’s been called the most important environmental deal since the Paris climate accord. M…
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What did you think of this Episode? Text Us! Host Bill McGeeney is joined by storyteller Mary Stewart Adams, author of the new book - All Along the Night, Dani Robertson, and dark sky consultant, John Barentine. See Full Show Notes, Lighting Tips and more at LightPollutionNews.com. Like this episode, share it with a friend! Please be sure to check …
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You’ve probably heard of bioplastics, these new kinds of plastics that are marketed as environmentally friendly. If you’ve been following this show, you might know the episode from 2019 in which Anja tried to better understand this group of materials and the confusion around it. If you haven't listened, here it is: https://soundcloud.com/plastisphe…
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- A heads-up for all international listeners: This the first-ever episode in German. If you don't speak the language, don't despair. The next episode in English is already in the works! -This episode features an in-depth panel in German language on solutions to plastic pollution with experts in ecotoxicology, the reuse economy and politics, includi…
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What did you think of this Episode? Text Us! 'Why It's So Bright at Night' is a periodic episode of Light Pollution News, where host Bill McGeeney sits down and chats to understand the positions of people who advocate for light. The show's intent is to spur conversation and understanding, helping all of us work together to a common unified goal of …
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Welcome back to the Sound Pollution Podcast. Raynelle is interviewing solo again, as Brent is still not feeling well. In this interview we get to touch base with our good friend Brooks Of York and discuss his plans for the 2024 year. Brooks and Raynelle will be discussing writer's block, new albums, collaborations, the stories behind three awesome …
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Welcome back in 2024! We are so happy you are back listening to the Sound Pollution podcast. This is our first interview of the year and Raynelle is riding solo for this episode, but don't worry your Uncle Brent will be back with us soon. This week we touch base with Justin Grobbel who originally interviewed with us way back in episode 54 (https://…
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What did you think of this Episode? Text Us! Host Bill McGeeney is joined by freelance writer, Lauren Collee, astronomer, Tim Brothers, and film maker, Tara Roberts Zabriski. See Full Show Notes, Lighting Tips and more at LightPollutionNews.com. Like this episode, share it with a friend! Bill's Picks: It’s autumn everywhere except under this street…
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What did you think of this Episode? Text Us! Host Bill McGeeney is joined by AstroBackyard's Ashley Northcotte, lighting designer and founder of Dark Source, Kerem Asfuroglu, and educator and advocate, Diane Turnshek. See Full Show Notes, Lighting Tips and more at LightPollutionNews.com. Like this episode, share it with a friend! Bill's Picks: God’…
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What did you think of this Episode? Text Us! Happy Holidays from Light Pollution News! Here's a special gift episode as a thank you for your continued support in 2023! In this special mini-episode, host Bill McGeeney shares seven articles left out of the normal month to month cycle! Stay tuned to for a post-show wrap up montage! See Full Show Notes…
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Happy Holidays, welcome to the last episode of 2023. We couldn't think of a better way to spend it then by hanging out with our buddies Brooks of York, and Artimus Wolz. We are going to discuss Brooks upcoming album, set to released on Jan 1st, (pre-save it here https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/brooksofyork) Artimus Wolz will discuss the new editi…
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Welcome back to the podcast we are happy you are here. We know we have been on the quiet side lately, that's because we are old, tired, and it's the end of a busy year. But we are back for you this week catching up with our friend Darksoft and learning all about his second album of the year, Grayscale. We will be discussing what it was like working…
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Hey Listeners, welcome back to the Sound Pollution Podcast. We know we have been MIA for a min due to illness, the holidays, and family stuff, etc. We hope you understand. This episode is the music episode for October and November . Also we go full music nerd and share our top 5 albums with you. Look, we wanted to give you content. What's your top …
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What did you think of this Episode? Text Us! Last Episode of 2023! Host Bill McGeeney is joined by 2023 Dark Sky Int'l Rising Star Award Recipient, Bonnie Peng, photographer of the new book, Spirits Dancing, Travis Novitsky, and Dark Skies Initiative Coordinator for the McDonald Observatory, Stephen Hummel. See Full Show Notes, Lighting Tips and mo…
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Welcome again to Plastisphere, the podcast on plastics, people, the planet – and politics! Today, the INC-3, the third round of negotiations towards a global plastic treaty, will wrap up in Nairobi – and Anja received a timely message from one of the attending journalists: Julien Gupta is a freelance journalist from Germany working on climate and t…
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For a long time, we treated disposable plastic and waste as if there was an “away” – a place, where we could safely dispose of our trash. But as we all know, nothing disappears just magically. Each year, the world produces over two billion tons of waste, and hundreds of millions tons of that are plastic. There is no away, and all this stuff goes so…
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Hello wonderful listeners. This week Brent took over the show so Raynelle could take some much-needed time to take care of herself before she ended up on an episode of Snapped. Your Uncle Brent did an amazing job and Raynelle was really grateful. He got to touch base with the amazingly talented and sweet Deb Morrison. They discussed navigating life…
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Today, you’ll hear a message from Andrés Del Castillo in the #PlasticsTreaty Shorts series. Andrés is a Senior Attorney from Columbia working with CIEL, the Center for International Environmental Law in Switzerland (https://www.ciel.org/). CIEL is a non-governmental organization that has long pointed out the broader implications of plastic pollutio…
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We have exceeded six of the nine planetary boundaries. In her message to Plastisphere, Bethany Carney Almroth from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden tells us about one of them - the planetary boundary of novel entities which include plastics and chemicals. The only planetary boundary we have been able to move away from is the ozone depletion i…
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Similar to how food products contain a list of ingredients, we need to know which chemicals plastic products contain. This is not an easy task, but it would be a huge step if producers lifted the secret around the chemicals they use. Right now we are blindly dealing with a cocktail of chemicals we don’t really understand. Scientists have to reverse…
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Recycling is often seen as a golden standard for minimizing plastic pollution. And while recycling definitely does play a role in the future, it should not be the first priority. Kristian Syberg, an associate professor at Roskilde University in Denmark working on the circular economy, and the environmental impact of plastics, tells us why.Read the …
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Hey everyone, thanks for stopping by . In this episode we got to catch up with our friend Josh of Starer. Again, because our last interview did not record. We will be discussing his recent album, new music, Tidballs and proposals, picks and strings, being in multiple bands, ESMA, vocal chains and so much more. Make sure you show Starer some love by…
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The global plastics treaty is currently being drafted by the global community - an international legally binding instrument on plastic pollution, including in the marine environment. One of the experts attending the meetings is Christina Dixon from the Environmental Investigation Agency. The EIA is an NGO which has campaigned against environmental …
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Hello and thank you for joining us on another episode of Sound Pollution. Raynelle is feeling a little under the weather and Brent bought a new guitar. This week we get to share our interview with the talented Adam Spry, a multi - instrumentalist (though he wont admit to it) from San Francisco. We discuss, mental health a bit, songwriting, sad but …
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What did you think of this Episode? Text Us! This month, host Bill McGeeney is joined by Ben Chappell, of the Narrowband Channel, Matthias Schmitt, Cedar Breaks National Monument Night Sky Program Manager, and environmental educator / blogger, Frank Turina. See Full Show Notes at LightPollutionNews.com. While Las Vegas inaugurates its Sphere, Londo…
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It's another episode of the Sound Pollution podcast. This week we are interviewing the award-winning Corduroy Brown. Hang out with us as we discuss death and rushing towards life, songwriting, cowriting, and covers, Easter egg's and the new album. Of course there are three badass tracks as well. We really enjoyed this interview. If you did too, ple…
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Minorarc WEBSITE: https://www.minorarc.net/ BANDCAMP: https://minorarc.bandcamp.com/ SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6qH SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/minorarc YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gm FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/minorarcmusic INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/minorarcmusic/ Darkstereo can be found here: h…
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What did you think of this Episode? Text Us! This month, host Bill McGeeney is joined by Ziz Knight, cofounder of the newly formed, Dark Skies Los Angeles, and Drew Evans, of the Flagstaff Dark Skies Coalition / Astrophotographer. See Full Show Notes at LightPollutionNews.com. Perma-noon: On Light Pollution and the Way We Talk About the Natural Wor…
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It's another episode of Sound Pollution, and we are so happy you came back for more. First we are gonna catch up with your Uncle Brent and his beautiful family after he was away for vacation. Then we interviewed an Americana musician you may know from tiktok, Fernando Silverio Solis. We are going to hang out, share some laughs and some music, discu…
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Welcome back to another fun episode of the Sound Pollution podcast. We want to wish Uncle Brent and his family a safe trip while they are away enjoying some down time. This week Raynelle is interviewing The Dead Moon Hung, a progressive metal band featuring a familire voice of the show. The Dead Moon Hung releases their sing 6, today and you get to…
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Welcome back to the show, Brent and I catch up and talk before his well deserved vacation. Then we are touching base with our buddy Ivan of Minorarc. Ivan will tell us about his recent move to a new city, Darkstereo, Minorarc, his new album (go buy it now, link in description) New Music, Songwriting, A.I. & album covers. Its always a pleasure to ha…
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What did you think of this Episode? Text Us! This month, host Bill McGeeney is joined by Frank Turina, an astrophotographer, night sky advocate, and environmental educator with more than 15 years of working with the United States National Park Service Night Skies Program. You can learn more about his examinations of the ecological and cultural effe…
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The Z-Man Experience WEBSITE: www.thezmanexperience.com SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5BN YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/@thezmanexperience APPLE: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/the-z-man-experience INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/thezmanexperience FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/thezmanexperience TIKTOK: www.tiktok.com/thezmanexperience Wi…
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Hey Ya'll its another fabulous episode of Sound Pollution. Hang out with Uncle Brent and Raynelle as we discuss how it went with kiddos going back to school. Then we got the pleasure of interviewing Marcy Grace. We will be discussing San Antonio, Camaro's, Songwriting, high water bills, working with Grammy Winners, advice, and some cool tracks. Mak…
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Welcome back to the Sound Pollution podcast, we hope you enjoyed the two "Best Of" episodes we put out last week and are ready for some new content today! This week we have an Interview with 3 of the members of Wide Waters, one voice you will remember from Episode 151. Hang out with Justin, Sam, and Dave (AKA Brooks) as we discuss mini pedal boards…
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