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US should shift military funds to climate change fixes says POTUS

Pacific Radio

On a recent campaign stop in Exeter, New Hampshire, Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard greeted nearly everyone with a handshake and

5/22/2019

Report: Safety Failures Led to Largest Methane Leak in U.S. History

KQED

Report: Safety Failures Led to Largest Methane Leak in U.S. History An independent report looking into the root cause of the largest-known

5/20/2019

A conversation with Tim DeChristopher from Bidder70.org

Sustainable1000

Enjoy a delightful conversation with Utah's activist Tim DeChristopher and Shane Snipes. About DeChristopher from Huffington Report >>> "The

>> "The epic fight to ward off global warming and transform the energy system that is at the core of our planet's economy takes many forms: huge global days of action, giant international conferences like the one that just failed in Copenhagen, small gestures in the homes of countless people. But there are a few signal moments, and one comes next month, when the federal government puts Tim DeChristopher on trial in Salt Lake City. Tim -- "Bidder 70" -- pulled off one of the most creative protests against our runaway energy policy in years: he bid for the oil and gas leases on several parcels of federal land even though he had no money to pay for them, thus upending the auction. The government calls that "violating the Federal Onshore Oil and Gas Leasing Reform Act" and thinks he should spend ten years in jail for the crime; we call it a noble act, a profound gesture made on behalf of all of us and of the future. Tim's action drew national attention to the fact that the Bush Administration spent its dying days in office handing out a last round of favors to the oil and gas industry. After investigating irregularities in the auction, the Obama Administration took many of the leases off the table, with Interior Secretary Ken Salazar criticizing the process as "a headlong rush." And yet that same Administration is choosing to prosecute the young man who blew the whistle on this corrupt process." >>> Email us show ideas or interview requests to info@sustainable1000.com, Tweet us at @vannShane, IM on GTalk @ vannShane or call-in your questions or comments to (347)996-3601. Sustainable 1000 radio is part of the eco road trip started by Shane Snipes to explore 1000 stories across 48 states in 250 days. Stop by Sustainable1000.com for videos and more chats with regular folks who are making the world a little better in their communities.'>
5/17/2019

Is Thwaites Glacier doomed? Scientists race against time to find out.

Pacific Radio

Peter Sheehan, an oceanographer on the Nathaniel B. Palmer, was one of the first people on Earth to get this view of Thwaites Glacier — the part

5/13/2019

Thu 9 May - Are the Government s environment policies enough?

Australian Broadcast Company

The Prime Minister defends his response to the UN's extinction crisis report, pointing to recent laws banning cosmetic testing on animals; and

5/9/2019

The meatless Whopper’s ‘Impossible’ goal: To save the planet

Pacific Radio

The Whopper is an icon of American culture. But the Whopper is getting a complete overhaul — and when we say complete, we literally mean

5/8/2019

Wed 8 May - Third leaders debate set for tonight

Australian Broadcast Company

The third and final leaders debate before the election will be held tonight in Canberra, and may be crucial in nailing down undecided voters;

5/7/2019

Victory to block the Keystone XL pipeline

Sierra Club

This week on Sierra Club Radio:Lena Moffitt of the Sierra Club's Dirty Fuels Campaign on the recent victory to block the Keystone XL

5/5/2019

Grand Rapids Goes Green and Miami Under Water

Sierra Club

This week on Sierra Club Radio:George Heartwell, the mayor of Grand Rapids, on that city's commitment for 100% clean energy.Elizabeth Kolbert on

5/5/2019

Body Cam Video of Police Shooting Unarmed Stephen Clark Released

KQED

Video Shows Sacramento Police Shooting Unarmed Black Man in Grandparents’ Backyard Police officials have released body cam, chopper and

3/22/2018

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Bill Nye is mentally ill suffering from a chronic case of "climate anxiety"

Climate

Bill Nye is mentally ill suffering from a chronic case of "climate anxiety"

Migration to the north: climate change puts plankton on the move

Climate

Migration to the north: climate change puts plankton on the move

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock Faces An Uphill Battle With Climate Hawks

Climate

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock Faces An Uphill Battle With Climate Hawks

Migration to the north: climate change puts plankton on the move

Climate

Migration to the north: climate change puts plankton on the move

DEMAND AN INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN PAID FOR BY THE RICH AND CORPORATIONS

Climate

DEMAND AN INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN PAID FOR BY THE RICH AND CORPORATIONS

Poll: Most Arizona voters acknowledge climate change and are &apos

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Poll: Most Arizona voters acknowledge climate change and are &apos