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Luonto-Suomen jääilta

Etelä- ja Keski-Suomessa jäät ovat monin paikoin vielä arvaamattomia ja kestäviä jäitä saadaan vielä odotella. Minkälaisia tuntomerkkejä heikko jää antaa retkeilijälle ja miltä se voi näyttää? Meren j

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EP 66: Here's What Actually Happened at Lobby Day This Week

In Episode 66 of District of Conservation, Gabriella briefed listeners on her observations from the annual Lobby Day held in Richmond, VA - Virginia's state capital - this past Monday. She debunked mi

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Dr. BAYO AKOMOLAFE on Slowing Down in Urgent Times /155

Our hearts and minds are set to work by the urgent eco-social crises of this time. We are invited by this week’s guest, Dr. Bayo Akomolafe, to pause and abandon solutionism, step back from the project

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President Trump, Climate Change And 1 Trillion Trees

NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Janet Ranganathan of the World Resources Institute about the Trillion Trees initiative which President Trump said the U.S. would contribute to at Davos.



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Vom Leben der Natur (22.01.2020)

Alte Getreidesorten 3

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Bison Winter at Yellowstone

Even the chief of all animals must struggle to survive the winter. For information regarding your data privacy, visit

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Bedazzled by Energy Efficiency

Most minded folks agree that our shopping habits need to be significantly curbed for the good of the planet. And many often turn to the virtues of efficiency as one answer – on t

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278: I have an environmental dream

Here are the notes I read from for this episode, along with the text of the speech:You might know I gave a series of talks at NYU that preceded this podcastOne of their themes was parallels between th


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Vom Leben der Natur (21.01.2020)

Alte Getreidesorten 2

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Champion Deep Divers

They can dive continuously to depths of up to one mile! For information regarding your data privacy, visit

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Revisiting Conspiring with Plants

To help celebrate the end of a brutal coldsnap here on the Canadian prairies, this week's episode features an archive that is all about green and growing things! We'll hear Terra Informer Amanda Roone

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NASA Taps Team To Improve Forecasting

NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Lynn McMurdie, a University of Washington professor and principal investigator for IMPACTS, NASA's new project to more accurately predict snowstorms.


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Vom Leben der Natur (20.01.2020)

Alte Getreidesorten 1

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Bullies on the Beach

What's 16 feet long, weighs up to two tons and monopolizes the sands of Ano Nuevo every year? For information regarding your data privacy, visit

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Uitzending van 19 januari 2020

Radioprogramma over natuur, milieu, klimaat en duurzaamheid. Presentatie: Menno Bentveld.

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277: The joys and challenges if leaving addiction

Here are the notes I read from for this episode:I recently recorded conversations with Dr. Joel Fuhrman, Eat to LiveRewatched The End of Dieting and a part captured meAbout stopping a habit, the stage



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