posts tagged climate-change

6/9/17 // Ep 9 // Fake News and ‘Wonder Woman’

This week, we welcome back contributors Ester Steinberg and Matt Ruby to discuss the ongoing issue of so-called “Fake News”. Also, Charles Hinshaw returns to discuss the new movie, Wonder Woman,… | listen

6/8/17 // Molly Knefel // United States Climate Alliance

Molly Knefel -- one half of the sibling host team of the longrunning progressive politics podcast, Radio Dispatch -- offers her take on the recently formed United States Climate Alliance. This… | watch

6/5/17 // Trump withdraws from Paris Climate Accord

John’s in the studio to talk about the broader implications of Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris climate accord, plus red-baiting in Brooklyn schools, and listener mail. People's Climate… | listen

6/3/17 // Has Donald Trump Doomed The World?

After pulling out of the Paris Climate Agreement, Trump is very pleased with himself. No one else is. | read

6/2/17 // John Cook on Paris Agreement Withdrawal

John Cook returns to discuss the impact of the United States' withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement. | listen

6/2/17 // JAMJAM Fridays on Portland

It’s JAMJAM Friday and Jesse Myerson is here to talk about Portland, white people standing up for people of color, and the upcoming the British election. Also, Morning John on the Paris climate… | listen

5/17/17 // Listener Guest Extravaganza!

Reuben Safire is back to discuss the South Korea elections as well as living with a chronic illness under Trump, and Laura Eyring is here to discuss the intersections of veganism and climate change.… | listen

5/9/17 // John Cook on Fighting Misinformation

John Cook joins the show to discuss his recent study regarding misinformation about climate change, the trouble with giving equal weight to contrarian views, and the importance of educating about misleading argumentation. | listen

4/11/17 // Peter Frase on Four Futures

Peter Frase joins us to discuss his book Four Futures: Life After Capitalism, and listener mail. Photo credit: Twitter (@pefrase) | listen

3/21/17 // Jan Null on El Niño

Jan Null joins the show to discuss El Niño, common misconceptions about the weather phenomenon, and how it's one of many factors in global warming and cooling. | listen

3/15/17 // There's a Major Maple Syrup Shortage


3/14/17 // Jonathon Keats

Jonathon Keats was stated as being a "poet of ideas" by The New Yorker and a "multimedia philosopher-prophet" by The Atlantic. Jonathon Keats is an artist, writer and experimental philosopher based… | listen

3/2/17 // Jeffrey Sachs, Part II

During the second half of our conversation, Jeffrey Sachs discusses his recent opinion piece for the Boston Globe, concerns surrounding Donald Trump, and his faith in millennials. | listen

3/1/17 // Jeffrey Sachs

Renowned economist Jeffrey Sachs joins the show to discuss sustainable development, the current division in our politics, and the problem with our country's lack of forward planning. | listen

3/1/17 // Bees Are Dying and Our Food Is Fucked

Researchers are mapping the disappearance of bees in America, and it ain't pretty. | read

2/10/17 // Thinking About Mass Extinction

Extinction isn't just for dinosaurs anymore--according to scientists, the Earth is undergoing its sixth mass extinction, which could spell trouble for the planet. | read

2/9/17 // Anthony Barnosky

Welcome back to Third Eye Weekly. On this podcast we try and answer the big questions with intimate, personal narratives that give insight into the human experience that others might over-look. For… | listen

1/17/17 // Antonia Juhasz on Tillerson and Exxon

Antonia Juhasz on Tillerson and Exxon, DOJ looks at Comey, and listener mail | listen

12/21/16 // Trump, Energy, Security

What Trump's energy policy means for global security, and listener mail. | listen

12/12/16 // Global Warming

Brooke's style in this episode could be described as "depressed stream of consciousness." The reality of global warming has been setting in since she first saw AI: Artificial Intelligence, and just… | watch

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