Radio Ecoshock weekly 1 hour 14MB mp3 program featuring the latest science, authors and issues - from climate change, oceans, forests, pollution, Peak Oil, the economy, and peace.
Radio Ecoshock: Global Warming Acceleration! – Hansen & Sato
2020 will be the hottest year ever recorded AND the rate of global warming accelerated. On December 14, 2020 Dr. James Hansen, former NASA Goddard Space Institute Director, released a new post called “Global Warming Acceleration”. This explanation for the rapid burst of …
Radio Ecoshock: Climate: The Fatal Fork In The Road
The fork in the road: deadly Hothouse Earth, OR a human “stabilized” planet. My 2018 interview with Professor Will Steffen about where the planet is going. Then we search for tipping points leading the climate to hot-house Earth. Top Swedish scientist Johan Rockstrom …
Radio Ecoshock: Climate Collapse & The Plastic Plague
Professor Will Steffen speaks for hundreds of scientists and experts with a warning: global warming may drive societies to collapse. Carroll Muffett from the Center for International Environmental Law explains plastics and climate change. Big oil and gas plan to flood the world …
Radio Ecoshock: The Arctic Heat Emergency Goes Global And That’s Bad News
In 2020, the Arctic was hotter than ever. That changes weather and climate around the world. We investigate breaking news and science with our friendly Canadian scientist Paul Beckwith. Paul taught climate science at the University of Ottawa and he is now the …
Radio Ecoshock: Solving the Climate Emergency Despite COVID-19
Australian author Tim Flannery with his new book “The Climate Cure: Solving the Climate Emergency in the Era of COVID-19”. Tim is author of the international bestseller “The Weather Makers”. Then from EcoRadio KC Kansas City, guest host Brent Ragsdale interviews scientist/engineer Ye …
Radio Ecoshock: Big Storms Rolling In
Record-smashing hurricanes and typhoons landed all over the world this month. During a pandemic. The untold story of the new mega-storms, ugly possibilities, and new science. Guest: scientist Pinaki Chakraborty from Okinawa Japan.