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: 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.
Radio Ecoshock: Pella Thiel: The Collapse of Meaning
Oxford scientist Michael Clark: emissions from current food production alone will push us over the climate cliff. It is new science, but there is something we can do. But we know climate change is just part of our planet-wrecking. For the really big …
Radio Ecoshock: Ultimate Threat: Climate Vs. Terawatts of Solar
With political turmoil and a raging pandemic, why talk about climate change? Aside extreme weather popping up all over the world, Professor James Renwick says climate change is THE big threat for all humanity. As an organizer of the upcoming Intergovernmental Report on …
Radio Ecoshock: Tim Garrett: The Physics of Clouds & Collapse (replay)
A full length interview with Professor Tim Garrett, University of Utah. Clouds, Arctic pollution, & climate change. Energy, wealth & collapse. The life-cycle of civilizations and the electricity of brains. A wide-ranging interview, a classic big picture show, as we await election results …
Radio Ecoshock: Climate, Pandemic and Human Extinction
Did pandemic lockdowns and the move to online life at least help us cut our climate-killing emissions? From Beijing, new science led by our guest Dr. Zhu Liu provides unexpected answers. Then Canadian scientist Megan K. Young explains extreme rains and floods are …