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Great Speeches And Interviews: Death-Proofing the Cities of the Future, Segment 1

Fri, 02/14/2014 - 00:32
U.S. Coal companies are planning to build export facilities in the Pacific Northwest to ship coal to Asia. But the governors of Washington and Oregon are appealing to the White House to consider the impact on climate change before approving the projects. Amelia Templeton of the public radio collaborative EarthFix talks to Steve Curwood about this situation. Another viewpoint is from local business owners Richard and Tanya Burkholder. They explain why they favor of exporting coal as part of the Voices of Coal project. Source: Living On Earth: Coal Exports Death-Proofing the Cities of the Future Annalee Newitz talked about “death-proofing” a city and converting urban spaces into biological organisms to prevent starvation and environmental destruction due to global climate change. Annalee is interviewed by Greta Brawner of C-Span. Read Annalee's article on How to Death-Proof the Cities of the Future Source: C-Span: Cities of the Future India’s Coal Killing Thousands India is developing rapidly, and much of that growth is fueled by one of the dirtiest energy sources, coal. With even more coal plants planned, a new study shows that pollution from coal-fired power plants is killing up to 115,000 Indians every year. Report editor Ashish Fernades joins Steve Curwood to discuss the state of coal in India. Source: Living On Earth: India’s Coal Killing Thousands Music includes R.E.M. - It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine), Sam Hinton - Old Man Atom, Dave Lippman - Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op, Edward R. Murrow, Terry Gangstad - Dairy Air, Steven Taylor - Go Down Congress, Herbert Hoover, Capitol Steps - Pardon Me George, Matrix(Movie), Linda Tillery & Cultural Heritage Choir - Ballin' the Jack, Dolly Parton - Stairway To Heaven, Michael Jackson - Man In The Mirror, Robin Williams - Lust, Mary McLeod Bethune, Odetta - Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child, Linda Tillery & Cultural Heritage Choir - I'll Fly Away, George Krupa and His Orchestra - Drum Boogie
Categories: International news

Great Speeches And Interviews: Death-Proofing the Cities of the Future, Segment 2

Fri, 02/14/2014 - 00:32
U.S. Coal companies are planning to build export facilities in the Pacific Northwest to ship coal to Asia. But the governors of Washington and Oregon are appealing to the White House to consider the impact on climate change before approving the projects. Amelia Templeton of the public radio collaborative EarthFix talks to Steve Curwood about this situation. Another viewpoint is from local business owners Richard and Tanya Burkholder. They explain why they favor of exporting coal as part of the Voices of Coal project. Source: Living On Earth: Coal Exports Death-Proofing the Cities of the Future Annalee Newitz talked about “death-proofing” a city and converting urban spaces into biological organisms to prevent starvation and environmental destruction due to global climate change. Annalee is interviewed by Greta Brawner of C-Span. Read Annalee's article on How to Death-Proof the Cities of the Future Source: C-Span: Cities of the Future India’s Coal Killing Thousands India is developing rapidly, and much of that growth is fueled by one of the dirtiest energy sources, coal. With even more coal plants planned, a new study shows that pollution from coal-fired power plants is killing up to 115,000 Indians every year. Report editor Ashish Fernades joins Steve Curwood to discuss the state of coal in India. Source: Living On Earth: India’s Coal Killing Thousands Music includes R.E.M. - It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine), Sam Hinton - Old Man Atom, Dave Lippman - Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op, Edward R. Murrow, Terry Gangstad - Dairy Air, Steven Taylor - Go Down Congress, Herbert Hoover, Capitol Steps - Pardon Me George, Matrix(Movie), Linda Tillery & Cultural Heritage Choir - Ballin' the Jack, Dolly Parton - Stairway To Heaven, Michael Jackson - Man In The Mirror, Robin Williams - Lust, Mary McLeod Bethune, Odetta - Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child, Linda Tillery & Cultural Heritage Choir - I'll Fly Away, George Krupa and His Orchestra - Drum Boogie
Categories: International news

Great Speeches And Interviews: Death-Proofing the Cities of the Future, Segment 3

Fri, 02/14/2014 - 00:32
U.S. Coal companies are planning to build export facilities in the Pacific Northwest to ship coal to Asia. But the governors of Washington and Oregon are appealing to the White House to consider the impact on climate change before approving the projects. Amelia Templeton of the public radio collaborative EarthFix talks to Steve Curwood about this situation. Another viewpoint is from local business owners Richard and Tanya Burkholder. They explain why they favor of exporting coal as part of the Voices of Coal project. Source: Living On Earth: Coal Exports Death-Proofing the Cities of the Future Annalee Newitz talked about “death-proofing” a city and converting urban spaces into biological organisms to prevent starvation and environmental destruction due to global climate change. Annalee is interviewed by Greta Brawner of C-Span. Read Annalee's article on How to Death-Proof the Cities of the Future Source: C-Span: Cities of the Future India’s Coal Killing Thousands India is developing rapidly, and much of that growth is fueled by one of the dirtiest energy sources, coal. With even more coal plants planned, a new study shows that pollution from coal-fired power plants is killing up to 115,000 Indians every year. Report editor Ashish Fernades joins Steve Curwood to discuss the state of coal in India. Source: Living On Earth: India’s Coal Killing Thousands Music includes R.E.M. - It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine), Sam Hinton - Old Man Atom, Dave Lippman - Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op, Edward R. Murrow, Terry Gangstad - Dairy Air, Steven Taylor - Go Down Congress, Herbert Hoover, Capitol Steps - Pardon Me George, Matrix(Movie), Linda Tillery & Cultural Heritage Choir - Ballin' the Jack, Dolly Parton - Stairway To Heaven, Michael Jackson - Man In The Mirror, Robin Williams - Lust, Mary McLeod Bethune, Odetta - Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child, Linda Tillery & Cultural Heritage Choir - I'll Fly Away, George Krupa and His Orchestra - Drum Boogie
Categories: International news

Great Speeches And Interviews: Death-Proofing the Cities of the Future, Segment 4

Fri, 02/14/2014 - 00:32
U.S. Coal companies are planning to build export facilities in the Pacific Northwest to ship coal to Asia. But the governors of Washington and Oregon are appealing to the White House to consider the impact on climate change before approving the projects. Amelia Templeton of the public radio collaborative EarthFix talks to Steve Curwood about this situation. Another viewpoint is from local business owners Richard and Tanya Burkholder. They explain why they favor of exporting coal as part of the Voices of Coal project. Source: Living On Earth: Coal Exports Death-Proofing the Cities of the Future Annalee Newitz talked about “death-proofing” a city and converting urban spaces into biological organisms to prevent starvation and environmental destruction due to global climate change. Annalee is interviewed by Greta Brawner of C-Span. Read Annalee's article on How to Death-Proof the Cities of the Future Source: C-Span: Cities of the Future India’s Coal Killing Thousands India is developing rapidly, and much of that growth is fueled by one of the dirtiest energy sources, coal. With even more coal plants planned, a new study shows that pollution from coal-fired power plants is killing up to 115,000 Indians every year. Report editor Ashish Fernades joins Steve Curwood to discuss the state of coal in India. Source: Living On Earth: India’s Coal Killing Thousands Music includes R.E.M. - It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine), Sam Hinton - Old Man Atom, Dave Lippman - Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op, Edward R. Murrow, Terry Gangstad - Dairy Air, Steven Taylor - Go Down Congress, Herbert Hoover, Capitol Steps - Pardon Me George, Matrix(Movie), Linda Tillery & Cultural Heritage Choir - Ballin' the Jack, Dolly Parton - Stairway To Heaven, Michael Jackson - Man In The Mirror, Robin Williams - Lust, Mary McLeod Bethune, Odetta - Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child, Linda Tillery & Cultural Heritage Choir - I'll Fly Away, George Krupa and His Orchestra - Drum Boogie
Categories: International news

Taylor Report: Ukraine on the Grand Chessboard, Segment 1

Thu, 02/13/2014 - 22:43
Rick Rozoff discusses NATO's "Eastern Partnership" program, which targets ex-Soviet countries, including Ukraine, for military and economic integration with the U.S. What is happening in Ukraine is "a phase beyond" the first wave of colour revolutions, and is something qualitatively different.
Categories: International news

Taylor Report: Ukraine on the Grand Chessboard, Segment 1

Thu, 02/13/2014 - 22:43
Rick Rozoff discusses NATO's "Eastern Partnership" program, which targets ex-Soviet countries, including Ukraine, for military and economic integration with the U.S. What is happening in Ukraine is "a phase beyond" the first wave of colour revolutions, and is something qualitatively different.
Categories: International news

RURAL WAR ROOM RADIO: Love Rool Radio Show Pt 1, Segment 1

Thu, 02/13/2014 - 16:09
The first hour of Rural War Room's four-hour weekly radio broadcast 10pm-2am central time from KABF 88.3 FM Little Rock, Arkansas. Full details on the international works of Rural War Room on Facebook, Blogspot, Youtube, Twitter, Soundcloud, Google+, Tumblr, http://www.RuralWarRoom.com
Categories: International news

The True News? 01-07-2014, Segment 1

Wed, 01/08/2014 - 06:53
Categories: International news

The True News? 01-07-2014, Segment 2

Wed, 01/08/2014 - 06:53
Categories: International news

Sea Change Radio: Correcting the Record on the “Cleantech Crash”, Segment 1

Wed, 01/08/2014 - 06:01
If you watched last weekend’s 60 Minutes piece on the so called “Cleantech Crash,” you might have taken a moment to check the channel and make sure you weren’t watching Fox News. The story focuses almost exclusively on failed companies that have received government support with no coverage of clean technology successes, no information on the success/failure ratio of other venture capital investments, and no mention of all the taxpayer money that goes to support traditional, polluting energy technology. Instead the venture is depicted as an unmitigated fiasco and an embarrassing folly on the part of President Obama. This most recent episode of the popular CBS news show has been widely criticized as having a Fox News-y flavor. It’s not entirely surprising when you consider that the current president of CBS News, David Rhodes, spent about 15 years at Fox News. Host Alex Wise‘s guests today on Sea Change Radio are Joe Romm of Climate Progress and formerly of the US Dept. of Energy, and Katie Fehrenbacher a senior writer at GigaOM. Each of them wrote a response to the 60 Minutes show, and today they offer their takes on how the news giant got it wrong, from interviewing the wrong people, to providing no actual data, to pulling out that old, rusty lightning-rod, Solyndra.
Categories: International news

Toppers: 'Toppers: The Year in Review, Segment 1

Wed, 01/08/2014 - 03:01
All the hits you loved in 2013 make their reappearance on this week's 'Toppers-- all the Armenian instrumental swing, all the early 20th Century versions of "Dixie," all the Joe Meek artists you couldn't get enough of on the music television.
Categories: International news

TUC Radio: Tom Greco: THE END OF MONEY AND THE FUTURE OF CIVILIZATION, Segment 1

Wed, 01/08/2014 - 02:02
Tom Greco demystifies money and banking and explains the destructive power of the current financial system. He says that our dreams of a sane, just and ecologically sound future can become reality only if we change the way in which money is created and used. THIS IS NOT A DOUBLE PROGRAM BUT ONE self contained 29 minute program)
Categories: International news

TUC Radio: Tom Greco: THE END OF MONEY AND THE FUTURE OF CIVILIZATION, Segment 2

Wed, 01/08/2014 - 02:02
Tom Greco demystifies money and banking and explains the destructive power of the current financial system. He says that our dreams of a sane, just and ecologically sound future can become reality only if we change the way in which money is created and used. THIS IS NOT A DOUBLE PROGRAM BUT ONE self contained 29 minute program)
Categories: International news

Kaputt X Radio: # 274 Absurdities of Global Money, Segment 1

Wed, 01/08/2014 - 00:56
Absurd demonisation of Bankers and other conspiracies versus better understanding of the collective responsibility and the facts
Categories: International news

Tucker Booth Needs A Job!: TuckerBooth Needs A Job! #59, Segment 1

Wed, 01/08/2014 - 00:33
great interview with So'nSo
Categories: International news

This Week In Palestine: Israel's Credibility; Mohammed Hmidat of PARC, Segment 1

Tue, 01/07/2014 - 23:41
First we discuss the gradual collapse of Israel's credibility worldwide. When Israel makes a "peace" deal, it evaporates instantly for the excuse of the moment. Israel's settlement incursions continue and continue, never mind solemn deals, never mind justice. Because of its antics, international players have finally begun demonstrating unwillingness to believe, or rely on, Israeli leaders' proclamations or promises. (Unhappily, those antics are defended by our very own wily "leaders" in the US government and supported by US taxpayers.) Mohammed Hmidat is quality control coordinator for the Palestinian Agricultural Relief Committee (PARC). PARC was set up by Palestinian farmers to provide rural development, environmental protection, women's empowerment, and marketing and shipping support for exporting farmers' output. This includes olive oil, which is widely considered the best in the world. Hmidat explains PARC's programs and recounts the Israeli barriers faced by Palestinian farmers who sell internationally. These include checkpoints, delays, height limits, inspections, duplicate certifications and licensure, border hassles, etc., all of which wind up costing a lot of extra money that would be saved in just conditions. But ultimately they are getting their products out.
Categories: International news