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Wednesday, July 23, 6pm EDT: Continuing an ongoing theme of A Better World Radio regarding establishing an economy based on renewableenergy sources and thereby significantly reducing our carbon footprint, Mitchell's guest this evening is Stanford Professor, co-creator of TheSolutions Project, Mark Jacobson. . Mark is Director of the Atmosphere/Energy Program and Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University. He is also a Senior Fellow of the Woods Institute for the Environment and Senior Fellow of the Precourt Institute for Energy. He received the 2005 American Meteorological Society Henry G. Houghton Award for ?significant contributionsto modeling aerosol chemistry and to understanding the role of soot and other carbon particles on climate,? the 2013 American Geophysical Union Ascent Award for ?his dominating rolein the development of models to identify the role of black carbon in climate change,? and the Global Green Policy Design Award for the "design of analysis and policy framework to envision a future powered by renewable energy." He co-authored a 2009 cover article in Scientific American on how to power the world with renewable energy, served on the Energy Efficiencyand Renewables Advisory Committee to the U.S. Secretary of Energy, and recently appeared on the David Letterman Show. Purchase Mark's Books Mitchell interviewed Mark some weeks ago from the hinterlands of East Texas where cell signals were weak so the interview was difficult to hear. They are re-doing the interview for the audience tonight. You can Listen on-line at www.abetterworld.tv Or listen by phone! 602 753-1860
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Wednesday, July 16, 6pm EDT: To further understand higher brain development and its role in creating a higher-level of maturity in human beings, Mitchell's guest tonight is Dr. Michael Cotton, who, with more than thirty years as a leading... more

Wednesday, July 9, 6pm EDT: To continue the series on the Environment, Mitchell has invited back Professor Frederick vom Saal. Frederick was given the Heinz award in fall of 2010. He is a biologist at the University of Missouri at... more

Wednesday, July 2, 6pm EDT: Taking a larger look at our times today, to come to a broader understanding of the energies moving through our Cosmos, Mitchell has invited back to A Better World his colleague and good friend, Monty Taylor,... more

Wednesday, June 25, 6pm EDT: This evening's radio show will be a call-in show with host of A Better World Radio, Mitchell Jay Rabin. It's about opening up consciousness to what we sense may be its next evolutionary stage, a shift to... more

Wednesday June 18, 6pm EDT: Continuing an ongoing theme of A Better World Radio regarding establishing an economy based on renewable energy sources and thereby significantly reducing our carbon footprint, Mitchell's guest this... more

Wednesday, June 11, 6pm EDT: Abuse of all sorts is rampant in numerous communities across our country & world. Emotional, verbal, physical & sexual abuse all go largely unreported because of the stigma, embarrassment &... more

Wednesday, June 4, 6pm EDT: Tonight's show will be an opportunity for you, the listener, to ‘weigh in' on the subjects A Better World Radio has been addressing over the last period of time or to raise new topics you feel are worthy... more

Wednesday, May 28, 6pm EDT: Continuing on with the theme of ?Life After Life? with a primary carrier of this idea over the past several decades, Mitchell will sit down with the world-renowned physician & author Dr. Raymond Moody. In... more

Wednesday, May 21, 6pm EDT: One of the important themes of A Better World is clarity around the subjects of birth, life and death, recognizing these as portals, gateways to multi-dimensional experience. In each dimension, we ask of... more
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