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  • 01:02

    Interview With Jim Holm Of The Clean Oceans Project

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    Their mission: To eliminate plastic pollution through research education and direct action.
    The Clean Oceans Project (TCOP) is a 501c3 marine environmental non-profit organization in Santa Cruz, California with a vision of an ocean free of plastic pollution. Our scientific response to plastic accumulation in the oceans locates plastic debris concentrations, removes it from the environment with minimal impact and processes it into fuel to run the operation. TCOP programs begin with education and training to create efficient and effective teams for future expeditions to document and remove plastic from remote environments.
    Jim “Captain Homer” Holm has over 30 years in the maritime trades on various configurations of sail and motor craft including private luxury yachts, sport fishing vessels, grand prix racing sailboats, marine research vessels, square-rigged training ships and fast rescue boats.
     He has crossed the Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean and Caribbean Seas, transited the Panama Canal and voyaged between California, Hawaii and Pacific islands including French Polynesia, Fiji, Vanuatu, Australia, New Zealand and the Marshall Islands.
    His management experience includes developing and operating acclaimed marine environmental educational programs for clients including O’Neill International and Monterey Bay Aquarium as well as building and managing rental housing in California and Arkansas and conducting successful fundraisers for Autism in Santa Cruz, Ca.
    As Director of “The Clean Oceans Project” Homer assembled the technology and techniques to locate and harvest plastic debris from the marine environment and recycle it into fuel to power the operation.
    Homer has been involved in watersports since youth and is an active surfer, paddler, sailor and diver and has emergency medical training.

  • 00:31

    Demonstrate To Educate: The SWFlCleanWaterMovement

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    Environmental activism on social media , without a doubt, works! But not unless the same energy and commitment to awareness,  education and speaking to power is transferred to the general population by public demonstrations will these environmental messages be heard . Today we have the pleasure and honor of speaking with John G. Heim - SWFLCleanWaterMovement based in Ft.Myers Beach , Florida.  John has been an avid environmental activist for most of his life ; John's dedication and level of energy displayed in the fight for clean water in Florida is phenomenal.
    John Heim went to Congress in 2015 to talk about the devastating effects on the environment by the Lake Okeechobee discharges . John was also recognized in 2014 by the United States Great American River Association as a River Champion.  He is an Economic Tourism Activist with the Michael DeCarlo Foundation ~ an arts summer camp for children , called The River Kids, this program teaches young people to care for their environment and health of their rivers. John's mantra is Demonstrate to Educate.  Actively working for clean water as a basic human right is something John Heim has been working on since he was nineteen years old when he met his mentor and wonderful lifetime friend, Jo Finney; together they formed the SWFLCleanWaterMovement.

  • 01:29

    A Poverty Mind-State.

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    If you think your in poverty, you will react with a poverty mindstate.

  • 01:16

    Jimmy Betts - Life Artist

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    The only radicals out there are those who believe these myriad human movements can be kept separated. ‎Intersectionality is ‎Reality. Life Artist Jimmy Betts is one such radical, living in greater simplicity and fighting for ecological justice on a planetary scale. He also teaches and learns self- and community-resiliency practices including action mobilization and confronting injustices of all forms.
    Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes Jimmy to the show Tuesday, Feb. 10 at 11 am Eastern Time. We will talk about the many climate movements taking place across the world and Jimmy's support for several of them last year, now and into 2015. We will also discuss his dedication to living passionately.
    For more informatoin or to contact Jimmy to to his Facebook, Twitter or  blog . Please follow @Talkupy_Radio on Twitter and visit the show web site at Talkupy.net

  • 02:01

    Dr Simon Atkins~ "The Next 1 Year Out: Opportunities & Threats"

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    Join us as our special guest Dr Simon Atkins covers  "The Next 1 Year Out: Opportunities & Threats" 

  • 01:01

    Replay of David Gibson Interview by Itself

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    WWR will play our extended interview with the Chief Officer of Mountaineering Council of Scotland (MCofS) — David Gibson. MCofS recently published a manifesto establishing their position regarding onshore wind farms… http://www.mcofs.org.uk/lps.asp The British Mountaineering Council is also backing the MCofS manifesto. Combined, the two organizations represent almost 100,000 individual members.

  • 00:54

    compartiendo en radio

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    Hoy a la 100 pm , hora pacifico, azulvital radio estara transmitiendo en vivo, para todos sus seguidores y amigos

  • 01:00

    Unlearn Your Pain

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    Our guest today – Howard Schubiner - works with a Mind Body Medicine Center where the focus is on helping people overcome chronic pain as well as anxiety, fatigue and depression. Most people don't realize that cutting edge neuroscience has demonstrated that learned nerve pathways that can be “unlearned” primarily cause these conditions. His book, Unlearn Your Pain, contains the science behind these concepts as well as a 4-week program to retrain the brain for healing. Howard also recently contributed a chapter to the StandardAlternative Medicine Textbookthis year.  Howard Schubiner is the MD Director at the Mind Body Medicine Center, Providence Hospital, Southfield,  and the MI Clinical Professor at the Wayne State University School of Medicine Pager  -- Find today’s guest at:www.unlearnyourpain.com … and the hosts at: www.Brummet.ca

  • 01:01

    Forks Over Knives, Overpopulation & The Clean Cuisine Diet

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    Join us for another lifechanging show! First Dave interviews senior staff reporter Andy Revkin from The New York Times about world overpopulation, a critical topic that many people seem reluctant to address. Revkin is the lead blogger for The New York Times' environmental blog Dot Earth. Then Dave speaks with Lee Fulkerson, the writer/director of Forks Over Knives, the new documentary everyone in our circles seems to be talking about. Forks Over Knives clarifies the undeniable relationship between nutrition and health, and shows the tremendous potential of abandoning the traditional Western diet for plant-based whole foods. From the film: "Diet is so much more important than anybody ever thought." "To me, the answer [to America's unnecessary health crises] is so simple it's criminal: it's people starting to take responsibility for their health and eating more plant-based foods." On a similar topic, Dave interviews Ivy and Dr. Andy Larson, co-authors of The Gold Coast Cure: the 5-Week Health and Body Makeover, A Lifestyle Plan to Shed Pounds, Gain Health and Reverse 10 Diseases. Ivy Larson has multiple sclerosis and has treated it effectively by eating foods that reduce inflammation. Ivy and her husband Andy share with Dave about their Clean Cuisine Diet.
    For more information, visit www.nytimes.com, www.forksoverknives.com, www.cleancuisineandmore.com, www.barleans.com, www.healthylivingmag.com, and www.greenpatriotradio.com.
    Thank you, as always to musicians John Lee Hooker, Jr., Lukas Nelson, and Phillip Boone for allowing us to play their tunes on our show.

  • 00:31

    Save Energy, Save Green

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    Mike Baruch Tucson Electric Power’s Residential Energy Efficiency Program Manager
    Being energy conscious year-round creates efficiency that can help you to lower your electric bill. It just makes sense: The more you reduce your energy use by using energy efficiently, the more you can make a difference that you can see on your monthly bill — and for our environment. Do you suspect your duct-work may be leaky? Have you considered having a qualified mechanical contractor test your home for duct leakage? And if so, did you know that TEP offers customers incentives of up to $450 for duct sealing available through select contractors participating in TEP's Efficient Home Program? Join us to find out about this program and a myriad of other energy saving tips, programs and available rebates that can help you become a more responsible and money savvy home owner.  This show made possible due to the generous support of Tucson Electric Power.

  • 00:29

    Your health is not about Luck

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    Sam Wolf, Founder and Chief Wellness Spreader
    Sam Wolf is the Founder and Chief Wellness Spreader at LuckyVitamin, a family operated branded global e-commerce destination for affordable natural health and wellness products. Sam takes pride in spreading wellness by leading the LuckyVitamin team as they work to provide customers with the best natural products, health information, outstanding service and shopping experience supporting their wellness journeys. Sam graduated from American University Kogod School of Business with a B.S. in Business Administration, Management Information Systems, and e-Commerce. Sam comes from three generations of family dedicated to helping people lead healthy lives. It started in a pharmacy, transformed into a dynamic health foods store, and then exploded into an online movement. Sam is an avid runner and technology enthusiast who enjoys traveling, cooking healthy food, and exploring the outdoors.
     

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