Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Popular in Environment

  • 00:28

    The Talk

    in Environment

    General Public - Opinions, Topics, anything really

  • 00:30

    Vibe 101

    in Environment

    Todays topic Illuminati  big big big discussion

  • 00:28

    Dr. Michael Hutchins (Executive Dir./CEO, Wildlife Society)

    in Environment

    The Wildlife Society’s Executive Director/CEO since 2005, Michael Hutchins, is currently an adjunct associate professor at the University of Maryland's Graduate Program in Sustainable Development and Conservation Biology and an affiliate professor at George Mason University’s Department of Environmental Science and Policy. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Washington, Seattle, in 1984, where he studied the behavioral ecology of free ranging, introduced population of Rocky Mountain goats in Olympic National Park. In addition, he taught courses in animal behavior at the University of Washington and, during the 1980’s, became Coordinator of Research at the New York Zoological Park. He served as Director/William Conway Chair of Conservation and Science for the American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums for 15 years.
    Michael has traveled to six continents and 35 countries pursuing his interests in wildlife management and conservation, given numerous presentations, and published nearly 250 books and articles on related topics, many peer reviewed. During his time at TWS, he has presided over unprecedented growth in the organization, going from 7,400-and-dropping in 2005 to nearly 11,000 members today.
    (http://www.wildlife.org)

  • 00:14

    Indoor Air Quality 101

    in Environment

    Allergies and Asthma is the top leading chronic disease amoung children and adults.  Studies have suggested that many of the triggers that causes episodes to occur are usually direction from indoor environmental issues.  Triggers that can cause an attack can range from household dust, pet dander, pollen ETS (Environmental Tobacco Smoke), mold spores to household cleaning chemicals, carpet, paint and sprays.
    Preventive care is one the most single methods to reduce and/or eliminate the triggers that causes these attack.  President Obama, the EPA, HUD, HHS and other agencies have formed a President's Task Force on Environmental Health Risks and Safety Risk to Children.  Together these agencies will work on a national and local scales that address preventive factors that causes asthma and allergies.
    As a local owned and operated company, our goal is to educate, assess and impliment solutions to the marketplace about how to effectively and holistically improve human health by simply improving indoor air quality.
    Understand that no two indoor environments are the same, so certain measures must be taken to insure the effectiveness of the outcome.  Working with residence owner and business owners, we can properly create a comprehensive guideline that fits your environment.
    Help us to help others, it's the only way.

  • 00:20

    How is life today for you?

    in Environment

    This is a discussion about the issues we face in  modern society today. We will look at how governments influence how we live in the UK.

  • 00:14

    Occupy Frankfurt

    in Environment

     
    Hitler's legacy may have a more positive effect now more than we can imagine, why? The police clear the way for occupy Frankfurt! Occupy Frankfurt. May 19, 2012. The German police took off their helmets and marched with the protest clearing the way for them. Very cool!!

  • 00:13

    Sprint Radio

    in Environment

    The J.E. Interview, Episode 1,
    Joe Euteneuer CFO Sprint Corporation, formerly, Quest ( Century Link ) & XM Satelite Radio.
    When I 1st met J.E., I thought he looked like Arnold Schwartzenegger's Twin Brother minus the HGH.
    Sprint Radio will explore countless Sprint Initiatives, Sprint Marketing Partners, Sprint Products & then some,  creating awareness thru the Diverse Sprint Universe.
    Presented & Created by:      Derrick Luther 

  • 00:29

    Part II of My thoughts on the Rootworks plan

    in Environment

    Part two of my thoughts on the Root River Plan Called Root Works.
    Still a bit puzzled why this is not being shouted to the skys or talked about in Racine's Newspaper. 

  • 00:26

    hit list

    in Environment

    a show of pop r&b talkshow rap taking requests playing songs and chatting with callers maybe a few contests

  • 00:30

    THE BLOCK IS HOT!!! HOW WILL CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT THE HOOD?

    in Environment

                           WHY ARE THE BLOCKS SO HOT?         WHAT IS AN ENVIRONMENTALLY JUST CLIMATE                                   CHANGE PLAN?   Cities are already feeling the heat, and praying for rain!  But what about the hood?  Join in on this "HOT" topic, that is relevant to the sustainability of communities of color.   Show topics include: Climate change plans of segregated cities (Chicago, Cleveland, St.Louis, Milwaukee, Detroit) How to evaluate your energy footprint..."Does segregation increase greenhouse gas emissions?" Being climate smart in your urban garden. Protect your crops! Tune in for the green tip of the week with your host Kellen Gillespie Director of Research at Eden Place Nature Center, and host of Living Healthy, Living Green on WVON the last Saturday of every month streaming live at www.africandiasporatoday.com.
                                  FOLLOW.SHARE.TWEET.

  • 00:14

    What's the New Buzz!

    in Environment

    Listen to the fun adventures from the hosts of Kids Bee Kind.  Today's show we'll give an update on our bee habitats and what's buzzing for the summer.