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  • 01:00

    Biodiversity in the Balkans

    in Food

    The Balkan Peninsula is one of the richest in Biodiversity on the Planet. This program will feature an interview with Slow Food Kyustendil Chapter Leader Casey Angelova. Anelova farms in Bulgaria with her husband, and reports on a recent joint meeting between leaders in the Bulgarian and Macedonian Slow Food communities, academics and food producers to help preserve this unique bio-region and the delicious heirloom food products that are the life blood of their rural economies. We will also introduce the ESSEDRA project, an inspiring internationa cooperation between eight Balkan countries to preserve their unique shared gastronomic heritage. Make sure to check out the Real Food Empire Blog for more details and links to the projects presented in this program. http://realfoodempire.blogspot.com/

  • 00:29

    Musicians For Biodiversity on From the Top with DrCal

    in Environment

    From the Top ithe decade on Biodiversity is the official radio station for MFB. Today's show will reflect on where MFB has done and where the organization is headed. DrCal, will take time to share the vision and present the target issues that affects all of us. MFB is more than Musicians sharing music in support. The message on doing what you can where you are is for everyone. The show will be live and there will be music from a couple of MFB supporters. The United Nations, Program Officer David Ainsworth, has stated MFB as a key Partner, Join us today at 4PMEST, feel free to call in


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  • 00:58

    Biodiversity in the Balkans: Macedonia

    in Food

    Emilija Nedelkovska, project coordinator for Slow Food Macedonia joins the program to talk about Macedonia's participation in ESSEDRA. ESSEDRA is a joint venture with all the nations of the Balkans working together to preserve cultural, culinary and ecological biodiversity. Macedonia will be one of the featured participants in the upcoming Slow Food Chesse Festival in Bra Italy. Nedelkovska talks about the many aspects that Slow Food Macedonia is working on to protect and preserve the beautiful food traditions in this Balkan nation.

  • 00:51

    Nick Davidson of Ramsar presents biodiversity lecture

    in Education

    Nick Davidson, Deputy Secretary General of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, presented "Natural Solutions for Our Water Security" as part of Stetson's Edward and Bonnie Foreman Biodiversity Lecture Series.

  • 00:55

    Sow and Dipity with Shelley Levis: All The Buzz About Bees (March 29, 2015)

    in Gardening

    Are we bringing home plants from the garden centre’s that are actually harming the bee’s? As we become more aware of our gardening practices, we know that pesticide use is bad and that biodiversity is good in our home gardens. People are incorporating more bee attracting plants rich with nectar and pollen into their gardens, providing bee homes and even starting hives of their own. But those insecticide treated plants we are buying may very well be the death of our friendly pollinators. In todays show we will discuss the issue behind Neonicotinoids and what we can do to make our gardens a safe haven for bee’s

  • 00:30

    Jennifer Browning from "Biodiversity Project"

    in Environment

     
    Jennifer Browning is the executive director for the Biodiversity Project. She is the featured guest on this episode . She has 15 years experience in the field of environmental education and communication. She will speak to us about her dedication and passion for protecting the environment. This episode also features music from the very talented Saskia Laroo, Known  as the" Lady Miles of Europe". Saskia is one of the supporters of the Musicians for Biodiversity.      

  • 00:51

    Update on Biodiversity in the Balkans

    in Food

    Slow Food Chapter Leader Casey Angelova gives us an update on ESSEDRA, the Environmentally Sustainable and Socioeconomic Development in Rural Area project in the Balkans. The recent meeting in Sofia Bulgaria was the next chapter in this exciting initiative, bringing together Balkan Nations to help preserve their cuisines, ecosystems, and culinary heritage. For more information go to www.ESSEDRA.com.

  • 01:01

    Wild Horse & Burro Radio with Guest: Erik Molvar of WildEarth Guardians

    in Current Events

    Tonight's radio show will be hosted by Debbie Coffey, V.P. & Dir. of Wild Horse Affairs, Wild Horse Freedom Federation


    Our guest tonight is Erik Molvar, M.S., Sagebrush Sea Campaign Director for WildEarth Guardians.


    Erik Molvar joined WildEarth Guardians in 2013 as their Sagebrush Sea Campaign Director.  He received a M. Sc. in Wildlife Management at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, where he authored a number of scientific studies on the evolutionary biology, population dynamics, and ecology of Alaskan moose.


    Erik spent 13 years as Wildlife Biologist and later Executive Director for Biodiversity Conservation Alliance in Wyoming, where he specialized in sage grouse conservation and oil and gas issues.  He served four years on the Laramie City Council, where he moved a national resolution on hydraulic fracking through the National League of Cities.


    Key objectives of the Sagebrush Sea Campaign are to retire livestock grazing from millions of acres and offer ranchers an equitable exit strategy and to secure federal legislation that authorizes voluntary and permanent grazing permit retirement.

  • 01:26

    Max Bliss - The Great Climate Hoax

    in Education

    Tonight my special guest is Mr. Max Bliss.


    Max is an independent researcher and activist and a very prominent voice in the climate change and geoengineering debate.


    His activism to stop geoengineering is non-stop and he is well known amongst the elite’s climate circles as someone they must contend with.


    My discussion with Max was wide ranging and extremely insightful. His knowledge of the true history of the motives and desires behind weather control is very impressive along with his courage to address the leading geoengineering scientists in their own backyard.


    Max's website: http://the-real-institute.com/

  • 00:25

    SFI and the Southeast

    in Environment

    SFI and the Southeast US has had an interesting interaction. Join us as Southeast Green interviews Jason Metnick, Senior Vice President, Customer Affairs, Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI Inc.)


    Jason has a third-party forest certification system in North America. The SFI® standard, one of the largest sustainable forestry certification programs in the world, is based on principles and measures that promote sustainability including measures to protect for water quality, biodiversity, wildlife habitat, species at risk and forests of exceptional conservation value.


    As Senior Vice President, Jason works directly with companies in the wood, paper and packaging supply chain including forest landowners, manufacturers, merchants, wholesalers, converters, printers and end users to promote the SFI program and provide market access to SFI certified organizations. Jason also oversees the Office of Label Use and Licensing. The SFI® Office of Label Use and Licensing encompasses over 280 companies, universities, conservation groups and state agencies that represent over 250 million acres (more than 100 million hectares) of forestland across North America. The Office of Label Use and Licensing administers the rules and procedures for SFI on-product label usage.


     

  • 01:02

    Doug Tallamy: Creating Biodiversity By Bringing Nature Home

    in Environment

    Biodiversity is something that clearly affects all species. Everything is connected to each other regardless of whether or not it is on a large or small scale. Sometimes the way we garden can actually improve our landscape and at times, can be disastrous. Such is the case with the introduction of invasive species such as Kudzu, Purple loosestrife, etc. Nevertheless, there are choices we can make that can positively impact our landscape according to the plants we select and what we introduce into the landscape. Our choices not only affect our view of the land but can also impact animals, insects and microorganisms that are dependent upon the role of such plants. In essence, human beings have the power to sustain life or destroy it because of these choices. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer will speak to Dr. Douglas Tallamy about his magnificent book, Bringing Nature Home which explores the impact of our choices and what we can do to sustain wildlife in our own back yard!

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