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The Traveling Eye host, Ja'Vonne Harley is leading the WHUR World Tour thru New Zealand. From Auckland to Queenstown, see it all thru her eyes and description. Join her as she travels the mountains, rivers and valleys of New Zealand and the shopping, sights and cuisine.
Episode 1 - The Hunting Show, Interview with Clyde Graf about 1080 in New Zealand and how it effects the environment and wildlife
See http://www.thegrafboys.org/ , http://www.1080science.co.nz/ or http://www.tvwild.co.nz/ for more information.
Want to visit Australia, New Zealand, or South Pacific? Not sure where to start? Today we talk about what's hot and trending in Australia, NZ and the South Pacific and give you some insider tips.
New Zealand is known for its pristine lands because of the aggressive measures it takes when it comes to protecting agriculture. In this special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, host, June Stoyer and special guest co-host, Tom Theobald talk to New Zealand's very own John Hartnell a honeybee health advocate who also operates one of the largest exporting businesses that specialize in bee products. Mr. Hartnell will discuss what actions have been taken to protect honeybees as well as the Trees For Bees program, which has been a huge success. Stay tuned! If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes, Youtube or you visit our podcast archives which can be found at www.theorganicview.com. Stay tuned!
EP20 -Interview with Warren Bird, the New Zealand developer of the HECS patented apparel, find out how HECS came to be developed by a Kiwi.
Will HECS work for you? I was not convinced, but after talking to Warren I am going to give it a try!
HECS patented technology works by blocking the human electric signal.
HECS is based on 3 simple scientific principles.
1: All living creatures emit a measurable electrical energy signal.
2: Many animals can detect electrical energy.
3: A conductive screen known as a Faraday cage can block electrical energy.
HECS Stealthscreen is made of conductive carbon fibers uniquely woven to block the human electric signal.
HECS allows hunters, photographers, wildlife researchers and divers to get closer to animals in their natural undisturbed state.
You can see more about HECS at:
Broadcasting live from Christchurch New Zealand, join Caleb Barlow, Luciana Camargo, John Fennell, Drew Clark, Stephen Dill and Erick Brethenoux on a special assignment as part of the Smarter Cities Challenge. The city of Christchurch recently suffered a series of earthquakes which caused massive damage in the central city and some suburban areas along with the death of 185 people. Most of the central city area is unusable as nearly 70% of commercial buildings are scheduled to be demolished. In the next 10 years, an estimated $40 billion will be invested in rebuilding and renewing Christchurch. This team of 6 IBM executives are on the ground in Christchurch working with city leaders, investors, students and innovators to provide recommendations on how to make the city smarter and more effective. The opportunity here is simply amazing – a high quality of life, easy access to the outdoors, a well educated English speaking workforce and a growth in GDP that already rivals China and they are just getting started. In this episode we put the regular IT dialog aside and talk about the incredible opportunity for entrepreneurs, innovators and investors in the coming years in Christchurch as it rebuilds.
To see a video of what we are discussing go to YouTube:
You can also follow our progress on the #smartercities challenge blog:
An overview of the rebuild plan can be found in this video:
Kiritapu Murray, a longtime resident of Christchurch and friend of CoHost Steve McManus, lived through the horrible earthquakes of Sept, 2010 (7.1 magnitude) and Feb, 2011 (6.3 magnitude) . Much of Christchurch was damaged or destroyed and 185 people died. While the events at Fukushima, Japan continue to be covered in the press, New Zealand has all but disappeared from American airwaves. In the time since September of 2010, there has been no respite from continuing earthquakes and aftershocks. Residents of Christchurch have had to adapt to what is an ongoing disaster.
New Zealand is Cruise Planners' Destination of the Month. Listen as native New Zealander gives an inside look to what makes this country so unique and one of the top bucket list destinations.
Undoubtedly, another amazing Episode awaits as we Broadcast LIVE on Friday night with so much in store. First we'll speak with Kristen Wiley about a tainted Rodent shipment that caught the attention of the CDC. Later on I'll chime in with some basic rules for feeding thawed rodents to your reptile collection.
Then from around the globe we welcome Scott Bowman, the National Director for Earthrace conservation New Zealand who'll tell us about some inmportant projects including the critically nedangered Maui's Dolphin and what it's like to fight the seal slaughters of Namibia alongside conservation greats like Pete Bethune and more....
Once again UJR will deliver so make sure you catch us live Friday night at 10pm EST or download and rate the podcaast ASAP!
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“I am not an armchair gardener. For the last forty years of my life I have broken my back, my fingernails and sometimes my heart in the practical pursuit of my favourite occupation”. - Vita Sackville West
Ann Chapman is a celebrated rosarian from New Zealand who is the author of several books on roses including "Women In My Rose Garden". About 20 years ago, she and her husband purchased Trinity Farm that they transformed into the largest organic, no spray rose gardens in New Zealand with over 1500 roses under cultivation.
Many of our best-loved heritage roses are named after women and in Ann Chapman book "The Women In My Rose Garden" she explores the lives and stories behind the evocative names. We may be familiar with Mary Queen of Scots, Amy Robsart and Jeanne d'Arc, but who were Adelaide d'Orléans, Nancy Steen and Nur Mahal? Among the 35 women described here are serene queens, duchesses and aristocrats, courageous heroines and pioneers, as well as the passionate gardeners who contributed much to the cultivation and preservation of the roses named for each one.
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Making up a quick show after technical difficulties happened with my studio on Blog Talk Radio. Will review the Quarterfinal win by the USA against New Zealand in the Women's Olympic Soccer Tournament
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