The Crossing-Zone is a Christian Podcast, geared towards teenagers, yet still very entertaining to the older generation as well. It is designed to bring you into a closer relationship with God and help you get past all the cars and to the other side of the crossing-zone, with Jesus. Please listen and enjoy, then help spread the word to your friends.
Talking the Walk is a series of podcasts for Shakespeare Country that take you to the heart of some of England's loveliest historic towns. They are made to complement the Heritage Walk maps - not as traditional audio guides to get you from A to B - but to add colour to the history and life of the place. You don't even need to do the walk to enjoy it!
By Jane Markham
Morrison Planetarium is thrilled to bring you a personal tour of the night sky as seen from the northern hemisphere. Your host is Jerry Kay of EarthNews Radio and the tour guide is Bing Quock of the Morrison Planetarium at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco.
Green Options, where you can find the knowledge, guidance, and community you need to start greening your life. Sustainable lifestyle information and guidance with news, reviews, articles, how-to, recipes, diy-projects, and interviews.
New York, NY 3-day Forecast from The Weather Channel...Updated every morning by 5:30am ET, The forecast from The Weather Channel for the New York, NY metro area.
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The National Weather summary from The Weather Channel covers the general weather and forecast across the U.S. updated 4 times each day. The Weather Channel Podcasts brings you the forecasts and weather information you need while you are on the go, every day. Look for all the Podcasts from The Weather Channel.
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Special Edition Radio Show on Bhopal Chemical Disaster 21 Year Anniversary - Available for local noncommercial broadcast The Bhopal Chemical Disaster: 21 years after the biggest industrial disaster the world has ever known, the fight for justice still rages. This week Corporate Watchdog Radio commemorates the worst industrial disaster in history: a preventable catastrophe whose human and environmental costs are still mounting 21 years laterÅ a monumental failure of corporate responsibility for which the company has still not appeared for its criminal trialÅ and a tragedy whose lessons have still not been learned by the chemical industryâ€¹leaving the US and the rest of the world at risk, as Bhopal, India was in December 1984. The Bhopal Chemical Disaster: its victims, its heroes, and its warning, this week on Corporate Watchdog Radio. Corporate Watchdog Radio, a new half-hour radio broadcast and podcast delivers breaking news, analysis, and commentary on corporate ethics and power. CWRÂ¹s hosts and co-producers are nationally-respected environmental and business ethics attorney Sanford Lewis, and journalist Bill Baue of SocialFunds.com. In the current show, host Sanford Lewis interviews some of the crucial voices in the fight for justice in Bhopal against Dow Chemical (the owner of the former Union Carbide plant): Sathyu Sarangi, director of the Sambvhvana Clinic in Bhopal, who describes the health crises of Bhopal survivors and their children, and the remarkable international struggle of Bhopali women to call Dow Chemical to account; Diane Wilson, author of the celebrated new autobiography, An Unreasonable Woman. A poor Texas fisherwoman who became a crusader against the chemical companies polluting the Gulf Coast waters of her livelihood, Diane is hot on the trail of Warren Anderson, the man at the helm of Union Carbide when its Bhopal plant exploded. Anderson is a fugitive from Indian criminal courts. Corporate Watchdog Radio interviews Diane from the road; Jayanthi Reddy, a University of Michigan student leader who wants Dow Chemicalâ€¹headquartered in Michiganâ€¹to clean up its act; Rick Hind, director of Toxics Programs for Greenpeace, and a world authority on how easy it would be for a Bhopal-scale disaster to occur in the US, either by accident, negligence, or terrorist intent; Lois Gibbs, the former Buffalo housewife who brought the toxic outrage of Love Canal to national attention; This edition of Corporate Watchdog Radio is available beginning November 28th. It is licensed for non-commercial broadcast and available for commercial licensing. Broadcast quality feeds, internet archive, related videos and resource links are available via: http://corporatewatchdogmedia.org Free podcast available through http://podcast.corporatewatchdogmedia.org or through the iTunes music store. Also sign up for the program update listserve through email@example.com For information: Producer Sanford Lewis 413 549-7333
The reason for this education program is to engage the larger community on a level that responds to urgent requests for businesses to develop deeper, more responsible practices. Recognizing that â€˜old-fashionedâ€™ capitalism likely accounts for accentuating problems of environmental degradation requires re-imagining how environmental stewardship and business can be perceived as not mutually exclusive. Hemp & Company is searching for equilibrium between profit and responsibility by asking, if the profit motive has been instrumental in harming the environment, can it be used to restore the environment? Education for sustainability, from both a business and an environmental health perspective, is seen as a link that resolves perceived tension between conflicting ideas.
Are you interested in environmental issues? Listen to The Green Majority, Canada's first and only all-environmental newshour, for an in-depth weekly review of the nation's environmental happenings. Tune into the broadcast or podcast every Friday for environmental headlines, news features and analysis, or visit the website at www.greenmajority.ca. The show is produced by a dedicated cast of volunteers on Toronto's own CIUT 89.5FM.
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