A richly produced one-hour public radio special about how unlikely allies are coming together to preserve rural culture from rapid residential growth, sustain local economies as recreation developments boom, and protect clean water and open space for future generations. Produced by Two-time Peabody award-winning producer, Catherine Stifter, and award-winning community media maker, jesikah maria ross.
By jesikah maria ross & Catherine Stifter
Understanding the connections between energy, economics, politics and culture. Bread With Circus Radio is a left-leaning socio-political, philosophical talk show that isn't afraid to be smart. Alex strives to tell the truth and talk about important issues that the mainstream media ignores. This program is designed to cut through the filter of the commercial media, and share important news with a smart audience. This is independent media. From Whitehorse, Yukon, this is Bread With Circus Radio.
Welcome to the WB Reel News Podcast - 2008 Academy Awards (R) - your inside look at Warner Bros. movies and DVDs. During each podcast, we'll feature trailers, behind-the-scenes clips and more. Enjoy!
By Warner Home Video
GreenTalk Radio is about sharing simple, easy ways to go green. Our host Sean Daily, CEO and co-founder of GreenLivingIdeas.com, leads our guests in lively and informative podcasts. Covering a range of topics all relating to the environment and living a sustainable lifestyle, our podcasts are full of tips and suggestions you can employ to go green in every area of your life. GreenTalk Radio and GreenLivingIdeas.com’s goal is to help the world go green, one idea at a time.
By Sean Daily
NOAA Ocean Explorer is an educational Internet offering for all who wish to learn about, discover, and virtually explore the ocean realm. It provides public access to current information on a series of NOAA scientific and educational explorations and activities in the marine environment. The site provides a platform to follow explorations in near real-time, learn about exploration technologies, observe remote marine flora and fauna in the colorful multimedia gallery, read about NOAA’s 200-year history of ocean exploration, and discover additional NOAA resources in a virtual library. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Music Store.
Whether you\'re running an application at work, completing a bank transaction, or surfing the web, your computing life is powered by servers and datacenters. These machines, which are often racked together by the hundreds and thousands, are truly the back office of the world. And as you can imagine, they use a lot of energy. But the IT industry is waking up to the opportunities in energy-efficient design. In this podcast, EPA host Andrew Fanara is joined by four datacenter experts to discuss ways that manufacturers and users can save energy with better products.
By ENERGY STAR
”Driving Green, The Highways of the Future.” Investors and consumers can follow host Dawn Van Zant, in the new environmental podcast that will examine new technology, fuels and trends in the green transportation shift. As the transportation sector currently accounts for over one quarter of energy use and as the number of automobiles on the road increases globally, the race is on for new, green and environmental transportation. Topics will cover public and private companies with alternative technology and fuels, research and trends, industry experts, as well as the information resources available to make educated decisions