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This Earth Day, enjoy our collection of stories and interviews covering the latest in environmental activism, sustainable innovation, and more.

This Earth Day, enjoy our collection of stories and interviews covering the latest in environmental activism, sustainable innovation, and more.
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This Earth Day, enjoy our collection of stories and interviews covering the latest in environmental activism, sustainable innovation, and more.

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English


Episodes

Climate Change Vs. Brains

4/19/2016
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Humans might just not be cut out for handling the problem of climate change. (Hidden Brain, NPR)

Duration: 01:00:00


The GMO Label Debate

4/19/2016
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Would mandatory GMO-labeling be a victory for transparency, or for fear-mongering? (Environment Report)

Duration: 00:15:00


The Perilous Price of American Energy

4/19/2016
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Are Americans willing to risk the planet for the sake of energy independence? (Reveal, PRX)

Duration: 01:00:00


Big Warnings on Rising Seas

4/19/2016
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The latest research into rising sea levels paints the most dire picture yet. (On Point, WBUR)

Duration: 01:00:00


The Rhino Hunter

4/19/2016
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Here's an idea: could hunting an endangered species be the best way to save it? (RadioLab, WNYC)

Duration: 01:00:00


When Did Humans Start Shaping Earth's Fate?

4/18/2016
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A working group within the International Union of Geological Scientists wants to formally establish a human era, or "Anthropocence," to enshrine humanity's influence on the earth, similar to the dinosaurs. (Morning Edition, NPR)

Duration: 00:05:00


Climate Confessions

4/18/2016
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Host Ira Flatow forgives listeners their climate sins in this call-in segment. (Science Friday)

Duration: 00:25:00


Another Day, Another Asteroid

4/18/2016
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When an asteroid the size of two football stadiums gets within a million miles of Earth, it might be cause for worry. Paul Chodas from the Near-Earth Object Program explains. (All Things Considered, NPR)

Duration: 00:05:00