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Moir’s Environmental Dialogues

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Join environmental studies scientist Dr. Rob Moir for lively dialogue and revealing narrative inquiry into how individuals are overcoming the obstacles turning forlorn hope into effective actions for oceans, rivers, watersheds, wildlife and ecosystems. Discover how listening to individuals, thinking locally, and acting in concert with other, you can act to save ecosystems.

Join environmental studies scientist Dr. Rob Moir for lively dialogue and revealing narrative inquiry into how individuals are overcoming the obstacles turning forlorn hope into effective actions for oceans, rivers, watersheds, wildlife and ecosystems. Discover how listening to individuals, thinking locally, and acting in concert with other, you can act to save ecosystems.
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Somerville, MA

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VoiceAmerica

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Join environmental studies scientist Dr. Rob Moir for lively dialogue and revealing narrative inquiry into how individuals are overcoming the obstacles turning forlorn hope into effective actions for oceans, rivers, watersheds, wildlife and ecosystems. Discover how listening to individuals, thinking locally, and acting in concert with other, you can act to save ecosystems.

Language:

English

Contact:

12 Eliot Street Cambridge, MA 02138 617-661-6647


Episodes

Wildlife of the Loxahatchee Refuge

3/16/2017
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Home of the endangered Everglades Snail Kite, Wood Storks, Mottled Duck, White-tailed Deer, Bobcat, Peninsula Cooter and Florida Softshell, the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge has a great diversity of wildlife dwelling in five different habitats.

Duration: 00:55:23


Encore: Child Honoring, an All Inclusive Culture of Respect for People, Wildlife and Environments

12/24/2016
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In 1979 Raffi was kissed by a beluga whale. In that gentle gesture Raffi knew that for people to save wildlife or cleanup degraded environments there must be love for the other.

Duration: 00:56:10


Encore: A Shark Sanctuary in the Straits of Florida

2/4/2016
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Rob Moir’s guests are Noa Randall and Ryan Czekanski-Moir of the Ocean River Institute. They talk about proposing sanctuary

Duration: 00:56:09


Encore: Marty Baum

1/28/2016
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Marty Baum is the Indian Riverkeeper. Marty is deeply connected to Florida's coastal with family ties back to 1866. The estimated annual economic value of the Indian River Lagoon is $3,725,900,000.

Duration: 00:55:41


Encore: Protecting Indian River Lagoon with Leesa Souto, Ph.D.

1/21/2016
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Leesa Souto talks with Rob from the shores of Indian River Lagoon. When at the University of Central Florida, Leesa surveyed lawn care practices and the advantages, including cost savings, of fertilizing one’s lawn once a year, early in the Spring with a slow release nitrogen fertilizer.

Duration: 00:55:49


Encore: Capt Nan Beaver in the Wilds of Indian River Lagoon, Florida

1/14/2016
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Today Rob Moir is back, hosting Captain Nancy Beaver of Sunshine Wildlife Tours and his intern Noa Randall

Duration: 00:52:13


Encore: Global Ocean in Crisis, Deep Descents in Troubled Ecosystems

1/7/2016
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Alanna Mitchell will take us on a dive 3,000 feet into a far Tortuga sinkhole where no one has gone before to discover new life forms, new chemical compounds, and new insights into how it all comes together on the ocean planet.

Duration: 00:56:07


Encore: Lake Baikal Troubles and Solutions in the Sacred Sea

12/31/2015
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Tales of Russia’s Sacred Sea, Lake Baikal are told by Peter Thomson, Environment Editor at the public radio program The World.

Duration: 00:58:44


Encore: The Great Penguin Rescue Saving a Species from Extinction

12/17/2015
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Dyan DeNapoli, author of the newly released book The Great Penguin Rescue, tells the remarkable story of the largest and most successful wildlife rescue ever mounted.

Duration: 00:56:34


Encore: Ocean Literacy with the Banana Slug String Band and Craig Strang

12/10/2015
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The ocean has its stories to tell – as anyone who has ridden its waves or walked its shores knows. The stories are as simple as beauty and as complex as… well, say, watershed ecosystems or estuary ecology.

Duration: 00:58:07


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