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Caption: A microphone on the dashboard of my car., Credit: Matt Croydon
It takes a lot of people and a lot of time to put together an episode of 99 Percent Invisible. A lot of the stuff they do can be scaled down to a o...

  • Added: Aug 18, 2015
  • Length: 06:13
Caption: Image of the Encina Power Station, future site of the Carlsbad Project, a 6 acre desalination plant--the largest in the United States. , Credit: Courtesy of Poseidon Water
A San Diego County Water Authority project to construct a 6-acre desalination plant, the largest of its kind in the United States, comes at a time ...

  • Added: Aug 17, 2015
  • Length: 05:20
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The global water crisis and the prospects for future water resources is forcing adjustments for how we measure its use, how it is valued, and how (...

  • Added: Jul 21, 2015
  • Length: 05:22
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The global water crisis and the prospects for future water resources is forcing adjustments for how we measure the water that is used, how it is va...

  • Added: Jun 22, 2015
  • Length: 05:09
Caption: The PEMcast, Credit: Chip Van Dyke
Are you a maker?

  • Added: Jun 05, 2015
  • Length: 31:08
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In this episode of World Ocean Radio host Peter Neill continues discussion of the global water crisis. This week he talks about water audits conduc...

  • Added: Mar 16, 2015
  • Length: 05:31
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In this episode of World Ocean Radio host Peter Neill will discuss the shift away from oil dominance and will attribute it to a number of factors, ...

  • Added: Feb 12, 2015
  • Length: 05:37
Caption: Boats cluster together in a Moroccan port., Credit: Mike Markovina | Marine Photobank
As the world population has grown, the demand for food has increased, technologies for more efficient harvest have evolved, and our natural systems...

  • Added: Dec 29, 2014
  • Length: 05:46
Caption: Remember the toxic red sludge chemical disaster, 2010, in Hungary? This photo shows a reservoir containing red mud of an alumina factory near Ajka, Hungary, 2006., Credit: EPA | Sandor H. Szabo
Toxic chemicals released into watersheds and waterways remain a persistent problem despite the sounding of alarms, which for decades have railed ag...

  • Added: Dec 15, 2014
  • Length: 05:27
Caption: Climate Cartoons by Joel Pett, Credit: Joel Pett
At a recent conference and planning workshop sponsored by the Climate Change Institute at the University of Maine, participants took part in a clim...

  • Added: Dec 09, 2014
  • Length: 05:27
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The ethical challenge for Facebook has been to re-create the ethics of community where there are real consequences for using information in a destr...

  • Added: Nov 28, 2014
  • Length: 04:57
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In this episode of World Ocean Radio, host Peter Neill will argue that the energy industry has transformed the American landscape and cannot be tru...

  • Added: Nov 11, 2014
  • Length: 05:18
Caption: DANCE music you can LISTEN to.
The best of what's new in Electronica, Deep House, Indie Dance/Nu Disco, Drum & Bass, House, Tech House, and Techno. Plus, Mongo Speaks!

Bought by WOUB


  • Added: Nov 02, 2014
  • Length: 01:00:00
  • Purchases: 1
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The distribution of fresh water to meet growth and increased demand has historically relied on massive planning structures. The impacts of climate ...

  • Added: Oct 27, 2014
  • Length: 05:22
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Clean air is as valuable as clean water: both are essential requirements for human health and survival. Statistics and data on emissions from burni...

  • Added: Sep 22, 2014
  • Length: 05:10
Caption: Port Royal, Jamaica. A city which succumbed to the sea after a quake and tsunami in 1692. , Credit: bohemianwords.wordpress.com via GreenBuzz.com
In this episode of World Ocean Radio, host Peter Neill will discuss the various cycles and circles on the planet that orchestrate every aspect of o...

Bought by WFIU


  • Added: Sep 01, 2014
  • Length: 05:19
  • Purchases: 1
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In this episode of World Ocean Radio, host Peter Neill uses lyrics composed by a 20th century musical legend to reflect upon the challenges we face...

  • Added: Aug 25, 2014
  • Length: 04:39
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This week marks two major milestones for World Ocean Radio. First, this episode is the 300th audio broadcast since World Ocean Radio first aired in...

  • Added: Aug 04, 2014
  • Length: 05:10
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Christina Brown, AKA The Northern Cheapskate, presents an essay talking about cheap gas prices.

  • Added: Jul 31, 2014
  • Length: 02:33
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In Part 3 of a multi-part series on the final report released by the Global Ocean Commission, From Decline to Recovery, A Rescue Package for the Gl...

  • Added: Jul 21, 2014
  • Length: 05:39
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In Part 2 of a multi-part series on the final report released by the Global Ocean Commission, World Ocean Radio host Peter Neill explains the first...

  • Added: Jul 16, 2014
  • Length: 05:36
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Today on our show, four stories of people who tried to see themselves clearly

Bought by Spokane Public Radio


  • Added: Jun 27, 2014
  • Length: 58:53
  • Purchases: 1
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In this episode of World Ocean Radio host Peter Neill will discuss how pervasive plastics have become by describing microbeads, particulates found ...

  • Added: Jun 23, 2014
  • Length: 05:12
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In this episode of World Ocean Radio, host Peter Neill describes what a transformed Arctic might look like, and suggests that we should be encourag...

  • Added: Jun 16, 2014
  • Length: 05:27
Caption: A single drop of seawater, magnified 25 times, teems with life., Credit: David Liittschwager | National Geographic
What do we see in a single drop of ocean water? A recent image captured by David Liittschwager for National Geographic reveals an impressive abunda...

  • Added: Jun 09, 2014
  • Length: 04:14