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90-second science and environmental Podcast reports produced by Media Interchange and broadcast nationally on Sirius Satellite Radio and CBS Radio and on the Environmental News Network ( and
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DATE: Fri, 07 May 2010
SIZE: 38.5 MB
Gulf Oil Spill (video)

On April 22, 2010 the Transocean Deepwater Horizon drilling rig sank 130 miles southeast of New Orleans. On this Thank You Ocean Report, you will learn how you can find current information on the spill and how you can help. (Photo credit: U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Justin E. Stumberg/Released) | [...]

DATE: Thu, 12 Mar 2009
SIZE: 49.3 MB
New California Wind Power Project (2 of 2)

At the opening ceremonies of the Shiloh II Wind Project in Rio Vista, California, we talked with Roy M. Kuga, Vice President of Energy Supply with Pacific Gas and Electric Company, a California energy provider. Spread the word:

DATE: Wed, 11 Mar 2009
SIZE: 0.88 MB
Compostable Dishes, Ecopod, Diapers

Biodegradable and compostable food service and packaging disposables biodegrade in 180 days providing a sustainable alternative in reducing waste. Visit World Centric to learn more. Ecopod - the afterlife’s answer to the hybrid vehicle from Ecopod. Did you know that one disposable diaper takes 500 years to biodegrade? But there is an alternative - it’s plastic-free gDiapers. Spread the word:

DATE: Wed, 11 Mar 2009
SIZE: 6.80 MB
Electric Bike

Get out of your car and onto an electric bike! We’d had great experience with the foldable eZee Quando. For more information, visit Electric Bikes Northwest + California. Spread the word:

DATE: Sat, 07 Mar 2009
SIZE: 9.53 MB
Wind Power Project

Wind is a reliable, proven source of electricity that plays a critical role in our nation’s power portfolio. According to the American Wind Energy Association, current U.S. wind energy facilities produce enough electricity to serve 2.3 million homes. On 2/29/09, the Shiloh II Wind Project in Rio Vista, California was officially dedicated. At the opening ceremonies, [...]

DATE: Mon, 26 Jan 2009
SIZE: 9.53 MB
Green Travel, Strategy, Consumption

The Rainforest Alliance’s SmartGuide to Sustainable Travel is now available! What’s The Green Strategy? Environmental responsibility is the new philosophy of many modern businesses says Joel Makower, Chairman and Executive Editor of If we really want to do our part for the environment, reducing consumption is the way to go! Learn more at the Center for [...]

DATE: Mon, 12 Jan 2009
SIZE: 1.59 MB
Green Gadgets, Sustainable Business, Medication Disposal

Save money with new energy saving products from Choose Renewables Companies are engaging in sustainable practices in spite of the fact that consumers aren’t asking for it. Learn more at Since it’s no longer acceptable for anyone to flush their medications down the drain, here are suggestions on how best to dispose of them. Learn more [...]

DATE: Mon, 15 Dec 2008
SIZE: 9.53 MB
Gardening, Tapwater and Soda Club

The Dirt DIVA offers helpful tips for gardening in a small space. Visit Turn To Tap and say NO to bottled water! The Soda Club, three convincing reasons for making your own sparkling water. Spread the word:

DATE: Mon, 24 Nov 2008
SIZE: 4.01 MB
Your Wetlands Podcast: Eelgrass

Eelgrass is a common seagrass that is found from Canada to Baja California. It’s a rooted plant that lives under the waters of San Francisco Bay where it’s being studied by our guest, Dr. Katharyn Boyer, Assistant Professor of Biology at San Francisco State University’s Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies. (Photo courtesy of Dr. [...]

DATE: Tue, 14 Oct 2008
SIZE: 0.86 MB
Wildlife Corridors

These corridors are extremely important because they enable wildlife to move about for shelter, safety and food.  (90 sec) Sign up for the Your Wetlands Podcast Spread the word:

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