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This week on World Ocean Radio we wrap up the 33-part RESCUE series with a a checklist of steps and questions for a practical, personal plan and strategy to embrace the transformational change required to sustain the deteriorating world ocean. more
This week on World Ocean Radio we are discussing the means to accelerate the urgent response required to visualize, plan, and implement for a new ocean future. ETHOS is defined as the spirit of a culture, era, or community as manifested in its belief... more
In this episode of World Ocean Radio host Peter Neill reflects on a landscape of special importance to him on the coast of Iceland, and the ways that the experience of visiting it for the first time shaped his future and his dedication to sharing the... more
this is just more bull*** making the unprovable case that man caused global warming. climates change and in a geological time frame the world will most certainly not be the same in a century or two with and without mans influence. making common cause with the CCP and tearing down this county and limiting our children’s future potential for wealth and fulfillment will do nothing to curb your so called catastrophic climate change.
I wish this podcast was longer... like for at LEAST a half hour, but each episode is only around 5 min. ***However, there's alot of interesting information packed in those few minutes & it's definitely worth listening to.
It is so great i love it
I look forward to the insights and editorial confronting the seriousness of climate change and how deeply we are impacting our oceans. In just 5 minutes, Peter packs a powerful punch. Thank you!
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World Ocean Radio launched 13 years ago and published 429 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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