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Climate Connections (Series)

Produced by ChavoBart Digital Media

Most recent piece in this series:

Climate Connections March 23 - April 17, 2020

From ChavoBart Digital Media | Part of the Climate Connections series | 30:00

Ccyale_240_graybg_small This month on Climate Connections:

Air Date Title

Mon., 3/23 - Citizen science project is changing the climate conversation: It’s ‘a way to start a conversation that wasn’t politicized right from the beginning.’

Tue., 3/24 - Global warming shortens Arctic ice road season: Isolated communities depend on a network of roads on frozen rivers and lakes.

Wed., 3/25 - Remotely managed farms help amateur farmers grow food indoors: An app alerts customers when it’s time to harvest.

Thu., 3/26 - Current oil and gas projects will warm Earth past 1.5°C: Holding warming to only 1.5 degrees Celsius would greatly reduce the consequences of climate change.

Fri., 3/27 -  Designer cuts carbon from her clothing line: She strives to produce low-waste clothing that will last a long time.

Mon., 3/30 -  Amateur team builds ultra-efficient electric car in a barn: Their futuristic car was a serious contender at the Automotive X Prize competition.      

Tue., 3/31 - Global warming fuels tree-killing bark beetles: The beetles have killed more than 5% of the forested area in the Western U.S.

Wed., 4/1 - Tennessee encourages organizations, businesses to cut food waste: More than a third of the food produced in the U.S. goes uneaten.

Thu., 4/2 - Preserving farmland could help the climate, advocate says: If managed well, farmland can soak up heat-trapping carbon pollution.

Fri., 4/3 - Global warming could devastate Mexican fisheries: But with proper management, the fishing industry can continue to thrive.

Mon., 4/6 - Cookbook offers meatless, climate-friendly recipes: ‘Decolonize Your Diet’ includes recipes for pumpkin empanadas, sweet potato tacos, and more.  

Tue., 4/7 - Arctic warming puts ringed seals in peril: ‘They’re likely to become endangered.’

Wed., 4/8 - Dubuque, Iowa, helps residents recover from floods: A comprehensive program aims to address residents’ social and economic needs.

Thu., 4/9 - Monitoring project helps Colorado communities prepare for water shortages: Nine stations in the Roaring Fork Valley are gathering information about the moisture stored in soil.

Fri., 4/10 - Tool helps people choose correct plants for rain gardens: It’s designed for users in the Milwaukee area.

Mon., 4/13 - Catholic institutions divest from fossil fuels: So far, more than 150 Catholic banks, universities, foundations, and others have pledged to end their investments in fossil fuels.

Tue., 4/14 - A horrific drought in the 1870s offers a warning: During the ‘Great Drought,’ crop failures led to famine that killed about 50 million people.

Wed., 4/15 - Toolkit helps developers design affordable, climate-friendly residences: One new solar-powered development in L.A. houses formerly homeless and disabled veterans.

Thu., 4/16 - Training program teaches laborers how to launch sustainable farms: Participants learn how to write business plans, care for chickens, and more.

Fri., 4/17 - New England art project draws attention to global warming: Artist Thomas Starr’s ‘Remembrance of Climate Futures’ project imagines how towns might be affected in the future.

Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin (Series)

Produced by The WFMT Radio Network

Most recent piece in this series:

EXP 20-28 E: Mendelssohn, Schumann & Brahms String Quartets, Episode 4, 4/17/2020

From The WFMT Radio Network | Part of the Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin series | 58:59

Exploring_music_logo_small This week we focus on one of the most delightful and storied chapters of the string quartet's history, centering around the works of three romantic composers—Mendelssohn, Schumann, and Brahms. After 50 years of fantastic string quartets from Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, and Schubert, the well seemed to be drying up—young composers just weren’t writing string quartets. Operas and piano pieces, yes, but not string quartets, and then to save the day steps in Mendelssohn, Schumann, and Brahms! Bill starts the week off with the double quartet (octet) from 16-year-old Felix Mendelssohn. Felix’s sister, Fanny Mendelssohn, said she felt that she was lightly carried up in the air with this string octet. Episode 4 of 5.

The Midnight Special (Series)

Produced by The WFMT Radio Network

Most recent piece in this series:

MS 20-17: Folk Music with a Sense of Humor, 4/16/2020

From The WFMT Radio Network | Part of the The Midnight Special series | 01:58:30

Enter_logo_small Folk music and farce, show tunes and satire, madness and escape!

Fiesta! (Series)

Produced by The WFMT Radio Network

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This American Life (Series)

Produced by This American Life

Most recent piece in this series:

700: Minding the Gap, 4/10/2020

From This American Life | Part of the This American Life series | :00

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Pulse of the Planet (Series)

Produced by Jim Metzner

Most recent piece in this series:

Pulse of the Planet April 2019 Programs

From Jim Metzner | Part of the Pulse of the Planet series | 40:01


April 2020  Pulse of the Planet  CUE SHEET

01      Eco-Clues                       Couple things    06-Apr-20

02      Nail Knowledge                Cutting the         07-Apr-20

03      A Deadly Legacy              Mercury was        08-Apr-20

04      Antlers                           They're the        09-Apr-20

05      Easter AM in Germany      Easter                10-Apr-20

06      Rara                               We're listening   13-Apr-20

07      Surprise!                         When something    14-Apr-20

08      Surveys - Argh!                This radio          15-Apr-20

09      Blueprinting                     Human beings   16-Apr-20

10      Urban Soil                      Transforming          17-Apr-20

11      A Cooler City               A street         20-Apr-20

12      Trees Not in Brooklyn       Maples, oaks          21-Apr-20

13      Trees of the Future       Of course               22-Apr-20

14      Any Tool You Imagine      Picture                   23-Apr-20

15      When Algae Blooms       There are               24-Apr-20

16      HighTech Meets Cholera   After an             27-Apr-20

17      Electric Bacteria               These bacteria          28-Apr-20

18      Silent Flyers                    An owl's             29-Apr-20

19      Secrets of Sediments        Catalina        30-Apr-20

20      HABs                              Under certain          01-May-20