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Episode 373 What COP26 Didn't Talk About

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Release Date: 11/19/2021

Episode 399 Occupied Palestine show art Episode 399 Occupied Palestine

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Michael Lynk is Special Rapporteur on the situation of Palestinians in the Occupied Territories. He reports that almost all countries maintain a willful blindness about the illegality of the Israeli occupation. For the video, audio podcast, transcript, and comments: https://tosavetheworld.ca/episode-399-occupied-palestine/.

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Episode 398 How to Make the Oceans Less Acidic show art Episode 398 How to Make the Oceans Less Acidic

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Tom Green is the leader of Vesta, which is planning to grind olivine down to sand-size, then sprinkle it in the oceans just off the beaches, where water is not deep. The waves will hasten its dissolution into the water. This will change the (now excessive) carbonic acid into bicarbonate, an alkali. The overall acidity of the oceans will be slightly reduced. For the video, https://tosavetheworld.ca/episode-398-how-to-make-the-oceans-less acidic/. Then scroll down and add to the comments column.

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Episode 397 Nuclear Waste Inter Alia show art Episode 397 Nuclear Waste Inter Alia

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Doug Saunders is back from Europe, well recovered from Omicron, and talking about his research on neighborhoods. Brennain Lloyd is busy in North Bay, Ontario, defending us from the Canadian government team that is looking for a place to bury nuclear waste. See https://tosavetheworld.ca/episode-397-nuclear-waste-inter-alia/ . After watching scroll down and post your response on the comment column.

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Episode 396 Saving Trees, Seeds, and Earth show art Episode 396 Saving Trees, Seeds, and Earth

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Vandana Shiva holds a Ph.D in particle physics, but is famous for protecting nature against commercial exploitation. She joined the Chipko movement and learned about the diversity of planets and animals in their region. Her farm develops organic methods. For the video, audio podcast, transcript and comments: https://tosavetheworld.ca/episode-396-saving-trees-seeds-and-earth/ . After watching, scroll down and share your own ideas in the comments column.

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Episode 394 Our Challenges in 2022 show art Episode 394 Our Challenges in 2022

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Pastor Davidson Akhonya in Kenya is helping internal migrants and needs funds. His email: [email protected]

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Episode 395 Episode 395 "Foreign Agents" for Democracy in Russia

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Oleg Kozlovsky works for Amnesty International in Moscow, researching the cases of individuals in his country whose human rights may under attack by the. state. For the video, audio podcast, transcript, or comment column, https://tosavetheworld.ca/episode-395-foreign-agents-for democracy-in-russia/ . Then scroll down to the comments column and share your own information and ideas about the subject.

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Episode 393 Delmar's Art show art Episode 393 Delmar's Art

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John Delmar is a retired lawyer and still-active painter in New York City. We discuss cultural life in Manhattan during his childhood and the art scene today. For the video, audio podcast, transcript, and comments column, https://tosavetheworld.ca/episode-393-delmars-art/

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Episode 392 Chile's New Government show art Episode 392 Chile's New Government

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Hugo Benedetti is a professor of economics at the business school of the University of the Andes in Santiago, Chile. He worries about the economic policies of the new government, which will take office in March. For the video, audio podcast, transcript, and comments: https://tosavetheworld.ca/episode-392-childs-new-government/.

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Episode 391 Globalizing Education  show art Episode 391 Globalizing Education

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Erika Simpson and Marianne Larson are both professors as Western University, Leon Kosals at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow, and Kekhashan Basu is an undergraduate student at the University of Toronto, and the founder of an organization for youthful activists around the world. We discuss their efforts to promote global citizenship. For the video, audio podcast, transcript, and comments: https://tosavetheworld.ca/episode-391-globalizing-education/

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Episode 390 Global Town Hall Dec 2021 show art Episode 390 Global Town Hall Dec 2021

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On the last Sunday of every month activists working against six global threats get together by Zoom to discuss their current concerns. For the video, audio podcast, transcript, and comments columns: https://tosavetheworld.ca/episode-390-global-town-hall-dec-2021/.

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Both Stephen Salter and Alan Gadian are British scientists who know, more than anyone else, how to solve the climate change crisis.They are working on cloud brightening--producing whiter clouds over the oceans to reflect sunlight back into space. This would involve spraying salt water through fine nozzles. The water would evaporate and leave tiny salt crystals. Tiny new droplets will form around these crystals – small and therefore white – and move around, shading the surface below from the heat. Done on a large scale, this can actually re-freeze the Arctic ice and cool the subtropical regions, where hot air starts moving toward the Arctic. We discuss other ways of removing carbon from the atmosphere. Both men agree that it is a big mistake to believe that climate change can be solved by reaching “net zero emissions." The carbon already in the atmosphere would remain there; it has to be actually removed, which may be possible with this innovation. But there is little public awareness of the possibility, and even COP26 did not consider it. For the video, audio podcast, transcript, and comments: https://tosavetheworld.ca/episode-373-what-cop26-didnt-talk-about/