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Scientists declare new geological epoch, the Anthropocene

September 26, 2016
| Geologists say that humanity’s impact on the earth has been so profound that it’s ushered in a whole new, deeply unstable, geological era, which they are calling the Anthropocene.
Length: 22:02 minutes (20.18 MB)
Image: Flickr/Environment and Climate Canada
| September 26, 2016
Photo credit: Bureau of Land Management Oregon and Washington
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Green Majority Radio

Stupidity insurance: NEB in depth

September 13, 2016
| We dig into the ongoing National Energy Board scandals, with skepticism about their independence and unbiased perspective. Also Dakota Access Pipeline protest updates and more...
Length: 53:16 minutes (48.78 MB)
| September 8, 2016
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Nature is not benign, it's responsive

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When I got home from the cottage Monday, there were signs of struggle in the kitchen, like scratched, torn packaging on rice cakes. Mice? But why didn't the cat disperse them as he always does? Rats? Later I heard scuffling and went back in: a squirrel!

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After Louisiana floods, U.S. accelerates climate change with offshore drilling

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