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Earthwatch Radio - Climate Change
Earthwatch Radio was inspired by Wisconsin U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson, the founder of Earth Day. Launched in 1972, it was the first radio program in the nation to concentrate on environmental news. When the last show aired 35 years later, this award-winning program had become the longest-running program of its kind. Read more...
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Climate Change

Playlist for Earthwatch Radio - Climate Change

  1. Climate Change and Business  (2:02) — 2/26/2007 [Download]
    A new report says the Earth's changing climate is changing the business climate as well.

  2. Big Changes in the Far North  (2:02) — 2/19/2007 [Download]
    People in the Arctic are watching their world change dramatically.

  3. The Hot and Cold Cycle of Life  (2:02) — 1/29/2007 [Download]
    A warmer world could change the temperature of the ocean, and that could have profound consequences for marine plants and animals.

  4. Ticks on the Move  (2:03) — 8/22/2006 [Download]
    Lyme disease is spreading to new areas, and climate change might be to blame.

  5. Problems for the Low Life  (2:01) — 8/9/2006 [Download]
    A study of people and physical geography finds a lot of problems for a lot of people who live close to the sea.

  6. Doctor's Orders  (2:02) — 8/7/2006 [Download]
    A growing list of health threats might force us to do something about climate change, according to a Harvard medical expert.

  7. Avoiding the Big Chill  (2:01) — 7/31/2006 [Download]
    Some scientists say global warming could produce local cooling in Europe and North America.

  8. Antarctica's Negative Balance  (2:03) — 7/26/2006 [Download]
    Precise measurements from satellites show big changes in the ice that covers Antarctica.

  9. Allergies on the Rise  (2:04) — 7/11/2006 [Download]
    Warmer temperatures and rising carbon dioxide might mean trouble for people with allergies.

  10. Record Attempt  (2:00) — 5/30/2006 [Download]
    A collection of extreme weather reports could help scientists determine what's normal and what's not in a climate that's rapidly changing.