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30 Episodes


This week on World Ocean Radio Peter Neill examines two forward-looking government-proposed initiatives that offer opportunities for progress in climate policy, investment, resiliency and sustainability. The first is Bridgetown 2.0,... more

In this episode of the Going Coastal podcast, hosts Marissa Torres and Deborah Fernandes shine the spotlight on two exceptional ASBPA Student Award Winners: Cheyenne Twilley and Narayan Kumar. Cheyenne,... more

Join Genevieve Guerry and Kyra Hagge in this episode as they recap the Coastal Societies’ Forum, a discussion on North Carolina's coastal issues. This episode zeroes in on three critical... more

In the latest episode of the American Shoreline Podcast, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham welcome Mathew Sanders, a senior officer for Pew’s U.S. Conservation program, to discuss his illuminating... more

In this episode, Peter Neill discusses insurance. We are aware of the key role played by insurance, more so as we face increasing events of extreme weather destruction. Government agencies... more

Join Lesley Ewing on Shorewords for a riveting conversation with Rosanna Xia, acclaimed author of "California Against the Sea." This episode delves into the urgent issues facing California's coastline, including... more

Wave Makers host Tamara Kahn is excited to delve into the story behind Danielle Southcott, founder of VEER Group, exploring the inspiration, challenges, and triumphs that have shaped her innovative venture. VEER is not just a... more

This episode features a fantastic discussion between Jenna and Isabella (Bella) Briseño Elalfi, recent graduate from Penn State University double majoring in Environmental Resource Management and Political Science. Bella's ArcGIS... more

Join Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham in this rerun episode from November 15, 2020, as they host Peter Deneen, a former US Coast Guard officer, now turned environmental advocate. Dive... more

This week on World Ocean Radio we're talking about the megaphonics of ocean communications. How do we as communicators break through? How do we create messaging that resonates and reaches... more

In this special Veteran’s Day rebroadcast of the Sea Change Podcast, host Jenna Valente welcomes Whit Jones, the South Carolina Operations Director for Wounded Nature-Working Veterans. Delve into a captivating... more

In this rerun, join hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham for a deep dive with Dr. Rodney Cluck, the Division Chief of Environmental Sciences at BOEM — the agency that... more

In this classic episode, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham dive into the evolving landscape of Louisiana's coast, confronting the challenge of shielding New Orleans from catastrophic Mississippi River floods. Dr.... more

This week on World Ocean Radio host Peter Neill talks about the power of storytelling and the vast catalog of tales of adventure, sailors, song, battle, Captain's logs, letters home,... more

On this episode, host Helen Brohl speaks with Katherine Chambers, Physical Research Scientist with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory.  Climate scientists often summarize projected trends with... more

In this episode of the National Working Waterfront Podcast, host Ashley Bennis delves into the significance of sustainable seafood, a cornerstone of the U.S. economy, facing stiff competition globally. With... more

In the latest episode of The American Shoreline Podcast, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham sit down with Willie Frank III, Chairman of the Nisqually Tribal Council. A legacy in... more

This week on World Ocean Radio we're discussing a topic close to our home waters in Maine: the dispute between the lobster fishery and environmentalists over gear modification and the... more

In the October episode of the American Blue Economy Podcast, our host Rear Admiral, Tim Gallaudet, PhD, US Navy (ret) takes a deep dives into a new initiative by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the Ocean Futures Platform.... more

Why are Wetlands so important and how are they linked to our history as a nation? This month on the All Swell Podcast Genevieve talks with Sean Charles, a postdoc... more

In the latest episode of the American Shoreline Podcast, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham discuss the current surge in federal funding for ocean and coastal programs, termed the "Summer of... more

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... more

Join Shorewords host, Lesley Ewing, in conversation with Rachel Taylor, one of the people who helped develop Water Worlds: The Protection of our Blue Planet from Glaciers to Deep Sea.... more

This month host Tamara Kahn is in Miami for the 2023 Seaworthy Startup Showcase event followed by the 2023 Ocean Exchanges Event in Fort Lauderdale.  To celebrate all of this Southern... more

In this episode, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham welcome back Dr. Joseph Kunkel, Emeritus Professor at UMass Amherst and Research Professor at UNE Biddeford, to discuss the escalating concerns around... 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... more

Don't miss this encore presentation of the Sea Change Podcast where Jenna dives deep with Diane Wilson, a veteran activist and 4th-generation shrimper. Diane made headlines for her hunger strike... more

In this episode of Going Coastal, Marissa and Jon talk with Dr. Bret Webb, professor and current Director of the Center for Applied Coastal Engineering and Science at the University... more

In this episode, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk with Janelle Kellman, a key figure in coastal leadership from Sausalito. They discuss the Center for Sea Rise Solutions, which Janelle... 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... more

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