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The Hard And Noble Work Towards Education Equity With Rosalinda Agana

CMBB 167 | Education Equity

Watch the episode here   Listen to the podcast here   Around 95% of girls in the most disadvantaged African rural communities never completed senior high school. Rosalinda Agana grew up in Northern Ghana and experienced the lack of access to quality education herself. But now, she is on a mission to build education equity […]

Eliminating Algae Blooms Using Ultrasonic Tech With Lawrence Field

CMBB 166 | Algae Blooms

Watch the episode here   Listen to the podcast here   If algae blooms go out of control, they can cause devastation to aquatic life and destroy coastal communities. This is typically addressed through chemical-based techniques, which are highly effective yet lead to other environmental problems. Lawrence Field presents an ecologically safe way to eliminate […]

How Permaculture And Regeneration Can Lead To A Better World With Starhawk

CMBB 165 | Permaculture

Watch the episode here   Listen to the podcast here   Permaculture is a unique agriculture approach that mimics natural patterns to meet human needs while keeping the environment on a healthy regenerative cycle. Corinna Bellizzi sits down with author and activist Starhawk who shares how this particular farming technique can save the world from […]

Marc Plinke | Powering Hyper-regional Food Production Through Greenhouse Solutions

CMBB 164 | Greenhouse

Watch the episode here   Listen to the podcast here   With rising food costs, security issues and more all around the globe, more communities and individuals are starting to think about growing their own food. As it stands, simple solutions sometimes seem too far off. What about pests, water use limits, winters that are […]

Freeing The Soil Of Glyphosate With Kelly Ryerson

CMBB 163 | Glyphosate

Watch the episode here   Listen to the podcast here   It is not surprising to find glyphosate in our bodies because it is basically everywhere. It is in the food we eat, the water we drink, the rain that falls on our roofs, and the air we breathe. Despite its rampant use, it is […]

Diving, Discovery, and Ocean Preservation with Jean-Michel Cousteau

CMBB 162 | Scuba Diving

Watch the episode here Listen to the podcast here The ocean may seem like a far-flung place from home, but its destruction directly impacts our daily lives. One man is using scuba diving to increase awareness about this matter, inviting people to take part in an exciting activity to save our water planet. Corinna Bellizzi […]

The Consequences Of Farmed Salmon With Simen Sætre, Author of The New Fish

CMBB 156 | Farmed Salmon

Watch the podcast here   Listen to the podcast here   Due to its popularity, farmed salmon became one of the fastest-growing industries right now. However, cultivating this particular fish within concentrated environments comes with a long list of consequences that negatively impact the environment and human health. Corinna Bellizzi digs deep into the many […]

Edge Computing: A Greener, Better Data Solution With Tom Frazier

CMBB 154 | Data Centers

Watch the episode here Listen to the podcast here In today’s rapidly expanding digital landscape, data centers play a crucial role that cannot be overlooked. Since data is expected to increase nonstop, such structures will only require more energy and resources to continue to operate. This is where edge computing comes in. Corinna Bellizzi is […]

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