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Come along with horticulturist Daniel Fuller as we enter a hidden world of horticultural, ecological and landscape gardening knowledge with featured experts, industry professionals and enthusiasts. We inform and inspire you with weekly episodes to help you become an unstoppable plant whisperer.
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A monthly show where we get to talk and learn about all things ecological, including interviews with top ecologists (both employers and employees), those working with ecologists, and also aspiring and inspiring career-seeking individuals setting out to make a difference. New episodes released first Monday of the month.
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Neste espaço estamos disponibilizando, gratuitamente, podcasts sobre ecologia, meio ambiente e biodiversidade. Também incluimos composições musicais de minha autoria, como forma de expressão da linguagem universal que é a música. In this space we are making free podcasts available on ecology, environment and biodiversity. We also included musical compositions of my own, as a way of expressing the universal language that is music.
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A series of interviews from the Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology, focusing on people and organizations working at the confluence of religious and ecological perspectives. Interviews cover four main areas: 1) new and forthcoming publications, 2) engagement in practice, activism, and advocacy, 3) teaching and curriculum, and 4) perspectives from environmental humanities. Our Vision is a flourishing Earth community where religious and spiritual traditions join together for the shared wellbein ...
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Nature isn’t just “out there” in some pristine or far-off location. It’s all around us, including right outside our doors. Join us as we ignite our curiosity and natural wonder, explore our yards and communities, and improve our local pollinator and wildlife habitat.
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Donna Gates, M.Ed., ABAAHP, is the international best-selling author of The Body Ecology Diet: Recovering Your Health and Rebuilding Your Immunity, The Body Ecology Guide to Growing Younger: Anti-Aging Wisdom for Every Generation, and Stevia: Cooking with Nature’s Calorie-Free Sweetener. An Advanced Fellow with the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, she is on a mission to change the way the world eats.
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Sustainable World Radio brings you interviews with experts from around the globe; teachers, designers, environmentalists, and earth activists who learn from and work with Nature. Listen to episodes about Permaculture, organic gardening, herbal medicine, plants, fungi, earth repair, natural building, regenerative farming, sustainability, and ethnobotany. Tune in to discover positive solutions to environmental challenges; solutions that adhere to the Permaculture ethics of Earth Care, People C ...
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Washington's Department of Ecology was the first environmental agency to be established in the U.S., back in 1970. We're headquartered in Lacey, with regional offices across the state, and are tasked with protecting, preserving and enhancing our environment for current and future generations. Here, we post stories from our our environmental programs as well as expertise in scientific research, creative problem-solving, complex project management, and innovative partnerships.Learn more about ...
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Scientists are more than just their science. Science communication should be too! The W.E.E. Podcast will highlight awesome women in ecology and evolution - their research, their experiences, and their passions. Science is personal - get to know us! Each month I'll have conversations with women I admire, getting deep into the science they love, as well as what makes them tick outside the day job - and everything in between. We'll get into imposter syndrome, work-life balance, politics, and t ...
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Water Environment: Lakes, Rivers, Oceans, Seas, Groundwater, Wells - Water Conservation, Water Sustainability, Water Preservation, Water Ecology, and other H2O Environmental IssuesContact info: Clean@h2opodcast.com or 206-984-3260; http://H2Opodcast.com
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The One Humanity Lab Podcast: Into an Ecology of Wholeness explores the field of coaching from various angles through the lens of the e-Co Leadership Coaching program. The e-Co program is based on the perspective that we must first develop inner capacities in order to then expand outwards in our service to others. Inner capacities include a return to our dreaming, intuition, creativity, and grounded connectivity to people, communities, nature, and Source. Coaching is one of many containers f ...
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In this episode, I interview Paul Plant about what we're getting wrong as a whole industry when working with wholesale nurseries in particular, and how we can tighten up our game. I wanted to know stuff like, how are miscommunications and poor choices costing landscapers, arborists and horticulturists time, money, and project efficiency? Are hortic…
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This episode of the FORE podcast features Chantal Forbes, PhD, and her partner Charlie Forbes. Chantal is a transdisciplinary scholar, storyteller, and educator at the intersection of ecology, spirituality, and culture. She is a visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Randolph-Macon College and Adjunct Faculty at the California Institute of…
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Desigualdade e exclusão social, cada vez mais evidentes, podem inviabilizar o progresso. É fato que a urbanização tem sido uma das forças motrizes mais significativas do desenvolvimento global recente. Atualmente, as cidades respondem por aproximadamente 80% do PIB gerado em todo o mundo. Mas, se por um lado a urbanização impulsiona a economia glob…
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Join us in this informative episode of the Ecology Academy podcast, hosted by Richard Dodd, as we explore the complexities of the rapidly changing world of ecology. We delve deep into recent ecological developments, updated guidelines, new regulations, and the impact of technological advancements on the field. This episode aims to inspire listeners…
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Have you ever worked for a company that took horticultural excellence seriously within the landscape design, construction and maintenance sectors? This episode is a case study on a company called Yards, which was started by a connection of mine from the AIH, Ben French. In this episode, I interview him and two of his staff, Amanda and Dale, about w…
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This episode features Chad Baron, co-founder of a new organization, Degrowth California. Degrowth is a hotly contested and frequently misunderstood movement among advocates of environmental sustainability and social justice. We discuss degrowth and its relationship to faith, particularly in light of Chad’s graduate work at the intersection of degro…
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Do you know how to assess a tree's health and safety? And do you know how to do so in a systematic way to ensure you don't miss any major clues? This episode is designed to teach non-arborists within the landscape and horticulture sector what to look for when inspecting trees. What signs tell us that a tree is doing well? And what signs tell us we …
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A Educação Ambiental pode ser entendida como uma metodologia em conjunto, onde cada pessoa pode assumir e adquirir o papel de membro principal do processo de ensino/aprendizagem a ser desenvolvido, desde que cada pessoa ou grupo seja agente ativamente participativo na análise de cada um dos problemas ambientais diagnosticados e com isso buscando so…
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Have you ever tendered for a property development project, only to be rejected for some unknown reason? Why is it that some people are able to win work from property developers, while others seem to struggle with this type of client? It may have something to do with your ability to meet them on their own wavelength. Sometimes, as horticulturists, e…
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This episode features Mark Porter, PhD, research associate at the University of Erfurt, in Germany. With a background in ethnomusicology, his current work focuses on Christian musical innovation and changing ecological relationships, based at his university’s department for theology and religious studies. We discuss his work at the intersection of …
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***HAPPY NEW YEAR*** In the first episode of 2024 Richard talks about how to maximise getting the hire process right and how to avoid or minimise biases. In the podcast Richard outlines the following key stages: 1. Identifying the Need for a New Role 2. Creating a Detailed Job Description 3. Advertising the Role 4. Screening and Shortlisting Candid…
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A poluição ainda é responsável por cerca de uma em cada seis mortes no mundo. Cerca de 9 milhões de pessoas estão morrendo por ano devido ao agravamento da poluição do ar e envenenamento por chumbo tóxico, segundo pesquisas de cientistas. A impressionante contagem de mortes continua desde 2015, apesar do progresso modesto em alguns países, segundo …
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Do you know the secret to controlling rabbits within the landscape? Whether you're responsible for a public park, a farm, or a private property that's home to these garden-destroying pests, you'll want to control them in the most ethical way possible. The secret is a decisive, multi-pronged operation designed to wipe them all out in a single season…
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Tis the season for reflecting on the past year and the year to come. Kimberly Carfore, PhD, came on the podcast to do just that, particularly in light of her role as the co-chair of the Religion and Ecology unit for the American Academy of Religion (AAR). We talk about some of the main topics and trends covered by the unit in this past year's AAR, …
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Would you like to make a little extra money on the side working in horticulture media? Maybe you're looking for a new career pathway to dive into? Freelancing in horticulture media means that you're working under your own ABN with multiple businesses. In this episode, you'll learn technical info related to writing, creating and editing videos, and …
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Spiritual practice isn't just personal; it's the collective heartbeat for global healing and transformation. In this episode, organization executive Jim Robinson discusses the depth of how aligning with spiritual energy can drive personal healing and global change. He talks about how the mind, body, and spirit are connected and how his visualizatio…
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I can’t believe that 2023 is almost over! This year has flown by! For the past several weeks, I’ve been doing top 10 roundups of the different types of Backyard Ecology content. We’ve talked about the videos, the blog articles, and the nature trivia style shorts. So, let’s wrap it up with a rundown of the top 10 podcast episodes of the year. 🦋 9b) …
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What makes a native garden design "modern"? What garden trends have defined Aussie landscaping culture in 2023, heading into 2024? And how can you use a show garden as a lead magnet to gain work as a designer? In this episode, MIFGS Achievable Gardens medalist Daniel Althaus answers these questions and more to help us understand why his garden Circ…
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Você está a meio caminho do vegano? Sabia que uma dieta baseada em vegetais torna você mais produtivo no trabalho. As pessoas que seguem uma dieta vegana podem ser mais positivas e produtivas do que suas contrapartes que comem carne, revela uma nova pesquisa. Alimentos veganos básicos, como chocolate amargo, folhas verdes e proteínas à base de plan…
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Did you know that in addition to the regular Backyard Ecology videos that Anthony creates, he also produces a series of nature-trivia style short videos? Most of these videos are literally only a few seconds long so are perfect “bite-sized” samples if you’re just getting started or are looking for something to watch for a few seconds on your phone.…
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Do you still feel the passion you had for plants when you started this game? Or are you just turning up to work each day, going through the motions? My guest Maria Failla from the Growing Joy Podcast is here to teach us how to "connect with nature," "find our joy," or practice "self care," even if those terms don't really resonate with us. Plant ca…
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I always like to do roundups of the top 10 blog articles and top 10 podcast episodes at the end of every year because I know how easy it is to miss stuff. Sometimes we have the best intentions to go back and read or listening to something, but other things come up and then we forget. So, it can be helpful to have a reminder at the end of the year f…
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In a world that is run by numbers and views people as parts of a machine, it can be so easy to lose ourselves and connect to what matters. Adriana Machado fills in the missing piece that connects the corporate world with purpose: systems thinking. Adriana is one of Latin America’s most celebrated women business leaders and an outspoken advocate in …
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This episode features Elizabeth Allison, PhD, Professor of Ecology and Religion at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) in San Francisco, where she founded and chairs the graduate program in Ecology, Spirituality, and Religion (ESR). This year is the 10th anniversary of the program, so it was the perfect opportunity to reflect on ESR…
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In ep.172 I talked about ten career pathways in amenity horticulture. It was a quick run through some of the most important jobs in our industry, and pathways you can take throughout each sector. In this episode, I dig into these pathways in a bit more detail with the help of Growing Joy's podcast host Maria Failla. As an indoor plant enthusiast an…
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Se a perda de alimentos e o desperdício alimentar fossem um país, este seria a terceira maior fonte de emissões de gases com efeito de estufa. O desperdício alimentar também sobrecarrega os sistemas de gestão de resíduos e amplia a insegurança alimentar, tornando-o um importante contribuinte para as três crises planetárias: a mudança climática, a p…
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Did you know that we have a Backyard Ecology YouTube channel? If you’re like many of the blog readers and podcast listeners who responded to our 2023 end-of-year survey, then answer is “probably not.” If you are one of our frequent viewers, thank you for coming on this journey with us. We enjoy reading all your comments on the videos. If you haven’…
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In this episode Richard interviews Jim Mullholland and talks about veteran trees, bats, training, virtual Preliminary Roost Assessments (PRA's), research into veterinisation of trees and can we do better in looking for bats, plus so much more! Jim observes that since the commencement of the Bat Tree Habitat Key project, our knowledge of tree roosti…
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In this stimulating conversation with Regenerative Land Designer and Educator Javan Bernakevitch, we discuss life design and why it's important. According to Javan, if we don’t design our lives, someone else will. What are the signs of an undesigned life? Some of them include: not knowing what you’re good at, a lack of direction, being directed by …
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If you can't classify and name plants, how can you successfully work as a horticulturist? You probably don't need to know the exact scientific name for every plant you work with, but a basic understanding of how plant taxonomy works is a must for any serious gardener. In this episode, you'll learn how to name plants, how plant families work, and wh…
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Did you know that for many of our most commonly grown native wildflowers and grasses, 2/3 or more of the plant is underground in the form of roots? Or that you can reduce weeding requirements in your native plant garden by understanding the root systems of different plants that you are growing? Or that there is now a resource that can help you avoi…
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“The whole leader demands the whole person— body, mind and soul. And that that is also true of community.” Today’s guest believes in this wholeheartedly, and it guides her in fulfilling her purpose. Ina Gjikondi and Bonnie Buckner join in an inspiring conversation with Deborah Rundlett, a practical Mystic who guides leaders and their teams in conne…
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This episode features Kate Rigby, PhD, Alexander von Humboldt Professor of Environmental Humanities at the University of Cologne. We talk about her many contributions to environmental humanities and ecocriticism. Some of the topics we cover include her work with European Romanticism, decolonization, and the enduring legacy of the ecofeminist philos…
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Which indoor plant should you treat yourself or a loved one to this Christmas? In this episode, Jane Perrone, host of the On the Ledge podcast is back on the show to tell us why these 13 plants make awesome indoor plants, and how to look after them. From the beginner mode plants that are pretty much unkillable, to the fussy expert mode plants, thes…
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Às vezes parece que não há nada além de más notícias na batalha contra a crise climática. Estamos cheios de histórias sobre desmatamento, perda de biodiversidade e ecossistemas em declínio – tudo isso nos enche de medo e pavor. Mas recentemente, cientistas que pesquisam os corais do Oceano Pacífico Sul nos deram motivos para otimismo. Mergulhando n…
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Donna is joined by Dr. Susan Brown who, in a highly informative previous episode, shared her specialist knowledge of preventing and treating osteoporosis. This time, they discuss a topic that not a lot of people know about – maintaining the right acid-alkaline in your body. They discuss why this is so important and how to measure your PH. Dr. Brown…
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If you found my last chat with MIFGS gold medalist Peter Donegan inspiring, you'll love this episode. Irish landscape architect and MIFGS gold medallist Peter Donegan is back on the podcast to describe his upcoming design for MIFGS 2024. Listen to him speak about where he's drawing his inspiration from for this next design, why it's an important to…
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We are all on an ever-going journey of self-transformation. Angela Franco has been transforming herself from the inside-out along with the communities she has been a part of. Throughout her journey, she found herself constantly being guided by her passion for helping others. This passion took her from Bogota to Washington, DC, where she is now the …
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Did you know that some hummingbirds will overwinter in the eastern U.S.? These aren’t our normal ruby throated hummingbirds that visit our feeders and yards all summer long. These are often western species of hummingbirds, like the rufus hummingbird. Winter hummingbirds aren’t common, and they become less common the further you are from the souther…
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Do you want to share your love foe trees with others? Why not curate and lead your own tree walks? Greg Packman is back on the show and this time he's going to teach us how to curate your own tree walk. In this episode, you'll learn how to organise, promote, and lead your own tree walks. EPISODE LINKS Greg's Twitter: https://twitter.com/GregPackman…
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Mastercard emite título verde no valor de US$ 600 milhões. A Mastercard – que é uma multinacional americana de serviços financeiros - anunciou que precificou com sucesso um título verde de US$ 600 milhões a uma taxa fixa de 1,90%. O título ajudará a empresa no seu compromisso de construir uma economia digital mais inclusiva e sustentável por meio d…
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Richard interviews Neil Middleton from BatAbility Courses and Tuition. Together they talk about bats, business and some life tips on how to deliver presentations and overcoming the fear of other people's opinions. Bio Neil has substantial experience in business management, consultancy, people development, training & the associated skills associated…
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Welcome O'neil Van Horn, PhD to Spotlights. He's an Assistant Professor of Theology at Xavier University. We discuss the difference between theology and theopoetics, the ethical and political challenges of our current planetary situation, grounds for hope in these trying times, and the legacy of postmodern philosophers like Gilles Deleuze and Jacqu…
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For this episode, Donna is joined by Holly Larsen a proud mom who along with her husband used food, including coconut kefir, to help their daughter Tula to recover from autism. This is an amazing episode that contains important information that everyone can benefit from learning. KEY TAKEAWAYS An unhealthy gut cannot extract enough nutrients from f…
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Associate professor and healing touch practitioner Julia Storberg-Walker is an alumna of the e-Co Leadership Coaching Certification at George Washington University. In this conversation with Ina Gjikondi and Bonnie Buckner, she opens up on how it impacted her profession and reoriented her everyday life. Julia talks about rediscovering her young sel…
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