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61 minutes | Dec 9, 2022
Ben Cosgrove: Exploring Themes of Landscape, Place, and Environment through Music | Sea Change
During this episode, Jenna sits down with her friend Ben Cosgrove for a chilly but lively chat along the Maine coastline. Ben is a traveling composer-performer whose music explores themes of landscape, place, and environment. He has performed in every U.S. state except for Delaware, collaborated with groups ranging from rock bands to research scientists, and held residencies and fellowships with institutions including the National Park Service, the National Forest Service, Harvard University, Middlebury College, the Schmidt Ocean Institute, NASA, and the Sitka Center for Art & Ecology. Tune in to learn more about his creative process, the evolution of his work, and hear one of Jenna's favorite pieces titled "The Contour and Shape of the Ground".
53 minutes | Dec 8, 2022
An update on Climate Action and Tourism on the Oregon Coast | Big Tourism
A follow up on the Oregon Coast Visitors Association’s work around tourism and climate action. Join Big Tourism’s host Arica Sears as she discusses COP27 with climate scientist Patty Martin and the reality of global climate work in local communities with Coastal Tourism Resiliency Coordinator Finn Johnson. Tune in for direct calls to action, the role of communications in climate work and how businesses can support the increasing consumer demand for sustainable travel.
13 minutes | Dec 7, 2022
The Lame Duck: GOP Earmarks, Disaster Reforms, Environmental Justice, and Offshore Wind | WaterLog
On the December Edition of the WaterLog Podcast, Howard and Dan talk about lame ducks, a recent GOP earmark vote, disaster reforms, environmental justice, and offshore wind.
60 minutes | Dec 5, 2022
River Diversions, Adaptive Management, and the Future of Watersheds on the American Shoreline
On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham speak with the Environmental Defense Fund's Rachel Rhode about the future of Mississippi River Delta, and how river diversions and adaptive management are playing an important role in the shaping that future.
59 minutes | Dec 2, 2022
Fugro and the Ocean Decade with Jaco Stemmet | Ocean Decade Show!
In Part 2 of this episode of The Ocean Decade Show, the plan was to simply cover COP27 from a different perspective, but boy oh boy what a wide ranging conversation this episode turned into! Director of Africa at Fugro, Jaco Stemmet, speaks about his experience at COP27, but also his path to working for the world's leading geo-data specialist, Fugro's long partnership with the IOC on the Ocean Decade, and his work on the recently launched Africa Taskforce for the Ocean Decade. This is a great episode to conclude the second year of the Ocean Decade, and the second year of The Ocean Decade Show podcast! To read the Ocean Decade African Roadmap Jaco mentions during the podcast, visit https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000381488.
22 minutes | Nov 30, 2022
COP27 from the Inside with Taylor Goelz | Ocean Decade Show!
For the first time, we have a two part episode of The Ocean Decade Show! In Part 1, Taylor gives listeners an inside look at the COP27 climate conference that was held in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt November 6th through 17th. Taylor's hot takes include her opinion on Sharm El Sheikh itself, the many shipping decarbonization events she attended through her role with the Aspen Institute, and the excitement over the first ever Ocean Pavilion at a COP. Stay tuned for Part 2 where we gain additional insights on COP27, but for now enjoy Taylor's insider perspective.
56 minutes | Nov 28, 2022
Maui Invents New Managed Retreat Revolving Fund
In this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham head out to Hawaii to speak with Maui Councilmember Tamara Paltin about the innovative Managed Retreat Revolving Fund the County of Maui recently adopted. The champion of the Managed Retreat Revolving Fund ordinance, CM Paltin has a long history of service on the Maui coast, having lifeguarded there for 20 years prior to taking office. During that time, the shorelines of Maui underwent tremendous change, both naturally due to sea level rise, and unnaturally due to intense upland development. The new Managed Retreat Revolving Fund will specifically support shoreline improvements and the in-land relocation of infrastructure owned by the county and private entities. The money will come from 20% of the county's transient accommodations tax, which is estimated at $60 million. Will tourism tax fueled managed retreat funds be coming to other coastal communities around the American Shoreline soon? Find out, only on ASPN!
71 minutes | Nov 25, 2022
Tales from the Seaway with Craig Middlebrook | North Coast Chronicles
This month on North Coast Chronicles podcast: "Tales from the Seaway with Craig Middlebrook." So pleased that our friend and colleague, Craig Middlebrook will join us to share the good, the bad, and the funny about his 27 years as Deputy Administrator of the Great Lakes Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation. [Seaway.DOT.gov] Until his retirement this fall, Craig was in the forefront of Great Lakes international shipping managing a huge portfolio that included invasive species, high water levels, and the application of modern technologies; all toward meeting the current and future needs of a system dedicated in 1959 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower and Her Royal Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
33 minutes | Nov 24, 2022
Meet Daniel Kleinman: Empowering a new wave of Change Makers | Wave Makers
Happy Thanksgiving from the Wave Makers! Grateful you’re tuning and hope you’ll enjoy hearing host Tamara Kahn speaking with Daniel Kleinman of Seaworthy Collective. On this episode Daniel talks about his experience in the ocean technology and robotics space and seeing the barriers to entry for entrepreneurs as well as the lack of funding for ocean innovation. Facing all this firsthand inspired him to start Seaworthy Collective and the nonprofit Seaworthy Foundation. Seaworthy empowers Sea Change Makers to help solve ocean challenges through diverse and effective innovation and really allows for democratizing these efforts, as that’s what is needed to really have some impact. The approach the group takes is unique in its focus on the people who are behind the innovations and the focus on community building and education efforts. Hope you will enjoy the show and pick up on the passion and ingenuity this Wave Maker brings to the industry.
55 minutes | Nov 23, 2022
Solving Water Availability: A Case for Interdisciplinary Research | All Swell?
In this episode, Kyra from the ECU chapter of The Coastal Society is traveling to Golden, Colorado to attend the AGU Chapman Conference on Solving Water Availability Challenges through an Interdisciplinary Framework. While in Colorado, she met with three early career researchers, Bridget Bittmann, Master student at Boise State University, Nathan Bonham, PhD student at University of Colorado, Boulder and Edgar Guerron, PhD student at University of Southern Florida. They talk about their respective work, how they became interested in water related issues, their impression of the novel conference format which included a case study element, and how interdisciplinary research is the way forward to solving deeply interconnected issues facing human existence like the water crisis. To get in touch with the interviewees, please send them an email: Bridget Bittmann: firstname.lastname@example.org Nathan Bonham: Nathan.Bonham@colorado.edu Edgar Guerron: email@example.com To learn more about the conference, go to: https://www.agu.org/Chapmans-Water-Availability
52 minutes | Nov 18, 2022
Life on the Rocks with Juli Berwald | Shorewords!
Join Lesley Ewing in conversation with Juli Berwald to learn of the importance of coral reefs in the marine environment. Juli’s first book, Spineless, discussed jelly fish and the art of grow a backbone. Life on the Rocks covers the assembly of plants and animals that make up coral reefs. Hear Juli explain why she considers corals to be the badasses of the marine world, learn about some of coral’s natural adaptations to warmer temperatures, and the experimental restoration and conservation measures that people are attempting.
64 minutes | Nov 16, 2022
Nature-based Solutions in the American Blue Economy | American Blue Economy Podcast
In this month's episode the American Blue Economy Podcast, our host Rear Admiral, Tim Gallaudet, PhD, US Navy (ret) explores nature-based solutions in the American Blue Economy. We'll cover creative solutions in coastal resilience and hazard mitigation such as wetland restoration, coral reef conservation, eco-friendly construction components. Although our focus is coastal resilience, the term nature-based solutions refers to sustainable management and use of natural features and processes to tackle socio-environmental challenges. such as climate change, water security, water pollution, food security, human health, biodiversity loss, and disaster risk management Joining us will be Jennifer Steger, Pacific Regional Manager at NOAA’s Restoration Center, Dr. Ido Sella, CEO of ECOncrete, and Dr. Bernhard Riegl, Professor and Chair of Marine and Environmental Sciences. Co-director of the Florida Climate Institute, and director of the National Coral Reef Institute at Nova Southeastern University. Bringing in diverse perspectives from the government, private sector, and academia, we're guaranteed to give a superior session on the significance of sustainability in the American Blue Economy.
55 minutes | Nov 14, 2022
2022 Midterm Election Impacts for the Ocean and Coast with Emily Patrolia
In this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham turn their attention to the impacts of last week's midterm elections with special guest Emily Patrolia. Emily is the Founder & CEO of ESP Advisors, a premier woman-owned, bipartisan lobbying firm with expertise in the ocean and coastal policy arena. There are major federal policy issues on the docket for the 118th Congress, and Emily leads us in a "wonk session," gaming out how the next Congress will (or will not) address ocean and coastal policy. Coastal sausage, anyone? Only on ASPN!
79 minutes | Nov 11, 2022
Vets Saving Coastal Habitats w/ Whit Jones | Sea Change
Join host Jenna Valente and her guest Whit Jones for a special rebroadcast Veteran’s Day episode of the Sea Change Podcast. Whit is the South Carolina Operations Director for Wounded Nature-Working Veterans, an organization founded by veterans and provides veterans, boaters, and community volunteers, the opportunity to make a real environmental difference by trying to fix ocean trash and debris problems in critical wildlife habitats.
53 minutes | Nov 10, 2022
Exploring the National Estuary Program | Capitol Beach
The Capital Beach explores the National Estuary Program (NEP). The NEP is a place-based program at the US Environmental Protection Agency created to protect and restore the water quality and ecological integrity of estuaries of national significance. Currently, 28 estuaries located along the Atlantic, Gulf, and Pacific coasts and in Puerto Rico are designated as estuaries of national significance. The Capitol Beach host Derek Brockbank welcomes three guests to the pod: Roberta Swann, the Director of the Mobile Bay National Estuary Program, Laura Blackmore, the Director of the Puget Sound Partnership, and Jeff Lerner, the Partnerships Program Branch Chief at the EPA.
52 minutes | Nov 9, 2022
The Importance of Mentorship: Professional Development Series | Going Coastal
In this episode of Going Coastal, Marissa and Jon talk to Matt Malej, a Research Mathematician at the US Army Corps of Engineers Coastal and Hydraulics Lab on the importance of mentorship to career and personal growth. Matt shares his experience as both a mentor and mentee and offers up some advice on how to initiate and cultivate rewarding mentor-mentee relationships. Hear Marissa's perspective on how Matt’s mentorship has helped her personally as an early career engineer at ERDC. For more information on ERDC’s mentorship program check out: https://tinyurl.com/mrx26e94 To learn more about the ASBPA Student and New Professionals Chapter including future mentorship opportunities, follow ASBPA SNP on Twitter: @asbpa_snp, LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/asbpa-snp, or Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ASBPA.SNP/ Follow Marissa on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mtorres480/ Follow Jon on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jon-miller-291a921a, Instagram: @StevensCoastal or Twitter: @StevensCoastal
56 minutes | Nov 7, 2022
Ocean Energy Skunkworks: How ARPA-E is Shaping the Future Tech of the Sea
On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham connect with Simon Freeman and Dan Rogers from the U.S. Department of Energy's Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E). Not strictly focused on ocean technology, ARPA-E seeks to advance high-potential, high-impact energy technologies that are too early for private-sector investment. ARPA-E sees the tremendous potential of the ocean and coastal space to revolutionize energy solutions, and has a crack team of professionals advancing several programs that explore a wide range of technologies from the Macroalgae Research Inspiring Novel Energy Resources (MARINER) Program, to the Aerodynamic Turbines Lighter and Afloat with Nautical Technologies and Integrated Servo-control (ATLANTIS) Program, and many more. Come along as we explore how ARPA-E is thinking about the coast and ocean, and how the future technologies they are working to develop might someday shape our lives. Dr. Simon Freeman serves as a Program Director at the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy. His focus at ARPA-E is on maritime energy and environmental sensing technologies. Dan Rogers serves as a Tech-to-Market Advisor at the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy, where he focuses on transformative, high-impact marine technologies to address our society’s most pressing ocean-related energy and critical resource needs.
50 minutes | Nov 4, 2022
The Intersection of Human Healthcare and the Health of the Ocean | Ocean Decade Show!
Taylor's podcasting and work lives collide in this month's episode of The Ocean Decade Show! Taylor met this month's guest, Dr. Richard Hixson, through her work at the Aspen Institute and, because the ocean world is small, it turns out that Richard is a member of the UK Ocean Decade National Committee! During this episode, Taylor and Richard chat about his organization Healthcare Ocean which works to amplify the crucial interconnection between our ocean and our human healthcare system and Richard's new role on the UK Ocean Decade National Committee. The UK Ocean Decade Committee aims to promote and enable a whole of UK society approach to the Ocean Decade. It will support and work with UK Government and their representatives to the IOC, to engage the ocean science community and broader society and to inspire them to develop opportunities within the Decade. To learn more about Richard's work, visit https://www.healthcareocean.org/.
16 minutes | Nov 2, 2022
Coastal Funding, Federal Lobbying, and WRDA Appropriations | WaterLog
On the November episode of the WaterLog podcast, Howard and Dan lay down the upcoming opportunities for federal funding for coastal communities. They will discuss the importance of lobbying the federal appropriations process and the relationship between WRDA and appropriations bills, and then have a brief discussion on all coastal federal bills in the 117th Congress.
53 minutes | Oct 31, 2022
Looking Back at the NOAA 2022 Sea Level Rise Technical Report with Dr. William Sweet
On this special rebroadcast from March of 2022, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham speak with NOAA's Dr. William Sweet, the lead author of the 2022 Sea Level Rise Technical Report. The Sea Level Rise Technical Report provides the most up-to-date sea level rise projections available for all U.S. states and territories; decision-makers will look to it for information. This multi-agency effort, representing the first update since 2017, offers projections out to the year 2150 and information to help communities assess potential changes in average tide heights and height-specific threshold frequencies as they strive to adapt to sea level rise.
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