Created with Sketch.
The Nowadays Podcast
20 minutes | Feb 1, 2021
Episode 32: 2020, Good News in Review
Even in 2020, there were some amazing trends taking places. Check out the little known, positive happenings that didn't make the 10 o'clock news.
13 minutes | Dec 27, 2020
Episode 31: Ecosia
With over 116,000,000 trees and counting, Ecosia is fighting desertification one Internet search at a time! Find out more on today's episode.
16 minutes | Dec 1, 2020
Episode 30: Ocean Cleanup Project
With the massive problem of trash polluting our oceans, the Ocean Cleanup Project provides an incredible and ingenious solution!
18 minutes | Oct 5, 2020
Episode 29: Nano Membrane Toilets
Discover how the commonplace toilet can be reimagined to conserve millions of gallons of water every day and improve sanitation in the regions of the world that need it most!
23 minutes | Sep 14, 2020
Episode 28: Advanced Nuclear Fission
Advanced nuclear fission may provide an essential tool in the fight against climate change. This episode explores some of the innovations in this field that make nuclear power more affordable, safer, cleaner, and and more efficient.
16 minutes | Aug 2, 2020
Episode 27: African Parks
Find out how the non-profit, African Parks, is leading the charge in efficient solutions for conservation and wildlife protection in 18 national parks in 11 nations and counting!
36 minutes | Jul 5, 2020
Episode 26: Regenerative Farming feat. Matthew and Terces Engelhart
Learn about an increasingly popular and powerful solution to climate change, desertification and poor nutrition with some of the best in the game: Matthew and Terces Engelhart!
26 minutes | Jun 8, 2020
Silver Linings in a Pandemic
Even in a global pandemic, there are still many silver linings. Let's talk about them!
11 minutes | Nov 24, 2019
Episode 24: World Population Projection
The world is getting more populous and crowded every single day. Many fear that overpopulation will lead to massive famines and resource wars. Can the world really sustain the projected 11 billion people by 2100? The answer may surprise you.
10 minutes | Nov 18, 2019
Episode 23: Democracy
Dissatisfied with our current politicians? At least, we can fire them every few years. For millennia, tyrants ruled and their decisions were final. Some kings and queens were benevolent but the vast majority was not. The long, costly march through the centuries to achieve greater autonomy for all people continues today and is paid for with the blood, sweat, and tears of all freedom-loving people. Find out how democracy became the dominant form of government in our world making this the most free era in human history!
8 minutes | Nov 11, 2019
Episode 22: Libraries
We get it. Libraries seem outdated, obsolete even, especially with the advent of Google. Well, you're a little right about that. Though search engines have stolen some of their thunder, libraries are still the repository of human knowledge and centers of intense research. They offer new services that continue their mission to help people educate themselves and improve their lives. Find out how!
9 minutes | Nov 4, 2019
Episode 21: Telling Time
Quick! What time is it? The fact that you can know that in under 5 seconds or that we even understand the concept of a second shows the ever-increasing progress that we have in telling time. Find out how important accurately measuring time truly is in our modern world!
12 minutes | Oct 28, 2019
Episode 20: Cars
Cars have come a long way from their invention over a hundred years. They have transformed society and have allowed us to see more of the world on our terms. Never have cars been safer, more inexpensive, and more fuel-efficient! And now they can drive themselves? Find out more about the evolution of the car and where it's headed.
8 minutes | Oct 20, 2019
Episode 19: Diapers
If you're not a parent with toddler, you never think about these little pillow pants designed to get dirty. If you are, that's all you think about...besides the bundle of joy wearing them. We all can be grateful for the vital role seemingly insignificant diapers have played in our lives. Find out more!
21 minutes | Oct 13, 2019
Episode 18: Chiropractic feat. Dr. Brandan Tong
Listen to Dr. Brandan Tong speak about the wonders of chiropractic care in the very first Nowadays interview!
9 minutes | Oct 6, 2019
Episode 17: Photography
Say cheese! Today, the fact that we can capture high-definition glimpses into the past and have thousands of these glimpses in the palm our hands barely even registers for us. In the past, they couldn't fathom this ability. Find out how photography has revolutionized the way we see the world and ourselves.
6 minutes | Sep 29, 2019
Episode 16: Literacy
You're doing a great job reading this! This comment seems out of place because today the assumption is that you can read. Of course, it hasn't always been this way. For millennia, literacy was only reserved for the elites and now the world is fast approaching full-literacy. Find out more about this superpower that unlocks limitless knowledge!
9 minutes | Sep 22, 2019
Episode 15: Supermarkets
Supermarkets provide variety, cost-efficiency and healthy, organic options and increasingly so. Learn more about how these markets are evolving to meet your tastes, your budget and your desire to live healthy.
7 minutes | Sep 15, 2019
Episode 14: Domesticated Dogs
Cats or dogs? DOGS!! These furry friends come in so many shapes and sizes with such love in their eyes that it makes you want to welcome them into your home and pay all of their expenses for the rest of their lives. Seriously, how do they do that? Find out more about how dogs became man's best friend and how that's not changing any time soon.
10 minutes | Sep 8, 2019
Episode 13: Racial Equality
Despite setbacks, more and more people across the world are starting to see others not as black, white, brown, red or yellow but has individuals with unique gifts and personalities. Learn more about how our societies have become more tolerant over time as we seek harmony and equality under the law for all people.
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2022