World Ocean Radio 5/15/24: Looking East from West

Host: Peter Neill
Producer:
Trisha Badger

ABOUT THIS EPISODE
After a recent visit to Japan, an island nation, World Ocean Radio host Peter Neill ponders, what if, as in Japan, we applied values individually, locally, and nationally to our purchases, foodways, institutions, public relations, our life choices? Look from the East, look from the West: are we not all islanders?

WORLD OCEAN RADIO
5-minute weekly insights dive into ocean science, advocacy and education hosted by Peter Neill, lifelong ocean advocate and maritime expert. A catalog of more than 700 episodes offer perspectives on global ocean issues and viable solutions, and celebrate exemplary projects. Available for RSS feed and for broadcast by college and community radio stations worldwide. You will also find this week’s World Ocean Radio episode at Exchange.prx.org, at Audioport.orgWorldOceanObservatory.org where the full catalog of episodes is searchable by theme, and wherever you listen to podcasts.

World Ocean Radio 5/8/24: Bio-Regional Thinking and the Deep Sea

Host: Peter Neill
Producer:
Trisha Badger

ABOUT THIS EPISODE
Bio-regions on Earth are organized into types, then realms, and are further distinguished and mapped for planning, strategizing, developing, and as a tool for protection of the planet. A major trouble with bio-regional mapping is that it neglects nearly 83 percent of the ocean–beyond marine protected areas–leaving the high seas and deep sea unaddressed and vulnerable.

WORLD OCEAN RADIO
5-minute weekly insights dive into ocean science, advocacy and education hosted by Peter Neill, lifelong ocean advocate and maritime expert. A catalog of more than 700 episodes offer perspectives on global ocean issues and viable solutions, and celebrate exemplary projects. Available for RSS feed and for broadcast by college and community radio stations worldwide. You will also find this week’s World Ocean Radio episode at Exchange.prx.org, at Audioport.orgWorldOceanObservatory.org where the full catalog of episodes is searchable by theme, and wherever you listen to podcasts.

World Ocean Radio 4/24/24: Tactics for Change

Host: Peter Neill
Producer:
Trisha Badger

ABOUT THIS EPISODE
This week on World Ocean Radio we’re sharing some methods and means to make small and large changes that can have effects on the climate and sustainability challenges that are caused in large part by the consumer choices we make every day.

WORLD OCEAN RADIO
5-minute weekly insights dive into ocean science, advocacy and education hosted by Peter Neill, lifelong ocean advocate and maritime expert. A catalog of more than 700 episodes offer perspectives on global ocean issues and viable solutions, and celebrate exemplary projects. Available for RSS feed and for broadcast by college and community radio stations worldwide. You will also find this week’s World Ocean Radio episode at Exchange.prx.org, at Audioport.orgWorldOceanObservatory.org where the full catalog of episodes is searchable by theme, and wherever you listen to podcasts.

World Ocean Radio 4/17/24: Regulation

Host: Peter Neill
Producer:
Trisha Badger

ABOUT THIS EPISODE
This week on World Ocean Radio we’re discussing a recent trip to Lisbon, Portugal to attend the Economist Ocean Summit. One such conversation we participated in was on the topic of regulation–those systems and structures that frame best practices and are designed to control abuse. Regulation is conflicting and contradictory, especially when most regulatory decisions are followed by time-extending litigation. What if we could redefine regulation as an incentive to succeed? What if regulation could become a motivating context to advance change, rather than a backwards impediment to progress? We’ll explore this and more.

WORLD OCEAN RADIO
5-minute weekly insights dive into ocean science, advocacy and education hosted by Peter Neill, lifelong ocean advocate and maritime expert. A catalog of more than 700 episodes offer perspectives on global ocean issues and viable solutions, and celebrate exemplary projects. Available for RSS feed and for broadcast by college and community radio stations worldwide. You will also find this week’s World Ocean Radio episode at Exchange.prx.org, at Audioport.orgWorldOceanObservatory.org where the full catalog of episodes is searchable by theme, and wherever you listen to podcasts.

World Ocean Radio 4/10/24: Distillation

Host: Peter Neill
Producer:
Trisha Badger

ABOUT THIS EPISODE
What are the five areas of our collective existence here on earth where the ocean matters most? If we are looking for a context to drive motivation and action, we have in our view the necessary clear focus through these absolutes–water, energy, food, health, and exchange–that can guide us toward a sustainable future, with the ocean at our center.

WORLD OCEAN RADIO
5-minute weekly insights dive into ocean science, advocacy and education hosted by Peter Neill, lifelong ocean advocate and maritime expert. A catalog of more than 700 episodes offer perspectives on global ocean issues and viable solutions, and celebrate exemplary projects. Available for RSS feed and for broadcast by college and community radio stations worldwide. You will also find this week’s World Ocean Radio episode at Exchange.prx.org, at Audioport.orgWorldOceanObservatory.org where the full catalog of episodes is searchable by theme, and wherever you listen to podcasts.