On April 16, Drake Bell played the Aggie theatre. Although he's most well known for starring in the hit Nickelodeon TV show, "Drake and Josh," audience members said he blew their expectations. News Director Emily Mashak and Podcast Director Cheyenne Duba had the chance to interview him after the show. He talked about his journey through music, including his transition to … [Read more...] about Drake Bell!
Wild pigs, also known as feral hogs, are an invasive species that damage crops, destroy habitat, and can spread diseases. To control their population, biologists and environmentalists are encouraging hunters to take action and eat these invaders.
This episode was aired on January 25, 2018.
- Written, narrated, and produced by Rod Lammers
Why are women crucial for global water conservation as scientists and as community leaders? Women are under-represented in water management careers and training. But the countries that are most affected by water issues will most benefit from a conscious and gender-inclusive scientific approach to sustainable water conservation. The impact of scientists in water conservation resonates not only for gender equality and better quality of life, but it also translates into having sustainable life on our planet.
This episode was aired on February 1 and 2, 2018
- Written by Carolina Gutierrez
- Narrated and produced by Patricia Salerno
- Poff, N.L. and Olden, J. Can dams be designed for sustainability? Science 08 Dec 2017: Vol. 358, Issue 6368, pp. 1252-1253. DOI: 10.1126/science.aaq142.
In the foothills of the Rockies, many of us love our forests for adventures. Now researchers have discovered a new reason to love forests: they keep our planet cool by releasing compounds into the atmosphere.
This episode was aired on February 7, 2018.
- Written, narrated, and produced by Erika Foster, Edited by Rod Lammers and Patricia Salerno
articles/s41467-017-02412-4 (Nature Communications Article)
2018/01/study-reveals-forests– have-yet-another-climate- protection-superpower/ (News story on Nature Comm article)
colostate.edu/?q=foster (Colorado State University School of Global Environmental Sustainability Blog)
tshering_tobgay_this_country_ isn_t_just_carbon_neutral_it_ s_carbon_negative (TED talk)
post/2018/01/05/Why-we-should- be-more-optimistic-about- forests-and-climate-change-1 (UN-REDD program)
114/44/11645 (PNAS article)
Why are peace treaties and post conflict policies so important for environmental sustainability around the globe? Because it brings opportunities to repair the environmental damage and rethink a country’s development.
- Written, narrated and produced by Carolina Gutierrez