With Tim Smedley, Environmental Journalist, and Author of "Clearing the Air: The Beginning and the End of Air Pollution"
This episode of The Big Blue Marble may have you rethinking your commute, or throwing another log on that cozy looking wood-burning stove. That, plus you are guaranteed to have a different perspective on the many ships at sea. Join me as we set sail for another trip around the Big Blue Marble.
With Martine Maron, Professor of Conservation Ecology and Environmental Mgmt, University of Queensland,
On this edition of The Big Blue Marble, we discover how devastating the ecological scars of this season’s fires will be and what the future might hold for one of the most biologically diverse nations on the planet.
With Paul Mayewski Expedition Lead and Chief Scientist/Director Climate Change Institute University of Maine,
A skilled team survived some of the most extreme conditions on earth to successfully install the highest weather stations in the world. I’ve got all those answers and more on this edition of the Big Blue Marble.
With Christine J. Picard, PH.D., Director, Forensic and Investigative Sciences Program, Purdue School of Science
What is raising alarm bells is that these particular species do not perform the same way as their native cousins – could this affect how crimes are solved in the future? Find out on this episode of The Big Blue Marble.
With Martin Stendel, Climate Scientist Danish Meteorological Institute
On this episode of The Big Blue Marble, we explore the cause, the effects and “if” Greenland’s melting ice sheet has pushed us to the tipping point – that being a catastrophic unrecoverable change, with no turning back.