Eco-Rapper Hila the Earth
The Eyes on Conservation Podcast
by Earth to Humans Podcast
1y ago
As a science communicator, I’m always on the lookout for people with innovative, creative and accessible ideas who say no to the classic dry and mundane or overwhelming and intense communications methods we scientists can be guilty of. Social media is a frequent outlet of the videos, graphics and written pieces that I create, and I follow many other activists and creative conservationists, who regularly fill me with inspiration, which I very much appreciate in a world where doom and gloom often dominates. Enter…Hila the Earth - an eco rapper, with whom my very first encounter was watching one ..read more
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The Disappearence of Great Salt Lake w/ Laura Briefer
The Eyes on Conservation Podcast
by Earth to Humans Podcast
1y ago
Hi everyone! Sarinah here! Coming to you live from my childhood bedroom visiting my mom following a beautiful trip down California along highway 395. This is my first ever Earth to Humans newsletter, so enjoy this maiden voyage as I try to re-connect with my early 2000’s Wordpress days writing to the ether. My guest for this episode is an expert in natural resources management, a woman who's been on the front lines of one of the most crucial environmental issues facing us today. She's a problem-solver and policymaker, but above all, an advocate for our planet's most precious resource: water. C ..read more
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Riding the Trail of Tears with Cherokee Sci Fi Author Blake Hausman
The Eyes on Conservation Podcast
by Earth to Humans Podcast and Blake Hausman
1y ago
In this captivating podcast episode, acclaimed Cherokee author Blake Hausman shares his creative journey behind "Riding the Trail of Tears," a groundbreaking science fiction novel that skillfully intertwines indigenous culture and futuristic elements. Join us as we explore the transformative power of storytelling and the profound connections between Native American history and speculative fiction. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit earthtohumanspodcast.substack.com ..read more
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Hellbent
The Eyes on Conservation Podcast
by Earth to Humans Podcast
1y ago
I was lucky enough to be brought onto the Hellbent team last year to create content for their online storytelling and, after watching the film for the first time, I was so excited to be part of such an incredible project. Having worked together for months, it was great to sit down with the film’s Co-Directors, Justin Grubb and Annie Roth, to ask them all the questions I’d been wanting to ask them for ages, as well as those I thought our listeners would enjoy hearing the answers to. This, now multi-award winning, short film documents a mother and daughter team in Grant Township, Penn ..read more
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Helping Hounds
The Eyes on Conservation Podcast
by Earth to Humans Podcast
1y ago
When I first heard about the organization that today’s guest, Jennifer Hartman, works for, I felt like I could’ve found my dream conservation job. Two of my greatest loves in life combined - dogs and biology. Apparently this is quite a common perception, but it takes a very special type of person, and an even more special type of dog to join this well-oiled team. Rogue Detection Teams is made up of field biologists, known as ‘bounders’, and rescue dogs, chosen for their supreme desire to fetch. These human-canine teams head out into some of the most hostile environments on the planet for days ..read more
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When Water Becomes Dust
The Eyes on Conservation Podcast
by Earth to Humans Podcast
1y ago
Today as I drive alone down highway 395 on the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada along the length of California, I am reminded of a powerful film I had the privilege of seeing in the summer of 2021. It completely changed the way that I looked at this beautiful, harsh landscape and left me contemplating its messages even a year later. Filmmakers Ann Kaneko and Jin Yoo-Kim join producer Sarinah Simons for a deep dive into the empty lake-waters in Payahuunadü (Owens Valley) where Manzanar, the WWII concentration camp, becomes the confluence for memories of Payahuunadü, the now-parched “land of fl ..read more
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Folklore: The Shared Human Experience
The Eyes on Conservation Podcast
by Earth to Humans Podcast
1y ago
Hannah’s ancestry traces back to Ireland, and learning about the folklore that would have shaped the way that her great grandparents, great great grand parents and all the Mulvanys before them would have related to nature and the places around them has been a main feature of her past month in the country. She wanted to delve deeper into the folklore that the country is famous for, so spoke to Bairbre Ní Fhloinn, professor of folklore at Dublin University, about how it has framed humankind and our relationship to nature, and how it links together all humanity. Join private conversations with to ..read more
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The Coldest Place in the Universe
The Eyes on Conservation Podcast
by Earth to Humans Podcast
1y ago
I came across today’s topic in kind of a roundabout way. Recently I was rewatching the James Cameron film, Titanic, and as I was watching Rose freeze on her floating piece of wood and pry Jack’s cold dead hands from hers as she whispers "I’ll never let go," it got me wondering just how cold the water actually was when the titanic actually sank. A quick google search told me it was about -2.2 degrees Celsius (or 27 degrees Fahrenheit). And if you’re me and were taught that water freezes at 0 degrees Celsius or 32 degrees Fahrenheit, you may have been stumped by the water’s ability to be colder ..read more
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BEST OF: Dr. Sylvia F***ing Earle!
The Eyes on Conservation Podcast
by Earth to Humans Podcast
1y ago
While Sarinah and Hannah are on vacation, we decided to rebroadcast one of our "best of" episodes with Dr. Sylvia Earle, you'll understand why in a minute... Close your eyes, and picture yourself underwater. See the light sway above you, as it gets darker and darker the further down you go. Welcome to the deep waters of the ocean, a place where today’s guest has spent a considerable part of her life, swimming alongside the ocean’s many flora and fauna. Dr Sylvia Earle is an icon in marine biology and ocean conservation and has been featured in popular documentaries like Seaspiracy,  ..read more
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Drunk Flies and Stoned Dolphins with Dr. Oné R. Pagán
The Eyes on Conservation Podcast
by Earth to Humans Podcast
1y ago
Let’s go back in time about a few hundred million years. You’re a plant. And you’re a plant that’s been evolving alongside microorganisms, fungi and animals. Come to find out, everyone finds you particularly tasty. You naturally don’t like being eaten, but you’re a plant and you can’t just walk away. So what can you do against all these predators? You could modify your leaves into thorns or equip them with tiny, irritating hairs, but maybe you decide to go a different route and develop chemical toxins to deter your opponent. Perhaps upon ingesting this toxin, insects find you instantly deadly ..read more
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