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Radio EcoshockEcology Radio Show. Latest science, authors, issues & news - from climate change, oceans, Nature, forests, pollution, peak oil, the economy, and peace.

Hosted by Alex Smith,  Radio Ecoshock Show is at the cutting edge with top scientists, authors and activists.

The #1 green global radio program.

About Alex Smith

In its eleventh year on the air as of 2017. Previously a researcher for a global environment group, print journalist, homesteader, world-traveler, and private investigator.

Broadcast by kind permission of Alex Smith & Ecoshock

Ecoshock Show Archive:

Radio Ecoshock: Warming Faster Than We Think

Wednesday 16th January 2019

Professor David Victor delivers stiff warning from Nature:“Global warming will happen faster than we think”. Then we talk with Mike Davis, author of“Ecology of Fear” and“Planet of Slums”. In 1990, Davis explained why California would burn. We get his reaction …

Radio Ecoshock: Halting Mass Suicide by Coal

Wednesday 9th January 2019

The venerable Noam Chomsky on our climate crisis and Nicholas Rees on the startling impacts of air pollution on babies and toddler brain development. But first, we must prevent mass climate suicide by coal, with famous German environmentalist Heffa Schuecking. Radio Ecoshock 190109

Radio Ecoshock: Rough Seas in 2019

Thursday 3rd January 2019

The grand old man of coastal science Dr. Orrin Pilkey warns: start withdrawing from the coast-line now, or wait for the coming panic. A couple of hundred million years ago a massive warming on Earth drove most species to extinction. From the University …

Radio Ecoshock: Can We Count on Catastrophe? (Replay)

Wednesday 26th December 2018

Humans easily fixate on catastrophe, whether real or imaginary. Does the nation, the economy, or even civilization need to collapse in order to start anew? Who benefits if we think like that, and would things get better or worse? A feature interview with …

Radio Ecoshock: Poland Talks Fail To Save Us

Wednesday 19th December 2018

Reports recorded live from the NGO press center at the Poland COP24 talks. A panel includes one of our favorite climate truth-tellers, the UK’s Kevin Anderson. Kevin explains where real action could start, and the myths world governments are selling us. Then Stuart …

Radio Ecoshock: Climate Rebellion&Deep Adaptation

Thursday 13th December 2018

Should we tell young people what we’ve done to the climate? Too late: they are telling us. From the climate talks in Katowice Poland, the student rebel who started it all: Greta Thunberg, interviewed by Stuart Scott from From Australia to Canada …

Radio Ecoshock: Unintended Consequences: Bit coin&A/C

Thursday 6th December 2018

Why Bit coin and a rush to air-conditioning in India can rip your future climate. From the Rocky Mountain Institute, Iain Campbell reports the global cooling challenge. Scientist Randi Rollins from University of Hawaii explains Bit coin so we can all understand– …

Radio Ecoshock: Climate Trouble Keeps On Coming

Thursday 29th November 2018

Breaking science details hundreds of changes driven by climate disruption. A break-through map of the future, with Dr. Jonathan Patz. Dr. Kimberley Miner: how a warming world releases long-lived toxic chemicals. A quick heads-up on this year’s 24 Hours of Reality world broadcast …

Radio Ecoshock: California Super Fire Special

Sunday 18th November 2018

From fire-struck Northern California, literally choking on smoke, radio host Maria Gilardin. Washington Post meteorologist Jason Samenow on climate& fire. Libbe HaLevy tips Woolsey fire at nuclear lab site 30 miles from LA. Wildfire experts Mark Cochrane, John Betts,& firefighter Lou …

Radio Ecoshock: We Still Have a Chance to Save Ourselves

Thursday 15th November 2018

Your experiences can change gene expression for your descendants. Is“epigenetics” an opportunity or a curse? Dr. Peter Ward, University of Washington on his new book“Lamarck’s Revenge”. Plus the most moving climate speech 2018, Canadian Green Party Leader Elizabeth May speaks to …