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, Hark Editor

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Floating Cities: the Cities of the Future

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On 'The Sunday Session with Francesca Rudkin' podcast, 'Oceanix' CEO Marc Collins talks about how floating cities would look, function, withstand future weather events and help the fight against climate change.
Floating Cities: the Cities of the Future

The Sunday Session with Francesca Rudkin

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How Adelaide Is Fighting Climate Change

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In this episode from 'The Future City,' Adelaide's Minister of Environment David Spier joins host Eyal Halamish to discuss how he’s making his city greener, healthier and more sustainable.
How Adelaide Is Fighting Climate Change

The Future City

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Using Nature to Fight Natural Disasters

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'U.S. Army Corps' research ecologist Safra Altman and 'University of Georgia' meteorologist Marshall Shepherd explain how the integration of engineering and natural processes can help coastal regions be more resilient to natural disasters.
Using Nature to Fight Natural Disasters

EWN - Engineering With Nature

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Turning Lawns into Meadows

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On 'Green Dreamer,' sustainable landscape designer Owen Wormser joins host Kamea Chayne to explain the environmental benefits of turning lawns into meadows.
Turning Lawns into Meadows

Green Dreamer: Seeding change towards collective healing, sustainability, regeneration

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How a Fire Resistant House Survived California’s Carr Fire

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California’s Carr Fire was one of the most destructive wildfires in the state's history. Listen to the story of a fire-resistant house whose resilient design saved it from being destroyed in the fire. From the 'California Burning' podcast.
How a Fire Resistant House Survived California’s Carr Fire

California Burning: Solutions To California's Wildfire Problem

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Using Biomimicry to Fight Police Brutality

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On the 'Breaking Green Ceilings' podcast, astrobiofuturist and co-host of 'Animal Planet’s' 'Little Giants' Billy Almmon explains how he’s using the biomechanics of the rhino beetle to design new policing frameworks that tackle police brutality.
Using Biomimicry to Fight Police Brutality

Breaking Green Ceilings

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, Hark Editor

6 CLIPS30 MINS

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