Tag: Stories of your life and others

Access To Clean Water Remains A Problem For Millions

Despite millions of dollars spent on well meaning efforts access to clean water is still a problem for millions. That has not deterred 64 year old Clay Phillips from giving another effort. Phillips plans to play 50 rounds of golf in 50 states in just 50 days. Why is clean water important? It makes people…
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GTP-3 Artificial Intelligence’s New Mind

Is GTP-3 Artificial Intelligence’s new mind? Dr. Jared Kaplan is a theoretical physicist who has been recently working on Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3 (GPT-3), which is an autoregressive language model that uses deep learning to produce human-like text. We all use a limited version when we ask google a question or when google auto corrects our…
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A Conversation About Golf Social Justice and Race

In this week’s episode we will have a conversation about Golf, social justice and race, and their strained relationship over the years. In this week’s podcast we are joined by Michael Williams. Michael is a golf journalist. Michael has interviewed many of the legends of golf including Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Gary Player and many…
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People Who Are Hard of Hearing The Invisible Disability

With the sounds of her native Brooklyn, New York in the background Accessibility advocate Janice Lintz tells her story of how she has used eternal vigilance to make sure people who are hard of hearing the invisible disability have access to information that everyone else has.  She is a passionate and accomplished consultant/advocate across the…
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Conservation Biologist Jim Tolisano

Conservation Biologist Jim Tolisano worked on nature conservation projects in more than 50 countries, ranging widely and wildly through such experiences as Grizzly Bear conservation work in Colorado, to forest conservation work with remote communities in Papua New Guinea, chimpanzee conservation work with Jane Goodall’s Institute in West Africa, nature-based business development with Afro-Ecuadorian communities…
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Latino Outdoors’ José González

Latino Outdoors’ José González is an experienced educator in formal and informal education settings with an array of associated interests in the arts, education, conservation, and the environment. He has broad experience as a K-12 public education teacher, environmental education advisor, outdoor education instructor and coordinator, and university adjunct faculty. He received his B.A. at…
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National Parks Advocate Audrey Peterman

Audrey Peterman Advocates For Access to National Parks for All Americans

Horse Guided Empowerment

Christina Marz shares her experience treating pandemic anxiety with horse guided empowerment. Christina is a systemic family counselor, certified trauma specialist and the founder of Horse Guided Empowerment, a method for holistic therapy with a herd of horses. She teaches the method all over the world and has certified practitioners in Europe, Latin America and…
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Environmental Journalist Paul Rogers

Paul Rogers, award winning environmental journalist, will join us and share stories about his experiences as an environmental journalist and science writer. Paul writes about energy, water policy, environmental justice, parks and other environmental issues. He was a member of the Mercury News Pulitzer Prize winning team that covered the Loma Prieta earthquake in 1990.…
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Yosemite Ranger Shelton Johnson

Yosemite Ranger, Shelton Johnson, shares his stories as a Buffalo Soldier re-enactor. In addition, Shelton will talk about his experience hosting Oprah Winfrey and a group of her friends on their first camping experience at Yosemite. Shelton’s experience as a four year old standing in the Berchtesgaden Alps in Germany planted the seed leading him…
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