Relief Analysis recently published yet another outstanding podcast, titled ‘Episode 3: Rick Gannotta Interview – Curating Healthcare in a Rapidly Changing World‘. I am mentioned prominently and referenced there (get to that in a moment) .
But first please take note that this stems from its founding interview with me, ‘Episode 1: Paul Beckwith Interview – Abrupt Climate Change and Relief Operations‘, which was followed equally nicely, with ‘Episode 2: Jennifer Hynes Interview – Embracing Abrupt Climate Change with a Humanitarian Spirit‘. Nick is off to a great start, and Kevin Hester was recently recorded, and likely to print in full next week, as Episode 4 (clips are in this Episode 3)
While anyone would have far to go to equal Alex Smith’s Eco Shock Radio or Doug Bennett’s Unspun: An Experiment in Truth-Telling (I am often on the first. I was on the latter, as was Jennifer recently)
Rick Gannotta explored my proposition in Episode 1, ‘that abrupt polar climate changes (e.g. a “Blue Ocean Event“) could increase the number of lower-latitude disasters by a factor of 10-20 times–and drew parallels with the medical response on par with the September 11, 2001 attacks, and a level of international collaboration required on par with the Kyoto Protocol.‘
Relief Analysis also says that ‘Gannotta’s “Be Here, Be Now” philosophy itself comes across strongly in the interview, as he is able to navigate a broad spectrum of issues and provide insights within a medical framework. His ability to curate issues of vital importance to the disaster management and humanitarian assistance community is truly formidable.’
I am glad to continue to be regularly engaged by Extinction Radio, most recently in Episode 47, Feb 12, 2016 with Peter Melton . Go to 59:28 mark, where I discuss phytoplankton decline, marine life affect on oxygen, increasing carbon sinks and increasing phytoplankton, significant lack of information on this subject, and disruptions of surface currents and gulf stream. 15:51 long. Full episode here:
 dk, I cannot recall a single time in the last half year or so, that when Jennifer and Paul both had webpages, that BOTH highlighted and hosted the same podcast and content, concurrently AS SEPARATE ACTIONS. If this does not get your attention, then nothing should. Wendy Bandurski-Miller (‘Redreamer‘) was moreover, that much more vocal that Rick needed to be heard, so that makes three. This guy is the real deal. Delightful.
 Works extensively with Carolyn Baker, and most recently Dean Spillane Walker, and again continues to powerfully support Guy McPherson.