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 Sea Change Radio 
 
 Weekly Program
 Jeremy Hance
 Sea Change Radio  
How do you usually react to the stream of dire warnings about climate change and wildlife extinction? Does it motivate you to do more to make a difference, or does it submerge you into depressed inertia? This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak with environmental journalist Jeremy Hance about his ongoing series for Mongabay which shines an encouraging light on the  future of our planet's flora and fauna. Hance outlines the Bottleneck-to-Breakthrough theory and looks at the driving factors that may save our species and others from extinction. Who knew that earth science prognostications could actually serve as an antidote to climate change malaise?
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Artist: Fela Kuti
Album: Zombie
Label: Coconut
Year: 1976

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Artist: Monty Python
Album: Always Look On The Bright Side of Life
Label: Virgin
Year: 1991

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Artist: Rusty Kershaw
Album: Now & Then
Label: Domino Records
Year: 1992

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00:28:30 English 2019-03-12
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