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  1. Well There’s Your Problem | Episode 5: The Politics of Traffic Engineering

    In this episode we critically examine the whole field of traffic engineering, and how efforts to make streets and highways safer and more functional have achieved directly the opposite.

    also we talk about digging a hole to combat sea level rise

    Check out David’s podcast: https://ironweeds.podbean.com/ and his work at Real Life Magainze: https://reallifemag.com/

    and also Trashfuture: https://trashfuturepodcast.podbean.com/

    figure the election stuff is a little out-of-date but here’s the link anyway: https://twitter.com/PhiladelphiaGov/status/1190311921871990785

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  2. Inside The Newsroom with Daniel Levitt Podcast - #34 — Dave Weigel (Washington Post) | Free Listening on Podbean App

    Dave Weigel covers Congress and grass-roots political movements for the Washington Post. He’s the author of The Trailer newsletter, as well as "The Show That Never Ends," a history of progressive rock music.

    https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-k6j5u-ad709a

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  3. Symptomatic Redness: Left Anchor and Left Podcasting | Free Podcasts | Podomatic”

    Derick Varn interviews the hosts (Ryan Cooper & Alexi the Greek) of the Left Anchor podcast about the state of the Left and left media, social democracy, and ideology. What is the difference between democrat socialism and social democracy? How significant is democracy for the left?

    This week’s Symptomatic Redness is available in full for all of our listeners. If you enjoy it consider supporting us on Patreon.

    https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/dietsoap/episodes/2019-04-08T17_39_20-07_00

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  4. Climate Change Pt. 3: What High School Textbooks Tell Us, with Brett Levy and Casey Meehan | UAlbany News Podcast

    For the last installment of a three-part series on climate change, we feature Brett Levy, an assistant professor of educational theory and practice in UAlbany’s School of Education, and Casey Meehan, the sustainability coordinator for Western Technical College in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Levy and Meehan have researched how textbooks frame the issue of climate change, and the extent to which they prepare today’s youth for civic participation.

    https://ualbanynewspodcast.simplecast.fm/brett_levy

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  5. Taking Stock Of Professors’ Research And Instruction Time At UW-Madison | Wisconsin Public Radio

    Assembly Speaker Robin Vos drew a reaction when he called for greater scrutiny of faculty teachin

    http://www.wpr.org/taking-stock-professors-research-and-instruction-time-uw-madison

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