By Time Magazine
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TIME's Bryan Walsh reports on the latest environmental news, and interviews the leaders of the modern green movement, in his weekly GreenCast
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interviews with some of the leaders in sustainability
high marks on content, audio quality a bit scratchy. In essence, the podcasts are telephone interviews with some of the leaders in the field of sustainability, such as Orr and Brown. For example, the podcasts by Orr gives students of this field a sense of the complexity as well as a call to action. I intent to use some of this as background material to be used in a course a Stony Brook Southampton, a college devoted to sustainability.
This s a great podcast but the audio quality is mediocore to horrible. Can't Time Inc. spare a few bucks for an equipment upgrade?
Is this a joke? Time Inc, is putting their name on such horrible quality - do they listen to this or just read the transcripts? Prime example: listen to the podcast on poachers. Somebody in the interview is eating something loud and crunchy throughout the majority of the interview, making it impossible to listen to the interview without focusing on the sound. I gave it two stars because the content is good, but the production wastes it.
- Category: News & Politics
- Language: English
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