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On the go and on demand, Seatrade Maritime Podcast delivers news and updates on shipping's most pertinent topics and conversations. With a focus on the leading trends in the industry. Hosted by a team of highly experienced correspondents across Asia, the Middle East, Europe and America, Seatrade Maritime Podcast has a focus on operational, regulatory and technology related topics, including interviews with key executives – all free to listen to.
 
The shipping industry is the backbone of international trade, contributing to the globalisation and development of the world, but it's the shipping people who make the world go around. Listen to the maritime professionals sharing their passion for shipping and how they see the future.
 
Radio Stingray is a monthly podcast brought to you by the Maritime Union of Australia Sydney Branch. It continues the legacy of generations of maritime workers communicating with each other using the latest platforms. The podcast is designed to be entertaining and informative with industrial rounds, reports by Officials and rank and filers, campaign updates, upcoming events, and special features. Bringing news and information from a working class perspective on matters important to workers i ...
 
The Maritime History Podcast is a chronological look at maritime history and its numerous facets. Beginning with ancient history, the podcast looks at trade, exploration, boat and ship-building, economics, and the relationship between the ocean and the development of society and culture throughout history. Learn more about the podcast at https://maritimehistorypodcast.com.
 
EXPERIENCE MARITIME MAINE celebrates the rich heritage, culture and dramatic natural beauty of Maine’s Coast. SALTS & WATER is a new 6-part podcast series by award-winning producer Rob Rosenthal for Experience Maritime Maine that takes you on a very unique journey on the Maine coasts of Eastport, Stonington, Searsport, Rockland, Bath, and Portland.
 
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It’s nearing the holiday season and for those looking for the perfect gift to buy a new or seasoned gardener, look no further than Robert Pavlis’ new book : Plant Science for Gardeners” Robert Pavlis is an author, teacher, master gardener, and dedicated myth-buster. In this episode we discuss the first two chapters of his excellent new book. Robert…
 
Powered by wind Meet Niclas Dahl, Managing Director of Oceanbird, the startup company aiming to re-introduce wind as power for vessels transporting goods. It sounds like going backwards, but it's taking advantage of all new tech available, contributing to a sustainable maritime industry. Listen to our conversation, which sails through the challenge…
 
On this edition - Are marine scientists getting their message across to the public? We talk to the Master of a fisheries patrol vessel about inspecting trawlers, and to the man who will write the history of Meitheal Mara. We also hear from the Executive Director of the European Fisheries Control Agency and the Executive Chairman of the Sea Fisherie…
 
We speak with John Wishart, the CEO of the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Moncton and Ray Roberge, the general manager of the Delta Hotel Beausejour. They raise concerns about the impact of the growing homeless problem downtown. Osborne Burke in Neil's Harbour, CB, says his business has not been able to access emergency funding following Fiona. An…
 
In the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Editor, Gary Howard, discuss and comment on the stories that stood out on Seatrade Maritime News during the last month. In this November 2022 episode Marcus and Gary discuss - The peak of the container shipping market Abu Dhabi Ports expansion into f…
 
This episode explores how shipping regulators can improve the availability of zero-carbon fuel solutions. Host Eirik Nyhus is joined by the lead author of DNV’s Maritime Forecast to 2050, Eirik Ovrum, to analyse the strategies available.
 
This week we (try to) talk about some of your great plays with garbage gear but get distracted as always, we also talk a bit about our opinions of the Planet Eclipse CS3. Support us by supporting our ad sponsors Save 10% with code "BIGDADDYG" Defconpaintballgear.com Experience one of New Brunswick's premier paintball fields. Moncton Paintball Start…
 
In this episode of "Maritime Means...", Blythe is joined by Lori Ann LaRocco. She is an American journalist, senior editor of guests at CNBC, maritime trade columnist for FreightWaves, author of six books, and most importantly, a mom of three. Today, Blythe and Lori will talk about her start in the maritime industry, current issues plaguing trade i…
 
From the NATO Centre of Excellence for Operations in Confined and Shallow Waters, I’m James Cook – and I’m Jörg Schildknecht - the creators of a new show dedicated to keeping you informed on the debates, research, people, and events related to operational maritime law. We invite you to join us for this first season of the OML podcast, where we’ll i…
 
The CBC's Vanessa Blanch tells us about Kayla Gallie, originally from Yarmouth, NS. The 21 year-old is currently living in a tent in Moncton, NB, and says everyday life is a struggle. We hear your feedback on decluttering. And on the phone-in: Our guests and our listeners have suggestions for good books for the holiday season as gifts or simply for…
 
Modular units that will operate as an emergency shelter in Charlottetown were supposed to open today but the opening is delayed. We speak with Chris Clay with the Native Council of PEI about the impact of the delay. David Dobbelsteyn in Saint John, NB, talks about attracting 12,000 newcomers to the city. And on the phone-in: Decluttering with Colet…
 
Bruce MacDonald, the president and CEO of Imagine Canada, talks about the difficulties charities are facing on this Giving Tuesday. We hear from people on PEI who have a lot to say about the proposed rent freeze on the Island. And on the phone-in: George Iny from the Automobile Protection Association.…
 
Dr. Sara Davidson who's the medical director of the River Stone Recovery Centre in NB comments on the vulnerability of people with addictions when they're first released from jail. A senior in Howie Centre, Cape Breton, raises concerns about being charged $80 for the high-dose flu vaccine. And on the phone-in: What can be done about the high price …
 
Louise Comeau, who's the director of climate change solutions with the Conservation Council of NB shares her views on the federal government's new Climate Adaptation Strategy and what will need to happen now. We hear from farmer, Mary Robinson, from PEI, about her trip to COP27 in Egypt. And on the phone-in: Jim White has painting & staining tips.…
 
We speak with Dorothy Shephard, New Brunswick's minister of Social Development. She comments on the death of a man in Moncton this week and the increasing need for affordable housing and shelter spaces in the province. We hear about the need for an overdose prevention site in Charlottetown. And on the phone-in: What can we learn about history in ce…
 
In this episode, we talk to Ovunda Green and Itunu Oba contributors for the Black Business and Professional Network New Brunswick (BBPN) about helping the organization and their integration into Saint John NB, and the black business community. The post Making Black Businesses Better (With Ovunda Green and Itunu Oba) appeared first on Black In The M…
 
In this latest In Focus episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast listeners are brought up-to-date with what is happening with regard ship recycling regulation With the new environmental regulations by the IMO on carbon intensity expected to drive ship scrapping Seatrade Maritime News Correspondent Paul Bartlett provides an update on the regulatory …
 
After homeless man dies in Moncton advocates urging the city to do more to help and on the phone in: We need new Immigrants but where to house them?
 
Halifax Regional Council will vote today on whether to approve a three year pilot project that would create safe spaces for people dealing with addictions or intoxication. A N.B. mom and son are using humour to spread awareness about autism. on the phone in: Appliance repair technician Aaron Publicover answers your questions…
 
The Department of Health in New Brunswick responds to our recent interview on access to long COVID information. On the phone-in: Energy advisor Barry Walker joins us to answer your heat pump questions.
 
Life at sea. In episode 201, Captain James Foong, Master Mariner from Malaysia, speaks about the life of a seafarer. We talk about the challenges, the marine family you belong to when onboard, the different cultures you meet and why being a Captain is being a Leader. James is passionate about raising the profile of the maritime industry, and he doe…
 
On Prince Edward Island, right now it's up to landlords whether pets are allowed in rentals. A Green MLA wants to see that change. We hear reaction from Chris LeClair, a senior policy advisor with the Residential Rental Association of PEI. And on the phone-in: our gardening expert, Niki Jabbour on planting bulbs for the winter…
 
Kathleen Gadd from PoP NB - which stands for Protect our Province, New Brunswick, says the provincial government has not done a good enough job passing along health information about long Covid. The CBC's Nancy Russell talks with cottage owners whose properties are still in shambles following Fiona. And on the phone-in: Lawyer Jessica Lyle answers …
 
In this episode, we talk to DJ/Promotor JP West about growing up in Halifax, moving to New Brunswick, his ins and outs of the prison system, and his reformation and going into music. The post Ups and downs and moving forward (The JP West Story) appeared first on Black In The Maritimes.โดย ECG Media
 
In this latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast, we discuss the commercial and operational benefits of bunker planning tools with Christian Plum, Head of Bunker Product at StormGeo. Bunkering has become a more complicated area of the industry over the past decade with the introduction of new fuels and fuel grades, a trend set to continue as…
 
A nearly 15 meter-tall white spruce tree was cut down in Christmas Island, Cape Breton, today as the holiday tree for Boston. The CBC's Brett Ruskin describes the ceremony. We hear your feedback on French immersion. And on the phone-in: Veterinarian Dr Jeff Goodall
 
Jacques Poitras, the CBC's legislature reporter in Fredericton, NB, provides an overview of the controversy that has been unfolding over the last month after the government announced it will move away from French immersion. And on the phone-in: What's the value of the French immersion program near you?…
 
Some local people comment on the collapse of Arch Rock near Rustico, PEI, after post-tropical depression, Nicole, blew through the region. Then we talk with Chris Houser, a professor at the University of Windsor, ON, about the damage to the North Shore of PEI. And on the phone-in: Automotive expert, Doug Bethune.…
 
Owen Parkhouse in Morell, PEI, tells us how upsetting it was for him as veteran to see signs on two Dollarama stores that said the stores would be closed on Remembrance Day and also said, "Happy Holiday". We hear your feedback on short-term rentals. And on the phone: How can we best help military veterans?…
 
In this episode, we talk to Nicholas Marcus Thompson, a plaintiff and representative of the class action lawsuit against the Canadian government for racial discrimination of their employees. The post A class action lawsuit that the government wants it to go away appeared first on Black In The Maritimes.…
 
In this latest In Focus episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we take a look at the key points and challenges of the IMO’s EEXI and CII that came into force as part of MARPOL Annex VI on 1 November. In just 15 minutes Seatrade Maritime News Correspondent Paul Bartlett guides the listener through how the regulations will be applied. His discussio…
 
Dominic Leblanc -- MP from New Brunswick and the federal minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, Infrastructure and Communities.-- speaks with the CBC's Paul Withers about the future of the Atlantic Link. We hear your feedback on short-term rentals. And on the phone-in: How do we build better with an eye to climate change?…
 
There's a graveyard in Sicily where some Maritime soldiers are buried from WWII. Tamara Kelly-Beckett from the D-Day Dodgers Foundation talks about efforts to find photos of the vets. We hear about National Indigenous Veterans Day. And on the phone-in: Do short-term rentals need to be regulated?
 
In the first episode of the fourth series of DNV’s Maritime Impact podcast, host Eirik Nyhus returns to the topic of the EU’s Fit for 55 package, widely seen as its plan for decarbonization, following the latest maritime regulatory discussions, covering each of the four key shipping regulations.
 
Alain Clavette, an avid birder in Memramcook, NB, has decided to start "patch birding". It's the practice of staying close to one location to watch birds rather than travelling long distances and burning fossil fuels to see new birds. And on the phone-in: Dog behaviour expert, Silvia Jay, answers your questions.…
 
In this podcast I talk to Horticulturist, Author, Radio Host, and avid Gardener Niki Jabbour about greenhouses. We tried to cover everything a beginner would need to know and also answered some viewer questions! Check out her radio show here: https://halifax.citynews.ca/all-audio/the-garden-show Check out Niki’s Books Here: https://savvygardening.c…
 
On this edition - The health of seafarers. Ringsend, the maritime centre of Dublin. Would you become an angling scientist? And why are lifeboat crews reluctant about being appreciated? Presented by Tom MacSweeney -https://twitter.com/tommacsweeney Discover comprehensive maritime coverage athttps://maritimeirelandradioshow.ie/Stay up to date with To…
 
Unbelievable! I am celebrating the 200th episode of the Shipping Podcast!! If anyone had told me when I started in 2015 that I would go on, releasing one new episode every other Friday, I would not have believed it. And yet, here we are! I have met so many people, generous with their time and knowledge! And when I think back, I have learned so much…
 
Immigration lawyer, Elizabeth Wozniak in Halifax, NS, expresses her concerns about medical services to temporary foreign workers. Wozniak says it would be "unconscionable" not to provide temporary foreign workers with health services. We hear your feedback on telecom companies. And on the phone-in: CBU's Tom Urbaniak discusses municipal amalgamatio…
 
Today on Mar Noon, Hiking trails in our region. We speak with John Jamieson and Mike Lancaster about trail restoration after Fiona and on the phone in Local Hiking trail experts Michael Haynes and James Donald
 
Which companies ordered methanol-fuelled ships last month? What happened in port strikes in the UK and Liverpool? How much are LNG carriers earning per day? All these stories and many more are covered in the October episode of Maritime in Minutes. In the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Ed…
 
David Aalders, the co-founder of the Fairview Food Pantry Project in Halifax explains how his organization's two food pantries are seeing increased traffic due to inflation. And on the phone-in: What noises in your community do you find the most annoying?
 
Vern Shea, the restoration project manager with the ship Hector in Pictou, NS, explains how the team is taking advantage of felled timber during Fiona to help restore the ship. We hear about the rise in the number of patients with respiratory illness at the IWK in Halifax. And on the phone-in: What changes do you want to see to improve telecom serv…
 
David Fox and his family in Antigonish, NS, grow their own pumpkins and gourds so they carved 70 jack o' lanterns for a huge Halloween display in front of their house. Governor General Mary Simon visits PEI over the weekend to inspect damage from Fiona. And on the phone-in: Your questions to wildlife biologist Bob Bancroft.…
 
Fred Whoriskey,the executive director of the Ocean Tracking Network at Dalhousie University, shares his thoughts on future climate change following this week's latest research from the UN. We hear your feedback on ghost stories and food in schools. And on the phone-in: Gardening with Niki Jabbour.
 
Chef Jennie Osborne in Kentville, NS, explains why she's thrilled to hear that the provincial government plans to offer a universal lunch program in schools. We hear about the proposed Missing Persons Act in NB. And on the phone-in: Memorable Maritime ghost stories
 
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