February 13, 2019 | Skaana Podcast

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Guests:

Mark Leiren-Young & Rayne Benu

Hosts: 

Captain Paul Watson, Jani of the Jungle, BB Star, & ThatVeganWife

Summary:

(0:44) Show Introduction by Jani of the Jungle leads us into updates by Captain Paul Watson (2:47) & what's happening with Sea Shepherd. Including updates about progress in improvement to prevent attacks at a Vaquita refuge; some good news in Liberia where Sea Shepherd has been cleaning out poachers from Liberian waters; the Sam Simon working to interfere with Dolphin rescue; and good news in Scotland with the shooting of Seals & Salmon netting with questions from the other hosts to follow. (10:30) ThatVeganWife introduces our guests, Mark & Rayne who are authors, creators, & producers of the Skaana podcast which focuses on capturing the life of Orcas & the science behind their miraculous lives. We get the inside scoop behind how they started the podcast, how they got involved in Orca rescue, as well as some fun things Mark is working on, including a new children's book! (48:20) ThatVeganWife closes the show with her "Vegan Minute" updating us on some good news of a friend who just recently made the switch to a vegan lifestyle after being diagnosed with Fibromyalgia who was recommended her going plant-based. You don't want to miss the end!

Mark Leiren-Young is author of 'The Killer Whale Who Changed the World' and the upcoming new book, 'Orcas Everywhere;' he was ALSO the Director of The Hundred-Year-Old Whale, and currently hosts the Skaana podcast.

Rayne Benu who is the producer of Skaana podcast and Cinematographer of The Hundred-Year-Old Whale!

January 30, 2019 | Amy Rebecca Wilde @VeganScene

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Guest:

Amy Rebecca Wilde, founder of Vegan Scene, Legends and Vibes, and Vegans of Instagram

Hosts: 

Captain Paul Watson, Sia Barbi, Jani Schulz, BB Star, & ThatVeganWife

Summary:

With an exciting show full of information & a special guest, (2:07) Captain Paul Watson starts us on with his report on news with Sea Shepherd. News brought to us including: Important updates about the Vaquita rescue, Leonardo DiCaprio's Sea of Shadows film, and recent news on Japanese Fishing & Whaling laws. Conversation turns into Climate Change because of the recent record-breaking temperatures in the Midwest. (17:40) Captain Paul tells us what needs to happen in order to heal our planet and our environment and how the vegan movement is growing fast! (23:14) ThatVeganWife transitions conversation by introducing our special guest, Amy Rebecca Wilde, activist turned entrepreneur, founding Vegan Scene & Legends & Vibes. (25:35) Amy shares with us her story and how she was inspired to start these vegan communities and Legends & Vibes fashion line. Other topics covered: how Amy has started a vegan community online; vegan life lessons; and information about how to be intentional with our clothing purchases.

Check out more about Amy Rebecca Wilde & Vegan Scene below!

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January 23, 2019

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Hosts: 

Captain Paul Watson, Sia Barbi, Jani Schulz, BB Star, & ThatVeganWife

Summary:

Captain Paul Watson gives us the behind-the-scenes on protecting our oceans from illegal-poaching and current situations with Sea Shepherd operations. More conversation continues about Climate Change and how the oceans are being polluted by radiation, chemicals, and trash. It's a lot of information. We also touch on the topic of how sharing this information on the internet and social media where people dislike and pay less attention to harder hitting topics. ThatVeganWife throws in her thoughts on Climate Change as well as what TRUE compassion means for vegans. The show closes out with ThatVeganWife sharing some encouraging stats about the vegan movement including the latest news on the Plant-Based Chicken & Waffles food entry that beat out the "real" thing as Festival Favorite.

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January 16, 2019 | Marcelo Carvajal

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Guest:

Marcelo Carvajal, a Costa Rican herpetologist and naturalist guide who grew up with a passion for the forest and its not so liked inhabitants. Marcelo currently resides on the Osa Peninsula, the most biologically intense location on our planet.

Hosts:

Captain Paul Watson, Sia Barbi, Jani Schulz, BB Star, & ThatVeganWife

Summary:

(1:34) Captain Paul starts off the show live from a bus traveling to New York, but still manages to share breaking news for Sea Shepherd out of Mexico as one of the crews goes under fire of angry locals. This has been an ongoing battle for the Sea Shepherd. He also gives a quick update on his current status with the country of Costa Rica and the missions happening about the globe for Sea Shepherd. Discussion of Japan removing themselves from commercial whaling in the Southern Ocean for the first time in history. The IWC can move to create the southern ocean whale sanctuary can now move forward. (11:36) Jana introduces our guest, Marcelo, Costa Rican herpetologist and naturalist guide who grew up with a passion for the forest and its not so liked inhabitants. Marcelo currently resides on the Osa Peninsula, the most biologically intense location on our planet. Marcelo talks about why snakes are important to the environment & the research him & his team have done on their behavior/habitat. (43:49) ThatVeganWife ends the conversation by talking about scientific evidence that the vegan lifestyle can have on reversing aging. #10YearChallenge

Click here to go on your own adventures on the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica.

Click here to read the Forks Over Knives research article on plants & anti-aging.

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January 2, 2019

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Guest:

Terri Lodgsdon, Trap/Neuter/Release Expert

Hosts:

Captain Paul Watson, Sia Barbi, Jani Schulz, BB Star, & ThatVeganWife

Summary:

Happy New Year, everybody! It's 2019 and we're starting off with an exciting show and a great guest! (1:55) Captain Paul Watson is back with breaking news over the holiday. That including: the end of whaling in the Southern Ocean and facts about the immense decrease in phytoplankton & fish population. (18:40) BB Starr introduces our guest, Terri who's a local hero in the Texas Hill Country involved in TNR. Terri enlightens us on her process of containing a '100 cat per capita' population using the humane action of Trap Neuter Release methods. (40:20) ThatVeganWife shares practical tips for listeners who are looking to #GoVegan in 2019 and shares a little bit about her 3 year journey into the vegan lifestyle.

Click here to learn about State of the Oceans & listen to past recordings.

CLICK HERE to Learn More & Support Terri with TNR efforts.

December 12, 2018

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Guest:

Vegan Chef Leslie Durso

Hosts:

Captain Paul Watson, Jani Schulz, BB Star, ThatVeganWife

Summary:

(2:25) Captain Paul Watson starts us by sharing the latest news in Sea Shepherd, including latest news of Sea Shepherd retrieving nets that were intended on catching the Vaquita. We even get to hear his young son, Tiger, as he joins us while on the road this week! (14:20) ThatVeganWife introduces our guest, Leslie Durso, who's a vegan chef, vegan retreat host, with features in Forbes, VegNews, and CNN.com. For the remainder of the show, this previous guest catches us up on what she's been doing down in Punta Mita, Mexico since joining us back in May and gives new vegans pointers on how to navigate the holidays as a vegan.

Big shout out to Sia Barbi who we're missing this week. She is still working in the aftermath of the Campfire California Fire in returning lost pets to their owners. Click here to keep up with their journey. Click here for resources in helping the communities affected by these fires.

Find out more about Leslie Durso on her website, lesliedurso.com.

Follow her on on Youtube, Instagram, and Twitter!

December 5, 2018

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Hosts:

Jani Schulz, BB Star, & ThatVeganWife

Guest:
Elizabeth Whitener from Routes of the Rootless & Civilian Rescue Coordinator

Summery:

With Captain Paul out traveling this week & Sia still helping with the after-math of the California wildfires, Jani leads us through the latest news of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. (2:40) After the update on our State of the Oceans, ThatVeganWife introduces our guest, Elizabeth Whitener who shares with us about her traveling blog & how she recently became involved in Civilian Rescue working with disaster after-math of Hurricane Michael & the California Wildfires. (14:45) For the end-of-the-show vegan segment, ThatVeganWife shares what she’s learned over the last year of being on the show! (42:00) Happy birthday to Captain Paul Watson & happy anniversary to ThatVeganWife. The best is yet to come.

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Nobvember 28, 2018

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Hosts:

Captain Paul Watson, Jani Schulz, BB Star, & ThatVeganWife

Summery:

We have plenty to talk about this week with recent news of the White House’s recent National Climate Assessment released the day after Thanksgiving. Captain Paul starts us out with Sea Shepherd news highlighting this assessment, but the rest of the show is a continued conversation led by ThatVeganWife where she reads direct quotes from the report about how Climate Change is already reaping effects. ThatVeganWife gives updated information about the California Wildfires via our missed host, Sia Barbi of the Barbi Twins.

Follow ThatVeganWife on Twitter for LIVE tweets from the show!

Emergency Resources for the California Wildfires (#CampFire):

Jen Ratliff, #CampFire - Text (502) 457- 9247 if you need direct assistance

North Valley Animal Disaster Group on Facebook

WWEC Evacuation Emergency on Facebook

LittleAngelsProject.org - Treating fire victims for FREE at their mobile clinic at Pierce College. They desperate need of medical supplies.

Douglas Boulevard Veterinary Clinic - (916) 791-1111

For more resources and connections visit Barbi Twins on Twitter or Katie Cleary World Animal News to find out more

Want to learn more about State of the Oceans?

Click HERE!