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#158 Dr. Rob Moir President & Executive Director of the Ocean River Institute

Bigger Than Us

Dr. Rob Moir is a nationally-recognized and award winning environmentalist and president & executive director of nonprofit Ocean River Institute. He continues his several decades of tireless efforts to make the planet bluer and greener. Rob and Ocean River Institute has assisted environmental groups on a local, national and global scale including Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, the Coastal Bird Programof Cape Cod, Sunshine Wildlife (Florida), the Campaign for Environmental Literacy, the British Virgin Islands Environmental Council, and Sea Change, Friends of the Wester Ross Marine Protected Area (Scotland). https://www.oceanriver.org/ https://nexuspmg.com/

34mins

27 Jul 2021

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XZRS: Dr. Rob Moir - Ocean River Institute

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Dr. Moir is an educator, scientist, and activist with a proven history of institutional management and marine policy success. Dr. Moir has been a leader of citizen science and efforts to clean up Salem Sound and Boston Harbor, as president of the advocacy organizations Salem Sound Harbor Monitors, Salem Sound 2000 and later Save the Harbor/Save the Bay, and through his appointment by the Secretary of Interior to the Boston Harbor Islands Partnership. He was formerly Curator of Natural History at the Peabody Essex Museum, Curator of Education at the New England Aquarium and Executive Director of the Discovery Museums in Acton, Massachusetts. Dr. Moir was awarded a Switzer Environmental Fellowship from the Robert & Patricia Switzer Foundation, and the James Centorino Award for Distinguished Performance in Marine Education by the National Marine Educators Association. He was Sea Education Association's first assistant scientist to work consecutive voyages of the R.V. Westward. Dr. Moir has a Ph.D. in Environmental Studies and a Masters of Science and Teaching from Antioch New England Graduate School in Keene, New Hampshire and certificate of studies from the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole. - www.oceanriver.orgFor Your Listening Pleasure all the radio shows available on The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network with our compliments, visit - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv.The ‘X’ Zone Broadcast Network Shows and Archives - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotvThe ‘X’ Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - for more information visit http://www.simultv.comThe ‘X’ Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com

41mins

21 May 2021

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Taverne zum Vollmond

38mins

16 Mar 2021

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TOURING UKRAINE, MOROCCO, MEXICO with Rob Moir

Dirt from the Road with Brett Newski

Newski is live from Denver. Chats with troubadour songwriter Rob Moir about playing shows in Ukraine, Poland, Morocco...plus skirting drug cartels in Mexico City. More on Rob: https://www.robmoir.com/ More on Newski: https://brettnewski.com/ Support the Pod for only 5 bucks a month: https://patreon.com/brettnewski1

1hr 21mins

26 Oct 2020

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The 'X' Zone Radio Show

XZRS: Rob Moir, PH.D., - President and Executive Director

41mins

17 Oct 2020

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Rob Moir and Wendy Keats on an economy designed for the 99%

Huddle Presents: Home Office

Many Covid-19 workforce initiatives proved temporary, like “hero pay” at big-box retailers. But some shifts may become permanent, like flexible work arrangements that allow more people to work from home. Huddle editor Mark Leger speaks with UNB business professor Rob Moir and Wendy Keats of the Cooperative Enterprise Council of New Brunswick, about the value shifts that could reshape the economy and the nature of work and entrepreneurship.

1hr 25mins

16 Jul 2020

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Swagger Swerve with the unstoppable Rob Moir: Think you can do 500 shows in 2 years? Rob Shows us the mindset to do so

Swagger Swerve

“It’s playing the long game. It’s really believing in yourself an enormous amount and realizing that it’s like that” – Rob MoirHighlights:Rob Moir initial influence was Gangster Rap from his buddyHis love for how punk rock songs are written.How his parents, both music teachers, molded him as the musician he is today.His priorities and how believing in yourself can help you become a self-sustained artist, leading him to do over 500 shows, in 20 countries, in 2 years.Funny strategies how he engages with his fans so that they don’t get tired of him.How he wittingly came up with the name “Solo Record” for his new album. Rob is expected to be busy this year doing shows everywhere. He is expected to be doing a show in Mexico and Western Canada in January; France, Switzerland and Belgium in February; Concert in Morocco by March; back in Europe in April, and US in May or October.Catch Rob Moir online:Website: http://www.robmoir.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmoirmusic/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs1s3JLpNJ0v-EwIr4YFq0A Learn to accelerate your career with Music GSDhttps://swaggerswerve.squarespace.com/

42mins

4 Feb 2019

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SUFB 238 Grassroots Conservation With Dr. Rob Moir

Speak Up For The Ocean Blue

I was feeling sick to my stomach last Tuesday after I realized that Donald Trump had been elected the next President of the United States. I was worried about basic Human Rights in my neighbouring country and I was also worried about the stance the President-Elect has taken on Climate Change. He clearly does not "believe" Climate Change is a human related issue and that is dangerous thinking.  A major part of his platform is to undo much of President Obama's Executive Orders, which include protection of marine habitats in the Atlantic Ocean and off the coast of Hawai'i. Whether he will be able to undo this work is anyone's guess; however, the possibility is there. In addition, Obama used an Executive Order to establish the National Ocean Council to handle marine conservation projects and made it easy for today's guest, Dr. Rob Moir, to work with government to help establish protected areas and conservation action. Dr. Rob Moir is the founder and Executive Director of the Ocean River Institute, which is a non-profit organization that works with its constituents and organizational partners to work towards conservation goals. In essence, Rob takes stories from individuals about what is important to them about the ocean, compiles those stories and brings them to politicians such as Senators and House Members on the federal level to bring conservation action. It's not easy, but Rob has managed to build quite the relationship with many federal politicians (Republicans and Democrats).  Rob also works at grassroots levels to effect change within the community. During the interview, Rob talks about how he went to Florida to talk to County committees to show them how a few changes that homeowners can take to manage their yard such as refrain from fertilizing their lawn during the summer can change the algae blooms along the ocean coast. His work has been extremely successful within most counties in Florida and the counties who don't follow these practices can look at the examples set by neighbouring counties.  Rob is currently focused on protecting the status of the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge from getting stripped of its protection status due to pressure from the big sugar industries who are dumping dirty water in the refuge and is getting fined heavily for doing so. Getting rid of the Refuge status would allow the sugar companies to continue to dump their dirty water in the Refuge boundaries and ruin the diverse wildlife in the area. You can get more information and learn how you can take action by going to Ocean River's website. During the interview, Rob and I discussed how grassroots marine conservation will be the way to go under the next government administration and reminded ourselves that grassroots conservation has always been a great way to create conservation change and it will continue to be that way not matter who is running any country.  I want you to listen to the podcast and understand that there is still hope to protect the ocean in the US and around the world. We will need to fight harder, but our passion will show us the way.  Speak Up for Blue is going to take the call to action and help lead you towards some grassroots projects that you can support and participate.  Enjoy the podcast! Are you looking to change the way you eat for a better health and environment? Start using Arbonne nutrition and health care products that are all natural and environmentally friendly. I use them all the time and their nutrition line has transformed the way I eat and my health. Email me today, andrew@speakupforblue.com to find out how you can transform your health. Looking to transform your health and wellness using Arbonne products? Learn about our starter package to get you living for a better Ocean by contacting me at andrew@speakupforblue.com.

1hr 25mins

16 Nov 2016

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Epi 38 Rob Moir

Apologue Podcast

Rob Moir is a singer-songwriter that I've had the privilege of watching grow from a teenage guitar player into an international touring artist. Rob has toured extensively throughout Europe and the United States armed with only a guitar and CD's. He's even toured Europe on a bicycle travelling from town to town playing anywhere that would have him. I'm proud to call him my friend!! Rob Moir, everyone!!Help the podcast out by pledging on Patreon,  www.patreon.com/apologueBrought to you by fetchclass.comShop with amazon.ca, amazon.com and amazon.co.uk  Bookmark the link and support the show!!

1hr 8mins

27 Jul 2015