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Sea Change Radio
Weekly Program
Daniel Kammen
 Sea Change Radio  Contact Contributor
Jan. 23, 2024, midnight
Most of us have never been there but according to a quick Google search, some of the things you might see at the bottom of the ocean include sea spiders, tube worms, and something called a blob sculpin. Add to that list: heavy equipment for mining rare earth minerals like cobalt and manganese. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak with Daniel Kammen, an energy professor at the University of California at Berkeley, about deep-sea mining. We learn about this segment of the extraction industry, consider the environmental hazards, and examine why it's largely unnecessary. We also take a look at the promise of growing rare minerals like perovskites in laboratories, and discuss the recent Sunnylands Climate Agreement between the U.S. and China.
Track: Time
Artist: Pink Floyd
Album: Dark Side of the Moon
Label: Capitol Records
Year: 1973

Track: Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
Artist: Ella Fitzgerald
Album: N/A
Label: Verve
Year: 1961

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Artist: Talking Heads
Album: Remain In Light
Label: Sire
Year: 1980

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