Government And Organizations Podcasts
Hvordan er det egentlig å jobbe som politi? I Politikvarteret slipper vi inn bak politistasjonens vegger. Hvis du lurer på hvordan etterretning fungerer, eller hva man tenker på når man løper etter gjerningsmenn så er dette serien for deg. I samtaler med politimenn og kvinner gir Politikvarteret innsikt i hvordan politiet egentlig jobber.
By Både Og
A podcast on Maryland policy and politics, covering state and county issues. We’ll cover the General Assembly, Governor, state agencies, and county leaders and how it affects Marylanders and the public services they depend on. Counties deliver education, public safety, land use, infrastructure and most front-line services to Maryland residents – this podcast from the Conduit Street Annapolis headquarters of MACo, the Maryland Association of Counties, touches on it all.
By Maryland Association of Counties
As Americans, we are proud of our military and the men and women that make it up, but how much do we really know about what happens in the military? Why is the war in Afghanistan still going on 17 years after 9/11? Are the budget increases proposed by President Trump needed for military readiness? Which MRE tastes the most like human food and which tastes like the inside of a rusted battery? These are simply a a few of the questions we aim to ask. Please join our hosts, Chris ‘Henri’ Henrikson and Danny Sjursen, as they discuss the state of our military, a deep look at its history, and the principles that have pushed our country into unending war.
By Chris Henrikson / Danny Sjursen
Steve Vick from NonprofitAlly.com talks with nonprofit experts, board members and executive directors about social media strategies, capacity building, board of director development, fundraising and budgeting. This nonprofit podcast also includes tips on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, newsletters, website development, story telling, blogging, fundraising, crowdfunding and more. The ultimate goal of this podcast it to help nonprofits grow, build capacity and become sustainable so that they can do more and do it better.<br> <br> Steve is the executive director of a nonprofit in Alaska and the founder of another. He specializes in content creation, social media and awareness building (aka marketing).
By Steve Vick: Nonprofit Social Media Strategist, Content Creator and Blogger
The Land I Trust, an audio series by the Sierra Club, tells stories of special places under threat by dirty energy -- and how the transition to clean energy is benefiting people and the homes they hold dear. In our first series, we travel through the American South to talk with folks about the coal that is fouling their air and water, the dirty energy projects they're fighting in their backyards, and a shared vision for a clean energy economy that allows all of our communities to thrive. From climate refugees to farming families, these Southerners generously sat down, walked, and canoed with us while sharing their truths. Travel with us through North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Alabama and Florida to hear firsthand how much moving beyond coal and fracked gas matters to communities everywhere.
By Sierra Club