PODCASTS

With a passion for telling stories from creative perspectives, Jack has been producing, editing, and writing podcasts for over 3 years, both personally and professionally. 

At Resources for the Future (RFF), a D.C. research institute specializing in environmental and energy policy, Jack supported podcast productions for RFF's Resources Radio platform. These weekly policy-oriented productions feature interviews with leading experts on topics including climate migration, the social and economic impacts of environmental change, and climate resiliency strategies for the future.

 

In addition to his work at RFF, Jack is an audio producer for the Security Ledger's podcast series, focusing on providing listeners with content-rich information on cyber security within businesses, commerce, politics, and everyday life. Most recently, Jack's podcast work has driven him to dive deeper into producing content on the public policy developments in the technology and security space.

Jack aims to create accessible and concise content that encourages his listeners to think deeply about the topics discussed. 

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Recording studio equipment

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Vintage Mic

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Writing

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Are Climate Communicators Credible?

Host Daniel Raimi talks with Professor Shahzeen Attari of the Indiana University's O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Daniel and Shahzeen discuss her work on how the personal behavior of climate change communicators can affect the reception of their message. If a climate scientist uses a lot of energy at home or is a frequent flyer, do they lose credibility? It's a really challenging question—one that Shahzeen's work illuminates. The results, and this conversation, can help all of us think critically about our own energy use.

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The Challenge of Diversity in the Environmental Movement

Host Daniel Raimi talks with Professor Dorceta Taylor of the University of Michigan’s School for Environment and Sustainability. Daniel asks Professor Taylor about her research on the history of the environmental movement, focusing on issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion within environmental groups, both historically and today. There’s been quite a bit of progress over the years, but there are still big challenges and plenty of room for improvement.

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Community Vulnerability in a "Just" Energy Transition

Host Daniel Raimi talks with Professor Sanya Carley of Indiana University's O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Daniel and Sanya discuss her work on a "just" transition, which addresses questions like, how do climate policies affect energy affordability for low-income households, how do they affect the well-being of energy producing communities, and what approaches might help reduce the unwanted side effects of reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the energy sector?

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Killing Encryption Softly with the EARN IT Act. Also: SMBs Struggle with Identity

In this episode of the Security Ledger Podcast sponsored* by LogMeIn and LastPass: the EARN IT Act is slouching its way to passage on Capitol Hill, alarming privacy and civil liberties experts. Andrea Little Limbago the Chief Social Scientist at the firm Virtru joins us to talk about why EARN IT is so dangerous. Also: small and medium sized businesses are the majority of businesses in the U.S., but they are often overlooked by the companies marketing and selling security solutions. Rachael Stockton of LogMeIn and LastPass joins us to talk about a new survey of SMBs that reveals struggles to manage identity and authentication challenges.

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Project BioMed – The Fight to Repair Medical Devices

In this episode of the podcast (#184) Kyle Wiens of iFixit joins us to talk about Project BioMed: an international, crowd-sourced effort to expedite repair of medical devices by making service and repair manuals available online. In our second segment, we speak with Jonathan Krones, one of an army of volunteer engineers, archivists and librarians who took on the task of cataloguing medical device repair information.

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Filtergate is DRM for Water

In this episode of the podcast (#187), sponsored by Virsec, we talk with journalist and author Cory Doctorow of BoingBoing.net about the recent GE Filtergate incident and how DRM is invading our homes. Also, Satya Gupta the Chief Technology Officer of the firm VirSec joins us to talk about how application runtime monitoring is gaining traction in the age of DevSecOps and left-shifted security.