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Part four of unPACKed's six-part sustainability sit down with Packaging World editors Anne Marie Mohan and Matt Reynolds takes us to the world of reuse and refill. Reuse and refill is more than just the ubiquitous beverage containers everyone carries around to do their sustainability part. Mohan and Reynolds cover sustainability and packaging materials daily for Packaging World and discuss how reuse and refill is making inroads in various markets, including health and beauty, cleaning supplies, and food and beverage.Join us for more of this important conversation at the Packaging Recycling Summit, presented by Packaging World Nov. 6-8, 2023, at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead. For more information and to register, please visit: PackagingRecyclingSummit.comSupport the show
Since March is autoimmune disease awareness month, I thought it would be a good idea to give you more information about how autoimmune disease is developed and exacerbated. Today I talk about 3 environmental factors that you can be working on now to help protect yourself from autoimmune and even cancer. I tell you small changes you can make with your cosmetics & skincare products, your water, and plastic storage containers. Here is the list of the TOP MOST TOXIC ingredients to look for in your cosmetics: Benzalkonium Chloride A disinfectant used as a preservative and surfactant associated with severe skin, eye, and respiratory irritation and allergies. Found in: sunscreens, moisturizers. Butylatedhydroxy Anisole and Butylated Hydroxytoluene Synthetic antioxidants used to extend shelf life. They are likely carcinogens and hormone disruptors and may cause liver damage. Found in: lipsticks, moisturizers, diaper creams, and other cosmetics. Coal tar hair dyes and other coal tar ingredients A byproduct of coal processing that is a known carcinogen. It is used as a colorant and an anti-dandruff agent. Found in: hair dye, shampoo. Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) A chelating (binding) agent added to cosmetics to improve stability. May be toxic to organs. Found in: hair color, moisturizers. Ethanolamines (MEA/DEA/TEA) Surfactants and pH adjuster linked to allergies, skin toxicity, hormone disruption, and inhibited fetal brain development. Found in: hair dyes, mascara, foundation, fragrances, sunscreens, dry cleaning solvents, paint, pharmaceuticals. Formaldehyde Used as a preservative in cosmetics. A known carcinogen that is also linked to asthma, neurotoxicity, and developmental toxicity. Present where quaternium-15, DMDM hydantoin, imidazolidinyl urea, diazolidinyl urea, sodium hydroxymethylglycinate, 2-bromo-2-nitropropane-1,3 diol (Bronopol), and several other preservatives are listed. Found in: shampoo, body wash, bubble bath. Hydroquinone A skin-lightening chemical that inhibits the production of melanin and is linked to cancer, organ toxicity, and skin irritation. Found in: skin-lightening creams. Methylisothiazolinone and methylchloroisothiazolinone Chemical preservatives that are among the most common irritants, sensitizers, and causes of contact skin allergies. Found in: shampoo, conditioner, body wash. Oxybenzone Sunscreen agent and ultraviolet light absorber linked to irritation, sensitization and allergies, and possible hormone disruption. Found in: sunscreen, moisturizer. Parabens (methyl-, isobutyl-, propyl- and others) A class of preservatives commonly used to prevent the growth of bacteria and mold. Parabens are endocrine (or hormone) disruptors, which may alter important hormone mechanisms in our bodies. Found in: shampoo, face cleanser, body wash, body lotion, foundation. Phthalates (DBP, DEHP, DEP and others) A class of plasticizing chemicals used to make products more pliable or to make fragrances stick to skin. Phthalates disrupt the endocrine system and may cause birth defects. Found in: synthetic fragrance, nail polish, hairspray, and plastic materials. Polyethylene glycol (PEG compounds) PEGs are widely used in cosmetics as thickeners, solvents, softeners, and moisture-carriers. Depending on manufacturing processes, PEGs may be contaminated with measurable amounts of ethylene oxide and 1,4-dioxane, which are both carcinogens. Found in: creams, sunscreen, shampoo. Retinyl palmitate (Vitamin A Palmitate) Retinyl palmitate is an ingredient composed of palmitic acid and retinol (Vitamin A). Data from an FDA study indicate that retinyl palmitate, when applied to the skin in the presence of sunlight, may result in adverse health consequences like lesions and photosensitization. FDA, Norwegian and German health agencies have raised a concern that daily skin application of vitamin A creams may contribute to excessive vitamin A intake for pregnant women and other populations. Sodium Lauryl Sulfate and Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLS and SLES) SLS and SLES are surfactants that can cause skin irritation or trigger allergies. SLES is often contaminated with 1,4-dioxane, a byproduct of a petrochemical process called ethoxylation, which is used to process other chemicals in order to make them less harsh. Found in: shampoo, body wash, bubble bath. Synthetic flavor or fragrance An engineered scent or flavoring agent that may contain any combination of 3,000-plus stock chemical ingredients, including hormone disruptors and allergens. Fragrance formulas are protected under federal law's classification of trade secrets and therefore can remain undisclosed. Found in: all types of cosmetics. Toluene A volatile petrochemical solvent that is toxic to the immune system and can cause birth defects. Found in: nail polish. Triclosan and Triclocarban Antimicrobial pesticides toxic to the aquatic environment; may also impact human reproductive systems. Found in: liquid soap, soap bars, toothpaste. **This information came from the Beautycounter website. Recycling codes to avoid when using plastics: 3, 6, 7 Join my FREE FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/balancedfitfreelife Instagram: @ramfitlife Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ramfitnessforwomen Website: www.raeannemullins.com
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lWhether we like to admit it or not, the outdoor industry can sometimes feel like an exclusive club. If you didn't grow up camping, hiking, canoeing, or mountain biking, all of the gear, specialized clothing, and different types of footwear can feel cumbersome and overwhelming to say the least. Enter Lindsey Lindemulder and her team at Merrell, industry leaders in the outdoor footwear space, who are actively seeking ways to expand access to the outdoors so that everyone can enjoy the simple power of time spent in nature. As Merrel's Senior Director of Brand Marketing, Lindsey understands the importance of establishing a brand that feels approachable and inclusive, whether you're an experienced hiker or a total novice. In this episode, we talk about representation in the outdoor industry, Merrell's approach to sustainability and their 2025 goals, and answer the question, “when did self-care get so hard?”Show NotesMerrellInside MerrellReport: Inclusivity in the OutdoorsMerrell Launches Collaboration with Painter Jordan Ann Craig (PR Newswire)Sustainability at MerrellMerrell ReTread ProgramKey Words: Merrell, Merrell Footwear, Footwear, Outdoors, Outdoor Industry, Nature, Marketing, Biophilia, Biophilic, Sustainability, Sustainable Design, Recycling, Recycling Program, Inclusivity, Representation, Diversity, Self-Care, Wellness, Recreation
VULTURE ISLAND WELCOMING COMMITTEE ft. Rob49 - Big Homies House Ep. 131 This week our homey comes to us from the land of the Poodats, New Orleans own, ROB49 !!!! Is the fly out Era over? Recycling, engagement rings, and how long engagements should last. Also, do all women cheat and where does Birdman rank on the list of top rap CEOs! All this and more!!!! Listen To THE BIG HOMIES HOUSE AUDIO HERE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-big-homies-house/id1520022230 This Weeks Guest: @rob49Up TIMESTAMPS 1:20 - Is The Flyout Era Over? 2:13 - Is Playing Hard To Get The Way To A Guys Heart?? 7:12 - Is It Thirsty To Comment On A Woman Pics On Social Media? 8:57 - Should Women Shoot Their Shot In The DMs? 12:24 - Should You Be Able To Recycle Engagement Rings 14:06 - Is 5 Years Too Long For Engagement 14:50 - Do All Women Cheat? 16:33 - Men MAKE Women Cheat? 17:24 - If She Gives Out Her IG, Is She CHEATING ? 28:09 - Is NO A Top 5 City For Hip Hop? 29:40 - Birdman is the GOAT Hip Hop Exec Over Jay Z! 44:56 - Can You Be A Successful Rapper If You Snitch? Big Homies House, The Big Homies House, Big Homie Kodaq, Big Homie Jojo, ATLANTA RADIO, ATLANTA, PODCAST, ATLANTA PODCAST, IHEARTRADIO, iheartatlanta, iheartpodcasts, Big Homies House, Rob49, Vulture Island, New Orleans Rap, New Orleans, Gunna, Gunna Wunna, Snitch, Birdman, Jay Z, Hot Boyz, Hov, Rihanna
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Robert is joined this week by Dr Megan O'Connor, co-founder and CEO of Nth Cycle, a metal processing company that has developed technology to enable a clean, domestic, and streamlined supply of critical minerals for the clean energy transition. Dr. O'Connor leverages years of experience working on sustainable technology in many of America's top research labs, where she helped develop the electro-extraction processes she and her team are commercializing at Nth Cycle. Prior to founding Nth Cycle, Dr. O'Connor was an Entrepreneurial Fellow in the Innovation Crossroads program at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and was a visiting researcher at Yale University's Center for Green Chemistry & Green Engineering. Dr. O'Connor received her PhD in environmental engineering from Duke University and was recognized by Forbes on its “30 under 30” energy list in 2019.
The ECB raised interest rates 0.5%, and signalled that future policy would be data-dependent. One would hope that in any well-run central bank, policy would always be data dependent. ECB President Lagarde was asked about the role of profits in driving inflation—the answer was not terribly insightful. Raising rates should tackle profit-led inflation, but it is an unnecessarily destructive way of achieving that goal.
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Jeff Toolson was born and raised right here in Jackson Hole. He is the owner of Toolson Telephone and a board member of The Jackson Hole Snow Devils. This week's episode of The Jackson Hole Connection is all about the Jackson Hole Snow Devils and their impact on the community. Jeff Toolson, whose family has been part of the Snow Devils for decades, discusses the history of the Snow Devil's, their fundraising efforts, and the 46th Annual World Championship Jackson Hole Snowmobile Hill Climb happening March 23 – 26. Get an inside look into the history of this extreme sport and learn about the challenges riders face during the ascent up Snow King Mountain.Find out more about the Snow Devils and Hill Climb at SnowDevils.orgThis week's episode is supported in part by First Republic Bank. At First Republic, everyone gets a personal banker who will sit down and learn about you and your financial goals. Isn't it time you align yourself with a bank that believes in you and your future success? Learn more at FirstRepublic.com. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender. Support also comes from Teton County Solid Waste and Recycling, reminding residents and commercial businesses of Teton County's food waste programs; the next frontier material in the quest to achieve the County's goal to reduce, aiming for zero waste. More at TetonCountyWY.gov or at @RoadToZeroWaste.JH on Instagram.Want to be a guest on The Jackson Hole Connection? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Marketing and editing support by Michael Moeri (michaelmoeri.com)
Episode 87. “… I've been broke pretty much my entire adult life. but I've always had an abundance of food and that makes me feel rich.”Jamie Truppi has a passion for connecting the mind-body-spirit with healing foods and plants from the earth.Jamie's life centers around food, people, nature, wellbeing, traveling, and cultivating meaningful experiences in this short, crazy life.As a functional nutritionist with a master's degree in science and nutrition and board certified as a Certified Nutrition Specialist, Jamie guides her clients to go from gut-brain-stress dis-ease to healing. More from Jamie:“… food is just one extension of the bigger picture of my values, but it is one that comes up constantly because, for example, when we choose a home to live in… we don't have to make it again for a while… When we choose to buy a car, we do that once and we don't have to think about it again for quite a few years, hopefully. However with food, we're making these choices five, six, seven, eight times a day… We are constantly making food choices and it can be really distressing for people who don't know what to choose.” “I remember fearing when I was a vegan, I was like, “what if I decide I want meat someday, and here I am calling myself a vegan, and then everyone's gonna call me a hypocrite. I'm gonna go down that road of judgment and criticism. So there's a lot of psychological distress around eating regardless of what the diet is.”“We just have to remember that it doesn't actually matter what other people think. What matters is what's right for us.”“… all of a sudden you start to expand your palate because you're like, “I wonder what that tastes like?” and this is food curiosity… and then we go back to psychological like, “oh gosh, I can't remove meat! I could never remove dairy. I don't know how I would function!” People have done harder things, and if we get playful and think of it as an experiment through the lens of childlike eyes, it's “I wonder how would I feel without dairy for a week?”For more information about Jamie and to purchase her book, Clean Food, Messy Life: A food lover's conscious journey back to self, visit: JamieTruppiNutrition.com.What came up for you as a result of this conversation? Let Linda know by going to Normal-Lies.com and leave a review. Linda reads every one and every month, she chooses one review to read on air. Who knows, she may choose yours!If you have a question or a topic you'd like addressed on an upcoming episode, go to Normal-Lies.com and click the contact page to send Linda a message. Or, click on the microphone icon at the bottom right of the page to leave a voicemail.
Pre-Loved Podcast is a weekly vintage fashion interview show, with guests you'll want to go thrifting with! For more Pre-Loved Podcast, subscribe to our Patreon! Today's show is with Kati, the founder of Dresscue, a rent-a-rack secondhand store in Los Angeles. Kati is originally from Finland, where the rent-a-rack concept is from – and you get to hear all about its origins on today's show. Rent-a-rack basically means that anyone can rent a rack from Dresscue and sell their preloved clothing. This rent-a-rack concept is something Kati grew up with and as she knew it was a great way to recycle the clothes you don't wear anymore whilst making some extra money. So chat about how she decided to bring the concept to Los Angeles, and all sorts of secondhand seller advice, so let's just dive right in! DISCUSSED IN THE EPISODE: [2:40] Kati discusses becoming concerned with the climate crisis and interested in sustainable fashion. [4:40] About the rent-a-rack concept, which started in Finland in the 1980s. [12:05] Her surprise that the rent-a-rack concept didn't exist in LA when she moved there, despite a great vintage fashion scene. [13:44] How the rent-a-rack model works at Dresscue [20:45] Tips to make the most money out of your consignment period. [29:10] Working with influencers to get the word out about your new brand. [32:32] Finding a like-minded community of people interested in sustainability through the store. [36:40] Her plans to spread the rent-a-rack concept, to make it a household concept in the US like it is in Finland. [38:40] Kati's minimalistic style and sustainable approach to clothing ownership. EPISODE MENTIONS: Dresscue @dresscue.la Relove in Helsinki Maanantai Market in Helsinki Siisti Kirppis in Helsinki Preloved market in Adelaide LET'S CONNECT:
We've been “saving the planet” for decades and environmental crises just continue to compound. All this Tesla driving, green-roofed corporate headquarters, and carbon trading seems to accomplish little to nothing — all while low-income communities of color continue to suffer the worst consequences. Jenny Price is an ardent advocate for increasing public environmental access, activism, and effectiveness in solving the myriad of challenges we face. She joined us in 2022 to talk about her latest book, 'Stop Saving the Planet, An Environmentalist Manifesto' [https://www.jennyjjprice.net/stop-saving-the-planet]. Its message is that environmental advocates must do better. She suggests a plan with 39 steps to get to cleaning up the toxic messes and rolling back climate change. Buy the Book: https://www.jennyjjprice.net/stop-saving-the-planet# Jenny Price is a writer and public artist, and a Research Fellow at the Sam Fox School at Washington University-St. Louis. She tells stories about the environment and public space, and deploys a wide variety of public arts and humanities formats to do so. Her writings include Stop Saving the Planet: An Environmentalist Manifesto (2021); Flight Maps: Adventures with Nature in Modern America; “Thirteen Ways of Seeing Nature in L.A.” and other essays; op-eds in the NY Times and LA Times; and her not-quite advice column “Green Me Up JJ.” She has created, co-created, and sometimes stumbled into public art projects to work for environmental justice, as well as to de-privatize essential public spaces. She has co-founded the LA Urban Rangers collective, led tours of the concrete LA River, designed the alternative Nature Trail in Laumeier Sculpture Park, co-launched the "What Are You Doing?! (stop saving the planet!)” video series, and co-created the popular Our Malibu Beaches mobile phone app. Jessica Aldridge, Co-Host and Producer of EcoJustice Radio, is an environmental educator, community organizer, and 15-year waste industry leader. She is a co-founder of SoCal 350, organizer for ReusableLA, and founded Adventures in Waste. She is a former professor of Recycling and Resource Management at Santa Monica College, and an award recipient of the international 2021 Women in Sustainability Leadership and the 2016 inaugural Waste360, 40 Under 40. Podcast Website: http://ecojusticeradio.org/ Podcast Blog: https://wilderutopia.com/ecojustice-radio/stop-saving-the-planet-an-environmentalist-manifesto-ep-125/ Support the Podcast: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=LBGXTRM292TFC&source=url Hosted by Jessica Aldridge Engineer and Original Music: Blake Quake Beats Executive Producer: Jack Eidt Episode 125 Photo credit: Igor Heifetz
God won’t waste your pain. In fact, if you let Him, God will use your pain to bring powerful healing to others. Join us this week as our Healing Choices series concludes.
Wednesday marked the final day for legislators to pass bills from the chamber they originated in, meaning most bills that didn't receive a vote on the floor will no longer be considered this session.
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How should we talk to kids about climate change? From Belgian teens interacting with climate change on a philosophical level to an eco-bank in Peru where kids can open their first bank account to a new primary school climate program in Ghana, this week on Living Planet, we find out how schools and organizations are engaging young people on one of the most important issues of our time.
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What Are The Propaganda Campaigns Of The Four Companies Who Now Own Most Of The Seeds And Pesticides? Stacy Malkan • https://usrtk.org/• Book - Not Just a Pretty Face #StacyMalkan #CosmeticDangers #EnvironmentalHealthIssues Stacy Malkan is co-founder and managing editor of U.S. Right to Know, a nonprofit investigative research group focused on promoting transparency for public health usrtk.org. She began working on environmental health issues in 2001 and has researched food and agriculture, with a focus on agrichemical industry misinformation campaigns, since 2012.Stacy is author of the award-winning book, Not Just a Pretty Face: The Ugly Side of the Beauty Industry. The book Is a The girls' guide to giving the cosmetics industry a makeover.Lead in lipstick? 1,4 dioxane in baby soap? Coal tar in shampoo? How is this possible?Simple. The $35 billion cosmetics industry is so powerful that they've kept themselves unregulated for decades. Not one cosmetic product has to be approved by the US Food and Drug Administration before hitting the market. Incredible? Consider this: The European Union has banned more than 1,100 chemicals from cosmetics. The United States has banned just 10.Only 11% of chemicals used in cosmetics in the US have been assessed for health and safety – leaving a staggering 89% with unknown or undisclosed effects.More than 70% of all personal care products may contain phthalates, which are linked to birth defects and infertility.Many baby soaps are contaminated with the cancer-causing chemical 1,4 dioxane. It's not just women who are affected by this chemists' brew. Shampoo, deodorant, face lotion and other products used daily by men, women and children contain hazardous chemicals that the industry claims are "within acceptable limits." But there's nothing acceptable about daily multiple exposures to carcinogenic chemicals-from products that are supposed to make us feel healthy and beautiful. Not Just a Pretty Face delves deeply into the dark side of the beauty industry and looks to hopeful solutions for a healthier future. This scathing investigation peels away less-than-lovely layers to expose an industry in dire need of an extreme makeover.Stacy Malkan is also a co-founder of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, a coalition of health groups that exposed hazardous chemicals in nail polish, baby products, make-up and hair products and pressured companies to reformulate to safer products. Her work has been published in Time magazine, New York Times, Washington Post, Nature Biotechnology and many other outlets. She has appeared in Teen Vogue, Good Morning America, Wall Street Journal, San Jose Mercury News, San Francisco Chronicle, Democracy Now! and documentary films including The Human Experiment produced by Sean Penn, Pink Skies and Stink Movie (now playing on Netflix). Stacy was media director for the California Right to Know ballot initiative to label genetically engineered foods.For eight years, she served as communications director for Health Care Without Harm, an international coalition of health groups working to transform health care, so it is no longer a source of environmental harm. Prior to that role, she worked for a decade as a journalist, editor, and newspaper publisher in Colorado. She now lives in the California Bay Area with her husband and son.To Contact Stacy Malkan go to usrtk.org Disclaimer:Medical and Health information changes constantly. Therefore, the information provided in this podcast should not be considered current, complete, or exhaustive. Reliance on any information provided in this podcast is solely at your own risk. The Real Truth About Health does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, or opinions referenced in the following podcasts, nor does it exercise any authority or editorial control over that material. The Real Truth About Health provides a forum for discussion of public health issues. The views and opinions of our panelists do not necessarily reflect those of The Real Truth About Health and are provided by those panelists in their individual capacities. The Real Truth About Health has not reviewed or evaluated those statements or claims.
"Basic commodities we rely on as a mining industry we have to look for today because the Fed is cutting off supply chains," says Keith Neumeyer, president and CEO of First Majestic Silver Corp. "We're going to have long-term inflation... I think we are going to have an inflationary period that's going to last the next decade," he says at the Gold & Silver reception during PDAC 2023. "On a dollar basis, we are producing more gold than silver right now... Gold creates the stability we need on a balance sheet," Neumeyer continues. "Copper is the highway, and silver is the glue... Recycling is virtually at zero for silver, " he argues. "The entire mining sector is down, and we are heavily affected by the silver price. "We're still focusing on Mexico, I've not given up on it, I think it's a great place for a silver and gold company to be," Neumeyer states. "There is something going on behind the scenes with central banks hoarding gold, and because of that, we're going to see new highs in gold at the end of the year... $3,000 gold and $30 silver," he concludes. ➡️ Watch Here
Taylor-Ann Smith is a graphic designer and the entrepreneur behind Ride Force. Taylor-Ann is originally from Montana, but has Wyoming roots. Taylor-Ann started Ride Force 3 years ago after she discovered that she couldn't find any clothes that made her look and feel good on her mountain bike. In this episode, Taylor-Ann shares her fascinating story about what led her to move to Jackson and her family's deep roots in Wyoming. We learn about her grandfather Duane Wiltse, who pioneered the first KOA in Wyoming, and her other grandparents who owned a cabin in Colter Bay.Stephan and Taylor-Ann engage in a compelling conversation about the birth of Ride Force, delving into how Taylor-Ann manages to balance her full-time job as a graphic designer while also running a successful business. The two explore the topic of overcoming obstacles and fears when embarking on new ventures, and Taylor-Ann openly shares the ups and downs of creating a clothing brand from scratch. Above all, she explains how she is striving to make a positive difference for anyone who wants to enjoy their favorite outdoor activities, no matter their body type. Find out more about Taylor-Ann and Ride Force at Ride-Force.comThis week's episode is supported in part by First Republic Bank. At First Republic, everyone gets a personal banker who will sit down and learn about you and your financial goals. Isn't it time you align yourself with a bank that believes in you and your future success? Learn more at FirstRepublic.com. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender. Support also comes from Teton County Solid Waste and Recycling, reminding businesses of Teton County's “Curb to Compost” Program for food waste collection; an important next step in your restaurant's recycling program. More at TetonCountyWY.gov or at @RoadToZeroWaste.JH on Instagram.Want to be a guest on The Jackson Hole Connection? Email us at email@example.com. Marketing and editing support by Michael Moeri (michaelmoeri.com)
I give Ryan Renyolds and Hugh Jackman an amazing idea for their new Deadpool movie. And now I wait.Do we need daylight savings time? A study found a 24% increase in heart attacks the Monday after daylight saving time started. I explain some of the pros and cons of DST.World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is reportedly having discussions with gambling regulators in Colorado and Michigan to legalize betting on the company's high-profile scripted matches. According to CNBC.A cruise line is offering a three year cruise for $30,000 per person - per year. Would you do it?NEW PRODUCT ALERT:Sunny D has a Vodka Seltzer.Reese's Pieces plant based oat chocolate confection and peanut butter. What was it made out of before?? I know the answer is milk, but I like to imagine they are secretly made with meat.I DON'T WANT TO TALK ABOUT IT:A guy complained because he was kicked out of a McDonalds for not wearing shoes. What adult doesn't know that rule?A woman found her husband's dead body in their home months after he vanished... I'm not saying she did it, but she probably did it.A $2.04 billion Powerball winner bought a $25.5 MILLION Hollywood mansion... like an idiot.Chris Rock hurt Will Smith's feelings.
Hello Plant People! This week on In the Grow, we pick up where we left off last week in our conversation with Nick Nowicki of Good Earth Recycling.
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Batterien von Elektro-Autos enthalten neben Lithium, Mangan, Kobalt und Nickel auch Grafit. Beim Recycling sind bislang aber meist nur die wertvollen Metalle im Blick. Ein neues Verfahren fürs Grafit-Recycling soll das ändern.Neumeier, Claudiawww.deutschlandfunk.de, Forschung aktuellDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
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Learn about the latest in local public affairs in about the time it takes for a coffee break! Brian Callanan of Seattle Channel and David Kroman of the Seattle Times discuss the City Council's upcoming work on the Vision Zero traffic safety initiative, work towards waste reduction for the city and state of Washington, concern over dropping public school enrollment numbers, a new report on ADU construction, and an update on the impact of King County's repeal of its helmet law for bicyclists. If you like this podcast, please support it on Patreon!
Are you recycling while still saving the Earth in the process? Recycling is a great side hustle, and with so many options of what to collect and turn in for cash, anyone can do it. On this episode of Eight Frugal Minutes, we share different ideas on what items to start recycling and make money immediately. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eight-frugal-minutes/message
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In January last year, a clothing recycling company diverted 11 kilograms of unwanted textiles from the landfill. Last month they saved 11 tonnes. Jeff Vollebregt is the director of Upparel, he speaks to Jesse.
Our expert Stefanie Valentic (@steftalkstrash) gives the IDKAT a couple of mind-blown moments about recycling. Watch Stef's YouTube show "Stef Talks Trash" on the WasteExpo channel @wasteexpo1212 or go to www.waste360.com. Jim's new special "High & Dry" is now available on Netflix! Subscribe to our Patreon at patreon.com/IDKAT for ad free episodes, bonus episodes, and more exclusive perks! Tiers start at just $2!
- Tesla Mexico Progressing at Lightning Speed - EV Pickup Owners Use Trucks Differently - GM's Ultra Cruise Requires 15 Sensors - New Kona EV Has 300 Miles of Range - Hyundai Introducing Automatic Suspension System - Audi Wants top Recycle Old Cars Into New Ones - Mercedes Opens New Battery Recycling Plant - Honda AV Helps Make Work Easier - Lambo Upgrades Hybrid to 1,000HP - New Renault Espace Claims Largest Glass Roof
- Tesla Mexico Progressing at Lightning Speed - EV Pickup Owners Use Trucks Differently - GM's Ultra Cruise Requires 15 Sensors - New Kona EV Has 300 Miles of Range - Hyundai Introducing Automatic Suspension System - Audi Wants top Recycle Old Cars Into New Ones - Mercedes Opens New Battery Recycling Plant - Honda AV Helps Make Work Easier - Lambo Upgrades Hybrid to 1,000HP - New Renault Espace Claims Largest Glass Roof
The fashion industry contributes to roughly 10% of all global carbon emissions (releasing 1.2 billion tonnes of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere every year). It is also the world's second worst offender in terms of water and plastic pollution, seeing that the majority of our clothes are made from plastic and contribute to microplastic pollution. In this show, our guest Dr. Joanne Brasch, Special Projects Manager for California Product Stewardship Council, walks us through the current state of disposal, shares what prime solutions must exist, and how their organization and others are pushing on policies and legislation that will hold manufacturers accountable, create transparent industry practices, and address social and environmental justice concerns. It is estimated that 100 billion garments are produced each year, while 92 million tons end up in landfills. That is the equivalent of one trash truck full of clothes being dumped into the landfill every second. In 7 years, it is expected that the 92 million discarded tons will increase upwards of 148 million tons according to Fashion Revolution. In the United States, wasted clothing and textiles make up almost 8% of all landfill waste. Many times, textile waste isn't recycled due a complex web of issues from mixed material types to lack of sorting and processing infrastructure. Undesirable clothing donated to thrift stores or dropped off in parking lot collection bins could very well be disguised as second hand clothing that is exported to and dumped on other countries, such as Ghana, Kenya, Chile and more. A recent documentary revealed that 300m items of junk plastic clothing from around the world are dumped in Kenya every year. So what needs to happen to turn the tide on the textile dilemma? LISTEN TO THE EXTENDED INTERVIEW: https://www.patreon.com/posts/joanne-brasch-of-79723489 Dr. Joanne Brasch holds a PhD in Textile Economics and Environmental Analysis from the University of California, Davis, where she also received a Master's degree in Textile Science and a Bachelor's degree in International Agricultural Development. She currently works as Special Project Manager at the California Product Stewardship Council (CPSC) [https://www.calpsc.org/textilestewardship] and has worked for its national spinoff, the National Stewardship Action Council (NSAC). Dr. Brasch is appointed by the state agency CalRecycle to two advisory committees for carpet and mattress recycling where she serves as the chair on both. She made Waste360's 2021 “40 under 40” awardees list. Jessica Aldridge, Co-Host and Producer of EcoJustice Radio, is an environmental educator, community organizer, and 15-year waste industry leader. She is a co-founder of SoCal 350, organizer for ReusableLA, and founded Adventures in Waste. She is a former professor of Recycling and Resource Management at Santa Monica College, and an award recipient of the international 2021 Women in Sustainability Leadership and the 2016 inaugural Waste360, 40 Under 40. More Info/Resources: https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billTextClient.xhtml?bill_id=202320240SB707 Related Shows: Circular Fashion: Designing for Equity & Environment https://wilderutopia.com/ecojustice-radio/circular-fashion-designing-for-equity-environment/ The Steep Environmental and Social Costs of the Fashion Industry https://wilderutopia.com/ecojustice-radio/the-steep-environmental-and-social-costs-of-the-fashion-industry/ Podcast Website: http://ecojusticeradio.org/ Podcast Blog: https://www.wilderutopia.com/category/ecojustice-radio/ Support the Podcast: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=LBGXTRM292TFC&source=url Guest: Dr. Joanne Brasch Executive Producer: Jack Eidt Host and Producer: Jessica Aldridge Engineer and Original Music: Blake Quake Beats Episode 167
Rosie and Mark hang out live on Twitch this week with Killahronh aka Ronnie Bronco to talk about dermatologist visits, hip hop, baby shower registries, and recycling.Reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on:Instagram @notanothermonTwitter @Mondayanother
It Takes Two with Amy and JJ bring you information about curbside recycling in the City of Fargo and a new rule that will require citizens to keep glass out of the curbside recycling bins and require you to bring them into one of the city's recycling centers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Electric vehicle battery recycling is an essential process for reducing waste and reusing valuable materials. Li-Cycle is a leading company in lithium-ion battery recycling, using their innovative spoke and hub process to collect and process batteries from various sources.Other companies like Standard Lithium and Tesla also have sustainable battery recycling programs that extract materials like lithium, cobalt, and nickel from old EV batteries. By recycling and reusing these materials, we can reduce our reliance on mining and create a more sustainable future.Link to the featured article:https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/2111950403854Grab a copy of my book: https://partsmanagerpro.gumroad.com/l/qtqax "The Parts Manager Guide" - https://www.amazon.com/Parts-Manager-Guide-Strategies-Maximize-ebook/dp/B09S23HQ1P/ref=sr_1_4?crid=3UZYOGZJUNJ9K&keywords=parts+manager+guide&qid=1644443157&sprefix=parts+manager+guid%2Caps%2C244&sr=8-4Please remember to like, share and leave your comments.Videos are uploaded weekly.Visit my website for more! https://www.partsmanagerprof.com/For the full video you can find it here on my YouTube channel: The Rise of Electric Vehicle Battery RecyclingIf you want me to continue making videos like these, please donate to our paypal account: paypal.me/partsmanagerproFair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. No copyright infringement intended. ALL RIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS* This video is for educational and entertainment purposes only.
Republican-led states are embracing chemical recycling, a high-temperature plastic melting process that's criticized by environmentalists. The GOP approach is allowing them to financially benefit off Democrat-led states that recycle more plastic waste. POLITICO's Jordan Wolman breaks down the red-blue divide over recycling. Plus, Holtec International is pursuing a separate DOE lifeline to restart its Michigan nuclear facility. Josh Siegel is an energy reporter for POLITICO. Jordan Wolman is a sustainability reporter for POLITICO. Nirmal Mulaikal is a POLITICO audio host-producer. Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the executive producer of POLITICO's audio department.
While I don't enjoy the "news" much, I do enjoy reading the Sunday newspaper (crossword a fav) spread across the kitchen table and a cup of coffee within reach. Recycling your newspaper is, of course a good idea, but there are other ways to repurpose it. Learn more on today's Garden Bite.
Did you know that bottle bills have the potential to reduce the waste stream significantly, yet only nine states have beverage container deposit programs in place? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Nancy Alderman, MES, founder and president of Environment and Human Health, Inc. (EHHI), a non-profit organization composed of physicians and public health professionals who are dedicated to protecting human health from environmental harms. Alderman discusses the importance of bottle bills in significantly reducing the waste stream. The Container Recycling Institute provides statistics, myths and facts about bottle bills: https://www.container-recycling.org/Related website: www.ehhi.org
Peter Rork is a retired orthopedic surgeon and co-founder and pilot for Dog is My CoPilot. In this episode, Peter shares his inspiring journey of finding purpose in his life after his wife passed away.In 2012, he teamed up with Judy Zimet, a Scottsdale real estate attorney and animal lover, to start Dog Is My CoPilot. Over the past decade, Dog is My CoPilot has grown from flying 20-30 pets at a time to now rescuing 1,000 dogs and cats a month all across the country.Peter and Stephan talk about the dedication of the volunteers at the animal shelters and the hard work and logistics that goes into transporting hundreds of animals at a time. In 2023, their volunteer pilot team has grown, and they now have ten pilots helping to fly their rescue missions.Dog is My CoPilot works collaboratively with city shelters, local animal welfare organizations, and individuals to save the lives of pets abandoned in animal shelters. They reduce animal euthanasia in overcrowded shelters by ensuring that each pet has the chance to find a safe and loving home.Find out more about Peter and Dog is My CoPilot at dogcopilot.orgThis week's episode is supported in part by Teton County Solid Waste and Recycling, reminding businesses of Teton County's “Curb to Compost” Program for food waste collection; an important next step in your restaurant's recycling program. More at TetonCountyWY.gov or at @RoadToZeroWaste.JH on Instagram.Support also comes from Compass Real Estate, the region's largest and most dynamic real estate company in the valley. For more information and to view current listings visit COMPASS.com or at @compassjacksonholeWant to be a guest on The Jackson Hole Connection? Email us at email@example.com. Marketing and editing support by Michael Moeri (michaelmoeri.com)
Run to Remember Memorial Marathon Podcast
This week, Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt joins host Kristen Fares and Race Director Kari Watkins to talk about the Memorial Marathon's powerful impact and what's new for 2023. He also explains how his “One OKC” message of unity and finding common purpose parallels the mission of the Marathon and the Memorial.Then, Amanda Scofield from the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality describes her team's recycling and composting efforts. She also details how runners can do their part to protect the environment during Marathon Weekend.And last, even with nine young children between them, sisters Katy Turney, Kelly Connel and Kristen Neal make time to train for the Memorial Marathon. They share how training and crossing the finish line together has bonded them even closer.Follow the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the latest marathon updates and visit www.OKCMarathon.com to sign up to run, volunteer or learn more—and be sure to register for races before the March 4 price increase.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OKCMarathonTwitter: https://twitter.com/okcmarathonInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/okcmarathon
Do you know what's in your beauty products? You may think of the active ingredients and their effectiveness in your beauty routine. Do you ever think about whether they have microplastics in them and how your packaging is most likely single-use? Most people think plastics are limited to things we can see — from plastic bags to plastic bottles. The truth is that microplastics are everywhere in the beauty industry. For example, nylon is often used to make products feel smoother. In this episode, Jo Chidley shares her journey to reduce plastics in the beauty industry through Beauty Kitchen and Re. She shares that 95% of beauty packaging is single-use — and most of them never get recycled. Faced with this problem, she created Re, a reuse packaging infrastructure supporting Beauty Kitchen and other beauty brands. If you want to learn more about how to reimagine the beauty industry and how you can start applying a circular economy concept to your business, tune in to this episode now!3 reasons why you should listen to the full episode:Discover how the beauty industry uses plastics not just for their packaging but also as beauty product ingredients. Learn how Beauty Kitchen and Re are changing the standards in the beauty industry by using sustainable materials and the circular economy concept. Understand how reuse is the future of packaging and how your business can apply the concept. Episode Highlights[02:35] Introducing Jo and Beauty Kitchen [05:55] How Big Businesses Work [08:33] How to Make Sustainability Part of Your Business [11:04] What are Microplastics? [14:31] Rethinking Beauty Packaging [21:26] The Beauty of Reuse [24:54] Transition to Reuse Packaging [29:08] How Business can Apply a Reuse Model [31:15] BCorps vs Cradle to Cradle [33:36] The Importance of Certification ResourcesCheck out a previous Her CEO Journey episode, Saving the Earth Through Compostable Packaging - The Journey of Kate FlynnBeauty Kitchen: Website I Facebook I Twitter I Instagram I Youtube I TikTok I LinkedIn. Re: Website I Twitter I LinkedInB Corporations: WebsiteEllen MacArthur Foundation: WebsiteCradle to Cradle Institute: WebsiteConnect with Jo Chidley: LinkedInEnjoyed This Podcast?Write a review and share this with your friends.Connect With the Profit ReimaginedReady to transform your purpose into an impactful business financial story, profit, and joy? Schedule a chat with the team at any time.
As we get ready for this year's Plastics Recycling Conference, a gathering of over 2000 power players in plastics and recycling industries, the Recycled Content team welcomes back Dan Leif, managing editor at Resource Recycling, Inc. Host Kara Pochiro and Dan discuss hot topics in plastics recycling that will be covered at the conference, including the issues that keynote speaker Monica Medina, Assistant Secretary for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs at the State Department, will address. Tune in to hear insights from Dan on how to improve plastics recycling to keep up with the times, the latest market trends, and how universities are vital to recruiting the next generation of industry innovators.
The Squiz is your shortcut to the news. More details and links to further reading for all of today's news can be found in The Squiz Today email. Click here to get it in your inbox each weekday morning. You can listen to the Squiz Shortcut on Recycling here. Other things we do: Squiz Shortcuts - a weekly explainer on big news topics Squiz Kids - a news podcast for curious kids. Age-appropriate news without the nasties!
Plenty of us have a go at recycling - but it turns out a whole lot more than we think is ending up in landfill, despite a bunch of good intentions… So in this episode of Squiz Shortcuts, we take a look at how recycling is organised in Australia, why soft plastics are one of our biggest issues, and what we can do to stop a massive waste problem. Squiz recommends: Clean Up Australia's tips to reduce waste 'Dow said it was recycling our shoes. We found them at an Indonesian flea market' - Reuters
In the second hour of the morning show, Larry O'Connor and Julie Gunlock talked to Cal Thomas. They also discussed President Biden's Black History comments, Walmart's plans to leave one of their D.C. stores, the Dow's unique recycling news and Hannah Jones takes on a local immigrant in a Twitter battle. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock, @patricepinkfile and @heatherhunterdc.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Advanced recycling kicks off part one of a six-part sustainability sit down with Packaging World editors Anne Marie Mohen and Matt Reynolds. Mohen and Reynolds cover sustainability and packaging materials daily for Packaging World and rank among the most knowledgeable in the packaging and processing industry on current trends and breakthroughs. In this episode, the pair discuss how advanced recycling could be the next step in ensuring packaging sustainability, as it focuses on breaking down difficult-to-recycle materials to a molecular level before reuse.Join us for more of this important conversation at the Packaging Recycling Summit, presented by Packaging World Nov. 6-8, 2023, at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead. For more information and to register, please visit: PackagingRecyclingSummit.comSupport the show
Recycling in Boise can be confusing, but we've got your back! From “wishcycling,” to what to do with those crinkly plastic water bottles and pizza boxes, we're setting the record straight. We're sorting through what can and can't get tossed in the big blue bin, and asking the question — how full is our landfill? We recommend keeping these printables from the City of Boise handy. Still have more questions about reducing, reusing and recycling in the City of Trees? Let us know by sending us a voicemail or text: 208-546-9485. Want some more Boise recycling info? Head over to our Hey Boise newsletter where you'll get a cheatsheet to the city every weekday morning. Can't get enough of us?! We get it. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Interested in advertising with City Cast Boise? Find more info HERE Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the last lesson of our series and the last choice, we'll learn the “Y” in our R-E-C-O-V-E-R-Y acrostic stands for “Yield.” It also stands for “You.” God wants you to yield to Him and allow Him to recycle the pain in your life for the benefit of others. We're going to answer two important questions in this message: “Why does God allow our pain?” And “How can we use our pain to help others?” At the end of this message, Rachelle will share a bit of her story with us.
Living on a fixed income or struggling to make ends meet puts professional organizing help, custom storage solutions, and expensive products out of reach for many of us. But a tight budget doesn't have to be an obstacle to the organized life you want to live! In episode #158 of The Clutter Fairy Weekly, Gayle Goddard, professional organizer and owner of The Clutter Fairy in Houston, Texas, offers suggestions for lower-cost (or free!) strategies and solutions for the do-it-yourself organizer on a modest budget.Show notes: http://cfhou.com/tcfw158Results of last week's survey: http://cfhou.com/results158Take the survey: http://cfhou.com/survey158Link mentioned in this episode: The Buy Nothing ProjectThe Clutter Fairy Weekly is a live webcast and podcast designed to help you clear your clutter and make space in your home and your life for more of what you love. We meet Tuesdays at noon (U.S. Central Time) to answer your decluttering questions and to share organizing tools and techniques, success stories and “ah-hah!” moments, seasonal suggestions, and timeless tips.To participate live in our weekly webcast, join our Meetup group, follow us on Facebook, or subscribe to our mailing list. You can also watch the videos of our webcast on YouTube.Support the show
Today Jason and Kelly will be covering the sustainable stories from the month of February 2023. These stories include: REI banning PFAS, recycling wind turbine blades, Our Next Energy launching renewable energy storage, and the dodo bird. Follow us on social media @sustainabiliME.pod Sources: https://www.vestas.com/en/media/company-news/2023/vestas-unveils-circularity-solution-to-end-landfill-for-c3710818 https://grist.org/accountability/rei-will-ban-forever-chemicals-from-clothes-and-cookware-in-2024/ https://www.detroitnews.com/story/business/autos/2023/02/23/novi-based-our-next-energy-expands-into-renewable-energy-storage/69932611007/ https://www.sciencealert.com/a-billion-dollar-biotech-company-plans-to-bring-the-dodo-back-to-life
Kassia Lilly is the Vice President of Operations for Goodwill of the Kanawha Valley. In this episode, she shares insights on Goodwill's local and national impact, their efforts to provide job training and placement opportunities, the growth of recycling in the state, and much more! ———— Want to sign up for our flagship event, the Almost Heaven Classic? Find out more! The Mountaineer Media Podcast is produced by Mason Jack and hosted by Cooper Simmerman and C.J. Harvey. Special thanks to our bloggers and live events members: Andrew Montes, Joslyn Barnhart, Logan Garrison, Joe Justice, Jessica Riggins and Amanda Larch. Know someone we should have on the podcast? Send us a note!