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The Tom and Curley Show
Hour 3: How to clean and reuse your mask

The Tom and Curley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 30:20


How to clean and reuse your KN95, N95 mask as prices surge // 5 reasons you should not deliberately catch Omicron to 'get it over with' // Simon Sefzik to replace late Sen. Doug Ericksen in Washington Senate // LETTERS See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Slow Home Podcast
50 ways to (seriously) reduce food waste - Summer Series

The Slow Home Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 52:49


Part 2 of this year's Summer Series/Winter Warmies sees Ben and Brooke look way back into the archives with a 2017 banger on food waste reduction featuring over 50 ways you can seriously reduce your waste footprint. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/slow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Marketing O'Clock
Reduce, Reuse, Repost. TikTok Recycles Popular Feature from Vine

Marketing O'Clock

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 70:35


This week on Marketing O'Clock, we're keeping you (re)posted on new features coming to TikTok, the new Chrome 97 allows you to record interactions on your site, and your Instagram feed is about to get a whole lot less familiar. Plus, PBR is reASSessing their social media strategy after some controversial Tweets went viral. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Intro - 00:00

The Indisposable Podcast
Craft Beer takes the Reuse Route

The Indisposable Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 56:28


This week, host Matt Prindiville chats with a new member of Upstream's Board of Directors, entrepreneur Daniel Velez – Co-founder and CEO of Growly, an innovative online craft beer delivery service. Based in Phoenix, Arizona, Growly uses the milkman model to deliver locally made craft beer, cold brew coffee, and kombucha in returnable growlers. Tune in to hear how Daniel is pioneering craft beverage packaging with reusable growlers and innovative delivery systems.Resources: Daniel Velez on LinkedInGrowly's websiteGrowly on FacebookGrowly on Instagram

Nashville Daily
Reduce, Reuse, Close | Episode 721

Nashville Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 19:39


Nashville's NYE bash shows pre pandemic numbers. One of the biggest pains of being a Nashville citizen has been relieved. Plus, Nashville's recycling problem and how long will it be before you set that bin outside of your house again?Become a subscriber! Visit us at https://www.patreon.com/nashvilledailyTake a Tour With Us! Use code NASH for 20% off - https://www.xplrnash.com/toursTEXT US: 615-392-1358Today's Sponsors: Screened ThreadsUse the Code "NashvilleDaily" for 10% off online and in-storehttps://screenedthreads.com/Nash NewsNashville's NYE bash reaches near pre-pandemic attendancehttps://www.newschannel5.com/news/nashvilles-new-years-eve-bash-reaches-near-pre-pandemic-attendanceMetro Council will decide the fate of vehicle emissions testing in Davidson Countyhttps://www.newschannel5.com/news/metro-council-will-decide-the-fate-of-vehicle-emissions-testing-in-davidson-countyStorm 5 Alert issued for snowy forecast later this week​​https://www.newschannel5.com/news/storm-5-alert-issued-for-snowy-forecast-later-this-weekWhataburger opens first Nashville location this weekhttps://www.newschannel5.com/news/whataburger-opens-first-nashville-location-this-weekNashville's Recycling Problem Trash and Recycling Services in Nashvillehttps://www.nashville.gov/departments/water/waste-and-recycling​​Nashville suspends recycling pickup services due to trash collection issueshttps://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/davidson/2021/12/21/nashville-suspends-recycling-pickup-services-due-trash-collection-issues/8976708002/Curbside recycling in Metro Nashville temporarily suspendedhttps://www.newschannel5.com/news/curbside-recycling-in-metro-nashville-temporarily-suspendedNashville residents roll recyclables to Harris-Hillman School while city's curbside program on pausehttps://www.newschannel5.com/news/nashville-residents-roll-recyclables-to-harris-hillman-school-while-citys-curbside-program-on-pauseNashville Daily Artist of the Day Playlisthttps://open.spotify.com/playlist/51eNcUWPg7qtj8KECrbuwx?si=nEfxeOgmTv6rFUyhVUJY9AFollow us @ XPLR NASHWebsite -  https://nashvilledailypodcast.com/YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/xplrnashInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/xplr.nash/Twitter - https://twitter.com/xplr_nashNASHVILLE & XPLR MERCH - https://www.xplrnash.com/shopMedia and other inquiries please email hello@xplr.lifeArtists can submit songs to be featured here https://forms.gle/mtkxUCFds7g9e2466

Bottle Ship
The Pom Pom

Bottle Ship

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 14:16


In this episode the Jifflings find a colourful cheerleaders pom pom and Miss Katy tells a story that helps Albert to learn that if you want to be good at something you need to practice.

Middle Georgia's ESPN
The Bill Shanks Show - Segment 4/Jake Reuse Interview - 1/4/22

Middle Georgia's ESPN

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 19:06


URBAN GRANOLA: Stylishly Sustainable 101
Day 3: One Cup, Many Cups of Coffee

URBAN GRANOLA: Stylishly Sustainable 101

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 3:00


It only counts as one cup of coffee if you keep refilling the same up...that's how that works right?! Tag @pink_over_plastic with any coffee at the office pics + tag your work BFF to challenge them to use a reusable coffee cup with you!  

The Indisposable Podcast
Reuse (and Wine) On-Tap

The Indisposable Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 39:41


This week, host Matt Prindiville joins Charles Bieler – Founder and CEO of Bieler Wines, winemaker, and innovator – to discuss reuse in wine and wine service. At the forefront of the industry for more than 20 years, Bieler has been named by Food & Wine Magazine and the Wine Enthusiast as one of the “40 Big Food Thinkers Under 40.” From wine on-tap in restaurants to a return-to-retail reusable/refillable bottle system, hear how Charles is working to reimagine the wine industry's role in supporting the shift to an emerging reuse economy. Resources:Bieler Wines website: https://www.bielerwines.com/Bieler Wines on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bielerwines/  The Gotham Project: http://gothamproject.net/Charles Bieler on Twitter: https://twitter.com/charlesbieler

Bottle Ship
The Dressmaker's Thimble

Bottle Ship

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 14:38


In this episode the Jifflings find a thimble for sewing and Young Pumpkin tells a story that teaches Miss Katy not to distract someone when they're trying to learn.

Middle Georgia's ESPN
The Bill Shanks Show - Jake Reuse Interview - 12/21/21

Middle Georgia's ESPN

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 15:36


Starting Sustainability: Sustainable Living: eco-friendly: environment: green: recycle: zero-waste

www.startingsustainability.com Only a few days left before Christmas! Did you get something for everyone? Did you just now realize you forgot someone? Or were you invited to a party last minute? Are you driving to your destination right now?!?! Yes I have lots of ideas to help you in this last minute pinch. www.startingsustainability.com/episode110 Support the show by shopping at our Etsy Store: StartSustainableFor beauty products shop Plaine Products- Promo code "Start" for 20% off.Need groceries? Imperfect Foods- Promo code "SS10" for $10 off first box.School or Office supplies go to Earth Hero- Promo code "Start" for 10% off.

The Indisposable Podcast
Scaling Supply Chains with Reuse

The Indisposable Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 56:47


Rounding out our special series for The Reusies™, Matt Prindiville talks with Garr Punnett, Chief of Staff and Circular Economist at Rheaply – the National Reuse Awards 2021 Most Innovative Reuse Company award winner. Rheaply's online resource management and exchange platform helps businesses around the world better manage their physical assets to improve supply chain issues and minimize resource waste. Tune in to learn how Rheaply is changing the game in an era when the need for circular business operations is greater than ever.Resources:Rheaply websiteGarr on LinkedInRheaply's Multi-usiverse Podcast 

Earth Wise
The Great Christmas Tree Debate | Earth Wise

Earth Wise

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 2:00


Along with cookies and carols, the Christmas tree is a quintessential part of the holiday season for many people.  According to the American Christmas Tree Association, approximately 75% of Christmas trees in American homes this year will be artificial.  But are artificial trees really the better option for the planet? The short answer is no.  […]

Middle Georgia's ESPN
The Bill Shanks Show - Segment 6/Jake Reuse Interview - 12/14/21

Middle Georgia's ESPN

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 13:17


Human Factors Cast
Designing Products For Re-use | Human Factors Minute | #TeamSeas Bonus Episode

Human Factors Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 1:36


...and now for another Human Factors Minute! Many plastics are used for single-use disposable applications, such as packaging, agricultural films and disposable consumer items, and is the main source of waste plastics. Human factors plays a key role when considering the materials and design features of these plastics and can help manufacturers achieve functional yet reusable product designs. However, In many cases, reusable device manufacturers do not consider reprocessing until after the design is complete. One way in which Human Factors can impact these reusable products is through design considerations. The choice of material is crucial for a product to ensure it is reusable, reliable, and durable. Ensuring a device is reusable includes avoiding design decisions that create inaccessible areas or excessive wear by the user especially when considering devices that need to be cleaned and sterilized (like in the medical field). Ease of disassembly must also be considered when designing for reuse as users will be discouraged from recycling components and will simply trash the product instead. Ensuring that a product is well designed for recycling at the end of its lifecycle is also another critical factor for reducing waste. Recycling may not be intuitive, so using clear labeling and providing instructions that are clear and well defined should adequately assist the end user with recycling the product. This is just one of the many ways in which Human Factors can contribute to ensure minimal waste makes it to the ocean To donate to #teamseas or to find out more about the #teamseas campaign, visit teamseas.org This has been another Human Factors Minute!

COVID Ethics Series Podcast
Bioethics & the Reprocessing and Reuse of Medical Equipment

COVID Ethics Series Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 22:21


The questions relating to medical equipment disposal and decommissioning are many and varied. In this episode, host Dr. Bryan Pilkington speaks with Jennifer Orth about her work as the lead of Re-MERGE, Reprocessing Medical Equipment: Rotarian Research Group for the Environment, through the International Rotary Fellowship of Healthcare Professionals. Jennifer is a Biochemistry and Philosophy double major in Seton Hall University's pre-medical program with a strong interest in bioethics and the medical humanities.

Off Brand
How to Reuse Old Clothes? | EnvironMental Podcast - Fast Fashion

Off Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 43:00


Less than 20% of textile waste either stay on the market or get recycling Another quarter is incinerated which is CO2 intensive and the rest ends up in the landfill! Like most things, the problem came up before we had even thought about the future. Literally millions of tons of textile waste is created globally every year and there isn't a clear solution yet. There are a lot of people that have taken up the challenge though! There are thousands of homesteader articles giving you a lot of ways to upcycle your old clothing. From making kitchen rags and reusable food wraps to makeup removal pads and scrunchies - you can turn your favorite old clothes into new beautiful accessories. You can also compost your 100% natural textiles and take back programs are cropping up around the world. And there's tech in its infancy that pulls apart clothes, and respins it to twine that can be used to make new fabric! References and Promised Links: TerraCycle Program: https://www.terracycle.com/en-AU/zero_waste_boxes/fabrics-and-clothing-en-au Wolkat: https://www.wolkat.com/ New Order of Fashion lab for recycling clothing: https://neworderoffashion.com/lab/ Fashion Waste Index: https://labfresh.eu/pages/fashion-waste-index BBC stats : www.bbc.com/future/article/20200710-why-clothes-are-so-hard-to-recycle

Autoline Daily
AD #3222 - Volvo Got Hacked; BMW to Reuse i3 Name; Lancia Wants to Be More Like Mercedes

Autoline Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 9:10


- Volvo Got Hacked- VW Partners with Bosch on Software- VW Opens New Battery Company for Europe- BMW to Reuse i3 Name- MINI EV Continues to Tear Up China- Cadillac Starts Logo Changeover- NIO Opens 700th Swapping Station in China- Hyundai IONIQ 5 Pricing- Lancia Wants to Be More Like Mercedes

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #3222 - Volvo Got Hacked; BMW to Reuse i3 Name; Lancia Wants to Be More Like Mercedes

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 9:09


- Volvo Got Hacked - VW Partners with Bosch on Software - VW Opens New Battery Company for Europe - BMW to Reuse i3 Name - MINI EV Continues to Tear Up China - Cadillac Starts Logo Changeover - NIO Opens 700th Swapping Station in China - Hyundai IONIQ 5 Pricing - Lancia Wants to Be More Like Mercedes

The Greg Dickerson Show
Adaptive reuse

The Greg Dickerson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 4:38


Whenever you're ready here's how I can help you… Courses https://www.dickersoninternational.com/courses One on one Coaching https://www.dickersoninternational.com/coaching Subscribe to my YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/agregdickerson/?sub_confirmation=1 Subscribe to my Podcast: https://www.dickersoninternational.com/podcast ----- Greg is a serial entrepreneur, real estate developer, coach, and mentor. He has bought, developed and sold over $250 million in real estate, built and renovated hundreds of custom homes and commercial buildings, developed residential and mixed-use subdivisions and started 12 different companies from the ground up. Greg currently mentors some of the top entrepreneurs, real estate investors and real estate developers in the country helping them grow and scale their business, raise more capital and do bigger deals. Greg's current clients have over $2 billion in AUM and deals in the process. ------ Follow and reach out to me on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegregdickerson Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/thegregdickerson Twitter: https://twitter.com/agregdickerson LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/agregdickerson Website: https://www.dickersoninternational.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/greg-dickerson/support

Starting Sustainability: Sustainable Living: eco-friendly: environment: green: recycle: zero-waste

www.startingsustainability.com What can you do to have an eco friendly Christmas? Should you get a real tree or artificial? How can you decorate it? What kind of lights are the best? What about where to get gifts? How to wrap the gifts? Listen in to this weeks episode for all of the answers. www.startingsustainability.com/episode109Support the show by shopping at our Etsy Store: StartSustainableFor beauty products shop Plaine Products- Promo code "Start" for 20% off.Need groceries? Imperfect Foods- Promo code "SS10" for $10 off first box.School or Office supplies go to Earth Hero- Promo code "Start" for 10% off.

Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI)
Building Materials: From Production to Reuse

Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 62:46


Our live webcasts will be streamed at www.eesi.org/livecast Reduce and Reuse: How to Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Building Materials, Plastics, and Food Find out more about the briefings in this series below: Dec 08 Building Materials: From Production to Reuse Dec 09 The Climate Consequences of Plastics Dec 10 Reducing Emissions by Reducing Food Waste The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) invites you to join us for a briefing series about the climate impacts of producing building materials, plastics, and food. Panelists will explain the upstream greenhouse gas emissions generated from the production of these materials and discuss solutions designed to reduce those emissions at scale. The built environment uses an immense amount of carbon-intensive materials such as concrete and steel. Switching building materials to lower-carbon alternatives can reduce the climate impacts of the built environment, but first, systems must be put in place to assess and reduce the carbon intensity of materials. When buildings reach the ends of their lives, there are also opportunities to reuse materials. Panelists will discuss ways to reduce emissions and material waste in the built environment from construction and deconstruction.

Bottle Ship
The Reindeer's Jingle Bells

Bottle Ship

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 14:34


In this episode the Jifflings find some very Christmassy jingle bells and Miss Katy tells a story that helps Freidaline learn not to lose her temper.

Middle Georgia's ESPN
The Bill Shanks Show - Jake Reuse Interview - 12/7/21

Middle Georgia's ESPN

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 20:06


Remarkable Retail
What's New & Next For Luxury Retail, with Karen Katz, Steve Sadove and Oliver Chen

Remarkable Retail

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 37:15


This week we've got a blockbuster panel featuring three of the most experienced and insightful veterans of the luxury world: Karen Katz (former President & CEO of the Neiman Marcus Group, Steve Sadove (former Chairman and CEO of Saks) and Oliver Chen (Managing director and senior equity research analyst at Cowen and Company). We cover a lot of territory, first trying to align on a working definition of what "luxury" really means today and how luxury was evolving pre-COVID. Then we shift into what's next, including our dream team's quick takes on luxury re-commerce, the role of the in-store experience, the importance of multi-brand retail (online and off), sustainability, exclusivity, storytelling and more. We wrap up getting everyone's view on why it's so hard for legacy brands to innovate and  whether .com spin-outs make any sense at all.But first we open up with the top retail stories that caught our attention this past week, with a big focus on what we can take away from Black Friday and Cyber Monday performance as the threat of Omicron looms, more profitless prosperity from Allbirds as they report their first quarterly earnings as a public company, and Amazon's rise to parcel delivery supremacy. About Karen KatzKatz, who is a graduate of the University of Texas, is the former chief executive, president and director of the Neiman Marcus Group. She stepped down from the role in January 2019. Since 2014 she has also been on the board of directors at Under Armour.Katz has worked in a number of key executive and leadership roles at Neiman Marcus since joining the group as a merchandise manager in 1985. Most recently she has leveraged Neiman Marcus' brick and mortar assets to launch an omni-channel strategy that includes merging planning and buying teams for all departments and integrating customers' online and in-store experiences with in-store apps and personalised web dashboards.Under Katz, Neiman Marcus acquired luxury e-commerce site MyTheresa.com, the Munich-based luxury e-tailer. She also expanded MyTheresa's e-commerce offerings to bolster the Neiman Marcus omni-channel strategy and oversaw the opening of the retailer's first New York City flagship in 2018, a seven-story retail project situated in the Hudson Yards in Manhattan's far West Side. About Steve SadoveBetween 2002 and 2013, Mr. Sadove held positions of increasing responsibility with Saks Incorporated, serving as its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from 2007 to 2013.Prior to joining Saks, Mr. Sadove built a distinguished marketing and consumer products career spanning more than 25 years and held senior positions at companies including General Foods (now Kraft) and Bristol-Myers Squibb Company as President of Clairol. He led Clairol to become the number one hair care business in the United States, relaunched the Herbal Essences brand into a $700 million business and completed the sale of the beauty care business to Procter & Gamble. Mr. Sadove is also a founding partner of JW Levin Management Partners, a private equity firm.Mr. Sadove is a former Chair of the National Retail Federation and serves as an advisor to Mastercard. He serves on numerous community and civic boards including Hamilton College as Chairman of the Board of Trustees and AmeriCares. About Oliver ChenOliver Chen has joined Cowen and Company's Equity Research department as a Managing Director and Senior Equity Research Analyst. He covers over 30 stocks in the Retail & Luxury Sectors.Oliver is a graduate of Georgetown University, The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and is a CFA Charterholder. He also serves on the PhD Retail Research Review committee at the Wharton School's Jay H. Baker Retailing Center. Mr. Chen was recognized in the Wharton School's “40 Under 40” brightest stars alumni list in 2017.Most recently, Mr. Chen was recognized on the 2018 and 2017 Institutional Investor All-America Research team as a top analyst in the retailing/department stores & specialty softlines sector. Mr. Chen was also selected as a preeminent retail influencer as he was named to the National Retail Federation (NRF) Foundation's “2019 List of People Shaping Retail's Future.” Considered an “industry expert,” Mr. Chen frequently appears as a speaker/panelist at key industry events.Steve Dennis is an advisor, keynote speaker and author on strategic growth and business innovation. You can learn more about Steve on his       website.    The expanded and revised edition of his bestselling book  Remarkable Retail: How To Win & Keep Customers in the Age of Disruption is now available at  Amazon or just about anywhere else books are sold. Steve regularly shares his insights in his role as a      Forbes senior contributor and on       Twitter and       LinkedIn. You can also check out his speaker "sizzle" reel      here.Michael LeBlanc  is the Founder & President of M.E. LeBlanc & Company Inc and a Senior Advisor to Retail Council of Canada as part of his advisory and consulting practice.   He brings 25+ years of brand/retail/marketing & eCommerce leadership experience, and has been on the front lines of retail industry change for his entire career.  Michael is the producer and host of a network of leading podcasts including Canada's top retail industry podcast,       The Voice of Retail, plus  Global E-Commerce Tech Talks  ,      The Food Professor  with Dr. Sylvain Charlebois and now in its second season, Conversations with CommerceNext!  You can learn more about Michael   here  or on     LinkedIn. Be sure and check out Michael's latest venture for fun and influencer riches - Last Request Barbecue,  his YouTube BBQ cooking channel!

The Conversation Hour
Recycling Australia's unwanted textiles

The Conversation Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 60:00


The average Australian dumps 23kg of clothing into landfill each year, so does recycling textiles need as much attention as glass and plastics?

Real Estate News: Real Estate Investing Podcast
“Adaptive Reuse” and Why It's an Investment Opportunity

Real Estate News: Real Estate Investing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 4:46


A lot of the nation's empty commercial space is being put to good use. A recent report by RentCafe shows a huge surge in the conversion of vacant commercial buildings into apartment complexes. This so-called “adaptive reuse” trend began more than a decade ago, but accelerated substantially this past year, especially for the conversion of unused office space.Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review.A recent report by RentCafe says that, by the end of this year, developers will have created 20,100 residential units within old commercial buildings. Add that number to the 12,000 units created last year, and the decade kicks off with a total of 32,000 apartments created by converting commercial buildings into apartment homes.Decade-Long TrendAccording to RentCafe, it's a trend that began in 2010 with 5,200 conversions. Back then, hotels were the most popular kind of building to convert into apartments. Old factories and office buildings were also popular, but not as much as hotels.There was a steady increase of conversions each year through 2017, which logged about 15,500 conversions. The numbers fell in 2018 through 2020, and blasted off again this year, especially for the conversion of old office buildings. RentCafe says that 41% of the units created during that last two years were formerly used for office space.It's been a good opportunity for developers and investors, because adaptive reuse is less costly than ground-up construction, especially with supply chain issues that are holding up new projects. It's also a more earth-friendly option.Lower Environmental ImpactNorth Carolina city planner, Emil Malizia, told RentCafe: “Perhaps the most compelling reason to choose adaptive reuse for apartments versus new apartment construction is the lower environmental impact, especially if demolition is involved.” He says: “Adaptive reuse mitigates climate change; demolitions and new construction do not.”Cost SavingsThe cost savings are also impressive. Malizia says that adaptive reuse can lower construction costs by as much as 30-40%, so long as the cost of the site and the building is not a lot more than a piece of undeveloped land. And right now, it might even be easier to secure an old building than a plot of land, especially if the current remote work trend continues. Companies are changing the way they do business, thanks to the pandemic, and reducing the number of private offices they maintain. Unused Office SpaceAs CNBC reports, office vacancy rates remain high in many U.S. cities, so building owners have been scrambling to put them to use. And we're likely to see even more office space becoming available. A PwC survey says that about a third of the executives are expecting their office space needs to decrease over the next three years, because of remote workers. (2)Although many renters fled from their city apartments during the pandemic, city life is bringing them back. And these commercial space conversions are providing a convenient option for returnees who want to live downtown, in or near the business district.Because there is typically less housing in areas with a lot of office buildings, these conversions also offer a prime “location.” And when you have that, the opportunity for developers and investors can be lucrative.Top Cities for ConversionsWhile this trend is surging in the U.S., it's also happening more in some cities than others. For 2020 and 2021, the city with the most conversions was Philadelphia. Developers created almost 2,000 new apartments through adaptive reuse. Washington, D.C.; Cleveland; Chicago; and Los Angeles were next on that list. They all had more than 1,000 conversions over that last two years. Other cities with a lot of conversions were Alexandria, Virginia; Detroit, Pittsburgh, Kansas City, and New York City.You can see the RentCafe report by following a link in the show notes at newsforinvestors.com. You can also join RealWealth, for free. As a member, you have access to the Investor Portal where you can view sample property pro-formas and connect with our network of resources. That includes experienced investment counselors, property teams, lenders, 1031 exchange facilitators, attorneys, CPAs and more.And please remember to hit the subscribe button, and leave a review!Thanks for listening. I'm Kathy Fettke.Links:1 -https://www.rentcafe.com/blog/rental-market/market-snapshots/adaptive-reuse-apartments-2021/2 -https://www.cnbc.com/2021/11/24/a-record-number-of-office-buildings-turned-into-apartments-this-year.html

Starting Sustainability: Sustainable Living: eco-friendly: environment: green: recycle: zero-waste
Episode 108: Deepwater Horizon Part 2 The Aftermath and Cleanup

Starting Sustainability: Sustainable Living: eco-friendly: environment: green: recycle: zero-waste

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 41:25


www.startingsustainability.com This is part two of a two part series about the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. It took 87 days to stop the free flow of oil from the leak on the ocean floor. There were so many failed attempts before the final victory of containing the leak and later closing the well and declaring it dead. Simultaneously, the work of cleaning up the oil was just as treacherous. Eleven years later we are still learning about the detrimental long term impacts. www.startingsustainability.com/episode108Support the show by shopping at our Etsy Store: StartSustainableFor beauty products shop Plaine Products- Promo code "Start" for 20% off.Need groceries? Imperfect Foods- Promo code "SS10" for $10 off first box.School or Office supplies go to Earth Hero- Promo code "Start" for 10% off.

Waste360 NothingWasted! Podcast
Building Reuse at Scale

Waste360 NothingWasted! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 41:24


Listen as Meagan Knowlton, Director of Sustainability at Optoro, shares her smart insights on leveraging AI to fuel reuse, building sustainable systems to help brands make smart decisions, why finding an item's next best home is critical, and more. #NothingWastedPodcast Like this episode? Make sure to leave it a ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ review and hit subscribe, so you never miss when a new episode drops!

Middle Georgia's ESPN
The Bill Shanks Show - Jake Reuse Interview - 11/30/21

Middle Georgia's ESPN

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 17:29


Starting Sustainability: Sustainable Living: eco-friendly: environment: green: recycle: zero-waste

www.startingsustainability.com What is the worst environmental disaster in US history? The Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Texas boy Channing Chenoweth joins the show to help explain how oil rigs work, what the heck a blow out preventer is, and what all went wrong on that catastrophic night aboard the Deepwater Horizon. This episode is part 1 of a two part series. Episode 108 will examine all of the environmental impact and clean up efforts. www.startingsustainability.com/episode107Support the show by shopping at our Etsy Store: StartSustainableFor beauty products shop Plaine Products- Promo code "Start" for 20% off.Need groceries? Imperfect Foods- Promo code "SS10" for $10 off first box.School or Office supplies go to Earth Hero- Promo code "Start" for 10% off.

WRITE NOW! Workshop Podcast: Write a Book, Change the World with Kitty Bucholtz
Reuse and Recycle: An Interview with Natalie Walters

WRITE NOW! Workshop Podcast: Write a Book, Change the World with Kitty Bucholtz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 51:17


EPISODE 275I Author https://www.nataliewalterswriter.com/ (Natalie Walters) returns to the show today to talk about how she finds ways to use some of the material that ends up being cut from a book, or reuse characters she created that never ended up in a published book. Natalie's new book, https://amzn.to/3nNpsuO (Lights Out), is a romantic suspense novel about a CIA analyst who brings together intelligence officers from around the world to combat global terrorism -- and one of them goes missing. When the book she set in Egypt, written while she lived there, didn't sell, Natalie found lots of ideas about how we can make sure nothing we create is wasted. She has moved characters to another story, used settings somewhere else, given her readers snippets of deleted scenes, and more. Learn more about Natalie and her books at her website https://www.nataliewalterswriter.com/ (https://www.nataliewalterswriter.com/) and follow her on Facebook and Instagram (https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100041917969557 (https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100041917969557) and https://www.instagram.com/nataliewalters_writer/ (https://www.instagram.com/nataliewalters_writer/)). And if you're interested in working with Kitty to finish your book, email her at kitty AT kittybucholtz DOT com to schedule a time to talk about what you'd like to accomplish and how she can help.

Bottle Ship
The Knight's Shield

Bottle Ship

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 14:08


In this episode the Jifflings find a knight's shield and Freidaline tells a story that helps Young Pumpkin & The Hedge to learn to take turns.

Middle Georgia's ESPN
The Bill Shanks Show - Jake Reuse Interview - 11/23/21

Middle Georgia's ESPN

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 15:37


Life Concierge Podcast
Reuse + Radiate: Kasie Kelly, Owner and Designer of Jutie

Life Concierge Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 31:56


Kasie Kelly is the owner and designer of Jutie, a reusable product-line that's purpose is to inspire and enable you to live a more sustainable life! All products are reusable, timeless, and durable. Kasie was deeply inspired to create this brand and product-line after living in Western Australia and being exposed to people who greatly value sustainability and reusable products. She now calls Charleston, South Carolina home and is focused on sharing these sustainable habits she learned with others through Jutie.Check out @shopjutie on instagram or www.shopjutie.com and use code LCPODCAST20 for 20% the Reuse and Radiate market tote! Offer valid through Friday, November 26, 2021.

Starting Sustainability: Sustainable Living: eco-friendly: environment: green: recycle: zero-waste

www.startingsustainability.com Kaylin hosted her first ever Friendsgiving. In true Kaylin fashion it was themed "as zero waste as possible". Some parts were successful and there were also failures. Hear about the event and festivities. www.startingsustainability.com/episode106 Support the show by shopping at our Etsy Store: StartSustainableFor beauty products shop Plaine Products- Promo code "Start" for 20% off.Need groceries? Imperfect Foods- Promo code "SS10" for $10 off first box.School or Office supplies go to Earth Hero- Promo code "Start" for 10% off.

Pokolenie Zero
Василий Яблоков, руководитель направления «Климат и энергетика» в российском Greenpeace, про зелёный курс, традиции и факапы

Pokolenie Zero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 47:50


Привет! На связи Pokolenie Zero. Гость этого выпуска - Василий Яблоков, руководитель направления «Климат и энергетика» в российском Greenpeace. *** Больше информации о программе по сбору и переработке вещей из денима REUSE. RECYCLE. LEVI'S® в магазинах бренда в 15 городах России вы можете узнать по ссылке: https://ru.levi.com/service/recycle_boxes.php *** О том, как Василий попал в команду Гринпис, о климатических изменениях и скептиках, о России и её возможном "зелёном" пути, о том, как наша страна не сделала ставку на возобновляемую энергетику и почему энергия атома не зелёная, а также о многом другом вы можете узнать, послушав этот эпизод. И помните: климатический кризис — реален, рукотворен, решаем. Полезные ссылки: https://climate.greenpeace.ru проект-сериал РРРеакция https://greenpeace.ru/author/vasily-yablokov/ https://greenpeace.ru/blogs/2021/11/15/cop26-itogi/ про итоги COP26 Поддержать проект Pokolenie Zero и слушать прошлые бонусные эпизоды можно на: Boosty (русский аналог Patreon)  https://boosty.to/pokoleniezero За подкастом и деятельностью Аси можно следить в блоге www.instagram.com/asya.mitskevich и в аккаунте проекта www.instagram.com/pokolenie_zero Подписывайтесь на подкаст на любой стриминговой платформе, чтобы не пропустить следующий выпуск.

Green Gab Podcast – Green Homes, Green Living and Green Companies
Reusing...Almost Everything - My Grandmother's Legacy with Tony Pratte

Green Gab Podcast – Green Homes, Green Living and Green Companies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 35:38


Did you know that reusing stuff is back in vogue again?  People reuse things for many different reasons. When they do, it always reminds me of my grandmother because that is her legacy. She was one of the biggest motivators for me getting involved in the green and sustainable world. I am Marla, the Green Home Coach. Today, my occasional co-host, Tony Pratte, The Green Guy, is joining me to have a conversation about my grandmother's legacy of reusing almost everything.  In this episode, Tony and I discuss how different generations relate to the notion of reusing things, and we also talk about what we can learn from how our grandparents and great-grandparents did things.   My grandmother My grandmother was born in 1909 in a small town in South Texas. She was a young woman during the Depression. Back then, most communities were small, rural, and self-sustaining. So things were scarce and had to be reused. I remember her telling my sisters and me when we were little to use it up, wear it out, make it do, or do without.  My mother's generation My mother grew up simply and frugally. Even though she learned to do without many things during World War 2, it was her generation that brought in the mass manufacturing of convenience and luxury items.  The next generation People from each generation usually want to ensure that those in the next generation will be in a better position than they were. Most parents are willing to work hard so that their children do not have to work as hard. They want to know that their children are well provided for, well-educated, and in a position to make more money than they did.  Resources We need to learn to use all our resources wisely if we want them to be available for the next generation to use. Creating a culture of reducing, reusing, recycling, and refusing The culture of reducing, reusing, recycling, and refusing is becoming more fashionable lately. Especially amongst the younger people. Tony's family Tony grew up in a working-class family. They lived comfortably but not ostentatiously. They budgeted, planned, and only spent money on necessary things.  Education My parents sacrificed a lot to give my sisters and me a private school education. They saw a good education as a foundation for us to be in a position to do whatever we wanted for the rest of our lives. My sisters and I are very grateful for their sacrifice! Reusing things My grandmother used to reuse things like foil, rubber bands, paper clips, and nails. Some of that rubbed off on me. So when I get a plastic take-out container, I either reuse it or throw it away in the recycling bin. I do not buy zip-lock bags anymore. But if I get one, I wash it out and reuse it. I also save and reuse glass jars.  The younger generation Some younger people do not think they will have the opportunity to live the same lifestyle as their parents did, or to retire, because they have high college debts and do not have high-paying jobs. Prices also keep rising, and they do not budget, so they struggle to put any money aside.  Easing the financial burden There are things they can do to ease their financial burden. Many of them are learning to hold onto things and reuse them. They are also learning to stretch their budgets more. Buying used items I buy as many used items as I can. Used furniture is safer because it has already off-gassed.  Changing our lifestyle My husband had brain surgery a few years ago, and that changed everything for us. Although we live comfortably, we have a simpler lifestyle now and use fewer resources than ever before. Apart from saving money, we now also save time and energy. A fine line There is a fine line between hoarding and keeping everything and being wise about keeping the things you will need.  Neighborhood swaps  Neighborhood swaps are a great way to get what you need when you need it, without having to buy things you only use once in a while, like trailers and gardening equipment. Follow the four Rs Refuse: If you do not need something, do not get it. Reduce: You will use a lot less if you take only what you need. (Like unnecessary packaging.) Reuse: Wash and reuse items like plastic or glass containers. We reuse straw bales that people have used for Christmas decorations in our garden. Recycle: Recycling something will change its form. (Newspapers can be recycled into writing paper.) Packaging has changed Many people have changed their attitudes about reuse because packaging materials have changed so much over the years. Learning to refuse unnecessary packaging, and reusing whatever you can to store things in, is a great way to tackle two problems at once in a sustainable way. Getting only what you need Focus on getting only what you need. Then, when you occasionally splurge on something you want it will feel so much more special!   Referral Links: My website Green Home Coach Book: Living Green Effortlessly Learn how to make your home healthier for you and our world in my Love Your Everyday Green Home  My fav reusable bags...for everything! (and search "bags") Uncluttering Life "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” Has a New Sibling…Refuse! with Tony Pratte Recycled Crafts: Crafts Made Using Recycled Materials "This post may contain affiliate links for your convenience. That means that if you make a purchase, I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I only recommend products or services that I believe in and usually use myself."  

The Sustainable Futures Report
Time for the Oval Economy

The Sustainable Futures Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 21:31


In this week's Wednesday Interview Mattias Axelson of the Stockholm School of Economics describes a variant on the Circular Economy.

Middle Georgia's ESPN
The Bill Shanks Show - Jake Reuse Interview - 11/16/21

Middle Georgia's ESPN

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 14:49


The Cabin
How to Live More Sustainably (ft. "The Mindfluencers")

The Cabin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 47:30


The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring Brown County; https://bit.ly/3BDNdsXCampfire Conversation: Do you want to live more sustainably? Does living a ‘green' lifestyle seem too difficult to do? Have you met The Mindfluencers?The Mindfluencers mini-series follows parents, Corrina and Patrick Cunningham, as they navigate a sustainable lifestyle that's practical for the average Midwestern family. They came to The Cabin (with their youngest child in arm) to share some of their sensible tips and tricks to living a more sustainable life that anyone can do. Whether it's choosing the grocery store you shop at, how you bag up your food, or tips on reducing, reusing, and recycling, they've got great advice for people at any stage of life to be mindful of the environment we live in! To learn more tips on how to live more sustainability, make sure to follow The Mindfluencers on:Facebook;https://bit.ly/3GfofU2Instagram; https://bit.ly/3jnxtnFYouTube; https://bit.ly/3C45GPvBehind-the-Scenes of Discover Wisconsin: “Wisconsin Campgrounds: Fun For The Whole Family!” with Producer, Andy Meddaugh: https://youtu.be/1hxfaR4YzocCobblestone Hotels; The Official Hotel Chain of Discover Wisconsin; https://bit.ly/3zv0mE9UW-Platteville; Affordable and Impeccable Education in The Driftless Area; https://bit.ly/3nz1XpEMarshfield Clinic; All of Us Research Program; https://bit.ly/3klM56EKnow Your Wisconsin: Beer Distributors: Customer Relationships 

EVERYTHING EFL
Episode 67: Review, Reuse, Recycle: My Top Ten Tips

EVERYTHING EFL

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 12:48


So much vocabulary, so little time! How can you mix it up and keep it interesting for your students when it's time to review all that stuff they've learnt? And lets not forget about all that emergent language you've been taking note of. Here are my top ten ways to review, reuse and recycle that language in subsequent lessons. Grab your pen and get ready for some old classics! We should definitely review as much as possible. Which one of these tips haven't you done in a while or ever? Choose one, do it, tell me about it. Don't forget to engage on Insta or Facebook after this episode. Theme music by @sean.cass (Instagram). Like, share, DM me and follow Everything EFL Podcast on Instagram and Facebook or Subscribe to Youtube @Everything EFL for teaching tip videos and full podcast episodes with Closed Captions. Join my private Facebook community @Everything EFL Teacher Development Email me at showandtelleverythingefl@gmail.com. Connect with me on LinkedIn at Erin O'Byrne Subscribe to the podcast on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple.... and don't forget to tell your colleagues. Share the love. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/everything-efl/message

Bottle Ship
The Turkey's Basketball

Bottle Ship

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 15:05


In this episode the Jifflings find a basketball and Freidaline tells a story that helps Young Pumpkin to learn to be grateful for everything he has instead of just wanting more.

Middle Georgia's ESPN
The Bill Shanks Show - Jake Reuse Interview - 11/9/21

Middle Georgia's ESPN

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 14:07


eCommerce Uncensored - Email Marketing | Facebook Ads | Social Media Marketing
EU237: Should You Reuse an Old Winning Offer or Just Try a New One?

eCommerce Uncensored - Email Marketing | Facebook Ads | Social Media Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 28:39


  What marketing comes down to is the final offer. Your offer is everything. One thing the guys have experienced is that the offer you used a year ago, may not work in today's world. An offer that failed last year, may take off this year! They guys break down the how & why this […] The post EU237: Should You Reuse an Old Winning Offer or Just Try a New One? appeared first on eCommerce Uncensored.

Townbuilders
206 Monte Anderson – Adaptive Re-use of Abandoned Texas, Incremental Development & “Finding Your Farm”

Townbuilders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 58:36


Aaron talks with Monte Anderson of Options Real Estate in Dallas about his founding of the CNU spin-off Incremental Development Alliance, how he took the early steps to catalyze districts such as Bishop Arts, and why code reform should be the top priority for cities to foster local equity.

Middle Georgia's ESPN
The Bill Shanks Show - Jake Reuse Interview - 11/2/21

Middle Georgia's ESPN

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 18:14


Bottle Ship
The Postwoman's Satchel

Bottle Ship

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 15:38


In this episode the Jifflings find a special bag called a satchel and The Hedge tells a story that helps Freidaline to learn that it's OK for everyone to look different.