Mal ganz ehrlich: Geht es euch auch manchmal so, dass ihr bei all den unterschiedlichen Nachhaltigkeits-Siegeln und Versprechen komplett den Überblick verliert? Falls ja, dann seid ihr nicht alleine. Und to be honest, das ist wahrscheinlich auch nicht immer aus Versehen, sondern mindestens zum Teil auch gewollt, Stichwort Greenwashing. Und genau darum geht es in dieser Folge. Und ich spreche dazu mit Leonie Lockau von der Deutschen Umwelthilfe. Die vergibt jedes Jahr aufs neue den Goldenen Geier und damit einen Preis für Greenwashing. 2022 ging der an SHELL. So löst du deinen Dr. Hauschka Gutschein ein: Ab einem Mindestbestellwert von 25 Euro bekommst du mit „fairquatscht5“ 5 Euro geschenkt! Einfach beim Check-Out auf www.drhauschka.de eingeben. Der Gutscheincode gilt bis zum 31.12.2022. Fairquatscht bei Steady unterstützen: https://steadyhq.com/de/fairquatscht/about Hol dir jetzt dein Statement für eine nachhaltigere und buntere Zukunft. Bestell mit dem Promo Code FAIRQUATSCHT deine DillySocks für dich, deine Familie und Freunde direkt zu dir nach Hause! Mit dem Code erhälst du bis zum 31.12.22 15 Prozent Rabatt. https://dillysocks.com/nachhaltigkeit-2022/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=fairquatsc ht&utm_campaign=branding-aw22
The zero-waste movement is having a sustainable influence on fine dining. Dawn Dickinson tells you how in her preview of Maclean's Magazine. She also shares another article about a new Leonard Cohen exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario called “Everybody Knows.” From the December 1, 2022 episode.
Today on NOW with Dave Brown, Dan Coulter, the Parliamentary Secretary for Accessibility, returns to the show to share a special announcement for province of B.C. Steven Scott explores the issues around Aira's new retail plans for 2023. Dawn Dickinson previews Maclean's Magazine with an article about the zero-waste movement's sustainable influence on fine dining. Sylvi Fekete discusses the B.C. government's decision to scrap plans to eliminate funding for children with Autism. And community reporter Blaine Deutscher tells you all about the 4th annual Bushwakker Staff Holiday Market in Regina, Saskatchewan! This is the December 1, 2022 episode.
Today I chat with Kayla Lobermeier, co-founder of Under a Tin Roof. Kayla has been a successful gardneing, and historical living blogger with various other gigs for about a decade. She is known for her amazing food and homestead-inspired videos on Instagram, as well as her prairie-core aesthetic. In this episode we dig into zero waste, living historically, and what the journey from market gardener and CSA to blogger looked like, as well as hear about moves from country to city to back again. For more info about Kayla, visit www.underatinroof.com You can also find her on Instgram at www.instagram.com/underatinroof About The Kitchen Garden Society: www.thekitchengardensociety.com Thank you so much to our loyal members over in The Kitchen Garden Society, Bailey Van Tassel's monthly gardening membership where all US hardiness zones can stay up to day on what to be doing each month, get seasonal recipes, as well as learn more skills for in the garden.
Upstream's latest Indisposable Live panel is now available as a podcast!This engaging discussion on the New Reuse Economy features Upstream CEO & Chief Solutioneer Matt Prindiville, Anita Schwartz (WSP USA) and Crystal Dreisbach (Don't Waste Durham / Green to Go NC), and was hosted by Upstream's Chief Strategy Officer, Priscilla Johnson. Learn from these thought leaders why reuse beats single-use on every measure – even when accounting for environmental impacts from transit and washing – and the vision for how we can get there, through creative engineering, policy, and community efforts that serve as models nationwide. The livestream first aired in conjunction with the publication of Upstream's latest white paper, “The New Reuse Economy: how reuse systems and services will revolutionize how we consume” which you can read in the resources below.Resources: Upstream's latest paper: The New Reuse Economy: How reuse systems and services will revolutionize how we consumeYouTube recording of Envisioning the New Reuse EconomyDon't Waste DurhamGreen to Go NCWSPUpstream's Strategic Direction Statement
Welcome to The Monthly Paradigm with Tom Simak & Sharna Harrington.This is where we talk about the biggest news stories, all things climate change, veganism, fitness, what we're cooking up, wins of the month and everything in-between.Video version: https://youtu.be/Boivs8NYXY8The key topics in today's episode:0:00 - Intro01:30 - Personal updates 03:10 - Vegan dating a non-vegan 06:00 - Australia hit 1.5 degree of warming 09:15 - Sea World dolphin attacked 13:00 - Plastic pollution in the Democratic Republic of Congo 17:00 - Microplastics in human breastmilk 20:00 - Compostable plastics study 23:30 - New gas project in Victoria (GB Energy) 25:30 - COP27, the good, bad and ugly 46:45 - Wealth inequality 50:00 - Protests in Egypt 54:30 - Sustainability tips 57:00 - Energy Charter Treaty 59:00 - Dominos vegan pizzas 01:06:00 - France with new solar car park plans 01:08:30 - Dog slaughter slowing down 01:10:00 - Lab grown meat safe for consumptionResources:All sources on website: www.theplantparadigm.com/tmp-145Get 10% Off Four Sigmatic With Code: PLANT10foursigmaticinternational.sjv.io/P0kPPQConnect with me:Instagram | @plant.paradigmYouTube | The Plant ParadigmTwitter | @plantparadigmWebsite | www.theplantparadigm.comSubscribe to the podcast:Apple | Spotify Stay happy,Eat plants,Peace
Diese Folge wird präsentiert und gesponsort von Lets Act! Mehr Infos dazu findest du hier: https://linktr.ee/letsact.app engagiert ihr euch eigentlich ehrenamtlich? Falls ja, dann gehört ihr zu den gut 40 Prozent der über 14 Jährigen in Deutschland, die das regelmäßig tun. Auch Lena Glemser engagiert sich schon ziemlich lange ehrenamtlich, nämlich seit sie 13 ist, und hat die Liebe zum Ehrenamt letztlich sogar zum Beruf gemacht. Sie ist nämlich Vorständin von Letsact. Letsact ist eine App, mit der man sich denkbar einfach ehrenamtlich engagieren kann. Und das funktioniert so: Auf der einen Seite stehen Organisationen, die Freiwillige suchen. Auf der anderen Seite diejenigen, die sich engagieren wollen. Über die App werden beide Seiten deutschlandweit zusammengebracht. Fairquatscht bei Steady unterstützen: https://steadyhq.com/de/fairquatscht/about
Orla is a passionate foodie/feeder and mother of three. She is an award-winning business woman who has created a food business that focuses on celebrating the best of Irish food producers and honouring each of them through her diverse range of menu offerings. Orla is a regular guest on podcasts talking about everything from food, to sustainability, being a woman in business and her personal favourite topic: the power of belief. Her dedication to reducing food waste has led her to offer clients an entirely new approach to catering an event. Orla's top tips to help improve your health are: 1. Sleep 2. Food 3. Hydration Orla McAndrew Catering https://omcatering.ie/ Order your hassle-free Christmas Dinner for collection in Cork on Christmas Eve https://omcatering.clickandcollection.com/ Instagram @orla_mcandrew_food ABOUT THE HOST - Fiona Staunton Fiona Staunton is a Ballymaloe trained Chef and has a Degree in Education from Trinity. Fiona's Food For Life' launched 2017 with the slogan ‘Cook, Eat, Nourish'. Fiona launched a series of in-person and virtual demonstrations, she makes cooking good food uncomplicated. More details on the website https://www.fionasfoodforlife.ie/ WORK WITH FIONA For cookery demos in real time, virtual or in person, or for speaking opportunities contact Fiona https://www.fionasfoodforlife.ie/contact KEEP UPDATED For recipes and tips, sign up to Fiona's fortnightly newsletter https://fionasfoodforlife.us12.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=9e955bef00cdcb369709cc123&id=4a83a7441e CONNECT WITH FIONA https://linktr.ee/fionasfoodforlife DISCLAIMER The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast belong solely to the host and guest speakers. Please conduct your own due diligence
Join our newest host, Upstream Chief Strategy Officer Priscilla Johnson, as she sits down with Dave Ford, founder of Ocean Plastics Leadership Network (OPLN) for a wide-ranging discussion on national and international reuse and climate solutions. The two cover current and future plastics treaties, companies that are stepping up to the plate, organizations pressing for urgent action to confront the climate crisis – and what it all means for our planet's future. On a scale of 1-10, how ambitious are current global efforts on reuse? Tune in and find out.Resources: Ocean Plastics Leadership Network | Building Capacity For Plastics Crisis Intervention (opln.org)COP27: Delivering for people and the planet | United NationsUNEA 5.2: Global Treaty on Plastic Pollution Diplomatic Conference of Plenipotentiaries on Plastic Pollution Treaty
Today's conversation is with Lenore Newman, PHD. Lenore is the director of the Food and Agriculture Institute at the University of the Fraser Valley, where she holds a Canada Research Chair in Food Security and Environment. She is an associate professor in the department of geography and the environment at UFV, and is a member of the Royal Society of Canada's New College.Video version: https://youtu.be/h59xpohN8Ag The key topics in today's episode:00:00 - Intro03:00 - The extinction of foods06:00 - Our farming problems09:00 - What we can do to support biodiversity12:00 - Localisation14:15 - Hydroponics19:00 - Labelling foods21:00 - Looking to organic labelling26:00 - New tech for agriculture34:30 - Regenerative agriculture44:00 - Cellular agriculture49:00 - Eating cellular salmon58:00 - What we can do to push green techResources:Connect with Lenore:Twitter | https://twitter.com/drlenorenewman Papers | https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=0QRCUiYAAAAJGet 10% Off Four Sigmatic With Code: PLANT10foursigmaticinternational.sjv.io/P0kPPQConnect with me:Instagram | @plant.paradigmYouTube | The Plant ParadigmTwitter | @plantparadigmWebsite | www.theplantparadigm.comSubscribe to the podcast:Apple | Spotify Stay happy,Eat plants,Peace
Am 29. April 2021 gabs in der Tagesschau eine Schlagzeile, die es in sich hatte: Und zwar, dass das Klimaschutzgesetz der GroKo in Teilen verfassungswidrig ist. Das hatte das Bundesverfassungsgericht nach einer Verfassungsbeschwerde der jungen Menschen in Deutschland entschieden. BOOM! Das war ein ziemlich wegweisendes Urteil und ist unter anderem der Deutschen Umwelthilfe zu verdanken, die diese Verfassungsbeschwerde von Anfang an begleitet hat. Ganz nah mit dabei war Leonie Lockau, sie ist Volljuristin und Klimaklagen-Koordinatorin bei der Umwelthilfe. Und in dieser Folge von Fairquatscht erklärt sie, was man mit den sogenannten Klimaklagen, dazu zählen nämlich noch einige andere Klagen abseits der Verfassungsbeschwerde, eigentlich erreichen kann und wie es dazu kam. So löst du deinen Dr. Hauschka Gutschein ein: Ab einem Mindestbestellwert von 25 Euro bekommst du mit „fairquatscht5“ 5 Euro geschenkt! Einfach beim Check-Out auf www.drhauschka.de eingeben. Der Gutscheincode gilt bis zum 31.12.2022. Fairquatscht bei Steady unterstützen: https://steadyhq.com/de/fairquatscht/about Die App Lets Act kannst du kostenlos im Apple oder Play Store downloaden. Mehr Infos unter: https://www.letsact.de
Alex Smith founded Alara in 1975 with £2 he picked up in the street. Now he makes half of the UK's organic museli.Along with others, Alex was very active in the squatting movement of the 1970s and he decided to live without money for almost a year. The day after he decided to start using money again, Alex found £2. He spent the money taking a van around New Covent Garden Market to gather fruits and vegetables which were to go to waste and sold them on in a squatting shop. That shop became one of the first health shops, selling flakes, fruits, dried fruit, seeds and nuts. By 1977, they were producing a mix of these ingredients that became the first muesli recipe with no added sugar.Alara's focus has always been on clean, healthy food. In 1988, Alara was licensed by the Soil Association to produce the first Organic certified cereal in the world.Alongside environmental sustainability, social fairness was also a key consideration for the company. In 1993, Alara produced the first certified Fair Trade cereals for both Traidcraft and the Alara brand.The focus has always been on health. Dealing with gluten-containing ingredients made it clear that this type of food causes health problems for some people. Wanting to serve those with sensitivity to gluten, Alara became the first company to be licensed by the Coeliac Society in 1996 to produce gluten free cereals.Food waste and packaging waste had been long-term concerns for the company. Working with Southbank University under the Knowledge Transfer Partnership, Alara developed processes and systems to eliminate all waste, transferring them into other materials. In 2008, the Alara factory in King's Cross became the first Zero Waste food manufacturer on earth.By 2018, They had started using home compostable packaging and we're presently challenging themselves daily to be the ‘Most Sustainable Food Manufacturer on Earth'.During the chat with Alex, we discuss:The journey of Alex and AlaraCreating a business from £2Fishing in the Pacific for a year Being the first organic certified cereal in the worldBeing the Most Sustainable Food Manufacturer on EarthInvesting in software and dataGetting the best from yourself with productivity hacksWhat's around the corner for AlaraRecommended reading and mindsetContact Harlands Accountants / The Evolving Accountant Tweet us at @Harlands_NE Give us a follow on LinkedIN Give us a Like on Facebook Email us at email@example.com Don't forget to leave us a review Thanks for listening!
Wie funktionieren "Zero Waste"-Städte?; Klimakonferenz: Stand der Dinge; Windkraft zuhause - Geht das?; Warum man Augenringe im Blick behalten sollte; Die faszinierende Vielfalt der Haie; Bandbreite teilen - aber sicher!; Moderation: Marija Bakker. Von WDR 5.
Texas Trash Talker Stacy Savage Biography Stacy Savage was born and raised in Southeast Texas where her parents worked at oil refineries for a collective 75 years. Her personal experience with hazy skies, rotten egg smells, and cancers in her family drove her down a professional career path to protect the planet. Mrs. Savage has been a “recycling nerd” for 20 years starting out as a door-to-door community organizer tackling recycling and landfill expansion issues. She played a pivotal role in passing 2 key pieces of statewide legislation for free and responsible recycling of computers and televisions. She served as an Austin City Council appointee on the Zero Waste Advisory Commission (ZWAC), where she helped pass numerous local waste, recycling, and composting ordinances. In 2013, Mrs. Savage founded Zero Waste Strategies, an environmental consulting firm specializing in Zero Waste protocols supporting the Circular Economy. With a client list including Dell, AT&T, Nestle Purina, Kohler, Belden and the City of Austin, among many others, her consultancy works with leaders to reduce waste for increased revenue, deeper customer loyalty, employee empowerment, and a green marketing edge. Send Audience To: https://0waste.org/get-started/ This is the link to my landing page so listeners who are interested in enrolling in my 6-week online training program can see what is offered and the value of transforming their business into a green industry leader.
Today's conversation is with Ashlee Piper, author of Give A Shit and former political strategist turned journalist, TV and media personality, and consultant in the realm of sustainability. Her work has seen her be featured on Mind Body Green , NBC, CBS, ABC, and FOX News, and she's worked with leading environmental brands such as LUSH and the Humane Society of the US.Video version: https://youtu.be/b4Lu74xxWVE The key topics in today's episode:00:00 - Intro02:30 - Who is Ashlee Piper03:50 - Being a political strategist07:00 - Mainstream media09:30 - Making sustainability more mainstream13:50 - What motivates change17:30 - Climate anxiety21:00 - Defining sustainability 27:00 - Doing more sustainable things31:00 - Not buying anything new34:00 - Consumerism41:00 - 80% of donations go into landfill45:00 - The problems with recycling50:00 - Sustainable things to do55:00 - Corporations in the green plan01:01:30 - Overhyped sustainability claims01:10:00 - Creating open dialogues with Climate ChangeResources:Connect with Ashlee:Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/ashleepiper/ Website | http://www.ashleepiper.com/TedX Talk | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBdSz0ox4PQGet 10% Off Four Sigmatic With Code: PLANT10foursigmaticinternational.sjv.io/P0kPPQConnect with me:Instagram | @plant.paradigmYouTube | The Plant ParadigmTwitter | @plantparadigmWebsite | www.theplantparadigm.comSubscribe to the podcast:Apple | Spotify Stay happy,Eat plants,Peace
Wer sich ein bisschen mit der Abfallwirtschaft auskennt, dem ist garantiert schon der Begriff der Kreislaufwirtschaft über den Weg gelaufen. Gemeint ist, dass bestehende Materialien und Produkte so lange wie möglich geteilt, geleast, wiederverwendet, repariert, aufgearbeitet und recycelt werden. Das ist ein ziemlich nachhaltiger Ansatz, den zum Beispiel Plattformen wie ebay Kleinanzeigen fördern. Kleinanzeigen ist auch der Sponsor dieser Folge, an dieser Stelle also ein großes Dankeschön fürs Möglich machen. Wer Kleinanzeigen noch nicht kennt: Das ist eine Plattform, auf der man gebrauchte Gegenstände aus allen möglichen Kategorien kaufen und verkaufen kann. Am 20. November 2022 ist ein ganz besonderer Tag, der von ebay Kleinanzeigen initiiert wurde. Nämlich der Green Sunday. Ein bisschen die Gegenbewegung zum Black Friday. Hier geht es darum, ganz bewusst mal bei Kleinanzeigen Gebrauchtes zu kaufen oder zu verkaufen, denn das spart eine Menge Ressourcen. Mehr Infos dazu findet ihr hier: themen.ebay-kleinanzeigen.de/greensunday/ Zur Circular Economy Study geht es hier: https://medien.ebay-kleinanzeigen.de/circular-economy-studie-2022/
This week on the podcast I got to talk to an artist who makes treasure out of trash, literally! Mariska Nell is a Zero Waste hero who loves to reduce her waste and then use it to create incredible art pieces! I was fascinated by her story and her tips on how we can reduce our waste each day. Listen to her tips on being more conscious and doing it in a simple and slow way, as well as hearing about her podcast, Mama Earth Talk. It was quite funny through chatting with her in Australia that we learned we went to the same high school in South Africa! A very small world. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/designbymariska Website: https://designbymariska.com/ Sign up for our FREE Meditation Challenge delivered to your email every morning for 7 days: https://unselfishlyme.ck.page/2ea14f5d65 If you'd like to sign up for my Beginner Yoga Online Challenge grab 10% off with the code YOGA at checkout: https://unselfishlyme.com/product/beginner-yoga/ Check our our Corporate Online Wellness program: https://unselfishlyme.com/corporate-wellness/ You can find us on social media: www.instagram.com/unselfishlyme www.facebook.com/UnselfishlyMe
Today's conversation is with Kathy Davis, a vegan chef, CEO of Veginspired and author of 3 cook books. Recently Kathy has been focused on a whole foods approach, which we know is the path to health, longevity and energy.Video version: https://youtu.be/qUDswRXJGCU The key topics in today's episode:00:00 - Preview03:00 - Who is Kathy05:00 - Introducing more plants into your diet10:00 - Must have spices14:00 - Reducing food waste19:00 - Limitations to being healthy24:30 - Diet culture32:00 - Caloric density34:00 - How to meal plan47:00 - Simple nutritious recipe50:30 - What do you cook for meat eatersResources:Connect with Kathy:Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/veginspired/ Website | https://www.veginspired.com/Get 10% Off Four Sigmatic With Code: PLANT10foursigmaticinternational.sjv.io/P0kPPQConnect with me:Instagram | @plant.paradigmYouTube | The Plant ParadigmTwitter | @plantparadigmWebsite | www.theplantparadigm.comSubscribe to the podcast:Apple | Spotify Stay happy,Eat plants,Peace
Im Bereich des Individualverkehrs wurde sich schon vor einiger Zeit im Stillen darauf geeinigt, dass E-Autos in Zukunft DAS Ding sein werden. Politik, Hersteller, Kund:innen, Infrastruktur: Alles ist darauf ausgelegt, sich für eine elektrische Zukunft einzustellen. Aber ist das sinnvoll? Was ist an der ganzen Kritik an den E-Autos dran? Darüber spreche ich mit Moritz Mottschall vom Öko-Institut. So löst du deinen Dr. Hauschka Gutschein ein: Ab einem Mindestbestellwert von 25 Euro bekommst du mit „fairquatscht5“ 5 Euro geschenkt! Einfach beim Check-Out auf www.drhauschka.de eingeben. Der Gutscheincode gilt bis zum 31.12.2022. Fairquatscht bei Steady unterstützen: https://steadyhq.com/de/fairquatscht/about Hol dir jetzt dein Statement für eine nachhaltigere und buntere Zukunft. Bestell mit dem Promo Code FAIRQUATSCHT deine DillySocks für dich, deine Familie und Freunde direkt zu dir nach Hause! Mit dem Code erhälst du bis zum 31.12.22 15 Prozent Rabatt. https://dillysocks.com/nachhaltigkeit-2022/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=fairquatsc ht&utm_campaign=branding-aw22
House Warming Podcast, Episode 019: Chicago Environmentalists and Cleanup Club Chicago with Katherine Tellock and Miranda Carrico, Co-Founders of Chicago Environmentalists and Cleanup Club Chicago. In this episode, Sarah talks with Katherine and Miranda about founding their group Chicago Environmentalists and Cleanup Club Chicago. Katherine Tellock is a citizen activist who wants to dedicate her life to fighting climate change. She strongly believes that an environmentally sustainable society is the best long-term economic and social decision, and is within reach for all people. Having grown up next to an EPA superfund site, she has always cared about the environment and been acutely aware of the impact of industrial pollution. However, she didn't get heavily involved in environmental issues until spring 2020, when she started tackling litter through Friends of the Chicago River's Summer Challenge. She eventually started Chicago Environmentalists group with Miranda, as well as Cleanup Club Chicago. She took the CCC sustainability leadership training in 2021, and for her final assignment, she is running the Guerrilla Recycling Reporting (GRR) Project. It aims to hold property owners accountable for violating the recycling ordinance and change the way the policy is enforced. She also completed the Climate Reality Leadership Corps training, and wants to get more involved in environmental legislation.She currently works as a Business and Brand Developer for Block Bins composting service, and has a bachelor's degree in Economics and Spanish from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She currently lives in Irving Park with her very sweet cockapoo. In her free time, she enjoys true crime, volleyball, and comedy shows.Over the past ten years, Miranda Carrico has transitioned toward a "Zero Waste" lifestyle and has become very familiar with Chicago's sustainability scene; especially related to recycling and waste reduction. Miranda is passionate about educating individuals on actions they can take to lessen their environmental impact, as well as advocating for sustainable business practices and environmental legislation. She became more involved in Chicago's larger environmental scene after teaming up with Katherine on the first Cleanup Club event. This led to brainstorming ways to improve environmentalism in Chicago and the creation of Chicago Environmentalists. She is Co-Founder of Chicago Environmentalists, Assistant Director of Cleanup Club Chicago, and completed the Climate Reality Leadership Corps training in 2021. Miranda works in healthcare and has been a Chicagoan for over 10 years, residing in Lakeview. When she's not finding creative ways to reduce waste, she enjoys traveling, exploring the city via bike and by foot, making "mixtapes," and spending time with her husband and dog, Greta von Goof.Chicago Environmentalists provides a forum for discussing topics like zero waste living, recycling, composting, environmental justice, renewable energy, eco policy, local businesses, wildlife conservation, environmental news, events, and more. As of March 2022, the combined total membership of these groups was about 5,500 and growing. Chicago Environmentalists Website: https://www.chicagoenvironmentalists.org/Cleanup Club Chicago Website: https://www.chicagoenvironmentalists.org/cleanupclubchicagoFacebook: @Chicago EnvironmentalistsInstagram: @chicago_enviroSupport the show
Welcome to The Monthly Paradigm with Tom Simak & Sharna Harrington.This is where we talk about the biggest news stories, all things climate change, veganism, fitness, what we're cooking up, wins of the month and everything in-between.Video version:https://youtu.be/w1VW6B1hwRc The key topics in today's episode:00:00 - Intro01:30 - Personal updates03:30 - New Scarborough coal plant11:30 - Climate change and the next pandemic 16:30 - Labor's new energy policy 19:30 - Food loss and waste overview 24:00 - How food loss happens with Tomatoes 31:00 - Using farmers markets 33:00 - Household waste 35:00 - Tips to reduce food waste39:00 - Come back of European animals41:45 - NZ live exports44:00 - Buying for ethical reasons 46:00 - Plant based in hospitals 50:00 - Banning glitter sales51:10 - Athletes to choose their sponsors55:00 - Cleaning up microplastics56:45 - OutroResources:All sources on website: www.theplantparadigm.com/tmp-141Get 10% Off Four Sigmatic With Code: PLANT10foursigmaticinternational.sjv.io/P0kPPQConnect with me:Instagram | @plant.paradigmYouTube | The Plant ParadigmTwitter | @plantparadigmWebsite | www.theplantparadigm.comSubscribe to the podcast:Apple | Spotify Stay happy,Eat plants,Peace
It's easy enough to find vegan candy for Halloween, but what about plastic-free, package-free, eco-friendly options? That's what today's episode is all about! I also include thoughts about eco-friendly costumes and decorations. Mentioned on podcast: Animal-Related Halloween Movies Support this podcast today at Patreon.com/ColleenPatrickGoudreau Visit my website: JoyfulVegan.com Join me on an all-inclusive vegan trip: JoyfulVeganTrips.com AFFILIATE PARTNERS: Nama Juicer — Use this link and coupon code COLLEEN10 and get 10% off my favorite juicer. *Plaine Products — Use this link and coupon code "compassion" for 15% off my favorite zero waste bath and body products. *Complement — Use this link and coupon code "joyfulvegan" and get 10% off my favorite supplements.
Jonathan Levy a.k.a. “Zero Waste Guy” is a waste and recycling consultant who works with businesses to help them systemically root out wasteful practices to reduce environmental harm. Jonathan shares how working as an operations supervisor at a 2 million square foot Target warehouse (optimizing the flow of single-use disposable items) led him to a career in waste reduction. Jonathan talks about what's recyclable or compostable, what isn't, and what really happens to our trash. He also gives tips for reducing waste on an individual level, why we can't actually achieve “zero waste” or fit all of our trash in a mason jar, and talks about the importance of legislation to effectuate change. Jonathan also touches on the astonishing amount of textile waste that is produced in Los Angeles and the challenges the city and its waste haulers face dealing with enormous volumes of textile scraps. For show notes visit: https://www.swapsociety.co/pages/podcast
After a trail of disappointing jobs, Katie Fletcher made the bold decision to go after her own dreams and stop looking for fulfillment in corporate America. Her dedication to fitness and history as a triathlon athlete strengthened her entrepreneurial spirit, and now, in just a few weeks, she will be opening a low-waste, package-free grocery store called Local Scoop in Encinitas, CA. On today's episode, Katie shares her journey starting Local Scoop, why she only goes on social media for her business, and how her resolution to make the world a better place was a significant catalyst for change. She discovered her passion for food and nutrition at a young age, leading her to study public health and nutrition at Yale University. During two trips studying abroad, Katie fell in love with low-waste grocery shops but couldn't find any similar stores at home. She wondered, why didn't her own country value a sustainable and affordable grocery store system? More people than ever are focused on healthy eating, but an influx of health food products and misleading information makes it difficult to know what exactly you're consuming, where it comes from, and how beneficial it really is for you. Being so focused on nutrition can also take the fun out of eating, and that's one reason Katie wants her store to bring clean, healthy, and delicious food to her community. Tune in for a conversation on health, good food, and why staying off your phone can change your life! Topics discussed in this episode: Why Katie doesn't like using social media in her personal life The purpose of Local Scoop and how it works Products that will be available at Local Scoop How Katie came up with the idea for Local Scoop Obstacles making Local Scoop a reality Entrepreneur and endurance sports Katie's daily routine Gregory and Katie discuss reading and book clubs Katie's education and career in nutrition and health The climate crisis as a motivating factor Advice to people stuck in an unfulfilling job Katie gives her definition of success Tools for finding the next step in your life Technology, especially cell phones, as a distraction Gregory gives his definition of success The Sunday Scaries Sign up for Local Scoop's newsletter here! Find Local Scoop online: Instagram Facebook Twitter YouTube TikTok Check out Katie's current read, All We Can Save: Truth, Courage, and Solutions for the Climate Crisis by Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Katharine K. Wilkinson. Listen to more episodes of The Dare to Dream Podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify! You can also find us on Instagram and YouTube!
"Listen to people. Validate their lived experiences and centre yourself in the ways that we are developing the change that we want to see. Today's conversation is with Arielle King. Arielle is the Environmental Justice Staff Attorney at the Environmental Law Institute and has a background in environmental racism analysis, political ecology, critical race theory, sustainability, civil rights law, and integrating equity and environmental justice considerations into climate action plans. She's also the host of a podcast focused on environmental justice updates and climate optimism called “The Joy Report”. Video version: https://youtu.be/teztuuN5-jQ The key topics in today's episode:00:00 - Intro03:30 - Who is Arielle06:30 - Who is most affected by Climate Change09:30 - Solving environmental racism12:00 - Why do we suddenly care about systemic issues14:00 - What role should you play in fixing issues18:00 - Feeling powerless20:30 - Things to be optimistic about22:00 - Displacing indigenous populations30:00 - Indigenous culture and nature34:00 - Climate migration40:00 - Sacrifice zones44:00 - Is it enough to be educated?46:00 - Changing the schooling system58:00 - Where to get educated01:02:00 - Words of wisdomResources:Connect with Arielle:Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/ariellevking/ Podcast | https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-joy-report/id1618025362 TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@ariellevkingGet 10% Off Four Sigmatic With Code: PLANT10foursigmaticinternational.sjv.io/P0kPPQConnect with me:Instagram | @plant.paradigmYouTube | The Plant ParadigmTwitter | @plantparadigmWebsite | www.theplantparadigm.comSubscribe to the podcast:Apple | Spotify Stay happy,Eat plants,Peace
Joost Bakker is a zero-waste activist and innovator who is the subject of the documentary film 'Greenhouse by Joost' about his Future Food System: a project of designing and constructing a zero-waste building installed with a self-sustaining urban food system.
Considering making the switch to cloth napkins, but not sure where to start? Cloth napkins are a beautiful alternative to paper napkins, but lots of people feel intimidated by the idea of added laundry! In this episode I share my family's system for storing, cleaning, and investing in cloth napkins.Website: https://www.acleanbee.com/Newsletter: https://www.acleanbee.com/newsletter/Instagram: @acleanbee TikTok: @acleanbeeShop: https://www.amazon.com/shop/acleanbee
Producing waste is convenient. Many of the systems that produce the resources we consume use materials that eventually become landfilled. Grocery stores and their plastic bags. Restaurants and their styrofoam takeout containers. Fast fashion clothing stores and their garments that only last for a few months. It's convenient for these places to use disposable materials. They can get it in bulk and they can get it for cheap. So we use them because they are what is offered to us. But what if the systems that we participated in made being zero-waste the default? This is what we're talking about on today's episode of Operation Climate. More specifically, we're talking about zero-waste grocery shopping and how the first zero-waste grocery store in San Diego came to fruition. Our guest today is Isabelle Demillan, the founder of The Mighty Bin, the first zero-waste store in San Diego. To learn more about The Mighty Bin, check out their website here! ___________ Visit our website to keep up with the OC team and for a full transcript of this episode! https://operationclimatepo.wixsite.com/operationclimate Follow us on Instagram at @operationclimate! Follow us on Twitter at @opclimate! Subscribe to us on Youtube! To contact us, DM us on Instagram or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! ____________ Host: Katherine Li Writer/Producer: Katherine Li Reporters: Chloe Fey, Cameron Cho, Rowena Wong Guest: Isabelle Demillan Audio Editor: Katherine Li --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/operation-climate/support
great things come in sustainable packages - or at least that's what uni ceo, alexandra keating, believes. made with reusable and recyclable aluminum, uni is zero-waste bodycare that is on a mission to be the new standard in packaging. this week on the pod, we'll discuss her journey from tech to beauty while avoiding greenwashing and how these beautiful products can help save the ocean!
"We are all here because we want to change the world for animals. And many of us are here because we want the world to be a kind and loving place for every single being that breaths."Today's conversation is with author, activist and founder of Catskill Animal Sanctuary, Kathy Stevens. Catskill, impressively, has saved more than 5,000 non-human individuals through direct rescue. This will be an episode about kindness, compassion, and definitely one to tune into for the animal lovers out there.Video version: https://youtu.be/hE_32uOnsTg The key topics in today's episode:00:00 - Intro04:00 - Are petting zoos legal?09:00 - Catskill Animal Sanctuary17:00 - Communicating veganism23:30 - The changing perspectives26:00 - Running a sanctuary32:00 - Tucker the cow37:00 - Having compassion for farmers46:30 - Impatient vegans53:00 - Controlling predators at the sanctuary59:00 - Words of wisdomResources:Connect with Kathy:Website | https://casanctuary.org/LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/kathy-stevens-45862a66/Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/catskill_animal_sanctuary/Podcast | https://podcasts.apple.com/ie/podcast/herd-around-the-barn/id1470515403Get 10% Off Four Sigmatic With Code: PLANT10foursigmaticinternational.sjv.io/P0kPPQDocumentary From ABC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYfIXLkoB68 Connect with me:Instagram | @plant.paradigmYouTube | The Plant ParadigmTwitter | @plantparadigmWebsite | www.theplantparadigm.comSubscribe to the podcast:Apple | Spotify Stay happy,Eat plants,Peace
Beißt du gerne mal in ein Lachs-Brötchen, weil Lachs ja sooo gesund ist? Falls ja, dann könnte es passieren, dass dir nach dieser Folge Fairquatscht der Appetit vergeht. Denn ich spreche mit Maja Löwedey und Madeleine von Hohental vom Podcast Oceancrime über die dunklen Seiten der Fischerei-Indsutrie. Und Trust me: Ihr werdet überrascht sein, was alles auf hoher See passiert! Falls ihr mehr Schauder-Geschichten hören wollt, dann hört mal in den Podcast der beiden rein. "Oceancrime" findet ihr überall dort, wo es Podcasts gibt. Die im Podcast erwähnten Links: Fischratgeber WWF: https://fischratgeber.wwf.de/ Dokumentation zum Lachs: https://www.zdf.de/dokumentation/dokumentation-sonstige/hannes-jaenicke-im-einsatz-fuer-den-lachs-100.html Fisch vom Kutter: https://www.fischvomkutter.de/ Mit "marisa10" erhaltet ihr außerdem 10% Rabatt auf euren Einkauf bei Bracenet. Die Firma verkauft Armbänder, die aus Geisternetzen produziert wurden und steckt hinter dem Oceancrime-Podcast. So löst du deinen Dr. Hauschka Gutschein ein: Ab einem Mindestbestellwert von 25 Euro bekommst du mit „fairquatscht5“ 5 Euro geschenkt! Einfach beim Check-Out auf www.drhauschka.de eingeben. Der Gutscheincode gilt bis zum 31.12.2022. Fairquatscht bei Steady unterstützen: https://steadyhq.com/de/fairquatscht/about
Thanks for coming by to check out our show! Today's episode I ask for help from anyone that has experience creating (or visiting) a zero waste plaza. Our show is unedited and we keep it short and sweet because we understand that you are limited with time too.All platforms: LifeEssentialsRefillery or Find us on IG at https://www.instagram.com/embracelesswasteusa/ Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/embracelesswaste Our store at https://www.embracelesswasteusa.com/
The adage of one's junk being another's treasure is very much on show at an artist residency project in Auckland, where discarded stuff from the inorganic waste collection is being made into art, or repurposed into something useful. Lucy Xia visited the Tāmaki Zero Waste hub where it's happening.
Zero waste καταστήματα, zero waste ρούχα, zero waste γεωργία, zero waste τρόπος ζωής. Όλο και περισσότερο ακούμε για το zero waste, αλλά δεν καταλαβαίνουμε όλοι τι είναι αυτή η τάση που μπαίνει βαθύτερα στη ζωή μας και ήρθε η ώρα να την αποκωδικοποιήσουμε.
"There's absolutely no reason you should have anywhere, on your do-no-travel list as a vegan."Today's conversation is with Erica Kritikides. Erica is the Culinary Product Manager at Intrepid Travel where she has led sustainable travel initiatives driving carbon reduction and increasing Intrepid's positive social and environmental impact. The first half of this episode is more about food and travel tips, and the second half is more relevant to those actually looking to travel with Intrepid and are interested in the company themselves. So feel free to listen to the whole episode or the half that interests you the mostVideo version: https://youtu.be/ctmKjns51H4 The key topics in today's episode:02:00 - Intro04:30 - Getting a job as a foodie07:00 - Easy countries to be plant-based in17:00 - Hardest places to travel to being vegan20:00 - Travelling eco-friendly23:00 - Slow travel25:00 - Intrepid's carbon neutral journey34:00 - Vegan tours37:30 - Carbon offsetting a tour company49:00 - B-CorpResources:Connect with Intrepid:Website | https://www.intrepidtravel.com/en/vegan-food-adventures Get 10% Off Four Sigmatic With Code: PLANT10foursigmaticinternational.sjv.io/P0kPPQConnect with me:Instagram | @plant.paradigmYouTube | The Plant ParadigmTwitter | @plantparadigmWebsite | www.theplantparadigm.comSubscribe to the podcast:Apple | Spotify Stay happy,Eat plants,Peace
Alizee Ccm is considered a circular economy & sustainability expert. She's an educator and consultant turned photography documentarist, keeping sustainability at the core of her work. Her work in sustainability has shaped her life in the last decade, allowing Alizée to work with Fortune 500 companies, business schools, entrepreneurs, local NGOs, and many more. She ran over 150 workshops and seminars in China alone, spoke at TEDx twice, and appeared on over 15 media channels worldwide, including but not limited to The New York Times, Elle China, CGTN, China Daily, Time Out, and many more. Today, her approach to 'The Earth' is through 'The Arts', including photography, documentary, writing, and speaking. You will find her writing and shooting for brands, capturing creatives in their habitat, or, her favourite... documenting those who inspire her on the road. Besides this, you will also find her on stage speaking of the Circular Economy, Green Tech, and all things Zero Waste related. She wrote her first book Kailu, The Open Road, A cross-country adventure meeting the Chinese Changemakers. Resources www.alizee-ccm.com Ellen MacArthur Foundation https://www.ellenmacarthurfoundation.org/ https://www.drawdown.org/ www.zerowasteshanghai.com Contact Alizee LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/alizeeccm/ Instagram- alizee.ccm YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDy5muKFNorTNu0kf6SggPw. ------- GLC aims to share knowledge and education with our cherished listeners through this Podcast. It's about time we connect the pieces: sustainability is a sacrifice but are we ready? Congratulations
Welcome to The Monthly Paradigm with Tom Simak & Sharna Harrington.This is where we talk about the biggest news stories, all things climate change, veganism, fitness, what we're cooking up, wins of the month and everything in-between.Video version: https://youtu.be/AxrxaA4Rsz4The key topics in today's episode:00:00 - Intro03:30 - #kittengate Kitten Soup at Climate Conference10:00 - Marjorie Taylor Greene thinks global warming is good12:30 - Sydney climate protest18:00 - Renewable energy from thin air22:00 - Fish and skin cancer26:30 - King Charles the eco prince28:30 - The link between veganism and depression36:30 - Banning meat advertisement42:00 - Talking to people scared of the depressive impacts of veganism46:15 - Being vegan and masculine50:30 - Sustainability tip54:00 - Australia's reduction target55:30 - The power of dolphin poo59:00 - Patagonia is now a non-profitResources:All sources on website: www.theplantparadigm.com/tmp-137Get 10% Off Four Sigmatic With Code: PLANT10foursigmaticinternational.sjv.io/P0kPPQConnect with me:Instagram | @plant.paradigmYouTube | The Plant ParadigmTwitter | @plantparadigmWebsite | www.theplantparadigm.comSubscribe to the podcast:Apple | Spotify Stay happy,Eat plants,Peace
On this show we explore the world of Shelterwood Collective [http://www.shelterwoodcollective.org], a Black, Indigenous, and LGBTQ-led community forest and retreat center that seeks to heal people and ecosystems through active stewardship and community engagement. Recently they took on the role of stewards for 900 acres of forest in Sonoma County, California, on Unceded Kashaya and Southern Pomo territory. Our guest is Layel Camargo, Co Founder & Co Executive Director of Shelterwood Collective. We explore what it means and why it is important to heal self and environment through land management, shaping culture change, and narrative shifting (also sought by story telling). Shelterwood Collective believes that ecosystem health can only be achieved by communities who are in deep relationship with the Earth and with one another. The work of Shelterwood Collective extends beyond the forest edge through training & programming focused on antiracism, decolonizing conservation, inspiring resilient leadership, promoting artistic expression, and community health. For the extended interview, click here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/extended-with-72808679 Layel Camargo is a non binary and trans person uses they/them pronouns . They are an indigenous descendant of the Yaqui and Yoeme tribes of the Sonoran Desert. Co founder and co executive director of Shelterwood Collective, a land stewardship project building a retreat center and artist residency. In the last 10 years they have been a champion of Zero Waste, veganism, and a cultural organizer and producer for podcasts such as 'Did We Go Too Far?' & 'Climate Woke'. In 2020 they were named on the Grist Fixers List of Climate Activists to follow. 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: Grist: https://grist.org/fix/arts-culture/2021-intersectional-future-for-the-climate-movement/ Cultural Power: https://www.culturalpower.org/stories/trail-ahead-layel-camargo/ Podcast Website: http://ecojusticeradio.org/ Podcast Blog: https://wilderutopia.com/ecojustice-radio/reclaiming-land-culture-narrative-through-black-indigenous-queer-stewardship/ Support the Podcast: https://www.patreon.com/ecojusticeradio Guest: Layel Camargo Host and Producer: Jessica Aldridge Engineer and Original Music: Blake Quake Beats Executive Producer: Jack Eidt
This week we are diving deep into a fascinating topic with a very special guest Andrew Pace. He is a Healthy Home Concierge and Founder of The Green Design Center, a leading resource for homeowners and contractors looking to source products that are healthy and green and receive expert consulting advice on designing and building healthy green homes. Andrew is the host of the weekly Non-Toxic Environments Podcast. He is a worldwide expert on green and healthy building products and services to customers and contractors from around the globe. As founder of the oldest healthy building supply company in the United States, Andrew has become one of the most helpful and educational experts dealing with the day-to-day concerns of those individuals who suffer from allergies, asthma and chemical sensitivities.
I am so excited to welcome this week's guest Shannon Goldberg. Shannon is the founder/CEO of Izzy Zero Waste Beauty, a zero waste/carbon neutral makeup company. As a business owner, this interview impacted me and helped me get so clear on so many things!. We are talking all things intentionality with your brand & the importance of slowing down and being thoughtful when creating your dream business. Check out our website: http://www.groovestreetcreative.com (www.groovestreetcreative.com) Follow Groove Street Creative on Instagram: @groovestreetcreative Follow Groove Street Creative on Tik Tok: @groovestreetcreative Email Groove Street Creative: email@example.com Want to Chat About New Ideas? Book a Connection Call: https://calendly.com/groove-street-creative/connection-call?month=2022-09 (https://calendly.com/groove-street-creative/connection-call?month=2022-09)
Green hydrogen hubs are being developed in some of the world's most remote locations, to serve growing clean energy demand in Asia, Europe and the U.S. --- Alicia Eastman, President of Intercontinental Energy, discusses the nascent global market for green hydrogen and her company's development of more than 100 gigawatts of hydrogen production hubs along coastal deserts in the Arabian Peninsula and Australia. Eastman explores the economic and policy factors, including the Inflation Reduction Act in the U.S., that are driving the market for green hydrogen, which has the potential to serve as a substitute for fossil fuels in hard-to-decarbonize industries including steel and cement production, aviation and shipping. She also talks about the challenges that the development of green hydrogen infrastructure can present to local communities, and efforts to include these communities in project governance. Alicia Eastman is President of Intercontinental Energy. She is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Related Content Regulating Utility-Scale Solar Projects on Agricultural Land https://kleinmanenergy.upenn.edu/research/publications/regulating-utility-scale-solar-projects-on-agricultural-land/ Balancing Act: Can Petrochemicals Be Both Emissions Free and Zero-Waste? https://kleinmanenergy.upenn.edu/research/publications/balancing-act-can-petrochemicals-be-both-emissions-free-and-zero-waste/ Europe Maps Out Its Hydrogen Energy Strategy (Podcast) https://kleinmanenergy.upenn.edu/podcast/europe-maps-out-its-hydrogen-energy-strategy/ Energy Policy Now is produced by The Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania. For all things energy policy, visit kleinmanenergy.upenn.eduSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How can Malaysians normalise sustainable living practices, and aim for a zero waste way of life? With lots of help of course, especially from the good folks at Zero Waste Malaysia, who have been championing this environmentally-friendly lifestyle, while showing proof that it's achievable. They are set to present their 3rd Zero Waste Festival after two years, called "Under the Stars: Zero Waste Festival, and we find out more from Zero Waste Malaysia's Khor Sue Yee (Co-founder and Director) and Jasreel Lim (Head of Finance & Business Development).Image credit: Zero Waste Malaysia
"If we keep emitting green house gases, we keep warming the planet. If we reduce our emissions by 50% next year, that't not going to happen, but hypothetically if we did, we would still be warming the planet. We need to go right down to net zero to stop warming the planet."Today's conversation is with climate researcher Dr Andrew King. Andrew is a senior lecturer in Climate Science at the School of Geography, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences and ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes at the University of Melbourne. Dr King's work has been cited hundreds of times and his research has also been published in top journals like nature. As you can imagine we'll be talking about Climate Change today, the future of society, transitioning to a green economy, staying under 1.5 degrees, are climate scientists vego, and about the media and news industry and their role in all of this.Video version: https://youtu.be/IWVMafr-RO0 The key topics in today's episode:06:00 - Can we predict floods 07:00 - What climate tech we need13:00 - Is it normal to have 4 seasons in a day?15:00 - What net zero looks like19:00 - Life beyond net zero23:00 - Jobs in a greener future26:30 - What countries are the most carbon neutral39:00 - Climate science and the media47:00 - Climate anxiety as a scientist50:30 - Are climate scientists vegetarian56:30 - Atmospheric Rivers01:06:00 - Common climate misconceptions Resources:Connect with Dr King:Website | https://andrewdking.weebly.com/ Twitter | https://twitter.com/AndrewKingClim?Email | firstname.lastname@example.orgGet 10% Off Four Sigmatic With Code: PLANT10foursigmaticinternational.sjv.io/P0kPPQConnect with me:Instagram | @plant.paradigmYouTube | The Plant ParadigmTwitter | @plantparadigmWebsite | www.theplantparadigm.comSubscribe to the podcast:Apple | Spotify Stay happy,Eat plants,Peace
Jack Johnson just released his 8th studio album, Meet The Moonlight, but after twenty years of touring the world, his values remain the same. A lifelong surfer, and Hawaiian, Jack is an environmentalist focused on keeping plastics out of our oceans. He tells host Rachel Belle the lengths he goes to to reduce waste and support local farms when he's out on tour. Zero Waste Chef, Anne Marie Bonneau, joins the show to share her tips for a zero-waste home kitchen. Have you even dehydrated fruit in your car, bro?And Jack has been married to his wife, Kim, for nearly 29 years and his last meal, and the story behind his song Banana Pancakes is a sweet little slice of their love story. Follow along on Instagram! Listen to our episode with another lovely Hawaiian musician, ukulele player Jake Shimabukuro! This episode is sponsored by: Ooni Pizza Ovens, the world's first portable pizza oven company! Rachel Belle has been making incredible, chewy, bubbly, melty pizzas in her Ooni for more than three years. If you want to make the best homemade pizza of your life visit: www.ooni.com/yourlastmeal Safe Catch is the first and only seafood brand to invent a proprietary technology that can test every individual tuna and salmon for a strict mercury limit.Find Safe Catch products in 12,000 stores nationwide and at safecatch.com. Get 15% Off your order with code YOURLASTMEAL* Pure Cravings is a world-leading, premium new pet food brand that's on a mission to protect cats from mercury. Find Pure Cravings products online at purecravings.com. Get 15% Off your order with code YOURLASTMEAL* *This offer excludes subscriptions and cannot be combined with any additional offers. Free shipping to the continental US.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We've heard the term "She gives zero F's" like it's so easy. It's not. That's why women write books like this. I'm here to introduce you to Gianna Biscontini. She's a Behavioral Analyst. A Scientist. She also brings strong coaching skills to women, like you, who are tired of the limitations that you may not even be aware of. In her new book, Fuckless. A Guide to Wild, Unencumbered Freedom, she will guide you through the process of liberating yourself from the top 10 limitations (AKA Fucks) that we can give the middle finger to. Just a few Fucks that Gianna takes you through: 1) Be Small. 2) Be Soft. 3) Be Less 4) Be Stifled. 5) Be Everything. That last one got to me. There are 5 more and you will be nodding your head and turning pages to figure out how to work with these Fucks and finally say goodbye. You deserve to be connected to what YOU want. What YOU need. YOUR voice. YOUR feelings. YOUR values. Sticking up for what YOU deserve. Fighting through the fear to do all this. Gianna also has an audiobook version where I encourage you to download her incredible voice that instantly makes you feel important. Thank you so much for listening. I hope you enjoy this episode and feel comfortable letting me and Gianna know what you think. What help you may need. What really impacted you or surprised you. Share this episode with your best friend and let's find our freedom. Mom Card Drawing of the Week: "There is only one you. And you are important." -Chuck Sindoll Find Gianna on Instagram: @giannabiscontini Connect with Gianna on her website: www.giannabiscontini.com to get on her email list and learn more about her company, W3RKWELL. Gianna also has wonderful downloadables on her website and FUN merch (a Fuckless mug? Yes please!) you can snag. Link to buy her new book, Fuckless. A Guide to Wild, Unencumbered Freedom : https://www.amazon.com/Fuckless-Guide-Wild-Unencumbered-Freedom/dp/1544530463/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?adid=082VK13VJJCZTQYGWWCZ&campaign=211041&creative=374001&keywords=Fuckless&qid=1652401123&s=books&sr=1-1 P.S. You can also download the Audiobook version with that same link! Gianna's Favorite Things: getaway.house for your next vacation, Meghan Markle's Archetypes Podcast (https://open.spotify.com/show/6UfyXZgVAUX1UzF8j5L72t), Joan Didion books, Kathrin Zenkina (https://manifestationbabe.com/), Zero Waste shower steamers and candles (www.zerowastestore.com)
Prompted by the enormous amount of single-use plastic waste at stadiums and in the locker room, professional baseball player and environmental advocate Chris Dickerson co-founded Players for the Planet with teammate Jack Cassel. Chris sits down with host Matt Prindiville to talk about the bringing together athletes as advocates and the platform they have to influence change, as well as the challenges of endeavoring to make America's favorite pastime sustainable for the future.Resources:Players for the Planet The Players AllianceReuse Wins at Events resource pageReuse Wins at Events livestream