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Presenting a diverse range of topics that focus on wellbeing and environmental issues, Beyond Day Zero investigates topics that are relevant to us all as we try to live a more sustainable life. Day Zero is physical store based in Buxton, UK which was created to offer the local community refill shopping and a way of reducing the waste that each family creates. Reducing plastic waste is an easy concept for people to grasp, but there are so many factors that influence how our business operate a ...
 
Tah and Kole Whitty are supporting the new wave of human evolution for Austin's optimization and wellness obsessed entrepreneurs for global change. If you love Rob Dial, Mike Dillard, Baba Kilindi Iyi, Aubrey Marcus, Tim Ferris, power plants, bio hacking, epic trips and next level transformational experiences, Mentor In The Mirror will massage your pre-frontal cortex. Co-Founders of The Psychedelic Space Program, Tah and Kole Whitty bring somatic awareness, 25 years of emergency medicine, 17 ...
 
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Today we talk about the bounty that adorns the English countryside; the unwanted, unpicked fruit, the forgotten orchards and the heritage varities that we just don't see in the supermarket. Archie Thornycroft is part of Fruits of the Forage, the Macclesfield (UK) based company who seek out forgotten fruits and help keep old orchards productive thro…
 
Terry describes himself as a generalist with a varied background but has published a number of papers on consumer ethics, a co-authored book on the subject in 2005 and holds a doctorate in consumption ethics. I’ve been looking forward to this episode since Terry and I first discussed recording together a couple of months back. I hope in this episod…
 
Mark Cocker is a multi-award winning author and naturalist. He's written extensively for British Newspapers including the Guardian, the Daily Telegraph, The Independent and BBC Wildlife.Brought up in Buxton in the Peak District, he's returned to live in the area and is bringing his passion for the natural world to local initiatives.Mark's vast know…
 
Small businesses that bring local communities together are a vital part of our future. Chloe Masefield together with her husband Rob own "The Natural Weigh" in Crickhowell, Wales.This was a great opportunity for me to have a chat with the owners of a lovely business that shares a lot of the values and ethics of my own. Find out why they created the…
 
There's much to be gained from eating good quality food. Human health really benefits when we include organic foods in our diet, as does the planet. In this episode you can get an insight into organic food supply chains and the importance of provenance, as I chat with Sean Ruffell from Organic North who are a Manchester based organic food co-operat…
 
Delighted to come together with these wonderful people for a chat about their campaign to establish a refill economy in the UK. Paul and Rina, based in Oxford run SESI which supplies ethical and environmentally kind cleaning products on through a circular refill system all over the UK. Their years of experience has given them a thorough understandi…
 
Derek Gow is a passionate and ethusiastic advocate for nature. His determination has been instrumental in enhancing the declining water vole population and returning the eurasian beaver to UK waterways.You can read more about Derek's passion and commitment to reintroduction programmes in his book Bringing Back The Beaver - order it hereTo follow De…
 
Nick is a co-founder of Hodmedod, the UK company formed following the successful Great British Beans trial project to stimulate and assess demand for indigenous pulses.Nick has real insight into the issues and future of arable farming and how we can future proof our food supply in the face of climate change.Follow the progress of Hodmedod and get y…
 
Be inspired by Geraldine Starke's ambition to connect with dairy farmers who are looking for a way out of that industry and to help them transition to a sustainable alternative.Geraldine is the founder and CEO of Refarm'd who ran a successful pilot scheme with ex-dairy farmers, transitioned them to plant milk production and helped to create sanctua…
 
This episode is timely as it's released on Clean Air Day. I welcomed a good friend of mine Ryan Procter to the BDZ podcast for this episode. Ryan works with local authorities and schools to drive behaviour change and raise awareness about the serious problem of air pollution.He's currently also involved in the UK Government e-scooter trials. If the…
 
The Transition Towns movement is bringing together communities to envisage and bring about needed change in light of the climate crisis that we have to face.I chatted with Phil Frodsham who has been a part of the Transition movement for 10 years and locally is part of Transition New Mills. In the episode, we also talk about the importance of having…
 
You might have heard the term 'rewilding' but are unsure what it's all about. So let's hear all about it from someone who is living it day to day. Together with her husband Geoff, Rachel Evatt recently bought 120 acres of upland on the edge of the Peak District as a rewilding project. We chatted about how rewilding offers us a real vision of hope f…
 
In this episode, Dr. Rina Zazkis, Canada Research Chair in STEM Teaching and Learning, shares insights from her book Lesson Play in Mathematics Education: A Tool for Research and Professional Development, co-authored with Dr. Peter Liljedahl and Dr. Nathalie Sinclair. The book outlines how play-writing engages teachers in considering vital issues i…
 
www.HungryToSpeak.com Last Event We Had The Ever Expansive Les Brown as our motivational keynote speaker. The opinions expressed at The Psychedelic Space Program are those of Tahkole LLC. They do not purport to reflect the opinions or views of Les Brown or any members of "Hungry To Speak." The designations employed in this live event and the presen…
 
This episode was so much fun to record. I chatted with Abbie Sellers who owns Plentiful Wholefoods in Ramsbottom, Bury (UK). Plentiful is a wholefoods refill shop, and Abbie was an inspiration and a huge help to Holly and I as we opened ours in late 2018.Abbie has evolved her shop in the 2 1/2 years since she opened and she's created a wonderful co…
 
Vegan or plant-based? Which term do you prefer and how can you transition to a healthier diet? Isn't it all a bit complicated?We dispel some of the myths and look beyond the hype and the polarising terminology in this episode. I'm joined by Andrew Pickup who has not only experienced better health since moving away from meat consumption but has also…
 
We need to be open about mental health and loads more work is needed to eliminate prejudice and stigma that still surrounds it. So what better time to record an epiosde about mental health that during Mental Health Awareness Week 2021. I chatted with Phil Thomas who as well as being a close friend, has lived experience of mental health difficulties…
 
This first episode of Beyond Day Zero features Russ Hope from eLOV.Russ is a passionate advocate of cycling and runs an electric cargo bike delivery business in Macclesfield, Cheshire, UK. Being well aware of the sheer volume of vans on 'last mile delivery' runs he set out to solve the problem during the pandemic with an environmentally friendly so…
 
Join Josh Coward in conversation with Dr. David Zandvliet and Dr. Shannon Leddy, co-chairs of the Institute for Environmental Learning (IEL). Dr. Zandvliet describes his new role as a UNESCO Chair in Bio-Cultural Diversity and elaborates on the IEL’s award-winning work with the Vancouver Botanical Gardens Association. Dr. Leddy notes how Indigenous…
 
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