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Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Andrea Donsky, and health expert Lisa Davis, MPH discuss their passion for living a natural, healthy lifestyle. As ambassadors of all things natural, their mission is to share with others ways to become healthier by exploring better nutrition, safer products and greener options... and to help you live your life so you too can become Naturally Savvy!
 
Want to reduce your own environmental footprint, but don't know where to start? Think it’s too expensive or difficult? There's a whole load of info out there and for those of us keen to make a difference it can get confusing. Focusing on a single eco topic each fortnight, Harriet Robinson meets inspirational people whose actions are making big changes in terms of sustainability. Their interactive discussions break down myths and offer advice and tips and answer questions from listeners. This ...
 
3P Theory is the podcast for AEC professions seeking to elevate their knowledge on green building strategies and practical design collaboration for sustainable mindsets. Bringing you change-makers, innovators and sustainable leaders whose projects and careers have positively impacted the industry. If you're looking to get inspired, motivated, and fired up to take ACTION towards a greener planet you're in right place.
 
This weekly podcast series is for people who love to garden and spend time outdoors and who really care about environmental stewardship. Hosted by Joe Lamp?l, national gardening television personality and author of The Green Gardener's Guide, Joe shares his unique, insiders perspective with NPR style stories, interviews with nationally acclaimed experts, answers listener's questions and offers useful tips, all in a fresh, insightful and entertaining way.
 
Ready to join a growing segment of the population who works and lives…right from our laptops? We don’t have traditional 9-5 jobs, and we don’t want them, because financial and lifestyle freedom is too important to us. Because we don’t work the corporate grind, we get to be the boss of our own schedule, take vacations whenever we want, and make our work revolve around life, not the other way around. The freelance and online economy is the new cleaner, greener, smarter way to work – for both f ...
 
Eric Stromquist and Ken Smyers ,from Controltrends.org and the ControlTrends Awards, are your source for all things related to the HVAC and Building Automation Controls, Building Sustainability and Smart Buildings Industry. Eric, who is owner of Stromquist & Company, and Ken Smyers from the DMS Controls Group are both major distributors of HVAC and Building Automation Control systems including Honeywell, Siemens and Johnson Controls. Working in the field every day they are experts on how to ...
 
The Bon Appétit Foodcast covers it all: the restaurant scene across the country, a peek inside the minds of the world’s best chefs, the cooking techniques you should be trying out at home, and a behind-the-scenes look at how our writers and editors do what they do. The podcast is our moment to relax and chat... and get really opinionated about mac & cheese. And chicken wings. And butter. Episodes air every Wednesday.
 
This show is for survivors, by survivors. Each week I'm joined by an inspiring individual who has overcome a traumatic childhood to go on to not only survive, but thrive. Sharing their story to help inspire you to overcome the lasting effects of your childhood trauma. You will find that you are not alone in what you are going through, and that no matter how difficult things are now, there is always hope that you can transcend your past and live the life you were meant to live.
 
NEAT is a non-profit group dedicated to helping residents, schools, and businesses live a greener life in British Columbia. Primarily, NEAT provides environmental education, but also assists organizations and institutions develop strategic plans to reduce waste and conserve resources.
 
Do you want to use cleaner, greener products or serve healthier food to your kids but everyday life gets in the way? Girl, same! We are Alison and Larisa, two full-time working moms trying to ensure we surround ourselves and our kids with the best products on the market while navigating the flood of information on what is and isn’t healthy. Oh, and we like cocktails.
 
In American cities, good transit is scarce — but it shouldn't be. We can dramatically expand access to fast, frequent, reliable transit, making cities greener, safer, and more just. In each episode of High Frequency, an interview series hosted by TransitCenter’s Kapish Singla, you’ll hear from the advocates, experts, and public officials working to improve American transit.
 
Five Degrees of Change is the new energy and environment podcast series from the Business Post. Host Daniel Murray will explore how we can all make the necessary changes to reduce our impact on the environment at this critical time. He’ll be asking some of the most influential experts in politics, business and academia to propose three big environmental policy changes they would make if they had the opportunity, and to let us in on two small personal changes they have made to contribute to a ...
 
Influenced by Nature is a podcast for those of us who still believe there is hope for our nature and climate and who want to recognise all the important work going on around the world to support a greener planet. The episodes feature a vast array of interesting guests who aim to keep you up to date on the environmental challenges our modern world is facing while also bringing along solutions and initiatives that we can all benefit from.
 
The world can recover from COVID-19, but can we seize this opportunity to make it a greener, fairer and smarter place? This podcast from the World Economic Forum follows the progress of the Great Reset - as stakeholders from business, government and society seek to change how the world works, putting people and planet at the heart of everything we do
 
Interviews about cannabis, psychedelics, self-optimization and All Things Green. Host Lex Pelger sits down with scientists, activists, adventurers, policy-makers, underground herbalists, nature nerds, radical lawyers and others doing their part to make the world a greener place. The Greener Grass Podcast is a BlueBird Botanicals Production. Please send your ideas, comments and feedback to greenergrasspodcast@gmail.com
 
We believe energy should be better. A better experience for customers, better for the planet, and better value for money. Our aim of this podcast series is to give you real insight into our company’s DNA – the way we work, the way we think, our values, and our people. We’ll be chatting to various members of the Octopus Energy team over the coming series, exploring everything from our products and services, to the technology that sits behind them and the culture that is driving us to deliver ...
 
Are you looking to Live Stronger, Longer and Better? Then you have found the podcast you’ve be searching for! Join host Ror Alexander, wellness architect and healthy living expert, as he strives to bring you cutting edge research, special guests and decades of knowledge to help you improve your healthspan, boost you quality of life, and and to truly help you "design your health".
 
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Larry credits the inception of his new work to a book written in 2004 by Ben Wattenberg called “Fewer” detailing the end of the population explosion. As a result of Wattenberg’s book, Larry put together a more extensive thought on what will occur when this massive population does indeed decrease. This concept inspired the theme […] The post Fewer, …
 
John Grant, writer of the new book Greener Marketing, talks with Innovation Forum’s Toby Webb about how marketing has adapted in the past decade. They discuss why the era of radical millennials, demanding better more sustainable behaviour from companies and their brands and being ever-more suspicious of greenwashing, means there is a need for marke…
 
Dyl Buckley joins Xavier Ellis for another week of the Loose Ballers. Trade time - Cameron, Hogan, Saad, Williams and a heap of roughies for your Tuesday List manager liaisons- Xav and Dyl put their list manager hats on and solve, or come close to solving, all the AFL's trade issues Head to the Hard Ball Gets Instagram, hit up the boys on their soc…
 
Environmental groups have become some of the biggest spenders in U.S. politics this election. Washington state is no exception. The Washington Conservation Voters political action committee (WCV PAC) has poured some $425,000 into about 10 state legislative races. In each case, fossil fuel interests have funded campaigns on the other side.…
 
Welcome to the show! This Amazing Life encourages and inspires YOU, the listener, to take action so that you can LIVE, LOVE, and LEAD your own AMAZING LIFE! Every week, Ryan brings you the “Intention of the Week!” A tool, a mantra, or a guideline for you to use throughout your week on your own path to success. This week’s Intention of the Week is "…
 
Ozlem Cekic, one of the first Muslim women with an immigrant background to enter Danish parliament, tells us why she decided to meet up with the people who sent her racist emails. We discuss whether a new women's centre at the site of the former Holloway Women's Prison will get the go ahead. We hear from Lucy who's with Reclaim Holloway and also fr…
 
Welcome to the show! This Amazing Life encourages and inspires YOU, the listener, to take action so that you can LIVE, LOVE, and LEAD your own AMAZING LIFE! Every week, Ryan brings you the “Intention of the Week!” A tool, a mantra, or a guideline for you to use throughout your week on your own path to success. This week’s Intention of the Week is "…
 
The fourth series of The Crown currently airing on Netflix lays bare the ups and downs of the royal marriage of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer . The drama has introduced a new generation to the Princess, her depression and struggles with the eating disorder bulimia. Jane Garvey talks to the veteran royal watcher Jennie Bond and also to Ali P…
 
If you want to stop wasting time on clients who are not ready to hire you, we have just the trick. Let them marinate until they are ready. But how do you do that? And isn’t that kind of passive? Those are just a few of the questions Melanie “the Marketer” Deardorff and I discussed in today’s episode. If you like what you hear, we’d love it if you w…
 
After last week's solo episode, I've got something a little different for you again this week! Because more change and uncertainty is what we all need right now yes..?!! This week’s episode is a live recording done from the virtual podcast stage at Future Fest, an amazing online event from Pebble Magazine that happened at the beginning of November …
 
This week: Emily Kunen, global responsible sourcing lead for palm oil and seafood at Nestlé, Sandra Doig, head of sustainability at Grupo Palmas and Marianne Marinet, programmes director for the Earthworm Foundation, talk with Innovation Forum’s Toby Webb about how they have collaborated to create a more sustainable landscape in Peru. Plus: new foo…
 
Joe Franses, vice-president sustainability, Coca-Cola European Partners talks with Ian Welsh about the company’s plastics targets, the challenges getting to real scale, and the need for better collection infrastructure. Franses highlights the difficulties of finding recycled feedstock of the right quality and then turning that into food-grade mater…
 
The Island Social Club was created to fill the void of what was once London’s thriving Caribbean social scene. Chef, writer and co-founder Marie Mitchell explores Caribbean food and culture while creating a space for second and third generation British people of Caribbean descent to connect with their heritage. Marie talks abut food and identity an…
 
Gentry Patrick was born in South Central Los Angeles to a 16-year-old single mother. Through grit, serendipity, mentorship, and wits, he went on to study science at some of the most reputable institutions and ultimately earned his doctoral degree and landed a job as a professor of biology at UC San Diego. There he studies how proteins in the brain …
 
Music is everything. Everything is music. Our dear friend, musician Daniel Fresco came through to talk about ethereal goodness, rediscovering vinyl, losing your auditory virginity, finding the groove of life, healing through music and transcending the personality self. Really dope hang, very high vibe. Drop the needle and pray! Hope ya dig it.Peep …
 
Stella Gibbons' first novel was Cold Comfort Farm. First published in 1932, it became an instant bestseller and made fun of country life. Another one of her novels called My American will be serialized on BBC Radio 4 next week. The writer Lynne Truss discusses Stella's life and work.Four years ago the largest women's prison in Western Europe, HMP H…
 
Brandon Hunt, founder of Bourbon Charity, joins us to talk about what Bourbon Charity is, how it was founded, sourcing bourbon, picking charities, events, Bourbon Hood and more. Also, Chris Walters, the creator of Nose Your Bourbon, talks about his nosing kits, how he got into bourbon and more.By Hops & Spirits
 
In this episode of Inside Octopus Energy, we focus on growth and what it takes to go from zero to over 1.8 million customers in just four years. Hosts Russell & Trudy were joined by our Chief Financial Officer and Co-Founder, Stuart Jackson, who talked through everything from bringing on board our first customers, through managing the rapid scaling…
 
To open things up the guys are saddened to discuss the catastrophic injury to Cincinnati Bengals QB, Joe Burrow (2:00).They also discuss the potential implications of Joe's injury on star QB prospect Trevor Lawrence's decision to enter into the upcoming NFL Draft (7:30). After a great MNF matchup between the L.A. Rams and The Tampa Bay Bucs the fel…
 
In this weeks episode, Host In Ireland Founder, Garry Connolly is joined by Maurice Mortell, Country Manager Ireland and Sustainability lead EMEA at Equinix and Jennifer Ruch, Global Head of ESG at Equinix, as well as Peter Jones, Chief Development Officer (CDO) at Yondr Group and Garry Cornell, Head of Environment and Sustainability at Yondr Group…
 
A controversial plan to raise domesticated steelhead in net pens in Puget Sound faces a new legal challenge. Cooke Aquaculture wants to use its remaining leases with the state, despite the ban on net pen farming of non-native fish. So, it proposed switching from Atlantic salmon to sterilized native steelhead.…
 
Wafa Mustafa is a Syrian refugee currently living in Berlin. Her father was arrested in Syria on July 2nd 2013 and has not been heard from since. Wafa is just one of many Syrian women, who are part of Families for Freedom, a woman-led movement searching for family members who were detained or 'disappeared' by the Syrian regime, ISIS and other armed…
 
A skincare AMA with dermatologist Dr Davin Lim. You guys sent in your questions, Davin answered them! Are fragrances an ingredient category everyone should avoid? Yay or nay to the Ordinary’s niacinamide powder? Who should consider laser treatment? What’s the right way to layer your products? If you’re looking for an effective skincare routine, sho…
 
We’re excited to bring you a new series from Vogue -- In Vogue: The 1990s. If you miss the 90s for all its nostalgia, fashion, and culture, you're going to love this episode on the fusion of fashion and celebrity culture. By the mid 90’s, fashion had ceased to be an insular, self-sustaining industry. The fashion ecosystem expanded rapidly to includ…
 
Can you make the railways greener by powering trains with energy from the sun? We hear about the pioneering train in Australia that’s run entirely on solar power. Plus we visit the solar farm that’s plugged directly into a railway in Britain and hear about Indian Railways’ big plan for converting to renewable power.Produced and presented by Richard…
 
The Crystal Ball That Lied by G.B. Burgess. Narrated by J.S. Arquin. Featuring an afterword recorded by G.B. Burgess. #fantasy #fortune #darkfantasy A replica of Dancer pirouetted across my surface, her jewels and clothing shimmering with each movement. Dancer sobbed as she looked upon her likeness. Tears fell. They splashed on me and I swallowed t…
 
Underwater noise from ship traffic is one of the major threats to Puget Sound’s endangered Southern Resident orcas. It can interfere with the whales’ ability to communicate, navigate by echolocation and find the increasingly scarce salmon they prefer. A recommendation from the orca recovery task force convened by Gov. Jay Inslee in 2018-19 is to re…
 
Episode 14 of the Green House Healthy Podcast hosted by Heather DeRose and Antonio DeRose is now live on your favorite podcast platform! 🎧📲In this episode we had the pleasure of speaking with Sandra Elkind! Sandra Elkind is Co-Founder & Chief Creative Officer of STO Responsible, a Boulder-based sustainable packaging solutions company serving the ca…
 
Women have been worst hit in financial and economic terms by the pandemic so the spending review coming up this week is of particular interest this year. It’s when the chancellor sets out his big picture for the next three or four years in terms of what each government department will have to spend. This time round though Rishi Sunak will be laying…
 
Ailsa and Kylie talk about the episode with a shiny guitar and real-life rock stars. They also discuss cardboard boxes, nude swimming and the silent treatment. seachangerspodcast@gmail.com www.facebook.com/seachangerspodcast This podcast is recorded on Noongar land. We would like to acknowledge the Binjareb and Whadjuk people as traditional custodi…
 
In the story of Ruth and Boaz, there is a whole lot of anxious excitement in the last chapter. Will Boaz get this ‘la bomba’ Ruth? Will this random guy with no name end up marrying Ruth instead? Will Naomi end the story bitter and empty? In Ruth chapter four you see God do something pretty awesome - but when you look beyond the simple story you see…
 
The Woman’s Hour Power List reveal celebrates women from across the UK who are making a significant contribution to the health and sustainability of our planet. Number 2 on the list is environmental lawyer Farhana Yamin.Boris Johnson’s government has been criticised for its lack of women at the top table. The dramatic departure of Dominic Cummings …
 
Swimming in the deep end of The Realm with our favorite interdimensional dolphinboi of healing Light, Gabriel. He rocked our world as always. Hope ya dig it.Support us on patreon to get access to our radio show Church of Chill and join the discord community - www.patreon.com/churchofchillFollow us on instagram and twitter @VeryApeTVRecorded 11/20/2…
 
Welcome to the show! This Amazing Life encourages and inspires YOU, the listener, to take action so that you can LIVE, LOVE, and LEAD your own AMAZING LIFE! Every week, Ryan brings you the “Intention of the Week!” A tool, a mantra, or a guideline for you to use throughout your week on your own path to success. This week’s Intention of the Week is "…
 
EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and former US Secretary of State John Kerry join the discussion on impact COVID-19 has had on public confidence in the ability of leaders and institutions to prepare for unexpected risks. What new forms of cooperation, bold ideas and reforms are needed for business, policy-makers and civil society to bui…
 
Number 23 on this year’s Woman’s Hour Power List is Kate Humble – whose TV career spans 30 years and includes all sorts of programmes covering nature, wildlife and farming. But how important is TV in helping people actually care about the planet? Jane talks to Kate about the best way to connect people with nature, the importance of inspiring the ne…
 
Today I’ve got a solo episode for you – I’d like to try and pretend it was planned, but the reality is obviously that I failed spectacularly to plan ahead enough to have a guest for this week. Sooooooooo, I’m diving right on into the C-word. No, not corona virus. No, not that one, go and wash your moth out. I’m talking Christmas. Of course I am. Th…
 
It's that time of year again. The halls are decked, trees are trimmed, and stockings hung on the mantle. Well if there has EVER been a year to discuss my top holiday health gifts that year is 2020! And this years Christmas theme is "Reclaiming". Reclaiming all that has been taken from us in relation to our physical and mental health, and taking the…
 
This week: Tato Bigio, CEO of UBQ Materials Israel, explains how waste destined for landfill can be converted into new thermoplastic material that can take the place of traditional plastics in potentially thousands of products. He says that the thermoplastic is competitive on price, significantly cuts emissions and outperforms traditional plastic o…
 
Felicitas Weber, Know the Chain project lead at the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre, talks with Ian Welsh about the latest food and beverage sector forced labour benchmark. The topline conclusion is that progress to get to grips with exploitation of workers remains slow. While there is perhaps some inevitable distraction from ensuring bus…
 
Young people are one of the key driving forces behind climate activism and fighting for the future of the planet. But what’s it like being on the front line? And how do young people want to change the way we think about environmental issues? Three of the women from this year’s Power List – Mya-Rose Craig, Holly Gillibrand and Mikaela Loach – talk a…
 
Nicole Austin, General Manager and distiller for Cascade Hollow Distilling in Tennessee, better known as the home for George Dickel Tennessee Whiskey, joins at the 1 minute mark. Was the Cascade Moon Whisky series what you couldn't talk about last time? The Cascade Moon is not part of the George Dickel brand? How much did you want to give back or c…
 
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