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Wannabe Greener aims to make the eco movement accessible for everyone, encouraging positive action through small achievable changes that benefit ourselves, as well as the environment. Honing in on a single topic each fortnight, Harriet Robinson meets inspirational people whose actions are influencing big environmental shifts. Their in-depth discussions break down myths, and offer advice and tips for those wanting to follow in their footsteps. Harriet Robinson is a journalist and presenter, f ...
 
Behind the environmental conservation buzzwords, there are complex and fascinating stories about how us humans are reimagining how we interact with our environment. From revitalizing the concrete channels of the Los Angeles River to preserving the salmon rich waters of Southeast Alaska to rethinking the sprawling agricultural empires of the American Midwest, the Greener Us Podcast explores the science, philosophy, and artistry driving the green revolution. Living sustainably starts with know ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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Happy Girl Kitchen Co. in Pacific Grove, California is a place where food is fun. In this episode, we talk with Happy Girl’s co-founder/owner, Jordan Champagne, about the magic of local harvests, building community through food, and how to look at food production from a farmer’s perspective. More links to resources from the show: It Starts with Fru…
 
How can you get others around you to care about sustainability as much as you do? Environmentalist and founder of sustainability coaching platform, Coaching for Cause, Manuel Bergmann, believes the best way is to lead by example. A German now living in Bali, Manuel talks to Harriet about the misconceptions we have of how different cultures treat th…
 
If you look at Bitcoin from a philosophical perspective, you see a system that has the potential to fundamentally change how human civilizations function. And two words capture the essence of Bitcoin philosophy - scarcity and decentralization. In this episode, we talk with Bitcoin software developer Fontaine Denton about why central banks have too …
 
Nemo Gould is an artist, sculptor, compulsive collector of things, and self-described ‘Chairman of the Hoard’. He makes kinetic sculptures from found objects, repurposing what most of us would consider junk to create weird and wonderful art. In this episode, Nemo and I discuss his work in the context of the sustainability movement and how we can al…
 
The pristine Chilkat River Valley in Southeast Alaska is a special place. In this episode, we talk with documentary filmmaker Connor Gallagher about his film, Rock, Paper, Fish that tells the story of how residents of this valley are dealing with a proposed mining operation in the mountains above Klukwan and Haines - two communities nestled along t…
 
The award-winning period plastic campaigner Ella Daish talks to Harriet about her inspirational journey from Royal Mail postal worker to full time environmental campaigner. She details the worrying extent of the problem of period plastic, which is the fifth most common item washed up on Europe's beaches. As well as explaining what needs to change &…
 
In the Greener Us pilot episode, we talk with Marcus Eriksen of The 5 Gyres Institute about the insidious nature of single-use plastics, how to rethink our relationship with plastic, and the promise of using science, policy, and circular economies to fix the plastic problem. More links to resources from the show: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch Mar…
 
Behind the environmental conservation buzz words, there are complex and fascinating stories about how us humans are reimagining how we interact with our environment. From revitalizing the concrete channels of the Los Angeles River to preserving the salmon rich waters of Southeast Alaska to rethinking the sprawling agricultural empires of the Americ…
 
An urban gardener, blogger and founder of The Farm In My Flat, Joyce van Dam believes everyone can grow their own food, even inside a small apartment like her own. Joyce talks to Harriet about how to get started with your indoor farm, the many benefits it brings and her top tips for keeping your home thriving with edible plants. By growing your own…
 
Growing up in Kenya Sapna Mulki was forced to appreciate the importance of water, which was often very scarce, but was surprised to learn others take it for granted. Globally more than a billion people are currently living without enough clean safe water. Sapna, a water consultant & host of the podcast Breaking Green Ceilings, is trying to change t…
 
The founder of Food Empowerment Project, lauren Ornelas, talks to Harriet about the human impact of our food choices and her journey into activism. lauren believes we need to look beyond veganism, highlighting the exploitation of farm workers, including children, for products we all enjoy on a regular basis. She gives advice on how to make more emp…
 
What's the connection between mind-body practices and environmental activism? Kayla Robertson, founder of the wellness platform and podcast Moving Inward, believes the journey to becoming and remaining an effective activist begins with prioritising your inner self; keeping your personal well-being in check through practices such as mindfulness, med…
 
Dr. Matthew Koski of Clemson University describes his research into the colors of common wildflowers and their response over the last 75 years to changes in the climate and resulting changes to levels of ultraviolet light. These color changes threaten to affect relationships with pollinators and the flowers' reproductive success.…
 
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