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Instead of getting people to go against their will and desires to sacrifice things for sustainability, what if we just acknowledge that most of us are selfish, and learn to play into that? How did we even get to our global waste crisis today, and what do we need to do to address this issue on a...
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David Katz is the founder of Plastic Bank, which is helping to make plastic waste a currency that transcends poverty while stopping the flow of plastic into our oceans. On this podcast episode, David sheds light on what sugar has to do with plastic pollution; why we need to address the fact that...
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Galahad Clark, a seventh-generation Clark of the Clarks shoe dynasty, is the co-creator of Shoespiracy and the founder of VIVOBAREFOOT, a global footwear brand that’s set out to be the most sustainable in the world. After learning about how the thick layers of support in our footwear are leading...
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Entre nous Interview de Jean Touzeau, maire de Lormont Au fait Regards Grand Format Infos pratiques Tribunes
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Volume 2, Episode 10 - NYPD criminalists develop fingerprints to help identify and prosecute suspects.
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Leído por Alejandra Restrepo 4. Solución al Problema de las Drogas Ilícitas Lectura del ACUERDO FINAL PARA LA TERMINACIÓN DEL CONFLICTO Y LA CONSTRUCCIÓN DE UNA PAZ ESTABLE Y DURADERA Texto tomado de...
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The woman who originally coined the term "Zero Waste Lifestyle," Bea Johnson, joins me to talk about starting this now-global movement. Thanks for bringing your light. Hit SUBSCRIBE, and together let's explore what it takes to bring our eco ideas to life and thrive in every sense of the word. ...
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What can we learn from the modeling and fashion industries to help us accelerate our progress towards a healthier future? How does the role of privilege tie into conversations around sustainable living, and how can we be more mindful of this so that we're not just improving our own lives...
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How can traveling inspire a deeper appreciation for humankind and its diversity, more harmony and connection in our world, and awareness of our world's social and environmental issues? What does it take to move people to action through social media and visual storytelling?   "Modern day Tarzan...
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Rotary Club Radio Episode 011 Featured Segment Episode: #11 – Greg Hill – Rotary Club of Topeka, KS (Downtown) – Marketing & Technology in Rotary. In this episode, I’m interviewing Greg Hill, the Public Relations/Media Relations Chair of the Rotary Club of Topeka, KS. Vocationally, Greg is...
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Actor-entrepreneur, UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador, and Co-Founder of Lonely Whale Foundation, Adrian Grenier, is our honored first guest of Green Dreamer Podcast. Thanks for bringing your light. Hit SUBSCRIBE, and together let's explore what it takes to bring our eco ideas to life and...
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What do we need to know about food waste, and what can we do as individuals to help our communities waste less food? Even though sometimes we may feel, as individuals, like just one person in this massive world, why is our sheer existence so important in helping to shape trends and society?   ...
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How can we better convey the science behind sustainability to the general public so that people will be more interested and motivated to take action? How do insects tie into this picture of sustainability, and why is their presence so vital to our sustainable future?   Sharing his wisdom here...
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How can awareness of sustainability—even if just among a minority group of people—eventually reach a tipping point when it can then create a ripple effect and break into the mainstream? What does it take to create stories and documentaries that leave people feeling deeply inspired, empowered, and...
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In the fourth episode of The Spotlight mini series on illegal fees, we examine the class action lawsuit that was brought against the local government in Suffolk County over their illegal actions. 
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What if more people with great influence on popular culture were to more boldly speak up for sustainability? What would it mean for our world if we had models who were role models, who stood up for public health, social and environmental welfare, and who represent brands that actually align with...
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What does it mean for us that plastic is actually in part a byproduct of the oil industry? How do we deal with the frustration of being around friends or family members with wasteful habits while we're working hard to reduce our personal waste? Sharing her wisdom here is Kathryn Kellogg, author...
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In the middle of this global awareness to use less single-use plastic bottled water, why is the bottled water market still on the rise? Why is aluminum superior to plastic as a material used for single-use packaging?   Sharing her wisdom here is Nicole Doucet, the CEO and Co-founder of Open...
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Why are plastic pieces so problematic when they end up in our oceans? How can focusing on preventative solutions to tackling plastic and micro-plastic pollution help us to more effectively address this global issue?   Sharing his wisdom here is Dr. Marcus Eriksen, Co-founder and Research...
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We've been talking so much about plastic pollution, but how exactly is plastic even made to begin with, and what can we learn from that process to better understand its impact on our health? How can we deal with having friends or family members who may not personally support the work we do or...
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Why should durability be a key factor to take into account when we try to shop more sustainably? How are advertisements set up to potentially manipulate our thinking, and how can we address that ourselves in order to protect our mental health?   Sharing her wisdom here is Tara Button, the...
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How does our mental and emotional wellbeing impact our ability to serve those we love, our communities, and our planet? What is it that actually motivates behavioral change, and what does this mean for us as people wanting to spark positive change in our own lives and the lives of people around...
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What are some key public health and environmental issues stemming from the food and beverage industries that we should know about? How do health concerns sparked by the food industry trap people into states of ill health, making it really hard for people to break free from this cycle?   Sharing...
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What is biophilic design, and what are the scientifically proven benefits of being close to nature? Given that we're increasingly urbanizing, what can we do to ensure that future plans for urbanization prioritize green spaces, living walls, and rooftop gardens?   Sharing his expertise with us...
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Adam Sacks is a climate activist, writer, and the Executive Director of Biodiversity for a Livable Climate.   On this podcast episode, Adam sheds light on how biodiversity loss may be a greater threat to our planet than climate change; why we need to include the conservation of biodiversity as...
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How can we help sustainability as a topic get more attention in spaces where people already consume a lot of content online, such as on YouTube? How can we lessen the amount of in-fighting going on within environmental activism so we can join forces to inspire whatever action and change we can...
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When money is often associated with corruption and greed, how can we shift our money mindset to be more confident and unafraid to work with it (given that this is how our world operates), so that we can better use it as a means to help improve our world? What can we do to begin meaningfully...
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What are some ways in which non-profits can really shine and accomplish things that even purpose-driven businesses may not be able to? Why is it so important for sustainability to be inclusive of everybody, no matter our backgrounds, abilities, differences in beliefs, or accessibility?   ...
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We're currently taking a 2-week holidays break in celebration of reaching our 100th episode, and will resume with 2 episodes per week on Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning the second week of January. Be sure to hit SUBSCRIBE if you haven't yet to stay posted, and in the mean time, feel welcome to...
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How can the ways that we go about storytelling either cause division, fear, and hatred, or inspire harmony, empathy, and connection? And in turn, how does this impact our abilities to realize a more sustainable future more quickly?   Special guest of our Bloom Tuesday episode, environmental...
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How may looking at advancement in a linear way (underdeveloped, developing, and developed) limit our ability to learn with an open mind and experience life to the fullest? Why is supporting environmentally and socially conscious tourism so important to sustainable development and the conservation...
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How can we get people who are very much still seduced by fast fashion into the idea of buying less and buying better? How can we deal with perfectionism in terms of sustainable living, and be able to just enjoy this journey rather than just constantly feel bad or feel like we're not enough?   ...
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Time to TAKE ownership and realize the life you want for yourself, the passion project you want to create, and the change you want to see in the world! Bestselling author of Cured by Nature and WILD Habits, Tara Mackey, shares her deeply inspiring story of natural healing, how she completely...
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Professor Andrea Harrington talks about space law and how it impacts our day to day lives.
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How will a deeper understanding of our microbiome health encourage us to take better care of ourselves and our planet? How has human activity been impacting our earth's world of microbes, and what's at stake if our microbial diversity and richness continue to decrease?   Sharing her wisdom here...
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Hello la Communauté , épisode 36-2 voir 36 Emission complet On se fais plaisir pour la #mixxfmconnected , Dj Furax , Hasty Boy et Dj Killoh :) De la déconne , du plaisir et du bon son
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In addition to supporting the most established national or international environmental nonprofits, why do we also need to simultaneously support local, small, and community-based organizations? What's the importance of making sure that key decisions, policies, and solutions are made in the...
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E-commerce is only increasing. Ever wonder about the environmental impact of buying things from online vs. in person?   Special guest of our Bloom Tuesday episode, Polly Barks of Green Indy Blog, shares her expertise on this topic with us.   Find the full show notes with references linked...
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What do we know about how the chemicals and dyes used to treat our clothing impact our health? How can we pick apart brands that may be greenwashing from the brands that are actually trying to do what they can to improve?   Jamie Bainbridge, VP of Product Development at Bolt Threads shares her...
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If you're an eco content creator, this is an episode for you! How can we maintain the courage to continually put ourselves out there, knowing that we'll get judged and even hate, at an extreme? How do we balance saying yes out of pure passion, with saying no to not overcommit? In this episode,...
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Positive change for sustainability in the world begins with YOU feeling at your best from the inside-out. Only when you're in your optimal health can you bring about your best work. So yes, that's right - Mama Earth wants and needs you to take a breather and be good to yourself.   Find 3 of my...
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Cet article La 141R420, la dernière locomotive à vapeur utilisée par la SNCF en service commercial est apparu en premier sur idFM 98FM Radio Enghien.
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Bob Donofrio is the creator of Futura Jewelry, a brand that creates a global curation of iconic jewelry designs using only certified Fairmined Ecological Gold. (At present, it's the only brand to do so.)   After a life-changing discovery a few years ago of the threat that mercury from...
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Leah Penniman is an educator, farmer, the author of Farming While Black, and food justice activist who currently serves as founding co-executive director of Soul Fire Farm in Grafton, New York—a people-of-color led project that works to dismantle racism in our food system.   On this episode,...
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Legend has it, the concrete pad and stone wall are all that's left of an upscale restaurant called Cloud Nine that mysteriously burned down in the 1960s. Who built a restaurant up there and how? What was it like in its heyday? And what led to its demise?Valley 101 host and producer Kaila White...
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As we talked about in last week's episode, the Valley is going to grow. For part two in our exploration of our population, we're looking ahead. Just how many people are we talking about adding? And what will that additional population mean for our economy and housing? What about our...
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What is biodynamic farming, and what can we learn from this to support the regeneration of a healthier planet? How have our individual actions already shifted societal trends, and how are they continuing to crystalize our path towards a sustainable future? Sharing his wisdom here is author and...
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What's at stake when the coverage of environmental issues leave out their impacts on the people they affect? What is the role of an artist in supporting the sustainability and regeneration of a thriving planet? Sharing his wisdom here is Michael A. Estrada, a photographer, writer, and the...
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