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Environment & Climate Episodes

Jan. 31, 2023

#243 - What's Possible with Hydropower, with Gia Schneider of Natel E…

With this conversation, we’ll be working to understand hydropower: its potential, its historic challenges and limitations, and a path forward for wielding this resource efficiently and restoratively.

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Aug. 2, 2022

#236 - How to End the World's 'Hurricane of Hunger' in One Generation…

The world's hunger crisis continues to worsen, affecting millions of people globally. Most people refer to this problem as a result of climate change, but the reality is that roughly 80% of the problem is caused by soil, and only …

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July 12, 2022

#233 - How to Buy Less, Buy Better, and End Consumer Culture, with Aj…

Do you ever wonder where old clothes end up? The simple answer: most of them go into a trash wasteland and end up contributing to climate change.

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June 21, 2022

#230 - How (& Why) to Save the Mangroves, with Vahid Fotuhi of Blue F…

The idea of creating a better world for the new generations motivates Vahid to make a positive impact on the planet through renewable energy and reforestation by giving awareness, taking environmental actions, and creating eco-warriors – starting with his children.

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June 14, 2022

#229 - How to Save Our Planet and Create an Ecotopia, with Professor …

Imagine a future without climate change: clean air, less pollution, and renewable energy. We always talk about the downsides, but what about focusing more on the solutions?

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May 24, 2022

#226 - How to Create a Greener, Sustainable Internet, with Tom Greenw…

We are in a digital age, with information at our fingertips. Yet, a lot of people are unaware of the impact of digital technology on the environment. Wholegrain Digital aims to help organizations thrive online using efficient design and web …

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May 10, 2022

#224 - How to Reinvent the Economics of Agriculture Using Blockchain …

Agriculture is essential in the fight against the climate crisis, not only for mankind but for the survival of the Earth. Gregory Landua and Regen Network are leading the way towards tracking and funding ecological regeneration and creating new tools …

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May 3, 2022

#223 - How to Turn Degraded Landscapes into Regenerative Circular Eco…

The Earth is unique, irreplaceable – it’s our home. We can't keep destroying it little by little. There is still a chance to save it, and one of these solutions is through regenerative agriculture projects.

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April 5, 2022

#219 - How Regenerative Organic Certification is the Future of Agricu…

This episode is in honor of Earth Month, and a repost from our discussion with Elizabeth Whitlow in October of 2020. Elizabeth is the Executive Director of the Regenerative Organic Alliance (ROA).

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Feb. 8, 2022

#211 - Eating Crickets: The Key to a Sustainable Food System? with Ka…

Kate Stoddard is a mother, social entrepreneur, environmentalist, and founder of Orchestra Provisions. She is passionate about finding regenerative solutions to mending broken food systems. In this episode, we explore how eating crickets could be the key to a sustainable …

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Jan. 18, 2022

#207 - How to Build an Online Community to Fight Climate Change, with…

Nivi Achanta is the founder and CEO of Soapbox Project, making social impact easy for busy people, starting with bite-sized climate action plans! She believes in positive messaging around social change and shares experiences that have motivated her to make …

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Jan. 4, 2022

#205 - How to End the Climate Crisis in One Generation with Paul Hawk…

Neoliberal capitalism turns life into money by killing it, but what good is that money on a dying planet? Today we speak to Paul Hawken about how to end the climate crisis in one generation using an approach centered on …

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Jan. 12, 2021

#145 - How Reuse (And a Coffee Cup!) Can Prevent Climate Change with …

This episode originally aired in March 2020. In this episode, we welcomed the Managing Director and Co-founder of KeepCup, Abigail Forsyth.

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