Eco Living 공개
[search 0]

Download the App!

show episodes
 
From the popular blog www.startingsustainability.com we have created a podcast to help you learn the simple ways you can incorporate sustainable practices into your lifestyle. Follow Kaylin along with her triumphs and fails of navigating a sustainable lifestyle. Everyone can do more than re-usable bags and cups. Getting everyone to do an extra few steps towards sustainability will have a greater impact than just one person doing it perfectly. To learn more check out www.startingsustainabilit ...
 
Living sustainably should be easier. Curious about a zero waste lifestyle? Want to know what the “circular economy” or “slow fashion” really means? Each episode, brought to you from Brightly.eco by eco-experts Laura Alexander Wittig and Liza Moiseeva, features daily, actionable tips to help you live your life more sustainably. Start changing the world by listening to a new, bite-sized episode every week. For more info, visit https://brightly.eco/podcast
 
Sophia Ruan Gushée is a sought-after nontoxic lifestyle expert, author of critically acclaimed books (A to Z of D-Toxing: The Ultimate Guide to Reducing Our Toxic Exposures, Home Detox Workbook: Checklists to Eliminate Toxic Chemicals, and EMF Detox Workbook: Checklists to Recover from Electromagnetic Exposure), creator of the D-Tox Academy. Inspired as a wife and mother of three delightful girls in NYC, Sophia talks to wellness warriors and pioneers to simplify practical nontoxic living.
 
What’s really in the products we use and buy every day? Is it possible to change our own health by becoming more thoughtful consumers? I’m your host Shannon Lohr and I’m an entrepreneur, mother and clean living advocate who thinks a lot about what I buy -- especially when it comes to home, food and beauty. For most people, it’s overwhelming to sift through research about parabens and sulfates when you’re just trying to make it through the day, put dinner on the table and get the kids to bed. ...
 
How much do you know about Harford County, Maryland? Are you familiar with the enormous diversity of businesses, charitable organizations, authors, musicians, artists and others who call Harford County home? How familiar are you with Harford County’s over 300 years of history, its historic sites and even its rumored hauntings? Are you familiar with the long and storied history of the military in Harford County and the contributions to the founding, growth and security of Maryland and the nat ...
 
Stories and inspiration from creative entrepreneurs, movers & shakers in Bali 🌺 Get the inside scoop on living, working and exploring this beautiful island🌴 What do people who move to Bali do for a living? How can you run a successful business in Bali or from Bali? What are some of the best places to live and hang-out in Bali? Like the title hints, we will be chatting with and interviewing various types of creative people who live here in Bali - short and long term. We’ll be digging in and u ...
 
Green Living: organic food, green homes, environmental protection, green health, cutting-edge research -- just some of the exciting topics Diane explores. Diane is an Integrative Intuitive Counselor, Author, and Speaker. Her new book, "Intuition for Beginners" will be published April 2013 and she's the author of "Invisible Blueprints" and contributing author to "The Long Way Around" and "Speaking Out." Born and raised in New Orleans, Diane has an A. B. in French from Duke University and did ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Leather doesn't have the best rap when it comes to the environment. Luckily, there are more sustainable alternatives than ever before, and that's exactly what we discuss in this episode. Laura chats with Inder Bedi, the founder of Matt & Nat, who has gone on to launch 457 ANEW—a slow fashion line that creates handbags, clothing, and more out of lan…
 
www.startingsustainability.com If you care about the environment and want to make a big difference but, are a super busy person who just doesn’t have the time to do EVERYTHING it takes to be Zero-Waste, then check out the interview with Stephanie Miller. She wrote Zero Waste Living the 80/20 Way: The Busy Person’s Guide to a Lighter Footprint. Clic…
 
In this episode of Living Planet, we hear about some of the different ways ordinary people relate to environmental issues in different parts of the world. Climate activists talk about using TikTok to reach Generation Z. And 35 years after the Chernobyl disaster, we'll hear how people in Russia and China view the future of nuclear energy.…
 
On this week's show, Spain grapples with the environmental impact of the renewable energy boom. Young entrepreneurs in Kenya discover how a tiny critter can make a big impact on food waste. And Mexico takes the lead in kicking the herbicide glyphosate to the curb for the sake of its native bees.저자 DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
At age 61, Elissa Goodman is a glowing reminder of our healing opportunities. Diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma at age 32, Elissa later discovered that she also had Hypothyroidism, Hashimoto’s, and Celiac disease. Then, 11 years after her cancer diagnosis, her husband Marc was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. After battling cancer for 18 mont…
 
To piggyback onto the other encore episode I did on sustainable fashion, in this episode I want to talk about kids clothing specifically. What do you do when you want to buy sustainable clothing for your kids but you also know how fast they grow out of everything? Let’s explore, shall we… LINK TO SHOW NOTES: http://cleanlivingpodcast.com/kidsclothi…
 
On this episode of Harford County Living with Rich Bennett, coming to you from the Freedom Federal Credit Union studios, Rich and co-host Joe Ayler speak with Jackie Kolbe and George Wooden. Jackie is with the Jeep Club of Harford County and she contacted George of BW Unlimited Charity Fundraising. Jackie heard about an accident which involved a li…
 
Across the world, people are having to rethink the way they grow food in the face of the impacts of climate change and industrial agriculture. We hear from seed guardians in Ecuador trying to save vital seed varieties from disappearing, and from farmers in East Africa battling deadly invisible toxins in their crops. Plus: An organic farming group's…
 
If you love the aesthetic of a plant-filled home but don’t have the greenest thumb, you’re in the right place. In this episode, Laura chats with Nick Cutsumpas, who you may know as @farmernick on Instagram. Together, they discuss the ins and outs of plant parenting, including what Nick considers the "holy trinity" of beginner plants, how to avoid m…
 
www.startingsustainability.com Do you have a bank? A retirement fund? How about a mortgage or a credit card? Did you know that your financial institution could be using your money to support bad for the earth business like fossil fuel companies? Marco Vangelisti explains how to find out how your money is being used and what you can do to make sure …
 
On this episode of Harford County Living with Rich Bennett, coming to you from the Freedom Federal Credit Union studios, Rich speaks with Jack Graham. Jack is the General Manager of High-A Affiliate Aberdeen Ironbirds. If you can't make a game this season, you can watch them on MiLB.TV. Sponsored by Tar Heel Construction Group If you have an idea o…
 
.fusion-body .fusion-builder-column-0{width:100% !important;margin-top : 0px;margin-bottom : 0px;}.fusion-builder-column-0 > .fusion-column-wrapper {padding-top : 0px !important;padding-right : 0px !important;margin-right : 1.92%;padding-bottom : 0px !important;padding-left : 0px !important;margin-left : 1.92%;}@media only screen and (max-width:102…
 
We dissect US President Joe Biden's pledge to cut his country's greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030. Protesters in Serbia sound off on big polluters, while a city in the UK takes the initiative to clean up its dirty air. And we discuss how international travel to picturesque destinations really impacts the environment in the Global South.…
 
Phrases like "climate neutrality" and "net-zero emissions" are rising in popularity. But why is being climate neutral so important, and what does it actually mean? In this episode, Liza explores those exact questions during her conversation with Caitlin Drown from the non-profit organization, Climate Neutral. Together, they dig deep into all the bu…
 
www.startingsustainability.com Danny Kennedy joins the show and discusses New Energy Nexus an international non-profit that supports clean energy entrepreneurs with funds, accelerators, and networks. Danny also wrote the book Rooftop Revolution and Kaylin picks his brain about all things solar. Show notes available at www.startingsustainability.com…
 
How often do you think about the clothing you buy? Where it comes from, where it was made, what it’s made from? When you think about all of the other things in the world to care about, why should fashion be one of them? That’s what we’re exploring in this episode… LINK TO SHOW NOTES: http://cleanlivingpodcast.com/sustainablefashion…
 
On this episode of Harford County Living with Rich Bennett, coming to you from the Freedom Federal Credit Union studios, Rich and co-host Julia Chang speak with Monica Wirth. Monica has been dressing up in different costumes to serve her kids lunch while they've been home virtually training for school. From Pocahontas to a knight in shining armor, …
 
Have you ever asked "Who Made My Clothes?" According to Orsola de Castro, the co-founder and global creative director of Fashion Revolution, it's one of the most important things you can do. Fashion Revolution was founded following the 2013 Rana Plaza factory collapse. Since then, it's evolved into an annual week-long event focused on the intersect…
 
www.startingsustainability.com Earth Day is coming up SOON!!! Check out these awesome starter ideas. You can implement them into your lifestyle or help others get started on their sustainable journey this Earth Day. Show notes available at www.startingsustainability.com/episode75저자 Kaylin Chenoweth
 
On this episode of Harford County Living with Rich Bennett, coming to you from the Freedom Federal Credit Union studios, Rich speaks with Dr. Lynch and Dr. O’Hare. Dr. Lynch and Dr. O’Hare are with Lynch Primary Care which offers an exciting and refreshing approach to healthcare. Concierge medicine addresses the most common complaints about medical…
 
This week on Living Planet, stories of how local movers and shakers deal with global problems. Glaciologists in Oregon tell us what they've learned about the climate from frozen caves, while a community in Lyon, France protests meatless school lunches. We also debate the ethics of traveling by cruise or by plane. And women from the Niger Delta shar…
 
The largest glacial cave system in the contiguous United States is melting at an alarming rate. The complex system has been studied by cavers and glaciologists since the caves were first discovered in 2011 in mountains near Portland, Oregon. But scientists may be running out of time, as the warming climate means the glaciers could be completely gon…
 
In Nigeria’s oil producing Niger Delta, women are the breadwinners in many homes, doing traditional jobs like farming and fishing, while men often head to cities to work. After decades of oil pollution, women especially have suffered the consequences of serious pollution, and the health problems associated with it. But they are now leading the move…
 
If you celebrate Mother’s Day, it's just around the corner on May 9th. Besides being a great reminder to celebrate the most important mothers in your life, it's also a big shopping day – making it a great time to be a conscious consumer. In this episode, Laura and Liza share their favorite April eco product finds, plus give you creative ideas for w…
 
www.startinsustainability.com Did you know you are producing a lot of invisible trash? Yes, not only do you physically throw out trash in the garbage can but there is a very large trail of invisible trash associated with each product you buy. Learn where invisible trash comes from and different ways to your invisible trash. Show notes available at …
 
On this episode of Harford County Living with Rich Bennett, coming to you from the Freedom Federal Credit Union studios, Rich and co-host Lyle Garitty speak with Stephen Sappington. Stephen is the Founder and President of Rally Against Parkinson's (RAP). Rally Against Parkinson's (RAP) is a 501c3 non-profit, all-volunteer organization supporting Ro…
 
From species extinction to waste, land degradation to climate change and pollution, from Kenya to Australia, India, and France, this two-part special explores some of the most urgent environmental problems facing the planet — and how they might be solved. In part two, we hear about deforestation in Kashmir, puzzling water scarcity in Kenya and atte…
 
You use biodegradable sponges in the kitchen and shampoo bars in the bathroom. But how sustainable is your bedroom? In today’s episode, Liza chats with Colin McIntosh, the CEO and founder of Sheets & Giggles, an eco-friendly bedding brand. They go over the most popular sustainable bedding options available to consumers right now—including eucalyptu…
 
www.startingsustainability.com Way back in episode 3 Kaylin talked about how to create a sustainable bathroom. That was almost 2 years ago! Since then she has discovered many new sustainable products for the bathroom. In this episode she reminds us of previously talked about products, renews the list of sustainable items for the bathroom, and revie…
 
On this episode of Harford County Living with Rich Bennett, coming to you from the Freedom Federal Credit Union studios, Rich speaks with Kelly White. Kelly is an Award-Winning Author and Editor and has launched a new podcast on the Chesapeake Podcast Network. The podcast, The Word With An Inquisitive Booknerd, will feature interviews with several …
 
From species extinction to waste, land degradation to climate change and pollution, from Kenya to Australia, India, and France, this two-part special explores some of the most urgent environmental problems facing the planet — and how they might be solved. In part one, we hear about the struggle to save a native Tasmanian species from extinction, pl…
 
You’ve probably heard of Rothy’s—a brand that hand-makes all its products from recycled materials. In today’s episode, Liza chats with Saskia Van Gendt, the head of sustainability at the company, about balancing sustainability goals and growth as a brand, what circular production is and how it betters the planet, and the importance of reducing your…
 
www.startingsustainability.com Do you have a desire to compost but no idea where to start? Are you unsure of what can and cannot go in the compost? Will a compost pile make my whole yard smell? David Guion joins the show and explains the basics of composting. If you like this podcast give it a positive review. For more information go to www.startin…
 
On this episode of Harford County Living with Rich Bennett, coming to you from the Freedom Federal Credit Union studios, Rich speaks with Wendy Messner and Mia Ellis. Wendy and Mia are with Rage Against Addiction. Rage Against Addiction is a non-profit organization dedicated to connecting addicts and their families with the resources they need to f…
 
In parts of the Caribbean, it is not unusual for faucets to run dry — the region is facing drought linked to climate change. During the COVID-19 pandemic, that means many people lack the water they need to wash their hands. Aging infrastructure that wastes this precious resource is among the main problems. But locals in Trinidad are seeking solutio…
 
In much of the world, clean water is taken for granted. But in parts of the Global South, drought and flooding connected to climate change are making water scarce. And that is hitting kids the hardest. DW reporter Jennifer Collins chats about a Global Ideas project that investigated the impacts of water inequality on the health of children in South…
 
Despite its location straddling the Andes and the Pacific Ocean, Chile is facing water scarcity, due in part to climate change-related drought. Water was privatized under the Pinochet dictatorship in the 1970s — limiting access for farming communities and city dwellers alike. In 2020, citizens voted to rewrite the constitution. And water is looming…
 
In the Global North, clean water is taken for granted — but in some places it means the difference between life and death. "Water wars" are taking place as people fight failing systems, and combat climate change, to access enough clean water for all. From Chile to South Africa, India to the Caribbean, we hear about those water conflicts that are fl…
 
This month, Laura and Liza highlight Women Owned products in honor of Women’s History Month, in addition to Asian and AAPI eco-friendly picks across beauty, home, and more. To get our picks and to see show notes, head to brightly.eco/march-picks or go to brightly.eco/podcast.
 
www.startingsustainability.com It's been a rough recording week. Kaylin gives her first presentation about the podcast and sustainable living, in front of a big crowd including her coworkers and boss. Listen in to see how she does. www.startingsustainability.com/episode71저자 Kaylin Chenoweth
 
On this episode of Harford County Living with Rich Bennett, coming to you from the Freedom Federal Credit Union studios, Rich speaks with Alex Denstman and Dr. Greg Hobelmann. Alex Denstman and Dr. Greg Hobelmann serve as Joint CEO's of Ashley Addiction Treatment. Ashley is a nationally recognized leader in the integrated, evidence-based treatment …
 
Over the past 40 years, around 1 million square kilometers of the rainforest have been destroyed across South America. Two famous Brazilians want to end deforestation and bring rainforests in their homeland back to life. Sebastiao Salgado, a well-known photographer and forest champion, and musician Gilberto Gil hope to plant 1 million trees a year.…
 
Trees are often seen as something to be chopped down for economic gain or cleared to make way for development. But without them, scientists warn, humanity loses an important lifeline. These carbon sinks can be thought of as giant air conditioners that cool the planet — a powerful tool in mitigating climate change. From Costa Rica to Brazil, Rome to…
 
In Italy, trees are under attack from a tiny, round, reddish-brown invader. The pine tortoise scale latches on to its victim, excretes copious amounts of sugary liquid and waits for black sooty mold to take over. The nonnative pest from the Americas first showed up here in 2014, and it's threatening to decimate Rome's 1 million umbrella pine trees.…
 
Forests capture and store about one of every four tons of carbon dioxide we spew out, slowing global warming. And though trees are increasingly likely to suffer from warmer temperatures and drought, there's hope: plants need carbon dioxide, and the ever-growing amount could help them. Reporter Dan Grossman, funded by the Pulitzer Center, followed r…
 
Recycling seems easy enough, but there’s still a lot of confusion about how to go about it correctly in order to better the planet. Today’s guests, Rosie Briggs and Kylie Byrd of Eco-Cycle, discuss why we should think about the three R's differently, exactly what happens to materials once they leave your home, and the ins and outs of composting. Fo…
 
www.startingsustainability.com Want to reduce your stress and anxiety, clean less, and have more free time? The answer is minimalism! But we can't just get rid of everything. We have to do it eco-consciously. That's where Laura Durenberger comes on as a guest to explain how to go through the minimalizing process, the right way. Show notes available…
 
On this episode of Harford County Living with Rich Bennett, coming to you from the Freedom Federal Credit Union studios, Rich speaks with Nicole Wilson. Nicole is the owner of Your Pet AuPair pet service company offering, dog walking, pet sitting and more. Rated as one of the best dog walkers in Maryland and winner of the 2020 Harford County Living…
 
Functional health coach for women’s health & fertility, Nita Ewald was often sick as a child. It wasn't until she was about 29-years-old—and with a master's in chemistry—that she started to detox her purchases as she learned about the ingredients in her personal care products, cleaning products, pots and pans, and more. This eventually led Nita to …
 
The Latur region of the western state of Maharashtra in India is notorious for water scarcity, and farmers there have faced drought for some time. But over recent years, they have been shifting cultivation methods to conserve water, turning toward nature-oriented farming to restore the land and rivers. And those efforts are making the communities m…
 
Loading …

빠른 참조 가이드

Google login Twitter login Classic login