Green Diva Meg, host of the Green Divas Radio Show, takes a light-hearted approach to sustainable living. She hosts this informative and entertaining one-hour radio show along with a variety of Green Divas and Green Dudes. It streams first on GDGD Radio, then is available on all the top podcast networks. Listen to great interviews with high-profile celebrities and leaders in the green living movement. Enjoy informative and fun segments/podcasts like Greenpeace GDs, Green Divas Foodie-Philes; Green Divas Eco-Sexy; Green Dude Stuff; GDs iMatter Youth; Green Divas Health & Beauty; Green Divas Confessions; Green Divas DIY; and more practical and low-stress ways to live a deeper shade of green.
This is the podcast dedicated to the global cleanweb community. Cleanweb is the use of connected Information Technology to help address resource and sustainability challenges. In this podcast, we shine a light on the products and services with a cleanweb focus. Once a week, the spotlight will be on the experts and leaders of the cleanweb movement. This will accelerate the take up of new and exciting solutions moving us towards a sustainable way of living. Through this weekly series Woon hopes to inspire the next generation of change makers to get involved in the conversation and start taking action. Whether you are a budding entrepreneur with a great idea, an engineer with a solution to a big problem or an investor eyeing your next venture.
Global Challenges/Chemistry Solutions is a series of podcasts describing some of the 21st Century’s most daunting problems, and how cutting-edge research in chemistry matters in the quest for solutions.
Environmental storytelling podcast driven by curiosity and an investigative spirit. Engaging and transformative narratives, with an ever-increasing scope that pushes beyond the traditional boundaries of terms like “environment”, "energy", or “sustainability”.
Saving the planet starts at home -- so many Americans are looking for ways to make their own lives more "green." That's why we're launching Sierra Club Radio. Our mission is to offer tips and tell stories we all can use as consumers, as citizens, as neighbors, and as parents to make responsible choices, to connect to the growing environmental community.
Everywhere people are talking about the new green economy. What is the green economy, what are green jobs and a green collar jobs? Is this a fad or is this a long term trend. How do I get one of these green collar jobs? Listen to Green Sense and you will learn all about green jobs Robert Colangelo is your host and he will empower you with the information you need to gain a better understanding of the green economy and so you can make choices that will benefit you and improve the planet.
The Green Up Girl - C S Wurzberger is on a mission to inspire people to care for the earth and its animals. Her weekly podcast series Greener by Choice shares simple action steps, engages in conversations, and provides resources so you can enjoy living a greener lifestyle. Plus, as a bonus features eco-friendly products, and spotlights green movement leaders who are making a difference all around the world. Let’s come together and ensure a greener, cleaner future for all! Visit GreenerbyChoice.com & TheGreenUpGirl.com to learn more.
Boost your motivation to create a green, sustainable planet with Ecopreneur Steve Sapowsky. We will dive into the carbon footprint, clean energy, climate change, social activism, education, politics, self- help, and so much more. Eco Warrior Radio is a listener-fueled podcast, so please leave your comments and ratings to help us spread the good word.
Simon Sturgis has been studying carbon emissions in the building industry for the last 8 or 9 years. He uses his experience to look at the scenarios of when it might be best to demolish and rebuild, or whether retrofit might be a better option. He also explains how new buildings should be created with their ‘circular economy’ in mind. Check out the show notes for more information.
When people think Calgary, renewable energy doesn't usually come to mind. But dig a little deeper and the oil capital of Canada may surprise you. With a carbon tax looming, the city is in a great position to make bank.
Tanja was one of the organisers of the Det Faelles Bedste ('The Common Good') convergence in Hvalsø. Here she talks to Transition Network's Rob Hopkins about the event, how it came about, and how it was going.
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At the Det Faelles Bedste event in Hvalsø, Denmark, Transition Network's Rob Hopkins sat down with Cristiano Bottone of Transition Italy following his workshop there, to discuss Transition and his work spreading the idea in Italy.
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This show features Michael Green, executive directory of CEH (Center for Environmental Health) on his appearance before congress about the Flint Michigan water crisis and puts it all in greater context. Other segments include GD Biz on Bonnaroo's amazing sustainability report, all about beets in 2 minutes, and an eco-sexy segment on what it means to live in erotic community.
This week, on CKUA's Green Energy Futures podcast, we visit some Alberta students who want to call the shot when it comes to climate change education. For the second year in a row, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley comes to hear what these stupendous students have to say.
Andrew Michler has been living off grid in the Colorado Rocky Mountains for over 20 years. He has had a long interest in sustainable design and as well as completing a book about how sustainable architecture around the world responds to its conditions, he has also created Colorado’s first certified Passivhaus home. Check out the show notes for more information.
Imagine having a party with 80,000 people and trying to minimize the environmental impact. Well, Bonnaroo, the cool music festival, is doing an amazing job. We chatted with Laura Sohn, Director of Bonnaroo Sustainability about last year's report and all the new stuff coming in 2016. So, go and dance your heart out!
Eva Resnick-Day questioned Hillary Clinton about fossil fuel contributions to her campaign and got a very testy reply. Greenpeace is holding all the presidential candidates feet to the fire about a number of issues as part of the #fixdemocracy campaign.
Open Energy Efficiency Meter is a blockchain based energy efficiency marketplace for trading of residential energy efficiency projects using standardised units of savings on building efficiency projects. Investor Confidence Project is an Environmental Defense Fund project to define the roadmap from retrofit to investor ready energy efficiency projects for commercial properties. Matt Golden is CEO of Open Energy Efficiency and drives the Environmental Defense Fund’s Investor Confidence Project. OpenEEMeter: http://www.openeemeter.org/ Investor Confidence Project: http://www.eeperformance.org/ Learn more about cleanweb: http://www.cleanweb.tv Connect on our Twitter account: @Cleanweb_tv SnapChat: WoonTan Twitter: https://twitter.com/WoonTan Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leongwoon Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/woontan Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Music by: DJ Spooky http://www.djspooky.com/
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A special show featuring Raffi and some of his latest music including a timely ode to Bernie Sanders called Wave of Democracy. Other segments include Green Divas Health & Beauty on Aloe, Green Divas Heart Wildlife on beach cleanup stations, and Green Divas Green Thumb about planting beets.
Hallie Austen-Iglehart, founder of All One Ocean shares her brilliant and educational beach cleanup stations for any beach to help reduce the garbage flowing into our oceans and water ways from beaches.
Potton have a history of serving the self build market and are currently building a Passivhaus show home. They are making the details of the build available through their Self Build Live events and are running courses through their Self Build Academy to help people through the self build journey. Paul Newman explains why they’re doing this, and also what lessons they’ve learned from the construction of their Passivhaus show house. Check out the show notes for more information.
There are so many advances in vegan food technology that is making it easier and easier to eat a plant-based diet. TV personality and foodie Ashlee Piper talks about it with us in this great Green Divas Foodie-Phile segment.
This great episode of the Green Divas Radio Show features Dominique Browning, co-founder of Moms Clean Air Force as well as some great segments: Greenpeace GDs on Obama's Climate Legacy; Green Divas Foodie-Phile segment with Ashlee Piper about new vegan food technology; and a wonderful Inspired Green Divas with poet Kerri Nicole McCaffrey on being transgendered and the healing force of nature and poetry.
Kerri Nicole McCaffrey has published several books of poetry and written literally hundreds of poems. She shares her clear vision and love of nature with her readers, but also shares with painful honesty about her journey as a transgendered person and we learn how nature and poetry have played a part in her healing.
Like Ben Adam-Smith, Michelle is a podcaster who is keen to build her own home and is sharing the information she learns along the way with her audience. In this episode she and Ben discuss how some of the challenges of the self build market compare in the UK and the US, and also some of the best things about their respective housing industries. Check out the show notes for more information.
Great conversation with Kelly Mitchell of Greenpeace about Obama's climate legacy and how we can help make sure he keeps climate a priority as he considers reopening arctic drilling and other issues of great environmental impact.
With Ben Adam-Smith struggling to find a plot of land in his town, he has decided to try a new approach and dedicate a full day trying to tap in to local knowledge. He shares the tips he was given and concludes with how successful his day was in progressing his self build plans. Check out the show notes for more information.
From our Green Dude riff w/ Fred Schruers on Beverly Hills water hogs to excellent tips on ways to conserve water in the garden or in your home, we celebrate world water day. Also a great feature with Emellie O'Brien of Earth Angel Production Services on greening up the entertainment industry.
Together with her team at Passivhaus Homes, Janet Cotterell has been developing their PH15 system for building houses to Passivhaus standard. She explains the differences between kit and system approaches and why there should be more available on the UK market. Check out the show notes for more information.
Rock critic, Rolling Stone contributor and Billy Joel biographer, Fred Schruers chats with Green Diva Meg about Beverly Hills water hogs, Amy Poehler and David Geffen -- two among several recently called out and media-shamed about their excessive water usage in the face of drought and water restrictions.
Responsible 100 is a platform to support businesses in building transparency and honesty when claiming to be socially, environmentally and ethically responsible. In this episode, we chat with Michael Solomon, managing director of Responsible 100. Companies can list on the Responsible100 platform to create a profile and answer information and have the answers reviewed, assessed and scored. This will allow public scrutiny, comment and rating. The topics covered by Responsible 100 is comprehensive including sourcing locally, climate change and Green ICT. This help create transparency and build trust back into our corporate environment. Learn more about cleanweb: http://www.cleanweb.tv Listen to the podcast at ITunes: http://cleanweb.tv/itunes Stitcher: http://cleanweb.tv/stitcher Connect on our Twitter account: @Cleanweb_tv SnapChat: WoonTan Twitter: https://twitter.com/WoonTan Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leongwoon Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/woontan Email: woon@cleanw ...
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A lot of interesting stuff going on in this Green Divas Radio Show! From a new eco-fashion trend of creating seasonal capsule wardrobes to dealing with eco-grief. But Josh Fox does a great job of creating a bit of climate optimism when he talks about his new film "How to let go of the world and love all the things climate can't change." It's a mouthful, but it's worth it.
Rob Hopkins of Transition Network caught up with Cyril Dion to talk about the extraordinary film 'Demain' and the remarkable success it has been, as well as the process that led to its being created.
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Thomas Honour is a mortgage adviser for BuildStore, who are mortgage brokers specialising in projects such as self builds. Self build mortgages differ from traditional ones, and Thomas explains some of the products available and what you are likely to need to secure finance for your project. Check out the show notes for more information.
INFO COMMENTS Are you feeling the energy of spring yet? Well it's definitely time to start planning that garden, so listen to the Green Divas Green Thumb segment this week. Listen to an intriguing eco-sexy segment with Lindsay Hagamen about personal renewable energy, and stay tuned for powerful insights on post-COP21 and why this election is so important from Sally Ranney.
Harvey Fremlin is Managing Director of the National Self Build and Renovation Centre, where they have trade exhibitors, run courses and generally provide impartial advice on all things self build. Harvey talks us through the different things to be thinking about when you’re choosing your building materials. Check out the show notes for more information.
This week on CKUA's Green Energy Futures podcast, we visit a conference on energy efficiency in Alberta, which has a mind to change Alberta's current lack of program support for energy efficiency initiatives.
Liz Carlisle chats with Green Diva Meg about renegade farmers who are showing us how to feed the world without the use of GMOs and harmful chemical agriculture. Great Travelin GDs segment on water conservation while traveling; an inspiring Inspired GDs with nature poetry that you will LOVE; and a Green Divas Foodie-Phile about bone broth.
Keen to focus on the professions involved in a self build project, in this episode we’re looking at architects. Adrian Dobson has worked at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) for over 10 years and is their Executive Director Members. He was a practising architect himself and still gives lectures and seminars to students and architects in practice. Adrian explains the benefits an architect can provide, and gives advice on how to find the right one for your project. Check out the show notes for more information.
A great conversation with Kerri Nicole McCaffrey, author of several magical books of poetry. Kerri is inspired by nature and wildlife and easily brings us on her forays into the wild. Hear her read a couple of poems from her latest book between talking about what inspires her.
This week on CKUA's Green Energy Futures podcast, we visit a carbon neutral laneway home unlike anything we've seen before. With innovative use of a solar air wall, air-source heat pumps, and water-based energy storage, this home re-envisions the concept of the garage suite into a carbon neutral home of the future. See blog, video and photos: http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/carbon-neutral-laneway-home
This week on Sierra Club Radio: A compilation of some of our most interesting interviews from the past nine years of Sierra Club Radio. Chris Paine, writer and director of Who Killed The Electric Car, in one of our first interviews, from 2006 Nicholas Kristof, New York Times columnist Jane Goodall, primatologist and author Robert F Kennedy, Jr., activist Ken Burns, filmmaker Pete Seeger, folk singer Arlene Blum, pioneering mountaineer From Sierra Club Radio
This episode features Jon Whelan, director/producer of a new film Stink! about the toxic chemicals that surround our everyday world. Also great green dude segment with John St. Augustine, a GDs @ Home w/ Dr. Karen Lee on DIY eco-laundry stuff, and an encouraging Greenpeace GDs segment about schools going solar.
Haven't spoken to this green dude for a while. He's been busy with his new CBS play.it show, Life Matters. He's still producing Earth Matters w/ Bill Kurtis (heard on The Green Divas Radio Show and GDGD Radio). He's always got a wonderful perspective on things and in this segment he talks about history and how quickly we humans forget.
David Snell is author of ‘Building Your Own Home’ and writes regularly for ‘Homebuilding & Renovating’. The last time we spoke to David he was working on his 14th and ‘final’ self build project. He has since decided to return to Gloucestershire and is now working on his 15th! With so much experience to draw upon he is able to give examples of what to look for when selecting a plot of land, and how you can tell whether it’s the right one for you. Check out the show notes for more information.
Hanna Mitchell, Greenpeace field coordinator in North Carolina talks about 2 school districts that are implementing 100% renewable energy now (not in the future). Encouraging news for school districts everywhere.