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Best Greenliving podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Greenliving podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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If we're headed down a path that's leading us to environmental degradation, dehumanization, and disconnection from the things that matter most, simultaneously endangering our earth's clean water, clean air, and biodiversity, then we must ask boldly: What for? Illuminating our paths to ecological regeneration, intersectional sustainability, and true abundance and wellness for all, Green Dreamer with Kamea Chayne is a podcast and multimedia journal for those who are yearning to live with vital ...
 
Carolyn Hickman is your Unconventional Mompreneur + wicked funny, "SAY-IT-HOW-IT-IS" business bestie who really gets YOU. There will be no guarantee that you won't completely transform your life into the most FIERCE + FEARLESS version of YOU + be inspired to let go of the control Fear has on your life and LAUNCH that biz that you have always wanted to! From "Stuck" to Unstoppable overnight, Carolyn is dedicated to sharing her story & showing fellow Mamas and women how to uplevel their belief ...
 
Welcome to the Proverb Audio Experience, hosted by founder Luke Sherriff, CEO, former professional rugby player and MSc Oxford Scientist. On this podcast you will find a mix of our Proverb Grooming, Body and Mindset tips, key speeches, segments from our vlog series, interviews and chats. You will also hear from the other two founders Kirstie his wife and professional skincare expert and Ben Burch former GB rower. Proverb Lifefuelled Skincare for men exists to inspire men to feel better about ...
 
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 GreenerbyChoi ...
 
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Dr. Christopher Ryan is a psychologist, the podcast host of Tangentially Speaking, and the co-author of the New York Times Bestseller Sex at Dawn: How We Mate, Why We Stray, and What it Means for Modern Relationships. His latest book—a fascinating read which critically and inquisitively examines how civilization has affected our livelihoods and wel…
 
Shaun Chamberlin is the founder of Dark Optimism, a not-for-profit, research and activist organization that is positive about the kind of world humanity can create while being realistic about how far we have to go to create that future. Shaun was also one of the first Extinction Rebellion arrestees, is the co-author of the book, Surviving the Futur…
 
Pierre Paslier is an innovation design engineer and the co-founder and co-CEO of NOTPLA an innovative, eco-conscious packaging startup. His company's main and most well-known invention is Ooho, an edible water packet made of seaweed. In this podcast episode, Pierre sheds light on how he learned from biomimicry to develop and fine-tune his idea to p…
 
Rebecca Burgess is the Executive Director of Fibershed, Chair of the Board for Carbon Cycle Institute, and the author of Harvesting Color and Fibershed: Growing a Movement of Farmers, Fashion Activists, and Makers for a New Textile Economy. In our concluding part 2 of our 2-part conversation, Rebecca sheds light on why the real solutions we need fo…
 
Rebecca Burgess, previously featured in episode 61, is the Executive Director of Fibershed, Chair of the Board for Carbon Cycle Institute, and the author of Harvesting Color. Her newest book is Fibershed: Growing a Movement of Farmers, Fashion Activists, and Makers for a New Textile Economy. In this episode, Rebecca sheds light on how we came to gl…
 
Dory Trimble is the Executive Director of Honnold Foundation, a nonprofit organization started by Alex Honnold, the professional rock climber and star of the Oscar and Emmy award-winning documentary Free Solo. The Honnold Foundation works to reduce the world's environmental impact while addressing social inequalities by providing solar power access…
 
Josué Rivas is the founder of Natives Photograph and a visual storyteller and educator working at the intersection of art, journalism, and social justice. He's been a long-time collaborator of youth climate activist and hip hop artist Xiuhtezcatl Martinez (featured in EP41), and his work aims to challenge the mainstream narrative about Indigenous p…
 
Amy Lewis is an award-winning non-profit leader, environmental policy scholar, and Vice President of Policy & Communications for WILD Foundation, an organization that has been protecting wilderness, wildlife, and people through collaboration and connection since 1974. In this podcast episode, Amy sheds light on some surprising lessons regarding the…
 
Steven Marquardt is a community organizer and Hub Coordinator Fellow with Sunrise Movement Chico, a chapter of the notable youth-led climate activist organization Sunrise Movement. In this podcast episode, Steven sheds light on why he wasn't initially interested in getting political and what changed his mind; how you can get started with taking and…
 
Entomologists Kristie Reddick and Jessica Honaker are the co-founders of The Bug Chicks. They teach about arthropods (and Social-Emotional Learning) using educational programs and videos that are positive, fun, and that promote girls as role models. In this podcast episode, Kristie and Jessica shed light on whether there are evolutionary reasons be…
 
Pete Gombert is the founder of the GoodWell Certified label and a co-founder of indieDwell, a Public Benefit Corporation focused on building durable, healthy, affordable, and energy-efficient homes to help address our housing crisis. In this podcast episode, Pete sheds light on what it means for companies to meet GoodWell's minimum ethical standard…
 
Dr. Mark Vossler is a full-time cardiologist in Seattle, Washington and serves as the President of the Washington Chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR), a movement of physicians championing climate action, social equity, and environmental justice. As the President of the Washington PSR chapter, Mark regularly visits Washington, D.C.…
 
Elizabeth Whitlow is the Executive Director of the Regenerative Organic Alliance, which is a nonprofit that is leading the Regenerative Organic Certification (ROC), a holistic, high-bar certification that encompasses soil health, animal welfare, and social fairness. In this podcast episode, Elizabeth sheds light on how we can tell regenerative agri…
 
Here are 5 ways to support Green Dreamer to continue: 1. Support us with a direct donation: www.greendreamer.com/donate or www.greendreamer.com/paypal 2. Purchase a Green Dreamer 2020 planner if you need one: www.greendreamer.com/shop 3. Become a patron starting at $2/mo and join our online community 4. Leave the podcast a rating and review in the …
 
Dr. Mustafa Santiago Ali is an internationally renowned thought-leader, strategist, policymaker, and activist committed to the fight for environmental justice and economic equity. He helped to lead environmental justice efforts at the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for 24 years, and in 2017, he resigned to join Hip Hop Caucus, …
 
Michael Brune is the Executive Director of Sierra Club, one of the most enduring and influential grassroots environmental organizations in the United States. He is also the author of 'Coming Clean: Breaking America's Addiction to Oil and Coal.' In this podcast episode, Michael Brune sheds light on why we cannot forget about exploring and enjoying n…
 
Angelou Ezeilo is the Founder and CEO of Greening Youth Foundation, an organization that connects underrepresented youth and young adults to the outdoors and to careers in conservation. She's also the author of Engage, Connect, Protect: Empowering Diverse Youth as Environmental Leaders. In this podcast episode, Angelou sheds light on the consequenc…
 
Kathleen Draper is the author of the blog 'Finger Lakes Biochar' and the book 'BURN: Using Fire to Cool the Earth.' She's also a researcher and communicator that focuses on biochar—a highly stable carbon material that can be used for things like improving soil health, reducing flooding, purifying water, and more. In this podcast episode, Kathleen s…
 
Stephen Tan is a partner at the environmental law firm, Cascadia Law Group, where their practice centers around environmental litigation In this podcast episode, Stephen sheds light on the role of litigation in shaping and influencing environmental policy; why we need to be critical of the credibility of conventional authorities, such as government…
 
Rob Horton is the founder and Executive Director of Trap Garden, a nonprofit and social enterprise that provides healthy, high-quality foods for food-insecure communities through community gardens. In this podcast episode, Rob sheds light on how food deserts play into a larger systemic injustice for low-income communities; how we can build more com…
 
Naziha Mestaoui is an ecological artist and architect whose unique approach merges space, imagery, and technological innovations to create innovative, immersive, and sensory experiences. Notably, during the United Nations Climate Conference COP21, Naziha launched 1 Heart 1 Tree, which was an engaging digital citizen artwork that allowed individuals…
 
Peter Bosshard is the campaign coordinator of the Unfriend Coal campaign and the Finance Program Director of Sunrise Project, an organization with a mission to scale social movements that will drive the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy as fast as possible. In this podcast episode, Peter sheds light on how our financial institutions …
 
Fred Provenza is the author of over 250 publications and several books, his latest one being 'Nourishment: What Animals Can Teach Us About Rediscovering Our Nutritional Wisdom.' He's also a professor emeritus of Behavioral Ecology in the Department of Wildland Resources at Utah State University and one of the founders of BEHAVE (Behavioral Educatio…
 
Fred Provenza is the author of over 250 publications and several books, his latest one being 'Nourishment: What Animals Can Teach Us About Rediscovering Our Nutritional Wisdom.' He's also a professor emeritus of Behavioral Ecology in the Department of Wildland Resources at Utah State University and one of the founders of BEHAVE (Behavioral Educatio…
 
Dr. Chris Newman is a family physician from London, UK and the founder of the Doctors for Extinction Rebellion Movement. He founded Doctors for XR in April 2019 in frustration at the media coverage of the Extinction Rebellion Protests. The group, which now has close to 500 members, is comprised of physicians who believe it is their duty as doctors …
 
Dr. M. Jackson is a geographer, glaciologist, and National Geographic Society Explorer. She was also a 2018 TED Fellow and is the author of the nonfiction books, The Secret Lives of Glaciers, and While Glaciers Slept: Being Human in a Time of Climate Change. In this podcast episode, M. sheds light on the dangers in oversimplifying the story of glac…
 
Murray Fisher is the founder of the New York Harbor School and the co-founder of the Billion Oyster Project, a nonprofit working to restore oyster reefs to New York Harbor through public education initiatives. In this podcast episode, Murray sheds light on how restoring oyster reefs will be a crucial step towards restoring the New York Harbor to be…
 
Mark Hoddle is an entomologist at the University of California Riverside, where he researches biological control and management of invasive species, especially insects affecting agriculture, the wilderness, and urban areas. In this podcast episode, Mark sheds light on when a nonnative species crosses the line becoming invasive species; how this hum…
 
Stuart Landesberg is the co-founder and CEO of Grove Collaborative, a certified B-Corp and the leading e-commerce platform for natural home and personal care products in the U.S. In this podcast episode, Stuart sheds light on how he's been able to get so many people who've never tried eco-friendly products before to try out Grove Collaborative for …
 
Miki Agrawal is an award-winning, serial social entrepreneur who founded three notable and disruptive brands that you may have already heard of: THINX, TUSHY, and WILD. Miki is also the author of Do Cool Sh*t, where she reveals the step-by-step breakdown of how she has created multiple successful companies, and her recently published book, Disrupt-…
 
Rob Avis, along with his wife Michelle, are the owners and lead instructors at Verge Permaculture, an internationally recognized and award-winning permaculture design company from Calgary, Alberta. They have taught permaculture to thousands of students, offering expertise in building science and appropriate technology as well as rainwater harvestin…
 
Emily Penn is an ocean advocate and skipper who's spent the last decade exploring plastic pollution from the tropics to the Arctic. She's on a mission to inspire and facilitate a community of changemakers through her project eXXpedition and by training athletes and celebrities to be impactful advocates on ocean issues. In this podcast episode, Emil…
 
Winston Chiu is the Culinary Director of Rethink Food NYC, a nonprofit organization working to recover nutritious excess food to provide low or no-cost meals to New York City families in need. Winston graduated from the Institute of Culinary Education and started Bonbite Catering, a globally inspired, locally-sourced catering firm. He later became …
 
Gut health is the foundation of good health and it's no different when it comes to our kids. In this podcast naturopath Jessica Donovan shares how to improve our kids gut health so they can thrive in our modern world. Resources Kids Gut Health eBook Natural Super Kids Video Training Series Natural Super Kids on Facebook…
 
Leah Garcés is the President of Mercy For Animals and a leader in the animal protection movement. She is also the author of Grilled: Turning Adversaries into Allies to Change the Chicken Industry. In her book, Leah describes her experiences working with farmers and food industry leaders to reduce animal suffering, build a better food system, and sh…
 
An Independent Candidate for President of the United States in 2020, Mark Charles is a dual citizen of the U.S. and the Navajo Nation. His 2020 campaign vision is to build a nation where 'We the People' truly means 'All The People'. In this podcast episode, Mark sheds light on what it'll take for us to be able to truly address the systemic injustic…
 
An Independent Candidate for President of the United States in 2020, Mark Charles is a dual citizen of the U.S. and the Navajo Nation. His 2020 campaign vision is to build a nation where 'We the People' truly means 'All The People'. In this podcast episode, Mark sheds light on why our social and environmental injustices are even more deep-rooted th…
 
Matthew Goldberg is a Postdoctoral Associate in the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication. His research focuses on the role of values, ideology, and social identity in persuasion and social influence. Matthew authored two recent studies, Perceived Social Consensus Can Reduce Ideological Biases on Climate Change and Discussing Global Warming …
 
Laurie Davies Adams is the President and CEO of Pollinator Partnership, where she leads the world’s largest nonprofit devoted solely to the health of all pollinators and presided over its signature initiatives: the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (NAPPC), National Pollinator Week, Eco-Regional Planting Guides, the BeeSmart™ Gardener A…
 
Nick Buxton is the co-editor of The Secure and the Dispossessed: How the Military and Corporations are Seeking to Shape a Climate-Changed World and a communications consultant at The Transnational Institute, an international research and advocacy institute committed to building a just, democratic and sustainable world. In this podcast episode, (whi…
 
Nick Buxton is the co-editor of 'The Secure and the Dispossessed: How the Military and Corporations are Seeking to Shape a Climate-Changed World' and a communications consultant at The Transnational Institute, an international research and advocacy institute committed to building a just, democratic and sustainable world. In this podcast episode, Ni…
 
Danielle Doggett is the Managing Director of Sailcargo, Inc., an emerging company that’s making freight transportation more sustainable with a carbon-neutral system. Right now, the company is in the process of building its first sailing cargo vessel, Ceiba, which will have a 100% electric engine with modern solar batteries, panels, and wind turbine…
 
Sean Sherman is a member of the Oglala Lakota tribe, the award-winning author of The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen, and the founder and CEO Chef of The Sioux Chef, a team of chefs, ethnobotanists, food preservationists, adventurers, foragers, caterers, event planners, artists, musicians, food truckers and food lovers who are committed to revitali…
 
Sharing her wisdom for the second time on Green Dreamer (listen to her first interview on EP129), Whitney Bauck is the Associate Editor at Fashionista with bylines in New York Times, Washington Post, and other notable publications. In this podcast episode, Whitney sheds light on what fast fashion is and how it came to be; how social media has influ…
 
Ben Goldfarb is an independent environmental journalist and the author of Eager: The Surprising, Secret Life of Beavers and Why They Matter, a winner of the 2019 PEN/E.O. Wilson Literary Science Writing Award. His work on the vital role that beavers play in our ecosystems and current research on road ecology has appeared in National Geographic, Out…
 
Natalie Kofler is a trained molecular biologist and the founding director of Editing Nature at Yale University, a global initiative to steer responsible development and deployment of environmental genetic technologies. Her work navigates the technical, ecological, and ethical complexity of gene-editing applications designed to impact wild species, …
 
Kenton Whitman is the founder of ReWild University, a nature-immersion school and online presence devoted to helping people reconnect with nature, question cultural paradigms, and discover how nature brings out the best in all of us. In this podcast episode, Kenton sheds light on what rewilding is all about; how modern civilization has dehumanized …
 
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