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Alice Irene Whittaker

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Thoughtful conversations about repairing our relationship with nature. The guests of Reseed are the RE generation: people who are embracing redesign, reduction, repair, reuse, and regeneration, and cultivating a world rooted in care, justice, and well-being. Join farmers, builders, designers, artists, and makers to delve into our collective journey from takers - to caretakers.
 
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Diane Bickett and Greg Rotuno

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ECO SPEAKS CLE is where the eco-curious can explore the unique and thriving environmental community in Northeast Ohio. Each episode delivers inspiring stories of local sustainability leaders and provides practical tips to move from eco-curious to eco-confident. ECO SPEAKS CLE is hosted by Diane Bickett and produced by Greg Rotuno. Diane spent her 31-year career helping others to reduce waste and recycle more while working at Cuyahoga Recycles and Greg is a young, multi-media specialist. Toge ...
 
Heroes Of Tomorrow is a podcast about personal values, creativity, circular economy and Cradle to Cradle®. In a world that appears to be caught in a perpetual cycle of take - make - use - waste, the episodes are a very personal statement from successful, charismatic professionals about the necessity for circular thinking in our consumer society and the urgent need to act. Through the lens of individuals in different fields - ranging from cosmetics, furniture design to industrial production, ...
 
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The First Sixteen

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The First Sixteen

Agriculture and Agri-food Canada

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Welcome to Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s new podcast series that explores the freshest ideas in agriculture and food. Each episode explores a single topic in depth—digging deep into new practices, innovative ideas, and their impacts on the industry. Learn about Canada’s agricultural sector from the people making the breakthroughs and knocking down the barriers! Farmers and foodies, scientists and leaders, and anyone with an eye on the future of the sector—this podcast is for you!
 
Global business and sustainability leaders come together to discuss how innovation and collaboration are helping to address the world’s most urgent problems – from ocean pollution to food insecurity. Listen to industry-leading experts identify opportunities and describe real-world commitments that are good for business and better for the world around us. Amcor’s global team is inspired by winning for the environment. Find out more at www.amcor.com/sustainability The views and opinions expres ...
 
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John Belizaire’s parents escaped Haitian dictatorship and potential death before reuniting and coming to the United States. Since the age of 14 selling floppy discs in high school, John has had an entrepreneurial spirit and interest in technology. He was a recipient of the Intel Scholarship Program and he went on to receive a computer science and e…
 
Today we are pleased to introduce you to the professor and mechanical engineer Adrian Burri, he works at the University of Applied Sciences in Winterthur, Switzerland. Finding solutions is in his DNA. He has already achieved great goals, and the last one is a new mobility solution. He has developed the startup called Roo. His solution can fill a ga…
 
We live as part of a wondrous planet, an intricate web of interconnections and relationships. We have been taught, though, to think not in wholes and connections, but rather to break everything into simple, easy-to-digest pieces. What is often lost is our knowledge that we are whole, and that we belong here. Fortunately, systems thinking helps us t…
 
Have you ever wondered where companies go to develop their secret recipes and test new food processing technologies? Canadian innovators go to Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s research centre in Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec to develop and test new products. Listen to Sabine Ribéreau, the pilot plant manager, and Deena Alari, the research and developme…
 
There is a strange and haunting beauty to the discarded massive objects like ships, planes, cars, and phone booths that sit in waste graveyards around the planet. These relics of the past and symbols of our disposable culture are spotlighted in Scrap, a new documentary by filmmaker Stacey Tenenbaum, who tells the stories of the human beings who liv…
 
In this episode, Helee Lev is joined by fellow Conservice team members Adam Sirvinskas, Dax Madsen, & Heidi Stenvig to talk about the intersection of ESG and waste management. They examine perceptions of waste, the challenges of dealing with waste, waste management approaches from both corporate & individual perspectives, how waste management fits …
 
Growing our own food and supporting local farmers has multiple, interconnected benefits, and farms in the cities can play a powerful role in regional food systems. Soil is regenerated, human bodies and minds are nourished, emissions are reduced, local economies based on fair labour are supported, beauty flourishes in city environments, and communit…
 
April 22 is Earth Day. On this day in 1970, 20 million Americans marched for clean air, clean water, and environmental justice. In this episode, we honor Earth Day with a conversation about environmental activism with a focus on health, diversity, inclusion and equity with SeMia Bray and David Wilson, Co-Directors of the Black Environmental Leaders…
 
In this episode, Helee Lev and Ryan Nelson are joined by Chris Patteson, Chief Technology Officer and Chief Information Security Officer at FRONTdoor Collective, to discuss the relationship between ESG and risk management. They examined industry trends and the direction of ESG in 2022 and beyond, explored the growing emphasis on the social aspect o…
 
Welcome to the second series of Heroes of tomorrow, the EPEA Switzerland’s podcast. We bring you closer to the leaders of change. If you are a CEO, a decision-maker or even a student, this podcast is for you. If you want to lead the change in your company, don't hesitate to listen to our first series. All the guests have been part of a cradle to cr…
 
What does wildness mean to us - and what should it mean? What can wildness mean when it is defined not by a few people, but rewritten for all of us? This episode of Reseed revisits the history of conservation to explore its dark corners, going beyond nipping off the buds and leaves to dig at its roots, unearthing information about those who are cre…
 
Tony Pan is the co-founder and CEO of Modern Electron. He is an inventor on 250+ patents pending, and has been named to Forbes 30 under 30, MIT Technology Review Innovators under 35, and Business Journal 40 under 40. Modern Electron is a sustainable heat and power technology company that helps building owners and homeowners save money, reduce carbo…
 
Jessica Davis knows salvage - where to get it, how to move it, and how to help others buy and sell architectural salvage and used building materials. Jessica is the founder and owner of Rebuilders Xchange (RBX) and she is on a mission to build a salvage economy here in Cleveland. In this episode, Jessica gives us a quick tour then we sit down to ta…
 
How do we courageously face our eco anxiety and grief, and find the resources we need to cope with the climate crisis? How do we cultivate the emotional resilience that we need to weather ecological crises? How do we take care of our own mental health, so we can take care of each other and our Earth? Britt Wray joins Reseed for a conversation about…
 
Daniel Brooks is a professor emeritus at the University of Toronto, a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and the Linnean Society of London, and a Research Fellow of the Manter Laboratory of Parasitology, University of Nebraska State Museum. He has been working for the past decade as a free-lance consultant on the evolutionary biology of climate …
 
The journey to consuming less and reclaiming our collective power is an imperfect, emotional, and challenging one. Consuming stuff is embedded into our identities and our culture. We are told that we deserve to buy things, and that ownership defines our worth. For the sake of our planet’s health and our own freedom, it is well worth the hard work o…
 
Amaury is an entrepreneur and business executive with past experiences in financial consultancy and business development. Zéphyr & Borée is a shipping company specialized in delivering low carbon fret transport solutions using wind-propelled merchant ships. Recognized to have developed in partnership with JIFMAR and AYRO the Canopée vessel : first …
 
Expansive ideas and abundant dreams abound: rewriting environmental storytelling, rethinking climate activism, reorienting economic growth, climate reparations, rethinking conservation, resisting the co-opting of progressive movements, reclaiming green for the people, and repairing place-based relationships are all explored in this thought-provokin…
 
Meet Erin Huber Rosen, the Founder and Executive Director of Drink Local. Drink Tap., Inc.™ Since 2010, Erin has been inspiring people to "Be the Drop" to recognize and solve our local and global water issues. What started as a campaign to encourage people to ditch bottled water and conduct beach cleanups to protect Lake Erie, grew into a global ca…
 
Lizzy is a Carbon Accounting Lead at Emitwise. She works with Emitwise’s customers to provide the most accurate picture of a company’s carbon footprint, so that effective reduction strategies can be implemented. A Chartered Accountant, she began her career at PwC, working in Assurance, where she specialized in Sustainability Assurance. Emitwise is …
 
In this episode, Helee Lev and Ryan Nelson are joined by Yaniv Kalish, Founder & CEO of SolarKal, to talk about the intersection of ESG and solar energy. They discussed current & emerging industry trends, the evolution of solar technology, best practices for identifying opportunities & selecting vendors, benefits of solar energy for properties & po…
 
Parents have the formidable task of providing care for their own children while also caring for a planet in crisis - all while questioning how to raise the next generation to be caretakers. This episode of Reseed looks at the unique role that parents, aunts and uncles, grandparents, and other guardians can play, with specific actions that we can ta…
 
Infinited Fiber Company CEO and co-founder Petri Alava is a business developer and strategist with over 15 years of CEO experience in both the B2B and B2C environments. He is an expert in waste management, and was already pioneering circular initiatives before the concept was widely understood. Infinited Fiber Company’s technology stops waste from …
 
Spring is right around the corner and Eco Speaks CLE is here to help you get ready. In this episode, we speak with Alec Mclennan, the founder and president of Good Nature Organic Lawn Care and Amy Roskilly, the manager of conservation education for the Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District. This episode is jam-packed with eco-friendly sprin…
 
In difficult times, people are often drawn to make and create with their hands. Throughout the pandemic, activities like baking bread, gardening, and sewing have resurfaced as small acts of resistance to a culture that celebrates overabundance and digital distraction, and as joyful acts that help to restore our mental health. Mending has been widel…
 
Our relationships with animals and land, and our decisions around food, vary vastly from person to person. Most of us have grappled with these relationships, as well as how we want to live in right relationship to land, food, and animals. With curiosity, this conversation delves into complexities and nuances of veganism, going beyond easy answers t…
 
In this episode, Helee Lev and Ryan Nelson are joined by Susan Hunt Stevens, Founder & CEO of WeSpire, to discuss driving purpose in a business with an increasingly remote-first workforce. They review industry shifts & trends, common challenges that companies are facing & the role of reporting and disclosure in overcoming them, how DEI initiatives …
 
Cuyahoga County and Solar United Neighbors are working to expand solar in northeast Ohio by making it more affordable and accessible. In this episode, we demystify solar power and the process of going solar by speaking with Cuyahoga County Sustainability Director, Mike Foley, and Ohio Program Director for Solar United Neighbors, Tristan Rader. Join…
 
Dr. Francis Wang serves as the Chief Executive Officer for NanoGraf Technologies, a leading advanced materials company in the energy storage space. He brings over 20 years of experience in technology innovation and commercialization in the energy storage and clean energy industries. NanoGraf is an advanced battery material company whose patented si…
 
How can we deepen our care and respect for our family of creatures on this wondrous planet? How can we truly feel a sense of belonging here? How can we be better kin? Gavin Van Horn and John Hausdoerffer join Reseed for a conversation about kinship. Along with Robin Wall Kimmerer, they co-edited Kinship: Belonging in a World of Relations, a beautif…
 
David Jackson is the Director of Marketing and Public Affairs at Winnow. He is a marketing professional of over 15 years working with brands like The Guardian, American Express, and NGOs like Shelter and WaterAid. Winnow develops Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools to help chefs in large businesses like hotels, contracting caterers, casinos, and cru…
 
In this episode, Dan Brown and Zoe Apisdorf with Rust Belt Riders speak about how they are feeding people and not landfills by collecting food waste from residential and commercial customers and turning it back into resource-rich compost and soil products to support our local food system. Listen and hear about the importance of composting for our p…
 
Imagine if our clothing was grown, designed, dyed, created, worn, passed on, and eventually composted in our own region, similar to farm-to-table food? This is the idea behind a fibershed, a regenerative, restorative, and resilient fashion system in one bioregion. In a fibershed, the way we make our clothing is carbon beneficial, regenerates soil, …
 
Fashion is a connector of land, labour, culture, and personal expression. Through a decades-long project of fast fashion, we have forgotten and become disconnected from regional, regenerative fashion systems that can exist. There have been beneficial fashion systems embraced by many cultures throughout history and today, where clothing is an expres…
 
Chris has spent nearly 30 years with Veolia NA and currently serves as the Senior Director of Operations for Veolia’s Wind Turbine Blade Repurposing service offering, REM (Repurposed Engineered Material). Chris and his team manage an innovative program recycling wind turbine blades and other composites at end of life rather than placing them in lan…
 
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