A Sustainable Mind is where we interview the minds behind today's most impactful environmental campaigns, organizations, and startups. Featured guests discuss their relationship with nature early on, their journey to their current environmentally related career or project, light-bulb moments, sustainable habits, lessons from launching their projects, and much more. Our audience consists of earth-conscious individuals, ecopreneurs, environmental activists, sustainability enthusiasts, grassroots organizers, minimalists, conscious consumers, and the eco-curious. Our audience listens to ASM to get inspired, motivated, and to get tips on how to take ACTION to be the change they want to see in the world. Each episode ends with actionable advice and resources for them to hit the ground running.
We are seeking guests with a depth of knowledge and experience in environmental, biological, & other related sciences, sustainability projects & campaigns, environmental grassroots organizations & groups, renewable energy, plastics, etc. The host, a queer woman of color, wants to help promote mor...
Through the podcast, we raise awareness on the challenges smallholder farmers in developing countries are facing around food security. Farms. Food. Future. includes interviews with IFAD experts, partners and donors, celebrities, and farmers. It promotes the power of smallholder farmers as a force for change. Farms. Food. Future. captures the exciting work IFAD is doing working on the front line of farming for development, dealing every day with climate change, environmental sustainability, gender, youth, nutrition, and indigenous peoples’ issues.
As the world of elite, professional rugby continues its journey to find stability and sustainability the amateur game perseveres with players of all ages, sexes, sizes and abilities competing every week. There is no doubt that the landscape of rugby has changed considerably since the advent of professionalism and it will continue to change. As this evolution takes place the amateur game will be affected by the professional game both positively and negatively. Each week your host – Tim Tunnicliff – will interview a guest with a unique insight into our wonderful sport and will try to uncover the things that are working, the things that are causing issues and most importantly how we can continue to grow our game at every level. Join Tim on his weekly quest as he explores the world of amateur rugby – the people, clubs and stories that make it the lifeblood of the game we love.
Inspiring people to make a better place to live. The Home Style Green podcast features stories from Architects, Designers, Passive House consultants and building owners who are creating healthy and energy efficient places to live and work. Host, Matthew Cutler-Welsh interviews leading sustainability professionals from around the World.
Architects, Engineers and builders. Energy efficient building product suppliers. LEED and Passive House practitioners. Real estate developers Policy makers. Researchers. People with a story to tell about going above and beyond standard building regulations in order to create heathy, energy effici...
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