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Best Eco Style podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Eco Style podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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The Green Divas family of podcasts include: the popular 50 Shades of Green Divas, GD Spirit Pub, the GD Mike Nowak Show; and a variety of topical short podcasts like GDs Heart Wildlife, Green Dudes, GD Eco-Sexy, GD Foodies, GDs @ Home, GDs Health & Beauty, GD Eco-Style, and quite a few others. All these shows hold a common theme of presenting practical ideas, news and real-world advice for sustainable, socially responsible and healthy living by sharing topics, guests and reporting that helps ...
 
How do you make a healthy, comfortable home that's sustainable and cost effective? A ‘green’ home is the foundation of living a green lifestyle. Join me as I interview leading architects from around the world and discuss the how, why and who of eco homes and sustainable design. From simple energy saving tips to insulation upgrades, kitchen remodelling, solar power and insulating concrete slabs. #Feedback to matthew@homestylegreen.com
 
A podcast about the real science behind your favorite science fiction themes and tropes. Each episode, I choose a recurring topic or two in science fiction, and then dive into how it works in reality. If you ever wanted to learn more about genetics, virtual reality, or space travel - this podcast is for you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
This weekly podcast series is for people who love to garden and spend time outdoors and who really care about environmental stewardship. Hosted by Joe Lamp?l, national gardening television personality and author of The Green Gardener's Guide, Joe shares his unique, insiders perspective with NPR style stories, interviews with nationally acclaimed experts, answers listener's questions and offers useful tips, all in a fresh, insightful and entertaining way.
 
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For the first week of quarantine during the global COVID-19 pandemic, Rebecca Vitali-DeCola's 82-year-old dad, Joe DeCola, seemed upbeat. "He was like, 'I got my dinner and I have this beautiful bouquet of flowers.' He just sounded, like, tucked-in and content." DeCola has stage 4 lung cancer. He's become accustomed to isolating himself from time t…
 
In this episode I discuss real examples of cyborgs, cybernetic organisms living today, human or otherwise, and these examples may surprise you. I’ll define what exactly cybernetic means, and why exactly cybernetics is an exciting industry to watch. New Segment! Recommendations: -Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neuvel (book, 2016) -Color out of Space dir…
 
"All waste is global," said Kate O'Neill, a professor in the the Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management at UC Berkeley, at a campus event in February. "What we throw away has value. What we throw away often travels the globe. And that's not just the things we know about like electronic wastes, but also plastics... and things lik…
 
Disaster movies can be fun. They can be scary or thought-provoking. And they can be really, really bad. But how close are they to the science of real disasters? I talk about recent landslides and earthquakes, my own experience with natural disasters, and a model for risk communication. Follow the podcast on Twitter @factandscifi and find the transc…
 
Ian Chamberlain learnt his craft as a cabinet maker and joiner in the UK. Nearly 40 years on, he's now crafting beautiful and high performing homes in Taupo, New Zealand. What are the most important things to ensure you get the comfortable, energy-efficient home you deserve and can afford? More at https://homestylegreen.com/212 Brought to you by En…
 
Robert Hass, a professor in UC Berkeley's Department of English and U.S. Poet Laureate from 1995 to 1997, read from Summer Snow — his first poetry collection since 2010 — on Feb. 6, 2020, at the Morrison Library's monthly event, Lunch Poems. Geoffrey O'Brien, a Berkeley English professor and poet, introduced Hass: "He has a remarkable way of making…
 
Meet , the author of The Magic of Tiny Business: You Don’t Have to Go Big to Make a Great Living, and the CEO and Founder of . The “Original Reusable Bag Company, Ecobags brand, has been recognized as a category leader since 1989. The company is known for its commitment to outstanding quality, socially responsible supply chain and innovation; and f…
 
In this episode of Fact and Science Fiction, I'm discussing the science and science fiction of parallel universes. I review the famous Many Worlds Interpretation, the theory of bubble universes and more. I use examples from The Dark Tower, Golden Compass and Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse to understand why parallel universes are just so fascinat…
 
Art Cullen, editor of the Storm Lake Times, a family-run newspaper in Storm Lake, Iowa, joined Berkeley Journalism professor and author Michael Pollan on Jan. 29, 2020, to discuss journalism in rural America, Trump and the farm vote, immigration, regenerative agriculture and the potential for farmers to sequester carbon to help curb climate change.…
 
It's an odd time for us humans on earth to be sure. The planet and its other creatures have been getting a bit of a vacation from us. A lot of lessons to be learned about our impact during our timeout. Meanwhile, 50 years of earth days!? In this episode, we asked some of our favorite green divas and green dudes what they see as the most important a…
 
Enduro Builders is quickly becoming one of the leading builders of high performance and sustainable homes in Australia. I met up with Jackson while he was nearing completion of another stunning home in the Adelaide Hills during a trip in late 2019. In this chat, we discussed how Jackson got into building in the first place and how Enduro Builders i…
 
Michelle Olsen-Rogers of Modern Boca Mom stopped by The Veranda to discuss ways she grew her business and why she started . Modern Boca Mom is the premier mom website for Boca mothers. She also shares why you should drill down your audience. Michelle shared so much good information in this episode. You don't want to miss out. Find out more at .…
 
Ben Ingledew has a background in teaching, but following the Canterbury Earthquakes in 2010 and 2011, he took a new path which eventually lead to Livewel Construction. Livewel Construction focusses on energy-efficient, comfortable homes and renovations. Ben in Certified Passive House Tradesperson and a member of the Superhome Movement.…
 
Seems like a silly time to be talking about travel, right? But there are questions to be answered. Alice Ford, actress, stunt woman and adventurer has a lot of answers. This episode was recorded over a week ago... A lot has changed, but no worries, it's still very relevant! You can check out Alice's travel website Travganic and plan a magical eco-f…
 
In 1968, following a wave of urban uprisings, politicians worked to end the practice of redlining by passing the Housing and Urban Development Act. While the act was meant to encourage mortgage lenders and the real estate industry to treat black homebuyers equally, the disaster that came after revealed that racist exclusion hadn’t been eradicated, …
 
Aluminium is stable, completely recyclable and relatively abundant, but it's also a great conductor of heat. It's the dominant choice of material for window and door frames in New Zealand, accounting for 90% of the market. But how can you make it a more sustainable choice? OMEGA Windows and Doors offers some good options. Dyann Stewart learnt compu…
 
You'll want to bookmark this episode. There's a ton of great suggestions for ways to stay healthy and strong during this crazy time of corona and important ways to support yourself should you indeed end up being sick with it and able to stay home and treat yourself. DISCLAIMER: if you think you are sick with COVID-19, PLEASE contact your medical pr…
 
Design Basics has as unique point of difference. They value and promote the input of women in the design process. I discuss with Executive Vice President Natalie Wendling, and Vice President of Business Development, Paul Foresman; the concept of 'Women-Centric Home Design' and how it can benefit everyone.…
 
Hey, we're having fun up here despite this crazy pandemic of doom. Had a wonderful talk with Mike Montrey about his upcoming fun performance on Busking Down the House, a cool virtual concert series. Of course, we also chatted about their recent weekend of recording up here at the studio, and YES, you do get to hear an EXCLUSIVE pre-release of one o…
 
"...At this very moment in our history, the men rising to the highest office in country after country... are full-fledged planetary arsonists," said Naomi Klein at a Berkeley Journalism event on Oct. 24, 2019. "They are pouring fuels on these fires with defiance. We have Trump rolling back every environmental law conceivable, cracking open public l…
 
To quote Douglas Adams' from The Hitchhikers Guide to the Universe, DON'T PANIC! Arthur C. Clark said Douglas Adams' use of "don't panic" was perhaps the best advice that could be given to humanity. We tend to agree with Mr. Clark. While the world we live in is altered beyond recognition for many people because of this corona virus COVID-19, there …
 
Green certification of building projects faces multiple challenges; from sourcing appropriate products, documenting and verifying materials, through to minimising, sorting and recording construction waste. Compiling all this information in a form that's useful for the certifying agency can be yet another big challenge. Through Green Badger, Tommy L…
 
While we are preparing for the unknown, now more than ever, it's important to communicate with your customers what they can expect from you in the future. Granted, you may not even know what to expect day by day, hour by hour, or moment by moment, but communicate with your customers what you know as of right now. You can effectively pen a message b…
 
Jo Woods and Shay Brazier have been saving money on power since they moved into their Zero Energy House. At the same time, their home has been drier, healthier and warmer in winter than most New Zealand houses. Now Shay is continuing to help others achieve similar savings and benefits by looking into the feasibility of solar and energy efficiency t…
 
On Feb. 21, 2020, Deirdre Cooper Owens, a professor of the history of medicine at the University of Nebraska, was on campus to discuss her work tracing the origins of medical racism back to its roots. In her book Medical Bondage: Race, Gender, and the origins of American Gynecology, Cooper Owens reveals the ways the field of gynecology, pioneered b…
 
Great show from GD PonderRosa Studios! This episode was kinda lively with GD Max's Silly Science facts about a very old, but studly tortoise named Diego, who's active libido has helped his species recover from the brink of extinction -- go Diego! GD Lisa shares why we need to consider visiting places that have been hit hard by climate change, and m…
 
"During global climate crisis, we need more writing in and through water," read poet Indira Allegra at UC Berkeley earlier this month. "This is the perspective through which we must contextualize ourselves. The downward squint into saltwater mysteries or the movement of light across the surface of freshwater above. Emergency is not separate from us…
 
On Jan. 23, 2020, Jemele Hill, a staff writer for the Atlantic and host of the podcast Jemele Hill is Unbothered, spoke at UC Berkeley's Cal Performances about her career at the intersection of sports, race and culture in the U.S. In conversation with with KALW's radio host and reporter, Hana Baba, Hill touched on the NFL and Colin Kaepernick, what…
 
In this episode of Who Belongs?, a podcast by UC Berkeley's Othering and Belonging Institute, Berkeley professors Denise Herd and Waldo Martin discuss 400 Years of Resistance to Slavery and Injustice, a yearlong initiative that marks the 400th anniversary of the forced arrival of enslaved Africans in the English colonies. "The commemoration of the …
 
NEW FORMAT: More of a round table discussion. Imagine you are sitting at a kitchen table w/ your favorite tea or coffee or whatever... each green diva brought a topic. GD Max talked about a film about an amazing woman who loves giraffes and brought some great audio clips from interviewing the director of the film and the subject of the film Dr. Ann…
 
Harry Chotiner, a film historian and an adjunct assistant professor at New York University, gave a lecture on Jan. 22, 2019, about film in the past year, from Hollywood blockbusters and indie favorites to the impact of the #MeToo movement, changes in the film academy and the Oscars. The lecture was part of a series of talks sponsored by UC Berkeley…
 
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