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Host Danielle Vogel founded Glen's Garden Market in Dupont Circle on Earth Day of 2013, after working on Capitol Hill for a decade to pass comprehensive climate change legislation. She wanted to create a space where making climate change progress is easy, convenient, and delicious. On Everyday Enviro, she calls on her network of friends, business partners and allies in the environmental movement to share tricks and tips, empowering listeners to examine the way they eat, drink, shop and think ...
 
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Danielle shares strategies for making incremental climate change progress. She discusses the ways in which Glen's Garden Market was designed, and evolved, to empower Neighbors to make progress through each choice they make in the space, whether intentional or not: from building materials and equipment decisions to menus and policies to responsible …
 
Danielle talks with Justin Rosengarten about his journey to reduce his personal carbon footprint. From bike commuting, to becoming a vegan to choosing to work for a company that aligns with his personal development goals, Justin has made mindful choices that limit his environmental impact. In this episode, he shares tips and tricks for tweaking beh…
 
Danielle talks with climate change activist and climate-committed parent Keya Chatterjee about her book, Zero Footprint Baby. Keya shares tips on minimizing your family's carbon footprint, and describes the prognosis for progress on federal legislation to address climate change.By Full Service Radio
 
Danielle talks with former winemaker and current wine buyer, Kyle Preston, about the nuances of natural winemaking and who's really getting it right both locally and internationally. They also explore price transparency to give listeners a better sense of what goes into bottle pricing.By Full Service Radio
 
Danielle talks with former comedian, soup savant and Soupergirl founder Sara Polon about maximizing flavor while minimizing meat consumption and food waste. Sara has taken her mindfully sourced vegan soup company national, and we’ll talk about her journey toward world soup domination, getting some tips along the way for making delicious vegan food.…
 
Danielle Vogel talks with Port City Brewing Company founder Bill Butcher about the ways you can make environmental progress just by drinking sustainably sourced local, craft beer. They dive into the nuances of sourcing ingredients, glassware and equipment and they explore the fundamentals of shoping your values, when it comes to beer.…
 
In the debut episode of Everyday Enviro, Danielle Vogel chats with urban farmer Chelsea Barker about the nuances of local v. organic v. sustainable produce. They discuss what you need to know when you’re making your choices at the grocery store or farmers’ market, and they explore the feasibility of growing produce at home or at a community garden …
 
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