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Living sustainably should be easier. Curious about a zero waste lifestyle? Want to know what the “circular economy” or “slow fashion” really means? Each episode, brought to you from Brightly.eco by eco-experts Laura Alexander Wittig and Liza Moiseeva, features daily, actionable tips to help you live your life more sustainably. Start changing the world by listening to a new, bite-sized episode every week. For more info, visit https://brightly.eco/podcast
 
From the popular blog www.startingsustainability.com we have created a podcast to help you learn the simple ways you can incorporate sustainable practices into your lifestyle. Follow Kaylin along with her triumphs and fails of navigating a sustainable lifestyle. Everyone can do more than re-usable bags and cups. Getting everyone to do an extra few steps towards sustainability will have a greater impact than just one person doing it perfectly. To learn more check out www.startingsustainabilit ...
 
My green bag - A collection of a potpourri of steps, ways, and tips towards eco-friendly living. Every drop counts and every step leads to a better tomorrow. Taking steps towards eco-friendly sustainable living with sustainable practices and a zero-waste lifestyle, all in harmony with nature's panchtatwas. This podcast brings you tips, ideas, and doable activities to help live you sustainable and conscious life. Please have fun listening and give feedback :)
 
Nancy Addison delivers the right recipe for healthy bodies and minds through a personal journey of discovery of what nourishes every cell, tissue, organ, and thought. Audiences are invigorated by her charismatic approach to eating healthy as they gain a real understanding that what we eat is, truly, who we are. Nancy’s clients have reversed medical conditions, lost weight, and learned how to eat energizing, healthy, fresh food. Nancy is the author of “Raising Healthy Children” (a number one ...
 
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Earth Overshoot Day marks the date when humanity's demand for ecological resources and services in a given year exceeds what our planet can regenerate for that entire year. This year, it fell on July 29, which means that humans currently use 74 percent more resources than what the planet can regenerate. In this episode, Laura speaks with Sarah Bail…
 
www.startingsustainability.com Back in episode 82 we talked about some problems with landfills. However, there are even more problems. In this episode we discuss the toxicity, water, and air pollution associated with landfills and what you can do to reduce your waste from going to the landfill. www.startingsustainability.com/episode96 ***Donate ext…
 
Think of your go-to chain stores. You know them, you love them—but do you know if their sustainable values go beyond strategic marketing? We ranked some of America’s most popular picks—including Walmart, Costco, Target, and Trader Joe's—to find out how sustainable they are. Here's which ones came out on top, and which still have work to do. For the…
 
www.startingsustainability.com Where does our tap water come from? Why do we need to conserve water? Where does our waste water go? Why isn't water free? Kaylin explains where our tap water comes from, how water treatment plants work and the amount of resources that go into making the tap water drinkable. Also, why it is so important to conserve wa…
 
In this episode we discuss how to recycle all those dried out pens, where we can get our hands on loads of amazing eco stationery and Nicola's first ECO FAIL 🌱🌻 Guardian article about the Amazon Rainforest https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/jul/14/amazon-rainforest-now-emitting-more-co2-than-it-absorbs Craftavists https://www.intagram.com…
 
In today’s episode, Laura and Liza highlight their favorite sustainable products from Brightly's upcoming September Product Drop, only available for a limited time from September 6-12. From clean beauty to home goods, discover some of the standout picks we can’t wait for you to get your hands on. To see the products, visit https://brightly.eco/sept…
 
www.startingsustainability.com Tyler Mayoras joins the show and shares how eating less meat is one of the most sustainable actions anyone can take. Tyler is giving a glow-up to the world's most underappreciated superfood: the bean. A passionate impact investor and entrepreneur, he co-founded Cool Beans with a vision of bringing sustainable, whole-f…
 
Vanuit haar stadstuin blikt Ivonne terug op de ervaringen met haar zaaiplan voor de moestuin. Luister naar haar relaas over monsters, schimmels én een zeer welkome verrassing in de huiskamer ... Ivonne grijpt terug op de uitgangspunten van haar zaaiplan die je kan horen in aflevering 90. Misschien leuk om even terug te luisteren?…
 
With takeout sales at an all-time high as a result of the global pandemic, sustainable packaging is more important than ever. As sales rise, so do concerns about the environmental toll of all the extra packaging waste being sent straight to landfills—which are already almost at full capacity. In this episode, Laura talks with Lauren Olson, the Zero…
 
www.startingsustainability.com We are all taking extra steps to be more sustainable. However, there are some luxuries that are hard to give up. One extraordinarily resource intensive luxury is alcohol and specifically distilled spirits. Did you know, for every bottle of whiskey created 6 pounds of carbon waste are generated? He is the founder of a …
 
We all understand how important it is to adopt a more sustainable lifestyle, but there are a lot of popular eco hacks out there that might not be as sustainable as you think. In this episode, Brightly co-founders Laura and Liza dive into some of the most common—like is washing dishes by hand really better than using the dishwasher? Keep listening t…
 
www.startingsustainability.com Kaylin went out to California for vacation and came back with COVID! :( She is at home quarantining with her kids and husband. Therefore this week's episode is a quick one because she is exhausted between parenting, working, and recovering. Listen in for a crash course in everything bamboo. Bamboo is used for everythi…
 
Ivonne vervolgt haar verkenning van het kasteelpark in de Heerlijkheid Hemmen. Vandaag aandacht voor de historie van deze plek. Want wat is nou een reportage over een kasteelpark zonder een schets van kasteel en landhuis? Tip: luister naar alle afleveringen over de Heerlijkheid Hemmen. Zoals altijd vind je meer info en links in de shownote.…
 
So many of us have made it a goal to build a sustainable skincare routine. In today's episode, Liza talks to Lorraine Dallmeier, a biologist, chartered environmentalist, and the CEO of Formula Botanica, about what "green" beauty really is, the good (and bad) beauty trends out there right now, how to develop your own green skincare routine, and more…
 
www.startingsustainability.com Youth activist Sarah Goody shares her incredible journey from first learning about climate change in sixth grade to attending marches and then to leading them as an 8th grader. Sarah shares her experience and give advise for other youth on how to become more involved. www.startingsustainability.com/episode91 Sarah-goo…
 
Kim tells us about SLS, SCS and SLES that is often found in shampoos and why people do and don't like them. After, Nicola will chat about her journey with Shampoo bars and some of the options out there. Links To Be Frank: https://tbfuk.com Guppy Bags: https://en.guppyfriend.com Manufacturers like using SLS as effective/inexpensive/easy to formulate…
 
As we set out to create the most sustainable shopping experience possible, we knew it would look a little different than your average big box online store. In this episode, Laura and Liza discuss why they launched the Brightly Shop, how it works, and what our community thinks so far. For show notes, go to https://brightly.eco/why-we-launched-the-br…
 
www.startingsustainability.com We are all aware of how unsustainable the earth is becoming. We are working hard to preserve our natural environment. However, what about our indoor environment? We spend most of our time indoors and we really need to focus on transitioning out indoor environments to be as sustainable as possible. Ellen Strickland joi…
 
Luister naar een boeiende speurtocht door de heemtuin Thijsse's Hof. Het gesprek gaat over literair groen en ... kriebelbeestjes. Ken je Erik Pinksterblom al? Zoals altijd vind je meer info en links in de shownote. De besproken speurtocht is na de zomer van 2021 niet meer beschikbaar. Maar gelukkig blijft deze podcast leuk om (terug) te luisteren! …
 
Have you ever wondered what happens to your recyclables once they're picked up from the curb? What happens to those mattresses or old TVs we throw away? Or where all those clothes you put in a donation bin end up? Adam Minter knows the answer. Adam is a journalist and author who has been covering the global recycling trade for almost 20 years. In t…
 
www.startingsustainability.com Have you heard of Plastic Free July? This is a global movement that has been around since 2011 and is really gaining momentum. Listen in to learn more about the movement and how to join. It is also more than half way through the year and Kaylin checks in on her January bucket list to see how she has done so far. www.s…
 
In this episode we chat all about the pros and cons of using silicone in the kitchen...and what is the difference between silicone and silicon anyway?? Links Just think eco instagram post about France and plants: https://www.instagram.com/p/CN1-pwjgd8h/?utm_medium=copy_link Bridge of plants in London (unfortunately, it was cancelled a few years ago…
 
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In this very special episode, Brightly co-founders Laura and Liza dive into some burning questions from the Brightly community, including how they got started on their own sustainability journeys, the "why" behind the Brightly Shop, and more. For show notes, visit https://brightly.eco/community-questions/.…
 
www.startingsustainability.com Isabel Aagard is the found of the rapidly growing eco-business, LastObject. She is an entrepreneur and collaborative designer on a mission to eliminate single-use plastics by creating reusable alternatives to single-use items we use daily. She is the creator of LastSwab, LastRound, and LastTissue. www.startingsustaina…
 
Ivonne verkent het kasteelpark van de Heerlijkheid Hemmen. Ben jij geen landgoedbezitter? In deze aflevering doe je tóch inspiratie op voor jouw eigen natuurvriendelijke tuin! Zoals altijd vind je meer info en links in de shownote. Tip: luister naar alle afleveringen die we in 2021 gaan uitbrengen over de Heerlijkheid Hemmen, waaronder die over de …
 
If you've seen the news lately, you may be feeling angry, worried, and helpless about the current state of our planet. But you aren't alone. These feelings, coined as "eco-anxiety" and "climate anxiety," have been affecting all of us in different ways. In this episode of Good Together, Brightly co-founder Laura talks to Dr. Renee Lertzman—a researc…
 
www.startingsustainability.com 3 years ago Kaylin started this podcast. Last fall Liana Kent emailed asking how to start a movement and how to start a podcast. She did it! Liana has her own podcast called "UnF*_k Your Shopping Cart". Hear the details of this inspirational story. www.startingsustainability.com/episode87 Support the show by shopping …
 
Nicola is heading up an episode about trying eco coffee pods (the ones that biodegrade and/or are compostable) and her findings. Kim also talks about her trial with the reusable metal type too. Links connected with today's episode Nic’s nespresso machine model: Nespresso MagiMix CitiZ & Milk Ref. 11 317: https://www.lakeland.co.uk/31613/Magimix-Nes…
 
Whether it's for a day trip or a week-long camping adventure, National Parks make the perfect backdrop for your summertime adventure. But with annual visitation increasing by over 40 million people between 2009 and 2019, the park system and the animals that live within it are really starting to feel the impact of the human footprint. In this episod…
 
www.startingsustainability.com Let's take the time to look back over the past year and analyze the challenges of "going green" during the COVID pandemic and how difficult is was to maintain or even begin a more sustainable lifestyle in a time of masks, restrictions on reusables and recycling, and increased demand for delivery and shipping services.…
 
Plastic Free July is global movement that encourages people to decrease their plastic consumption throughout the month of July. Are you up for the challenge? If you need some plastic-free inspiration, be sure to tune into this episode. Laura and Liza share their favorite ways to reduce plastic waste, in addition to discussing why plastic pollution …
 
www.startingsustainability.com It is summertime! The weather is beautiful and we can travel again! Doesn't matter if you want to stay at home or go out and about. Listen in for some fun eco friendly activities you can do with your kids, partner, friends, or solo. If you want to travel to another location Kaylin reviews a variety of ways to make you…
 
In our first episode, we discuss the problems Kim is having in finding a pair of pyjamas and the pitfalls of knowing where to buy from and what type of material to buy. LINKS The documentaries that Nicola mentioned: Down to Earth with Zac Efron (IMDB details): https://www.imdb.com/title/tt12585152/ Seven Worlds, One Planet: https://www.bbc.co.uk/ip…
 
Purchasing fair trade products can be a great way to go about living a more sustainable and ethical life. Someone who knows this just about better than anyone is Paul Rice, the president, CEO, and founder of Fair Trade USA. In this episode, Liza and Paul take a deep-dive into fair trade and how it intersects with global events. They touch on the re…
 
www.startingsustainbility.com The Loop Store!! A new way to shop, without the waste. A place where you can buy name brand items you would recognize in the big box stores, except they all come in sustainable reusable packaging. Charlotte Maiden joins the show to explain how Loop reimagined the weekly shop, with counter-worthy packaging not made for …
 
There are plenty of misconceptions about sustainable living. Sometimes, they can prevent people from entering the world of eco-friendly living altogether. But don't believe everything you hear. In this episode, Laura and Liza chat about some of these common myths and misconceptions, from the idea that sustainable living is always more expensive to …
 
www.startingsutainability.com Kaylin interviews Izzy Fisk co-founder and director of Seasonarians, a new community investment company that encourages people to eat locally, seasonally, and sustainably. Learn how Seasonarians got started and see if you can bring the concept to your town. www.startingsustainability.com/episode83 Support the show: Sta…
 
You may know Alicia Silverstone as the star of the cult-classic film, Clueless, but what you may not know is that she's also a dedicated activist in the health and wellness space. Not only does Alicia run her own healthy living blog called The Kind Life, but she has also been vegan for many years and even released a book in 2011 called The Kind Die…
 
www.startingsustainability.com This episode is sponsored by Reel Paper. Use discount code GREEN for 25% off your first order. Kaylin busts the myth that food and other organic material will decompose in the landfill. Show notes at www.startingsustainability.com/episode82 Support the show at our Etsy Shop: Startsustainable…
 
Have you ever been curious about starting a garden or growing your own food, but always assumed you didn't have adequate space or time? Turns out there's a solution to that: hydroponic gardening. In this episode, Laura chats with Jacob Pechenik, the co-founder of Lettuce Grow—a company that makes self-watering, self-fertilizing hydroponic Farmstand…
 
www.startingsustainability.com This episode is sponsored by Reel Paper. Use discount code GREEN for 25% off your first order. If you have ever worked in foodservice then you understand how much food is wasted everyday. Manik Suri of Therma is making strides by building tools to eliminate food waste, energy inefficiency, and refrigerant emissions. S…
 
Summer is right around the corner, which means sunshine, beach days, camping, hiking—basically all things outdoors. But while we're enjoying everything Mother Earth has to offer, it's also important to keep our eco-footprints as small as possible. In this episode, Laura and Liza share some of their favorite eco-friendly products that are sure to ma…
 
www.startingsustainability.com Today’s episode is sponsored by Reel Paper. Use my coupon code GREEN to receive 25% off your first subscription. Do you store your data on the cloud? Or stream music and shows? These actions have a negative impact on the environment! Don’t worry. You can still enjoy these luxuries. Michael Nazarian from Realistic Sust…
 
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