A conversation with Hamish from Rocky Ridge Brewing Co
In this conversation I speak with Hamish from Rocky Ridge Brewing Co. About the different iniatives to minimize their impact on the environment. Rocky Ridge are pushing boundaries with innovation for the creation of different, ecofriendly beers.
January 19, 2022
A conversation with Adam from Heapsgood packaging
This conversation is with Adam, one of the founders of Heaps Good Packaging (https://heapsgoodpackaging.com.au/). Heaps Good produce a range of eco-friendly packaging options that allow eco-conscious business to reduce their impact on the environment by reducing their single use plastic consumption. The Heaps Good brand was established during recent tough times but has managed to thrive through a combination of innovation and a mission that resonates with people. Adam was a great chat and has some great insights into building a business with being Eco-friendly at the forefront and drops a sneaky discount code if you hang around all the way until the end.
December 22, 2021
A Conversation with Dr. Matthew Parnell
Matthew Parnell discusses sustainability and the challenges to living and working sustainably. Matt challenges people to think about things you can change in your life to eliminate your impact on the environment rather than offset it.
December 08, 2021
A Conversation with Jessie Panazzolo
In this episode, Jessie Panazzolo talks about becoming the Lonely Conservationist. She started a blog about her isolating experiences as a budding conservationist. She ended up building a community of 6000 lonely conservationists - who aren't so lonely anymore. Jessie authored 'How to Conserve Conservationists' about her experiences.
November 23, 2021
A conversation with Endangered Sounds (Scott and Nish)
Jacob speaks to Nish and Scott from Endangered Sounds about their unique conservation project combining art, endangered species and cryptocurrency. The Endangered Sounds team is creating digital art using the sounds of endangered species and then selling them as NFTs. They are aiming to raise $200,000 for wildlife conservation charities. If you’re not familiar, NFT stands for non-fungible token. It’s basically owning a unique digital asset such as artwork that is verified by the blockchain. Even if you can’t quite wrap your head around the technology side, the artwork and sounds are absolutely stunning. Look out for them in our upcoming posts. Thanks to Nish and Scott for the chat and for allowing us to share some of your amazing work! Twitter @endangeredsol web: endangeredsounds.art
November 09, 2021
A conversation with Sharka Hornakova
In this episode I have a conversation with Sharka about her social enterprise Donut Waste. Sharka is on a mission to redirect all coffee grounds away from landfill. Besides this Sharka has a lot of really practical information about how to live a sustainable life. Make sure you check out: www.donutwaste.com.au www.littletaptrailer.com.au www.facebook.com/LittleTapTrailer www.instagram.com/littletaptrailer
October 29, 2021
A Conversation with Luke Lovell.
In today's conversation we talk about the potential to use mine waste to build roads, the opportunities and the pitfalls.
October 13, 2021