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Zero Waste Kode: All Episodes

Zero Waste Kode: All Episodes

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We are Greenkode a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working on reducing food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to helping to make a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to new environmental companies, new tech, and sustainable cooking.
Our first podcast will be released on Monday the 15th of June. And thereafter it will be bi-monthly. Every second week. Thank you. Please join us!
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Episode 37, Sustainable Behaviours
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today’s podcast Episode 37, Sustainable Behaviours, we speak about behaviour science as a key tool for startups to drive customer change. Look at an app providing a way to reduce your carbon footprint and look at how to construct a sustainable diet. We chat with: • Richard Chataway - a consultant and author of the book The Behaviour Business: How to apply behavioural science for business success communicates the value of his skill in driving your business to success • Tom Hunt – is a renowned Eco Chef and sustainability pioneer whose book, ‘Eating for Pleasure, People & Planet’ is reviewed by us • Jo Hand - CEO of Giki, talks to us about the free app that provides ethical and sustainability information about more than 250,000 products to you to help you cut carbon emissions Thank you for joining us. We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
49:04
March 20, 2022
Episode 36 Sustainable Spark
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today's podcast Episode 36 Sustainable Spark, we speak about the food supply chain and how we can improve it. Also on eating healthily and sustainably and about school healthy meals. We chat with: • Emily Shankur - leading on the engagement and delivery of SU-Eatable Life, a European Commission’s LIFE funded project. • Alexander Piutti - founder and CEO of SPRK, talks to us about his mission to eliminate food waste in the supply chain. • Mathew Went - managing Director of Impact Food Group,  talks to us about the catering enterprise providing schools with healthy and sustainable meals. Our next podcast will air on the 25th of March, please join us then. We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
47:09
February 12, 2022
Episode 35, Sustainable Futures
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today's podcast Episode 35, Sustainable Futures, we speak about tech-for-good with an entrepreneur and also speak with a post-graduate in sustainability about the future of the commercial kitchens market and also to a company monitoring food temperatures in the kitchens. We chat with: • Ilona Ludewig - a tech-for-good entrepreneur, speaks to us about her motivation in co-founding green business start-ups. • Cherry Kyla Dejos - an ex-sushi chef and sustainable professional, speaks to us about the food industry and sustainability. • Daniel Reid - the marketing officer for Navitas, speaks to us about the food temperature regulatory products they provide for commercial kitchens. Our next podcast will air in on the 15th December, please join us then. We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
56:35
November 20, 2021
Episode 34, New Tech Initiatives and women in hospitality
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today's episode 34, New Tech Initiatives and women in hospitality, we speak with TIPA about their biodegradable plastics and with FYTA about high tech plant management and also with the Women in the Food Industry Organization. Marc Fouche from TIPA, chats to us about his innovative compostable packaging company, and its sustainable vision and technology. Claudia Nassif and Sylvie Basler Co-founders of FYTA talk to us about their innovative FYTA beam that allows you to connect with your house plants. Janie Ash and Mecca Ibrahim: Co-founders of Women in the Food Industry, a consultancy company that aims to expose inequality in the hospitality sector Our next podcast will air in  on the 1st November please join us then. We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
38:36
October 02, 2021
Episode 33 Sustainable directions
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today's episode 33 Sustainable directions, we speak to the G7 chef at the recent summit and a sustainable contract caterers and the University awards association on sustainability. We interview: Adam handling – the chef behind the G7 summit and owner of a number of sustainable restaurants in the UK Nick Mead – from Eden Caterers talks to Green Kode about how they operate what is considered to be one of the most sustainable catering companies in the UK. Claire Mitchell – talks about The EAUC’s Green Gown awards, a sustainability championship for higher education. Our next podcast will air in  on the 27th September please join us then.  We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
36:14
September 05, 2021
Episode 32 Sustainable Seedlings
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today’s Episode 32 Sustainable Seedlings we focus on sustainability in the hotel industry and carbon tracking on  menus items and edible cutlery. We interview: Julia Piechotta -  shares Spoontainable’s innovative, sustainable solution to plastic ice cream spoons that you can eat Erik Olsen – Head of Business Development at Klimato, talks to Green Kode about how climate-smart labelling can instil behavioural change Motti Essakow – Co-founder and Chief Imagineer at Rythms by Design explains how different types of sustainable tech are useful in the Hotel hospitality sector Our next podcast will air in 2 weeks on the 6th September please join us then. We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
40:59
August 21, 2021
Episode 31 Sustainable Carbon Emission
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today’s Episode 31 Sustainable Carbon Emission, we look at carbon emissions and food waste disposal and food for life! Matthew Isaacs from My Emissions explains how they’re making it easier to see the carbon emission impact of your food Philippa Roberts, the founder of Binit, talks about how waste management services should be more transparent about where your commercial waste ends up Caron Longden talks to us about Food for Life and the Soil association, both important names in sustainable hospitality Our next podcast will air in 2 weeks on the 24th of August, please join us then. We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
43:27
August 08, 2021
Episode 30 New Sustainable Norms
Hi , We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today’s Episode 30 New Sustainable Norms, we look at bio-diversity  with seeds, grains and pulses and new sustainable fishing practices and what is Natasha's Law? Josiah Meldrum – from Hodmedods talks about their passion for sustainable grain farming in the UK. Tarryn Gore - CEO of intelligent recipe and menu solution company, Kafoodle, talks to us about how they help restaurants adapt to COVID and comply with Natasha’s Law. Ruth Westcott – campaign co-ordinator for Sustainable Fish Cities at Sustain, talks to Green Kode about sustainable fishing, Brexit and the controversial Netflix documentary, Seaspiracy. Our next podcast will air in 2 weeks on the 9th August , please join us then. We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
46:59
July 24, 2021
Episode 29 Waste Not Want Not
Hi , We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today's podcast Episode 29, Waste Not Want Not, we present a new hospitality business model with Carly Grove co-founder of OPOP and interview zero-waste Chef Vojtech Vegh and speak with the CEO of EnvoPAP who talks us through the recycling of agri-waste into paper! Vojtech Vegh - Plant-based, Zero Waste Chef offers advice for how chefs can begin their journey to reducing their food waste by not throwing flavour into the bin. Carly Trisk-Grove - Co-creator of One Plate One Price, shares her vision of a canteen that can serve everyone, no matter your wage with one set price. Kaushal Shah - CEO of EnvoPAP, talks us through how his company is combatting deforestation and the waste crisis in India by creating paper and packaging by using Agro-Waste Our next podcast will air in 2 weeks on the 12th July , please join us then. We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
42:57
July 10, 2021
Episode 28 Old and New Sustainable Practice
Hi , We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today’s Episode 28 Old and New Sustainable Practice, we look at reducing your carbon footprint and see how traditional businesses are changing their behaviour and chat with the South West UK Sustainable Organization TEVI about how they help sustainable businesses. We interview: • Anya Doherty - the founder of Foodsteps talks to us about how climate impact labelling can help food businesses take their first steps toward climate-smart eating • Catrin & Osian Jones – Co-founders of CRWST in Wales talk to us about their sustainability plans for their new venue • Ben Rowswell – An Impact Partnership Development Manager from TEVI introduces their funding and project strategy for this year in the South West of the UK Our next podcast will air in 2 weeks on the 12th July , please join us then. We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
40:25
June 26, 2021
Episode 27 Sense and Sustainable practice
Hi , We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today's Episode 27 Sense and Sustainable practice, more sustainable start-up's are interviewed and we look at using your full senses when eating food. We interview: Jozef Youssef – Creator of Kitchen Theory, Chef Jozef Youssef, talks to us about his research into how we perceive foods through our senses. Robert Heinecke - CEO of Breeze technologies, talks about how they have managed to extrapolate data about air pollution Renata Bade Baraja - the co-founder of Icelandic green start-up, Green Bytes, talks to us about how they maximise profit by reducing food waste Our next podcast will air in 2 weeks on the 28th of June, please join us then. We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
42:34
June 12, 2021
Episode 26 Making Sustainable Changes
Hi , We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today's Episode 26 Making Sustainable Changes, we look at sustainable start-up's, an inventor and a life's journey of running a sustainable business. Professor Veena Sahajwalla - the inventor of polymer injection technology, talks to Green Kode about how a future with Zero Waste is entirely possible through innovation Lôlo Ascar - Co-founder of Era Zero Waste, Lôlo shares her passion for sustainability and how their green start-up in tackling carbon emissions and plastic Calum Richardson -  Owner of the bay fish and chips, talks about his journey to replacing the greasy spoon image with high-end sustainability Our next podcast will air in 2 weeks on the 14th of June, please join us then. We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
01:02:36
May 29, 2021
Episode 25 Sustainable Life Choices
Hi , We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today's Episode 25 Sustainable Life Choices we look at people incorporating sustainability into their Life choices and making a sustainable difference. We chat with: Andrei Lussman - Owner of Lussman’s sustainable fish and grill restaurants shares his life experience of running sustainable businesses Tim Breker - from Vytal tells us about their innovative takeaway container concept based in Germany Julian Swinkles - Co-founder of CarbonCancel, talks about how they inspire behavioural change by helping users to calculate their carbon footprints Our next podcast will air in 2 weeks on the 31st of May, please join us then. We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
38:17
May 14, 2021
Episode 24 Being Different!
Hi , We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today's Episode 24 Being Different we look at people living a life of purpose by incorporating sustainable work and research and practice into their businesses. We chat with: Michael Caines - the owner of the Michael Caines Collective including The Cove in Cornwall is a celebrity chef and entrepreneur, and chats to us about sustainability in hospitality. Emma Theobald - A researcher at Entec Nutrition joins us to discuss their innovative research into using insects for animal feed, and how their process integrates brewery waste. Finn Halsall - Is the Home Growing Officer of the Green Living Society in Penryn and joins us to talk about his love for nature, why everyone should grow their own veg. and how to get involved in a project near you Our next podcast will air in 2 weeks time on the 17th of May, please join us then. We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
38:14
May 02, 2021
Episode 23 Local Sustainability
Hi , We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today's Episode 23 Local Sustainability we look at sustainable farms and restaurants utilising their local resources and developing a community of sustainability at the University of Falmouth. We chat with: Jake Causley - the Falmouth sustainability coordinator talks us through the University's sustainability policy and how students can contribute to the effort Jeffrey Robinson - owner and executive chef of the New Yard Restaurant where sustainability and growing their food are an important part of their ecosystem Polly Bowles - the Coombeshead Farm Manager talks to us about how their working farm contributes to a self-sufficient restaurant and guest house Our next podcast will air in 2 weeks time on the 19th of April, please join us then. We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
40:13
April 17, 2021
Episode 22 Changing your sustainable practice
Hi , We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. re working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today's Episode 22 Changing your sustainable practice we look at reusing your cardboard packaging and not throwing it away, an overview of the Better Hospitality Conference in April 20th-21st 2021 and Ollie Hunter's great book on living sustainably. We speak to: Domini Hogg - from triedandsupplied speaks to us about their Better Hospitality Conference starting on April 21-to-22nd of 2021 Ollie Hunter - from the Wheatsheaf Pub in Chilton Foliat speaks to us about his new book Join The Greener Revolution. On becoming more resourceful and sustainable in your daily life. Roo Pescod - co-founder of Packshare, a waste packaging re-distribution company speaks about what their App does for you. Our next podcast will air in 2 weeks time on the 19th of April, please join us then. We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
01:02:32
April 03, 2021
Episode 21 Recycling plastics, Tasting Menus and Behaviour change
Hi , We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today's Episode 21 Recycling plastics, Tasting Menus and Behaviour change we look at sustainable practices in food waste in restaurants and recycling plastics and home food waste behaviour change apps. We speak to: Steven Edwards - a MasterChef: The Professionals winner. Speaks to us about his sustainability practice at his two restaurants Alex Vlassopulos. -  speaks to us about their innovative food waste app called Kitche that helps people at home reduce their food waste Clare James - from Odyssey Innovation speaks to us about making Kayaks by using waste from plastic netting We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
41:52
March 20, 2021
Episode 20 Sustainable Business Practices
Hi , We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today's Episode 20 Sustainable Business Practices we look at sustainable practices in food waste, restaurants and contract catering companies. We speak to: Anna Blightman - from the Assemblies (a chain of Bristol Restaurants) speaks to us about the sustainable business practises they use throughout their restaurants Fotis Fotiadis - founder of Better Origin talks to us about converting organic food waste into high-quality animal feed using insects as bioconversion methods Alex Bailey and Christina Covello - of Fooditude, the executive chef and Marketing head speak to us about contract catering for events and the challenges of sustainability for them We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 21 is due for release on the 22nd of March). Please join us! We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
40:02
March 06, 2021
Episode 19 Sustainable Practices in Restaurants
Hi , We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today's Episode 19 Sustainable Practices in Restaurants we look at the different sustainable practices that different restaurants are using. Kristin Canty – film director of ‘Farmageddon’ and restaurant owner, talks to us about her passion for sustainable food and natural farming produce Holly Taylor - co-owner of the Kindling restaurant talks about their passion for sustainability practises throughout the year Sam Buckley - co-owner of Where The Light Gets In a provision store talks about the sustainable practices they operate with local farmers We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 20 is due for release on the 8th of March). Please join us! We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
45:55
February 20, 2021
Episode 18 Supporting Green Start-up's
Hi , We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. In today's Episode 18 Supporting Green Start-up's we discuss Londons’s circular economy and accelerator , supporting new companies SDG goals and working with a tech-for-good company. Violetta Lynch - talks to us about the circular economy and what projects have been developed at LWARB to combat waste and improve sustainability. Eller Everett - co-founder of bothofus chats to us about the services they provide for new companies that are improving social issues and improving SDGs of the UN. David Griffiths - from Kernow fo.am a tech-for-good company working in social educational and academic practices speaks to us about their impact projects. We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 19 is due for release on the 22nd of February). Please join us! We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
48:58
February 07, 2021
Episode 17 Tech for Good
Hi , We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups.       In today's Episode 17 Tech for Good we look at Innovation from organisations that’s have used  #Techforgood to help create better environments for us. Jack Farmer – Co-founder of LettUsGrow, speaks to us about vertical farming with Aeroponic containers that work in urban communities and grow vegetables using an aerosol of nutrients Steve Evans – Co-founder of Xeroe, a company that provides services of delivery using emission-free vehicles, bikes, electric scooters and vans Nick Palmer – Business development manager for PyroCore, explains the science behind pyrolysis the technology that PyroCore use to divert waste from landfill We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 18 is due for release on the 25 th of January). Please join us! We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
45:02
January 23, 2021
Episode 16 A Year of Innovation
Hi , We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups.       On today's episode and we talk to:   Laurie Smith – from Nesta talks us through his horizon scan of future trends in tackling the climate crisis Gemma and Jack Pound – own Incredible Bulk, Cornwall’s only mobile Zero Waste shop. They talk about how they offset their carbon footprint from bringing villages zero waste home supplies on wheels Ryan Robinson – the co-founder of Aeropowder, shares how they use waste feathers from the poultry industry to create sustainable packaging   We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 17 is due for release on the 25 th of January). Please join us! We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
47:37
January 10, 2021
Episode 15 The Importance of Well-Being
Hi , We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups.     On today's episode, we focus on Well-Being and the importance of this for us all as well learn to cope with the pandemic Covid restrictions and we talk to:   Majella Greene - a professional Personal Development Therapist and motivational Interviewer speaks to us on a range of topic of well-being Professor Peter King - a student Chaplain at Falmouth University reviews the very popular book by Charlie Macksey; The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse Angela Groundwater - speaks to us about the use of narrative wallpaper and her artwork alongside working with charities working with the elderly We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 16 is due for release on the 11th of January). Please join us! We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
01:23:05
December 26, 2020
Episode 14 Being Sustainable and doing well!
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups.     On today's episode, we talk to:   Max Gimpel-Henning – from Green City Solutions speaks to us about their innovative product, the City Tree, a biotech filter that grows fresh air Tim Bouget – of the Cafe Ode tell us how the UK Covid Strategy has affected his Business Ollie Hunter – from the Wheatsheaf, a sustainable pub in the UK, talks to us about how COVID can encourage sustainability We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 15 is due for release on the 28th of December). Please join us! We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
47:40
December 11, 2020
Episode 13 Be The Change You Seek
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups.   On today's episode, we talk to:   Carlton Cummins - the co-founder of Aceleron talks to us about how his company has re-designed lithium batteries to become more sustainable and serviceable Pat Smith - from Final Straw Cornwall speaks with us about how one person can make a huge impact on clearing waste Peter Backman - tells us about how the second lockdown has and will affect restaurants and pubs in the UK We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 14 is due for release on the 14th of December). Please join us! We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
01:01:30
November 27, 2020
Episode 12 The big waste picture
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall.  We are working to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to environmental organisations, new tech, and green start-ups. On today's episode, we talk to: Martin Rohleder - from Olio speaks to us about how to combat household waste Zoë Lenkiewicz - from wasteaid talks to us about community waste management Clare Fischer - from the Marine Conservation society speaks of how Brexit and Coronavirus are affecting our oceans We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 13 is due for release on the 30th of November). Please join us! We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
51:11
November 16, 2020
Episode 11 Government and Community Action
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working on reducing food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to helping to make a better sustainable future for all of us by making less waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to new environmental companies, new tech, and sustainable cooking. On today's episode, we talk to: Eleanor Morris - from WRAP introduces a new online course called “the Guardians of Grub: becoming a champion” Sarah Hargreaves and Fiona Jarvis – from Resource Futures share with us what they are doing to reduce food waste and the challenges they are facing in their work Lorenzo Curci - from Almond App, speaks to us about managing a Carbon Balanced Lifestyle We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 12 is due for release on the 16th of November). Please join us! We appreciate any donations for the update of the podcast. Thank you for your support. https://www.patreon.com/greenkode
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November 01, 2020
Episode 10 Making A Difference
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working on reducing food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to helping to make a better sustainable future for all of us by making less waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to new environmental companies, new tech, and sustainable cooking. On today's episode, we talk to: Aoife Allen - of Hubbub speaks to us about their current campaigns to reduce food waste  Harry Deacon - From Cultivate Cornwall CIC speaks to us about their projects in the communities of the circular and sharing economies of objects and skills. Zoe Morrison - author of Eco Thrifty Living shares her journey to sustainability We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 11 is due for release on the 2nd of November). Please join us!
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October 17, 2020
Episode 09 Recycling Aware Businesses
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working on reducing food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to helping to make a better sustainable future for all of us by making less waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to new environmental companies, new tech, and sustainable cooking. On today's episode, we talk to: Stephen Clarke - with Terracycle speaks to us on recycling and on their new venture called Loop Louise Mitchell - from Eco Coffee speak to us on sourcing local beans and sustainable cups and biofuels Ravi Toor - with Filamentive speaks to us about there recycled 3d printing filament materials We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 10 is due for release on the 19th of October). Please join us!
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October 04, 2020
Episode 08 Sustainable Aware Businesses
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working on reducing food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to helping to make a better sustainable future for all of us by making less waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to new environmental companies, new tech, and sustainable cooking. On today's episode, we talk to: • Matt Keniston - from bio-bean talks to us about sustainable products made from coffee beans • Abi Taylor - at Wild Harbour a Cornish sustainable fishery gives her insights into how her business operates • Domini Hogg - of Tried and Supplied speaks to us about her business sourcing hospitality suppliers under one platform We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 09 is due for release on the 5th of October). Please join us!
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September 19, 2020
Episode 07 Innovative Changes
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working on reducing food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to helping to make a better sustainable future for all of us by making less waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to new environmental companies, new tech, and sustainable cooking. On today's episode, we talk to: • Mark Rudge from Wasted Apple -  Talks to us about creating Cider from wasted Apples. • Peter Forhan, Puracycle & Wavehalo - Talks about his replaceable labels & new germ eradicator Halo. • Paul Martin, Cornwall Council - Speaks to us about the change in Future food waste policies. We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 08 is due for release on the 2st of September). Please join us!
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September 05, 2020
Episode 06 Sustainable Choices
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working on reducing food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to helping to make a better sustainable future for all of us by making less waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to new environmental companies, new tech, and sustainable cooking. On today's episode, we talk to: • Andrew Brown B4 project - speaks to us about conserving the UK’s nativeHoney Bee. • Rory Ayres from Sustain-a-wrap - talks to us about Beeswax wraps. • Tim Bouget from Cafe Ode - speaks to us about his sustainable practises and issues. We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 07 is due for release on the 7th of September). Please join us!
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August 22, 2020
Episode 05 Small Changes Are Beautiful
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working on reducing food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to helping to make a better sustainable future for all of us by making less waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to new environmental companies, new tech, and sustainable cooking. On today's episode, we talk to: • Ben Wild from Wild Greens Farm - speaks to us about supplying Microgreens. • Carly Shutes from Foodcycle - talks to us about food waste and surplus food. •  Alexander Bruce from Turtle Straws - speaks to us about his journey to replace plastic straws We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 06 is due for release on the 24th of July). Please join us!
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August 09, 2020
Episode 04 An Individual Can Make a Difference
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working on reducing food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to helping to make a better sustainable future for all of us by making less waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to new environmental companies, new tech, and sustainable cooking. On today's episode, we talk to: • Professor Steffen Boehm - speaks to us from Exeter University about Sustainability • Hannah Pearce - founder of Un-rap. A shop selling food with no plastics • Nav Sawhney - speaks to us about the washing machine project that supplies hand-powered machines We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 05 is due for release on the 10th of July). Please join us!
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July 26, 2020
Episode 03 Waste Reduction and You
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working on reducing food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to helping to make a better sustainable future for all of us by making less waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to new environmental companies, new tech, and sustainable cooking. On today's episode, we talk to: • Connie Fenner - speaks to us from the Package Free Larder, Portsmouth's first package-free Supermarket. • Adam Banks - ex-Head Chef of 15 Cornwall speaks about his waste reduction experience and what he is doing now. • Prof. Pete King - speaks to us about acts of kindness and on both the physiological and spiritual effects. We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 04 is due for release on the 27th of July). Please join us!
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July 13, 2020
Episode 02 What Can I Do?
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working on reducing food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to helping to make a better sustainable future for all of us by making less waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to new environmental companies, new tech, and sustainable cooking. On today's episode, we talk to: • Shane Holland - of Slow Food in the UK, discusses his interest in food and farming, access to food, and our issues around food quality. • Dave Cook - of Seefood introduce their home food waste saving app. • Vicky and Kyle - of Tevi speak to us about the sensor network they are developing in Cornwall. We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 02 is due for release on the 13th of July). Please join us!
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June 27, 2020
Episode 01 Our Journey Begins
Hi, We are Greenkode (https://greenkode.net) a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working on reducing food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to helping to make a better sustainable future for all of us by making less waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to new environmental companies, new tech, and sustainable cooking. On today's episode, we talk to: • Chef Tom Westerland - Tells us his experience of Coronavirus lockdown. • Raphaella Fearns - talks to us about her company Plotty a seed sharing platform • Earthly Biochar - Lottie and Connor speak to us about their company that makes biochar for better soil nutrients We are a bi-monthly podcast (our next podcast episode 02 is due for release on the 29th of June). Please join us!
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June 14, 2020
Zero Waste Kode: Trailer
Hi, We are Greenkode a hi-tech company based in the UK, Cornwall. We are working on reducing food waste in the hospitality sector. We are committed to helping to make a better sustainable future for all of us by making less food waste. Our podcast focuses on aiming for zero-waste and join us on this journey as we introduce you to new environmental companies, new tech, and sustainable cooking. Our first podcast will be released on Monday the 15th of June. And thereafter it will be bi-monthly. Every second week. Thank you. Please join us! 
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June 02, 2020