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Talk About it Tuesday

Talk About it Tuesday

By Recycle2 Riches

This is the talk about it Tuesday podcast brought to you by Ashleigh Morgan, founder of!
Made in the middle of this pandemic, where connection feels so far away. With this platform we will be talking with world changers, wave makers and environmental educators.
Make sure to listen, watch, and learn from these incredible minds that are changing the culture of consumption every day.
Without further ado let’s talk about it!
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Does sleep directly affect sustainability?

Talk About it Tuesday

Does sleep directly affect sustainability?

Talk About it Tuesday

Today we are talking about all things circularity within everyday living. Celebrating Earth month and reminding our community that every day is earth day. Our guests are Rachel Ceruti founder of Reclypt + Joe Livingstone co-founder and chief operating officer of Itemfarm. We are so happy to have these experts on this episode that truly live every day like it is earth day. I am filming some of this episode at Second Home in Hollywood, an amazing co-working space that believes in bringing nature back into the workspace. Stay Connected:
April 26, 2022
Earth Day Summit + Conscious Consumer Campaign 2022
This 2022 March Episode is all about both our Earth Day Summit and the Conscious Consumer Campaign for 2022! Feel free to email if you have any questions or would like to get involved. Here is our Campaign page: Here is our Event Flyer through CANVA
March 31, 2022
November episode: All Things COP 26
We have an amazing Talk about it Tuesday November 2021 episode. My favorite episode yet. In this episode we are speaking with Lidia from We have an amazing Talk about it Tuesday November 2021 episode. My favorite episode yet. In this episode we are speaking with Lidia from and Markus Lutterman from on all things COP 26. First Lydia will break down the concept of COP26 and bring us the history of all conferences of the parties. Then Marcus wraps us up with the actions that were taken at COP this year. Watch, Listen and learn. Last episode of 2021!
November 30, 2021
August episode: Inspiring environmental actions by and for the youth!
Bree Jensen Outreach and Partnership officer at Pepperdine University. Abhiir Bhalla 19 year old youth environmentalist in his third year of Collage studying Political Science and International Relations. Ashleigh Morgan President of and host of Talk About It Tuesday podcast.
November 30, 2021
July EPISODE: Transparency in sustainability through communication.
Guests For July Louis Yuen founder and creator of Educating youth on the current affairs of climate research. He believes that Education is key to creating a new generation of environmentalists. Tai Ford Chief Marketing Officer for Redefining the way we consume by providing easy access to honest information about the products around us. Ashleigh Morgan President of and host of Talk About It Tuesday podcast. Questions and Answers from our Guests: (the answers below are a quick recap of the speakers responses to the questions) From Louis Yuen Q: What does education of the youth on the climate crises means to you? A: It is a heavy topic and Louis tries to turn this climate crises topic into a light and easy topic to consume. Q: What is Infinity Eight Productions doing to bring transparency to sustainability through communication? A: Louis educates himself first on any topic and then works on educating others. The most important thing for him is to find the core of the topic and how he will translate the overall topic. Expressing all the different sectors of one topic is very important for Louis as well. From Tai Ford Q: How does creating transparency in the fashion industry led itself to help the climate crises? A: Fashion is one of the oldest and dirtiest industries. Lost of deferent elements and most of them are not good for the environment. Once you have the accountability of the elements that make up the fashion industry you can start to create action and help individual supply changes. One survey says 9 out of 10 fashion consumers care about sustainable fashion and 65% of consumers want to know the CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) of an organization they are buying from. Q: What is Retraced doing to bring transparency to sustainability through communication? A: They work with fashion brands to learn the challenges of their CSR, map out their supply change and help brands to get over the mountain of transparency. When you know the supply chain as a brand owner, you can really start measuring yourself as a brand and out your sustainable development goals are developing overtime. You have all your internal communication all in one place and gain trust with your customers. Thanks for watching and listing, to the July espied of Talk about it Tuesday. We hope you can join us next time to talk all things Inspiration Youth action in sustainability. Coming out August 31st until then, lets never stop talking about it.
July 27, 2021
Babel with BabLow on What is Circular fashion?
Corinne Brothers talked to us, with a passion, about her real-life experience as a sustainable designer, professor, and business owner. Link up with her at,, or feel free to follow her story on Instagram.​
May 02, 2021
Conscious Consumer Campaign
Let's bring the power back to the consumer! What is conscious consumerism to you? Ask yourself this while listening and answer in a comment below. To find more information on the #consciousconsumercampaign​ follow the links. R2R page on Conscious Consumer Campaign:​ R2R Instagram to stay connected:​ Impact Fashion:
April 20, 2021
Does sleep directly affect sustainability?
Episode 7 with Nancy Bosnoian the founder and CEO of End No! They are Reclaiming Sleep as a necessity not a luxury. Nancy is answering the questions, Does sleep directly affect our sustainability? I believe we came to the conclusion that it does. Make sure to watch the recording on our YouTube and listen to our other episodes to learn from these incredible minds!
March 24, 2021
What should we do with our wonky flowers?
Ben Cross is a 4th gen grower at Crosslands Flower Nursery which was established in 1936 in West Sussex. We spoke on the waste stream of the floral industry and Ben’s solutions for it. Ben took this issue into his own hands when he started the British Flower Rock campaign back in 2014! Ben also won the Grower Award in 2019 and won the Global Sussex Environmental award in 2020. He truly is a wave maker, lessen, learn from and support Ben Cross. (IG page: (FB page:
March 17, 2021
Is harmony possible between production and sustainability?
We are talking with the experts themselves, Method Sourcing with Avishai Greenstein. We host their bamboozle countertop composter on marketplace. Method Sourcing was founded in 2013 with a diverse team of designers, manufacturers, and content creators obsessed with the health of our planet. Hopefully we answered the question of the day, is Harmony possible between production and sustainability?
March 10, 2021
Why should sustainable fashion be normal?
We talk with Lydia founder of Pretty Green Lily blog covering all things sustainable fashion. Talking about this Circular economy we are all trying to obtain, some top 5 sustainable brands that Lydia recommends and inspired each other along the way!
March 02, 2021
Sustainable Business 101 for 2021 (Panel Discussion)
We will be talking about fair trade in all areas of your company; what a sustainable product model should look like and what intersectional environmentalism really means in a workplace. With a Girl Boss Panel of sustainable educators from Gypsy Freedom, Kooshoo, Pela and LePrix!
February 24, 2021
Just one bar of soap?
If you are thinking, my grandma uses soap, then this is the episode for you. Together we break down the reasons why, particularly a bar of soap can truly transform the culture of consumption!
February 16, 2021
Why Water & What are SDG’s?
Talking with Kevin Sofen, Founder of Wristsponsible and co-host of SDGtalks podcast! Together we will explore why clean water is so vital to the circular economy. Also we break down the 17 sustainable development goals from the UN (SDG’s).
February 09, 2021
Let’s Talk about it
February 03, 2021