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The Butterfly Effect

The Butterfly Effect

By Tali Orad
The Butterfly Effect podcast digs into stories of regular people that make a difference with the planting of trees. Just like the butterfly effect theory which suggests that a minor change such as a flap of a butterfly wing can create a phenomenal change, this podcast will share the stories of communities, & individuals supporting Mother Nature and the environment as well as the stories of trees.Hosted by Tali Orad, the butterfly. She will be giving the voice to all those stories. Each episode will feature a special guest from the different industries.To read more the trees 1treellion.org
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Episode 26 / The Butterfly Story of Water Preservation Hosting Maya Jacobs
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Maya Jacobs. Maya is CEO of Zalul environmental association, one of Israel’s leading environmental NGOs, dedicated to marine preservation, focusing on eliminating pollution from the Mediterranean and Red Seas, from Israel’s streams and rivers, and water preservation. She has over 20 years of experience in media strategies and influencing public opinion, and has been dedicating these abilities for the environment in the past 10 years. During her time with Zalul Maya led the organization to many achievements and today she is in a very unique position in which she leads the biggest environmental campaigns and struggles on the one hand while initiating and leading many collaborations on the other. In this episode you will hear about why water preservation is so important, the problem with plastic at sea, green energy, the "special" gene of the coral reef in the Red Sea, and more. Some notes... More about 1treellion & Zalul. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
37:02
July 7, 2021
Episode 25 / The Butterfly Story of Adding Green to the Urban Environment Hosting Ross O'Ceallaigh
Ross O'Ceallaigh is an Urban Design and Planning Consultant based in London. When he's not helping clients create better urban environments, he hosts the Green Urbanist Podcast. This show explores how planners, architects, nature lovers and policy makers can make cities more sustainable, healthy and happy. Ross believes that urbanists have a unique role to play in tackling climate change. This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Ross O'Ceallaigh. Ross is an Urban Design and Planning Consultant based in London. When he's not helping clients create better urban environments, he hosts the Green Urbanist Podcast. This show explores how planners, architects, nature lovers and policy makers can make cities more sustainable, healthy and happy. Ross believes that urbanists have a unique role to play in tackling climate change. In this episode you will hear about his work, what’s an urban designer, the benefits of more green in our cities, the equality and inequality in the space, ways to get cities more green, his podcast, and more. Some notes... More about 1treellion, Ross O'Ceallaigh & The Green Urbanist. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link.  The great music is credited to Pixabay.
22:26
June 16, 2021
Episode 24 / The Butterfly Story of Agroforestry Hosting Breno Veiga
Breno Veiga is an agroforester that has been developing ways to promote the knowledge surrounding agroforestry systems throughout communities. He is the co-creator of the documentary film O Elo Perdido (The Lost Connection) that is seeking the reconciliation between man and nature, through the lens of agroforestry. Breno is also the Co-Founder of Ekonavi, a new platform that helps facilitate this lost connection. In this episode you will hear about what agroforestry means, what are some of its benefits in comparison to the traditional farming methods, the making of the film, and more. Some notes... More about 1treellion & Ekonavi. To watch O Elo Perdido here is the link. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
28:31
June 2, 2021
Episode 23 / The Butterfly Story of Climbing Trees Hosting Tim Kovar
Tim Kovar is a Master Tree Climbing Instructor with 30 years of teaching experience. His love and respect of nature, coupled with his wanderlust spirit, led him to metaphorically and literally take the vertical path less traveled. A path that has led him into the remote jungles of the world in pursuit of his vision to help connect others to our natural world. In 1993, Tim began his career at Tree Climbers International in Atlanta, Ga., where he helped develop the standardized curriculum being taught around the world. Today, he continues to work closely with TCI, serving as their international instructor and ambassador, ensuring the integrity of the organization’s high standards. In 2005, the old growth forests of the Pacific Northwest lured him to Oregon where he co-founded Tree Climbing Northwest, which was operated by New Tribe. In 2010, he branched out on his own and founded Tree Climbing Planet. In pursuing his vision, Tim has had the opportunity to work with many passionate people. He has worked extensively with canopy researchers stationed around the world, including ornithologists in Indonesia, primatologists in Uganda, entomologists in Ethiopia, and herpetologists in India, and students in Central America. A true believer in sharing his knowledge, Tim consults with eco-tour operators and budding entrepreneurs wishing to plant their own schools. In this episode you will hear about what it means to be a professional tree climber, the values in tree climbing, the does and don’ts, and much more. Some notes... More about 1treellion & Tim Kovar. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
26:42
May 19, 2021
Episode 22 / The Butterfly Story of Environmental Justice Hosting Harry Justice
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Harry Justice. Harry is a senior at the Berkeley Carroll school in Brooklyn, NY, originally from Jersey City, NJ. He engages with environmentalism and sustainability by co-leading his school’s environmental club, conducting independent science research on sustainability, and promoting advocacy and social justice through personal research and advocacy with the climate advocacy group FXB Climate Advocates. In this episode you will hear about his environmental work at school, his thoughts on environmental justice, the generational gaps and responsibilities in regards to climate change, and more. More about 1treellion. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
30:30
May 5, 2021
Episode 21 / The Butterfly Story of The Fairy Tree and Ireland Folklore Hosting Ceara Carney
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Ceara Carney. Ceara is a 27 year old activist and actor from Dublin, Ireland. She grew up in the countryside and has been passionate about the environment and animal rights from a young age. Her eyes were opened to the deforestation and pollution happening on a mass scale after being vegetarian and vegan for many years and being conscious of what she consumes. She is involved with activist group Extinction Rebellion in Ireland and is also the host of an eco-friendly living podcast, the Book of Leaves. In this episode you will learn about fairies, leprechauns as well as other mythological creatures and how they help preserve the environment in Ireland, the work Ceara is doing with Extinction Rebellion, and more. Some notes... More about 1treellion, Treecovery Ireland initiative, and The Book of Leaves podcast. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
28:28
April 21, 2021
Episode 20 / The Butterfly Story of Dinosaurs and Trees Hosting Kenneth Lacovara
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Dr. Kenneth Lacovara. Dr. Lacovara has unearthed some of the largest dinosaurs ever to walk the earth, including the massive 65-ton Dreadnoughtus. He is a recipient of The Explorers Club Medal, previously awarded to pioneers such as Neil Armstrong, Jane Goodall, and Sir Edmond Hillary. His 2016 TED talk has been viewed by over two million people, and his book, Why Dinosaurs Matter, published by Simon & Schuster, is a winner of the Nautilus Book Prize. Lacovara discoveries have landed him three times in Discover magazine's 100 Top Science Stories of the Year, and he has appeared in over 13 television documentaries. Currently, he is researching the extinction of the dinosaurs. He is the founding dean of the School of Earth & Environment at Rowan University, and is Director of the Edelman Fossil Park, where he and his team are building a $75M museum designed to connect people to deep time, the contingencies of natural history, and the fragility of our planet. In this episode you will hear about his discovery of Dreadnoughtus schrani, a massive, plant-eating dinosaur, some of the misconceptions about dinosaurs,  why the study of dinosaurs matters for climate change, and more. Some notes... More about 1treellion & Dr Kenneth Lacovara. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
37:08
April 7, 2021
Episode 19 / The Butterfly Story of Forest Bathing Hosting Katie Mills
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Katie Mills. Katie is a London-based nature connector, a qualified Forest School Leader and forest bathing guide, and a campaigner and social entrepreneur. She is the founder and Director of Forest & Family, which is a London forest school and nature connection organization promoting the links between nature, health and wellbeing. She is also the founder of Forest Bathing London, which is dedicated to promoting and supporting forest bathing in London and for Londoners. She works as a trainer, speaker and forest therapy coach and diploma mentor and with a wide range of partners and clients providing nature connection training and services. Katie is one of over 50 London National Park City Rangers, a role that falls under the London national park city movement which is all about making the city greener, wilder and healthier – London is in fact the world’s first National Park City!! Katie holds degrees in Poverty Reduction and Development Management, and Theology and Religion, and before nature connection she worked in international development and for many years in higher education at several leading universities in the UK. She lives in London with her husband, two young daughters, two rabbits and in a few weeks… also a dog called Storm. In this episode you will hear about what is forest bathing, its benefits, and much more. Some notes... More about 1treellion, Katie Mills, and Forest Bathing London. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
32:21
March 24, 2021
Episode 18 / The Butterfly Story of Composting and Making Soil Hosting Josh Whiton
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Josh Whiton. Josh Whiton creates participatory movements that empower people worldwide to directly contribute to planetary repair. At the age of 23, he founded a tech-startup that got people out of cars and onto public transit, creating jobs while reducing fossil fuel emissions and the carbon footprint of millions. For his positive impact on people and planet Josh was named a Champion of Change by then president Obama. Josh’s company was also named one of the most innovative companies in transportation by Fast Company before being acquired by the Ford Motor Company to form Ford Smart Mobility. Josh also co-founded one of the first urban farms in the southeastern United States. Still in operation today, the one-acre urban farm helps thousands of people each year to participate in a more beautiful food system. His latest planetary innovation is MakeSoil.org. In this episode you will hear about his work, what it means to be a soil maker, why is it so important, and more. Some notes... More about 1treellion & MakeSoil. How to make a compost bin, useful information. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
30:15
March 10, 2021
Episode 17 / The Butterfly Story of Butterflies and the Rainforest Hosting Schi-Lee Smith from Wildlife Weirdos
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Schi-Lee Smith. A 25 years old animal and nature lover from Texas. Schi (pronounced Ski) is the host of the Wildlife Weirdos podcast, which is an educational podcast about animals. On her show she tries to find out all the cool, weird, and interesting things there are about animals and share it with her audience. In this joined episode, she is sharing her knowledge with us. In this episode you will learn about the Blue Morpho Butterfly, its magnificent wings, i’s habitable, its part in the ecosystem, among other cool things. Some notes... More about 1treellion & Schi-Lee Smith and the Wildlife Weirdos podcast. Some of the facts mentioned: The morpho butterfly, Butterflies and plants designers tropical rainforest pharmacology, more on biodiversity. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
28:38
February 24, 2021
Episode 16 / The Butterfly Story of Music, Communities, and Nature Hosting Jurgis Didžiulis
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Jurgis Didžiulis.  Jurgis is an artistic activist, corporate Edutainer, inspirational troubadour, and a motivational musician. Jurgis seamlessly mixes his passion for music and social phenomenon to enlighten individuals, businesses and organizations on the intrinsic power of human capital and the potential of properly aligned values. He uses comedy, academic insight, and musical interaction to engage them emotionally and demonstrate how to identify, attune and seize latent "human assets" for social innovation, more relevant CSR, improved HR, sincere PR, a heightened sense of community, and a more socially and environmentally aligned perspective of day-to-day activities and strategic objectives. His diverse background ranging from Eurovision to EU consultant, to corporate Edutainer allows him to bend formats and shape-shift to guarantee a stimulating and enlightening experience. Jurgis also make people sing and dance because it’s more fun like that.  In this episode you will hear about his work, his music, his time in the jungle in Columbia with the indigenes people... you will even hear him sing.  Some notes...  More about 1treellion & Jurgis Didžiulis.  To support planting all over the world, please check out this link.  The great music is credited to Pixabay.
36:08
February 10, 2021
Bonus Episode! Episódio bônus #15 / The Butterfly Story de restauração de ecossistemas com o convidado Prof. Pedro H.S. Brancalion
You are at the right place, this is The Butterfly Effect. This butterfly is excited to be speaking again, and this time in Portuguese with scientist Pedro H.S. Brancalion. If you are looking for the episode in English, check out Episode #10. A very special thank you to Leonardo Silva that will be conducting this interview for me in Portuguese. Leonardo is an Agronomist, Master in Crop Production. He is a PhD candidate in Climate Change and Sustainable Development Policies at the University of Lisbon, where he researches climate risks to ecosystem services and their impacts on the agroforestry sector. He is also an advisor to the 1treellion movement. *** Pedro Brancalion é Professor de Silvicultura Tropical da Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil, e vice-coordenador do Pacto pela Restauração da Mata Atlântica. Sua pesquisa se concentra no desenvolvimento de abordagens inovadoras de restauração florestal em paisagens tropicais modificadas pelo homem, com o objetivo de transformar a restauração em um uso da terra economicamente viável com maior potencial para contribuir para a conservação da biodiversidade e o bem-estar humano. Tem formação como Engenheiro Agrônomo e trabalhou em estreita colaboração com proprietários rurais, empresas agrícolas e ONGs de conservação que desenvolvem programas de restauração em grande escala, bem como os formuladores de políticas no Brasil para desenvolver novos instrumentos legais e planos estratégicos para restauração. A maior parte de sua pesquisa tem se concentrado nas regiões da Mata Atlântica, Cerrado e Amazônia do Brasil. Ele trabalhou como autor principal e editor de revisão na Plataforma Intergovernamental de Política Científica sobre Biodiversidade e Serviços Ecossistêmicos (IPBES), como membro do conselho científico do Plano Nacional de Recuperação da Vegetação Nativa do Brasil e da iniciativa Regenera Brasil. Publicou mais de 170 artigos revisados por pares e 7 livros, e recebeu o Prêmio Bunge 2018 por sua contribuição para a promoção de serviços ecossistêmicos na agricultura. Você ouvirá sobre sua última pesquisa Global priority areas for ecosystem restoration”, onde mergulharemos para falar sobre biodiversidade, carbono do solo, o significado de “Brasil” e muito mais. Sobre o apresentador convidado Leonardo Silva. Leonardo é Engenheiro Agrônomo, Mestre em Produção Vegetal e Doutorando em Mudanças Climáticas e Políticas de Desenvolvimento Sustentável na Universidade de Lisboa, onde pesquisa riscos climáticos aos serviços ecossistêmicos e seus impactos no setor agroflorestal. Leonardo também atua há mais de uma década na recuperação de terras degradadas pelo uso da terra ou desastres socioambientais, bem como na restauração de florestas tropicais em projetos de larga escala. Ele atua como especialista em uso sustentável da terra pela  Fundação Renova, e assessora a 1treellion em projetos de restauração florestal ao redor do mundo para combater os efeitos das mudanças climáticas e melhorar a qualidade de vida das comunidades envolvidas. Some notes... More about 1treellion, Pedro Brancalion, and Leonardo Silva. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
41:29
February 3, 2021
Episode 14 / The Butterfly Story of Drones and Blockchain Hosting Irina Fedorenko
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Irina Fedorenko. Irina is a serial tech entrepreneur. She co-founded an innovative forestry start-up that uses drones for forest restoration, and is currently the  Managing Director of the Caux Dialogue on Environment and Security, an Initiatives for Land, Lives and Peace program. This program brings together senior policymakers, project managers and social entrepreneurs to examine best practices of land restoration, climate change mitigation and peacebuilding. Irina has a PhD in Geography and the Environment from the University of Oxford. Her academic interests focus on entrepreneurship in Russia and China, and the use of technology for social and environmental change. In this episode you will hear about her work of planting with drones, democratizing planting for the community using blockchain, and more. Some notes... More about 1treellion & Irina Fedorenko. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
33:38
January 27, 2021
Episode 13 / The Butterfly Story of Poetry and Nature Hosting Kate Belew
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Kate Belew, a Brooklyn based writer from the Midwest. In addition to being a poet, Kate teaches poetry and studies plants. In this poetic episode you will hear about her work and it’s connection to nature, her inspiring places to write, Emily Dickinson, essential herbal plants for you to have, and more. Some notes... More about 1treellion, Kate Belew & Pandemic Poems. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
25:52
January 13, 2021
Episode 12 / The Butterfly Story of Direct and Indirect Effects of Climate Change Hosting Alexander Verbeek
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Alexander Verbeek. Alexander is a Dutch environmentalist, public speaker, diplomat, and former strategic policy advisor at the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Over the past 30 years, he has worked on international security, humanitarian and geopolitical risk issues, and the linkage to the earth's accelerating environmental crisis. Currently, Alexander is Policy Director at the Environment & Development Resource Centre (EDRC) in Brussels. He is also an independent advisor on global issues related to climate, security, water, food, energy, and resources. He collaborates with governments, businesses, think tanks, and civil society agencies to create solutions for the planetary challenges of the 21st century. Alexander served as a Lieutenant in the Royal Netherlands Navy and was a diplomat for the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 1992 until 2016. His last position was Strategic Policy Advisor on Global Issues in the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He had postings in Vienna (OSCE), Bonn, and London. At MFA headquarters in The Hague, he also worked in the Middle-East Department, twice in the Security Department, and for several years in the Asia department. Alexander founded the Institute for Planetary Security and developed the Planetary Security Initiative, leading the team that prepared the first Planetary Security Conference in the Peace Palace in The Hague in November 2015. From 2016 until 2018 he was the Chairman of the Board of Advisors of this initiative. Alexander is a World Fellow at Yale University and has been an associate or fellow at the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), the Stockholm International Water institute (SIWI), a Visiting Fellow at the Peace and Conflict Department of Uppsala University in Sweden, and he is on the board of advisors of several international environmental initiatives. He is also an Associate Fellow at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy. In this episode you will hear about the direct and indirect effects of climate change, what countries can do, what you can do, and more. Some notes... More about 1treellion & Alexander Verbeek. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
36:27
December 26, 2020
Episode 11 / The Butterfly Story of Clean Water Hosting David Wadström
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with David Wadström. David is co-founder of Solvatten.org, a social enterprise with a mission to give people clean and hot solar water at home to reduce the burning of wood or charcoal. In this episode you will hear about his mom’s (Petra Wadström) invention, what it has to do with former US president Barack Obama, the connection to trees, and more. Some notes... More about 1treellion & Solvatten. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
23:08
December 16, 2020
Episode 10 / The Butterfly Story of ecosystem restoration Hosting Prof. Pedro H.S. Brancalion
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with scientist Pedro H.S. Brancalion. Pedro Brancalion is a Professor of Tropical Forestry at the University of São Paulo, Brazil and vice-coordinator of the Atlantic Forest Restoration Pact. His research focuses on the development of innovative forest restoration approaches in human-modified tropical landscapes, aimed at transforming restoration into an economically viable land use with greater potential to contribute to biodiversity conservation and human wellbeing. He has a background as an agronomist and has worked in close collaboration with farmers, agricultural companies, and conservation NGOs to develop large-scale restoration programs, as well as with policy makers in Brazil to develop novel legal instruments and strategic plans for restoration. Most of his research has been focused in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest, Cerrado and Amazon regions. He worked as lead author and review editor in The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), as member of the scientific board of Brazil’s National Plan for Native Vegetation Recovery and of the Regenera Brasil initiative. He published  more than 170 peer-reviewed papers and 7 books, and received the 2018 Bunge Award for his contribution to promoting ecosystem services in agriculture. You will hear about his latest research Global priority areas for ecosystem restoration where we dive in to talk about biodiversity, soil carbon, the meaning of “Brazil” and more. Some notes... More about 1treellion & Pedro Brancalion. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
31:06
December 2, 2020
Episode 09 / The Butterfly Story of Atomic Love and Trees Hosting Novelist Jennie Fields
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with novelist Jennie Fields.  Born in Chicago, Jennie is a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop and the author of five novels. Her last novel, The Age of Desire was a New York Times Editor's Choice and has just been optioned for film. Her new book, Atomic Love is being translated into nine languages.  After many years in New York, Jennie now lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband and their sassy dog, Violet Jane. You will hear about her book and the connection between the Manhattan project and what we are facing today. Some notes... More about 1treellion & Jennie Fields. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay. PC Anthony Scarlati & Dan Taylor.
26:00
November 18, 2020
Episode 08 / The Butterfly Story of AI and Trees Hosting Siddhant Desai
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Siddhant Desai. Siddhant is a junior at the Academy for Math, Science, and Engineering in Rockaway, NJ. Siddhant understands the warming and nature crisis the Earth is facing, and is trying to use his knowledge and skills in computer science, programming, and engineering to make a difference in the world. You will hear about his AI program that identifies the best locations to plant trees in order to make the biggest impact on our planet. Some notes... More about 1treellion & FXB. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
24:02
October 28, 2020
Episode 07 / The Butterfly Story of Fires and Trees Hosting Chad Hanson
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Chad Hanson, a forest and fire ecologist with more than 17 years experience in this field. His Ph.D. research focused on forest and fire ecology and the rare wildlife species that depend upon post-fire habitat in forests of the Sierra Nevada and elsewhere in the western U.S.. He has published an impressive list of scientific research papers on forest and fire ecology, wildlife use of burned forest, natural post-fire forest regeneration, and fire history and trends. In this episode you will hear about Chad's work, the importance of wildfires to our forests, how can we prevent unnecessary fires, do we really have less fires historically (yes less), and more. Some notes... More about 1treellion, Chad Henson and The John Muir project. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
32:48
October 7, 2020
Episode 06 / The Butterfly Story of Jaguars and the Jungle Hosting Milton Yacelga
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Milton Yacelga. Milton is a wildlife biologist with a comprehensive understanding of continental and island ecosystems. His work spans wildlife ecology, conservation, and animal behavior with a focus on endangered species. Milton is vice-president & co-founder of Kaminando Habitat Connectivity Initiative, an NGO that aims to protect the threatened tropical forest and the iconic jaguar in the Isthmus of Panamá. In this episode you will hear about Milton’s work in the Montane Clowd Forest, the jaguars, and more. Some notes... More about 1treellion & Kaminando Habitat Connectivity Initiative. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
35:42
September 16, 2020
Episode 05 / The Butterfly Story of Environment Preservation Hosting Iris Bardon
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Iris Bardon. Iris is a Politics & International Relations student particularly involved in environmental preservation, international peace and development through various ongoing projects. From art to technology, she believes there are lucid and innovative ways to help our beautiful planet and reverse the trends often described to young people as irreversible. In this episode you will hear about all the amazing projects Iris is involved in, her work with Earth Uprising & climate activist Alexandria Villaseñor, and more. Some notes... More about 1treellion & Earth Uprising France. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
25:06
August 26, 2020
Episode 04 / The Butterfly Story of Planting a Forest Hosting Brenda Asnicar
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Brenda Asnicar. Brenda is a famous Argentinian actress, model, singer, and dancer. Brenda's love for this planet led her to grow a forest of 100 trees in her hometown. She is using her voice to manifest a green change to our world. You will hear about how she does it, what made her start, and more. Some notes... More about 1treellion & Brenda Asnicar. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
22:16
August 4, 2020
Episode 03 / The Butterfly Story of Saving Forests Hosting Ariana Ivan
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Ariana Ivan. Ariana has built social-impact businesses from fashion to education and today her mission is to create models that make forests profitable, without cutting or degrading them. You will hear about how she does it, and her thoughts on sustainable logging, eco tourism, and more. Some notes... More about 1treellion & 108forests. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
24:54
July 18, 2020
Episode 02 / The Butterfly Story of Planting in Kenya Hosting James Musyoka
This butterfly is excited to be speaking to James Musyoka from Kenya Connect. You will hear about our tree planting in Kenya, solar lights, compost toilets, Nobel prize winner Wangari Maathai, and how it is all connected. Some notes... More about 1treellion & Kenya Connect. To support the planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
22:33
July 4, 2020
Episode 01 / The Butterfly Story of 1Treellion Hosting Angela Guerra
This butterfly is speaking to Angella Guerra, Tali’s partner at 1treellion.org You will hear about what made us start this climate change initiative, what exactly we do, where we plant trees, and what are our basic principles that define this amazing community of tree supporters. Some notes... The research we talk about can be found here. Are you an organization that plants? Apply to be supported. Want to join us as an ambassador? Check this out The great music is credited to Pixabay
17:43
June 21, 2020
Meet the Butterfly
The Butterfly Effect podcast digs into stories of regular people that make a difference with the planting of trees. Just like the butterfly effect theory which suggests that a minor change such as a flap of a butterfly wing can create a phenomenal change, this podcast will share the stories of communities, and individuals supporting Mother Nature and the environment as well as the stories of trees. Hosted by Tali Orad, the butterfly. She will be giving voice to all those stories. Each episode will feature a special guest from different industries. To read more about the trees 1treellion.org. Be a butterfly! #1treellionmovement #trees #nature #planttheplanet #thebutterflyeffectpodcast Music from Pixabay
02:25
June 16, 2020