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Environmental and social issues can feel confusing and overwhelming, especially when we try to tackle solutions on our own. That’s why it’s important to collaborate with other optimistic activists on sustainable strategies. When we join the movement together and break down complex practices, we can make profound changes. By focusing on collective movements over the long-term, our social impact makes our communities better. And eventually, our work becomes a beacon of hope for the entire world.
Welcome to Care More. Be Better. This show amplifies voices and solutions to regenerate our planet and social systems. Each week, we invite you on a journey to work through the climate crisis to create an environmentally sound future for all. Move from interest to action and turn your curiosity about regenerative living into actions that are part of the solution.
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Enjoy two sessions from the many offered at the Soil & Health Forum in Petaluma, CA on Saturday, Sept. 16 at Tara Firma Farms. You’ll hear from Starhawk on Permaculture and from Brock Dolman on California Watershed issues and progress.
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This week we invite you to think about the Body Positivity movement, and being comfortable in your own skin while we confront the topic of body modification and elective surgeries that involve implants. If you are considering a physical modification to your body It’s important to understand the risks, the inflammatory conditions that can erupt, and how these problems can erode your health so you can identify the root cause of these issues if they arise for you.
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Tina Muir is a former elite distance runner of the UK and Ireland, who has become an inspirational leader and podcaster with her podcast and website of the same name, Running For Real. She is presently training for the Boston Marathon, the UK Marathon, which she will run as a guide, and is prepping for the release of her book (which you can preorder now), Becoming A Sustainable Runner: A Guide to Running for Life, Community and Planet.
Join Corinna Bellizzi as she hosts her second in-depth conversation with internationally renowned angiogenesis researcher, physician, and New York Times bestselling author, Dr. William Li. Together, they will deepen your understanding of fats as they relate to metabolism, and reveal what you can do to speed your metabolism back up to its natural levels. Dr. Li shares cutting edge research, revealing that there are only 4 phases of metabolism throughout your life — and shares tips that will help you rediscover the metabolism of your youth, no matter the age you are today.
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This week, Corinna opens by sharing the importance of gratitude and why she’s choosing to continue that conversation at the beginning of December. You’ll hear
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Listen to the podcast here: In this International Women’s Day Feature, Corinna is joined by a fellow podcaster, Sedruola (Sedie) Maruska. Sedie hosts Diversity Dish,
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Don’t don’t give up on the dream. I think that people like yourself Corina, who’ve been working on these hard problems for years and years. And I think sustainability and climate is about as hard a problem as any one could possibly work on. It’s not easily solvable. There’s no one solution. It takes coordinated action. It takes concerted action. It’s going to require sacrifice and change and creativity and curiosity. Those kinds of problems are really, really hard. And it’s very easy to lose faith and to say, Hey, what am I. I gotta do something else in my life. And I just encourage everyone. I say this to myself every day. Okay. Just because it’s hard doesn’t mean it’s not worth it. And so I guess the thing I would say both to myself and to anyone listening, especially to your your listener. Now don’t give up. I think I feel excited by the kind of people I work with and the quality and caliber of people that I see working on sustainability and climate these days, it’s just an exceptional community coming together.
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Listen to the podcast here This is the 11th and final installment of our coverage of Paul Hawken’s bestselling new book, Regeneration: Ending The Climate
Co-founder and CEO of Give To Get, Grady Lee, discusses social impact and corporate volunteerism, unleashing the power of brands and people for social good.
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Founder/Creative Director of social impact creative agency, Cosmic, Eric Ressler explains the importance of purpose-driven design and branding to boost growth.
Tom Newmark, the Co-Founder of The Carbon Underground and owner of Finca Luna Nueva Lodge, explains how regenerative agriculture is key to saving the planet.
Chapter by Chapter Coverage of Paul Hawken’s Regeneration: Ending The Climate Crisis In One Generation, A New York Times Bestseller
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Dianne Dain, the Chief Innovation + Initiatives Officer of the World Humanitarian Forum, talks about sustainability, gender, living a greener life, and more.
A Review of Chapter 5 of Paul Hawken’s Bestselling Book: Regeneration – Ending The Climate Crisis In One Generation
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A Review of Chapter 4 of Paul Hawken’s Book: Regeneration – Ending the Climate Crisis In One Generation
Last week, Corinna Bellizzi invited a few activists, friends, and prior guests on Care More Be Better to participate in a livestream event that was simulcast on LinkedIn and YouTube. In this session they each discuss what the term Regeneration means…
In this series of mini-episodes, Corinna teases through the primary concepts of Paul Hawken’s book, Regeneration: Ending The Climate Crisis In One Generation. This week’s focus is on Wilding. She provides an overview of the chapter’s 8 sections with…
Show Notes: In this episode Corinna connects with the international motivational speaker and best-selling author, Satori Mateu as they navigate a deep and inspirational conversation about conquering your fear and embracing your purpose….
A Deep Dive Into Paul Hawken’s Regeneration: Ending The Climate Crisis In One Generation
Artificial Intelligence may provide more creative solutions to global warming and social problems than we have yet conceived, but how will it change our future? What do we need to be aware of? How might we each take part in saving our world with the…
In this minisode, Corinna walks you through our new website update including new features and then digs into Regenerating our oceans. She uses Paul Hawken’s new book: Regeneration: Ending The Climate Crisis In One Generation, as the anchor from which…
Corinna is joined by an incredible leader in natural foods, entrepreneurship and climate activism, Paul Hawken as they discuss his history and his latest work: Regeneration: Ending The Climate Crisis In One Generation. About Paul Hawken: Paul starts…
In this brief intro, you’ll hear the start of Corinna’s conversation with Paul as they get acquainted, talking about the open space preserve behind Corinna’s house — and its tie to regenerative agriculture. They discuss the “Regime Change” of our…
Show Notes: In our businesses– we always strive for sustainability. From sustainable teams to earning enough revenue to pay for our employees, expenses, and investments. So why shouldn’t we also prioritize being an environmentally sustainable…
In this interview, Corinna connects with David Johnson, a professor who teaches Design Thinking courses at Stanford University’s D-School (Hasso Plattner Institute of Design) and Negotiation at Stanford School of Law. They discuss his journey from law…
Learn How and Why A Heart Centered Approach to Eating + Transformation Is Critical To Reaching Your Goals And Improving Your Impact
This bonus episode is shared with permission from the host and creator of Podcast Junkies, Harry Duran. The show notes below are adapted from his site and show notes. — Harry welcomes to the show, entrepreneur, podcaster and proponent of social…
In this minisode, hear about a new downloadable travel tool and blog available on CareMoreBeBetter.com courtesy of Riva Bacquet, COO of S.A. Expeditions (our guest in this week’s feature episode). Read Blog On Website: Download In Printable…
Corinna connects with fellow MBA from Santa Clara University, Riva Bacquet. Riva is a lifelong traveler who joined S.A. Expeditions to help create a more conscious and sustainable travel and tourism company. We dig into their journey to becoming a…
Featuring Corinna Bellizzi: Obsessed With Making An Impact
Our guest, Ashlee Sang, has a passion for social impact and has chosen to focus her craft on working with sustainable brands who care about the greater good. In this week’s episode we invite you on a journey to think about your values and how you…
Join Corinna as she interviews a dear friend and prolific author, Cassandra (Cassie) Alexander about her recent (and VERY current) book, “The Year of The Nurse: A 2020 Covid-19 Pandemic Memoir” which catalogs her experience as an ICU nurse…
Get to know more about our host, Corinna Bellizzi as she is interviewed by Carolyn Kiel on her podcast, Beyond 6 Seconds, a podcast which goes beyond the first impression of the first 6 seconds to hear extraordinary stories from everyday people. Each…
In this episode, you’ll learn how John Lefebvre rose to immense wealth as a 1/3 billionaire, did a stint in prison, and continued to enjoy his life and privilege while giving a big chunk of his wealth away in support of people in need. He has given…
In this episode, you meet Hunter Hansen, a tech professional who put his writing skills and charisma to use as a blogger, YouTuber and Instagrammer — to be a champion for the autistic and neurodivergent community to which he belongs. By the end of…
For many refugees integrating into American society is a challenge. Simply exposing themselves to life in a new country is just one of the many challenges that refugees face. Language barriers, helping them succeed in school, finding work and housing…
Come on a journey to discover the roots of coffee in the war-torn region of Yemen with Mokhtar Alkhanshali, CEO and Founder of Port of Mokha. You’ll learn how and why Mokhtar was compelled to create a socially responsible coffee company that paid…
Today we invite you on a journey to Ghana, Africa, as we meet a media mogul and influential leader, Nana Aba Anamoah. Nana Aba has utilized her position and influence to raise awareness around several social concerns in Ghana, from Tramador drug abuse…
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In just 30 years, the world’s annual waste output will reach an estimated 3.4 billion tonnes. This worldwide garbage tsunami endangers our environment, economy, and even our relationships. To survive, we must not only contain it, but also use it….
In underserved populations, the majority of governments provide health and nutrition services to their citizens. Despite their best efforts, however, limited resources hinder their ability to do so. Unfortunately, those who are most in need of…
Join Americares’ Head of Strategic Partnerships, Stephanie Kauffman, discusses how Americare provides life-saving health services to those who need it most.
Sidney Collin, creator of NexStride, shares the inspiration for their device that helps people with Parkinson’s disease and freezing of gait.
In this half-hour episode, Corinna Bellizzi connects with fellow Bronco and MBA Candidate from Santa Clara University, Amit Jamuar to talk about the difficulties faced by great business leaders as they seek funding to grow their businesses. So very…
If you’re ready to declutter your world and get more life out of life, then this podcast episode is for you. Stephanie Seferian is an expert in sustainability, zerowaste and minimalism. Through this interview, her book, and her podcast she offers…
Have you ever had a creative burst that started when you noticed a problem that you just felt compelled to solve? Today, we get to hear one such story as we meet Scott Fulbright, co-founder and CEO of Living Ink – an ink company that harnesses the…
Today we get to talk about fashion — fast fashion and a more responsible alternative — a slower and perhaps more deliberate, eco-friendly fashion. To dive into this topic we are joined by Caroline Priebe of the Center for the Advancement of Garment…
Corinna Bellizzi talks about going back to the basics by embracing human kindness once again and going back to our nature of doing selfless acts for others.
Show Notes: In this episode we explore the challenges faced by talented Africans who lack the access they need to a world-class education, including long wait lists to get into leading academic programs.Those that do gain access may not be able to…
Corinna Bellizzi delves into our ancestors, the Homo sapiens neanderthalensis, discussing their misrepresentation and impact on humanity’s tribal attitude.
Chris Roberts of the North Wales Dragons Football team talks about building community and social impact through sports.
Get to know the host of Care More Be Better Corinna Bellizzi in her interview on Causepods with Matthew Passy where she shares her start, her mission, and more.
Transform things and explore possibilities. Listen to Masami Sato as she dives deep into creating impact to society through giving businesses.
In this episode, Corinna Bellizzi guides a conversation about food scarcity, hunger and community stress. These are challenges many people face every single day — and problems that have only been worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic. Rhiannon Menn,…
Courtney Stewart shares how she advocates for proper social justice discussion and awareness through the most unique way possible – lipsticks.
In this episode, we delve into the shady world of payday lending and novel disruptors in financial technology (fintech) that seek to change this $11 billion dollar industry for the better. We share sobering statistics while discussing the needs of the…
Eliza Erskine talks about building a sustainable future one B-Corp at a time, and how you can contribute to this massive cause even in your daily lives.
Robert Bellizzi talks with his daughter-in-law, Corinna Bellizzi, about his journey as the Executive Director and Founder of the Corneal Dystrophy Foundation.
DeAndre Wilson, a serial entrepreneur and activist from Southern Indiana, talks with Corinna Bellizzi about the Keep Rolling Campaign.
In this episode we dig into the concept of paying it forward. You’ll hear the story of Henry Darby, a high school principal in South Carolina, who took a part-time graveyard shift at Walmart, so he could pay his salary forward to students in need….
In this interview, you meet Genevieve Smith, an expert in social and organizational change, values alignment and data for social good who is also affectionately known by colleagues and work friends as a “professional bummer”. You’ll learn how…
Kayra Martinez, the Founder of Love Without Borders for Refugees in Need, talks with Corinna Bellizzi about why we need to self-educate on social issues.