Opening the Path for Cross-Sector Collaboration in Climate-Focused Projects
Across the world, there are various projects and initiatives that are focused on climate action. However, considering the growing urgency of climate change, the world isn’t keeping up fast enough. Research suggests we aren’t on track to achieve the UN’s Agenda 2030 — the organization’s chosen approach to engaging stakeholders in achieving sustainable development. The UN’s 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) promoted principle-based approaches where multiple sectors from public, private, and knowledge institutions are expected to work together to achieve common medium-term targets.
The Impact Of Dams On The Health Of Our Entire Ecosystems With Steven Hawley
Watch the episode here Listen to the podcast here The world has made it so easy to overlook our natural resources in exchange for revenue. Take a look at dams as an example. According to statistics, we have buried a landmass equal to the size of the state of California in reservoirs behind […]
7 Ways You Can Live A More Sustainable Lifestyle
Today, we celebrate Earth and explore the many ways we can ensure her health for generations to come. While big, bold, global actions are needed that are outside many of our hands, we can move the needle in our personal lives bit by bit. In this blog post we’ll look at some of the best things you can do to live a more sustainable life.
Reducing Waste In The Diaper Years with Bailey Bouwman, Host of The Cloth Diaper Podcast
Listen to the podcast here Disposable diapers have a long-term detrimental impact on our environment. They take up to 300 years to decompose in landfill, and a single child can utilize more than 100 diapers per month during their diaper years. The total diapers used by many children approaches 5,000 during their lifetimes. In this […]
Our Plastic Pandemic: Why Recycling Is Not The Answer with Greg Dayley, CEO of Seabar
Listen to the podcast here Have you ever thought about the problem of plastics? Statistics are stark. The very first plastic bottle ever produced is still in existence. It can take hundreds of years for it to decompose in landfill and recycling of plastic is presently inefficient and expensive. Join Corinna Bellizzi as she connects […]
Exercising Climate Optimism And Shifting Perspectives For A Brighter Future With Anne Therese Gennari
Watch the podcast here: Listen to the podcast here: The battle to reverse climate change is a long and unending one. How do we keep our optimism in this trying and tiring fight? Corinna Bellizzi sits down with the climate optimist herself to get the answers. Anne Therese Gennari is the founder of the Climate […]
Prioritizing Experience Over Materialism This Holiday Season with Stephanie Seferian, Sustainable Minimalist
Listen to the podcast here As we approach the gift-giving frenzy that can be the holiday season, we revisit the topic of Sustainable Minimalism with an episode from earlier this year, when we featured Stephanie Seferian, a bestselling author, podcaster and blogger who is best known for her book and podcast, Sustainable Minimalism. We think […]