This week's podcast is a little different than most. I recently took a trip to Portugal, a place I hold close to my heart and feel at home upon every return. Some of my roots are still grounded in...
Want to Give Eco-Friendly, Meaningful Gifts? GreenGiftBox Could Be the Answer The Takeaways: Giving gifts can be difficult when you want to give something with meaning, but also something the receiver will appreciate and use. GreenGiftBox is an option to...
 The Takeaways: The Universal Sea is an initiative from Berlin that combines the power of art, science, and entrepreneurs, to fight for clean drinking water and tackle water pollution This initiative is a traveling art exhibition paired with a...
The Takeaways: Miyabi Bamboo Charcoal water filters are sustainable, zero-waste, plastic-free, AND can be tossed into a compost bin or garden when you’re ready to replace them Bamboo charcoal filters are carbonized and work by adsorbing (not absorbing) particles...
The Takeaways: We spend 1/3 of our lives sleeping, but a majority of bedding products are made with synthetic chemicals and dyes Aizome Bedding uses the traditional Japanese practice of dying organic cotton with organic indigo dye to offer...
The Takeaways: YONI was founded in 2014 by Mariah and Wendelien after a shocking realization that there's no legal requirement for menstruation product companies to list the ingredients used in manufacturing their products YONI only uses sustainably-sourced 100% cotton in their products....
Welcome, Dr. Elizabeth Trattner, to the ECOFEMINIST magazine podcast, again! I had such an engaging interview with her the first time around, we decided to record an additional session to continue discussing the broad range of knowledge she has...
The Takeaways: Emily J. Casey co-founded FEMNA with her partner, Maxie, to provide a one-stop-shop for women facing various hormone-related ailments or symptoms across all stages of life. Hormones fluctuate day-to-day, week-to-week, and throughout the entire lifespan. FEMNA provides...
The Takeaways: Radical Broccoli was founded by two Norwegian sisters, Susanne and Anette Bastviken, three years ago with a mission to spread environmental awareness, protect Mother Earth, and heal our oceans. Anette and Susanne are helping lead the eco-friendly...
The Takeaways: Foodture, a social enterprise in Ireland, was founded by Nathalie and Sinead to address Ireland’s growing food system insecurity Foodture’s overarching goal is to reconnect people with farmers, and every action, movement, and initiative Foodture makes aligns...

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