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Citizen Wolf: Designed to fit, built to last how Citizen Wolf is remaking the fashion industr‪y‬

Citizen Wolf: Designed to fit, built to last how Citizen Wolf is remaking the fashion industr‪y‬

We're consuming 1.6 planets worth of resources every year, and it's just not okay. Citizen Wolf set out to prove and validate that there's a better way of making clothes.
Vow: Meet the "meat" that grows in labs not farms

Vow: Meet the "meat" that grows in labs not farms

 In this episode, Co-founder and CCO, Tim Noakes Smith joins Sustainability Further Podcast to discuss how they're future-proofing the food industry.
Simply Cups – Offering a solution to Australia’s single-use cup catastrophe

Simply Cups – Offering a solution to Australia’s single-use cup catastrophe

Lottie speaks with John Ryan about the impact that COVID-19 has had on Simply Cups, Australia's largest cup recycling program.
TABOO: Ending period poverty and fighting for women's equality and education

TABOO: Ending period poverty and fighting for women's equality and education

In this episode we discuss TABOO's mission as a social enterprise, the role of policy makers and community in period poverty, education, and more.
Edge Environment: Circular economy –why going around in circles isn't a bad thing

Edge Environment: Circular economy –why going around in circles isn't a bad thing

In this episode, hosted by Lottie Dalziel, Blake discusses the circular economy, the spheres of influence, and Blake’s future plans for Australia’s uniform industry.
Natalie Isaacs: How to champion sustainability

Natalie Isaacs: How to champion sustainability

In this episode we chat to Natalie about the power of individuals and how to stand up for your beliefs.
Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife: Rebuilding Australia’s wildlife and wilderness

Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife: Rebuilding Australia’s wildlife and wilderness

The foundation of the national parks and wildlife mission is all about growing parks and saving species. And that's exactly what they've been doing that for over 50 years. After the bushfires of 2019/20, Ian guides us through the national emergency response that they created, delving into it's different implications across states. 
Urban Green: Transforming CBD basements into thriving urban farms

Urban Green: Transforming CBD basements into thriving urban farms

The farm which occupies the 1,000 square meter basement at 1 Shelley Street Barangaroo is now producing over 4,000 punnets of microgreens each week.
Upparel: Revolutionising Australia's circular fashion model

Upparel: Revolutionising Australia's circular fashion model

There is really not a whole lot of transparency with exactly where all of the clothes that we donate and up. In this episode, Michael helps us better understand the process,  the negative consequences of our clothing entering landfill, and what Upparel is doing to take on textile waste.
NABERS: How do you measure sustainability?

NABERS: How do you measure sustainability?

NABERS has been able to demonstrate a billion dollars in energy bills saved by our users, nearly 7 million tons of CO2 emissions saved, which is enough to power nearly 93,000 homes for a year and nearly an 80% participation in the office sector, quite significant achievements right?
Alanna Sapwell: Sustainability from farm to plate

Alanna Sapwell: Sustainability from farm to plate

From compost systems to a no-takeaway-containers policy, Alanna's way of doing business in the hospitality industry, shows us how small, simple changes make a big difference. 
Caroma: Where innovation meets sustainable design

Caroma: Where innovation meets sustainable design

Dr. Steve Cummings is Caroma's innovation director and the brains behind the revolutionary two button flush system used to justify 5.5 liters of ...