Podcast

Trevor Evans: Recycling onshore, pipe dream or reality?

Trevor Evans: Recycling onshore, pipe dream or reality?

Trevor Evans has the power to create real impact when it comes to waste in Australia. 
No More Butts: Butt we can all do something, here’s how

No More Butts: Butt we can all do something, here’s how

In this week’s episode we chat with the founder of No More Butts, Shannon Mead, who talks in depth about the catastrophic and often unnoticed effect cigarettes butts are having on the environment and what his organisation is doing to stop it.
Great Barrier Reef Foundation: Can we save the Great Barrier Reef?

Great Barrier Reef Foundation: Can we save the Great Barrier Reef?

In this episode, we speak with Theresa Fyffe from The Great Barrier Reef Foundation about the health of our reef and what is being done to protect it against the effects of climate change. 
Outland Denim: Protect people, protect our planet

Outland Denim: Protect people, protect our planet

James Bartle explains the impact that human trafficking has on climate change and his hopes for the future.
Ziggy Alberts: Using your platform to campaign for good

Ziggy Alberts: Using your platform to campaign for good

Ziggy Alberts is a singer-songwriter who is making a difference both on and off the record. 
Plastic Collective: Empowering communities to use plastic as a commodity

Plastic Collective: Empowering communities to use plastic as a commodity

Louise Hardman discusses what sustainability means to her, her vision for Plastic Collective moving forward and the future of recycling in remote and rural communities.
City of Sydney – Jess Miller: The importance of liveable, breathable cities in Australia

City of Sydney – Jess Miller: The importance of liveable, breathable cities in Australia

Councillor Jess Miller is one of the youngest people to hold elected office at the City of Sydney, Jess’ passions focus on the environment and building liveable and breathable cities. In this episode we chat about her work on various projects such as Greener Spaces Better Places and the NSW Food Security Strategy.
Bupa: How climate change is affecting our health

Bupa: How climate change is affecting our health

In this episode, we chat with Roger Sharp, Bupa’s Chief Sustainability & Corporate affairs officer explains the relationship between our health and the planet's health.
Dismantle: Empowering WA’s Youth with new opportunities

Dismantle: Empowering WA’s Youth with new opportunities

Pat Ryan is the CEO of Dismantle, a charity which helps at-risk youth, through mentorship and employment to enable them to become valued and valuable members of society. They run social enterprises BikeDR and Renew Property Maintenance to empower young people with employment and opportunities.
Monty: Using data to help you compost better

Monty: Using data to help you compost better

Monty Compost Co was founded in 2019 to help make composting easy and efficient for everyone using the power of technology. 
B Corp: What it means to be a truly sustainable business

B Corp: What it means to be a truly sustainable business

There are more B Corp businesses in Australia per capita than anywhere in the rest of the world. But how do you measure sustainability across such diverse companies, from building companies, to fashion labels, and toilet paper brands? Listen to the podcast to find out more.
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.