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15 minutes | Apr 6, 2020
Tips: A to Z
Hear some quick tips for creating a more sustainable daily life.
29 minutes | Jan 31, 2019
Jewelry and Fair Trade Gold
Marc and his wife Helen started Reflective Jewelry, based in Santa Fe New Mexico, in 1995. They create, by hand, designer jewelry infused with passion and intention. Through their social entrepreneurial business, they help to lead the Fairtrade Gold jewelry movement in the US. The sparkle created in their workplace and community spreads to their customers and onward, way back to the producer communities in the global south; providing beauty, happiness and prosperity.
17 minutes | Apr 30, 2018
On this episode, I spoke with Carol Gancia, founder of RippleMakers Inc, a San Francisco Bay Area video production company that helps communicate your company's messaging through original, creative content. Carol shared her personal journey of changing a few products like lotion, soap, and shampoo towards healthier and more sustainable options.
17 minutes | Apr 28, 2018
Journey to Ecuador Part 2
In this episode, I'll share more details about my personal experience in Ecuador. Ayahuasca ceremony, indigenous tribes, hiking in the rainforest, jungle sounds, etc. visit my My funding page to donate to the pacha mama alliance!
19 minutes | Apr 28, 2018
Journey to Ecuador Part 1
My journey to Ecuador back in March was life-changing. For the better! In this episode, I'll share what I learned about the local tribes, and how you can help by visiting Pachamama.org or if you'd like to donate, visit my funding page...Lori's Fundraising Page. Learn about the Achuar, Sapara, indigenous tribes, Pachamama Alliance, ayahuasca, and the rainforest!
12 minutes | Apr 21, 2018
Susan Silber, Nor Cal Resilience Network
NorCal Resilience Network’s approach to Capacity Building is multi-pronged and holistic. They offer in-person meetings and phone calls for emerging leaders who need support with fundraising and project development, monthly workshops to support organizational development, and offer online resources to support grassroots leaders.
29 minutes | Jan 17, 2018
The Conscious Builder
The Conscious Builder is about making conscious decisions. Being aware of how every decision and every action will have an impact on something and someone, somewhere. It’s up to us to make sure that those decisions and actions create a positive, lasting change.
17 minutes | Jan 11, 2018
The indigenous Naso tribe of Panama and Costa Rica, the protectors of the forest and water, are on the brink of extinction, as the modern world is encroaching on their land. Gerry shares what he learned after visiting the Naso tribe last month.
7 minutes | Jan 4, 2018
We need paint, we go to our local home improvement store, we go home, we stink up the house, then we have to dispose of the excess...in this episode, I'll share information about off-the shelf paint, and offer healthier alternatives that are better for the planet.
6 minutes | Dec 14, 2017
Laundry detergents and dryer sheets are harmful to our bodies and the environment. This week, Wendy Washer and Debbie Dryer share their thoughts about laundry!
18 minutes | Dec 5, 2017
What's underneath climate change? Consumerism part of the problem. What will it take for us to change our ways? We can start by being more conscious about how we spend our time and money. On this episode, I spoke with Teddy Ted about consciousness and how it can help save the planet.
24 minutes | Nov 28, 2017
Feeling disconnected is a big challenge in our go-go-go society. In this episode, I spoke with Gerry Lehrberger from the Jackson Wellsprings. We discussed the importance of community and how feeling connected is the key to happiness and saving the planet
5 minutes | Nov 20, 2017
Sustainable Shopping ideas
most of global warming problems are caused by the production of stuff, and although we might be tempted to point fingers at government, big business, or other countries, we really need to look at ourselves in the mirror because we're the ones buying all the stuff being produced over in China and other countries. On this episode, I'll share some data and ideas for what you can do instead of shopping!
13 minutes | Nov 14, 2017
Fashion and the Environment
We shop because we think buying new things will make us happy, fulfilled, or will help us avoid feeling lonely. But it's a never-ending cycle, and it's bad for the planet. Learn why we started wearing clothes in the first place, how clothing became such an important part of society, and alternatives to shopping at the mall.
28 minutes | Nov 6, 2017
Cowhorn Vineyard and Garden
You're probably familiar with organic farming, but what about biodynamic farming? Bill Steele explains the biodynamic farming techniques he uses to grow grape varieties historically associated with the Rhône River wine region of France: Syrah and Grenache for red wine, and Viognier, Marsanne and Roussanne for white wine. The farm, located in southern Oregon, uses all the goodness of organics, plus more. They don’t use anything synthetic, toxic or harmful. Instead they build up the soil with micronutrients, allow beneficial plants to grow between the vine rows, and encourage other creatures to live in and around the vineyard.
22 minutes | Oct 25, 2017
Bramble and Oak Organic Soap
In this episode, I spoke with Renee and Carmen, the mother/daughter team behind Bramble and Oak handmade botanical soap. I learned a lot about how soap is made, and why buying boutique soap is the cleanest path for the environment! Now, let's get bubbly!
21 minutes | Oct 24, 2017
Wizard's Way Flower Farm
We know about organic and non-GMO food, but what about the flowers we put on the table right next to those foods? Many flowers are shipped from far away, use pesticides, and are soaked in preservatives. Learn about local, organic flowers from my guest Carly Waddell form Ashland, OR...make sure you stop and smell the roses!
2 minutes | Oct 24, 2017
Episode Zero: Welcome!
Welcome to Climate Hacks Podcast! This short episode is an introduction to me and why I'm doing this. Climate Change is a big thing to take on. My goal here is to share little things we can do in our lives to make a difference. I hope you learn something! thanks for listening. -Lori
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