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Archive for May 2019

073: The power is yours

Leesa Carter Jones

“The power is yours” – Captain Planet. If you remember this slogan then you might have seen Captain Planet before. It was, therefore, such a great honour to have Leesa Carter-Jones on the podcast. Leesa is the President & CEO of Captain Planet Foundation. She has helped the organization successfully launch Project Learning Garden, the Institute for…


072: How we would be able to help woman out of poverty?

Dr Martin Blake

Did you know women, on average, earn less than men in nearly every single occupation for which there is sufficient earnings data for both men and women to calculate an earnings ratio? We are still finding many people living in poverty earning below USD 1.90 per day. Many companies are striving to do their part…

071: How Tribe is leading the way, ethically and sustainably

Jo England

Did you know that only 13% of the world’s cotton is produced sustainably?  When we look at furniture it is often hard to find a company that produce ethically and sustainable products.  I was able to catch up with the founder and designer at Tribe, Jo England where we talked about why it is important to…

070: Why it is important for companies to be transparent on their sustainability

Badar Farooq

Did you know that 100 companies have been the source of more than 70% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions since 1988?   Our guest today is the founder of Sustainimate. Where he tries to increase transparency on corporate sustainability.  Crazy birds, without any further ado, I would like to welcome, Badar Farooq.  Where can people find Badar Farooq?  Instagram LinkedIn Twitter …

069: How Team Angel Wolf’s determination have inspired others

Team Angel Wolf Family

Our guest today is an inspirational woman and the glue that holds Team Angel Wolf together. Her son Rio was diagnosed with 1q44 deletion denovo syndrome, which causes him many disabilities but this has not stopped Rio from inclusive racing as part of #TeamAngelWolf in the last 4 years. Rio has now covered 5,820 kilometres…