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Tomi Hartmann

081: Why purchasing better quality furniture is more sustainable with Tomi Hartmann

In today’s’ episode we will be talking to the general manager of Fritz Kohl Middle East, Tomi Hartmann.  Fritz Kohl is one of…

Colette Barr

080: Why we all need Eco-Heroes with Colette Barr

In today’s’ episode we will be talking to the founder of Save Our World and Author of The Eco-heroes environmental…

Adrienne

079: Why cleaning with chemicals is bad for your health with Adrienne Doolan

Did you know that 1 out of every 3 chemical cleaning products contains ingredients known to cause human health or…

Rebecca Price-Ruiz

078: How you can change your habits this Plastic Free July with Rebecca Prince-Ruiz

Did you know that the most plastics that have been found in one single bird’s stomach was 274 fragments of…

Gus

077: Why companies should plan ahead with EY’s Gus Schellekens

Did you know that long term business planning helps business leaders to think differently about the company’s direction? It can also help…

The last straw project

076: Why Single-use plastic bans are important with Mariska Nell

In the last week, we had some great news regarding the ban of single-use items. Therfore in today’s episode, I would…

Shirely Conlon

075: Why what you are putting on your skin matters with Shirley Conlon

Did you know shampoo, lotion, and deodorant often contain a chemical that can cause as much damage to the environment…

Tom Outerbridge

074: How recycling can help out Mama Earth with Tom Outerbridge

Did you know that 90.5% of the world’s plastic waste has never been recycled? It is not only the plastic waste that…

Leesa Carter Jones

073: The power is yours with Leesa Carter-Jones

“The power is yours” – Captain Planet. If you remember this slogan then you might have seen Captain Planet before.…

Dr Martin Blake

072: How we would be able to help woman out of poverty with Dr Martin Blake

Did you know women, on average, earn less than men in nearly every single occupation for which there is sufficient…

Jo England

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

Did you know that only 13% of the world’s cotton is produced sustainably?  When we look at furniture it is…

Badar Farooq

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

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