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MAMA EARTH HAS A VOICE AND IT IS US CRAZY BIRDS.

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Josh Howard

114: Single Use Ain’t Sexy with Josh Howard

In this episode, we talk to Josh Howard. He is the CEO and founder of Single Use Ain’t Sexy. A company that combines the…

Lindsay Miles Less Waste No Fuss Kitchen Rabble Bookstore

113: How to Tread Your Own Path with Lindsay Miles

In this episode, we talk to Lindsay Miles. She is a Zero Waste, Plastic-Free and sustainability educator, advisor and public…

112: The Inspired Little Pot with Krissy Ballinger

In this episode, we talk to Krissy Ballinger. She is the founder of The Inspired Little Pot. She is also the author…

111: How you can suck responsibly with a Final Straw with Emma Rose Cohen

In this episode, we talk to Emma Rose Cohen. She studied Environmental Management and Sustainability at Harvard and spent four years working…

110: How following a frog can make a difference with Rainforest Alliance’s Melanie Mokken

In this episode, we talk to, Melanie Mokken. She is the Market Development Manager for Rainforest Alliance for the Australian and…

Tim McCollum

109: Chocolate that is Beyond Good with Tim McCollum

In this episode, we talk to Tim McCollum. He is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Beyond Good, a…

Lindsey McCoy

108: How one bottle of shampoo is making a difference with Lindsey McCoy

In this episode, we talk to, Lindsey McCoy. She has worked in the non-profit sector for 20 years. From 2005 – 2015…

Anne-Marie Bonneau

107: How a zero-waste chef turns waste into amazing food with Anne-Marie Bonneau

In this episode, we talk to, Anne-Marie Bonneau. She is a zero-waste advocate, that has been living plastic-free since 2011. She is…

Emy Kane

106: How Lonely Whale is spreading ripples for our oceans with Emy Kane

In this episode, we talk to, Emy Kane. She is the Director of Digital Strategy at Lonely Whale and Program…

Rob Greenfield

105: How one dude is making a difference with Rob Greenfield

In this episode, we talk to, Rob Greenfield. He is an activist and humanitarian dedicated to leading the way to…

Anup Chandran

104: How your yoga mat can make a difference with Anup Chandran

In this episode, we talk to, Anup Chandran. He is a product manager with an 18-year history of software development. He is…

103: What is the true cost of your fashion with Taryn Hipwell

In this episode, we talk to, Taryn Hipwell. She is a creator, educator, author and producer. She is also the founder…

Tighe Brown

102: How Big Green is bringing the focus on food back to schools with Tighe Brown

In this episode, we talk to, Tighe Brown. She is the President of Big Green and has helped to create, build and…

Mariska Nell

101: We Made It to 2020 with Mariska Nell

In today’s episode, we look back at the last 100 episodes and discuss me moving to Brisbane and I give…

Marina DeBris

100: How An Artivist Is Raising Awareness On Pollution with Marina DeBris

In today’s episode, we talk to, Marina DeBris. She is an artivist on a mission to eliminate waste and cruelty to…

099: How A Plastic Ocean Is Changing our Habits with Jo Ruxton

In today’s episode, we talk to, Jo Ruxton. She is the founder and director at Plastic Oceans UK, producer and ambassador…

098: How A Professional Surfer Is Making A Wave of Change with Frank Solomon

In today’s episode, we talk to, Frank Solomon. He is a professional surfer and the founder of ‘The Sentinel Ocean Alliance‘ and have also created…

097: How one journalist is making a difference with Candice Batista

In today’s episode, we talk to, Candice Batista. She is an Award-Winning Environmental Journalist, Writer, Speaker, Educator. She’s also one a of few select…

Araceli

096: How we can shop more sustainable for clothing with Araceli Gallego

 In today’s episode, we talk to, Araceli Gallego. She is an Entrepreneur & Storyteller with a passion for fashion, creativity, and sustainability. She…

Tatiana Abella

095: How we can drop our plastic habits with Tatiana Antonelli Abella

In today’s episode, we talk to Tatiana Antonelli Abella. She is the Founder and Managing Director of Goumbook,  a Social Enterprise dedicated…

Tanya Daud

094: How a a theater-based collective is driving change with Tanya Daud

In today’s episode, we talk to Tanya Daud. She is the founder and CEO of Qissa’Go, a theatre-based collective, which focusses on…

Isabel Aagaard

093: The Last Swab that you would ever need with Isabel Aagaard

In today’s episode, we talk to, Isabel Aagaard. She is the co-founder of LastSwab, a dedicated Danish company creating sustainable alternatives to single-use items.…

Anne Aittomaki

092: How Plastic Change is making a change with Anne Aittomaki

In today’s episode, we talk to, Anne Aittomaki. She is the is Strategic Director and CSO at Plastic Change, a Danish environmental NGO and fighting hard to break…

091:How we can be more aware this pink October Lina Al-Sharif

In today’s episode, we talk to, Lina Al-Sharif. She is the founder of Hooking Good and is currently going through her second time…

090: How one tree planted can make a difference with Matt Hill

In today’s episode, we talk to, Matt Hill. The founder and CEO of One Tree Planted a Vermont-based non-profit that is making…

089: How 5 Gyres is helping people kick the single-use habit with Dr Marcus Eriksen

In today’s episode, we talk to  Dr Marcus Eriksen. He is an environmental scientist, educator and author committed to building stronger communities through…

088: How the first Arab woman summit Everest from the North with Dolores Al Shelleh

In today’s episode, we talk to, Dolores Al Shelleh. She is the first Jordanian woman to summit Everest as well as…

Mariska Nell

087: What you do makes a difference with Mariska Nell

We often think what we do does not matter. This week I got a few interesting questions from you crazy…

Jay Siegel

086: How sustainable passion project can turn into business ventures with Jay Siegel

In today’s episode, we talk to, Jay Siegel. The podcast host of Sustainability Defined and the founder of Ground Up Impact that…

Leif Cocks

085: How Palm Oil is destroying our Orangutans with Leif Cocks

In today’s episode, we talk Author, Speaker and the founder and president of the Orangutan Project, Leif Cocks. He and his…

Dr Bruce Bekkar

084: How is climate change affecting our health with Dr Bruce Bekkar

In today’s’ episode we will be talking to Dr Bruce Bekkar. He is an M.D with over 20 years of experience. He is also a speaker…

Kevin Gelsi

083: How Nudie Jeans is making your jeans more sustainable with Kevin Gelsi

In today’s’ episode we will be talking to the Sustainability Coordinator at Nudie Jean’s head office, Kevin Gelsi. He has been in the denim business since…

Scott Wilson

082: How to downsize without downgrading with Scott Wilson

In today’s’ episode we will be talking to the Design Director and Co-Founder of ZeroSquared, Scott Wilson. Scott and his team…

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?  …

Team Angel Wolf Family

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

Our guest today is an inspirational woman and the glue that holds Team Angel Wolf together. Her son Rio was…

Claude Silver

068: How to build a socially sustainable organisation and scale with Claude Silver

In this week’s episode of Mama Earth Talk, I talk to Claude Silver, Chief Heart Officer at Vayner Media to…

Vanessa Woodthorpe Wright

067: How you can go plastic free on your period with Vanessa Woodthorpe Wright

Did you know the average woman uses 17,000 tampons or pads in her lifetime? Each disposable menstrual pad uses the…

Arabella Willing

066: How you can help save our turtles with Arabella Willing

Did you know that sea turtles have a 50 per cent higher chance of mortality once they’ve ingested 14 pieces…

Ryan Ingram

065: Why Should We Not Waste Our Food with Ryan Ingram

Did you know that 1/3 of the food is wasted every year? This is 1 Trillion dollars worth of food…