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Practical(ly) Zero Waste Podcast

A podcast for making zero waste living as practical as possible.

This Plastic Free July, the Practical(ly) Zero Waste Podcast is partnering with The Green Spectrum to offer Eco Bingo – a weekly game for the month of July that will get us thinking about a few of the many ways to reduce our impact on the planet. 
Follow the link for Rules, Bingo Cards to download and info about cool prizes!

Episodes

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079 • Stay-At-Home Activism

Oh yeah, Climate Crisis. But I can't leave my house! How do I be a climate warrior when I'm overwhelmed with uncertainties and isolation problems? Today I chat with Callee Ackland of the Hippie Haven Podcast about finding the balance in this new and ever-changing time...

078 • A Conscious Closet

It's Fashion Revolution Week which means today we're talking everything from ditching fast fashion, to sourcing ethical, to Who made My Clothes?, to shopping secondhand and much much more to build a Conscious Closet. Today's chat is with the wonderful Emily Stochl of...

077 • Garden Therapy

We all could use a boost of morale, a comfort in these stressful times, and planning and planting a garden is one way to combat any hard feels associated with isolation. Today I chat with Desiree Bandi, founder of 1.5 Degrees Compost here in Peterborough about...

076 • Savouring Resources

Catching rainwater, using solar panels, growing your own food, all of these actions bring us closer to the resources we depend on on a daily basis! Today we talk with Lonny Grafman, instructor at Humboldt State University about rainwater harvesting, setting up...

The fastest growing plants on the planet has an incredible role to play in the process to draw down carbon from the atmosphere and reverse climate change and the Climate Foundation + Intrepid Foundation are making it happen. Today I chat with Amy Bolger and Brian von...

074 • Community Resiliency

There's no right way to feel right now in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, but what we do have as a result of living zero waste is a list of skills that make us more resilient, as well as a community that will support us through it all. This week's episode I had...

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Hi! My name is Elsbeth Callaghan and I am the producer of Practical(ly) Zero Waste, a podcast about making zero waste living as practical as possible. 

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