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The Eco Warrior Princess Podcast explores environmentalism, eco living, ethical fashion and green living. We redefine what it means to live sustainability. Continue Reading >>
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Jen Gale: Author, Podcaster and Founder of Sustainable(ish) Sustainable lifestyle advocate, author and educator Jen Gale of the Sustainable(ish) blog is a self-described "ordinary, knackered mum of two" whose sustainable lifestyle journey began when she led her young family into a year of buying nothing new and started documenting her daily insights in her blog. That year was her "wake up call" and changed not only what she buys, but also how she sees her place in the world. What you will learn in this episode: Why she believes in the power of individual action to save the planet The challenges she faces as an eco-conscious mum raising two children Her advice for people starting their green lifestyle journeys How she finds the time to live sustainably when there is pressure to do more and be more What inspired her to launch Sustainable(ish) Facebook communities Access the show notes here. This podcast show is proudly brought to you by our sponsor Treedom.
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Jen Gale: Author, Podcaster and Founder of Sustainable(ish) Sustainable lifestyle advocate, author and educator Jen Gale of the Sustainable(ish) blog is a self-described "ordinary, knackered mum of two" whose sustainable lifestyle journey began when she led her young family into a year of buying nothing new and started documenting her daily insights in her blog. That year was her "wake up call" and changed not only what she buys, but also how she sees her place in the world. What you will learn in this episode: Why she believes in the power of individual action to save the planet The challenges she faces as an eco-conscious mum raising two children Her advice for people starting their green lifestyle journeys How she finds the time to live sustainably when there is pressure to do more and be more What inspired her to launch Sustainable(ish) Facebook communities Access the show notes here. This podcast show is proudly brought to you by our sponsor Treedom.
Peter Wang Hjemdahl: Co-founder of Social Enterprise, rePurpose Peter Wang Hjemdahl is co-founder of rePurpose, a global movement of conscious consumers and businesses going plastic neutral by empowering marginalized waste workers.  What you will learn in this episode: What inspired Peter Wang Hjemdahl to tackle the plastic waste crisis How rePurpose works with businesses to offset plastic How offsetting plastic usage helps to improve the lives of marginalised workers in developing countries The difference between low value and high value plastics such as PET, HDPE The actions people can take to reduce plastic consumption What rePurpose hopes to achieve long-term Check out the show notes here. This podcast show is proudly brought to you by our sponsor Australian Ethical.
Sascha Camilli: Vilda Magazine, Vegan Fashion and Living Cruelty-Free Sascha Camilli is the founding editor of Vildamagazine.com, the world's first digital publication devoted to vegan fashion. Her first book 'Vegan Style' is out now in the UK and Australia.  What you will learn in this episode: What inspired Sascha Camilli to launch the world's first digital vegan magazine Vilda Magazine Why the vegan movement has grown and developed over the last decade The sustainability benefits of embracing a plant-based lifestyle How to build a cruelty-free wardrobe The animal leather alternatives people should look out for Why she wrote 'Vegan Style' and what she hopes to achieve by publishing it Some of the innovations and forward-thinking companies in the vegan fashion industry. Check out the show notes here.
Galahad Clark: Shoespiracy, Sustainability and Going Vivobarefoot Galahad Clark is the co-founder of VIVOBAREFOOT, a sustainable footwear brand that specialises in creating footwear that are shaped for the foot. As a seventh generation Clark of the Clarks shoe dynasty, Galahad is known to be a bit of a black sheep in his family—as he founded VIVOBAREFOOT on the premise that traditional shoes are ‘killing’ people’s feet. Starting the business as a passion project, it has become a global footwear brand harnessing innovation and science, incorporating materials made from algae and plastic bottles, to using vegan materials, sustainability is at the core of VIVO’s mission. What you will learn: 'Shoespiracy' and why 'barefoot' shoes are better for you The benefits of going barefoot The true cost of wearing conventional footwear How VIVOBAREFOOT is embracing sustainable practices and technology How the brand is embracing fashion circularity You can support the Eco Warrior Princess Podcast at ecowarriorprincess.net/support
Jackie Ruddock: Entrepreneurship, Ethical Fashion and The Social Outfit Jackie Ruddock is a changemaker, founder and CEO of The Social Outfit, an Australian ethical fashion brand and social enterprise making a difference in the lives of refugees and new migrants. If you’re keen to use fashion as a force for good, or just want to learn from a kick-ass female founder, you can’t miss this episode. Jackie is full of wisdom and advice, gained from years in the social justice and social entrepreneurship space. We're confident you'll be inspired to live a more purposeful life after hearing her story. What you will learn: What makes this fashion label different from the rest How fashion can help to promote the ideas of inclusivity and diversity How this social business measures positive social impacts Why their partnership with ING Dreamstarter has been crucial to the charity's success Advice and tips for social entrepreneurs looking to make a difference in the world Love our work? You can also support the Eco Warrior Princess Podcast at ecowarriorprincess.net/support
Introducing the Eco Warrior Princess Podcast In the debut episode of the Eco Warrior Princess Podcast, founder Jennifer Nini explains why she's launching the podcast almost 8 years after founding her blog-turned-media brand, Eco Warrior Princess. She shares her personal story, why she founded the brand, why she left the city for the country and what she hopes to achieve from this communication medium.
Tom Dawkins: Social Enterprise, Crowdfunding and Starting Some Good He is a changemaker, a serial entrepreneur and an optimist. His name is Tom Dawkins and he is the co-Founder and CEO of StartSomeGood.com, a global crowdfunding platform for social enterprises, non-profits and community projects with the highest project success rate in the crowdfunding industry. If you're itching to start some good and have an idea that you think will help to change the world, you can't miss this episode. Tom squeezes in lots of wisdom and advice, gained from years in social entrepreneurship and leading big teams, and his lessons will help to fast-track your entrepreneurial journey. What you will learn: The definition of a social enterprise - what it is and what it isn't Why social media is instrumental in communicating your social cause Why most crowdfunding campaigns fail How to successfully launch a crowdfunding campaign Why StartSomeGood has the highest success rate in the crowdfunding industry Why not all positive social impacts can be measured Why the goal isn't to teach a man to fish, it's to restructure the entire fishing industry Why Australia has the highest number of B-Corp organisations per capita Why interested individuals and social entrepreneurs should register for StartSomeGood's Social Enterprise Virtual Summit - it's FREE! You can support the Eco Warrior Princess Podcast at ecowarriorprincess.net/support