Little Green Pod is for busy people, like you, who know they could do more to help save the world. Join host, and exhausted mum-of-two, Fi Poole, on her quest to find quick and easy ways to live a little greener.
36 | Maybe, baby?
Should you be breeding if you care about climate change? Climate scientist Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick weighs in, while wondering whether to have a third child.
35 | First aid to cure sick people and the planet
How green are your drugs? Fi talks medicine and first aid supplies with Grace Wong from Pharmacists for the Environment. Plus winter wellness recipes from a Sydney picklery.
34 | Bush to Brazil — making hairy decisions to suit you
Waxing, threading, shaving, sugaring, laser and electrolysis. Fi asks cosmetic chemist Amanda Foxon-Hill for help to figure out the greenest way to de-fuzz.
33 | Driven to change
Fi can’t afford an electric car, or a hybrid, so she visits her mechanic for tips to make her trusty old petrol guzzler a little eco-friendlier.
INTRODUCING The Pineapple Project
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I listened to all the episodes within 3 days! I absolutely loved it. Worth a listen to anyone interested in low waste/sustainability
Why are all of you gloating of your children on a podcast which warns us not to have children?
Furthermore, why do you promote not having children, while having yours read the credits?
Love kids too, but please don’t let them tolerate hypocrisy.
It’s not empowering, nor is teaching them to be victims. That’s your issue, not theirs.
Quick & fun with easy & helpful tips
I loved this series. It felt very relatable following Fi & her family on a journey to help the earth be a better place. The experts were interesting & the information was easy to follow. Thanks for your time, research & making a change yourself, not just telling others how to do it. You’ve helped me on my sustainability journey too!