An environmental podcast with tips on how to live plastic free!
Host Andrea Fox tackles big ethical issues with her knowledgable guests, all in the hope of overcoming the climate change overwhelm and battling the single-use plastic guilt.
How to save the planet with your trip to the hairdressers!
Find out how to have a sustainable trip to the hairdressers with Fry Taylor from Green Salon Collective, helping hairdressers in the UK and Northern Ireland to reduce waste heading to landfill.
And not just that! Find out the 4 amazing things you can do with waste hair on today’s episode of the Age of Plastic Podcast!
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How to have a sustainable Christmas Tree!
Gift a Tree this Christmas
Use Discount Code AGEOFPLASTIC20 at the checkout to get 20% off your trees before midnight on December 31st 2020.
7 Million Christmas Trees go to Landfill each year in the UK.
Find out all about renting your festive spruce from the Catherine Loveless and John Mearns from London Christmas Tree Rental
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ECO LIFE HACK…
How we can all be activists with Mikaela Loach!
Mikaela Loach is an Edinburgh based climate justice and anti-racism activist. She has written articles for Eco-age, you may have seen her featured in Elle magazine or seen her talking about climate change on BBC news recently. Mikaela along with her co-host Jo Becker host THE YIKES Podcast... delving into some really important and interesting discussions on social justice - oh and she is also studying medicine!
This is a really hopeful discussion of climate activism, what an ACTIVIST actually IS! And how we can all be activists and bring more people into the climate discussion, and keep it inclusive!
Give the Gift of a Tree this Christmas with Treedom
Listen to the YIKES Podcast
Mikaela’s appearance she mentioned on the Friends of the Earth Podcast
Might Delete Later Podcast
Me & White Supremacy Book
ECO LIFE HACK
Meet the DJ championing sustainability; Sam Feldt
On the first episode of new series of the Age of Plastic Podcast, find out how and why DJ Sam Feldt set up his own Sustainable Foundation! Plus the latest on our Podcast Stage at Future Fest!
Tickets for Pebble Magazine’s Virtual FutureFest 7th & 8th Nov - Tickets are £7.50 from
Use code SustainableFuture for 10% off tickets
Give the gift of a tree this Christmas with our sponsors TREEDOM
Find out more about Sam Feldt sustainable Heartfeldt Foundation
Watch back the uplifting live mix from Sam & his band…
Amanda Keetley Plastic Gamechanger
Hear her episode on this podcast here;
Eco Life Hacks
Sign Marcus Rashford’s Petition…
Pumpkin recipes from Hubbub
Get in touch!
Series 3 Round UP & Future Fest!
Join me at Future Fest brought to you by pebble magazine and Treedom and supported by Borough Wines and Karma 7th & 8th Nov (early bird tickets £4 plus VAT & booking fee)
Standard for biodegradable plastic…
Plastic eating enzyme…
The Daily from NYT
The Guilty Feminist Podcast
Lizzie Carr’s Earth Shakers Podcast
Hot Take Podcast
Aja & Lucy Podcast (Patreon content)
The YIKES Podcast
Lucy Siegle’s So Hot Right Now Podcast
The complexity of sustainability in skincare with Bolt Beauty
Today I am chatting to Bolt Beauty founder Lisa Sexton about how she set up the sustainable, carbon neutral skincare company!
We talk about the sustainability aspects of everything from sourcing product, to the innovative packaging, being carbon neutral, the beauty industry selling through fear - a personal bug bear of mine and Lisa's - launching during lockdown and why sometimes, unfortunately plastic is still the best option!
Find out more about Bolt Beauty here;
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A great listen and very informative. Fantastic host with guests who really know their stuff. A must listen if this is a topic which interests you...and even if it’s not!
I’ve only just started the journey to tackle my plastic consumption, and this podcast is an education for me. From learning simple life hacks to connecting with inspiring organisations to help me change my consumer habits. Andrea Fox is entertaining and relatable, and the guest are all admirable for their stance on tackling waste and pollution.
Always looking forward to the next episode!
As a newbie to environmental issues and the zero waste movement this podcast helps me feel positive about the future rather than feeling quite daunted and overwhelmed. Great for ideas and learning about new innovations :)