28 episodes

A podcast all about sustainability and wellbeing. Each week I will be speaking to business owners, experts, change-makers and activist about all things sustainability and wellbeing. Sharing with you some great insight and tips as well as raising awareness for different issues.
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    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 9 Ratings

A podcast all about sustainability and wellbeing. Each week I will be speaking to business owners, experts, change-makers and activist about all things sustainability and wellbeing. Sharing with you some great insight and tips as well as raising awareness for different issues.
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    #S2 E14: Tabara N'Diaye, La Basketry

    #S2 E14: Tabara N'Diaye, La Basketry

    Final Episode of season 2! This week I am joined by Tabara N'Diaye, founder of La Basketry. We are chatting about the tradition of basket weaving from Senegal, running La Basketry and why slow crafting is good for our wellbeing.
    A trip to a Senegalese village inspired Tabara N'Diaye to launch La Basketry, an online boutique offering a range of handwoven homeware and accessories made in collaboration with female artisans in Senegal. Tabara also hosts weaving workshops and is the author of stunning coffee table book ‘Baskets’.
    I hope you enjoyed the episode. You can find out more about Tabara and La Basketry by checking out her website here or by following her on instagram.
    You can find out more about your host Agnes LDN by visiting our website or checking out our instagram page.
    Thank you for your support for this season, the podcast will be back next year with another season.

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    • 45 min
    #S2 E13: Stephanie Todd, Sustainability Manager

    #S2 E13: Stephanie Todd, Sustainability Manager

    This week I am chatting to Stephanie Todd. Steph works as a Sustainability manager for a university and she also uses her online platform Sustainable Stephanie to connect and engage more people with conversations around sustainable living.
    In this episode we cover a wide range of topics from HS2, Biodiversity loss, environmental impact of businesses and actions we can take as individuals.
    I hope you enjoyed the episode. You can find out more about Steph by checking out her website here or by following her on instagram.
    You can find out more about your host Agnes LDN by visiting our website or checking out our instagram page.

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    • 44 min
    #S2 E12: Charlotte Williams, SevenSix Agency

    #S2 E12: Charlotte Williams, SevenSix Agency

    This week I am chatting to Charlotte Williams, founder of diversity focused social media influencer marketing agency, SevenSix. We're chatting all about the diversity within marketing, advice for brands and Charlottes experience of running SevenSix.
    Charlotte Williams is the founder of SevenSix Agency, the diversity-focused social media influencer marketing agency. Charlotte started her career working as a marketing and digital specialist for several companies including cult beauty brand WAH Nails and Sanrio, where she managed the Hello Kitty brand, rolling out marketing campaign partnerships with brands such as ASOS, Topshop, Primark and H&M. Charlotte is also an influencer in her own right and has her own podcast which focuses on sustainability.
    I hope you enjoyed the episode. You can find out more about Charlotte and SevenSix by checking out their website here or by following them on instagram.
    You can find out more about your host Agnes LDN by visiting our website or checking out our instagram page.

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    • 45 min
    #S2 E11: Rachel Fortune, Sustainable Lifestyle Awards

    #S2 E11: Rachel Fortune, Sustainable Lifestyle Awards

    This week I'm chatting to Rachel Fortune, founder & CEO, Sustainable Lifestyle Awards.
    Rachel founded the Sustainable Lifestyle Awards in 2019 to address concerns surrounding the ethics and sustainability of the supply chain, as well as the perceived misconceptions around sustainably-made goods – a widely held believe that quality and aesthetics are somehow compromised for the sake of being ‘virtuous’.
    Backed by some of the most formidable names in fashion and retail the programme has become the definitive award of its kind to verify and celebrate brands that hold both style and substance in equal measure. Its very existence is to champion daily change. 
    I hope you enjoyed the episode. You can find out more about Rachel and the SLA's by checking out their website here or by following them on instagram.
    You can find out more about your host Agnes LDN by visiting our website or checking out our instagram page.

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    • 44 min
    #S2 E10: Eve Kekeh, Bundlee

    #S2 E10: Eve Kekeh, Bundlee

    This week I am chatting to Eve Kakah, founder of baby renting clothing rental service, Bundlee. We're chatting all about the rental industry, baby clothing and how baby rental has been affected by the lockdown.
    Eve Kekeh is the founder of Bundlee, the UK’s first baby clothing rental service. As the eldest sister in her family, Eve experienced the problem that many new parents face: babies grow, but their clothes do not. Babies outgrow 7 clothing sizes in their first 2 years. Eve set about to tackle the baby clothing waste problem, using circular economy principles to start Bundlee in 2018. Since then, Bundlee has saved thousands of garments from landfill and over 30,000kg of carbon. This year she was honoured as one of Forbes 30 Under 30 Social Entrepreneurs.
    Eve has kindly offered our listeners their first months rental for free using the code: AGNES
    I hope you enjoyed the episode. You can find out more about Eve and Bundlee by checking out their website here or by following them on instagram.
    You can find out more about your host Agnes LDN by visiting our website or checking out our instagram page.

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    • 35 min
    #S2 E9: Chloë Stewart, Nibs Etc

    #S2 E9: Chloë Stewart, Nibs Etc

    This weeks focus is on food waste, I'm chatting to founder of Nibs Etc, Chloë Stewart. Chloë saw the amount of juice pulp going to waste while she was working at a street food market and was inspired.
    nibs etc. is about making delicious, and nourishing sustainable snacks out of ingredients that would normally be thrown away, to fight food waste, and enable customers to reduce their carbon footprint in so doing.
    Their first product is a delicious, high fibre, not too sweet, easily snack-able granola, made with fruit and vegetable juice pulp. They work with juice bars around London to collect their 'waste' pulp, which is packed with flavour and fibre, and upcycle it into sustainable snacks.
    We're chatting about how to think differently about your food waste, the challenges of starting a food business and how Nibs Etc has been affected by the pandemic.
    I hope you enjoy the episode. You can find out more about Chloë and Nibs Etc by checking out their website here or by following them on instagram.
    You can find out more about your host Agnes LDN by visiting our website or checking out our instagram page.

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    • 38 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

eskay10 ,

Insightful for sustainability

Each podcast is really fascinating and it’s so interesting to hear from people with different insights and things to offer the creative world of sustainability. The conversation leaves me thinking about more things I can do, and it’s empowering to hear from people who have built small business from their passions.

Tash2221 ,

Love the Sustainability and Business Focus

Love this podcast. Great insight, interesting and important conversation. So great to hear from people who have started from the ground up creating a sustainable business/lifestyle.

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