The Everyday Activist Podcast is founded under the belief that anyone can be an activist. While exploring topics of intersectional sustainability, climate justice, and regenerative living, the aim is to share the stories of inspiring individuals to empower others to similarly become catalysts for change.
16. Carbon Offsets, Green Colonialism, and Using AI to Tackle the Climate Crisis // Joycelyn Longdon (@climateincolour)
Joycelyn Longdon is the founder of Climate In Colour, an online education platform and community for the climate curious. It stands at the intersection of climate science, social justice, making climate conversations more accessible and diverse. She is...
15. Social Entrepreneurship: Transforming Bread Into Sustainable Beer // Anushka Purohit (BREER)
Anushka Purohit is the CEO of Breer, a food up-cycling start-up that aims to address the prominent problem of bread waste in Hong Kong. She is also a third-year engineering student at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology with interests...
[SEASON FINALE] 14. Regenerative Activism, Indigenous Teachings, and Unpacking The Green New Deal // Holly Rose (@hollyrose.eco)
Holly Rose is a writer, Kiss The Ground soil advocate, and intersectional environmentalist who aims to amplify education on regenerative equity through storytelling. Her writing is crafted with the intention of marrying traditional ecological knowledge...
13. How to Achieve a Just Transition and Maintain Momentum Post-COVID // John Paul Jose
John Paul Jose is an environmental and climate activist based in Kerala, India. From running plantation drives to collaborating with Greenpeace, to being a Global Peace Ambassador, John has been recognised by Rainforest Alliance as one of “5 Youth...
12. Interconnected oppression, Food Justice, and Collective Liberation // Iye Bako (@iye.loves.life)
Iye Bako, also known as @iye.loves.life on Instagram, is an educator originally from Nigeria, but currently based in the United States. As a strong advocate for racial equity and animal rights and a firm believer that knowledge is power, she uses her...
11. Overcoming Menstrual Taboos to Achieve Gender Equality and Sustainable Development // Surabhee Arjunwa and Sayuri Deokar (The Project Amara)
Surabhee and Sayuri are co-founders of The Project Amara, a youth-led organisation based in Pune, India working to make menstruation more sustainable for menstruating bodies and the environment. After learning about the hazards caused by sanitary...
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