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A podcast for the dreamers and the revolutionaries who believe in a world and a life driven by passion, purpose and connection. A connection with ourselves, our communities, and of course, our beautiful blue planet. I'm on a mission to learn and share from those who are nourishing the seed of a more conscious, compassionate, and sustainable world.

Big Fight Blue Soul Aliya Siddiqi

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.5 • 2 Ratings

A podcast for the dreamers and the revolutionaries who believe in a world and a life driven by passion, purpose and connection. A connection with ourselves, our communities, and of course, our beautiful blue planet. I'm on a mission to learn and share from those who are nourishing the seed of a more conscious, compassionate, and sustainable world.

    8) Renegade routes + intention with creative director and business-owner Arisa Yoon

    8) Renegade routes + intention with creative director and business-owner Arisa Yoon

    How do you find the intersection between storytelling and beautiful imagery while supporting yourself ($$) and the Earth? Arisa Yoon sits down to share with us her path from her environmental science degree to brand photographer and creative director. With an ethos of “empowering others to care about the planet and themselves,” Arisa aims to create branding strategies that foster a deeper connection to our planet. Though she was not immediately successful, she shares how she stayed focus...

    • 1 hr 13 min
    7) Developing a critical lens: capitalism and conservation with Dr. Simon Foale

    7) Developing a critical lens: capitalism and conservation with Dr. Simon Foale

    On this episode we share the knowledge and work of Dr. Simon Foale, a marine scientist and anthropology professor at James Cook University in Townsville, Australia. Growing up in the Solomon Islands, he always had a love of the ocean, but it was only when he recognized the importance of traditional ecological knowledge that he started wandering into the anthropology realm. We discuss capitalism, neoliberalism, inequality, and the roots of the environmental, social, and political issues we cur...

    • 1 hr 13 min
    [the microdocean] Plastic Free Week 4: Strengthen your voice and microplastics in the ocean with Dr. Marina Santana

    [the microdocean] Plastic Free Week 4: Strengthen your voice and microplastics in the ocean with Dr. Marina Santana

    It’s our final week of a month of refusing single-use plastic and decreasing our reliance on plastics ! Thank you all so much for participating, and I hope you all come back to these episodes whenever you want to take on a challenge to reduce your reliance on plastic. This week we try to Strengthen our Voice: that means educating ourselves about the issue we are trying to combat. This means finding a topic that interests you, and just spending some time this week educating yourself about...

    • 31 min
    [the microdOcean] Plastic Free Week 3: Caring for community and the impact of plastic chemicals on turtle health with Caitlin Smith

    [the microdOcean] Plastic Free Week 3: Caring for community and the impact of plastic chemicals on turtle health with Caitlin Smith

    We are halfway through Plastic Free July and I'm so proud of all of you!! I'm so excited you've been keeping up with these episodes, and I hope you've learned a few things and are eager to expand your plastic awareness beyond yourself this week, because it's all about caring for our community. Additionally we speak to Caitlin Smith, a PhD student at University of Sunshine Coast using biomonitoring tools to study the impacts of chemical exposure and toxicity on turtle health due to plastic ing...

    • 23 min
    [the microdOcean] Plastic Free Week 2: Quick fixes and greenwashing with Krystina Jarvis

    [the microdOcean] Plastic Free Week 2: Quick fixes and greenwashing with Krystina Jarvis

    Welcome back to the second week of Plastic Free July and our new episode series!We hope you're joining us to keep going on your Plastic Free July Journey. In this episode we reflect on last week's tasks, and how it feels to start becoming aware of how much plastic is in our lives. Our topic for this week is about greenwashing, how to break up with Amazon, and how to better critically think about our products with our friend and sustainability homegirl Krystina Jarvis from A Drop in the Ocean ...

    • 31 min
    [the microdOcean] Plastic Free July Week 1: reusables and what the heck is plastic

    [the microdOcean] Plastic Free July Week 1: reusables and what the heck is plastic

    Welcome to the first episode of our new shorter format episode series! The microdOcean aims to communicate information on marine science, species, and sustainability topics. And what better way to start it out than with a month-long challenge, and new microdOcean episodes every week?!Plastic Free July was founded by what is now the Plastic Free Foundation, and aims to challenge participants to spend the most refusing the use of single-use plastics. We hope that by providing you with a bit mor...

    • 19 min

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