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The Green Junkie podcast is a show that explores sustainable and green living in a simple way. Stephanie Moram, the Good Girl Gone Green, will be lighting up the airwaves every week giving you simple tips and tricks to live a little more green in a way that fits within your budget and lifestyle. Here at Green Junkie, we believe everyone can contribute to taking care of our planet, without making a ton of huge sacrifices and we are here to show you how. If you’re looking for easy ways to live a greener lifestyle and feel empowered to live a little more green on YOUR terms - this is the podcast for you.

Green Junkie Stephanie Moram

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The Green Junkie podcast is a show that explores sustainable and green living in a simple way. Stephanie Moram, the Good Girl Gone Green, will be lighting up the airwaves every week giving you simple tips and tricks to live a little more green in a way that fits within your budget and lifestyle. Here at Green Junkie, we believe everyone can contribute to taking care of our planet, without making a ton of huge sacrifices and we are here to show you how. If you’re looking for easy ways to live a greener lifestyle and feel empowered to live a little more green on YOUR terms - this is the podcast for you.

    49. Conscious and Community Living With Arti Jalan

    49. Conscious and Community Living With Arti Jalan

    Hey, Green Junkie!
    The beautiful Arti Jalan is here, and we are excited to welcome you into our beautiful conversation about radical reciprocity. Fancy word, but it is infused with the most loving and kind message for you, the planet and your community. 
    We are talking about how self-care is community care and how we need to start looking at sustainability in a deeper and more human light to really be able to take care of our planet and our communities. 
    I am absolutely obsessed with this conversation and hope you love this episode. 
    You won’t want to miss this episode where we discuss, 
    What is radical reciprocity?How conscious living can change the earth and our communitiesThe importance of keeping things localThe importance of being ‘we’ centred when it comes to sustainabilityCreative ways to connect with your communityYou’ll discover that and so much more in this episode.
    If you love this podcast be sure to leave a review and share a screenshot of this episode to your IG stories. Tag @thisisstephaniemoram so I can shout you out and publicly say thanks. 
    Thanks for listening and being here.
    Your green bestie,
    Xoxo Stephanie

    Hang With Arti:
    https://forageandsustain.com
    https://www.instagram.com/forageandsustain/
    https://www.facebook.com/forageandsustain
    Previous Episodes Mentioned:
    #41. Slow and Easy Living With Emily Padan
    #40. Teaching Kids How to Adopt a Green Lifestyle With Kayla Powell
    #38. Sustainable Fashion A-Z With Karly Hiser
    Snag 1 on 1 Sustainability Consulting with Stephanie
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    Produced by: Alecia Harris
    Music By: Liz Fohle

    • 26 min
    48. Taking Care of the Planet and the People With Devon Nelson and Maithreyi Ramdas

    48. Taking Care of the Planet and the People With Devon Nelson and Maithreyi Ramdas

    Hey, Green Junkie!
    I have dedicated the past several years educating others about sustainability and using sustainable practices in my everyday life.  
    And I hope that you have been inspired by my actions and my passion for making changes in your own life and those around you. 
    But today, I wanted to take this conversation one step further because while we have to take care of our planet, we also have to take care of people. 
    Because green living is about both - people AND the planet. 
    So today, I’m bringing on two amazing women, Devon and Maithreyi, who are changing the way we shop for products and support brands by helping us be not just sustainable with our products but also support human rights and the people who work tirelessly to create those things that we put into our shopping cart. 
    You won’t want to miss this episode where we discuss, 
    What is fair trade fashion, and why is it importantThe secret inhumane practices in the fast fashion industryThe importance of sustainable business models which include both planet AND peopleHow certifications can help you be a more conscious consumerHow to know if what you’re buying is fair trade and sustainableYou’ll discover that and so much more in this episode.
    If you love this podcast be sure to leave a review and share a screenshot of this episode to your IG stories. Tag @thisisstephaniemoram so I can shout you out and publicly say thanks. 
    Thanks for listening and being here.
    Your green bestie,
    Xoxo Stephanie


    Hang With Devon & Maithreyi 
    www.peopleheartplanet.com
    https://www.instagram.com/peopleheartplanet/
    https://www.facebook.com/peopleheartplanet
    https://www.linkedin.com/company/peopleheartplanet/

    Previous Episodes Mentioned:
    #38. Sustainable Fashion A-Z With Karly Hiser
    #33. Creating Sustainable Businesses with Sara Miltenberger
    #30: Changing the Fashion Game with Camille Lee
    #23. Closet Cleanout


    Snag 1 on 1 Sustainability Consulting with Stephanie
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    Produced by: Alecia Harris
    Music By: Liz Fohle

    • 33 min
    47. Representation in the Sustainability & Environmental Space With Ariel Green

    47. Representation in the Sustainability & Environmental Space With Ariel Green

    Hey, Green Junkie!
    Representation matters, period. And it’s so important for me to have conversations that bring this important subject to the forefront of our minds. 
    Sustainability needs to be a 360 approach that includes ALL voices from all backgrounds and walks of life. Because we can’t care for our planet if we don’t care for ALL the humans inhabiting it. 
    In this episode, I am speaking to Ariel Green (aka the sustainable brown girl) about representation and inclusivity in the sustainability movement. 
    You won’t want to miss this episode where we discuss, 
    The importance of giving indigenous and people of colour voices in our communitiesWhy representation is all of our responsibilityHow to be more inclusive in your community Who you should be following on the ‘gram to learn more about sustainability practicesYou’ll discover that and so much more in this episode.
    If you love this podcast be sure to leave a review and share a screenshot of this episode to your IG stories. Tag @thisisstephaniemoram so I can shout you out and publicly say thanks. 
    Thanks for listening and being here.
    Your green bestie,
    Xoxo Stephanie
    Hang With Ariel
    https://www.sustainablebrowngirl.com/
    https://www.instagram.com/sustainablebrowngirl/
    https://www.sustainablebrowngirl.com/podcast
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMTYdJ87UUbMxgkx_WwNzag
    https://www.instagram.com/naturally_mermaid/
    https://www.youtube.com/c/NaturallyMermaid
    Previous Episodes Mentioned:
    #39. Easy Cloth Diapering…Without the Stress With Lacie Wever
    #31. What’s Really Hiding in Your Home with Loni Brown
    #30: Changing the Fashion Game with Camille Lee
    #28. Environmental Justice and Veganism with Isaias Hernandez
    Snag 1 on 1 Sustainability Consulting with Stephanie
    Follow me on Instagram
    Follow me on TikTok
    Join me on LinkedIn
    Produced by: Alecia Harris
    Music By: Liz Fohle

    • 28 min
    46. Finding Your Unique Sustainable Fashion Personality With Alex Standley

    46. Finding Your Unique Sustainable Fashion Personality With Alex Standley

    Hey, Green Junkie!
    We’ve talked a lot about sustainable fashion on this podcast. Today, I wanted to take that one step further and dive deeper into finding your own style without overconsumption. 
    I know fashion is a sense of self-expression and is really important to so many of you. So I wanted to bring on a sustainable styling expert, Alex Standley, to help us all learn how to continue to have that unique personality with our clothing without harming the planet.
     You won’t want to miss this episode where we discuss, 
    How can you be confident and sustainable in your fashion choicesThe importance of paying attention to where your clothes are coming fromThings to think about when you’re cleaning out your closetHow to make your current wardrobe more sustainableRemoving the stigma of thrifting your wardrobeYou’ll discover that and so much more in this episode.
    If you love this podcast be sure to leave a review and share a screenshot of this episode to your IG stories. Tag @thisisstephaniemoram so I can shout you out and publicly say thanks. 
    Thanks for listening and being here.
    Your green bestie,
    Xoxo Stephanie

    Hang With Alex:
    www.luxeleopardlifestyle.Co.uk
    www.Instagram.com/luxeleopardlifestyle
    www.Facebook.com/groups/styleconfidencewithluxeleopardlifestyle
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/alex-standley-979aa535
    Previous Episodes Mentioned:
    #38. Sustainable Fashion A-Z With Karly Hiser
    #33. Creating Sustainable Businesses with Sara Miltenberger
    #30: Changing the Fashion Game with Camille Lee
    #23. Closet Cleanout


    Snag 1 on 1 Sustainability Consulting with Stephanie
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    Produced by: Alecia Harris
    Music By: Liz Fohle

    • 28 min
    45. Taking Action and Remaining Optimistic About the Climate With Ariel Maldonado

    45. Taking Action and Remaining Optimistic About the Climate With Ariel Maldonado

    Hey, Green Junkie!
    Have you ever dove down the rabbit hole of climate change and came up for air more depressed and hopeless than you did before you dove in? 
    Sometimes it can feel overwhelming to look at the state of our planet and all the action that needs to be taken to course correct it. It can paralyze us so much that we end up doing nothing and taking zero steps in our journey - because what’s the point? 
    I think we can all relate to this feeling, so today, I brought on Ariel Maldonado to talk to us about climate optimism and how we can take collective climate action to improve the state of our planet. 
    She is a ray of sunshine and a breath of fresh air in this space, and I can’t wait to share her with you.  
    You won’t want to miss this episode where we discuss, 
    How Go Green Save Green came to be.The importance of mixing humour and seriousness when educating on sustainability practices.How to have hard conversations around climate change.What is climate optimism, and why is it important?The importance of collective action?How you can engage in collective action in your community.You’ll discover that and so much more in this episode.
    If you love this podcast, leave a review and share a screenshot of this episode to your IG stories. Tag @thisisstephaniemoram so I can shout you out and publicly say thanks. 
    Thanks for listening and being here.
    Your green bestie,
    Xoxo Stephanie

    Hang With Jessie:
    https://www.instagram.com/gogreensavegreen/
    Previous Episodes Mentioned:
    #28: Environmental Justice and Veganism with Isaias Hernandez
    #27. Eco-Guilt - Just Drop it
    #24. What is Greenwashing?

    Snag 1 on 1 Sustainability Consulting with Stephanie
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    Produced by: Alecia Harris
    Music By: Liz Fohle

    • 33 min
    44. 5 Low Waste Tips for Your Next Party

    44. 5 Low Waste Tips for Your Next Party

    Hey, Green Junkie!
    It’s officially summer, so it’s time for drinks by the pool, trips, and our favourite BBQ parties. 
    Parties can generate huge amounts of waste, so how do we enjoy our favourite summertime activity without harming the environment? 
    In this episode, I’m taking the stress out of your next party by giving you my best five tips for a low-waste party - cause you deserve to enjoy your summer without the guilt. 
    You won’t want to miss this episode where we discuss, 
    How to eliminate single-use plasticware without the hassleClever ways to reduce party food wasteUnique reusable party decoration ideasHow to locally source everything you need for your next partyYou’ll discover that and so much more in this episode.
    If you love this podcast, leave a review and share a screenshot of this episode to your IG stories. Tag @thisisstephaniemoram so I can shout you out and publicly say thanks. 
    Thanks for listening and being here.
    Your green bestie,
    xoxo Stephanie
    Sources:
    https://www.healthiknow.com/article/7-tips-for-hosting-eco-friendly-holiday-party
    https://www.greenqueen.com.hk/10-ways-to-host-an-eco-friendly-christmas-holiday-party-2/
     Previous Episodes Mentioned:
    #19.  23 Ways to Reduce Plastic in 2022
    #8: Recycling plastic: What do those numbers mean?
    #2. 5 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Waste

    Snag 1 on 1 Sustainability Consulting with Stephanie
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    Produced by: Alecia Harris
    Music By: Liz Fohle

    • 15 min

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A real pro!

Stephanie is the real deal and knows her stuff. I’ve been in the packaging industry for 24 years and she knows how to make a difference!!

BeTheGoodwithKate ,

So many great, ready to implement tips!

Thanks for making green living ‘not complicated’! Looking forward to more episodes.

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Great actionable tips to make small changes that add up!

Love how knowledgeable Stephanie is! Her green journey is def an inspiration that our family can do our part one sustainable change at a time.

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