Plastic pollution, deforestation, global warming. Sometimes it seems like there is nothing we can do about our environmental crisis, but at the OATHE Project (One Act At a Time to Help the Earth), we believe that small acts, when done collectively, can have a massive impact. Join us bi-weekly on Thursdays to hear stories of how folks just like you are committing to one act at a time to help the earth.
Wholesome by Kevin MacLeod
One Merge at a Time Ep. 24 Ft Rik Logtenberg from EarthNet and Tara Mathers & Shitangshu Roy from The OATHE Project
If you've been following us on social media @taketheoathe, you will have noticed that we were teasing a special announcement leading up to Earth Day. On Earth Day, we share this announcement through an Instagram Live episode - now available through our regular podcast. Take a listen to this week's episode to hear our special announcement, meet exciting new partners, and hear an important conversation about gaps in climate action and how we are working to close these gaps.
Visit EarthNet at www.earthnet.world and get involved in the climate movement!
One Tree at a Time Ep. 23 Ft Felix Finkbeiner with Plant-for-the-Planet
ONE TREE AT A TIME
In episode 23 of One Act a Time, we were joined by Felix Finkbeiner a German environmentalist and the founder of @plantfortheplanet_official. Joins us in wishing a happy 15th birthday to Plant-for-the-Planet! Thank you for celebrating with us on our podcast and sharing more about your history and evolution as you sell carbon neutral chocolate and support local tree planting to restore one trillion trees across the planet.
You can find them on:
Instagram : @plantfortheplanet_official
One Nature Lesson at a Time Ep. 22 Ft Erica Ellis with Environmental Youth Alliance
🌳 📚 Environmental education welcomes nature itself as the teacher as people engage with the great outdoors, learn about the natural environment, and gain a broad range of health benefits. Tune in into this week's episode of One Act at a Time: Stories of Change and listen as Erica Ellis discusses nature education, decolonizing the education system, and breaking down barriers to nature education.If you're wanting to learn more about Erica's work, you can shoot her a quick email at erica@EYA.Ca or follow @enviroyouthalliance on insta and EnviroYA on Facebook and Twitter! .From all of us at the OATHE we hope you have an amazing day!🔗If you're wanting to learn more about Erica's work, you can shoot her a quick email at erica@EYA.Ca or follow @enviroyouthalliance on insta and EnviroYA on Facebook and Twitter! From all of us at the OATHE we hope you have an amazing day!
🔗If you're wanting to learn more about Erica's work, you can shoot her a quick email at erica@EYA.Ca or follow @enviroyouthalliance on insta and EnviroYA on Facebook and Twitter!
🌍 From all of us at the OATHE we hope you have an amazing day!
One Swimming Lesson at a Time Ep. 21 Ft Cyrielle Noel with Eau-Dacité
Swimming, our connection to water, equity, and environmental sustainability. Check out episode 21 of One Act at a Time: Stories of Change and listen to our intriguing conversation with Cyrielle Noel, founder of Eau-Dacité who is making waves in nature education.
Connect with Cyrielle on LinkedIn or on Instagram @eaudacite.
One Clean Car at a Time Ep. 20 Ft Damani Thomas with Carbon Neutral Initiative
Buckle up as we sit down with Damani Thomas to talk about intersectional environmentalism, cleaner passenger vehicle technology, and how he is taking matters into his own hands to benefit from the "second industrial revolution."
Learn more about Damani's work with Carbon Neutral Initiative in Jamaica by checking out his website www.carbonneutralinitiative.net or connect with him on LinkedIn at Damani Thomas and Instagram @thomasdamani.
One BIPOC Leader At a Time Ep. 19 Ft Kareina D'Souza
This week we have a special guest: Kareina D'Souza 🎉 Tune in to this week's podcast (link in bio) as Kareina talks about the leadership program she created for BIPOC women and her experience and career as a sustainability manager at Dalhousie University.
🔗 If you're interested in learning more about Kareina, check out her LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/kareina-d-souza-she-her-064645b3
Kareina suggests "Unfiltered The Outdoors" for BiPOC folks looking for outdoors micro-grants. Check out https://www.unfiltertheoutdoors.org/application
🌳 From all of us at The OATHE Project, we hope you have an enlightening and positive Black History Month!