10 episodes

We Interview leaders all over the world who teach us about what they are doing to "make some money making the planet better - ECOLONOMICS".

Listen here or join us at The EAT Community to enjoy all of the visuals!

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    • Business

We Interview leaders all over the world who teach us about what they are doing to "make some money making the planet better - ECOLONOMICS".

Listen here or join us at The EAT Community to enjoy all of the visuals!

    Recycle, Reuse, Reduce Series: Wiser Water

    Recycle, Reuse, Reduce Series: Wiser Water

    Wiser Water is more than just water, it represents a movement to eliminate single-use plastic. Jarod Pinto founded Wiser Water with his roommate Alex Torrey at the end of 2018 and has been working to create solutions ever since.

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    • 1 hr 3 min
    Recycle, Reuse, Reduce Series: Team Kind Laundry

    Recycle, Reuse, Reduce Series: Team Kind Laundry

    "Help us eliminate 1 BILLION plastic jugs polluting our planet, every year. Our Big Why? At Kind Laundry, we wake up every morning feeling excited by the impact we can make to our beautiful planet. Our mission is to create a more sustainable future. As consumers, we have the power to change the world by being careful in what we buy and consume. Just imagine, one person opting to purchase a plastic-free item one day, then multiplied by billions of people around the world - that’s a small gesture with MASSIVE impact. This is why we are so passionate about Kind Laundry and the mission it stands for. We want to give people a better alternative and make a positive impact on our planet. Our products are sustainable, contain no harmful chemicals and are much easier to use."  - Bernard & Angie

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    • 1 hr 24 min
    Holistic Agriculture Series: Daniel Griffith, Owner of Timshel Wildland, Author, Emergent Conservationist, Entrepreneur

    Holistic Agriculture Series: Daniel Griffith, Owner of Timshel Wildland, Author, Emergent Conservationist, Entrepreneur

    "We are regenerating our relationship to nature, within nature, so that we can then regenerate our soils, sequester carbon, increase bio-diversity, nourish through nutrient-rich foods, co-create reciprocity, and heal our communities." - Daniel Griffith

    From tech startups to holistically-managed farms to acclaimed books, Daniel strives to foster connection and community via the shared power of language–of story.

    This was such a powerful conversation with our special guest Daniel. Don't miss out on the visuals. Join The EAT Community and get access to it ALL!

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Holistic Agriculture Series: Vane Millon Kuhn, Founder of Behind the Beet

    Holistic Agriculture Series: Vane Millon Kuhn, Founder of Behind the Beet

    “Food sourcing wasn’t a topic of conversation and it wasn't until I moved to Los Angeles that my curiosity was inspired. I learned that not all meals are created equal, even if they appear to be healthy. I realized that I wasn't being mindful of what it means to be healthy and never challenged it; until now....” - Vane

    This was such a fun webinar with our special guest Vane. Don't miss out on the visuals. Join The EAT Community and get access to it ALL!

     

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Holistic Agriculture Series: Annie Brown, Rodale Institute's Director of Development

    Holistic Agriculture Series: Annie Brown, Rodale Institute's Director of Development

    Rodale Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to growing the organic movement through rigorous research, farmer training, and consumer education. Widely recognized as the birthplace of the modern organic movement, Rodale Institute has been the global leader in regenerative organic agriculture for over 70 years. Annie is responsible for raising money from foundations, corporations, and individuals so the Institute may continue its work. Previously the Institute’s West Coast Representative, she joined full time in January 2016. She lives in Boulder, Colorado.

    This was an incredible webinar with our special guest Annie. Don't miss out on the visuals! Join The EAT Community and get access to it ALL!

     

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Holistic Agriculture Series: Abbey Smith, Coordinator at Savory Institute

    Holistic Agriculture Series: Abbey Smith, Coordinator at Savory Institute

    Abbey Smith, Coordinator at Savory Institute, a global movement of regenerative farmers & land managers! She is also the director of the Jefferson Center for Holistic Management. The Jefferson Center is the Savory Network Hub serving Northern California and Nevada as well as farmers and ranchers in Oregon, Washington and Idaho.

    This was a rejuvenating webinar with our special guest Abbey from Savory Institute. A great interview session, followed by a presentation from Abbey. Don't miss out on the visuals! Join The EAT Community and get access to it ALL!

    • 1 hr 2 min

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