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This is the Kind Community Show, where we share and celebrate stories of founders, activists and influencers committed to climate positivity. Here, we demonstrate how collaboration can help make the sustainable, attainable. Kind.Community is a platform to empower us to join together to co-create a sustainable future. Have something to share? We would love to hear from you. Apply via our website. www.kind.community

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This is the Kind Community Show, where we share and celebrate stories of founders, activists and influencers committed to climate positivity. Here, we demonstrate how collaboration can help make the sustainable, attainable. Kind.Community is a platform to empower us to join together to co-create a sustainable future. Have something to share? We would love to hear from you. Apply via our website. www.kind.community

    Sustainability Through The Lenses of Pala Eyewear - John Pritchard founder of Pala Eyewear

    Sustainability Through The Lenses of Pala Eyewear - John Pritchard founder of Pala Eyewear

    On today’s episode we have John Pritchard , the Founder of Pala - an eyewear brand built on keeping our impact on the planet low, and our impact on people high. Pala delivers lasting change, empowerment and opportunity through funding eyecare projects across Africa whilst creating sustainable sunglasses to help you get the best out of the natural world that we call home.

    Launched in Brighton, in 2016, Pala falls nowhere short of being an exemplary sustainable brand that positively impacts people and the planet in which we can all learn and be inspired by. Today, we are going to learn a bit more about John and his journey launching as well as growing Pala and its impact on communities in Africa. 

    For 15% OFF use code KIND15 at checkout on palaeyewear.com
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    • 28 min
    Restructuring the cleanup of plastic - rePurpose Global co-founder Svanika Balasubramanian

    Restructuring the cleanup of plastic - rePurpose Global co-founder Svanika Balasubramanian

    On today’s episode, we have Svanika Balasubramanian, co-founder and CEO of rePurpose Global, the catalyst for purposeful people and companies wishing to manage their plastic footprint, helping to finance the innovators driving change for the future of our planet.

    Today we’ll be getting to know Svanika, her story so far, what rePurpose represents, and how to empower structural evolution to clean up our world.
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    • 37 min
    Raising heroic young leaders for environmental change - Be The Future founders Sally Giblin and Helen Hill

    Raising heroic young leaders for environmental change - Be The Future founders Sally Giblin and Helen Hill

    On today’s episode,we have 2 powerhouse female founders - Sally Giblin and Helen Hill.

    Sally Giblin is an Eco Founder, Climate Reality Leader, and Environmentalist. She’s spreading
    the word about environmental action through writing for media publications such as Climate
    Conscious, Pebble Magazine, and The Grace Tales, and speaking at events such as It’s Time:
    A Festival Of Climate Action. She previously CoFounded Pure Bundle, an award-winning
    startup that was transforming the experience of Re Loving children’s clothing.

    Helen Hill is a self-employed Digital Learning and Content Designer at Unlikely GeniusTM Ltd
    and soon-to-be author. She works as a contractor for eLearning agencies and public and
    private sectors clients in the UK and Europe, with a focus on the environment and
    sustainability, medicine and health, mental health, and personal development. Helen has been
    shortlisted for multiple freelance and business awards, listed on the ‘Top 40 Digital Women to
    Watch’ list and is an award winner for her contributions to industry journal ‘Communicator’.

    Sally and Helen joined forces during the pandemic and founded Be The Future, which inspires
    parents of young children to raise heroic leaders for environmental change, drawing on
    storytelling, behavioural science and positivity.


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    • 38 min
    Going slow to go fast with Jen Rooney founder of The Wellbeing Tortoise

    Going slow to go fast with Jen Rooney founder of The Wellbeing Tortoise

    In this episode, we have Jennifer Rooney, director of The Wellbeing Tortoise - the inclusive platform hosting and providing training sessions, educational talks, and consultancy focused on disability, mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.

    In the episode, we got to know Jennifer and her connection to sustainability, the importance of connecting the gap between sustainability and accessibility,  her top tips on staying mentally healthy,  what The Wellbeing Tortoise is doing to make our work environments more accessible and so much more!  

    A kind reminder that if you need support, anytime, please contact Samaritans at 116 123. 

    We hope you enjoy the episode as much as we did recording it!
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    • 34 min
    Building A Village Based on Human Potential. Dominique Sinagra Founder of The Village Charity

    Building A Village Based on Human Potential. Dominique Sinagra Founder of The Village Charity

    On this incredibly grounding episode, we spoke with Dominique Sinagra, founder of The Village Charity and Journey to the Village, the beginning of what aspires to become a global community built on human potential, hope, and kindness; all modelled off village commonalities. 

    We spoke about the formation of this charity and social enterprise, its relationship to the sustainability of people, the meaning of resilience, some of Dominique’s personal stories as a female founder and so much more!

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    • 40 min
    Bamboo: the future of sustainable clothing? Ryan Shannon, managing director of BAM Bamboo Clothing | Episode 40

    Bamboo: the future of sustainable clothing? Ryan Shannon, managing director of BAM Bamboo Clothing | Episode 40

    On today’s episode, we have Ryan Shannon, managing director at BAM Bamboo Clothing.

    With a vast background in business and marketing, Ryan has pivoted from building his own agency, to leading what he believes could become the most recognisable sustainable activewear brand. Let’s dive in and learn more about BAM, its origins, and Ryan’s own relationship with sustainability.

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    • 35 min

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