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Living sustainably should be easier. Curious about a zero waste lifestyle? Want to know what the “circular economy” or “slow fashion” really means? As the founder of both Brightly.eco and Wildwoven (a sustainable pajama company), eco-expert Laura Alexander Wittig brings you actionable daily sustainability tips in each episode of Good Together. Tune in weekly for bite-sized ways to make a positive impact! For more info, visit https://brightly.eco/podcast
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From the popular blog www.startingsustainability.com we have created a podcast to help you learn the simple ways you can incorporate sustainable practices into your lifestyle. Follow Kaylin along with her triumphs and fails of navigating a sustainable lifestyle. Everyone can do more than re-usable bags and cups. Getting everyone to do an extra few steps towards sustainability will have a greater impact than just one person doing it perfectly. To learn more check out www.startingsustainabilit ...
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The UpCycle Canada Podcast: Your Eco-Friendly Inspiration

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Welcome to UpCycle Canada, the ultimate podcast for eco-conscious individuals seeking sustainable alternatives to combat the ever-growing problem of waste. If you're passionate about finding inspiration to repurpose, reuse, and recycle discarded items, then this podcast is tailor-made for you! Join hosts Dave and Jennifer Campbell as they take you on an exciting journey into the creative world of UpCycling. Through thought-provoking discussions, interviews with experts, and real-life success ...
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Gardening can be an individual experience and personal hobby. For many it is also a shared activity to help nature and communities. In this episode, Ivonne talks to exhibitors at RHS Flower Show Tatton Park about the way they support nature or people’s happiness. In the break, she has a hilarious chat with two actors at the show. As always, you'll …
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Did you know not all wildfires are bad? This week, we're resharing an important past episode where Deborah Landau, the Director of Ecological Management at The Nature Conservancy, discusses the benefits of prescribed burns—aka planned wildfires that encourage ecosystem restoration and natural biodiversity. To learn more, visit https://brightly.eco/…
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Loop met Ivonne mee door de bomvolle floral marquee op RHS Flower Show Tatton Park. Zo’n enorm grote plantentent is één van de hoogtepunten op RHS tuinshows in het Verenigd Koninkrijk. Ivonne kijkt haar ogen uit. Er zijn podia, exposities en voorlichtingsstands. En talloze kramen van kwekers, natuurlijk. En bijna alles draait om planten, heel veel …
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There are so many benefits to going outside and getting your hands dirty. This week, we're resharing a past episode where Dominique Charles, the CEO and creator of Plots & Pans, talks gardening with purpose—from growing produce that inspires creative cooking to deepening your connection with nature. For more information, visit https://brightly.eco/…
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Wedstrijdjes houden in tuinieren. En daarmee de hobby -of het vak- verheffen tot een verfijnde klasse waar ze zo'n beetje het patent op lijken te hebben, die Britten. Ivonne loopt rond op RHS Flower Show Tatton Park 2023 en pikt er de competitieve trends op. Opmerkelijke inzendingen Ze bekijkt de opmerkelijke inzendingen voor de groente- en fruitwe…
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We all know that a huge cornerstone of sustainability is reevaluating our relationship with consumerism—which means taking stock of what we have, what we need, and what we don’t. Dara Zycherman, a minimalist lifestyle coach and the owner of Less Equals More, has made a career of helping others pare down their belongings, supporting clients in reduc…
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Tijdens haar wandeling door de tuinen van Kasteel Twickel bespreekt Ivonne elementen uit de landschapsstijl. Deze stroming in de tuinarchitectuur werd populair in de romantiek, vanaf eind 18e eeuw tot laat in de 19de eeuw. Hoe zijn die tuinen in landschapsstijl ontstaan? En als je op landgoed Twickel loopt, van welke ontwerpers uit die tijd zou jij…
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Hoe zagen tuinontwerpen uit lang vervlogen jaren eruit? Ivonne stapt met zevenmijlslaarzen door de stijlperioden classicisme, barok en rococo. Globaal spreken we dan over de jaren 1620 tot 1750. Handel, wetenschap en kunsten maken een forse groei door. De Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden krijgt veel politieke en militaire macht. Dat zien w…
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Coral reefs play a vital role in protecting coastal cities from waves, storms, and floods. They're also important to biodiversity, supporting 25% of marine life. But they're in serious danger, and Jolyon Collier—the president and founder of the nonprofit Counting Coral—is working hard on changing that. This week, we're resharing an important past e…
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Ivonne vervolgt haar wandeling door de tuinen van Kasteel Twickel, op zoek naar sporen uit de tuingeschiedenis. Deze keer staan renaissance en barok centraal. Aanvankelijk lagen bij het kasteel voornamelijk functionele tuinen. Deze bevatten bijvoorbeeld moestuin, boomgaarden en de zogenoemde bleek, maar ook wel berceaus. Daarna volgde een aanleg me…
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De renaissance is een periode in de Europese cultuurgeschiedenis die volgde op de middeleeuwen. Dat is dus vanaf 1500. De mens beschouwde zichzelf als baas van de natuur. Dat zien we ook terug in de tuinen. Hoe kan je deze stroming herkennen? Met speciale aandacht voor het fenomeen 'berceau'. Zoals altijd vind je meer informatie in de shownote. Afl…
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Een bezoek aan de tuinen van Kasteel Twickel is een reis door de tijd. Invloeden van diverse historische tuinstijlen zijn te herkennen in het huidige huispark van het kasteel. Volg Ivonne bij haar aankomst. Maak kennis met het landgoed. En hoor waarom tuingeschiedenis volgens haar zo relevant én leuk is voor groene amateurs en professionals. Als ex…
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Happy June! June 5th was World Earth Day! This was Kaylin's first time hearing about it (oops). Also, June means it is time to bust out the Bucket Lists and review them to see how you are doing in your progress. Kaylin is doing great on some and getting nowhere on some others.Kirjoittanut Kaylin Chenoweth
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If adopting a plant-based diet is among your strategies for bettering the planet, you’re not alone. This week, we're resharing an important past episode where Nisha Vora, the lawyer turned plant-based chef and cookbook author behind Rainbow Plant Life, shares how to cook up vegan dishes even the pickiest eaters will enjoy, ways you can develop more…
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If you're feeling anxious about the current state of our planet, you're not alone. These feelings, coined as "eco-anxiety" and "climate anxiety," have been affecting all of us in different ways. This week, we're resharing an important past episode featuring Dr. Renee Lertzman—a researcher, educator, and eco-engagement strategist—about what eco-anxi…
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We revisit the Garden Museum in London. This time, we concentrate on the artistic side of gardening. Ivonne looks at paintings and shares some knowledge of the history of garden design. However, we start with a nice to know fact about a gardener from the past. We end this coverage with a surprise. As always, you'll find more information and links i…
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Als het klokje van de kerk in Hernen 12 uur heeft geslagen, wordt het langzaam maar zeker druk op de paadjes langs de slotgracht van het kasteel. Maar de sfeer blijft ontspannen tijdens de Tuinmarkt Kasteel Hernen. Het komt tot een bijzonder gesprek met een vrijwilliger van Velt, een groene vereniging. Ook over een dilemma waar evenementen voor sta…
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Summer is quickly approaching, meaning you or someone you know will likely be traveling! That’s why, this week, we’re resharing an important past episode with tips and tricks that will help you explore as sustainably as possible, from booking a place to stay to packing with the planet in mind. For show notes, visit https://brightly.eco/how-to-trave…
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Unfortunately, microplastics are everywhere—from the landfill to our oceans, and now even our food and bloodstreams. In this solo episode, Laura goes in depth on the microplastic crisis on the tail of recently published information about the impacts of microplastics on humans. She also shares what she’s doing to avoid microplastics as a consumer, m…
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Tijdens Tuinmarkt Kasteel Hernen lopen we onder de boog van haagbeuk door, de kasteeltuin in. Her en der verspreid staan kramen met planten en tuinmeubelen. De sfeer is ontspannen. Ivonne ontdekt in de kasteeltuin zelf de bijzondere irissen die zijn geselecteerd en gekruist door Loïc Tasquier. Bij een plantenkraam spreekt zij de standhoudster die z…
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Conscious consumerism and personal wellness go hand in hand. This week, we're joined by Sadie Lincoln, the visionary CEO and founder of Barre3, to explore the symbiotic relationship between sustainability and physical well-being, and how Barre3 studios nationwide are paving the way for a healthier planet and populace. Our Sponsors: * Go to myeq.com…
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Listen to part 2 of the Discucoverage Ivonne recorded in Inverness Botanic Gardens. This time, she explores a few gardens that can be inspiring for gardeners in northern Great Britain. As it happens, the so-called 'quiet corner' is not so quiet after all, so Ivonne strolls around a medicinal garden. She investigates a big bug hotel and a multifunct…
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Have you ever wondered what happens to your donations once you drop them off at Goodwill? Us too! This week, we're joined by George Burt, COO of ShopGoodwill.com—an ecommerce platform that is owned and operated by the non-profit. We explore what happens to donations, how Goodwill gives back to the community, and how to change your shopping habits f…
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We bezoeken de tuinmarkt bij Kasteel Hernen in Gelderland. Dit is echt een plantfestijn voor fijnproevers! De eerstvolgende editie vindt plaats op 25 mei 2024. In de aanloop daarnaartoe laten we je de komende weken maar liefst 3 Discureportages horen. Deze keer de eerste, met een sfeerimpressie. Sprookjesachtig De tuinmarkt speelt zich af tegen het…
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Ivonne and her travel companion treated themselves to a couple of hours in Inverness Botanic Gardens. The tropical house there must be the hottest spot in Scotland! Listen to part 1 of the Discucoverage Ivonne recorded for you while her friend kindly explored the gardens on her own, letting your podcaster do her thing. Go and wander with Ivonne thr…
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Warmer weather is here, meaning that there's no better time to get outside and reconnect with our planet. In this solo episode, Laura discusses how spending time in nature can be good for your health and your mind. Our Sponsors: * Go to myeq.com and use code GOODTOGETHER at checkout for 15% off! Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands P…
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Whether you're team traditional or eco-friendly cleaning products, you might be wondering how effective these eco-friendly cleaners actually are. This week Jason Tetro—AKA "The Germ Guy"— is back to talk about these cleaning products, including their effectiveness and some rules you should always follow. Our Sponsors: * Go to myeq.com and use code …
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If you live in an area that doesn’t accept glass recycling, tossing a single bottle in your bin can wreak havoc on the planet. Franziska Trautmann, co-founder of Glass Half Full, is challenging the current system by turning glass "waste" into a resource. In honor of Earth Month, we're resharing an important past episode where she discusses all thin…
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Ga mee met Ivonne naar het Belgische Leuven. Loop door de indrukwekkende classicistische poort, zó de Kruidtuin in. In deze botanische tuin van 2,2 hectare is van alles te zien. Ivonne licht er een aantal plekken uit. Zoals de systematische tuin, waar studenten ooit leerden hoe plantenfamilies in elkaar zaten. En de fraaie varenkas, waar je het wat…
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In terms of mindfulness, conscious consumerism and practicing yoga go hand in hand. This week, we're joined by Pamela Levine and Christian Regester to discuss the sustainability of yoga and how their company, Manduka, is working on solutions that are better for your practice and the planet. For show notes, visit https://brightly.eco/blog/how-manduk…
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Laatste deel van onze serie van 4 podcasts over de grondslag van voedselbossen. We verdiepen ons onder meer in de vraag in hoeverre een voedselbos alleen inheemse planten mag bevatten. Of behoud je het natuurvriendelijke karakter wanneer je ook uitheemse planten gebruikt? Zoals altijd vind je meer informatie en links in de shownote. De delen van de…
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Climate change doesn't just impact wildlife and the weather. It also impacts human life—and that includes parenting. This week, we're resharing an important past episode with Sara Mauskopf, CEO and co-founder of Winnie, that discusses the intersection between climate and childcare—and how younger generations are directly impacted. For show notes, v…
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Spring is here, aka the season of deep-cleaning and decluttering. But there's no need to sweep the planet under the rug in the process. Though this time of year finds many Americans sorting through their belongings, the practice can result in undue waste when undertaken mindlessly. This week, we're resharing an important past episode with tips and …
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Happy Spring Break! Welcome to part 2 of Shark Month. In the previous episode we discussed all of the science behind documenting, researching and learning about shark attacks. In this episode the worst shark attack in US history is discussed. The reason behind all of the shark attack science, the sinking of the USS Indianapolis.…
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We know eating more plant-based dishes is a healthy and sustainable choice, but the assumption is that it’s also an expensive one. This week, we're resharing an important past episode where we bust that myth with Toni Okamoto, founder of Plant-Based on a Budget. For show notes, visit https://brightly.eco/blog/is-plant-based-diet-more-expensive. Our…
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Deel 3 uit onze serie van 4 podcasts over de grondslag van voedselbossen. We duiken in heden en verleden van voedselbos De Overtuin. Wat is bijvoorbeeld 'voedselbostijd? En waarom is deze hier wat korter dan gebruikelijk? Vaste luisteraars weten, dat Ivonne zich graag laat meeslepen door de geschiedenis van een groene plek. Zo ook deze keer. Ze kom…
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Plastic-free living may seem overwhelming, especially when it feels like plastic is everywhere! In this week's episode, Arielle Crawford, sustainability educator and professor of sustainable manufacturing, chats all things plastic and zero-waste living, including how you can start reducing your plastic consumption. Our Sponsors: * Go to myeq.com an…
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Let's delve into British gardening in former times! Ivonne visits the Garden Museum in London. The galleries here tell the story of gardens in Britain from the 1600s until today. Ivonne points out several nice to know facts. What was the title of the first magazine designed specifically for the amateur gardener? Which flowers did soldier George Moo…
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In this month's news roundup, Laura discusses some sustainable headlines you may have missed during February. From Thrive Market accepting SNAP EBT to how your hotel stay might become more eco-friendly, here are some news stories from the sustainability realm. Our Sponsors: * Go to myeq.com and use code GOODTOGETHER at checkout for 15% off! Adverti…
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Jacques Cousteau was a legendary researcher, explorer, filmmaker, and pioneer in ocean conservation. Now, his grandson Philippe Cousteau—an oceanographer, environmental activist, producer, and author—is following in his footsteps. This week, we're resharing an important past episode where Philippe and his wife, journalist and environmentalist Ashla…
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As we know climate change has major implications, including natural disasters and infrastructure damage. However, have you ever considered how it impacts microbes? This week Jason Tetro—AKA "The Germ Guy"—educates us on how climate change affects microbes and germ spread. Our Sponsors: * Go to myeq.com and use code GOODTOGETHER at checkout for 15% …
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With spring cleaning around the corner, you're probably wondering if there's a sustainable way to get rid of unwanted clothing. This week, Amelia Trumble, co-founder and CEO of Retold Recycling, talks all things clothing recycling and how you can keep your clothing out of the landfill. Our Sponsors: * Go to myeq.com and use code GOODTOGETHER at che…
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