A Better Tomorrow
By Thuha and Evelin
A Better TomorrowSep 14, 2020
Northern White Rhinos and the Importance of Conservation with James Mwenda
In this episode, we talk to James Mwenda, caretaker of the last two known northern white rhinos at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Central Kenya. James is a global ambassador for conservation and is also the subject and narrator of the documentary Kifaru.
In today's episode, we will not only discuss the documentary but also the Northern White Rhinos, the importance of conservation, how poaching affects local communities, and the amazing work conducted at Ol Pejeta Conservancy.
For more information on James and Ol Pejeta Conservancy, check the below links to get an insight on his work and also how to contribute to Ol Pejeta:
Sustainable Fashion with Hadeel, Fashion Revolution Sudan
In today’s episode, we talk to Hadeel about a topic we’ve been wanting to delve deeper into fast fashion. We discuss fashion revolutions work, how we can change people’s consumption mindset if fashion can ever be truly sustainable, and what she thinks lies in the future for the industry.
Make sure to follow Hadeel on Instagram to get more valuable tips and information on sustainable fashion. See link below:
Plastic Waste and How to Achieve a Zero-Waste Lifestyle with Bamboo Straw Girl
In today's episode we discuss plastic waste in Singapore, why it’s important to choose bamboo over plastic, what it means to have a zero-waste lifestyle and what lies in the future for this social enterprise!
For more information on Bamboo Straw girl, make sure to check out her website: bamboostrawgirl.com and her Instagram account @bamboostrawgirl
Sustainable Diving, Marine Tourism and How to Reduce Pressure On Coral Reefs With Green Fins
We discuss Green Fins code of conduct, the most harmful impacts about diving, the effect of tourism, and how we can dive more sustainable.
Saving Coral Reefs and Protecting Marine Heritage with Coral Triangle Center
Creating Urban Green Spaces in Sweden with Therese Lundstedt
In today's episode, we talk to Therese Lundstedt, board member of Spotlite, Climeon, and also current CEO of Urban Green AB, which is one of Sweden's leading green-tech companies. Urban Green AB is specialized in green roofs and roof landscaping. We discuss the beginning of Urban Green AB, the definition of green roofs, stormwater management, and the benefits that green roofs provide to our cities and properties. For more information on Urban Green AB and their future projects, make sure to visit their website urbangreen.se or Instagram account @urbangreen.se
Sustainable Gastronomy and Tackling Food Waste with SFM Greece
If you want to know more about the Sustainable Food Movement in Greece, make sure to check out their website:
Gender and Climate Justice with EmpoderaClima
Protecting the Endemic Species Java Gibbon in Indonesia with Primatologist Rahayu Oktaviani
If you want to know more about Rahayu and her research, make sure to visit the websites below:
Regenerative Agriculture and Bokashi with Brandon Rust
If you’d like to learn more, you can find him on Instagram: @bokashiearthworks
Green Buildings, Renewable Energy and Green Schools with Temur, Elena and Sherzod
If you’d like to learn more about their projects, you can find more information here: uzgbc.uz
Building an Eco Hostel In the Philippines with Mango Tree Eco Hostel
If you want to learn more about Mango Tree Eco Hostel, you can find the links below:
Sustainable Periods, Menstrual Health and Empowering Girls in India with Paint it Red
Combatting Food Waste with OsNosh
Today's guest is Ben, founder of Osnosh which is a food recycling organization and a community kitchen that has one simple goal; to cook meals for everyone who is hungry, struggling, or just in need of some company. In today's episode, we discuss food waste, the true meaning of food poverty, the Osnosh community, and also how the organization handles leftovers.
If you want to know more about Osnosh and their work, make sure to follow them on their website, go fund me and social media below;
Making Tourism Sustainable in Bermuda with Eco Island Traveller
We discuss Sustainable tourism in Bermuda, Eco Island travels business model and what happens when an island receives too many tourists.
Make sure to check out her Instagram accounts:
Green Filmmaking with Laura Torenbeek
Food, Farming and Sustainability with Kansha Farm