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Beyond Green Podcast – Green Society Campaign

Daryn Caister

We endeavor to inspire the next wave of environmentalism through media savvy, accessibility and the honesty of our message.
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This episodes run time is 48:37.

This episode is all about food waste. David, Daryn and Stefan explore their thoughts on the Hot Docs documentary Just Eat It, which explores just how much food is wasted in our society and the reasons for it. We jump around from the importance of localism, who not to blame, and a few ideas of just what can be done about this overlooked problem within our society.

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The music for this episode comes from Modest Mouse and their track Trailer Trash.

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This episodes run time is 48:40.

In this episode Daryn interviews James from Extra Creditz about video games and having a sense of agency in the world. The second portion of the show has a guest appearance by friend of the show Corey, as we discuss the importance of feeling like you can have an impact on the world around you and how best this can be achieved.

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This episodes run time is 34:21.

Much of this episode was lifted from the Green Majority’s short lived video project ‘Over the Green Line’ which in some ways acted as a precursor to this podcast. In this episode we speak with Tim Nash, the Sustainable Economist. This will act as a precursor to some future discussions with Tim and if you are interested, be sure to check out our blog series on Alternatives Journal which focuses on Sustainable Growth.

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I incorrectly identified the music for this episode saying that it came from A + E, however that is the name of the Album, and the band is in fact Clean Bandit. Luckily, this does not take away from their excellent track, Rihanna.

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This episodes run time is 43:13.

Will hipsters save the world? We tackle the question of the ethics and societal implications of found fashion and make it work decor. We discuss the concept of Jugaad, the three other R’s (refuse, repair and repurpose) and what each can do for the health of our planet.

As mentioned in the podcast, this is the Laurie Anderson song about experts and this is the TED talk on window gardening.

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The music for this episode comes from The Cool Hands and their song I Did the Iggy.

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This episodes run time is 51:07.

The Dave is back in town! Co-host of the podcast David Hostetter is back in this episode after a two week break. We get his thoughts on the side benefits of environmentalism and then jump into the question of how to generate real change.

In other exiting news, we now have a logo! We are still working on the question of whether or not it is supposed to have any specific meaning, so at the moment we present it without comment.

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The music for this episode comes from Yacht and their Summer Song.

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