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If you're an eco activist, creative, visionary, or entrepreneur SO passionate about sustainability that you're eager to do what you can not only in your personal life, but also with your passion projects dedicated to helping our planet thrive, Green Dreamer Podcast with Kaméa Chayne was created for YOU! Actor-entrepreneur and UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador Adrian Grenier, Bea Johnson of Zero Waste Home, Orsola de Castro of Fashion Revolution, and Nikki Silvestri of Soil and Shadow, named one of The Root 100 Most Influential African Americans, are just a few eco pioneers, revolutionary thinkers, and leading creatives you can look forward to hearing as honored guests. How can we leverage the power of social and digital media to strengthen the movement? How can we use creative communication, scalable eco ventures, and innovative thinking to help push the needle forward? And what do we need to turn our awareness of larger-than-life, deep-rooted issues into meaningful action, and accelerate towards sustainability in this time of need? This is just the tip of the iceberg of what we dive into in the conversations, while ALWAYS concluding with baby actions we can take today, bite-sized takeaways, and elements of hope we can hold onto. If this sounds like your jam, hit SUBSCRIBE and together, let's learn what it takes to elevate sustainability, bring our eco ideas to life, and THRIVE - in every sense of the word. Thanks for bringing your light!

If you're an eco activist, creative, visionary, or entrepreneur SO passionate about sustainability that you're eager to do what you can not only in your personal life, but also with your passion projects dedicated to helping our planet thrive, Green Dreamer Podcast with Kaméa Chayne was created for YOU! Actor-entrepreneur and UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador Adrian Grenier, Bea Johnson of Zero Waste Home, Orsola de Castro of Fashion Revolution, and Nikki Silvestri of Soil and Shadow, named one of The Root 100 Most Influential African Americans, are just a few eco pioneers, revolutionary thinkers, and leading creatives you can look forward to hearing as honored guests. How can we leverage the power of social and digital media to strengthen the movement? How can we use creative communication, scalable eco ventures, and innovative thinking to help push the needle forward? And what do we need to turn our awareness of larger-than-life, deep-rooted issues into meaningful action, and accelerate towards sustainability in this time of need? This is just the tip of the iceberg of what we dive into in the conversations, while ALWAYS concluding with baby actions we can take today, bite-sized takeaways, and elements of hope we can hold onto. If this sounds like your jam, hit SUBSCRIBE and together, let's learn what it takes to elevate sustainability, bring our eco ideas to life, and THRIVE - in every sense of the word. Thanks for bringing your light!
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If you're an eco activist, creative, visionary, or entrepreneur SO passionate about sustainability that you're eager to do what you can not only in your personal life, but also with your passion projects dedicated to helping our planet thrive, Green Dreamer Podcast with Kaméa Chayne was created for YOU! Actor-entrepreneur and UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador Adrian Grenier, Bea Johnson of Zero Waste Home, Orsola de Castro of Fashion Revolution, and Nikki Silvestri of Soil and Shadow, named one of The Root 100 Most Influential African Americans, are just a few eco pioneers, revolutionary thinkers, and leading creatives you can look forward to hearing as honored guests. How can we leverage the power of social and digital media to strengthen the movement? How can we use creative communication, scalable eco ventures, and innovative thinking to help push the needle forward? And what do we need to turn our awareness of larger-than-life, deep-rooted issues into meaningful action, and accelerate towards sustainability in this time of need? This is just the tip of the iceberg of what we dive into in the conversations, while ALWAYS concluding with baby actions we can take today, bite-sized takeaways, and elements of hope we can hold onto. If this sounds like your jam, hit SUBSCRIBE and together, let's learn what it takes to elevate sustainability, bring our eco ideas to life, and THRIVE - in every sense of the word. Thanks for bringing your light!

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English


Episodes

87) How to shop for safe and eco-friendly skincare and cosmetic products ft. Marie Arlet (BLOOM TUESDAY)

11/20/2018
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Why do we even need to be informed shoppers of skincare and cosmetic products? Shouldn't their safety be regulated by the government or industry already? How can we shop for safer and eco-friendly products? Special guest of our Bloom Tuesday episode, Marie Arlet of Shea Brand, shares her expertise on this topic with us. Find the full show notes with references linked at www.GreenDreamer.com/87, subscribe to our weekly newsletter to win monthly giveaways, and share your biggest...

Duration:00:18:06

86) How championing artisan craft enables us to become better environmental stewards and impactful shoppers with Liza Moiseeva

11/17/2018
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How does supporting artisans around the world simultaneously help support sustainability? As the holiday season and Black Friday are coming up, what are some things we should keep in mind to help us be able to shop more ethically and sustainably? Shedding light on these topics and more is Liza Moiseeva, Co-Founder of the leading Fair Trade social enterprise subscription box company GlobeIn. Due to the popularity and great success of the company, they've been able to invest millions of...

Duration:00:32:13

85) Why body shaming drives mindless consumption and the importance of self-affirmation in eco-living with Marieke Eyskoot

11/15/2018
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How do modern day pressures around body image relate to sustainability? With eco living often focused on the negatives—on what we're not doing enough of and how we're falling short of being perfect—why is it so important to let ourselves feel good about what we do and to reassure ourselves that we're okay... that we're doing enough? Sharing her wisdom here is Marieke Eyskoot, a sustainable fashion and lifestyle expert, sought-after speaker, consultant, and Co-Founder of the International...

Duration:00:40:42

84) How to thrift like a pro and support the second-hand economy to grow ft Leah Wise (BLOOM TUESDAY)

11/13/2018
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What happens to our clothes after we toss them out, and what can we do to support the secondhand economy to grow to help fashion (and related industries) go circular? Special guest of our Bloom Tuesday episode, Leah Wise of Style Wise Blog, shares her expertise on this topic with us. Find the full show notes with references linked at www.GreenDreamer.com/84, subscribe to our weekly newsletter to win monthly giveaways, and share your biggest takeaways with me on Instagram @KameaChayne...

Duration:00:19:35

83) Connecting people through cross-cultural, shared desires and insecurities with 'Female Indiana Jones' Alison Teal

11/10/2018
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In this often divided world, what do we need in order to come together so that we can collectively work towards a more sustainable future? Across cultures and language barriers, what are some universal truths about happiness that we can learn and implement? Sharing her wisdom here is filmmaker and Host of Alison’s Adventures, Alison Teal. With her unique upbringing (like a Tarzan child) and adventurous spirit, she's been named "The Female Indiana Jones" by TIME Magazine and "The Oprah of...

Duration:00:45:08

82) The story of shark attack survivor turned shark conservationist and photographer Mike Coots

11/8/2018
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How did our guest today go from being a shark attack survivor to becoming a powerful voice for ocean and shark conservation? What are some things to do with shark conservation that we should know? Sharing his wisdom here is Mike Coots, who was attacked by a shark at the age of 18, and has since become a professional photographer inspiring people to connect more deeply with sharks and our oceans. HIGHLIGHTS [4:16] Mike shares the surreal experience of when he lost his leg in a shark...

Duration:00:33:57

81) Is shopping online more or less sustainable than doing so in person? Ft. Polly Barks (BLOOM TUESDAY)

11/6/2018
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E-commerce is only increasing. Ever wonder about the environmental impact of buying things from online vs. in person? Special guest of our Bloom Tuesday episode, Polly Barks of Green Indy Blog, shares her expertise on this topic with us. Find the full show notes with references linked at www.GreenDreamer.com/81, and follow me on Instagram @KameaChayne where I'll be sharing more of my inspirations, tips, and learning lessons along the way. Thanks for bringing your light! x

Duration:00:17:20

80) How to tap into your creative genius zone to help our planet thrive with Katie Patrick

11/3/2018
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What if we can just tweak a few words in our messaging to be able to immediately double, and even triple, the amount of action and change that we inspire? Why should we go from looking at tackling public health, social, and environmental issues as a 'fight,' to simply tapping into our own 'creative geniuses' (as our guest today calls it)? Katie Patrick, an environmental engineer, software designer, author, YouTube channel and podcast host, media spokesperson, and board member of Good...

Duration:00:38:21

79) Tackling our global waste crisis while accepting that people are selfish with TerraCycle's Tom Szaky

11/1/2018
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Instead of getting people to go against their will and desires to sacrifice things for sustainability, what if we just acknowledge that most of us are selfish, and learn to play into that? How did we even get to our global waste crisis today, and what do we need to do to address this issue on a national and global level? Tom Szaky, the Founder and CEO of TerraCycle, an innovative company that's becoming a global leader in recycling waste that's traditionally difficult to recycle, shares...

Duration:00:33:41

78) Why environmental policy can be so hard to change or pass and 3 things we can do to help (BLOOM TUESDAY)

10/30/2018
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Why is it so damn difficult to change or solidify environmental policy at a national level? Here, I share what the "Iron Triangle" is in U.S. politics and what we can do as individuals to support systemic change. Find the full show notes with references linked at www.GreenDreamer.com/78, sign up for our Weekly Newsletter to be automatically entered to win our monthly giveaways, and follow me on Instagram @KameaChayne where I'll be sharing more of my inspirations, tips, and learning...

Duration:00:14:05

77) How minimalism can enrich our lives with YouTuber and blogger Signe Hansen

10/27/2018
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How can we get people who are very much still seduced by fast fashion into the idea of buying less and buying better? How can we deal with perfectionism in terms of sustainable living, and be able to just enjoy this journey rather than just constantly feel bad or feel like we're not enough? Sharing her wisdom today is Signe Hansen, content creator behind the blog and YouTube channel, Use Less, which explores minimalism, sustainable fashion, and lifestyle. Let's dive...

Duration:00:31:31

76) Getting models, talent, and celebrities who spark trends and influence popular culture to stand for sustainability with Anne Therese

10/25/2018
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What if more people with great influence on popular culture were to more boldly speak up for sustainability? What would it mean for our world if we had models who were role models, who stood up for public health, social and environmental welfare, and who represent brands that actually align with their personal values? Sharing her wisdom on this episode is Anne Therese Bengtsson, a former New York City model and Co-Founder of Role Models Management, which is on a mission to redefine what...

Duration:00:32:51

75) Did you know these 7 things about electronic waste? (BLOOM TUESDAY)

10/23/2018
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You're reading this on an electronic device. Do you know what happens to electronics after they're disposed of? Here are 7 shocking things I learned when I dug deeper into this topic, as well as simple things we can do to help address issues around e-waste. Find the full show notes with references linked at www.GreenDreamer.com/75, and follow me on Instagram @KameaChayne where I'll be sharing more of my inspirations, tips, and learning lessons along the way. Thanks for bringing your...

Duration:00:12:08

74) Inspiring greater respect for our oceans and marine life with underwater photographer Alicia Ward

10/20/2018
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What do we need to know about how our skin and hair products may be impacting our ocean's health? Given that our underwater world feels so distant, how can we inspire people to feel more connected to our oceans to want to protect them? Alicia Ward, a professional underwater photographer and Co-Founder of See Through Sea, which is dedicated to ocean conservation and the art of underwater storytelling, shares her wisdom with us. HIGHLIGHTS: [6:39] Kaméa: "How did you learn to free-dive...

Duration:00:37:33

73) Why we need to redefine what it means to travel for leisure with Evelina Utterdahl of Earth Wanderess

10/18/2018
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What are the social and environmental impacts of travel that we should be aware of? Why do we need to redefine what it means to be a tourist so that traveling can become a more sustainable leisure activity? Evelina Utterdahl, the ethical and sustainable travel blogger behind Earth Wanderess (who decided to stop flying this year) shares her wisdom with us on this episode. HIGHLIGHTS: [14:20] Eve discusses the privilege of having the time, money, and powerful passport to be able to travel...

Duration:00:32:10

72) Beginner tips to composting for healthier soils and a more circular food systems ft. Celia Ristow (BLOOM TUESDAY)

10/16/2018
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Given that with soil degradation, we only have 60 years of top soil left... but also that only a tiny percentage of food waste is currently being composted to help regenerate healthy soils, how can we get started in composting even if for the first time? Special guest of our Bloom Tuesday episode, Celia Ristow of Litterless, shares her expertise with us. Find the full show notes with references linked at www.GreenDreamer.com/72, and follow me on Instagram @KameaChayne where I'll be...

Duration:00:17:00

71) The environmental impact of modern day burials we should know with eco mortician Elizabeth Fournier

10/13/2018
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What do we need to know about the environmental impact of modern-day burials, and what are "green burials" all about? Given that our burial methods used to be eco-friendly, how did we come to accept an environmentally harmful and financially costly way of running our funeral services as the norm? 'The Green Reaper' Elizabeth Fournier, who's the Founder of Cornerstone Funeral Services in Boring, Oregon and author of The Green Burial Guidebook shares her wisdom with us on this...

Duration:00:31:28

70) How impact investing can help us accelerate towards a thriving future with Ibrahim AlHusseini

10/11/2018
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What do we need to know about impact investing and how can that help us accelerate towards a healthier, thriving planet? Why does the traditional idea of first making as much money as possible (at the cost of social and environmental welfare) and then donating to good causes to address those very problems not make sense? Ibrahim AlHusseini, the Founder of FullCycle Energy Fund, a renowned impact investor, environmentalist, and highly-regarded speaker shares his wisdom with us. Let's dive...

Duration:00:33:35

69) How to lower our exposure to VOCs and toxins in bed and at home ft. Nimi Kelloway (BLOOM TUESDAY)

10/9/2018
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With indoor air pollution often being worse than outdoor air pollution even in urban spaces, how can we reduce our exposure to toxic chemicals in our homes for our health? Special guest of our Bloom Tuesday episode, Nimi Kelloway of Haute Coton, shares her expertise with us. Find the full show notes with references linked at www.GreenDreamer.com/69, and follow me on Instagram @KameaChayne where I'll be sharing more of my inspirations, tips, and learning lessons along the way. Thanks...

Duration:00:18:06

68) What we need to know about renewables and electric cars with Green Living Guy Seth Leitman

10/6/2018
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What are some things we need to know about electric cars and the future of renewable energy? What does it take to scale our audience size into the millions, so that we can inspire and engage with more people with our work? Our guest today is Seth Leitman of Green Living Guy – an expert on electric cars and renewable energy who's worked for the state of New York on green energy and who writes about LED green lighting, indoor air quality, alternative-fueled vehicles, and more. Let's dive...

Duration:00:33:04