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Earth911 Podcast: YellowTin’s Tony Wessling on Accelerating the Electrification Transition

Earth911 Podcast: YellowTin’s Tony Wessling on Accelerating the Electrification Transition

Wanting to be sustainable is easy. Acting sustainably requires substantial effort. It takes time and no shortage of expertise to identify products and services with a low- or no-carbon footprint, and shopping for the best price on green energy, efficient appliances, and solar or other sustainability investments is difficult. Tony Wessling, the marketing and communications leader at YellowTin, joins the […]

Earth911 Podcast: Westerlay Orchids’ Toine Overgaag on Making the Flower Business Sustainable

Earth911 Podcast: Westerlay Orchids’ Toine Overgaag on Making the Flower Business Sustainable

The flower industry has a heavy environmental footprint but some growers are changing their agricultural and shipping practices. Toine Overgaag, president of family-owned Westerlay Orchids,  grower and seller of live orchids, based in Carpenteria, Calif., joins Mitch Ratcliffe to discuss sustainable agriculture practices in the live plant industry. Westerlay uses natural predators instead of pesticides to deal with pests; energy […]

Why Should You Care About 1% for the Planet?

Why Should You Care About 1% for the Planet?

It doesn’t get much better than buying your favorite products from businesses that contribute to charity. Combining the thrill of an exciting new purchase with a good deed is a win-win. However, with the rise of greenwashing, consumers have become less trusting that their money is making its way to the intended cause. So how can we, as conscious consumers, […]

Earth911 Podcast: tentree CEO Derrick Emsley on Sustainable Fashion & Reforestation

Earth911 Podcast: tentree CEO Derrick Emsley on Sustainable Fashion & Reforestation

Earth911 talks with Derrick Emsley, CEO of tentree, a clothing company making a difference. The company plants 10 trees for every article of clothing it sells. It has already planted 56.3 million trees and is working to reduce the environmental impact of its clothing production processes by using wood-based Tencel fiber, hemp, organic cotton, and recycled polyester in its clothing. […]

Earth911 Podcast: Land to Market’s Lisa Mabe on Regenerative Agriculture Labeling

Earth911 Podcast: Land to Market’s Lisa Mabe on Regenerative Agriculture Labeling

Lisa Mabe explains the Land to Market Verified consumer label, a project of the Savory Institute that intends to build 100 global hubs where the organization’s regenerative Ecological Outcome Verification (EOV) process can be applied to local farm practices. She explains how the label will provide consumers a connection to farmers and ranchers who practice regenerative agriculture techniques. With the […]

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