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Make Climate Cool Again

Sara Miltenberger

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Make Climate Cool Again
Make Climate Cool Again

Make Climate Cool Again

Sara Miltenberger

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Climate change is scary. But doing something about it is easy. And we are going to make it fun. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makeclimatecool/support

Latest Episodes

Tip #6: Go Green with Plants with Megan Chen, Founder of TUGI

I am really excited to introduce you to Megan Chen, a 16 year old from Delaware who has not only written a children's book but also runs her own non-profit, The Urban Garden Initiative. Urban areas account for between 60 and 80 percent of the world’s energy consumption and generate as much as 70 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions. Cities are also prone to an increased number of climate events, food sustainability issues, and much more.TUGI's mission is to inspire and empower youth to achieve urbansustainability though a gardening-based educational program. Megan is inspiring and a perfect example of how one person can make a big difference! Get involved, organize an event or donate here :https://www.theurbangardeninitiative.org/ On becoming a self-published author: (5:00) The hard part of having a non-profit/Differences of having a business (10:15) UrbanGardenOptions (25:00) Megan’s sustainability pet peeve (31:53) Tips on how to get started on a business (39:49) Find Megan’s book here: https://amzn.to/31Zi6Hb Articles about NYC’s new urban green roof policy: https://www.dwell.com/article/new-york-city-requires-green-roofs-on-new-buildings-ede4deb8 https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/25/style/rooftop-gardens-urban-shopping-scene-green.html https://inhabitat.com/red-hook-housing-projects-new-urban-farm-grows-fresh-produce-and-jobs-for-the-community/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Techathlon Podcast: The Techathlon podcast is a weekly podcast that catches you up on the latest tech news through games, trivia, and (usually) friendly competitions. https://open.spotify.com/show/1HRe3KlPaYUVgs1zTcsztO?si=7f0rYgqhQ5WUmFbpwdKXZw · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/makeclimatecool/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makeclimatecool/support

47 MIN1 w ago
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Tip #6: Go Green with Plants with Megan Chen, Founder of TUGI

Tip #5: Live Plastic Free with Kaylin Marcotte, CEO of Project PlastICK

Kaylin Marcotte is a media and marketing genius. As the first employee of the theSkimm (from a cold email!), she now is the founder of a New York-based consultancy specializing in marketing and content strategy. She recently started Project PlastICK with her sister, a 30 day challenge to cut plastic out of your life. Project PlastICK works with companies and schools all over the country and was recently awarded an Honorable Mention in Fast Company's World Changing Ideas Awards. Those who sign up for the challenge can expect an email every day for 30 days about adjusting to green habits and how to set yourself up for success. Share your challenge on social media using #projectplastick! Transitioning from working at theSkimm and starting Project PlastICK (7:52) Saving plastic can actually save you money (21:30) 5 tips for people looking to consume less plastick (29:27) What is your biggest sustainability pet peeve? (41:38) What makes you feel like a hypocrite? (44:53) Sign up for the 30 day Challenge starting Oct 1 at www.projectplastick.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Techathlon Podcast: The Techathlon podcast is a weekly podcast that catches you up on the latest tech news through games, trivia, and (usually) friendly competitions. https://open.spotify.com/show/1HRe3KlPaYUVgs1zTcsztO?si=7f0rYgqhQ5WUmFbpwdKXZw --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/makeclimatecool/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makeclimatecool/support

51 MIN2 w ago
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Tip #5: Live Plastic Free with Kaylin Marcotte, CEO of Project PlastICK

Tip #4: How to deal with Climate Anxiety

Climate Anxiety: (n) A fight or flight response uponcontinuouslyreceiving information on climate change, eliciting a signal of danger or a threat to our physical andemotional well-being. ie. Becoming extremely vocal or paralyzed with fear. You might experience climate anxiety. Or anxiety in general. This interview with Ingrid Helander, LFMP about how to be mindful about our emotions to better manage anxiety. Ingrid is family and marriage therapist in CT but has spent years studying polyvagal theory and how anxiety affects relationships. Also discussed is her new book , Calm Your Worries, which includes a workbook about anxiety and worry. Find access to her book here: www.calmyourworries.com 10:30 Does social media create emotions of fight or flight? 16:25 How hope itself means a million possibilities. 23:00 How we can have more connected conversations? 37:15 Can we blame the media for our climate anxiety? 47:00 Tools you can use for managing anxiety --- This episode is sponsored by ...

55 MINSEP 21
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Tip #4: How to deal with Climate Anxiety

Tip #3: BYOC - Bring Your Own Container (Solo News Sesh on Toxic Salads and California's New Policy)

EThis week on Make Climate Cool, we talk briefly about the DNC Climate Change Debate on CNN, how compostable bowls used by the likes of Sweetgreen, Dig Inn and Chipotle are actually made with toxic chemicals and finally how California is kicking butt in creating policy to support BYOC - Bring Your Own Container Culture. Follow all the behind the scenes action on Instagram @makeclimatecool and don’t forget to rate, review subscribe so you don’t miss out on new episodes. Article 1: https://newfoodeconomy.org/pfas-forever-chemicals-sweetgreen-chipotle-compostable-biodegradable-bowls/?fbclid=IwAR0LLag7j8NZgQRabkqCU2e5hdG7LXTvZoW_xg0JOqyuIyWyhSXhp1AJ7mE Article 2: https://www.treehugger.com/corporate-responsibility/new-california-law-helps-diners-bring-their-own-containers.html Article 3: https://thetakeout.com/california-law-bring-own-containers-restaurant-customer-1836528963 Article 4: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-24/haagen-dazs-tropicana-hellmann-s-want-their-packa...

17 MINSEP 7
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Tip #3: BYOC - Bring Your Own Container (Solo News Sesh on Toxic Salads and California's New Policy)

Tip #2: Stand for Sustainable Fashion with Skylar Saba, @happyearthhabits

ESkylar Saba started @happyearthhabits to show people how easy it is to live a more sustainable lifestyle. Through her tips, tricks and conscious outfit of the day, she hopes to teach people how small changes can lead to a big impact. This episode is all about fast fashion and the Marie Kondo effect, how to recycle and reuse clothing, the sharing economy and voting with your dollar. Towards the end of the episode, Sara and Skylar talk about some habits they have that reduce plastic consumption and food waste. Follow all the behind the scenes action on Instagram @makeclimatecool and don’t forget to rate, review subscribe so you don’t miss out on new episodes. --- This episode is sponsored by · Techathlon Podcast: The Techathlon podcast is a weekly podcast that catches you up on the latest tech news through games, trivia, and (usually) friendly competitions. https://open.spotify.com/show/1HRe3KlPaYUVgs1zTcsztO?si=7f0rYgqhQ5WUmFbpwdKXZw --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/...

61 MINAUG 30
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Tip #2: Stand for Sustainable Fashion with Skylar Saba, @happyearthhabits

Tip #1: Join the Climate Movement with Ryan Hagen, Founder of Crowdsourcing Sustainability

Ryan Hagen is a writer, climate activist, sustainability nerd and the Founder of Crowdsourcing Sustainability. His goal is to help eliminate greenhouse gas emissions as quickly as possible for a safer and healthier world by unleashing the power of people everywhere. If you want to be a better climate champion or are simply curious to learn more about sustainability, definitely check out www.crowdsourcingsustainability.org and sign up for their newsletter! Follow all the behind the scenes action on Instagram @makeclimatecool and don’t forget to rate, review and subscribe so you don’t miss out on new episodes. --- This episode is sponsored by · Techathlon Podcast: The Techathlon podcast is a weekly podcast that catches you up on the latest tech news through games, trivia, and (usually) friendly competitions. https://open.spotify.com/show/1HRe3KlPaYUVgs1zTcsztO?si=7f0rYgqhQ5WUmFbpwdKXZw --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/makeclimatecool/message Support this podcast: http...

56 MINAUG 22
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Tip #1: Join the Climate Movement with Ryan Hagen, Founder of Crowdsourcing Sustainability

1. Coming Soon

Get a sneak peak of the Make Climate Cool Again podcast with Sara Miltenberger. I’ve been living on the planet for 26 years and even studied it exclusively for 6 so I’m basically an expert. The planet is changing and it’s getting scary AF. What better way to combat global warming than a podcast that will tell you like it is and how to be part of the solution. Follow all the behind the scenes action on Instagram @makeclimatecool and don’t forget to rate, review subscribe so you don’t miss out on new episodes. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/makeclimatecool/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makeclimatecool/support

2 MINAUG 21
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Latest Episodes

Tip #6: Go Green with Plants with Megan Chen, Founder of TUGI

I am really excited to introduce you to Megan Chen, a 16 year old from Delaware who has not only written a children's book but also runs her own non-profit, The Urban Garden Initiative. Urban areas account for between 60 and 80 percent of the world’s energy consumption and generate as much as 70 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions. Cities are also prone to an increased number of climate events, food sustainability issues, and much more.TUGI's mission is to inspire and empower youth to achieve urbansustainability though a gardening-based educational program. Megan is inspiring and a perfect example of how one person can make a big difference! Get involved, organize an event or donate here :https://www.theurbangardeninitiative.org/ On becoming a self-published author: (5:00) The hard part of having a non-profit/Differences of having a business (10:15) UrbanGardenOptions (25:00) Megan’s sustainability pet peeve (31:53) Tips on how to get started on a business (39:49) Find Megan’s book here: https://amzn.to/31Zi6Hb Articles about NYC’s new urban green roof policy: https://www.dwell.com/article/new-york-city-requires-green-roofs-on-new-buildings-ede4deb8 https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/25/style/rooftop-gardens-urban-shopping-scene-green.html https://inhabitat.com/red-hook-housing-projects-new-urban-farm-grows-fresh-produce-and-jobs-for-the-community/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Techathlon Podcast: The Techathlon podcast is a weekly podcast that catches you up on the latest tech news through games, trivia, and (usually) friendly competitions. https://open.spotify.com/show/1HRe3KlPaYUVgs1zTcsztO?si=7f0rYgqhQ5WUmFbpwdKXZw · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/makeclimatecool/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makeclimatecool/support

47 MIN1 w ago
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Tip #6: Go Green with Plants with Megan Chen, Founder of TUGI

Tip #5: Live Plastic Free with Kaylin Marcotte, CEO of Project PlastICK

Kaylin Marcotte is a media and marketing genius. As the first employee of the theSkimm (from a cold email!), she now is the founder of a New York-based consultancy specializing in marketing and content strategy. She recently started Project PlastICK with her sister, a 30 day challenge to cut plastic out of your life. Project PlastICK works with companies and schools all over the country and was recently awarded an Honorable Mention in Fast Company's World Changing Ideas Awards. Those who sign up for the challenge can expect an email every day for 30 days about adjusting to green habits and how to set yourself up for success. Share your challenge on social media using #projectplastick! Transitioning from working at theSkimm and starting Project PlastICK (7:52) Saving plastic can actually save you money (21:30) 5 tips for people looking to consume less plastick (29:27) What is your biggest sustainability pet peeve? (41:38) What makes you feel like a hypocrite? (44:53) Sign up for the 30 day Challenge starting Oct 1 at www.projectplastick.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Techathlon Podcast: The Techathlon podcast is a weekly podcast that catches you up on the latest tech news through games, trivia, and (usually) friendly competitions. https://open.spotify.com/show/1HRe3KlPaYUVgs1zTcsztO?si=7f0rYgqhQ5WUmFbpwdKXZw --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/makeclimatecool/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makeclimatecool/support

51 MIN2 w ago
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Tip #5: Live Plastic Free with Kaylin Marcotte, CEO of Project PlastICK

Tip #4: How to deal with Climate Anxiety

Climate Anxiety: (n) A fight or flight response uponcontinuouslyreceiving information on climate change, eliciting a signal of danger or a threat to our physical andemotional well-being. ie. Becoming extremely vocal or paralyzed with fear. You might experience climate anxiety. Or anxiety in general. This interview with Ingrid Helander, LFMP about how to be mindful about our emotions to better manage anxiety. Ingrid is family and marriage therapist in CT but has spent years studying polyvagal theory and how anxiety affects relationships. Also discussed is her new book , Calm Your Worries, which includes a workbook about anxiety and worry. Find access to her book here: www.calmyourworries.com 10:30 Does social media create emotions of fight or flight? 16:25 How hope itself means a million possibilities. 23:00 How we can have more connected conversations? 37:15 Can we blame the media for our climate anxiety? 47:00 Tools you can use for managing anxiety --- This episode is sponsored by ...

55 MINSEP 21
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Tip #4: How to deal with Climate Anxiety

Tip #3: BYOC - Bring Your Own Container (Solo News Sesh on Toxic Salads and California's New Policy)

EThis week on Make Climate Cool, we talk briefly about the DNC Climate Change Debate on CNN, how compostable bowls used by the likes of Sweetgreen, Dig Inn and Chipotle are actually made with toxic chemicals and finally how California is kicking butt in creating policy to support BYOC - Bring Your Own Container Culture. Follow all the behind the scenes action on Instagram @makeclimatecool and don’t forget to rate, review subscribe so you don’t miss out on new episodes. Article 1: https://newfoodeconomy.org/pfas-forever-chemicals-sweetgreen-chipotle-compostable-biodegradable-bowls/?fbclid=IwAR0LLag7j8NZgQRabkqCU2e5hdG7LXTvZoW_xg0JOqyuIyWyhSXhp1AJ7mE Article 2: https://www.treehugger.com/corporate-responsibility/new-california-law-helps-diners-bring-their-own-containers.html Article 3: https://thetakeout.com/california-law-bring-own-containers-restaurant-customer-1836528963 Article 4: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-24/haagen-dazs-tropicana-hellmann-s-want-their-packa...

17 MINSEP 7
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Tip #3: BYOC - Bring Your Own Container (Solo News Sesh on Toxic Salads and California's New Policy)

Tip #2: Stand for Sustainable Fashion with Skylar Saba, @happyearthhabits

ESkylar Saba started @happyearthhabits to show people how easy it is to live a more sustainable lifestyle. Through her tips, tricks and conscious outfit of the day, she hopes to teach people how small changes can lead to a big impact. This episode is all about fast fashion and the Marie Kondo effect, how to recycle and reuse clothing, the sharing economy and voting with your dollar. Towards the end of the episode, Sara and Skylar talk about some habits they have that reduce plastic consumption and food waste. Follow all the behind the scenes action on Instagram @makeclimatecool and don’t forget to rate, review subscribe so you don’t miss out on new episodes. --- This episode is sponsored by · Techathlon Podcast: The Techathlon podcast is a weekly podcast that catches you up on the latest tech news through games, trivia, and (usually) friendly competitions. https://open.spotify.com/show/1HRe3KlPaYUVgs1zTcsztO?si=7f0rYgqhQ5WUmFbpwdKXZw --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/...

61 MINAUG 30
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Tip #2: Stand for Sustainable Fashion with Skylar Saba, @happyearthhabits

Tip #1: Join the Climate Movement with Ryan Hagen, Founder of Crowdsourcing Sustainability

Ryan Hagen is a writer, climate activist, sustainability nerd and the Founder of Crowdsourcing Sustainability. His goal is to help eliminate greenhouse gas emissions as quickly as possible for a safer and healthier world by unleashing the power of people everywhere. If you want to be a better climate champion or are simply curious to learn more about sustainability, definitely check out www.crowdsourcingsustainability.org and sign up for their newsletter! Follow all the behind the scenes action on Instagram @makeclimatecool and don’t forget to rate, review and subscribe so you don’t miss out on new episodes. --- This episode is sponsored by · Techathlon Podcast: The Techathlon podcast is a weekly podcast that catches you up on the latest tech news through games, trivia, and (usually) friendly competitions. https://open.spotify.com/show/1HRe3KlPaYUVgs1zTcsztO?si=7f0rYgqhQ5WUmFbpwdKXZw --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/makeclimatecool/message Support this podcast: http...

56 MINAUG 22
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Tip #1: Join the Climate Movement with Ryan Hagen, Founder of Crowdsourcing Sustainability

1. Coming Soon

Get a sneak peak of the Make Climate Cool Again podcast with Sara Miltenberger. I’ve been living on the planet for 26 years and even studied it exclusively for 6 so I’m basically an expert. The planet is changing and it’s getting scary AF. What better way to combat global warming than a podcast that will tell you like it is and how to be part of the solution. Follow all the behind the scenes action on Instagram @makeclimatecool and don’t forget to rate, review subscribe so you don’t miss out on new episodes. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/makeclimatecool/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makeclimatecool/support

2 MINAUG 21
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