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Green Dreamer: Sustainability and Regeneration From Ideas to Life

Kaméa Chayne - Eco Creative, Impact Entrepreneur,

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Green Dreamer: Sustainability and Regeneration From Ideas to Life
Green Dreamer: Sustainability and Regeneration From Ideas to Life

Green Dreamer: Sustainability and Regeneration From Ideas to Life

Kaméa Chayne - Eco Creative, Impact Entrepreneur,

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If we're headed down a path that's leading us to degradation, dehumanization, and disconnection from the things that matter most, simultaneously endangering our earth's clean water, clean air, and biodiversity, then we must ask boldly: What for?In the midst of the uncertainty, it's become clear that it's time to redefine what it means to live lives of abundance, recalibrate our measurements of progress, and dream up the world that we do want to realize for our lifetimes and beyond.Illuminating our paths to ecological regeneration, intersectional sustainability, and true abundance and wellness for all, Green Dreamer with Kamea Chayne is a podcast and multimedia journal for those who are yearning to live with vitality and fulfillment and who are dreaming of a thriving planet to call home.

Latest Episodes

183) Emily Penn: The root causes and effects of ocean plastic pollution

Emily Pennis an ocean advocate and skipper who's spent the last decade exploring plastic pollution from the tropics to the Arctic. She's on a mission to inspire and facilitate a community of changemakers through her projecteXXpeditionand by training athletes and celebrities to be impactful advocates on ocean issues. In this podcast episode, Emily sheds light on why people in developed countries can't just look at the primary sources of ocean plastic pollution stemming from 'developing countries' and feel that this absolves us of responsibility; the known and unknown health impacts of chronic exposure to plastic bits and their associated chemicals; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/183 Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

36 MIN15 h ago
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183) Emily Penn: The root causes and effects of ocean plastic pollution

182) Winston Chiu: Redirecting otherwise wasted meals towards those struggling with food security

Winston Chiuis the Culinary Director of Rethink Food NYC, a nonprofit organization working to recover nutritious excess food to provide low or no-cost meals to New York City families in need. Winston graduated from the Institute of Culinary Education and started Bonbite Catering, a globally inspired, locally-sourced catering firm. He later became a partner at Little Tong Noodle Shop, specializing in mixian noodles from China’s Yunnan Province. He’s also spent countless hours developing the culinary arts curriculum for the Brooklyn S.T.E.A.M. Center, an innovative business-focused public school. In this podcast episode, Winston sheds light on the relationship between food waste, marketing, and consumer perceptions of food; how we can implement and scale the solution of connecting food waste from restaurants and supermarkets, to those in need who currently live with food insecurity; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/182 Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

35 MIN4 d ago
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182) Winston Chiu: Redirecting otherwise wasted meals towards those struggling with food security

181) Leah Garcés: Turning adversaries into allies to change animal agriculture

Leah Garcésis the President of Mercy For Animalsand a leader in the animal protection movement. She is also the author of Grilled: Turning Adversaries into Allies to Change the Chicken Industry. In her book, Leah describes her experiences working with farmers and food industry leaders to reduce animal suffering, build a better food system, and shine a light on the thriving and rapidly growing plant-based food sector through dialogue and discussion. In this podcast episode, Leah sheds light on the social, health and ecological impacts of factory farming, which dominates animal agriculture in the United States; the value and opportunities that lie in reaching across the aisle to work with people we may view as our adversaries; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/181 Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

44 MIN1 w ago
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181) Leah Garcés: Turning adversaries into allies to change animal agriculture

180) Mark Charles [PART 2]: Emboldening Native Peoples to step into their role as hosts of the land

An Independent Candidate for President of the United States in 2020, Mark Charlesis a dual citizen of the U.S. and the Navajo Nation. His 2020 campaign vision is to build a nation where 'We the People' truly means 'All The People'. In this podcast episode, Mark sheds light on what it'll take for us to be able to truly address the systemic injustices embedded into our culture and society; his primary motivations to run for President of the United States as an Independent candidate; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/180 Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

22 MIN1 w ago
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180) Mark Charles [PART 2]: Emboldening Native Peoples to step into their role as hosts of the land

179) Mark Charles [PART 1]: Unveiling the deeper roots of our systemic ecological and social injustice

An Independent Candidate for President of the United States in 2020, Mark Charlesis a dual citizen of the U.S. and the Navajo Nation. His 2020 campaign vision is to build a nation where 'We the People' truly means 'All The People'. In this podcast episode, Mark sheds light on why our social and environmental injustices are even more deep-rooted than the systems that we've set up; how the U.S. constitution, primarily serving the interests of white, land-owning men, has influenced the ways that our dominant society views and treats nature; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/179 Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

32 MIN2 w ago
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179) Mark Charles [PART 1]: Unveiling the deeper roots of our systemic ecological and social injustice

178) Matthew Goldberg: The psychology of what shapes public opinion on climate science

Matthew Goldbergis a Postdoctoral Associate in the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication. His research focuses on the role of values, ideology, and social identity in persuasion and social influence. Matthew authored two recent studies, Perceived Social Consensus Can Reduce Ideological Biases on Climate Change and Discussing Global Warming Leads to Greater Acceptance of Climate Science, about the impact that discussing climate change with the people closest to you can have on their opinions. In this podcast episode, Matthew sheds light on how climate change came to be so politicized; what we need to do to engage audiences in these discussions and to raise the level of public consensus to match scientific consensus; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/178 Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

36 MIN2 w ago
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178) Matthew Goldberg: The psychology of what shapes public opinion on climate science

177) Laurie Davies Adams: How pollinator conservation can unite all for a greener, healthier earth

Laurie Davies Adamsis the President and CEO of Pollinator Partnership, where she leads the world’s largest nonprofit devoted solely to the health of all pollinators and presided over its signature initiatives: the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (NAPPC), National Pollinator Week, Eco-Regional Planting Guides, the BeeSmart Gardener App, and the U.S. Bee Buffer Project and Monarch Wings Across America. Laurie has signed agreements with over eleven federal agencies influencing over 1.5 billion acres of US land to encourage pollinator conservation. She was also a key consultant with the White House on the Presidential Memorandum on Pollinators and instrumental in the development of the National Strategy to Promote the Health of Honey Bees and Other Pollinators. In this podcast episode, Laurie sheds light on how our pollinators affect our food production, climate change, and our public health; the impact of industrializing beekeeping to serve our industrialized agriculture; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/177 Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

40 MIN3 w ago
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177) Laurie Davies Adams: How pollinator conservation can unite all for a greener, healthier earth

176) Nick Buxton [PART 2]: Militarism and its impact on societal and ecological welfare

Nick Buxtonis the co-editor of The Secure and the Dispossessed: How the Military and Corporations are Seeking to Shape a Climate-Changed World and a communications consultant at The Transnational Institute, an international research and advocacy institute committed to building a just, democratic and sustainable world. In this podcast episode, (which is PART 2 of this interview—make sure to listen to PART 1, episode 175, first!), Nick sheds light on the environmental impacts of the U.S. military-industrial complex; how an era of permanent war between countries led by our political leaders may be taking away the resources and attention needed to address the real crises that people on the grounds are facing on a day-to-day basis; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/176 Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

24 MIN3 w ago
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176) Nick Buxton [PART 2]: Militarism and its impact on societal and ecological welfare

175) Nick Buxton [PART 1]: Why framing climate change as security issues works against climate justice

Nick Buxton is the co-editor of 'The Secure and the Dispossessed: How the Military and Corporations are Seeking to Shape a Climate-Changed World' and a communications consultant at The Transnational Institute, an international research and advocacy institute committed to building a just, democratic and sustainable world. In this podcast episode, Nick shares why the prominent use of the term 'security' (such as water security, food security, border security) may be at odds with our goals to seek for climate justice; how large corporations and our government already have lesser-known plans to address climate change, but not in the ways we would want nor expect; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/175 Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

29 MINSEP 23
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175) Nick Buxton [PART 1]: Why framing climate change as security issues works against climate justice

174) Danielle Doggett: Revolutionizing the shipping industry with zero-emission sail cargo ships

Danielle Doggettis the Managing Director of Sailcargo, Inc., an emerging company that’s making freight transportation more sustainable with a carbon-neutral system. Right now, the company is in the process of building its first sailing cargo vessel, Ceiba, which will have a 100% electric engine with modern solar batteries, panels, and wind turbines and three masts to be able to sail with very little wind. The coolest part is that the batteries will charge as the ship sails, thus making it regenerative by design. In this podcast episode, Danielle sheds light on the current environmental impact of the shipping industry; how her team is going about building a carbon-neutral and regenerative cargo shipping boat; why they chose Costa Rica as the home base of this project; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/174 Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

38 MINSEP 19
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174) Danielle Doggett: Revolutionizing the shipping industry with zero-emission sail cargo ships

Latest Episodes

183) Emily Penn: The root causes and effects of ocean plastic pollution

Emily Pennis an ocean advocate and skipper who's spent the last decade exploring plastic pollution from the tropics to the Arctic. She's on a mission to inspire and facilitate a community of changemakers through her projecteXXpeditionand by training athletes and celebrities to be impactful advocates on ocean issues. In this podcast episode, Emily sheds light on why people in developed countries can't just look at the primary sources of ocean plastic pollution stemming from 'developing countries' and feel that this absolves us of responsibility; the known and unknown health impacts of chronic exposure to plastic bits and their associated chemicals; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/183 Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

36 MIN15 h ago
Comments
183) Emily Penn: The root causes and effects of ocean plastic pollution

182) Winston Chiu: Redirecting otherwise wasted meals towards those struggling with food security

Winston Chiuis the Culinary Director of Rethink Food NYC, a nonprofit organization working to recover nutritious excess food to provide low or no-cost meals to New York City families in need. Winston graduated from the Institute of Culinary Education and started Bonbite Catering, a globally inspired, locally-sourced catering firm. He later became a partner at Little Tong Noodle Shop, specializing in mixian noodles from China’s Yunnan Province. He’s also spent countless hours developing the culinary arts curriculum for the Brooklyn S.T.E.A.M. Center, an innovative business-focused public school. In this podcast episode, Winston sheds light on the relationship between food waste, marketing, and consumer perceptions of food; how we can implement and scale the solution of connecting food waste from restaurants and supermarkets, to those in need who currently live with food insecurity; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/182 Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

35 MIN4 d ago
Comments
182) Winston Chiu: Redirecting otherwise wasted meals towards those struggling with food security

181) Leah Garcés: Turning adversaries into allies to change animal agriculture

Leah Garcésis the President of Mercy For Animalsand a leader in the animal protection movement. She is also the author of Grilled: Turning Adversaries into Allies to Change the Chicken Industry. In her book, Leah describes her experiences working with farmers and food industry leaders to reduce animal suffering, build a better food system, and shine a light on the thriving and rapidly growing plant-based food sector through dialogue and discussion. In this podcast episode, Leah sheds light on the social, health and ecological impacts of factory farming, which dominates animal agriculture in the United States; the value and opportunities that lie in reaching across the aisle to work with people we may view as our adversaries; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/181 Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

44 MIN1 w ago
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181) Leah Garcés: Turning adversaries into allies to change animal agriculture

180) Mark Charles [PART 2]: Emboldening Native Peoples to step into their role as hosts of the land

An Independent Candidate for President of the United States in 2020, Mark Charlesis a dual citizen of the U.S. and the Navajo Nation. His 2020 campaign vision is to build a nation where 'We the People' truly means 'All The People'. In this podcast episode, Mark sheds light on what it'll take for us to be able to truly address the systemic injustices embedded into our culture and society; his primary motivations to run for President of the United States as an Independent candidate; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/180 Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

22 MIN1 w ago
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180) Mark Charles [PART 2]: Emboldening Native Peoples to step into their role as hosts of the land

179) Mark Charles [PART 1]: Unveiling the deeper roots of our systemic ecological and social injustice

An Independent Candidate for President of the United States in 2020, Mark Charlesis a dual citizen of the U.S. and the Navajo Nation. His 2020 campaign vision is to build a nation where 'We the People' truly means 'All The People'. In this podcast episode, Mark sheds light on why our social and environmental injustices are even more deep-rooted than the systems that we've set up; how the U.S. constitution, primarily serving the interests of white, land-owning men, has influenced the ways that our dominant society views and treats nature; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/179 Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

32 MIN2 w ago
Comments
179) Mark Charles [PART 1]: Unveiling the deeper roots of our systemic ecological and social injustice

178) Matthew Goldberg: The psychology of what shapes public opinion on climate science

Matthew Goldbergis a Postdoctoral Associate in the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication. His research focuses on the role of values, ideology, and social identity in persuasion and social influence. Matthew authored two recent studies, Perceived Social Consensus Can Reduce Ideological Biases on Climate Change and Discussing Global Warming Leads to Greater Acceptance of Climate Science, about the impact that discussing climate change with the people closest to you can have on their opinions. In this podcast episode, Matthew sheds light on how climate change came to be so politicized; what we need to do to engage audiences in these discussions and to raise the level of public consensus to match scientific consensus; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/178 Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

36 MIN2 w ago
Comments
178) Matthew Goldberg: The psychology of what shapes public opinion on climate science

177) Laurie Davies Adams: How pollinator conservation can unite all for a greener, healthier earth

Laurie Davies Adamsis the President and CEO of Pollinator Partnership, where she leads the world’s largest nonprofit devoted solely to the health of all pollinators and presided over its signature initiatives: the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (NAPPC), National Pollinator Week, Eco-Regional Planting Guides, the BeeSmart Gardener App, and the U.S. Bee Buffer Project and Monarch Wings Across America. Laurie has signed agreements with over eleven federal agencies influencing over 1.5 billion acres of US land to encourage pollinator conservation. She was also a key consultant with the White House on the Presidential Memorandum on Pollinators and instrumental in the development of the National Strategy to Promote the Health of Honey Bees and Other Pollinators. In this podcast episode, Laurie sheds light on how our pollinators affect our food production, climate change, and our public health; the impact of industrializing beekeeping to serve our industrialized agriculture; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/177 Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

40 MIN3 w ago
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177) Laurie Davies Adams: How pollinator conservation can unite all for a greener, healthier earth

176) Nick Buxton [PART 2]: Militarism and its impact on societal and ecological welfare

Nick Buxtonis the co-editor of The Secure and the Dispossessed: How the Military and Corporations are Seeking to Shape a Climate-Changed World and a communications consultant at The Transnational Institute, an international research and advocacy institute committed to building a just, democratic and sustainable world. In this podcast episode, (which is PART 2 of this interview—make sure to listen to PART 1, episode 175, first!), Nick sheds light on the environmental impacts of the U.S. military-industrial complex; how an era of permanent war between countries led by our political leaders may be taking away the resources and attention needed to address the real crises that people on the grounds are facing on a day-to-day basis; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/176 Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

24 MIN3 w ago
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176) Nick Buxton [PART 2]: Militarism and its impact on societal and ecological welfare

175) Nick Buxton [PART 1]: Why framing climate change as security issues works against climate justice

Nick Buxton is the co-editor of 'The Secure and the Dispossessed: How the Military and Corporations are Seeking to Shape a Climate-Changed World' and a communications consultant at The Transnational Institute, an international research and advocacy institute committed to building a just, democratic and sustainable world. In this podcast episode, Nick shares why the prominent use of the term 'security' (such as water security, food security, border security) may be at odds with our goals to seek for climate justice; how large corporations and our government already have lesser-known plans to address climate change, but not in the ways we would want nor expect; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/175 Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

29 MINSEP 23
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175) Nick Buxton [PART 1]: Why framing climate change as security issues works against climate justice

174) Danielle Doggett: Revolutionizing the shipping industry with zero-emission sail cargo ships

Danielle Doggettis the Managing Director of Sailcargo, Inc., an emerging company that’s making freight transportation more sustainable with a carbon-neutral system. Right now, the company is in the process of building its first sailing cargo vessel, Ceiba, which will have a 100% electric engine with modern solar batteries, panels, and wind turbines and three masts to be able to sail with very little wind. The coolest part is that the batteries will charge as the ship sails, thus making it regenerative by design. In this podcast episode, Danielle sheds light on the current environmental impact of the shipping industry; how her team is going about building a carbon-neutral and regenerative cargo shipping boat; why they chose Costa Rica as the home base of this project; and more. Episode notes: www.greendreamer.com/174 Support the show: www.greendreamer.com/support Weekly solutions-based news: www.greendreamer.com/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/greendreamerpodcast

38 MINSEP 19
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174) Danielle Doggett: Revolutionizing the shipping industry with zero-emission sail cargo ships

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