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An environmental discussion with hosts Louis Masai and Adam Hylu and a guest

Latest Episodes

Episode eleven - we talk about how environmental charities can collaborate with the creative sector, palm oil and protesting

Episode Eleven–Jessica Sweiden (Synchronicity Earth) In this episode we sit down and talk with the inspiring JessicaSweiden, who is the founding director with herhusband AdamSweiden of the environmental charityorganisationSynchronicity Earth.Synchronicity Earths mission statement is to – “act to address overlooked and underfunded conservation challenges for globally threatened species and ecosystems.” One of the key factors that makes Synchronicity Earth such a unique charity is that they frequently work along side the creative industry – Jessica explains how that came into effect and what thebenefits are behind that for a charity. We touch on protest and activism via thoughts on the extinction rebellion and also gain a wider understanding of the palm oilindustry. We talk about whatbiodiversity and monoculture is. And it also becomes apparent that Peter Gabriel is in fact a G. Episode eleven tracklist: Jessica’s track:Come Talk To Me– Peter GabrielAdam’s track:Ghetto Skank Dub (Dubplate) – Sleepy Time GhostLouis’s track:Black Voices– Tony AllenThe remix track:Come Talk To Me– Bon Iver Find out more about Jessica’s projects here… https://www.synchronicityearth.orghttps://vimeo.com/129900424https://vimeo.com/309486675https://vimeo.com/244819721 A useful article about sustainable palm oil products: http://www.bunnyarmy.org/articles/list-palm-oil-sustainable-companies.html

89 MINSEP 7
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Episode eleven - we talk about how environmental charities can collaborate with the creative sector, palm oil and protesting

Episode 10 - we talk about how amazing hemp is and the sustainable fashion industry

Episode Ten – Gav Lawson THTC Gav Lawson started as a DJ and admirer of the plant cannabis whilst studying in Bristol many years ago – which then turned into a hemp fashion brand that we all know and love called THTC (The Hemp Trading Company). THTC is an ethically driven clothing label. They produce eco-friendly and politically conscious street wear, made from hemp,carbon-neutral organic cotton, and recycled salvage plastic fibres. Planted by the Lawson brothers back in 1999, THTC was watered with urban music, and fed with a love of life and street culture. THTC has since grown into an influential global street-wear brand, with a flourishing online community. We sit down, drink hemp tea and talk about the music scene, the artist Mau Mau, the implications of being a pioneer eco fashion brand and of course the cannabis plant and the theories that surround its legality. Did you know that one of Henry Ford’s first cars was made of hemp plastic, the first Levis jeans were hemp and th...

74 MINAUG 2
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Episode 10 - we talk about how amazing hemp is and the sustainable fashion industry

Episode 9 - up-cycling & re-cycling of cardboard to make life-like animal sculptures.

Episode Nine – Laurence Vallières Laurence is a Canadian cardboard artist – she makes incredibly life-like sculptures of animals in variations of sizes from life-size chimps jumping on overturned cars to oversized gorillas. Finding herself nestled within the urban contemporary art movement, she travels around the world exhibiting with galleries, but also appearing as a feature artist at mural festivals and art fairs. Having always been interested in found objects, Laurence has naturally been attracted to using recycled cardboard. It’s widely available and very often discarded. The use of cardboard in her work is intended to echo the notions of the impermanence and fragility of nature. She has recently started to use recycled plastic in her work.She says – “I’m concerned about the amount of plastic polluting our waters, so I am finding ways to re-purpose this material by working it into my art.My sculptures will continue to question and reflect my views on the environment and ...

65 MINJUL 5
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Episode 9 - up-cycling & re-cycling of cardboard to make life-like animal sculptures.

Episode 8 - We talk lots about trees, event organising and spoken word.

Episode Eight – Dan Tsu If lyrics are your thing and you’re a Londoner we can’t imagine you won’t have heard of the Lyrix Organix collective. Dan Tsu is an innovative curator and one of the hardest working event organiser’s in the scene. Lyrix has worked with so many, many talented artists from Ed Shearan to Kate Tempest, Rodney P to Anthony Anaxagorou, the list is expansive and highly impressive. We were super excited to welcome Dan to the ‘Lion Room’ at Unit 137 HQ for a deep and meaningful chat about trees, how much we all love them and how important it is to have a discussion about trees without sounding like a “hippy tree hugger”. Of course we were three selectas sat around a sound system, so we also have a whole heap to say about music production, vinyl pressing and the energy zapping exercise of organising these events we all love so much… Episode Eight tracklist: Dan’s track: Solid As A Rock – SizzlaAdam’s track: Revolution – onlyjoeLouis’s track: Honeycomb –...

70 MIN2018 DEC 5
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Episode 8 - We talk lots about trees, event organising and spoken word.

Episode 7 - What is it like to be on the front line protecting elephants? - lets find out

Episode Seven – Greta Francesca Lori In this episode we learn what it means to be on the frontline of an environmental war. Greta is a freelance consultant for the illegal trafficking & poaching of wildlife; she specializes in African and particularly Ethiopian wildlife. We discuss her experiences with meeting rhino & elephant poachers and find out why there is no such thing as a quick fix to the illegal wildlife trade. We talk a lot about Ethiopia and the efforts that Greta focuses on with regards to protecting the elephant population they have. We salute Greta & her colleagues for upholding their integrity & force for good. Episode Seven tracklist: Greta’s track: Emnete – Mulatu AstatkeAdam’s track:Play With Fire Remix by Dubkasm – onlyjoeLouis’s track: As We Enter – Damian Marley & Nas The remix track: Sound Of The Police Mixtape – Cut Chemist Find out more about Greta’s projects here… Instagram – @theitaliopianTwitter – @theitaliopian http://www.chroniclesofanitaliop...

65 MIN2018 NOV 29
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Episode 7 - What is it like to be on the front line protecting elephants? - lets find out

Episode 6 - We discuss the awesome planet conscious Body Shop and their mission statements.

Charlotte Adjchavanich has worked for The Body Shop in the UK for the last four years, at the time of our discussion The Body Shop had just merged with Natura, a Brazilian ethical and sustainable natural products company. We talk about Anita Roddick the founder of The Body Shop who started the ‘no animal testing’ campaign in the UK and EU – The Body Shop is now fighting to make a worldwide ban. Louis first met Charlotte working on a ‘Bio Bridges’ project painting a Red Shanked Douc mural in Walthamstow as part of The Body shop outreach program. We touch on Chemical vs. Natural compounds in cosmetics and micro beads too. Episode Six tracklist: Charlotte’s track: Next Episode – Snoop Dog & Dr. DreLouis’s track: Chest Wide Open – Lyrics BornAdam’s track:Wicked Land Remix by Sleepy Time Ghost – OnlyjoeThe remix track: The Edge – David McCallum Find out more about Body Shop projects here… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4neIwoNeF8&feature=youtu.be https://www.youtube.com/wa...

63 MIN2018 NOV 29
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Episode 6 - We discuss the awesome planet conscious Body Shop and their mission statements.

Episode 5 - We chat about making films and implications of carbon emitting flights.

Emil is a world traveling documentary maker, self-taught and constantly finding new ways to explore his creative direction. Over the past couple of years Emil has become particular interested in creating environmental thinking footage, unfortunately when you travel as much as he does, you burn a lot of carbon emissions. He worked out that a vegan diet burns on average – 1.5 tones a year, a vegetarian – 1.7 tones a year, and a meat eater 3.5 tones a year and then a return flight to San Francisco is 3.2 tones. This led us to discuss lots about carbon emissions in this episode. Episode Five tracklist: Emils’s track: Good To Be Back Home – Charles BradleyLouis’s track: What You Say – INIAdam’s track:Afi Get A Beating – Jah DefenderThe remix track: Blues For My Baby – James Brown Find out more about Emil’s projects here… https://vimeo.com/193156330 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fs4pL42cAN4&feature=youtu.be https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_g_zXDUapyw&feature=youtu.be https://...

61 MIN2018 NOV 29
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Episode 5 - We chat about making films and implications of carbon emitting flights.

Episode 4 - A discussion about the environment and permaculture in cities.

Laura at the time of recording this deep conversation was at the beginning of a new chapter in her environmentally conscious journey. Prior to which she had spent working with Synchronicity Earth, now a freelance activist and raring to create her own projects. In this podcast we discuss her interests in urban gardening, food habits, land grabs, and the impacts that the youth will have on future environmental justice. Episode Four tracklist: Laura’s track: Young Gifted & Black – Bob Andy & Marcia GriffithsLouis’s track: Blackbird – Fat Freddy’s DropAdam’s track:Uplifting – Hylu & Jago feat. Galak SpiritualThe remix track: Young Gifted & Black – Prince Buster Find out more about Laura’s projects here… https://vimeo.com/129900424https://vimeo.com/123079465

64 MIN2018 OCT 25
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Episode 4 - A discussion about the environment and permaculture in cities.

Episode 3 - A discussion about human-animal conflict and film making

Bex Bohea, is a mega, huge animal lover. In this episode we discuss her expertise as a documentary maker and her focus on spreading an awareness of human and animal conflict around the world. Bex is excited to create, direct, film, edit and produce a whole documentary of her own one-day soon…stay tuned. Episode Three tracklist: Bex’s track: You Got The Love – The XXLouis’s track: One Day Revolution – Copia Doble Systema (Schlachthofbronx Remix)Adam’s track: Babylon – Sleepy Time Ghost (Hylu & Jago Remix)The remix track: You Got The Love – Florence and The Machine Find out more about Bex here… https://vimeo.com/203259109https://www.durrell.org/wildlife/underhogs/http://www.chesterzoo.org/conservation-and-science/where-we-work/south-asia/assam-haathihttp://www.chesterzoo.org/conservation-and-science/where-we-work/south-asia/assam-haathi

59 MIN2018 OCT 25
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Episode 3 - A discussion about human-animal conflict and film making

Episode 2 - A discussion about loving the planet more and mental health.

David Shillinglaw – a visual artist, describes himself as a mind adventurer, where the left half of the brain explores the right one. Unanswered, impulsive, instinctive and restless – in this episode we talk about mental health, climate change, the end of the world and the need to remind the world that it’s good to be happy. Episode Two tracklist: David’s track: Do Your Thing – C.Wright & The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm BandLouis’s track: Love and Happiness – Al GreenAdam’s track: Rule Your Destiny – Sleepy Time Ghost feat. Ras DemoThe remix track: Do Your Thing – Leroy Sibbles Find out more about David here… davidshillinglaw.co.ukwww.youtube.com/watch?v=gP_RukR7x3s Follow David on social media… Twitter: @dodeshillinglawInstagram: @davidshillinglaw

65 MIN2018 OCT 25
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Episode 2 - A discussion about loving the planet more and mental health.

Latest Episodes

Episode eleven - we talk about how environmental charities can collaborate with the creative sector, palm oil and protesting

Episode Eleven–Jessica Sweiden (Synchronicity Earth) In this episode we sit down and talk with the inspiring JessicaSweiden, who is the founding director with herhusband AdamSweiden of the environmental charityorganisationSynchronicity Earth.Synchronicity Earths mission statement is to – “act to address overlooked and underfunded conservation challenges for globally threatened species and ecosystems.” One of the key factors that makes Synchronicity Earth such a unique charity is that they frequently work along side the creative industry – Jessica explains how that came into effect and what thebenefits are behind that for a charity. We touch on protest and activism via thoughts on the extinction rebellion and also gain a wider understanding of the palm oilindustry. We talk about whatbiodiversity and monoculture is. And it also becomes apparent that Peter Gabriel is in fact a G. Episode eleven tracklist: Jessica’s track:Come Talk To Me– Peter GabrielAdam’s track:Ghetto Skank Dub (Dubplate) – Sleepy Time GhostLouis’s track:Black Voices– Tony AllenThe remix track:Come Talk To Me– Bon Iver Find out more about Jessica’s projects here… https://www.synchronicityearth.orghttps://vimeo.com/129900424https://vimeo.com/309486675https://vimeo.com/244819721 A useful article about sustainable palm oil products: http://www.bunnyarmy.org/articles/list-palm-oil-sustainable-companies.html

89 MINSEP 7
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Episode eleven - we talk about how environmental charities can collaborate with the creative sector, palm oil and protesting

Episode 10 - we talk about how amazing hemp is and the sustainable fashion industry

Episode Ten – Gav Lawson THTC Gav Lawson started as a DJ and admirer of the plant cannabis whilst studying in Bristol many years ago – which then turned into a hemp fashion brand that we all know and love called THTC (The Hemp Trading Company). THTC is an ethically driven clothing label. They produce eco-friendly and politically conscious street wear, made from hemp,carbon-neutral organic cotton, and recycled salvage plastic fibres. Planted by the Lawson brothers back in 1999, THTC was watered with urban music, and fed with a love of life and street culture. THTC has since grown into an influential global street-wear brand, with a flourishing online community. We sit down, drink hemp tea and talk about the music scene, the artist Mau Mau, the implications of being a pioneer eco fashion brand and of course the cannabis plant and the theories that surround its legality. Did you know that one of Henry Ford’s first cars was made of hemp plastic, the first Levis jeans were hemp and th...

74 MINAUG 2
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Episode 10 - we talk about how amazing hemp is and the sustainable fashion industry

Episode 9 - up-cycling & re-cycling of cardboard to make life-like animal sculptures.

Episode Nine – Laurence Vallières Laurence is a Canadian cardboard artist – she makes incredibly life-like sculptures of animals in variations of sizes from life-size chimps jumping on overturned cars to oversized gorillas. Finding herself nestled within the urban contemporary art movement, she travels around the world exhibiting with galleries, but also appearing as a feature artist at mural festivals and art fairs. Having always been interested in found objects, Laurence has naturally been attracted to using recycled cardboard. It’s widely available and very often discarded. The use of cardboard in her work is intended to echo the notions of the impermanence and fragility of nature. She has recently started to use recycled plastic in her work.She says – “I’m concerned about the amount of plastic polluting our waters, so I am finding ways to re-purpose this material by working it into my art.My sculptures will continue to question and reflect my views on the environment and ...

65 MINJUL 5
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Episode 9 - up-cycling & re-cycling of cardboard to make life-like animal sculptures.

Episode 8 - We talk lots about trees, event organising and spoken word.

Episode Eight – Dan Tsu If lyrics are your thing and you’re a Londoner we can’t imagine you won’t have heard of the Lyrix Organix collective. Dan Tsu is an innovative curator and one of the hardest working event organiser’s in the scene. Lyrix has worked with so many, many talented artists from Ed Shearan to Kate Tempest, Rodney P to Anthony Anaxagorou, the list is expansive and highly impressive. We were super excited to welcome Dan to the ‘Lion Room’ at Unit 137 HQ for a deep and meaningful chat about trees, how much we all love them and how important it is to have a discussion about trees without sounding like a “hippy tree hugger”. Of course we were three selectas sat around a sound system, so we also have a whole heap to say about music production, vinyl pressing and the energy zapping exercise of organising these events we all love so much… Episode Eight tracklist: Dan’s track: Solid As A Rock – SizzlaAdam’s track: Revolution – onlyjoeLouis’s track: Honeycomb –...

70 MIN2018 DEC 5
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Episode 8 - We talk lots about trees, event organising and spoken word.

Episode 7 - What is it like to be on the front line protecting elephants? - lets find out

Episode Seven – Greta Francesca Lori In this episode we learn what it means to be on the frontline of an environmental war. Greta is a freelance consultant for the illegal trafficking & poaching of wildlife; she specializes in African and particularly Ethiopian wildlife. We discuss her experiences with meeting rhino & elephant poachers and find out why there is no such thing as a quick fix to the illegal wildlife trade. We talk a lot about Ethiopia and the efforts that Greta focuses on with regards to protecting the elephant population they have. We salute Greta & her colleagues for upholding their integrity & force for good. Episode Seven tracklist: Greta’s track: Emnete – Mulatu AstatkeAdam’s track:Play With Fire Remix by Dubkasm – onlyjoeLouis’s track: As We Enter – Damian Marley & Nas The remix track: Sound Of The Police Mixtape – Cut Chemist Find out more about Greta’s projects here… Instagram – @theitaliopianTwitter – @theitaliopian http://www.chroniclesofanitaliop...

65 MIN2018 NOV 29
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Episode 7 - What is it like to be on the front line protecting elephants? - lets find out

Episode 6 - We discuss the awesome planet conscious Body Shop and their mission statements.

Charlotte Adjchavanich has worked for The Body Shop in the UK for the last four years, at the time of our discussion The Body Shop had just merged with Natura, a Brazilian ethical and sustainable natural products company. We talk about Anita Roddick the founder of The Body Shop who started the ‘no animal testing’ campaign in the UK and EU – The Body Shop is now fighting to make a worldwide ban. Louis first met Charlotte working on a ‘Bio Bridges’ project painting a Red Shanked Douc mural in Walthamstow as part of The Body shop outreach program. We touch on Chemical vs. Natural compounds in cosmetics and micro beads too. Episode Six tracklist: Charlotte’s track: Next Episode – Snoop Dog & Dr. DreLouis’s track: Chest Wide Open – Lyrics BornAdam’s track:Wicked Land Remix by Sleepy Time Ghost – OnlyjoeThe remix track: The Edge – David McCallum Find out more about Body Shop projects here… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4neIwoNeF8&feature=youtu.be https://www.youtube.com/wa...

63 MIN2018 NOV 29
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Episode 6 - We discuss the awesome planet conscious Body Shop and their mission statements.

Episode 5 - We chat about making films and implications of carbon emitting flights.

Emil is a world traveling documentary maker, self-taught and constantly finding new ways to explore his creative direction. Over the past couple of years Emil has become particular interested in creating environmental thinking footage, unfortunately when you travel as much as he does, you burn a lot of carbon emissions. He worked out that a vegan diet burns on average – 1.5 tones a year, a vegetarian – 1.7 tones a year, and a meat eater 3.5 tones a year and then a return flight to San Francisco is 3.2 tones. This led us to discuss lots about carbon emissions in this episode. Episode Five tracklist: Emils’s track: Good To Be Back Home – Charles BradleyLouis’s track: What You Say – INIAdam’s track:Afi Get A Beating – Jah DefenderThe remix track: Blues For My Baby – James Brown Find out more about Emil’s projects here… https://vimeo.com/193156330 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fs4pL42cAN4&feature=youtu.be https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_g_zXDUapyw&feature=youtu.be https://...

61 MIN2018 NOV 29
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Episode 5 - We chat about making films and implications of carbon emitting flights.

Episode 4 - A discussion about the environment and permaculture in cities.

Laura at the time of recording this deep conversation was at the beginning of a new chapter in her environmentally conscious journey. Prior to which she had spent working with Synchronicity Earth, now a freelance activist and raring to create her own projects. In this podcast we discuss her interests in urban gardening, food habits, land grabs, and the impacts that the youth will have on future environmental justice. Episode Four tracklist: Laura’s track: Young Gifted & Black – Bob Andy & Marcia GriffithsLouis’s track: Blackbird – Fat Freddy’s DropAdam’s track:Uplifting – Hylu & Jago feat. Galak SpiritualThe remix track: Young Gifted & Black – Prince Buster Find out more about Laura’s projects here… https://vimeo.com/129900424https://vimeo.com/123079465

64 MIN2018 OCT 25
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Episode 4 - A discussion about the environment and permaculture in cities.

Episode 3 - A discussion about human-animal conflict and film making

Bex Bohea, is a mega, huge animal lover. In this episode we discuss her expertise as a documentary maker and her focus on spreading an awareness of human and animal conflict around the world. Bex is excited to create, direct, film, edit and produce a whole documentary of her own one-day soon…stay tuned. Episode Three tracklist: Bex’s track: You Got The Love – The XXLouis’s track: One Day Revolution – Copia Doble Systema (Schlachthofbronx Remix)Adam’s track: Babylon – Sleepy Time Ghost (Hylu & Jago Remix)The remix track: You Got The Love – Florence and The Machine Find out more about Bex here… https://vimeo.com/203259109https://www.durrell.org/wildlife/underhogs/http://www.chesterzoo.org/conservation-and-science/where-we-work/south-asia/assam-haathihttp://www.chesterzoo.org/conservation-and-science/where-we-work/south-asia/assam-haathi

59 MIN2018 OCT 25
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Episode 3 - A discussion about human-animal conflict and film making

Episode 2 - A discussion about loving the planet more and mental health.

David Shillinglaw – a visual artist, describes himself as a mind adventurer, where the left half of the brain explores the right one. Unanswered, impulsive, instinctive and restless – in this episode we talk about mental health, climate change, the end of the world and the need to remind the world that it’s good to be happy. Episode Two tracklist: David’s track: Do Your Thing – C.Wright & The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm BandLouis’s track: Love and Happiness – Al GreenAdam’s track: Rule Your Destiny – Sleepy Time Ghost feat. Ras DemoThe remix track: Do Your Thing – Leroy Sibbles Find out more about David here… davidshillinglaw.co.ukwww.youtube.com/watch?v=gP_RukR7x3s Follow David on social media… Twitter: @dodeshillinglawInstagram: @davidshillinglaw

65 MIN2018 OCT 25
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Episode 2 - A discussion about loving the planet more and mental health.