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Ep 20. Sustainable Resolutions

Happy New Year guys. I know it doesn't feel like it for a lot of people, especially due to the ongoing fires in Australia. Personally, I find it so hard to not be overwhelmed when such disasters happen but the only thing I can do that alleviates this dread in me is knowing there is still life right now therefore there is still hope and I must do what I can.

In this (delightfully short) episode I suggest 6 resolutions you can take your pick of for 2020, or adopt them whenever you like if that's your jam! I also give a quick summary and shout out to all the guests I've had in 2019 and of course to you guys, the listeners. Thank you all so much.

I'll be back in 2020 at some point with more inspiring and educational interviews.

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Ep 18. Offsetting Carbon & Creating Social Change with Vita – Holly Hughes

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In this episode I interview Holly Hughes from Vita Ireland, a charity focusing on climate justice and human rights at the same time. Their model is one many could learn from. Have a listen, rate, review & let me know what you think!

We chatted about:

  • Holly’s background before working with Vita.
  • Who Vita are & what they do.
  • What life is life for communities in Ethiopia and Eritrea.
  • How locals receive Vita.
  • How carbon credits and offsetting carbon works.
  • How their investment programme works.
  • Making sure your offsets are accredited by Gold Standard.
  • The pricing of carbon credits.
  • How to support Vita: gift packages and impact fund.
An example of the stove I was trying to explain in the episode!

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Ep 4. Carbon Free Books, Supporting Charities & Social Change – Rónán Ó’Dálaigh

In this episode I interview entrepreneur Rónán Ó'Dálaigh. You'll soon hear Rónán is a man of many ideas regarding social change. He has been involved with several initiatives and business thus far such as SEDco, Impact Events and the star of the show: Thriftify, a one stop online shop for second books in charity shops nationwide. In this episode, we talk about:

  • How Rónán realised he had an interest in entrepreneurship and positive social change from a young age.
  • Advice for entrepreneurs starting out.
  • His background in big corporations.
  • Why SEDco started and what they aim to achieve.
  • What Thriftify is and how it works.

If you'd like to get in touch with Rónán, you can e-mail him at info@thriftify.ie or visit their website www.thriftify.ie.

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