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ECO CHIC

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ECO CHIC

ECO CHIC

Laura E Diez

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Practical science + sustainability!! Environmentalism for everyone!!

Latest Episodes

62: How We Could Reduce The Societal, Economic Burdens of Trash

Let’s get analytical today when we talk about waste: what is it really costing our communities? We’re discussing the economic and social downfalls of a disposable society, plus possible solutions. It’s easy to simply encourage recycling and composting, but we also have to realize the policies and infrastructure currently in place. Waste-To-Energy electricity and fuel generation is also a hot topic, but there are cons to those systems, too. Where do we need our markets to go, and how do we deal with the trash we already have? Connect! @ecochicpodcast + @lauraediez on Instagram, or www.lauraediez.com Info + Inspo * “Advancing Sustainable Materials Management: Facts and Figures.” by Environmental Protection Agency, 2017* “The economics of municipal solid waste.”by Beede, David N., and David E. Bloom* “What a waste: a global review of solid waste management.” by Hoornweg, Daniel, and Perinaz Bhada-Tata* “Issues and options in waste management: a social cost–benefit analysis of waste-to-energy in the UK.”by Hoornweg, Daniel, and Perinaz Bhada-Tata* “Municipal waste management systems for domestic use.”by Jouhara, H., et al.

15 MIN1 days ago
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62: How We Could Reduce The Societal, Economic Burdens of Trash

61: Eco Tech and More Sustainable Audio

There is a lot of speculation on if technology will save us from a climate crisis … today, we’re bringing that conversation down to a much more personal level. How are the products you’re inviting into your life impacting the environment? We’re sitting today with Josh Poulsen of House of Marley, an eco-conscious brand of personal audio products. We are getting into the challenges with designing sustainable speakers and headphones, a more responsible supply change, and where the technology industry as a whole needs to be headed. Find House of Marley online at houseofmarley.com and @houseofmarley Let’s please connect! Find me @ecochicpodcast and @lauraediez on Instagram, and via email through lauraediez.com

28 MIN1 weeks ago
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61: Eco Tech and More Sustainable Audio

60: Clean, Conscious Beauty: Waterless, Responsible, Customizable Beauty from Food Waste

We’re talking today about shopping for beauty products the same way you shop for groceries: personalized, food-grade organic, ethically sourced, and even a little spiritual. Tina Hedges, founder of LOLI Beauty, joins us to discuss how LOLI is on a mission to stir up clean, conscious beauty. Makeup, skincare, and haircare products are crafted from organic food waste, and also contain no water, addressing issues of scarcity and high-end food byproducts that are often overlooked. Coming from the beauty industry, Tina thinks deeper about improving products that are impacting our personal health, but also how our environmental footprints and bigger-picture supply chains can be more righteous. Find LOLI Beauty online at www.lolibeauty.com and use code ‘ECOCHIC15’ for 15% off (I’m honestly obsessed!). Follow on instagram at @loli.beauty Connect with me on instagram, @ecochicpodcast + @lauraediez or online at lauraediez.com

34 MIN2 weeks ago
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60: Clean, Conscious Beauty: Waterless, Responsible, Customizable Beauty from Food Waste

Latest Episodes

62: How We Could Reduce The Societal, Economic Burdens of Trash

Let’s get analytical today when we talk about waste: what is it really costing our communities? We’re discussing the economic and social downfalls of a disposable society, plus possible solutions. It’s easy to simply encourage recycling and composting, but we also have to realize the policies and infrastructure currently in place. Waste-To-Energy electricity and fuel generation is also a hot topic, but there are cons to those systems, too. Where do we need our markets to go, and how do we deal with the trash we already have? Connect! @ecochicpodcast + @lauraediez on Instagram, or www.lauraediez.com Info + Inspo * “Advancing Sustainable Materials Management: Facts and Figures.” by Environmental Protection Agency, 2017* “The economics of municipal solid waste.”by Beede, David N., and David E. Bloom* “What a waste: a global review of solid waste management.” by Hoornweg, Daniel, and Perinaz Bhada-Tata* “Issues and options in waste management: a social cost–benefit analysis of waste-to-energy in the UK.”by Hoornweg, Daniel, and Perinaz Bhada-Tata* “Municipal waste management systems for domestic use.”by Jouhara, H., et al.

15 MIN1 days ago
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62: How We Could Reduce The Societal, Economic Burdens of Trash

61: Eco Tech and More Sustainable Audio

There is a lot of speculation on if technology will save us from a climate crisis … today, we’re bringing that conversation down to a much more personal level. How are the products you’re inviting into your life impacting the environment? We’re sitting today with Josh Poulsen of House of Marley, an eco-conscious brand of personal audio products. We are getting into the challenges with designing sustainable speakers and headphones, a more responsible supply change, and where the technology industry as a whole needs to be headed. Find House of Marley online at houseofmarley.com and @houseofmarley Let’s please connect! Find me @ecochicpodcast and @lauraediez on Instagram, and via email through lauraediez.com

28 MIN1 weeks ago
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61: Eco Tech and More Sustainable Audio

60: Clean, Conscious Beauty: Waterless, Responsible, Customizable Beauty from Food Waste

We’re talking today about shopping for beauty products the same way you shop for groceries: personalized, food-grade organic, ethically sourced, and even a little spiritual. Tina Hedges, founder of LOLI Beauty, joins us to discuss how LOLI is on a mission to stir up clean, conscious beauty. Makeup, skincare, and haircare products are crafted from organic food waste, and also contain no water, addressing issues of scarcity and high-end food byproducts that are often overlooked. Coming from the beauty industry, Tina thinks deeper about improving products that are impacting our personal health, but also how our environmental footprints and bigger-picture supply chains can be more righteous. Find LOLI Beauty online at www.lolibeauty.com and use code ‘ECOCHIC15’ for 15% off (I’m honestly obsessed!). Follow on instagram at @loli.beauty Connect with me on instagram, @ecochicpodcast + @lauraediez or online at lauraediez.com

34 MIN2 weeks ago
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60: Clean, Conscious Beauty: Waterless, Responsible, Customizable Beauty from Food Waste
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