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Welcome to the Green Element Podcast!

This podcast aims to promote and inspire sustainability in business. Every week we will interview a new business and talk about how it’s embedding sustainability into its culture and operations. You will benefit from hearing insights from different types of business, different sizes of business and also different industries and each interview will give you inspirational insights, ideas and lessons learned that you can take away and implement in your own organisation.

This podcast is aimed at anyone committed to making sustainable change in the world – it doesn’t matter if you are a business owner, a director or a new employee in a business. Anyone can make an impact and we want to give you as much support as we can to do so.

Green Element Weekly Interview with Anne-Charlotte Mornington from Olio

Green Element Weekly Interview with Anne-Charlotte Mornington from Olio

Green Element weekly podcast Interview with Anne Charlotte Mornington from OLIO   We are thrilled to be interviewing Anne Charlotte Mornington from OLIO. Anne Charlotte Mornington pursued a BA Hons in Fine Art and an MSc in Management where she wrote her thesis on the topic of food waste. While working for Tech City UK in 2015, she was introduced to OLIO and has been part of the team ever since. Her focus is on international expansion and business development. After instigating OLIO sharing communities in Sweden and California, she is currently working on community growth in Mexico...

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Green Element Weekly Interview with Anne van Eijsden from Paper on the Rock

Green Element Weekly Interview with Anne van Eijsden from Paper on the Rock

Green Element weekly podcast Interview with Anne Pleun van Eijsden from Paper on the Rocks.   Today we’re joined by Anne Pleun van Eijsden from Paper on the Rocks. She started Paper on the Rocks in late 2015. After studying International Law, a bachelor in History and minor in Chinese she worked as an e-commerce marketeer. But from a young age she felt that she wanted to make a difference by becoming an entrepreneur who was 'doing good'. Then she encountered stonepaper. A beautiful alternative to traditional pulp paper. Almost overnight she started Paper on the Rocks - without a plan...

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Green Element Weekly Interview with Joseph Kennedy from Cpath

Green Element Weekly Interview with Joseph Kennedy from Cpath

Green Element weekly podcast Interview with Joseph Kennedy from Content Pathway    We are thrilled to be intervieing Joseph Kennedy from Content Pathway, The UK's #1 Environmental Copywriter & Interviewer. The environment can't speak for itself, that's why we have to produce regular and engaging content that sparks discussion, encourages action, and inspires people to make decisions on its behalf. That's where I come in. With a background in recycling, waste management, sustainability and journalism, and with a client base ranging from electric supercar manufacturers to local...

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Green Element Weekly Interview with Tim Dew from Mount Parnassus

Green Element Weekly Interview with Tim Dew from Mount Parnassus

  Green Element weekly podcast Interview with Tim Dew from Games Without Frontiers We are thrilled to be interviewing Tim Dew from Games Without Frontiers. Tim started Games Without Frontiers to rapidly accelerate the way that people learn. It works on two key principles: 1. That the only way you can get someone to believe in an idea is to believe it was theirs in the first place and, 2. That we only learn through experience. Rocket, our first learning platform, teaches teams of people how to run a whole business in a single day. It's being hailed as the future of learning by...

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Green Element weekly podcast Interview with Robin Pointon from Go Travel Solutions

Green Element Weekly Interview with Robin Pointin from Go Travel Solutions

Green Element weekly podcast Interview with Robin Pointon from Go Travel Solutions   Today we’re joined by Robin Pointon, Go Travel Solutions is a specialist consultancy for sustainable transport, serving employers, public bodies and travel providers founded in 2008. The enterprise currently employs five staff members with offices in Leicester and Bristol and holds at its core, the following aims: Sustainability - to reduce carbon impact through both the enterprise’s operations and in the solutions that it provides to clients and partners Health and social well-being - to provide...

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Green Element weekly podcast Interview with Marco Karman from Be More You

Green Element weekly podcast Interview with Marco Karman from Be More You

Green Element weekly podcast Interview with Marco Karman from Be More You   Today we’re joined by Marco Karman who is the owner of Be More You. Be More You is a company that helps people be more mindful, compassionate, and illuminated. Their target market are children over 10 years and old people over 60 years but have an opening market for people in the working field. In this episode, Marco explains how people do a lot of things subconsciously and have knee jerk reactions because their minds are already programmed to a certain kind of thinking. His company will help you be more...

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Green Element weekly podcast Interview with Peter Elbourne from Shore Seaweed

Green Element weekly podcast Interview with Peter Elbourne from Shore Seaweed

Green Element weekly podcast Interview with Peter Elbourne from Shore Seaweed   Will: If you could tell me a bit more about your business and what you do, I've been on your website.   Peter: Well, there's a bit of confusion, we're in between names at the moment. So, the company is New Wave Foods and that was incorporated in 2015 and that was after three years of research. What we recognize is an opportunity for Scottish seaweed and we saw the opportunity in food. And so, we started with the name New Wave Foods, but we also recognize that there was an opportunity for a brand that...

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Green Element weekly podcast Interview with Joel Solomon from Renewal Funds

Joel Solomon from Renewal Funds on the Green Element Podcast

Green Element weekly podcast Interview with Joel Solomon from Renewal Funds   Will: Welcome to the Green Element podcast. I am really excited to speak to you and learn more about what to do and help our listeners understand what it is and understand that there are other avenues of investment out there. If we could touch upon how you run your organization as well, your environmental management, your sustainability and then talk about how you help others and what it is that you do. Maybe we could talk about some exciting projects that you have got on. I was actually looking at the...

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Green Element weekly podcast Interview with Nick Molden from Emissions Analytics

Emissions Analytics Green Element Podcast

Green Element weekly podcast Interview with Nick Molden from Emissions Analytics   We are thrilled to be interviewing Nick Molden from Emissions Analytics, a business that is trying to educate us on what the actual emissions are for the vehicle you drive. The government is trying to get us to stop driving Diesel vehicles what if you were to understand that the new diesel vehicles are greener and cleaner than the new petrol ones? The government is a few years behind the actual emissions. Nick is busy testing vehicles from all around the world and letting us know the actual emissions...

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Green Element Weekly podcast interview with Adam Garfunkel from Junxion

Junxion Logo for Green Element Podcast

Green Element Weekly podcast interview with Adam Garfunkel from Junxion    We are thrilled to have and be interviewing Adam Garfunkel from Junxion Strategy, a strategy and communications consultancy dedicated to helping leaders build the success stories of the next economy – one that is fair, inclusive and sustainable. They do that by helping organisations articulate their purpose, plan for impact, share their stories and measure and report on the difference they have made. Adam has spent thirty years as a sustainability consultant, writer and activist working with organisations of...

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