‘2084’ EP 13. Zero Waste Living: Bea Johnson, Founder @ZeroWasteHome

In episode 13 of SustainableJoes’ 2084, Stephen sits down with Bea Johnson.

From the European Parliament to the pages of The New York Times, Bea is a global leader in the space of zero waste living, and the change agent behind Zero Waste Home.

Some big take aways from this episode include:

  • What voluntary simplicity looks like
  • The role consumers have to play
  • How to live a life with less stuff
  • Zero waste fashion
  • How do you declutter your life

This episode is sure to add value when you think about the convergence between capitalism, consumerism, and our natural world.

ANNOUNCEMENT ~ Bea is in Toronto for two presentations on October 26th & 27th. You can join Stephen at both by getting your tickets at the following links:

LASTLY, we need your support to complete our Indiegogo campaign successfully.  We have done the work, you simply have to make the choice. Small Cards —> Big Impact —> Sustainable Future!

CAMPAIGN LINK – https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/good-card-co-cards-done-right-holidays-art/x/8366802#/

We will be back next week with a new episode!

Sustainably Yours,

Stephen
@SustainableJoes

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‘2084’ EP. 12. FSC: Monika Patel, Director of Programs & Communication (Live)

In episode 12 of SustainableJoes’ 2084, Stephen sits down with Monika Patel, Director of Programs & Communications at the Forest Stewardship Council.

FSC is one of the worlds largest NGOs, out to protect our global forests.

This podcast is candid, it is live, and full of value added content. Some of big take aways from the episode include:

  • The value of a forests
  • The role consumers have to play
  • How to get opposing sides to work together, and find middle ground
  • How to successful balance multi stakeholder interest
  • How ecosystem services fit into all of this
  • And the future of forestry

When you think about the intersection of our natural world and business based society, this is episode is sure to adds value!

As mentioned in episode, our campaign is at 30% and we need your support to have our start up be successful. Small Cards —> Big Impact —> Sustainable Future!

 

CAMPAIGN LINK – https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/good-card-co-cards-done-right-holidays-art/x/8366802#/

 

We will be back next week with a new episode!

 

Sustainably Yours,

 

Stephen

@SustainableJoes

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‘2084’ EP. 11. HydroStor: Curt VanWalleghem, CEO (Part 1 ~ Live)

You may or may not know this. A big problem with renewable energy is our inability to store it.

Think about it, wherever you are right now, the wind isn’t always blowing nor is the sun always shining. However, as a society we are always using energy!

So what is the solution?

In episode 11 of SustainableJoes’ 2084, Stephen sits down with Curt VanWalleghem, the CEO of Hydrostor is a man on a mission.

In part one of our conversation with Curt, we talk about the future of energy. How HydroStor went from near collapse, to Billions of dollars in their project pipeline; and the importance of finding the intersection between profit driven business and purpose.

This podcast is candid, recorded live, and full of value added content.

ANNOUNCEMENT – As mentioned in the episode, here is the link to our newly launched crowdfunding campaign – https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/good-card-co-cards-done-right-holidays-art/x/8366802#/

Please spread the word and thank you for your support!

We will be back next week with another new episode!

Sustainably Yours,

@SustainableJoes

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2084 Episode 10: BUNZ: Sacsha Darius Mojtahedi, CEO (Live)

In episode 10 of SustainableJoes’ 2084, Stephen sits down with Sacsha Darius Mojtahedi, CEO at Bunz, one of Toronto’s largest online community platforms.

This podcast is candid, it is live, and full of value added content.

Some of big take aways from the episode include:

  • How to raise capital as a startup
  • How to add value via an app
  • How To Scale
  • Product Market Fit
  • What user aligned roadmaps look like

When you think about the future, entrepreneurship, technology, and adapting to make your product stand out and add value, this episode will support your growth!

Adding even more value, at the end of this episode we share audience stories, as we invited our guests from the audience to come to the mic and share 30 second sound bites of the sustainable good they are up to.

BIG NEWS – As mentioned in episode, we just launched a new product, you can support it here on Indiegogo – https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/good-card-co-cards-done-right-holidays-art/x/8366802#/

Please spread the good word and thank you for your support!

We will be back next week with a new episode!

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Stephen

@SustainableJoes

 

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Bonus – Income Report August 2017

Welcome you to our first SustainableJoes’ income report episode.

Our intention is to accomplish the following three things with this series of income reporting episodes:

FIRST

As we work to produce and share content inspiring the leaders of today and tomorrow, with better ways of being, acting and developing; we want to provide a realistic view of what growing a business looks like…AND we want to provide that perspective in real time. Real time being as we transition sustianablejoes from a passion project to a successful enterprise.

SECONDLY

At SustainableJoes we believe transparency is absolutely critical to build a foundation of trust. As such, I want to transparently Illustrate what revenues we bring in, operational costs, and other channels of support.

THIRD

We want to say thank you, and share our plan for the next 30 days.

This is a vulnerable episode for us, as traditionally we would keep finances close to the chest. However, we believe this is the right thing to do and hope it supports your growth.

So lets get right to!

Yours,

SustainableJoes