As part of our Conscious Choice campaign, we’ve recorded our first podcast with BuyMeOnce founder, Tara Button, who helps to promote long-lasting products with the goal to eliminate our throwaway culture.
In this first episode of our ‘Denby Stories’ podcast, Tara Button offers an insight into living a more considered lifestyle and how small changes can help protect our planet.
Download the podcast from our channel.
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For more on sustainability and mindful living, check out our top podcast picks below:
Sustainable(ish) with Jen Gale
Jen Gale is the face behind Sustainable(ish) which focuses on small easy steps to begin the journey of living more sustainably without having to make drastic changes to your lifestyle.
She says, “Each time we make a different, more conscious, more thoughtful choice, about what we buy, or what we don’t buy (choosing to re-use or repair instead) we are changing the world.”
Jen often invites people to join the conversation, such as Georgina Wilson-Powell, the editor of sustainable magazine, Pebble and Rachelle Strauss, founder of Zero Waste Week.
The Food Medic, Hazel Wallace
With 378k Instagram followers, 3 Podcast seasons and 2 books, Dr Hazel Wallace aims to bridge the gap between traditional medical advice and the latest thoughts and developments in nutrition and lifestyle.
In Season 2, Episode 9 of her podcast series, Hazel focuses on food and explores what a sustainable diet could look like. She is joined by Louise Symington, a registered dietitian that specialises in this area with a focus on veganism and plant-based alternatives.
The Minimalists, Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus
The duo behind The Minimalist podcast have over 148 podcast episodes and offer a great insight into living a more ethical life.
From decluttering your home to positive thinking, the topics discussed are varied and provide something relatable for everyone.
Visit their podcast channel here.
Wellness with Liz Earle
A good friend of Denby and owner of her own Denby collection, Liz Earle also has a health and wellbeing podcast channel.
From delicious recipes to wellness updates and environmental concerns her podcast offers guidance on how to live more mindfully.
A recent ‘Friday Five’ episode outlines the effect that plastic pollution is causing and the simple things we can all do to make a difference.