Why start a podcast?
There is a commonality amongst many people we know: They think that individual change makes little difference to society as a whole.
It seems like this has somehow been programmed into us from an early age. When did we become so defeatist?
Change will occur if enough of us demand it.
Or, if enough of us just act as though change has already happened.
The action of millions is simply the combined actions of many individuals.
In other words, be the change you want to see.
And you don’t have to be perfect! That’s not the point at all. Just try and make conscious decisions and know that every time you make an earth-friendly decision, you are helping the lives of countless future generations to come.
The goal of this podcast and blog is to provide you with actionable steps you can take to be part of the solution.
You'll learn how to live smart, in harmony with nature, using as few resources as possible but enriching your life with all the joy that is available to us when we stop to appreciate this beautiful little blue dot we call home.
Meet the team
Andrew Duncan - Host of the show
I'm a father, husband, climate entrepreneur and podcast enthusiast based in Te Whanganui-a-Tara (Wellington), New Zealand.
Our family has been on a multi-year journey learning all about how to minimise waste, lower our carbon footprint, engage with nature, eat more plants, and live in harmony with the world around us. We started this podcast to share our learning with you, and to introduce you to some of the inspiring humans we've met along the way.
Personally, I've always been interested in protecting the environment, but it wasn't until I started engaging in activities like composting, and growing our own food, that I realised how much joy is available on the other side of positive, individual action.
It doesn't matter where you start. All that matters is that you take a step in the right direction.
A life filled with compassion is infinitely sustainable.
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