Beyond the bubble of our own households beyond the individual actions we talk privilege, climate justice, and community activism, as well as all about Polly’s book More Than a Plastic Bag, which I just got as an ebook and it’s so so helpful and full of action items to help us change the world. If you are BRAND NEW to zero waste, hold up, and swing over to some other episodes like episode 55 zero waste swaps, or episode 19 Random Acts of Green, there’s lots of episodes for those who are just hearing about zero waste for the first time. In today’s chat with Polly we upend a lot of typical zero waste ideals and expand our horizons to take on larger climate action, so if you’re ready to get a little scared but also super charged to do more for the planet in the time we have left, join me in this chat, because it is oh so good. Let’s go!
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Adrienne Maree Brown
Dr. Robert Bullard on Environmental Justice
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