Apr 28, 2022
Community, Coming Together, Appreciating Strengths, and Making a Difference with Carbon Almanac Contributors
Featuring Carbon Almanac Contributors Louise Karch, Eva Forde & Diane Osgood.
This trio lives around the world with Louise a Canadian living in Australia, Eva the self-proclaimed nomad currently in West Palm Beach, Florida, and Diane who splits her time between the United States and France. These collaborators have vast backgrounds in social work, entrepreneurship, marketing, sustainability, and biodiversity.
They all contributed to content for The Carbon Almanac, but equally important, they provided glue and connections to the community – raising team members up and helping everyone believe they have what it takes to make a difference.
In this episode, we talk about the power of community by leveraging and leaning on one another for their strengths, writing a book to start a movement, and how change will happen by activating individuals across governments, corporations, and communities.
To read Diane Osgood's guide on how to "Unleash Your Shopping Superpower" visitdianeosgood.com/shopping-superpower
For more information on the project and to pre-order your copy, visit thecarbonalmanac.org
This podcast is a part of the Carbon Almanac Podcast Network.
Production Team: Jennifer Myers Chua, Sam Schuffenecker, Leekei Tang, Tania Marien, Barbara Orsi
Cover Art: Ray Ong
Copyright © 2022 The Carbon Almanac Network
About the Carbon Almanac Collective: What happens when regular people work together to create massive, meaningful change on a global scale? Welcome to the carbon Almanac collective. A podcast where the volunteers who created the Carbon Almanac share the insights and aha moments they had while collaborating on this landmark project to help fight the climate crisis.
Hosted by Jennifer Myers Chua, and featuring the voices of Carbon Almanac Contributors. Reminding you that it's not too late to join in on the conversation.