A Sustainable Life

No more ploughs – farming in the 21st Century

Rethinking farming with James Rebanks and Sarah Westerhuis

It’s not the cow, it’s the how!

Exploring the myths around whether beef is good for us and the planet

Think big by acting small….

How significant changes can come about from making changes on the local level – with guests Jane Davidson and Chris Smaje

One football pitch every second

Law comes to the aid of ancient forests across the globe with guests Babette Brophy and Brian Rohan

Human Rights for the Planet

From coal mining in Colombia to the Ecuadorian cloud forest – one woman’s fight for climate justice. With guest Monica Feria-Tinta.

Tell your secrets to the bees!

We talk bees, honey and money with guests Rchard Rickitt and Kevin Baughen

The Great Global Food Waste Scandal

Waste in the field, the factory and in the kitchen – the truth behind the scandal of global food waste

Fashion in a time of Covid

We talk to writer and fashion consultant Aja Barber and Sarah Ditty, Global Policy Director at Fashion Revolution about the future of fashion post Covid 19.  We ask who bears the cost of the clothes we wear and the exploitative nature of the fashion industry,  why it needs to change and what Covid-19 means for the industry and its workers.

PP’s Call to Action!

With nearly 70 episodes under our belt Planet Pod has had the privilege of hearing from over 150 inspirational guests. They all have a call to action – listen to a few of these in this short compilation and download past episodes to hear what else they have to say on a wide range of sustainability topics

On the road to net zero

We kick off 2020 with Planet Pod’s fourth episode in collaboration with the Grantham Institute which looks at the impact of travel and transport on climate change and our ability to achieve a net zero carbon economy by 2050. Amanda is joined by experts Dr Audrey de Nazelle and Dr Mark Stettler. We look at the intersection between environmental sciences, health behaviour, transportation, air quality and urban planning and consider what’s the right route to get us to a net zero future.