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Earth Day Everyday:
A CirFin Podcast 

The goal of Earth Day Everyday is to facilitate conversations about incentivizing a more sustainable world -- through guest speakers, informational videos, and more.

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Episode 17

Artivism, The Deep Sea, Ocean Conservation

Artivism is becoming an increasingly popular trend in the fight against the climate crisis. The visually appealing nature of art can be used to tell a story that research and data oftentimes can't convey! Join us in the podcast as Frieda talks about her journey with the Moku Art Studio, transitioning from idea to reality!

AARYAN DOSHI

FOUNDER FRIEDA VE.

PODCAST LENGTH: 41:31

Episode 16

Biodegradable Plastics, Methane, Incentivization

Mango Materials has developed a revolutionary way to turn methane gas into a form of biodegradable plastics as a pellet. That one pellet can be reintegrated back into society for a variety of different uses such as clothing or food. CEO of Mango Materials, Dr. Morse, explains the process behind scaling her idea!

AARYAN DOSHI

FOUNDER DR. MORSE

PODCAST LENGTH: 33:08

Episode 15

Solar, Community, Leaving a Legacy

The 1960s to 1990s came to epitomize the revival of caring for our environment in this country. From Rachel Carson's Silent Spring to the establishment of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the legislative frameworks were soon taking shape. With that backdrop in mind, join to learn more about B's journey!

AARYAN DOSHI

ACTIVIST B. FULKERS.

PODCAST LENGTH: 47:33

Episode 14

Water Scarcity, The Care to See, Storytelling

Storytelling is an overlooked away of recognizing the injustices pervasive across society. For Joey, his storytelling journey came by spotlighting the water injustices occurring in countries all over the world. Join us in this podcast as Joey discusses "caring to see" and the scaling of the climate movement from local to national!

AARYAN DOSHI

STORYTELLER JOEY W

PODCAST LENGTH: 44:15

Episode 13

Silent Spring, Yoga, Movement Building

After a personal circumstance, Sami founded Resilient Activist and organization aimed at uniting climate conscious individuals together. She wanted to create an open space for communication, collaboration, and friendship where all could express their viewpoints. It was amazing talking with Sami!

AARYAN DOSHI

WRITER SAMI AARON

PODCAST LENGTH: 1:03:19

Episode 12

Art Advocacy, Policymaking, Plastic Pollution

Plastic pollution is one of the biggest contributors to waste today, harming marine life such as whales and turtles. Dr. Owens, a National Geographic Explorer combines her love for the arts and printmaking to create environmental posters. Join us for a deep-dive discussion on how you can be apart of this movement!

AARYAN DOSHI

NAT. GEO. Dr. OWENS

PODCAST LENGTH: 42:20

Episode 11

Climate Refugees, Geoengineering, Energy Sources

From science to the people and culture behind the climate crisis, there truly are scientific solutions to address our current dilemma and potentially ways to even reverse the harm that we've done. Join us in this podcast for a breadth of different ideas and topics!

AARYAN DOSHI

NASA'S KAREN YANG

PODCAST LENGTH: 27:45

Episode 10

Carbon Footprint, Furniture, Net Zero

Have you ever wondered what happens to roadside furniture? How many times have you seen sofas, couches, tables, and so much other paraphernalia just aimlessly scattered outside? Join us as we discover behind-the-scenes action and solutions!

AARYAN DOSHI

A CirFin Production

PODCAST LENGTH: 5:17

Episode 9

Indigenous Lands, Melting Ice, and Heartbreak

A true honor and privilege to have Michael with us on the podcast today. He provides us with a bleak, yet realistic perspective on life as we know it today. In many ways he forces us to stop questioning the "if" behind climate change and turn our attention towards acceptance and listening. So what will our mindset be? 

AARYAN DOSHI

MR. MICHAEL SHAW

PODCAST LENGTH: 36:28

Episode 8

EcoFeminism, Nature, and Land Recognition

We had the privilege and honor having Dr. Wendy Sarkissian with us on the podcast today. She is an award winning author of a book called Creeksong where she seeks to amplify the voice of nature in society and create a sense of unity and togetherness.

AARYAN DOSHI

DR. WENDY SARKISS.

PODCAST LENGTH: 1:05:20

Episode 7

The 4 Key Words: Here, Now, You, and Hope

It was absolutely amazing to have Rick on this podcast. We talk about circularity, fostering a climate change movement, and his brand new book: Climate Change in an Aging Society Rick's message is simple: "You're never too old to make a difference!"

AARYAN DOSHI

Author RICK MOODY

PODCAST LENGTH: 33:33

Episode 6

It Starts With One, Intergenerational Climate Advocacy

We had the true privilege and honor of having Lani on our podcast. Lani is a member and activist of the Third Act organization, whose mission is to foster an intergenerational climate movement. The "Third Act" of life is to leave behind a pure, humbling legacy, and a healthier planet Earth.

AARYAN DOSHI

LANI RITTER HALL

PODCAST LENGTH: 33:23

Episode 5

Fast Fashion, Circularity, and Social Entrepreneurship

Join us in this podcast to learn more about fast fashion and the circular economy in today's industry. CEO of TigerBow Wahid Hossain talks about his experiences working to create businesses that emphasize social entrepreneurship and his path to discovering and embodying the missions of sustainability

AARYAN DOSHI

WAHID HOSSAIN

PODCAST LENGTH: 54:43

Episode 4

Sustainability in the Restaurant Industry

Ms. Sankar discusses her textbook story of sustainability in the restaurant industry starting from the franchising of Five Guys Burgers and Fries to eventually creating Chooloah, one of the most successful Indian restaurants in the United States today.

AARYAN DOSHI

CEO  RAJI SANKAR

PODCAST LENGTH: 28:11

Episode 3

The People of Today and Right Now

With the beautiful sun, fresh air, and thriving nature people often view climate change as problem for tomorrow. Taking bliss in their present circumstance, they fail to recognize the people of today and right now. Example: What about that farmer?

AARYAN DOSHI

A CirFin Production

PODCAST LENGTH: 5:49

Episode 2

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

A brilliant blue section of the Pacific Ocean, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch often takes people by surprise. Why? Because what's beneath the surface of the ocean is nothing compared to the beautiful top. Join me as I work to debunk the myth around this favorite topic by aspiring environmentalists around the world!

AARYAN DOSHI

A CirFin Production

PODCAST LENGTH: 4:39

Episode 1

An Introduction: How We Got Here?

Today's economy is premised on the linear economy. The need to transition away from this take-make-waste approach was in many ways the inspiration to start CirFin in the first plane. How can we possible incentivize the transition from the unsustainable linear economy to the more sustainable circular economy?  

AARYAN DOSHI

A CirFin Production

PODCAST LENGTH: 4:34

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