Our Top 5 Sustainable Podcasts
The founder of The Wardrobe Crisis is one of our all time favourite sustainable warriors and huge inspiration, Clare Press. A Sydney based sustainable fashion journalist, author & presenter, Clare Press was the first ever VOGUE Australia sustainability editor, sits on the Copenhagen Fashion Week's sustainability advisory board and is on of Global Fashion Agenda's content experts.
The chart topping Wardrobe Crisis podcast started in 2017 and has a wealth of information on sustainable fashion driven by purpose. It stands for a fairer greener, cleaner fashion future that respects people and the planet. Each week host Clare Press interviews change makers, designers and fashion insiders about fashion, ethics social justice and environmental sustainability.
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Conscious Chatter Podcast is an inclusive audio space that opens the door to conversations on clothing, and the layers of meaning, stories and impact connected to what we wear. The podcast is hosted by Kestrel Jenkins, a style maven that believes that fashion and ethics can thrive together and has created a space where we can continue to learn more about the garment industry and how we can impact and be a source for change in the fashion industry.
The Business of Fashion has gained a global following as an expert and essential resource for the latest fashion news and topics powering positive change in the fashion industry. The BOF Podcast have weekly episodes that present thoughtful editorial stories and fashion orientated perspectives.
The War on Waste was an awesome ABC tv series ( that you can watch on ABC Iview ) the podcast discovers the truth behind the way our nation manages waste and what we can do to make a difference. Co-hosts Craig Reucassel and Wendy Harmer ask the big questions exploring issues in waste management and chat with those behind the change to discover how every little bit counts and can make a change.
A Sustainable mind is a podcast to get you inspired to take action and be the change you want to see in the world. Delivered each week, host Marjorie Alexander interviews environmental change makers whose campaign, companies and projects have changed the planet for the better - each giving actionable advice and resources to the listener.