Hopefully Sustainable

Jaiko Celka

Hopefully Sustainable is a show where your host, Jaiko Celka, speaks with extraordinary people who are making the world a more sustainable place. Come to learn. Leave inspired.
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What are you hopeful about? | Jaiko CelkaDeep Seabed Mining | Vasser Seydel, The Oxygen Project
Today we are welcoming Vasser Seydel to Hopefully Sustainable! Vasser currently serves as the Deep Seabed Mining campaign manager for The Oxygen Project which was founded to raise awareness and defend the ecosystems that produce our oxygen. Our oceans face many different threats but currently, one of the greatest potential threats is deep seabed mining. As some background, the deep sea is the largest and least explored of Earth’s biomes and it is currently threatened by the possibility of corporations coming in and mining which could lead to irreversible ecosystem loss amongst many other horrible consequences. Vasser is going to provide background on the issue at hand and talk about how The Oxygen Project is working to raise awareness and pass a 10-year moratorium on deep seabed mining. This episode is being released leading up to World Ocean Day which is June 8! The Oxygen Project will have a lot of exciting campaigns and activities over the next two weeks so check them out online at https://www.theoxygenproject.com/ and on Instagram @theoxygenproj. Sign the official letter to the United Nations and International Seabed Authority representatives calling for a 10-year moratorium to stop deep seabed mining at https://www.theoxygenproject.com/deepseamining/. Check out the Deep Blue playlist that Vasser mentions on Spotify at https://open.spotify.com/playlist/70WBGGYdi3zOXp2mbZAgRt?si=0cea880d9df84bc0. Look for more information about today’s episode on Instagram @hopefullysustainablepod. Music: https://www.purple-planet.com.
May 31 2021
47 mins
Eco-Ethical Weddings | Sandra HenriThe Climate Reality Project + Regenerative Agriculture | John AlexanderDrawdown Georgia | Ollie ChapmanChristianity + Sustainability | Dr. Jason RobertsFemale Power + Cauliflower | Jacqueline Sun and Taylor HurleyPeas and Hoppiness | Ann KentLobbying for Change | Ken and Hanka KirbyCrazy (Sustainably) In Love
This week, we are talking about the intersection of relationships and sustainability! Jaiko is speaking with four couples who are navigating how sustainability fits into their everyday lives and decisions! First, meet Carolyn & Yair who met during an internship in Savannah, Georgia. They are going to discuss how sustainability impacts their decision making as a couple in addition to honoring cultural differences. Then, Jaiko is speaking with Julia Campbell who has been with her partner, Connor, for ten years! As Julia and Connor recently moved in together, she is going to give advice on how to compromise and lovingly convince a partner to be more sustainable. Next, meet Mackenzie and Ethan who have been together for eight years and are located in Atlanta, Georgia! While Mackenzie and Ethan find different ways to incorporate sustainability into their lives, they ensure that they have fun along the way. Finally, Jaiko speaks with Kat Schaich who is married to her partner, Noah. Both Kat and Noah work in the sustainability field and bring sustainability into their personal lives as well whether it’s biking to church or composting. Whether you are in a relationship, live with roommates, or live with your family, each couple provides great advice on how sustainability can fit into a variety of lifestyles. Also, if you are trying to convince a partner, roommate, or family member to be more sustainable, each couples shares examples from their own lives of how to navigate those conversations. Look for more information about today’s episode on Instagram @hopefullysustainablepod. Music: https://www.purple-planet.com.
Mar 22 2021
51 mins
The Fight Against Food Waste & Food Insecurity | Andie Bisceglia and Jenny GallucciEverybody Eats | Meagan Mercedes Bens and Shawn Deangelo WaltonNuclear Energy Explained | Ka-Yen YauSustainability on a College Campus | Tyra ByersDon’t be a Fossil Fool | Krystal PersaudBusiness as a Force for Good | Nathan StuckSustainable Periods | Madeleine WisecupCOVID-19 + Green Buildings | Barry AbramsonGraduated...Now What? | Ali, Carolyn, Reema, Jocelyn, & BaileySustainable Minimalism | Stephanie Seferian