11 Best Green Podcasts To Listen To



Are you looking for new actionable ways to implement sustainability in your home life? Want to live a minimalist life? Ready to launch your own fashion brand, but want to make it sustainable? From fashion to home organization, these ten podcasts are breaking down all the ways you can use sustainability in your daily lives to advocate for a better environment for all.





Green Dreamer is a podcast and multimedia journal exploring our paths to holistic healing, ecological regeneration, and true abundance and wellness for all. Hosted by Kamea Chayne, she asks her guests and audience to consider, "If we're headed down a path that's leading us to environmental degradation, dehumanization, and disconnection from the things that matter most, simultaneously endangering our Earth's clean water, clean air, and biodiversity, then we must ask: What for?" Catch the latest episodes of Green Dreamer on Spotify.



Hosted by Jay Siegel and Scott Breen, Sustainability Defined takes its listeners down a focus hole of sustainability topics. Joined by a professional on every episode, this show analyzes how sustainability deserves a place in all our lives and pushes the idea of being more sustainable forward through education and a little bit of comedy. Their episodes go live every month on Spotify.



With discussions led by Brooke McAlary, The Slow Home Podcast discusses how fast we move through life, and how often it's not sustainable for the human mind, heart, and environment. Join McAlary to discover new ways to slow down your fast-paced life no matter where you are in the world. Visit SlowYourHome.com for episode updates, resources, and more.



If you're hoping to become a little more eco-friendly but aren't too sure where in your life you should start, this podcast powered by Brightly will help you do just that. With the belief that "living ethically should be easier," ethical experts Laura Alexander Wittig and Liza Moiseeva give daily, actionable tips on how to achieve a zero-waste, more sustainable life. Check out their latest episodes available on Spotify or at brightly.eco/podcast.



For moms who are always on-the-go or anyone who doesn't want to listen to a podcast that takes up too much of your time, the episodes at The Sustainable Minimalists Podcast average 30 minutes to less than an hour, and dissect intentional living choices you can make to declutter your living space, your mind, and your life. Created by Stephanie Seferian, this podcast educates, inspires, and encourages the benefits that come from creating eco-friendly, minimalist homes.



Are you someone passionate about sustainable, eco-friendly living and are ready to take your passion into the world? Marjorie Alexander's podcast, A Sustainable Mind, is for you. Created for "the earth-conscious individual, ecopreneur, environmental activist, sustainability enthusiast, grassroots organizer, and the eco-curious," you'll learn exactly how you bring your passion into action. Find out exactly how by listening to each episode on Spotify.



Created by Intersectional Environmentalists, the speakers and creatives behind Dismantled believe that conversations regarding the environment and the climate crisis have to also be centered around the people it impacts the most – Black, Indigenous, and POC communities. For where to listen, resources, and how to start your own eco-conversations, check out Dismantled here.



For anyone interested in how to make the more glamorous things in life a little bit more eco-friendly, tune into Eco Chic by Laura E Diez. Join Diez every week to discover how the ethics and sources behind making fashion, beauty products, food, and consumerism can affect the environment. Deep discussions about luxury, shopping, and even environmental justice might give you new insight into how you're living. Follow @ecochicpodcast on Instagram for more.



Fashion lovers, this one's for you. Want to take your love for fashion to a new level? Discover what it takes to make fashion sustainable and being a more mindful fashion enthusiast by tuning in to the Sustainable Fashion by Gaia & Dubos podcast. Created by Leonie from Gaia & Dubos, they believe in the power of using conversation to change the fashion industry, "one garment at a time." Listen in on Spotify. 



For creatives interested in the fashion world, you'll get insight and information on resources, tips, and creative ideas on how to launch a fashion brand or slow fashion company that is sustainable, eco-friendly, and kind to the environment. Join the team at Recloseted to find out what it takes to be a fashion ecopreneur today on Spotify.



Airing weekly on Spotify, Rev On Air explores the key questions surrounding sustainable fashion, natural beauty, wellness, organic food, and conservation. The hosts at Rêve En Vert use their podcast space to create a dialogue between guests who are passionate about breaking down the conventions that hold us back from being in harmony with the natural world. Check out their latest episodes on Spotify today.

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 +  Words: Erica Danielle Garcia, Contributor at Luxiders Magazine

Erica Danielle Garcia is a writer and journalist from Los Angeles whose work explores topics in culture, politics, and representation in music through sociocultural, intersectional, and environmental lenses. Instagram: @ericadanlle