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Podcasts from Losing our Cool

Cheltenham resident Michael Childs hosts the brilliant new podcast, Losing our Cool.

Each week he welcomes a different guest alongside regular co-hosts, Felicity Parnham from CK Futures and Raechel Kelly & Meg Marsland from Planet Cheltenham.

Losing our Cool aims to enable everyone to respond to the climate emergency and take action. Sharing stories from people who are making changes and finding a more sustainable way to live.

CK Futures is delighted to be part of this project and will be providing links to the different podcast via this page. Keep checking back for updates.

Podcast 1: How can we reduce food waste?

Josie Houghton shares her personal story to becoming a cook and her key points to reducing food waste.

Podcast 2: Food waste in the restaurant industry

Jonas Lodge, owner and head chef of the GL50 restaurant in Cheltenham, shares his experiences in reducing food waste in a successful fine dining restaurant.

Podcast 3: When is a fridge not a fridge? When it's a community fridge!

Sustainability Consultant Raechel Kelly talks about Cheltenham's first community fridge based in FRONT Community Hub Vegan Café on London Road.

Podcast 4: Planet Cheltenham

Raechel Kelly, sustainability consultant and founder of Planet Cheltenham talks about how this new community hub will explore ways to tackle climate change.

Podcast 5: The 5 Ps of Gardening

The Chatty Gardener, aka Mandy Bradshaw, talks about the five Ps; pesticides, ponds, pollinators, peat and pots, and how if we make the right choices as gardeners, we can make a big difference to the wildlife in our garden and beyond.

Podcast 6: The Nature of Charlton Kings

Other than nuclear war only 3 things matter fundamentally. Climate change, the bio-diversity crisis and the bio-abundance crisis. Rob Williams talks us through this defining statement.

Podcast 7 - The Million Tree Pledge

Laura Gelder-Robertson from Glow Innovations, discusses her ambitious plans to help 1,000,000 small businesses to reach net zero by 2025 and to plant 1,000,000 trees through the Million Tree Pledge by 2030.

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Last updated: Mon, 22 Aug 2022 09:47