5 Sustainability Further Podcasts to listen to this month

These are our top five podcasts to listen to at work or on your commute to the office this month


5 Sustainability Further Podcasts to listen to this month

Plastic Free July is a global movement that helps millions of people be part of the solution to plastic pollution so that we can have cleaner streets, oceans, and cities. As we reach the mid-way point of Plastic Free July, we are reflecting on some ways we can continue the conversation around sustainability and encourage our community to make more sustainable decisions for our planet, now and into the future.

Here are Wesley Place, we have an ongoing commitment to sustainability and have developed a podcast with Charter Hall to inspire Australians to be more environmentally responsible. In this series, we share knowledge from industry leaders, spark conservation and inspire people to take action for the planet.

These are our top five podcasts to listen to at work or on your commute to the office this month:

Charter Hall: How ESG works from strategy to implementation
Charter Hall’s ESG Manager Lina Rico Gomez has a plethora of experience working in Sustainability and ESG across Australia. Her role involves strategizing and implementing Charter Hall’s sustainability strategy and, in this episode, she discusses how corporate ESG strategies are created and implemented.

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Canva: Designing a more sustainable future

It’s not often that the environmental impact of technology companies goes under the microscope but for tech company Canva this is something that is part of their DNA. A carbon-neutral organisation with plans to have fully decarbonised operations by 2028, Canva is designing a more sustainable future. In this episode hear from Jared Ingersoll - the Sustainability Lead at Canva on their plans for the future.

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Zero Co: Cleaning up Australian households and oceans

Mike Smith is a man on a mission and the founder of Zero Co. He wants to remove trash from the planet by cleaning up oceans and Australian households at the same time. Zero Co broke records in 2021 for gaining the title of Australia's fastest crowdfunding campaign, and in this episode Mike shares what they have planned for the rest of the year.


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Green Building Council of Australia: What building a carbon positive future looks like

Jorge Chapa is the Head of Transformation at Green Buildings Council of Australia. His role is to deliver healthy, resilient, and positive places for people and nature. He works across the industry engaging with key stakeholders on numerous projects. In this episode, he dives into everything from sustainability buzzwords to COP26 and what Australian innovation he is most excited about.

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Trevor Evans: Innovation in waste, recycling hard to recycle materials

In his role as Assistant Minister for Waste Reduction and Environmental Management, Trevor Evans has the power to create a real impact when it comes to waste in Australia. He is on the forefront of innovation and change overseeing Product Stewardship and the Recycling Modernisation Fund. Listen to this episode to hear how he is trying to bring Australia’s recycling back onshore.

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About Plastic Free July

Plastic Free July provides resources and ideas to help you reduce single-use plastic every day at home, work, school and even your local café. From Smart Bins to Simply Cups Australia’s plastic recycling program, we are continuously looking for ways to implement Plastic Free July’s mission and look for new and innovative ways to reduce waste at Wesley Place. Click here to learn more about Plastic Free July.

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