Have you ever heard the following saying – you are what you listen to?
In our following podcasts from our series “From Grey to Green” we discuss a lot of subjects all around sustainability and how to avoid plastics in our everyday life .
As we work together as a European team from three different countries (🇩🇪 🇮🇸 🇸🇪 ) the episodes are either in English or our respective mother tongues.
We try to upload new podcast-episodes as regularly as possible and are working on our own podcast channels at school.
These podcasts all focus on our journey trying to help our schools to become (more) plastic free by talking about and trying out some ideas we got during the project …
We hope you have fun with it and we can help you to understand these topics and even more so get inspired to become a Plastic Free Ambassador yourself 🥳
We learned a lot on how to produce a podcast either from our teachers/our medialab coordinators but also the awesome tutors from the LKJ BadenWürttemberg.
The first episode and jingle from the series “From Grey to Green” was done in collaboration with them – – just go to their blog and have a listen
Greenhouse effect - English (🇬🇧)
Fast,-& Fairfashion - English (🇬🇧)
Fast,-& Fairfashion - German (🇩🇪)
In the first episode the German Plastic Free Ambassador takes a closer look at the Greenhouse-Effect.
She will provide important information in order for all of us to understand what we can do to help the planet 🌍
Have fun with it! 💚
In this episode the German Plastic Free Ambassadors Alina discusses the topic of “Fast and Fair Fashion”.
She first explains what the terms “Fast and Fair Fashion mean”, then she takes a closer look at the connection between fashion and its impact on the environment, last but not least she has some valuable tips and tricks for all of you – enjoy 💚
In this episode the German Plastic Free Ambassadors Zoe and Andreas discuss the topic of “Fast and Fair Fashion”.
They take a closer look in their closet and on the impact their clothes have.
Together with a special guest they brainstorm ideas how to be more sustainable