[EN only] Jak žít soběstačně - Rob Greenfield & Nicky Moran
Se svými odpadky projel Spojené státy na kole, rok jedl jen to, co si sám vypěstoval, sází stromy a chce rozdávat semínka zeleniny. Ekologický aktivista Rob Greenfield nevěří v zázraky, věří ale v sílu malých kroků, které mohou dovést každého z nás ke zdravějšímu a udržitelnějšímu životnímu stylu. Co jste ochotni v životě změnit? Poslechněte si rozhovor z 6. prosince 2020 vedený Nicky Moran. #příběh #osobní rozvoj #ekologie
Rob Greenfield is an adventurer, environmental activist, humanitarian and dude making a difference. He is dedicated to leading the way to a more sustainable and just world. Rob is the creator of The Food Waste Fiasco, a campaign that strives to end food waste and hunger in the U.S. He has dove into more than two thousand dumpsters across the United States to demonstrate how nearly half of all food in the U.S. is wasted while 50 million (1 in 7) Americans are food insecure. Rob donates 100% of his media income to grassroots nonprofit organizations and his financial net worth is kept to a bare minimum. His financial vows are more than a list of resolutions; they speak to his steadfast commitment to live simply and live free. By living in this manner, he aims to show that true happiness, health and freedom do not come from an accumulation of money and possessions. Rather they come from a deep connection to our surroundings, the earth’s resources that are freely available to us all, relationships and love. All of Rob’s extreme adventures and activism campaigns are meant to bring attention to important environmental and social issues and to inspire positive change. They may appear unattainable to some people however, they contain an abundance of simple lessons and tips that can be adapted into any life to live in a manner that is beneficial to the earth, community and self. Through his life, he inspires others to make simple, small changes that grow into great change at a personal and societal level.
Living Up To Your Name w/ Rob Greenfield - goodsugar #025
Activist Rob Greenfield joins Marcus Antebi and Ralph Sutton on this episode of goodsugar! Rob talks to the guys about his years of activism and his minimalist lifestyle. Find Rob Greenfield Here! https://www.robgreenfield.org/https://twitter.com/RobJGreenfieldFollow the show! @MarcusAntebi, @Iamralphsutton, @Bmackayisright. Buy Our Stuff! https://www.goodsugar.life/ Subscribe on Youtube https://bit.ly/2H5KCSt
Warning: this episode with Rob Greenfield might make you want to do something crazy - like sell all your material possessions, set off on an adventure with only a backpack and faith in human kindness, or build a tiny home from reclaimed materials with your mates.Rob is an activist and humanitarian dedicated to leading the way to a more sustainable, just and equal world. He embarks on extreme projects to bring attention to important global issues and inspire positive change. His work has been covered by media worldwide including National Geographic and he’s been named “The Robin Hood of modern times” by France 2 TV. Rob’s life is an embodiment of Gandhi’s philosophy, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” He believes that our actions really do matter and that as individuals and communities we have the power to improve the world around us. Rob donates 100% of his media earnings to grassroots nonprofits and has committed to living simply and responsibly for life.This conversation strikes the balance between inspiration and groundedness, and will leave you feeling both comforted and courageous. SHOW NOTESFrom shining his car on Sundays at age 25 with dollar signs in his eyes to dumpster diving over 2,000 times and being a beacon for radical change around the world.The decision to transform his life so he stopped destroying the earthMaking one positive change every single week for two yearsIntersectional environmentalism - deeply intertwined problems and their solutionsBuilding feedback loops towards empowerment and a sustainable foundationLearning skills to stand strong against the sweeping tide of consumptionFinding alternatives for the things you think you needHolistic decision makingTravelling the world for the same price as the annual cost of a carBuilding freedom by avoiding the minimum monthly repayment trapLiving a life that's not so 'protected’ or ‘insured’The truth: a quality existence takes time, travel, eating, learning, conversing.Spreading excess when you have it so life is more equitable - from those who have enough to those who have too little.Demonetising life relies on more human kindnessThe illusion that money makes us independentTeaching our kids critical thinking and about relationships to thrive in a post carbon economySkill sharing The power of needing each otherThe problems with convenienceThe psychology of changeThe value of minimising judgement and enhancing compassion and understandingStarting with the things which excite you the mostLINKS YOU'LL LOVERob's websiteRob's InstagramSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/futuresteading)
S4E27 Buying in bulk, Freezer Prep, Guest Rob Greenfield - The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio show
The Gardening with Joey & Holly radio show Podcast/Garden talk radio show (heard across the country)
The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from March – Oct weekly Heard on Joy 1340 AM & 98.7 FM Milwaukee, WI Saturday mornings 7-8 AM CST https://tunein.com/radio/Joy-1340-s30042/ Heard on WCRN 830 AM Westborough/Boston, MA Saturdays 8-9 AM EST https://tunein.com/radio/WCRN-AM-830-Full-Service-Radio-s1112/ Heard on KYAH 540 AM Delta/Salt Lake City, UT Saturdays 1-2 PM MST Reply Sundays 9-10 PM MST https://www.yahradio540.com/listen-live/ Heard on KDIZ 1570 AM Minneapolis, MN Saturdays 4-5 PM and replay Sundays 2-3 PM CST http://player.listenlive.co/57071 Heard on WAAM 1600 AM & 92.7 FM Ann Arbor, MI Sundays 7-8 AM EST https://tinyurl.com/p68cvft Heard on WOGO 680 AM & 103.1 FM Chippewa Falls, WI Sundays 9-10 AM CST https://www.christiannetcast.com/listen/player.asp?station=wogo-am Heard on KFEQ 680 AM & 107.9 FM St. Joseph/Kansas City, MO Sundays 10-11 AM CST http://www.680kfeq.com/live-stream/ Heard on WNAX 570 AM Yankton SD Sundays 10-11 AM CST https://tunein.com/radio/Radio-570-s36447/ Heard on WRMN 1410 AM & 96.7 FM Elgin/Chicago, IL Sundays Noon-1 PM CST https://www.wrmn1410.com/ Heard on KMET 1490 AM & 98.1 FM Banning, CA Tuesdays 9 - 10 AM PST https://www.kmet1490am.com/ Check out https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/ Email your questions to Gardentalkradio@gmail.com Or call 24/7 leave your question at 1-800 927-SHOW In segment 1 Joey and Holly talk about What to buy in bulk and how to store it Take into consideration your family size and how much you consume Storage space Is it truly cheaper? Shop sales Dry foods – rice, pasta, dry beans and legumes – store in cool dry area Flours – be aware of bugs Think about humidity levels in your area/home – humidity causes stale food Meat – separate to whatever portion size and label – 6 to 9 months OK frozen in freezer bags Veggies – most need to be blanched or parboiled – 9 months to a year Fruit – can freeze on cookie sheet for better freezing, then freezer bag In segment two Joey and Holly Freezer meal tips Family size Freezer space Can freeze part of the meal Under cook pasta dishes a little Maybe not meatloaf but meatloaf cups Think about what people in household eat Label, Label, Label! Chicken dishes, pasta (Italian) dishes, soups, casseroles Can portion out for a quick lunch Thaw before cooking Lay storage flat for freezing Rob Greenfield is an American adventurer, environmental activist, and an entrepreneur. Before embarking on this journey, he lived a typical lifestyle where he focused on materialistic things and his financial wealth. His goal was to become a millionaire before the age of 30, but he decided to watch documentaries and read books and that changed something. Rob's year of growing and foraging 100% of his food: https://www.robgreenfield.org/foodfreedom He spent 3 of those months last summer in Wisconsin doing this project. And he is looking to do this whole project next in a cold climate, like Wisconsin so that would be interesting for your listeners. 1. You are passionate about a zero waste lifestyle - what is zero waste living? 2. What can urban food gardeners do to help reduce food waste? 3. How can people start living more sustainably? 4. What would you say is the challenge of this current generation concerning the environment and the waste of food. Are we becoming better or is it a problem we are still being faced with? 5. What can you tell people who are motivated to make a change in the world but don’t know where to start? 6. Where can people find out more about you? In segment four Joey and Holly answer garden questions: Topping tomato plants. What do you recommend? Do you cut the top of the leader stem or just the flowers? How long before the first frost do you do that? Are there any other crops I should do this to? Thank you! I love listening to you guys and appreciate all your work. I heard about it from a friend and wasn't sure if it was a gardening myth or not. I thought "I better ask Joey and Holly because they would know the truth Catherine A: Q About when should the spring onions start growing the flowers, does it have to be a certain amount of years old. And I planted a spring onions I got from a store by taking the root part. A:It takes 2 years for an onion to get to seed. If you get a store onion it will go to see the first year BUT you do not know what type of onion it is. type meaning long day sort sort day or mid day length onion. to get a bulb you have to grow the right kind for the area you live Q Is now too early for pumpkins to be ready? I have one that is full of orange and seems ready. I want it to last though, how long is too long to keep it on the vine? A: If the pumpkin is healthy when picked and diseases were controlled in the field, the pumpkin can last 8 to 12 weeks - jack-o-lanterns don't fare as well: They last five to 10 days. The best storage temperature for pumpkins ranges between 50 to 55 degrees Fahrenheit. It is best to harvest it than leave it on the vine. Q I have three zuchinni plants and all the flowers seem to be male flowers. I have no zuchinni. Is there anything I can do about this. Thank you Henry How to deal with powdery mildew Donna ask, My pumpkin vines didn't do well this year for many reasons... would you recommend composting the vines ?? or simply toss in the Green-bin for pickup by waste mgmt. ? Or ? A: Without knowing what the plants had it is best to put them in the trash do not put them out for the city to pick them up to put in their compost pile as you can infect other gardens throw compost depending on what the plants were infected with. If you are in the country throw them in the woods. Q What is purpose of curing winter squash? 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#008 - Rob Greenfield: Food Freedom + Living Off the Land
Educate Inspire Change With Kash Khan
Host Kash Khan interviews Rob Greenfield, an activist and humanitarian dedicated to leading the way to a more sustainable and just world. Rob believes that our actions do matter, and that we have the power to improve the world around us. Named the Robin Hood of modern times, Rob donates 100% of his media income to grassroots nonprofits. He has been featured in National Geographic, BBC, CBS This Morning, Discovery Channel, USA Today, LA Times, The Guardian, Huffington Post and many more. In this podcast, Rob talks about his passion for biology and sustainability, importance of mindfulness, and how individuals can take small steps into living more sustainably. The Educate Inspire Change Takeaway: “I think the truth is that money creates the illusion of independence. Being able to buy whatever goods and services we need, we’re able to forget that behind what we spend there are people and other species, there are ecosystems.” “It’s all about looking at the scenario that you're in instead of looking at someone else and saying, “Oh, I can't do that.” Look at them and think, “What inspiration can I take from them into the situation that I have?” 3:38: Rob talks about living the American Dream until his environmental awakening that began in 2011, which was the beginning of his transformational journey. 6:32: Kash asks Rob what it takes to be committed to living sustainably, which Rob says is to live an examined life and he explains what that means. 15:28: Rob states how humans have damaged their relationship with nature, and the importance for individuals to reconnect. 18:18: Rob is the extreme version of living sustainability and off the grid, and Kash asks him to give advice on how average people can make lifestyle changes to become the change they want to see in the world. 31:50: Rob discusses his respect for psychedelics, why he has not used them yet, and shares that he has recently felt called to use plant medicine. 37:47: Kash asks Rob about his plans for the future, which for him is pursuing his renewed desire to get back to the land and have a home base where he feels connected. 46:30: Rob shares that he has not suffered from mental illness to the degree that others have, but he practices a few techniques to keep himself mentally healthy and gives advice to others that might help them reduce or control their mental illnesses. 59:45: Rob discusses how he has struggled to create a healthy relationship with technology, how he has overcome his challenges, and how going offline has been beneficial for his mental health. Resources https://www.robgreenfield.org — Rob Greenfield’s website https://wwoofinternational.org — World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms https://www.ic.org — Intentional Communities Guest Contact Info https://www.instagram.com/robjgreenfield/?hl=en — Instagram https://www.facebook.com/RobGreenfield/ — Facebook https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKirXBZV7hE4Fws3VSdYkRQ — YouTube Sponsors: EcoLife Supplements This podcast is proudly supported by EcoLife Supplements, Rythmia Life Advancement Center and our very own Psychedelic Documentary series PANTERA Whilst in Costa Rica last year I came across a guy by the name of Anthony Walsh who handed me a bottle of hemp extract CBD oil and after just taking a few drops I was sold. I immediately felt more relaxed and less stressed. I found the quality of my sleep improved and it even helped me with my meditation practices. The reason this product stands out for me was Anthony himself is passionate about healing the world one person at a time and has personally invested thousands of hours researching CBD and cannabinoids in order to fully understand it and to help guide others to receive the maximum benefits. Please visit https://ecolifesupplements.com/blog to learn more and make sure you get a 10% discount by using the coupon code inspirechange. Currently delivering in the USA only. Rythmia Life Advancement Center Rythmia Life Advancement Center is one of our first podcast sponsors and is a special place for me. It’s where I experienced my first deep healing plant medicine journey which sent me on a road of self discovery that ultimately led to the creation of my podcast. If you’d like to find out more please visit them at www.rythmia.link/khan or give them a call on +1 (877) 835-1806 quoting EIC to receive a free shuttle worth $300 off your trip Pantera For the last year and a half, I've been working on a psychedelic documentary series called Pantera where I travel around South America visiting plant medicine retreats and documenting my transformational journeys. The first episode ‘ Our Ayahuasca Journey Begins’ is due to be released in the coming weeks. If you would like to keep up to date with what we're doing and receive the latest updates and releases please register your email at www.pantera.film Thank you! - Kash Khan , EIC Founder
The L.A. Times called him "Different"; UPROXX described him as "the best kind of crazy"...and Fox TV said he was "the world's foremost dumpster diver!" I'm not quite sure how to describe Rob Greenfield, but here's a start: If you were religious you might say he's 'doing the lord's work'. If you are an environmentalist, you would likely call him a hero. No matter what kind of a human being you are, after listening to this episode I bet you'll agree that he is a truly inspiring brother with a huge heart, a big mission, and possesses the creative brilliance that can cause actual change. In this episode, I talk to Rob about his life's story, his incredible activism campaigns, and life during the quarantine. Visit his website at www.robgreenfield.org
#2 - Rob Greenfield: Being the (Radical) Change You Wish to See in the World
Happen Films Podcast
In episode 2 of the Happen Films Podcast we’re joined by a Dude Making a Difference, Rob Greenfield. You might already be one of Rob’s hundreds of thousands of followers; if not, we’re delighted to introduce you to him because he’s one of our favourite people out there working to make the world a better place. We’ve been fans of Rob Greenfield’s work for years, and had the opportunity to catch up with him while he was under lockdown in France during Covid-19. With this interruption to daily life giving many the opportunity to reflect on the type of life they’d like to lead, it was interesting to hear about Rob’s personal journey. “It’s been about a decade now since I really shifted my life. I was living a very materialistic life. I wanted to be a millionaire by the time I was thirty. Then I started to listen to other perspectives and I just woke up to the fact that my life was not what I thought it was at all. I was buying into all these lies that corporations had sold me on what I needed to do in order to be a happy, healthy, successful human being and I pretty quickly decided that I was going to radically transform my life.” Rob has gained notoriety around the world for some of his extreme campaigns – wearing all his own rubbish as he accumulated it over the course of a month (there was a lot to carry!); foraging or growing 100% (100%!) of his food for a year. Rather than fulfil his desire to be a millionaire, his financial vows see him donating 100% of his media income to grassroots charities and his financial net worth kept to the very bare minimum. Rob is a great inspiration. Not because we should all choose to live this way – he acknowledges it’s not for everyone – but because he lives his truth in a way that fulfils him, in a way that he can be proud of, and in the way he truly wants to. That seems to us to be something to aspire to, for each of us in our individual ways. Enjoy the podcast!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
105: How one dude is making a difference with Rob Greenfield
Mama Earth Talk
In this episode, we talk to, Rob Greenfield. He is an activist and humanitarian dedicated to leading the way to a more sustainable world. He is also the author of Dude Making a Difference and the creator of The Food Waste Fiasco. He’s been named “The Robin Hood of modern times” by France 2 TV and “The Forest Gump of Ecology. He has been taking on many challenges over the years like cycling around the US on a bamboo bicycle, wearing his trash for 30 days in New York and growing and foraging all of his own food for a year and is currently travelling the world with all his possessions that fit in a backpack. During this episode, we take a look at his decision to earn no more than the federal threshold each year. We also look at the 44 items he owned, fitting in his backpack and what key items he cannot go without. He also shares with us his journey from wearing his trash for 30 days to growing and foraging all his food for a year and gave us some tips on how we can help out Mama Earth. Indigenous and women-led grassroots environmental organizations that Rob supportMy 44 possessions, everything I own fits in my backpackHow to turn your yard into a garden, grow food not lawnsGrow and forage 100% of your food in central FloridaFood Freedom Book, pre-orderWhere can people find Rob?FacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubeWebsiteKEY TAKE AWAY“When we actually depend upon each other then we figure out ways to make sure that we are lifting others up, rather than bringing them down.”
344: Rob Greenfield - Living A Simple & Sustainable Life
The Ultimate Health Podcast
Rob Greenfield (IG: @robjgreenfield) is an activist and humanitarian dedicated to leading the way to a more sustainable and just world. He embarks on extreme projects to bring attention to important global issues and inspire positive change. Rob's life is an embodiment of Gandhi’s philosophy, “Be the change you wish to see in the world." In this episode, we discuss: Growing up in Wisconsin, in a low income family As a child, Rob became an avid collector of things After college, Rob backpacked around the world Heading to San Diego with only a car full of possessions Rob’s epiphany to “wake up” Learning about other ways of living Asking yourself what you need vs. want Making a list of all the changes you want to make Keep assessing your possessions every 6-12 months Healthy ways to purge your items Sharing resources with your neighbours Living a more connected life The dark side of donating to thrift stores Downsizing to 111 possessions Less stuff = more time Goodbye drivers license, social security card, and bank card Not being attached to money Life with no bills & no cellphone Being mindful means having balance The trash suit experiment Growing and forging food for a year Impact the people around you Show sponsors: Organifi <== 20% off all Organifi products Beekeeper's Naturals <== 15% off all Beekeeper's Naturals products (free shipping on orders $60 or more) Sunwarrior <== 20% off all Sunwarrior products & free shipping over $50 (US only) Related links: Rob Greenfield's website Follow Rob Greenfield on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube Annie Leonard - The Story of Stuff (book) The Story of Cosmetics (video) Goodbye drivers license, social security card, and bank card (YouTube) Growing and Foraging 100% of My Food - No Grocery Stores for a Year! (YouTube) 30 Days of Wearing My Trash (YouTube) Related episodes: 227: Andy Couturier – The Abundance Of Less • Enjoying The Process • Thinking For Yourself 343: Bea Johnson – Zero Waste Home, Experiences Over Stuff, Minimizing Junk Mail 312: James Altucher – Reinvent Yourself, Defining Freedom, Comedians See The Truth 307: Elizabeth Willard Thames aka Mrs. Frugalwoods – Financial Independence Through Simple Living 268: Sarah Wilson – Zero Waste Cooking • Minimal Consumption • Start Thinking Differently Note: Some of the links above are affiliate links. Making a purchase through these links won't cost you anything but we will receive a small commission. This is an easy, free way of supporting the podcast. Thank you! How can you support our podcast? 1. Apple users, please subscribe and review our show on Apple Podcasts, we make sure to read them all. Android users, be sure to subscribe to our show on Google Podcasts. Subscribers never miss any of the action ;) 2. Tell a friend about The Ultimate Health Podcast. They will surely thank you later. You can use the envelope button below to email a friend or tell them about TUHP in person. 3. Join TUHP Facebook community (FREE). This is where we all stay in touch and ask questions in between episodes. Join our community. 4. Follow our adventures on our favourite social media platform, Instagram. 5. Download The Ultimate Health Podcast app (FREE). This way you'll have our whole library of episodes right at your fingertips. Download our iOS/Apple app or our Android app. 6. Share using the buttons below. Thank you!