002: Sustainable Fashion, Advocating for Garment Worker Rights & Welfare, and Using Fashion for Good with Remake's Emily Stochl
The Impact Collective
In this episode of The Impact Collective, we take a deep dive into the mission of Remake, a nonprofit organization supporting sustainable fashion principles and ethical manufacturing with the mission to make fashion a force for good. Emily Stochl, the Advocacy Manager for Remake, walks us through Remake's foundations, what she's working on, and the challenges that the fashion industry faces. Believe it or not, my technology is out of whack when Mercury is NOT in retrograde, and we did experience some audio issues in the interview portion of the podcast. I hope this doesn't ruin the listening experience -- thanks for bearing with us! To learn more about Remake and Emily, check out @remakeourworld and @emilymstochl. Don't forget to check out Emily's Pre-Loved Podcast, found wherever you get your podcasts! xx --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this episode, I'm joined by Emily Stochl. Emily is a writer, climate activist, and host of the Pre-Loved Podcast. We discuss ethical and sustainable fashion, thrifting, life in Iowa, and community. Where to Find Emily: Instagram: @emilymstochl Blog: BrumeandDaisy.com Twitter: @EmilyMStochl Podcast: Pre-Loved Podcast Newsletter: The French Press Patreon: Pre-Loved Patreon Community GoodReads: Emily Stochl Support the Garment Worker Protection Act: PayUpFashion Petition Organizations: Garment Worker Center Remake Sunrise Movement Books: All We Can Save by Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Katharine K. Wilkinson Politics is for Power by Eitan Hersch Articles: Twilight of the Ethical Consumer by Elizabeth Cline What It’s Like To Live In A City That’s Had 3 ‘Once In A Lifetime’ Climate Disasters In 12 Years by Emily Stochl Authors: Elizabeth Cline Naomi Klein Podcast: Conscious Chatter - The Root Series TV Show: The Good Place
S1E7: Secondhand Clothes & Our Planet with Emily Stochl from Pre-Loved Podcast
Sierra Youth Podcast
Secondhand fashion and the global thrift ecosystem have the potential to radically change the world for the better. In this week's episode we talk to Emily Stochl, the creator of Pre-Loved Podcast which is a weekly interview show about rad vintage style that covers topics like sustainability, slow fashion, why choosing second-hand things first matters, the global secondhand ecosystem, and more! The fashion industry is the second largest polluter in the world behind big oil and has disastrous impacts on both people and the planet. Emily shares with us why she created Pre-Loved Podcast, how clothing donations impact the Global South, tips for thrifting to have rad style AND lighten the environmental footprint of your wardrobe, the importance of slow fashion, and much, much more. We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we did!Mentioned:Conscious Chatter PodcastWardrobe CrisisOverdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap FashionThe True CostSlow Factory Foundation: Fashion & Waste (*click this webinar)Emily Stochl Articles:Gone Vintage: How to Build a Better Thrifting SystemWhat It's Like To Live In A City That's Had 3 'Once In A Lifetime’ Climate Disasters In 12 YearsPre-Loved Episodes:Pre-Loved Podcast: S4Ep20 Second-Hand Fashion in Accra, GhanaPre-Loved Podcast: Liz Ricketts: co-founder of the OR FoundationPre-Loved Podcast: Chloe Freed of @chloegoslowly
Second-Hand Shopping, Ethical Fashion Activism and The Gentrification of Thrifting - or not? With Emily Stochl
The Ethical Conversations Podcast
Find Emily on Instagram - @emilymstochl and listen to the Pre-Loved Podcast here. Read the article discussed in the episode here - Gone Vintage: How To Build A Better Thrifting System Follow Jess on Instagram - @jessrigg_ In this episode of the Ethical Conversations Podcast, Jess talked to Emily Stochl all about union action, ethical fashion activism, vintage shopping, the gentrification of thrifting, how we can all contribute to a better second-hand system, what happens to clothes that we donate to charity shops and more.
We are joined by secondhand expert Emily Stochl of Pre-Loved Podcast! We are discussing the global and domestic secondhand economy; supporting garment workers and the Garment Workers’ Protection Act; scratching the surface of the gentrification of thrift; and tips on shopping for vintage or pre-loved items. I am on Pre-Loved Podcast this week! Also checkRead more The post 130: Thrift Tips, Garment Workers Protection Act, Ethical Secondhand | Emily Stochl, Pre-Loved Podcast appeared first on ECO CHIC.
7- Thrifting Sustainably with Pre-Loved Pod's Emily Stochl
Today Emily and I chat all about the sustainability issues in the second-hand fashion industry. I am so thankful that she was able to sit down with me and explain more about these issues and ways to combat them from a mindful consumer's point of view. Below I have posted important links mentioned during the episode.Emily's Info:The Brume & Daisy Blog- http://brumedaisy.com/Instagram- @brumeanddaisyPre-Loved Pod- iTunes or SpotifyFind me:WebsiteInstagramTwitterFacebookLinkedInHuffPost’s Salvation Army Anti-LGBTQ+ ArticleGreat second-hand fashionistas:Sally- @callmeflowerchildAlli- @allitavNatalie- @nattystylistB Jones Style- @bjonesstyleSecond-hand Apps:DepopBuffalo ExchangethredUP's clean-out kitsSaversOxfamPoshmarkFind a Charity Near You:SMARTCharity WatchSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/sustainabilityof)
Ep. 33 Thrifting vs. Fast Fashion with Emily Stochl of Pre-loved Podcast
The Sustainable Lifestyle Podcast
Lauren and Kaitlynn are joined by Emily Stochl of Pre-loved Podcast to discuss the sustainable benefits of thrifting and why IT'S NOT following the same path as fast fashion.Follow our socials for updates!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thesustainablestylepodcastInsta: https://www.instagram.com/thesustainablestylepodcast/
Emily Stochl on the planet-saving power of shopping second-hand
The Slow Home Podcast
You may know by now that the fashion industry is one of the leading planet polluters, and you also may know that fast fashion (cheap, poorly made fashion that's created for very short-term wear) is a huge part of the problem. One of the best solutions is to start buying second-hand clothes, but if you're a little clueless about how to start thrifting or if you feel intimidated every time you step in to a vintage store, this episode is for you. Brooke chats with Emily Stochl, a passionate thrift shopper who has the best advice on how to get started, how to make sure your bargain is money well spent and why it's important to take it slow when thrifting. Emily also talks about the rise of 'eco fashion' on the high street and why we need to be cautious of greenwashing in the fashion industry, and shares why second-hand shopping is one of the most effective, fun, self-expressive ways to lower our personal carbon footprint. Questions featured in this episode: What's your primary motivation for thrifting? Is it environmental, the thrill of the hunt, finding things no-one else wears? What's the first step to begin our second-hand shopping journey? How can a devoted shopper begin to slow their fashion habit? What do we need to be aware of when donating our unwanted clothes? What are your thoughts on the rise of eco fashion in the high street? Looking for more Slow? Find show notes, resources and links at slowyourhome.com/season3 Follow us on Instagram @slowhomepod Sign up for our love letters Join the Slow Experiment Club over on Patreon Or leave a rating or review in iTunes As always, thank you for listening! Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/slowSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.