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Climate Punk Podcast

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Thomas Kolster launches a new series of video interviews called “Climate Punk” tackling topics on climate-change. He’ll be speaking to various climate activists and the like in order to inspire people to take action and challenge the status quo. Thomas has been a pioneering voice in the advertising industry globally advocating for urgent change for more than 15 years and with these video interviews he want to cut through the noise and show a way forward.

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Climate Punk on Modelling and Empathy

In this episode of Climate Punk, Thomas Kolster interviews sustainable fashion model, PhD, and former Love Island contestant, Brett Staniland on his stance against the fast fashion industry and how his own journey set a path for the famous show to make better decisions. Check it out here, and subscribe for more Climate Punks!

Watch it on We Don't Have Time on April 8 at 15:00 CEST / 9:00 am EDT.

Climate Punk on Fast Fashion and Self-confidence

Aja Barber is a writer, stylist and consultant whose work deals with the intersections of sustainability and the fashion landscape.  Her work builds heavily on ideas behind privilege, wealth inequality, racism, feminism, colonialism and how to fix the fashion industry with all these things in mind.  She has also authored her first book ‘Consumed’.

In this interview, Aja and Thomas have an open discussion on the fast fashion industry, while covering some of the changes that need to be made in order to realise a positive impact on social and environmental factors.

Climate Punk on Love & Art with Chris Jordan

Chris Jordan is a photographic artist, filmmaker, cultural activist, and art educator. He is best known for his hard-hitting artworks that face the darkness of consumer mass-culture, including his projects titled Running the Numbers, Midway, and Intolerable Beauty. His paradigm-breaking film Albatross (2017) continues to reach audiences around the world with a heart-opening story of birds on a remote island in the Pacific whose bodies are filled with plastic. Beauty Emerging is a new set of photographic projects that explore directly the subtle beauty of the living world. In addition to his artworks, Chris is a sought-after public speaker, available to address audiences of all types and ages with his multi-layered message of hope, beauty, and love for our times.

Climate Punk on Zero Waste with Douglas McMaster

Douglas McMaster is a chef, an author, a presenter and the owner of Silo, the world’s first Zero Waste restaurant. Now he is one of our bonafide Climate Punks and in this video you'll see why! He wrote a book called Silo: This is not a cookbook. It’s an overview of a food system of the future, a system that already exists, as Silo.He has also opened a Zero Waste Cooking School

Climate Punk: Airing Out Climate Issues to Find Actionable Solutions

On Earth Day, Thomas Kolster launches a new series of video interviews called “Climate Punk” tackling topics on climate-change. He’ll be speaking to various climate activists and the like in order to inspire people to take action and challenge the status quo. Thomas has been a pioneering voice in the advertising industry globally advocating for urgent change for more than 15 years and with these video interviews he want to cut through the noise and show a way forward.

His first guest is Margaret Klein Salamon, PhD, Executive Director of the Climate Emergency Fund. Margaret Klein Salamon, PhD, is a clinical psychologist turned climate activist whose work helps people to face the truth of the climate emergency and transform their despair into effective, disruptive action. As executive director of Climate Emergency Fund, she raises funds for and makes grants to climate activists. She is the author of Facing the Climate Emergency: How to Transform Yourself with Climate Truth, a radical self-help guide for the climate emergency.

Original airdate: April 22, 2023

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Climate Punk on Modelling and Empathy

In this episode of Climate Punk, Thomas Kolster interviews sustainable fashion model, PhD, and former Love Island contestant, Brett Staniland on his stance against the fast fashion industry and how his own journey set a path for the famous show to make better decisions. Check it out here, and subscribe for more Climate Punks!

Watch it on We Don't Have Time on April 8 at 15:00 CEST / 9:00 am EDT.

Climate Punk on Fast Fashion and Self-confidence

Aja Barber is a writer, stylist and consultant whose work deals with the intersections of sustainability and the fashion landscape.  Her work builds heavily on ideas behind privilege, wealth inequality, racism, feminism, colonialism and how to fix the fashion industry with all these things in mind.  She has also authored her first book ‘Consumed’.

In this interview, Aja and Thomas have an open discussion on the fast fashion industry, while covering some of the changes that need to be made in order to realise a positive impact on social and environmental factors.

Climate Punk on Love & Art with Chris Jordan

Chris Jordan is a photographic artist, filmmaker, cultural activist, and art educator. He is best known for his hard-hitting artworks that face the darkness of consumer mass-culture, including his projects titled Running the Numbers, Midway, and Intolerable Beauty. His paradigm-breaking film Albatross (2017) continues to reach audiences around the world with a heart-opening story of birds on a remote island in the Pacific whose bodies are filled with plastic. Beauty Emerging is a new set of photographic projects that explore directly the subtle beauty of the living world. In addition to his artworks, Chris is a sought-after public speaker, available to address audiences of all types and ages with his multi-layered message of hope, beauty, and love for our times.

Climate Punk on Zero Waste with Douglas McMaster

Douglas McMaster is a chef, an author, a presenter and the owner of Silo, the world’s first Zero Waste restaurant. Now he is one of our bonafide Climate Punks and in this video you'll see why! He wrote a book called Silo: This is not a cookbook. It’s an overview of a food system of the future, a system that already exists, as Silo.He has also opened a Zero Waste Cooking School

Climate Punk: Airing Out Climate Issues to Find Actionable Solutions

On Earth Day, Thomas Kolster launches a new series of video interviews called “Climate Punk” tackling topics on climate-change. He’ll be speaking to various climate activists and the like in order to inspire people to take action and challenge the status quo. Thomas has been a pioneering voice in the advertising industry globally advocating for urgent change for more than 15 years and with these video interviews he want to cut through the noise and show a way forward.

His first guest is Margaret Klein Salamon, PhD, Executive Director of the Climate Emergency Fund. Margaret Klein Salamon, PhD, is a clinical psychologist turned climate activist whose work helps people to face the truth of the climate emergency and transform their despair into effective, disruptive action. As executive director of Climate Emergency Fund, she raises funds for and makes grants to climate activists. She is the author of Facing the Climate Emergency: How to Transform Yourself with Climate Truth, a radical self-help guide for the climate emergency.

Original airdate: April 22, 2023

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Mr. Goodvertising - post-purpose preacher, marketing & sustainability advisor, international keynote speaker & author

Thomas Kolster is a frontrunner and one of the most recognised thinkers globally where marketing, business and sustainability meet. He continuously challenges the status-quo with his vocal, and often provocative, views on values, purpose, and leadership. In an over-crowded do-good market, people don’t buy your values or your “why”, but rather who you can help them become. Written two books: Goodvertising & The Hero Trap Delivered keynotes and workshops in +70 markets for clients like Facebook, P&G and IKEA and at conferences such as TEDx, SXSW and more.

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Thomas Kolster

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Mr. Goodvertising - post-purpose preacher, marketing & sustainability advisor, international keynote speaker & author

Thomas Kolster is a frontrunner and one of the most recognised thinkers globally where marketing, business and sustainability meet. He continuously challenges the status-quo with his vocal, and often provocative, views on values, purpose, and leadership. In an over-crowded do-good market, people don’t buy your values or your “why”, but rather who you can help them become. Written two books: Goodvertising & The Hero Trap Delivered keynotes and workshops in +70 markets for clients like Facebook, P&G and IKEA and at conferences such as TEDx, SXSW and more.

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