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Green Dreamers: Love the Earth with These Podcasts


Podcasts – digital talks you can listen to from your phone or computer

Podcasts are a great way to learn new things if you lead a busy lifestyle. Since they’re usually available as a series, focusing on a different topic within their area of expertise in each episode, you can get in the habit of learning something new every week. You can access Podcasts through Spotify, YouTube, your device’s dedicated podcast app, or simply in the browser window on your computer.

Today, on Green Dreamer Day, we choose to highlight environmental podcasts because they help simplify sustainable living and make it easy to understand.

Lately, we’ve been loving Green Dreamer. This holistic environmental podcast deals with a variety of sustainability-related topics and features many experts in the field who share their knowledge and opinions. Green Dreamer focuses on making every area of our lives sustainable, always investigating what the most sustainable solution for a particular problem is. Both a podcast and multimedia journal exploring our paths to holistic healing, ecological regeneration, and true abundance and wellness *for all*.

With over 300 episodes recorded to date, you can either start listening to Green Dreamer from the beginning, catch up on some episodes which sound most interesting to you, or simply join in for the new episodes as they’re being released.


Here’s a list of our favorite podcasts:

  • Green Dreamer
  • Podship Earth
  • For The Wind
  • The Energy Bag
  • Broken Ground
  • Practically Zero Waste
  • Bionic Planet: Reversing Climate Change
  • Nature Podcast
  • Speak Up: The Ocean Blue

If you would like to try out a few products to help you move closer to zero waste, read our blog “ Snacking Sustainably: 11 hacks towards sustainability”.

Samantha Nieman

Samantha Nieman is a Copy Writer from Omaha, Nebraska. As an avid traveler and photographer, she loves writing articles about sustainable practices around the world. With her Bachelor's degree in Health Sciences and a passion for conservation, she enjoys writing most about sustainability.