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118) Balancing frustration with knowing that patience and positivity can better spark change with Candice Batista: How has the media coverage of sustainability evolved over the last decade, and how can we support its presence in mainstream narratives? What was it that instilled in us this idea that living sustainably is all about sacrificing things rather than...

118) Balancing frustration with knowing that patience and positivity can better spark change with Candice Batista: How has the media coverage of sustainability evolved over the last decade, and how can we support its presence in mainstream narratives? What was it that instilled in us this idea that living sustainably is all about sacrificing things rather than...

DeGreen Dreamer: Sustainability and Regeneration From Ideas to Life


118) Balancing frustration with knowing that patience and positivity can better spark change with Candice Batista: How has the media coverage of sustainability evolved over the last decade, and how can we support its presence in mainstream narratives? What was it that instilled in us this idea that living sustainably is all about sacrificing things rather than...

DeGreen Dreamer: Sustainability and Regeneration From Ideas to Life

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37 minutes
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Mar 7, 2019
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How has the media coverage of sustainability evolved over the last decade, and how can we support its presence in mainstream narratives? What was it that instilled in us this idea that living sustainably is all about sacrificing things rather than about gaining things that can truly enrich our lives?   Sharing her wisdom here is Candice Batista, an environmental journalist and the founder of The Eco Hub. Let's dive in!   *Enjoying the show? Support Green Dreamer on Patreon for bonus episodes, access to our private support community, and more.*   HIGHLIGHTS   [3:26] What sparked Candice's interest in environmental journalism.  [7:11] Candice talks about how she was 'very preachy' at first and why she now approaches her messaging from a more educational tone. [8:51] Kaméa: "What's your current greatest challenge in helping to inspire public engagement and action?" [12:58] Candice: "People can tell when you're doing something because you have to or when you're doing something because you're really passionate about it."  [13:53] The misconception that eco-living is all about sacrifice. [20:44] Candice: "When you have less stuff, you actually have more space in your brain and your psyche because you're not cluttered with all these things." [22:59] What Candice has changed her mind about throughout her years reporting on sustainability. [27:16] Kaméa: "How can we better inspire care and action?" [27:36] Candice: "If you have a voice and you can use it, then use it."    Thanks for bringing your light! Find the full show notes with links and resources at www.greendreamer.com/118, subscribe to our free weekly newsletter, and share your #1 takeaway from the episode tagging our featured guest and me @KameaChayne to spread the light and to let us know you're tuning in!   *Enjoying the show? Support Green Dreamer on Patreon for bonus episodes, access to our private support community, and more.*
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Mar 7, 2019
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