Episode 150: Why You Need to Visit Your Local Tool Library with Co-Founder of the Ottawa Tool Library
Bettina Vollmerhausen, Co-Founder of the Ottawa Tool Library joins Casey for an inspiring interview. They talk about the brand new location for OTL, the programs they offer including tool lending, workshops, shared workspaces.
The Ottawa Tool Library is a non-profit tool lending library in the heart of Ottawa – providing tools, expertise and a workspace for projects.
A lot exciting things are on the horizon when it comes to improving the performance of your home. In this video we welcome Stephen Magnerson from Homesol Building Solutions back to the show to talk about energy audits.
What is exactly is an energy audit? Listen to find out.
Buildings make up 40% of our greenhouse gasses globally. There's a radical change coming and everyone can participate.
Casey joined Todd Sachs for Sachs Realty's Tuesday Night Podcast to talk about things you can do to have a healthier and more sustainable home, while being friendlier to our planet at the same time.
Episode 147: My Personal Sustainability Goals for the Future with Heather Jeffrey Re4M Design and Fabrication
Heather Jeffery from Re4m Design and Fabrication interviews Casey for the Earth Week Interview Series. At Re4m, they turn commercial and industrial waste into furnishing, fixtures, and displays for other businesses. Heather has joined us on the podcast before, you can check out our other conversations at the links below.
Episode 146: What is Fast Furniture? Solutions for Furniture Waste with Jamie Facciola from Furniturecycle
It's time to shift how you think about used furniture. Jamie Facciola from Furniturecycle joins us on the podcast this week to talk about the catalyst to launch Furniturecycle, how her lived experience informs her work, and some interesting learnings so far.
Jamie Facciola is an award-winning social entrepreneur whose work on developing local solutions to circular economy challenges has been covered in BBC News, Fast Company, and GreenBiz. Her professional background is in environmental science and corporate environmental management. She is on the Board of the National Upholstery Association, and holds a Master of Environmental Science and Management from the Bren School at UCSB.