Press release, Bucharest, April 5, 2021
Podcasting Sustainable Living podcast proposes a dialogue about adopting a lifestyle through which we can reduce our personal or societal ecological footprint. International experts, scientists, journalists, representatives of academia, but also people from various fields who have adopted a sustainable lifestyle come to inspire the audience.
The guests who will give voice to the discussions on sustainability in a first season Sustainable Living Podcast launched today are: Therese Hyden, Swedish Ambassador to Bucharest; László Borbély, Coordinator of the Department for Sustainable Development; Mona Nicolici, Radio Journalist Europa FM and Sustainability & CSR Consultant; Valentin Negoiță, President of ECOTIC, Marius Costache, General Manager Green WEEE; Anastasia Staicu, President of the SNK Association; Dr. Sorin Cebotari, Project Manager of Infoclima.ro.
Sweden is at the forefront of sustainability, and its motto for achieving sustainable development goals can be summarized as "The biggest challenge in the world is the biggest opportunity ", as he says Therese Hydén, Swedish Ambassador to Bucharest, guest on the first episode of Sustainable Living Podcast:
"In fact, awareness of sustainability issues needs to be discussed in all countries, both in Romania and Sweden, as well as globally. I would say that public awareness is important for many reasons, and I will give you two of these as examples. The first is that the public is the society, which is in transition, and because of this, we, the public, the society, must understand "Why?", "What?", "How?". Why is a transition needed? What does the transition involve? And how can we all make sure that the transition is complete. For the transition to be successful, we must all change our behavior and attitudes. Awareness determines attitude, and attitude determines our behavior. Awareness of this podcast will help us do our part as members of society in transition, and it will also help us see if what the authorities or the private sector are doing is good, for sustainable development and transition to a more sustainable society. "
This first episode is available on the site www.sustainableliving.ro and podcast channels (Spotify, Google Podcasts), and can be watched in video format on the YouTube channel of the project: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOBXjIwXFnk.
Gazda Sustainable Living Podcast this Nicoleta Talpes, entrepreneur and expert in strategic communication for projects with social impact, with 14 years of experience in developing projects for both companies and NGOs.
Sustainable Living Podcast is part of the portfolio of social communication projects developed by Media Image Factory, in the area of sustainability, together with the ecological education platform Green Guerrilla, GreenTech Film Festival, dedicated to the popularization of green technologies and documentary 10 (TEN).
The dialogue with this season's guests is broadcast from a location where sustainability is at home, Seneca Anticafe.
A project supported by the Swedish Embassy in Bucharest, Every Can Counts Romania, Alucro Association, SNRB, Stratos, Eco Synergy, Respo WEEE, Green Group, ECOTIC Organization and Radio Eco Natura.
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