Think about what happens after you throw something away or even say “hello” to someone. The implications of what’s to follow are what you keep in mind before you act. Use that way of thinking as your guide.
Who actually cares about environmentalism and, for those who do, how can encourage environmental activism?
Is the scrunchie-wearing, hydro flask-carrying VSCO girl and her no-fuss makeup routine actually saving the planet?
In this episode of Jazzed About Nature Podcast, I have a conversation with Gary Golding (aka the Tarzan of Los Angeles) a frequent Naked and Afraid contestant with a message he wants to spread that he has tattooed on his back.
What do you do when you're all alone in the woods and there is someone trying to grab you? In this episode, I sit down with Nicole Snell, adventuresofnik on Instagram, and her work joining her love of nature and her passion for teaching self-defense by creating the OutDoor Defense series.
If you asked me a year ago if I would be the ambassador for the Los Angeles chapter of the international hiking group, Hiker Babes, whose mission is to unite women who share a passion for the outdoors into a community, I would have laughed.
There are so many people choosing more plant-based options in this new age of revitalized environmentalism. More people are caring about what they put into their bodies and where that food comes from. But is going vegan really saving the planet?
I decided to sit down and chat with the founders of Black Girls Trekkin about diversity in outdoor communities and how they started their group.
Where do your items go when you toss them into a recycling bin? Does Recycling actually help save the planet, or is it all a scam? These were questions I heard many of my friends ask. Questions that I would get answers to by phoning a friend.
This is the introduction to the Jazzed About Nature Podcast. Who is Jasmine Lowe? Why is she doing this podcast, and what can we expect from the show? You'll have to continue listening to find out.