Category Archives for "Sustainability"

Green Byte 1: Veganism

In my first Green Byte episode, I’m discussing Veganism. A recent film was released called ‘The Game Changers’ which promotes veganism but fails to provide a balanced debate on a hot topic. In this short Unstress episode I raise some issues that I feel the film and veganism itself does not. Selected Links from the […]

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Good Byte 1: A Climate Tipping Point

…explore what ‘stress’ and ‘holistic’ actually means in our modern world Green Byte 1 – A Climate Tipping Point Welcome to the first Good Byte episode. This short episode raises topics I feel are important and relevant to all of us. In this episode I’m discussing the climate tipping point we are currently facing in […]

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Terry McCosker – Resource Consulting Service (RCS)

…explore what ‘stress’ and ‘holistic’ actually means in our modern world Terry McCosker, an internationally acclaimed teacher in research and property management joins me today to discuss ecosystem health, farm-family wellbeing and regenerative agriculture. Selected Links from the Episode Resource Consulting Service website Unstress episode with Allan Savory on civilisations Unstress episode with Joel Salatin […]

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Dr Pri Bandara – Health Impacts of Wireless Technology

…explore what ‘stress’ and ‘holistic’ actually means in our modern world Medical practitioner and mother of two, Dr Pri Bandara joins me today to share the impact of wireless technologies on our health. Pri shares her personal story that highlights some rather disturbing information we all need to take notice of. Selected Links from the […]

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Dr Lisa Matriste – Say No To Mercury

…explore what ‘stress’ and ‘holistic’ actually means in our modern world Dr Lisa Matriste, a holistic dental practitioner with over 30 years of experience joins me to discuss mercury. Lisa is a passionate advocate of Say No to Mercury, a UN global initiative. In this episode, she shares her journey to becoming an advocate and […]

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Dr Ron Ehrlich – Unstress: The Year in Review (2018)

…explore what ‘stress’ and ‘holistic’ actually means in our modern world As we come to the last episode of the year I wanted to take the opportunity to reflect on 2018 and the wonderful guests we have had on Unstress. This year on Unstress we’ve covered topics such as sleep, nutrition, environmental issues, regenerative agriculture, […]

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Grahame Rees – Low-stress and Regenerative Agriculture

…explore what ‘stress’ and ‘holistic’ actually means in our modern world Grahame Rees, an educator, farmer and 4th generation sheep and wool producer joins me on this weeks episode. During the episode, we cover some questions such as where does our food come from? What are the challenges for people on the farm?  In addition […]

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Kate Harris – GECA: Good Environmental Choice Australia

…explore what ‘stress’ and ‘holistic’ actually means in our modern world Kate Harris is CEO of GECA – Good Environmental Choice Australia. GECA is an organisation we should all become more familiar with, it is Australia’s only independent, not for profit, multi-sector, sustainability and environmental certification program. In today’s episode, we discuss consumer consciousness and […]

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Glenn Morris – The Importance of Soil in Building Resilience

…explore what ‘stress’ and ‘holistic’ actually means in our modern world lenn Morris, joins me to discuss the importance of soil in building resilience, improving the lands ability to absorb and store water, and improve the nutrient value of the land. Glenn is an organic beef farmer in Northern New South Wales who has studied […]

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Professor Jules Pretty – Manifesto of the Green Mind

…explore what ‘stress’ and ‘holistic’ actually means in our modern world Professor Jules Pretty joins me to discuss the inseparable link between our health and the health of our environment. He shares what sustainability is to him, how we can implicate it in our societies and the potential impact that can have on us as […]

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