• Summary

  • Are you an eco- and health-conscious parent who wants to make positive changes to your home to reduce toxins and your carbon footprint? Then “The Healthy Green Home Podcast” is the podcast for you! Each episode will help you understand how to make environmentally friendly changes to your home without overwhelming you in the process. Your host, Emma Rohmann, brings over 15 years’ experience as an accredited green building consultant and has been helping families reduce toxins in their homes for over 5 years through her business, Green at Home. This podcast will feature expert insights, advice, and strategies to help you create a healthy home - for your family and the planet. Best of all, Emma will help you take the most important information and use it to drive change. And she will do it all without that all-or-nothing judgmental attitude that makes so many people afraid to tackle healthy and green projects at home.
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Episodes
  • Jul 18 2022
    Healthy Green Homes is a part of the EcoParent Podcast Network: https://www.ecoparent.ca/podcasts This episode is generously sponsored by Eucalan: https://www.eucalan.com Intro: Bettina Hoar is the founder of Sage Living Toronto, a sustainable building consulting firm specialising in health and well-being in the sustainably built environment. This episode is fantastically rich with insights and information! We talk about how to choose a team, costing, energy efficiency considerations and so much more. Links: https://www.sagelivingtoronto.com/ https://www.instagram.com/sagelivingto/?hl=en https://www.facebook.com/SageLivingTO Host Bio & Links: Emma Rohmann is an environmental engineer and mom of 2 who brings over 15 years of experience as an accredited green building consultant. She has been helping families reduce toxins in their homes for over 5 years through her business, Green at Home. IG: @emma_greenathome https://greenathome.ca About the EcoParent Podcast Network: The EcoParent Podcast Network helps busy families live a healthier, greener lifestyle. Our host experts are imperfect, real, busy parents just like you who share ways to lower our collective carbon footprint and practical strategies that make a difference to your family’s health, the planet and to our children’s future. We offer raw, honest conversations and actionable advice across our six podcasts: pregnancy & birth, pediatric wellness, kids’ nutrition, green beauty, healthy home, and raising greener teens. Join us and get inspired to live a more sustainable, healthy life! www.ecoparent.ca/podcasts Partnerships: Audio magic on this episode was performed by Carlay Ream-Neal. This episode was edited by Emily Groleau.
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    56 mins
  • Jun 20 2022
    Healthy Green Homes is a part of the EcoParent Podcast Network: https://www.ecoparent.ca/podcasts This episode is generously sponsored by Eucalan: https://www.eucalan.com Intro: Alexandra is a globally recognized change agent in non-toxic fashion and a leading voice in the international dialogue to turn fashion lovers into conscious consumers through education and action. To help shed light on the hidden epidemic of harmful chemicals in the clothing people wear and serve as a trusted source of content that would help close the transparency gap that exists between consumers and fashion and apparel brands, Alexandra founded Fashion FWD in 2018 and is a frequent speaker on sustainable fashion topics. Alexandra previously served on the U.S. sustainability team, Sancroft, Chaired by the UK’s former Secretary of State for the Environment and Agriculture, Food and Fisheries, Lord Deben. When not sharing ideas to move fashion forward in the boardrooms of leading brands around the world, Alexandra can be found educating students through the global business of fashion. List of Topics Covered: Toxins in clothes Mobilizing change in the manufacturing of clothes Greenwashing claims How consumers can drive change Links: www.fashionfwd.org Instagram: https://instragram.com/fashion_fwd Host Bio & Links: Emma Rohmann is an environmental engineer and mom of 2 who brings over 15 years of experience as an accredited green building consultant. She has been helping families reduce toxins in their homes for over 5 years through her business, Green at Home. IG: @emma_greenathome https://greenathome.ca About the EcoParent Podcast Network: The EcoParent Podcast Network helps busy families live a healthier, greener lifestyle. Our host experts are imperfect, real, busy parents just like you who share ways to lower our collective carbon footprint and practical strategies that make a difference to your family’s health, the planet and to our children’s future. We offer raw, honest conversations and actionable advice across our six podcasts: pregnancy & birth, pediatric wellness, kids’ nutrition, green beauty, healthy home, and raising greener teens. Join us and get inspired to live a more sustainable, healthy life! www.ecoparent.ca/podcasts Partnerships: Audio magic on this episode was performed by Carlay Ream-Neal. This episode was edited by Emily Groleau.
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    41 mins
  • May 30 2022
    Healthy Green Homes is a part of the EcoParent Podcast Network: https://www.ecoparent.ca/podcasts This episode is generously sponsored by Eucalan: https://www.eucalan.com Intro: Learning about and acting on toxins, environmental degradation, and other hard topics requires the capacity to do so without letting it drag you down. It can be easy to sink into fear and despair, feeling like it’s too big to handle. We are needed. And we can make a difference. So we need the capacity to tackle hard things. I was lucky enough to start to build this capacity with support from Lindsay Coulter when I worked with her in the David Suzuki Foundation’s Queen of GreenTM Coaching Program. I invited her to chat with me to help you build capacity too. Lindsay Coulter is a dedicated mother of two, naturalist, community catalyst, soul activist, mentor, writer and horse lover in Victoria, B.C. She seeks to inspire others to claim sane leadership and find better ways to be in this world together. She believes in creating good human society wherever we are, whenever we can with the people and resources available to us now. Her expertise is as a green living expert for more than a decade, as former David Suzuki’s Queen of GreenTM, a leader, mentor, facilitator, community catalyst, compassion cultivator, soul activist and courageous conversation starter. List of Topics Covered: What it means to take sane action Simple ways to build community and why this is essential How we can reconnect to nature in an increasingly disconnected world Eco-grief and building the capacity to cope How to show up on social media Having conversations with people who aren’t on board Hope and fear in chaotic times Links: You can find Lindsay here: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SaneAction On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/saneaction The forest and nature school, EPIC: https://epiclearningcentre.org/ Other links mentioned: Margaret Wheatley "Beyond hope and fear": https://www.margaretwheatley.com/articles/BeyondHopeandFear.pdf Nature & Children: https://childnature.ca/taking-care-of-the-heart-through-nature-play-and-connection-in-chaotic-times/ About the EcoParent Podcast Network: The EcoParent Podcast Network helps busy families live a healthier, greener lifestyle. Our host experts are imperfect, real, busy parents just like you who share ways to lower our collective carbon footprint and practical strategies that make a difference to your family’s health, the planet and to our children’s future. We offer raw, honest conversations and actionable advice across our six podcasts: pregnancy & birth, pediatric wellness, kids’ nutrition, green beauty, healthy home, and raising greener teens. Join us and get inspired to live a more sustainable, healthy life! www.ecoparent.ca/podcasts Partnerships: Audio magic on this episode was performed by Carlay Ream-Neal. This episode was edited by Emily Groleau.
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    49 mins

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