The Many Shades of Green

The Many Shades of Green The Many Shades of Green delves into topics that affect the environment locally and globally, as we move to raise social and environmental awareness via culture, politics, and the arts.

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The Many Shades of Green delves into topics that affect the environment in Brooklyn and beyond, as we move to raise social awareness via culture, politics, music and the arts. We hope to open up a dialogue to enhance efforts that create innovation and change. We all have to learn to think out side the box, to promote ideas that will make the world a better place for this and futu

Show Description:
The Many Shades of Green delves into topics that affect the environment in Brooklyn and beyond, as we move to raise social awareness via culture, politics, music and the arts. We hope to open up a dialogue to enhance efforts that create innovation and change. We all have to learn to think out side the box, to promote ideas that will make the world a better place for this and futu

Operating as usual

We must do everything in our power to protect and preserve Mother Nature. Time is no longer on our side, and though I ha...
10/25/2021
Dr. Danielle Begley-Miller, Director of Science & Stewardship at Teatown Lake Reservation

We must do everything in our power to protect and preserve Mother Nature. Time is no longer on our side, and though I hate to be a downer, the effects of our thirst to be constantly plugged in is leading us to a scorched earth. The world is full of wonderful, beautiful things, but our actions are threatening our very existence. We need to work together to bring solutions to what we have brought upon ourselves. Our guest, Dr. Danielle Begley-Miller, is an ecologist and works to preserve the land. Danielle has an extensive background in forest research. She is the Director of Science and Stewardship at Teatown Lake Reservation. She comes to Teatown from Penn State University where she received her doctoral degree in wildlife in 2018. Danielle is responsible for the implementation of Teatown’s land stewardship and environmental research programs, as well as the supervision of select volunteers and interns as they participate in these programs. She is a true steward of the Earth! For more info go to teatown.org #RaiseYourEcoConsciousness Find us on HudsonRiverRadio.com, MalcolmPresents.com, and subscribe to the TMSOG Podcast on your fav podcast app.

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Lindsey Troop of FABSCRAP helps to reduce textile waste that clogs landfillsLet’s say that you have just cleaned out you...
10/19/2021
Lindsey Troop, Regional Manager at FABSCRAP

Lindsey Troop of FABSCRAP helps to reduce textile waste that clogs landfills
Let’s say that you have just cleaned out your closet and you are proud to take the giant bag of old clothes to your local Goodwill or Salvation Army. Did you ever wonder what happens to the mound of goods in these donation piles? In 2018, 17 million tons of textile waste ended up in landfills, according to data from the Environmental Protection Agency, making up 5.8 percent of the total Municipal Solid Waste generation that year. The volume of clothing Americans throw away each year has doubled in the last 20 years, from 7 million to 14 million tons. According to the World Resources Institute, it takes 2,700 liters of water to make one cotton shirt. Textiles can take up to 200+ years to decompose in landfills. We delve into this topic with our guest Lindsey Troop, who is the Regional Manager at FABSCRAP, which is a textile recycling non-profit dedicated to ending the fashion industry’s commercial textile waste problem, diverting as much unused material as possible from being landfilled or incinerated. For more information go to FABSCRAP.org #RaiseYourEcoConsciousness and tweet us your thoughts @tmshadesofgreen Subscribe to our podcast on Spotify, Apple, Amazon, iHearRadio, Spreaker and more. Ask Alexa or Siri to play The Many Shades of Green Podcast. Shows are also available on HudsonRiverRadio.com and Malcolmpresents.com A Shout out to The Green Divas!

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Courtney on Health: The 7 Minute Workout“You’re only one workout away from a good mood.” —UnknownA 7 minute workout is a...
10/19/2021
Courtney on Health 10/12/21 7 Minute Workout

Courtney on Health: The 7 Minute Workout
“You’re only one workout away from a good mood.” —Unknown

A 7 minute workout is a mere blink of your eye within your day, so carve out seven minutes of space for your body, and yes, your mind.

The 7 minute workout was popular a few years ago, but it has recently resurfaced, most likely as a result of lockdowns during the pandemic, especially as so many people worked from home. Scientists at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, and other institutions show that even a few minutes of training at an intensity approaching your maximum capacity, produces molecular changes within muscles comparable to those of several hours of running or bike riding. The 7 minute workout is comprised of 12 exercises which deploy only body weight, the use of a chair and a wall. Courtney demonstrates the 12 exercises and gives us good information about this workout, and how it can be modified according to age, physical condition and more. Follow Courtney on FaceBook and on instagram @clgwellness and on her website courtneygravenese.com. Check out malcolmpresents.com and themanyshadesofgreen.com for more shows.

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A wonderful group of exercises which takes only 7 minutes

Connecting to nature with Lynn TrottaIn this episode we talk about the importance of the connections to nature with gues...
10/12/2021
Lynn Trotta, Certified Life Coach & Nature Based Mentor

Connecting to nature with Lynn Trotta
In this episode we talk about the importance of the connections to nature with guest Lynn Trotta. Lynn works to help people make that intimate connection to the outside world. She is a nature-based mentor and certified life-coach who guides empaths and sensitive souls out of the overwhelm of distraction culture and into peace and belonging, through a rooted and sacred relationship with nature. Lynn is a climate advocate, possibilitarian, ceremonial facilitator, lover-of-life, passionate gardener, wife and mom. Since 2005 she’s been helping people fall madly in love with the wild… both inside and out, by sharing easy-to-follow connection practices fostering embodiment, purpose, and greater intuition.So take a walk on the wild side and enjoy the benefits and beauty of nature. Visit Lynn at LynnTrotta.com. Tweet me your thoughts @tmshadesofgreen. Subscribe to The Many Shades of Green on Spotify, Spreaker, Apple, Amazon, iHeartRadio and via Alexa and Siri. For more shows visit hudsonriverradio.com, malcolmpresents.com.

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Protect the Wild Things in your yard this Fall and Winter with tips from our resident nature expert Victoria Alzapiedi o...
10/05/2021
Victoria Alzapiedi of New Castle Healthy Yards

Protect the Wild Things in your yard this Fall and Winter with tips from our resident nature expert Victoria Alzapiedi of New Castle Healthy Yards
We need to be conscious of how best to manage our yards to maintain the ecosystem for wildlife in the colder months. We also have to manage our leaves by mulching and reducing the use of leaf blowers. We must leave leaves alone, so they can form compost and be beneficial to the land. So what can be done to prepare our yards for the Fall and upcoming Winter, and what can be done to reduce the use of leaf blowers and get the leaves to work for us without disrupting the ecosystem? Victoria gives us some tips and actions that will help us manage our landscape and become better stewards of the planet. Subscribe to our podcast on Spotify, Apple, Amazon, Spreaker.com, iHeart Radio and more. For more info check out New Castle Healthy Yards on FaceBook. Visit hudsonriverradio.com, malcolmpresents.com for all shows. #RaiseYourEcoConsciousness

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Health coaching and Sports Medicine are an important part of athletic training, whether it be on a professional or amate...
10/05/2021
Courtney on Health 9/27/21 with special guest Dr. Nicole Solomos

Health coaching and Sports Medicine are an important part of athletic training, whether it be on a professional or amateur level (high school and college). While there are many people participating in sports, there are an equal amount of armchair quarterbacks who do play sports, who need to exercise and need guidance if they get injured. It is important for athletes to train to be healthy and prevent injuries. Courtney discusses Health and Wellness and Sports Medicine tips with Dr. Nicole Solomos, who is a board certified family medicine/sports medicine physician. She has years of experience with non-surgical sports medicine and orthopedic injuries and ailments. She also takes into account lifestyle changes that can be made to optimize orthopedic conditions. Dr. Solomos enjoys working with recreational, amateur, and professional athletes so that they can remain active and participate in their endeavors. Dr. Solomos is a Certified Health and Wellness Coach who helps people achieve their optimal wellness with changes and improvements in diet, sleep, mindfulness and exercise. Check this and past shows on courtneygravenese.com, malcolmpresents.com and themanyshadesofgreen.com. Find us on instagram @clgwellness, @tmshadesofgreen and Dr. Solomos @nicolesolomos

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Courtney introduces us to Dr. Nicole Solomos a Board Certified Health and Wellness coach as well as a lifestyle coach and physician.

Population Matters! There is renewed interest in the role of global population size and change for the sustainability of...
09/27/2021
Kathleen Mogelgaard, President and CEO of the Population Institute

Population Matters! There is renewed interest in the role of global population size and change for the sustainability of the planet. Taking actions that slow or eventually halt population growth, with multiple other benefits to health and the well-being of women, offer cost-effective ways to address climate change and environmental degradation. Our guest this week is Kathleen Mogelgaard, President and CEO of the Population Institute, where she directs the organization’s advocacy and public education activities. Kathleen is passionate about promoting a deeper understanding of linkages among issues that are critical for sustainable development, including population dynamics, reproductive rights, gender, climate change, and food security. She is a steward of Mother Earth, and a guardian of women’s rights and reproductive protection. For more information visit populationinstitute.org Check out past shows on hudsonriverradio.com and malcolmpresents.com. Subscribe to our podcast on Spotify, Spreaker, Apple, Amazon and more. #RaiseYourEcoConsciousness #BEEGREEN

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There are more than 20,000 different bee species around the world. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United N...
09/14/2021
Regina Blakeslee, Co-Founder of Hudson Valley Natural Beekeepers

There are more than 20,000 different bee species around the world. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) found a growing number of pollinator species around the world are on the brink of extinction. So what do we need to do to protect these valuable, keystone creatures, and stop destroying them with harmful chemicals? Our guest this week is Regina Blakeslee, a natural beekeeper, who gave us some important information about these hard working and essential pollinators. Regina is co-founder of Hudson Valley Natural Beekeepers and has taught beekeeping and planting for pollinator classes at Hilltop Hanover Farm. She is presently the beekeeper and volunteer gardener/farmer at DIG Farm in North Salem… wanna give a shout out to Allison Turcan at DIG FARM! Regina is a healthcare professional, beekeeper, master gardener, horticultural therapist and permaculturist. She believes that the health of the Earth, humans, animals and plants are inseparable. #BEEGREEN #RaiseYourEcoConsciousness. Subscribe to TMSOG podcast on Spotify, Apple, Amazon and more. Check out past shows on MalcolmPresents.com and HudsonRiverRadio.com. A shout out to The Green Divas!

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https://www.spreaker.com/user/10880920/tmsog-09-02-2021-the-wrath-of-mother-natMother Nature is angry. Her wrath is taki...
09/10/2021
The Wrath of Mother Nature

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Mother Nature is angry. Her wrath is taking a toll and we need to step up and take steps to mitigate and adapt. Climate Change is real, just look out your window. Chances are there is a hurricane, fire, flood, drought, rivers drying up, species loss and more. There are solutions at hand, and we need the collective will to apply them. Subscribe to our podcast on Spotify, Apple, Amazon, Spreaker and more. Visit themanyshadesofgreen.com, Malcolmpresents.com, HudsonRiverRadio.com and ask your smart speaker to play The Many Shades of Green. Tweet us
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Do you have any idea of what your kiddos really eat during their school day? Are they eating what you pack them, are the...
08/26/2021
Courtney on Health 8/23/21 Packing a healthy lunch for your child.

Do you have any idea of what your kiddos really eat during their school day? Are they eating what you pack them, are they eating what is being served in the cafeteria? More than at most other meals, kids have a lot of control over what they eat for lunch at school, you can’t see them, so you don’t know what they are munching on. A kid can choose to eat the green beans that came with the taco, or they can throw them out. A kid also can choose to eat an apple instead of an ice cream sandwich. Back in 2013 eleven year old Zachary Maxwell filmed an award-winning short film which was screened at the Manhattan Film Festival that year, to convince his parents that his school lunch wasn’t that healthy. It’s called “Yuck! — A 4th Grader’s Short Documentary About School Lunch. So what should we pack in our kids lunch to make it healthy and tasty? Courtney gives us some info on brown bagging it and helping your kids make better choices when buying lunch. For more info go to courtneygravenese.com, @clgwellness on Instagram, follow COH on FaceBook. View more shows on malcolmpresents.com, tweet us @tmshadesofgreen.

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What foods and snacks should you pack for your school age child.

We need pollinators to survive. Pollination is important for a strong, healthy ecosystem, but the use of chemicals to ki...
08/16/2021
Akayla Bracey, Science and Regulatory Manager of Beyond Plastics

We need pollinators to survive. Pollination is important for a strong, healthy ecosystem, but the use of chemicals to kill weeds and other unwanted bugs is causing massive declines in the pollinator population. One in three bites of food you eat depends on pollinators. Pollination is an essential part of plant reproduction. The main reason for the decline of bees and other pollinators is the over use of pesticides. We know this is a problem, yet millions of tons of pesticides are sprayed daily on crops and lawns globally. What the heck are we thinking, and why are we still poisoning the land? Our guest on this episode is Akayla Bracey, who is the Science and Regulatory Manager at Beyond Pesticides who has some answers to questions on pesticide use, and why we need to stop using the toxic sprays that are killing much more than the weeds, and what the non-toxic alternatives are. For more info go to beyondpesticides.org. For past shows go to hudsonriverradio.com, malcolmpresents.com and subscribe to TMSOG podcast on your favorite podcast app. #THINKGREEN #BEEGREEN

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When COVID19 began to ravage through the US and initially hit NY the hardest, contact tracing became a method to track t...
08/09/2021
Shane Dolch & Sarah Best, Contact Tracers NYS Hudson Valley Westchester Team

When COVID19 began to ravage through the US and initially hit NY the hardest, contact tracing became a method to track the virus in hopes of slowing it down and reducing infections. Many states began to advertise for contact tracers, and thus began a chapter in the fight against the COVID pandemic which was a first step in getting help for those infected. Those who became contact tracers had to be a special type of person who really wanted to help, and had the compassion and fortitude to work under a veil of fear which permeated everyone’s psyche. According to the CDC, a successful notification of exposure allows for an exchange of information with the person (contact) exposed to COVID-19 and offers an opportunity to answer questions and provide referrals for testing, medical evaluation and other necessary support services. Our guests on this episode are Shane Dolch and Sarah Best who worked in the contract tracing program in the Hudson Valley, Westchester County. We discuss all facets of contact tracing, and how it helped control and reduce COVID19 infections. For more information go to coronavirus.health.ny.gov. For more shows go to hudsonriverradio.com, malcolmpresents.com, subscribe to TMSOG podcast on Spotify, Spreaker, Apple Podcasts, iHeartRadio, Amazon Music and more. Tweet us @tmshadesofgreen.

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