Are the Tokyo Olympics Sustainable Enough?

The 2020 Olympics are about to start (in 2021 nonetheless) and the city of Tokyo has been hard at work to make sure these games are as green as they can be! This week Noel and Jacob talk about the positive eco-friendly improvements, what the naysayers have to say, and why the biathlon might be training future spies.

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Tips to Green Your Outdoor Space at Home

Our homes are our sanctuaries these days, with most of us leaving much less often. Home has become the office, school, play and relaxation, all-in-one – leaving many of us with far less space than we thought we had! It’s time to incorporate whatever type of outdoor space you have into your daily routine. Opening […]

The Importance of Optimism with Grant Brown

The Biofriendly Podcast aims to be your beacon of light in a gloomy environment, and this week we welcomed the like-minded creator of Happy Eco News, Grant Brown. Grant has had a long career in clean technology and electrifying ships, and this week he shares his inspiration behind his positive environmental news website, the dangers of doom-scrolling, and how he was once put on the spot to speak to an audience of nearly 350 million people!

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7 Eco-Friendly Reasons Why You Need a Water Filter at Home

Did you know drinking water is one of the best things you can do to protect your health? It’s true! And what better way to drink healthy, clean water than with a home water filter. There are so many reasons why owning a home water filter is eco-friendly. Here are seven reasons you need a […]

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How Producing Your Own Food Can Actually Preserve the Environment

It may sound like a tagline from a blockbuster movie, but gardening can save the world. If COVID-19 has taught us anything more, besides the importance of washing our hands, it’s the planet thrives better when we’re locked up in our homes. We are part of this planet as much as it’s part of us, […]

Regenerative Travel

As world travel begins to make its triumphant return, the tourism industry is poised and ready to make some positive changes with an initiative called ‘Regenerative Travel.’ This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we explore this new sustainable travel movement that aims to make our post-pandemic travel more eco-friendly, less crowded, and quite possibly allow Noel and Jacob to make the best/worst bathing suit choices for the beach!