Daily Schedule

Day One, Thursday September 23rd

Become curious and discover what your child needs in order to grow and unfold into their fullest potential.

Dr. Gordon Neufeld

How to Help Children Flourish

Developmental Psychologist

You can find Dr. Gordon neufeld online at www.neufeldinstitute.org

Dr. Gordon Neufeld is a Vancouver-based developmental psychologist with over 45 years of experience with children and youth and those responsible for them. A foremost authority on child development, Dr. Neufeld is an international speaker, a bestselling author Hold On to Your Kids: Why Parents Need to Matter More Than Peers and a leading interpreter of the developmental paradigm. Dr. Neufeld has a widespread reputation for making sense of complex problems and for opening doors for change. While formerly involved in university teaching and private practice, he now devotes his time to teaching and training others, including educators and helping professionals. His Neufeld Institute is now a world-wide charitable organization devoted to applying developmental science to the task of raising children. Dr. Neufeld appears regularly on radio and television. He is a father of five and a grandfather to six.

In this interview you will learn:

What it means to be your child’s answer
The keys of emotional health 
Four irreducible needs of a child to realize their full potential 
That a child’s work is attachment and that rest from that “work” is where the body and brain develop
The hierarchical nature of attachment

Dr. Deborah MacNamara

The Connection Between Emotion and Play

Clinical Counsellor and Developmentalist

You can find dr. deborah macnamara online at www.macnamara.ca

Dr. Deborah MacNamara is a Developmentalist and Clinical Counsellor, on Faculty at the Neufeld Institute and the author of the best selling book Rest, Play, Grow: Making Sense of Preschoolers (or anyone who acts like one), which has been translated into 14 languages, and the The Sorry Plane, her first children's picture book. She is the Director of Kid's Best Bet, a counselling centre to support caretakers make sense of the kids in their care - from learning, emotional, to behavioural challenges.  

In this interview you will learn:

About emotions and how they differ from feelings
What can happen when children become defended against vulnerable feelings
The role of emotions in maturation
Why play is the first and primary solution to emotions
Why play matters and its purpose
Why free play trumps organized activities
How to create an environment for free play

Dr. Vanessa Lapointe

How to Discipline Without Damage

Registered Psychologist, Author, Parent Educator and Mom

You can find dr. vanessa lapointe online at www.drvanessalapointe.com

Dr. Vanessa Lapointe is a mom, registered psychologist, parenting educator, international speaker, best-selling author of Parenting Right From the Start: Laying a Healthy Foundation in the Baby and Toddler Years and Discipline Without Damage: How to Get Your Kids to Behave Without Messing Them Up. and a regularly invited media guest. Founder and director of The Wishing Star Lapointe Developmental Clinic, she has been supporting families and children for almost 20 years, and has previous experience in community mental health and the school system. Dr. Vanessa is known for bringing a sense of nurturing understanding and humanity to all of her work. Her passion is in walking alongside parents, teachers, care providers, and other big people to really see the world through the child’s eyes. She believes that if we can do this, we are beautifully positioned to grow up our children in the best possible way.

In this interview you will learn:

About the pitfalls of conventional discipline
Why a connection-based approach to discipline is so much better for children and their parents
About the “parenting mountain”
The three components of healthy discipline
Why you need to get your parent swagger on

"Teacher Tom" Hobson

The Role of Play in Education

Early Childhood Educator

You can find teacher tom online at www.teachertomsworld.com

Tom "Teacher Tom" Hobson is an early childhood educator, international speaker, education consultant, teacher of teachers, parent educator, and author. He is known for Teacher Tom's Blog and his two bestselling books Teacher Tom’s First Book, Teaching and Learning from Preschoolers and Teacher Tom’s Second Book, Teaching and Learning from Preschoolers. He shares his pedagogy through online e-courses for early childhood educators and parents; produces international online ECE conferences; consults with organizations about his "Family Schools" program; and inspires early years audiences around the world both virtually and in-person.

In this interview you will learn:

About the role of play in learning
Why traditional schools are failing our kids today
About cooperative preschools
Why children learn best through play
What play is and isn’t
How children naturally learn to read

Heather Shumaker

Why It’s Ok Not to Share (And Other Renegade Rules) 


You can find heather shumaker online at www.heathershumaker.com

Heather Shumaker is an author and national speaker. Her renegade parenting books, It's OK Not to Share and Other Renegade Rules for Raising Competent and Compassionate Kids and It's OK to Go Up the Slide: Renegade Rules for Raising Confident and Creative Kids, promote play, risk-taking, and emotional and social learning and have been translated into French, Chinese, Korean, Arabic, and other languages. Heather is also a children’s fiction author. The Griffins of Castle Cary is an award-winning adventure for kids ages 8-12. She co-host of a new podcast focused on children’s books called BookSmitten.

In this interview you will learn:

Myths about how children “should” behave
To trust in your child’s development and enjoy the ride
Why forcing kids to say “sorry” is teaching them all the wrong lessons
Why your children need to see you make mistakes
How to allow your child to participate in rough-and-tumble play while keeping people and property safe
How to relax as you let your child take some risks

Day Two, Friday September 24th

Become the parent your child needs so that you can show up as your whole, unapologetic, authentic self.

Dr. Tina Payne Bryson

The Power of Secure Attachment

NY Times best-selling author, Speaker, Educator, Psychotherapist, and Mom

You can find Dr. tina payne bryson online at www.tinabryson.com

Dr. Tina Payne Bryson is the author of the Bottom Line for Baby and co-author (with Dan Siegel) of two New York Times Best Sellers—The Whole-Brain Child and No-Drama Discipline—each of which has been translated into over fifty languages, as well as The Yes Brain and The Power of Showing Up. She is the Founder and Executive Director of The Center for Connection, a multidisciplinary clinical practice in Southern California. Dr. Bryson keynotes conferences and conducts workshops for parents, educators, and clinicians all over the world, and she frequently consults with schools, businesses, and other organizations.  An LCSW, Tina is a graduate of Baylor University with a Ph.D. from USC. The most important part of her bio, she says, is that she’s a mom to her three boys.

In this interview you will learn:

About secure attachment
Why children need to have secure attachment
 About the four S’s of secure attachment
The difference between attachment and attachment parenting
How a secure attachment will lead to self-regulation
Tips for self-regulation

Julie Lythcott-Haims

Raising Successful Kids Without Over-Parenting

Author, Speaker, Activist

You can find julie lythcott-haims online at www.julielythcotthaims.com

Julie Lythcott-Haims believes in humans and is deeply interested in what gets in our way. She is the New York Times bestselling author of the anti-helicopter parenting manifesto How to Raise an Adult which gave rise to a TED Talk that has more than 5 million views. Her second book is the critically-acclaimed and award-winning prose poetry memoir Real American, which illustrates her experience as a Black and biracial person in white spaces. A third book, Your Turn: How to Be an Adult, is out now.

In this interview you will learn:

Practical ideas for how to help your children be successful
Why you should ditch check-listed childhood
Why your child’s worth shouldn’t be defined by grades and school
Why it might be helpful to relate to your child as you would a niece or nephew – with empathy and concern but without feeling responsible for their choices and decisions
Why chores are good for kids

Dr. Elisa Song

Cultivating Immune Resilience in Children

Integrative Pediatrician

You can find dr. elisa song online at www.healtykidshappykids.com

Dr. Elisa Song, MD is an integrative pediatrician, pediatric functional medicine expert, and mama. In her integrative pediatric practice, Whole Family Wellness, she’s helped 1000s of kids get to the root causes of their health concerns and helped their parents understand how to help their children thrive – body, mind, and spirit – by integrating conventional pediatrics with functional medicine, homeopathy, acupuncture, herbal medicine, and essential oils. Dr. Song created Healthy Kids Happy Kids as an online holistic pediatric resource to help practitioners and parents bridge the gap between conventional and integrative pediatrics with an evidence-based, pediatrician-backed approach.

In this interview you will learn:

How to cultivate immune resistance from the inside out
Why antibiotics should be used sparingly
About the building blocks of immune resilience
How the health of the gut impacts the health of the brain and vice versa
The top foods Dr. Song recommends for a healthy immune system
About supplements, essential oils, and herbs for children

Mr. Chazz

Overcoming Roadblocks to Positive Parenting

Positive Parenting Coach

You can find MR. Chazz online at www.instagram.com/mrchazz

Chazz Lewis, aka “Mr. Chazz,” is an educational specialist currently overseeing nine preschools. He coaches teachers. He’s branched out into coaching parents as well. He’s been a supervisor, and a trainer, and a problem solver, and he refers to himself as CEO of teachers changing the world. He’s able to translate a child’s language in a way that adults can understand. He’s committed to helping parents and teachers assist children’s development in a way that is more enjoyable and effective for everyone. Mr. Chazz also hosts the podcast, Mr. Chazz’s Leadership, Parenting, and Teaching.

In this interview you will learn:

The things that get in the way of positive parenting, including intergenerational trauma
About breaking intergenerational cycles
Why parents get triggered
That peaceful parenting techniques are for everyone – not just children
Why coercive discipline can be so damaging

Katie Crosby

Sensory Processing and Emotional Regulation in Kids

Occupational Therapist, Family Wellness Advocate and Founder of Thriving Littles

You can find katie crosby online at www.thrivinglittles.com

Katie Crosby is a pediatric occupational therapist turned family guide who started Thriving Littles seeing the need and interest in the lifelong payoffs of conscious interaction. 

In this interview you will learn:

About sensory processing and why it’s important for emotional regulation
About sensory processing differences
The six-step process to help kids with intense emotion
How to support your child through big emotions

Dr. Sophie Brock

The Myth of the Perfect Mother

Motherhood Studies Sociologist

You can find Dr. Sophie Brock online at www.drsophiebrock.com

Dr. Sophie Brock is a Motherhood Studies Sociologist and single Mother to her daughter, living in Sydney, Australia. She works with both mothers and professionals who support mothers, to understand the ways mothers’ experiences are socially and culturally shaped. Sophie advocates for the liberation of Motherhood and support for empowered practices of mothering through her online courses, membership, mentoring, certification program and podcast - The Good Enough Mother.

In this interview you will learn:

About the myth of the perfect mother
About the unhelpful binaries that can trap mothers
 Why it’s easy for mothers to fall into a cycle of anger, guilt, and resentment
How to liberate yourself from the anger-guilt trap
About powerless responsibility and how to fight it

Day Three, Saturday September 25th

Deepen Your Confidence in Your Own Ability to Parent and Lead Through Relationship, Not Strategy

Maggie Dent

Raising Resilient Kids in an Uncertain World

Parenting Author and Educator

You can find Maggie dent online at www.maggiedent.com

Commonly known as the ‘queen of common sense’, Maggie Dent has become one of Australia's favourite parenting authors and educators, with a particular interest in the early years, adolescence and resilience. Maggie is the author of seven major books, including the bestselling 2018 release Mothering Our Boys and her 2020 release From Boys to Men. She hosts the ABC podcast, Parental As Anything. Maggie is a dedicated advocate to
quietly changing lives in our families and communities. She is the mother of four sons and a very grateful grandmother.

In this interview you will learn:

The 10 fundamental building blocks for developing resilience
What it takes to build the competencies that will help your child manage life
That traditional kinship communities are structured to facility resilience
How our safe playgrounds might be robbing our children of valuable risk/reward lessons
How pets can help build empathy in some children

Mona Delahooke, Ph.D.

Using Brain Science to Understand Beyond Behaviour

Clinical Child Psychologist

You can find mona delahooke online at www.monadelahooke.com

Mona M. Delahooke, Ph.D. is a clinical child psychologist, mother, and grandmother with a passion for supporting families and children. She has worked widely with multi- disciplinary teams in the area of developmental and emotional differences for over 25 years. She is a trainer and consultant to schools, public/private agencies and parents. Her blog and award winning book, Beyond Behaviors: Using Brain Science and Compassion to Understand and Solve Children’s Behavioral Challenges explains a new body and brain-based approach to behavioral challenges for therapists, parents and teachers.

In this interview you will learn:

About the origins of behaviorism and why we need to look deeper
About the development iceberg
About polyvagal theory
The difference between top-down and bottom-up behaviors and how to respond to them
Why self-regulation is a byproduct of co-regulation

Mark Wolynn

Healing Inherited Family Trauma

Director of the Family Constellation Institute

You can find mark wolynn online at www.markwolynn.com

Mark Wolynn is the director of the Family Constellation Institute in San Francisco, and is a leading expert in the field of inherited family trauma. His book It Didn't Start With You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How to End the Cycle is the winner of the 2016 Silver Nautilus Book Award in psychology, and has been translated into 22 languages. His articles have appeared in Psychology Today, Mind Body Green, MariaShriver.com, Elephant Journal and Psych Central, and his poetry has been published in The New Yorker. 

In this interview you will learn:

 About inherited family trauma and epigenetics
The signs of inherited family trauma
How to process and heal from inherited family trauma
The beautiful story about how Mark’s failing eyesight was restored when we learned to release family inherited trauma
Why it’s important that families talk about and process traumas that affect the family unit

Jessica Joelle Alexander

The Danish Way of Parenting

Bestselling Author and Danish Parenting Expert

You can find Jessica Joelle Alexander online at www.jessicajoellealexander.com

Jessica Joelle Alexander is a Bestselling Author, Danish Parenting Expert, Columnist, Speaker and Cultural Researcher. Her work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, BBC World News, Time, Vanity Fair, NPR, Huffington Post, Salon, The Atlantic and many more. The Danish Way of Parenting is one of the most sold parenting books of all time and her books have been published in 31 countries. She has been a spokesperson for LEGO on the power of play and gives talks on parenting, leadership and wellbeing around the world. She is a regular columnist for The Copenhagen Post and currently researches and writes for UC Berkley’s Toward Belonging Center. 

In this interview you will learn:

About Danish parenting
The six pillars of parenting that are deeply woven into Danish culture
Why play is considered a critical part of child development in Denmark
How reframing can transforming families
About the Danish concept of hygge

Victoria Dunckley, MD

Screen Time and Our Kids’ Mental Health

Integrative Child Psychiatrist

You can find dr. victoria dunkely online at www.drdunckley.com

Dr Victoria Dunckley is an award-winning integrative child psychiatrist based at the Centre for Life in Los Angeles. She is a nationally recognized expert on the impact of screen-time on the developing brain, and a leading voice regarding screen-time’s influence on misdiagnosis and overprescribing in children. Recently named one of “America’s Top Psychiatrists,” Dr. Dunckley has been featured on such media outlets as Psychology Today, NBC Nightly News, NPR, and Good Morning America. She is the author of the groundbreaking book Reset Your Child’s Brain: A Four Week Plan to End Meltdowns, Raise Grades and Boost Social Skills by Reversing the Effects of Electronic Screen Time, which is now published in ten languages. 

In this interview you will learn:

The relationship between mental health issues and screens
Whether all screen time is equal
The impact of hand-held devices
The impact of video games
About Dr. Victoria's screen reset

Day Four, Sunday September 26th

Trust your intuition and build your confidence as you embrace your version of parenthood as you want it to be - not what you're told it should be

Nathan Wallis

The First 1000 Days

Neuroscience Educator

You can find Nathan wallis online at www.nathanwallis.com

Nathan Wallis is a grandfather of two, father of three and foster father to many more. His professional background includes early childhood teacher, child therapist, social service manager, university lecturer and neuroscience trainer. Internationally acclaimed, Nathan is in hot demand throughout New Zealand, Australia and China. Host of the documentary “All in the Mind”, and co-host of the TV Series “The Secret life of Girls”, Nathan appears on National Radio and TV as a guest expert on parenting, teaching and understanding the brain development of young people. Inspirational and charismatic, Nathan’s ability to translate neuroscience into everyday life engages all audiences. 

In this interview you will learn:

About the first 1000 days of brain development
About the teenage brain
About the relationship between genetics and the environment in relation to brain development
Why face-to-face interaction and language development is so important
The four-step model of brain development
About brain balance
About the impact of birth order and gender

Professor Helen Ball

Biologically Normal Infant Sleep

Professor of Anthropology & Director, Infancy & Sleep Centre, Durham University

You can find Professor Helen Ball online at www.durham.ac.uk

Professor Helen Ball researches the sleep ecology and behaviour of parents and babies, infant sleep development, and the discordance between biological and cultural views on sleep. Her research is used in national and international policy and practice guidelines on infant care. In 2013 she received an ESRC award for Celebrating Impact, in 2016 she was appointed as Chair of the Scientific Committee for the Lullaby Trust, and in 2018 Durham University received the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Further and Higher Education for Helen’s research and outreach work. She is a Board Member of ISPID (the International Society for the Study and Prevention of Infant Deaths), an Assessment Board member for Unicef UK Baby Friendly Initiative, and she directs the Durham Infancy & Sleep Centre (DISC) and Baby Sleep Information Source (Basis).

In this interview you will learn:

About Helen’s work in the Baby Sleep Lab
What normal biological infant sleep looks like
About sleep consolidation
How the way you feed your baby can impact baby’s sleep
About safe co-sleeping

Professor Amy Brown

Breaking Down Barriers to Breastfeeding

Professor of Maternal and Child Public Health

You can find amy brown online at www.professoramybrown.co.uk

Professor Amy Brown is based in the Department of Public Health, Policy and Social Sciences at Swansea University in the UK. With a background in psychology, she has spent the last thirteen years exploring psychological, cultural and societal influences upon infant feeding decisions in the first year. Her research seeks to understand how we can shift our perception of how babies are fed away from an individual mothering issue to a wider public health problem – with societal level solutions. Dr Brown has published over 60 papers exploring the barriers women face in feeding their baby during the first year. She is a mother to three human children and several book babies including: Breastfeeding Uncovered: Who really decides how we feed our babies and The Positive Breastfeeding Book: Everything you need to feed your baby with confidence. She is a regular blogger, aiming to change the way we think about breastfeeding, mothering and caring for our babies.

In this interview you will learn:

About social barriers that can negatively impact the breastfeeding relationship
Why breastfeeding matters
A brief history of infant feeding and social attitudes over the last 100 years
How partners, friends, and family can support the breastfeeding mother without asking to feed the baby
About the myth of the good baby
About normal infant sleep and feeding behavior

Dr. Rosie Knowles

The Magical Benefits of Babywearing

Family Doctor and Babywearing Educator

You can find Rosie knowles online at www.carryingmatters.co.uk

Rosie Knowles is a GP (family doctor) in the UK with two children. She has been practising medicine for almost twenty years, and has been supporting families with sling/carrier education and guidance for ten years. She is the author of the book Why Babywearing Matters and the information website Carrying Matters. She is a speaker and workshop leader on the topic of why holding and carrying children is an essential part of normal family health and wellbeing. She trains a wide range of people (healthcare professionals, baby group leaders, interested parents and more) to become effective advocates of sling/carrier use and empowers them to offer safe and supportive guidance to new parents. She is deaf and lipreads!

In this interview you will learn:

What it means to be a carrying species
How babywearing helps build healthy brains
The mental, emotional, and physical benefits for parents and children of babywearing
Tips to get started wearing your baby
Why skin-to-skin contact is beneficial to newborns, especially premies

Kaitlin Klimmer

Peaceful Parenting and Toddler Sleep

Respectful Parenting Coach and Holistic Sleep Consultant

You can find kaitlin klimmer online at www.kaitlinklimmer.com

A former Early Years Educator with a background in Developmental Pyschology, Kaitlin Klimmer now specializes in respectful parenting and responsive sleep support for families. After the birth of her daughter she realized how much of a disconnect existed between attachment-focussed parenting ideals and tangible support in the early years (especially as it related to sleep!). She now works to help families marry what we know about attachment science and brain development in the early years with real-life support.

In this interview you will learn:

About motherhood, toddler sleep, and peaceful parenting
About Kaitlin’s journey to motherhood and postpartum experience
About the need for nighttime connection throughout infancy and toddlerhood
About night weaning
About mom guilt and naps
About reparenting ourselves
About the mind-body connection to help regulate our own emotions

Day Five, Monday September 27th

Your invitation to challenge the paradigm of modern parenting to one of joyful curiosity, humility, adventure, simplicity, and wonder

Hunter Clarke-Fields, MSAE, RYT 

The Role of Mindfulness in Parenting

Mindful Mama Mentor

You can find hunter online at www.mindfulmamamentor.com

Hunter Clarke-Fields, is a mindful mama mentor. Hunter is the creator of the Mindful Parenting course, host of the Mindful Mama podcast and widely-followed author of Raising Good Humans: A Mindful Guide to Breaking the Cycle of Reactive Parenting and Raising Kind, Confident Kids. She helps parents bring more calm and peace into their daily lives. Hunter has over twenty years of experience in meditation practices and has taught mindfulness to thousands worldwide.

In this interview you will learn:

What happens in the body when you feel stressed
How mindfulness lowers reactivity
How to start a mindfulness practice
How to incorporate peaceful parenting into your relationship with your child, including acknowledging, lovingkindness, and holding limits
Strategies for leaving behind labels and judgmental thinking

Ashleigh Warner

How to Introduce the Second Baby

Family Psychologist

You can find Ashleigh warner online at www.holisticfamilypsychologist.com

Ashleigh Warner is a family psychologist from Australia who works with parents around the world who are looking to heal old wounds, shift intergenerational patterns and step onto more of a respectful parenting path. Ashleigh has brought her decade of knowledge and experience into an online membership program, The Raising Humans Collective, where she helps parents integrate their knowledge of respectful parenting and take action so that they can parent more in line with their values. She is also a mum of two young boys who are, of course, her greatest teachers of all.

In this interview you will learn:

 Things to consider regarding child spacing
How to help your child prepare to welcome a new sibling
What to do to -- and what not to do -- to curtail aggressive behavior towards the new family member
Why it's important to recognize and remove internal negative narratives
Practical tips for connecting with an older child after the arrival of a new sibling

Rachel Rainbolt, M.A.

Conscious Approach to Money and Financial Independence

Mentor and Founder of Sage Family

You can find Rachel rainbolt online at www.sagefamily.com

Rachel Rainbolt, founder of Sage Family, is a gentle parenting, natural homeschooling, and simple living mentor, with a master’s degree in marital and family therapy, who has spent decades guiding thousands of overwhelmed families to peace and joy. She works from the Pacific Northwest, where she lives wild and free in connection with her 3 wildlings and the papa bear in their fixer upper on the beach.

In this interview you will learn:

About getting free from debt
About credit cards and budgeting
 How to manage children’s allowance
How a launching fund differs from a college fund
About legacy planning
Why it’s an act of love to tackle your hoarding tendencies now

Iris Chen

Untigering and Peaceful Parenting

Author and Founder of the Untigering Movement

You can find Irish chen online at www.untigering.com

Iris Chen is the founder of the Untigering movement and author of "Untigering: Peaceful Parenting for the Deconstructing Tiger Parent." As a peaceful parenting advocate, intersectional unschooler, anti-oppression activist, and deconstructing tiger mom, her mission is to inspire generational and cultural transformation, especially among Asian communities. She spent 16 years living overseas in China (land of the tiger parent!), but now resides in her native California with her husband and two sons. 

In this interview you will learn:

About tiger parenting
Why Iris decided to untiger
About the power of perspective shifts
Why parents need to recognize and heal their own wounds
The difference between adultism and childism

Dr. Jay Warren

Transforming Good Fathers into Great Dads

Prenatal and Pediatric Chiropractor

You can find Dr. Jay Warren online at www.drjaywarren.com

Dr. Jay Warren is a prenatal and pediatric chiropractor in San Diego where he works with new families everyday. Dr. Jay is the host of two popular podcasts “Healthy Births, Happy Babies” and “The Dadhood Journey”, as well as an instructor for the ICPA (International Chiropractic Pediatric Association). He has created online courses helping pregnant women learn prenatal bonding techniques and a New Dads Class that helps men with the transition into fatherhood. He is also the proud father to his son, Niko, who inspires him to strive to be a better person and better dad everyday.

In this interview you will learn:

About the challenges of modern-day fatherhood
The unique qualities dads bring to parenthood
Why it’s beneficial for your kids that mom and dad do things differently
How dads can bond with their babies
How children impact all of our relationships

Lisa Karandat and Alexa Monahan

Why and How to Reduce Plastic Consumption

Co-founders of Good Juju

You can find Lisa & alexa online at www.hellogoodjuju.com

Friends, moms, and climate nerds and lovers of all things natural health, Lisa Karandat and Alexa Monahan founded Good Juju to inspire and empower people to make small, incremental changes to their daily routine, with the hope that together they can change the world. They have spent years in the natural health industry and know the power of pure clean ingredients. They have also learned how destructive and unnecessary single-use plastics are to our health, to the environment, and to the future of our planet. They are passionate about natural health, about the environment, and they are passionate about change. They want to create a community of changemakers that will inspire others to clean their daily routines. With their 50x30 Pledge, they've set the goal of preventing 50 million plastic containers from entering the waste stream by 2030, and it's as a community that we will be able to do it.

In this interview you will learn:

About the lifecycle of plastic
How plastic impacts our health
How plastic production is impacting the planet
How to reduce plastic use with simple swaps
Why plastics affect marginalized communities more than affluent ones