The Biofriendly Podcast
Land Conservation

Land Conservation

August 6, 2020

Protecting our planet's natural wonders and restoring developed lands back to their original state is a crucial part of conservation. After returning home safely from a few trips to see National Parks, Noel and Jacob discuss some of the dangers of displacing environmental harms in the name of conservation and discover that the answer might be Beyoncé. 

What’s In Your Water?

What’s In Your Water?

July 30, 2020

From the tap to the bottle... what exactly are we drinking in our water and is it good for us? On this week's episode of The Biofriendly Podcast, Noel and Jacob talk about what's in the water, does it give us the nutrients we need, and why do people think Zac Efron has a dad bod? 

Foraging Food with Karen Stephenson

Foraging Food with Karen Stephenson

July 23, 2020

You might be surprised to learn of the botanical banquet in your own backyard when it comes to foraging food! This week we are joined by Karen Stephenson, author of the Foraging Cookbook, here to teach Noel and Jacob about the widely available feast of nutritious and delicious food growing under our feet. 

Social Media Sustainability

Social Media Sustainability

July 16, 2020

When it comes to achieving a better and more sustainable future, an important aspect is the health and well-being of the human race. This week Noel and Jacob explore modern society's unhealthy relationship with social media, the danger of spreading misinformation online, and several positive choices you can make to ease this emotional stress. 

Turning Food Waste Into Clothing with Mi Terro

Turning Food Waste Into Clothing with Mi Terro

July 9, 2020

This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we welcome Robert Luo, CEO and founder of the Los Angeles biotech start-up, Mi Terro, which converts food waste into sustainable material for clothing, packaging and medical supplies. Robert shares his inspiring story of how Mi Terro began, and that we don't need to cry over spilled milk... we make it into a t-shirt! 

Faraday Future with Tobin Kirk

Faraday Future with Tobin Kirk

July 2, 2020

As the electric car revolution gains momentum, a 1,050 horsepower luxury option enters the playing field known as the FF 91 by tech-company, Faraday Future. This week we are joined by Faraday Future's own Tobin Kirk who shares some of the futuristic features with Noel and Jacob as we envision a world with silent cars, customizable screens, and maybe just maybe... bubbles.

The Future of Green Energy with David Dodge

The Future of Green Energy with David Dodge

June 25, 2020

When it comes to the future of green energy, we looked no further than the Great White North of Canada where we were introduced to David Dodge, acclaimed environmental journalist and host of the popular multi-media podcast, Green Energy Futures. David shares the story of his humble beginnings as a forester, and how it eventually led him to document the clean energy revolution that’s already underway.

3D Ocean Farming

3D Ocean Farming

June 18, 2020

In previous episodes of The Biofriendly Podcast, Noel and Jacob dug their way into the problem of soil erosion and over-farming, but what happens when food cultivation goes underwater? This week we captain our environmental ship into ocean farming waters to learn how to dance the Gracilaria and maybe, just maybe... discover the chocolate of the sea.

Black Lives Matter with guest Jahdai Pickett

Black Lives Matter with guest Jahdai Pickett

June 11, 2020

This week we welcome LA-based actor, writer, director, comedian and good friend of The Biofriendly Podcast, Jahdai Pickett (better known as Bigg Jah). As the Black Lives Matter movement continues to gain momentum around the world, Noel and Jacob invited Jahdai to come on the podcast to share his perspective and personal experience as a black man. 

Murder Hornets

Murder Hornets

June 4, 2020

When you hear the term 'murder hornets,' it feels just like another bit of nightmare fuel. But this week Noel and Jacob figure out why the Asian Giant Hornet is getting such a bad rap, whether they in fact traveled to North America on Vespas, and are wasps protecting cheese farms?

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