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Candice is an award winning eco-journalist in Toronto who tells about growing up in South Africa, and learning more about media while travelling in Australia and the US. Candice sees travel, animal welfare, consumption and climate change to be incredibly interconnected, and she’ll share why in this episode. Check out www.theecohub.ca for ways to make a difference- big and small!
- Candice talks about travelling to India with Plastics for change, the first certified plastic Non-profit in the world and the Body Shop. Watch the mini-documentary: https://theecohub.ca/the-worlds-first-ethically-traded-plastic/
- Candice recommends Zia Tong’s book The Reality Bubble: “In the 21st century there are cameras everywhere except where our food comes from, where our energy comes from and where our waste goes.”
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