Episode Archive

14 episodes of Women In Sustainability since the first episode, which aired on 8 September 2022.

  • Jenny Morisetti

    16 May 2024  |  37 mins 40 secs
    efeca, jenny morisetti, sustainability, sustainable development, women in sustainability

    In this episode Emily talks with Jenny Morisetti, an expert convener and activist in Dorset, about the myriad community projects promoting sustainable fashion and textiles, renewable energy, and eco-schools that she runs.

  • Ditte Lysgaard Vind

    8 April 2024  |  31 mins 32 secs
    efeca, international womens day, sustainability, sustainable development, women in sustainability

    Ditte Lysgaard Vind is a renowned circular economy and design expert and practitioner, based in Denmark. Ditte is the founder of The Circular Way, the Chairwoman of the Danish Design Council and a member of the executive board of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation as well as the global SDG innovation lab UNLEASH. She most recently published Danish Design Heritage and Global Sustainability, a book that showcases practical examples taken from Danish designs of how design can help build a regenerative society. In this episode, you will hear Ditte explain how we need to design the world of tomorrow with the waste of today, while designing a world without waste.

  • International Women’s Day

    8 March 2024  |  45 mins 16 secs
    efeca, international womens day, sustainability, sustainable development, women in sustainability

    Join us for our International Women’s Day podcast! Efeca team members Rose McCulloch and Christina Wood interview the two female leads of our company - Emily Fripp, our Director and Founder, and Lucy Cullinane, our Director of Operations, about how it all began for Efeca 15 years ago, how we foster inclusion in our company culture, and where our work is headed. Emily and Lucy share some stories from their exciting careers and talk about women in the sustainability field who have inspired their work.

  • Emer Fardy

    7 February 2024  |  29 mins
    compostable packaging, efeca, emer fardy, sustainability, sustainable development, women in sustainability

    Emer Fardy is the Head of Sustainability and Human Rights at Hilton Food Group, a London stock exchange listed food packaging company, specialising in the processing of protein products across meat, seafood, vegan and vegetarian categories.

  • Daphna Nissenbaum

    3 January 2024  |  32 mins 21 secs
    compostable packaging, daphna nissenbaum, efeca, sustainability, sustainable development, tipa, women in sustainability

    Daphna Nissenbaum is the founder and CEO of TIPA, a global compostable packaging company providing innovative solutions for the fashion and food industries, and a globally recognized pioneer and female entrepreneur in the sustainable solutions space. Daphna spoke at the World Economic Forum in 2020, and has received multiple awards for her work, including being named as a Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum in 2019. In this episode you will learn about sustainable packaging innovations, and Daphna’s journey to found one of the leading companies working against plastic waste.

  • Dr. Ines Smyth

    30 March 2023  |  34 mins 15 secs
    efeca, food security, gender equality, ines smyth, sustainability, sustainable development

    In this episode, Emily speaks with Dr. Ines Smyth who has an MSc and PhD in Social Anthropology. With 10 years of experience working as a University Lecturer and Researcher, she has an extensive publication list, and has also been the Senior Gender Advisor in Oxfam Great Britain, and the Senior Gender Expert at the Asian Development Bank. She is now a Gender and Women Rights consultant with over 30 years of professional experience in the fields of gender equality, Gender-Based Violence (GBV), and gender mainstreaming, around the world, especially in East Asia.

  • Margot Logman

    24 February 2023  |  23 mins 53 secs
    efeca, food security, gender equality, margot logman, sustainability, sustainable development

    Margot Logman is a specialist in nutrition and food supply chains and an expert facilitator, supporting strategic collaboration between companies and governments that influence how we source food more sustainably. Margot has worked with some of the world’s leading food companies such as Unilever, Nestle and Friesland Campina where she has provided strategic support on a range of topics including CSR, nutrition strategy and communications.

  • Juliane Caillouette Noble

    6 January 2023  |  38 mins 4 secs
    efeca, food security, jamie oliver, juliane caillouette noble, malnourishment, sra, sustainable restaurant association

    In this episode, we speak with Juliane Caillouette Noble who is an educator and problem solver with a keen interest in how we learn, how we eat and how to make a difference in the systems that influence both. Emily and Juliane discuss the development of Juliane’s career, as well as both the challenges and opportunities currently facing women working in sustainable hospitality and food sourcing.

  • Bibi La Luz Gonzalez

    8 December 2022  |  29 mins 21 secs
    food security, gender equality, human rights, malnourishment, sustainable development

    In this episode we speak with Bibi Gonzalez, who works to create change in food security, climate regeneration and human rights. Emily and Bibi discuss Bibi’s experience building her career and her insights on women working in the food security space.

  • Carolina Brandão

    8 November 2022  |  32 mins 1 sec
    deforestation commodities, gender equality, international policy dialogue, north-south, power, sustainable development

    In this episode we speak with Carolina Brandao, who works for the World Economic Forum, leading the public sector engagement work for the Tropical Forest Alliance. She and Emily discuss the work of women in the policy space, the evolution over the years of women’s work in multi-stakeholder partnerships in leading dialogue and engagement, and ultimately delivering impact in the field of sustainability.

  • Penny Davies

    8 October 2022  |  28 mins 37 secs
    climate change, forest resources, international policy dialogue, north-south, rural livelihoods, rural women, women’s perspectives

    In this episode, Emily talks with Penny Davies, a recognised change agent who has over 35 years of experience working in the field of forestry, climate change and sustainable development in diverse geographic locations across Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America and North America.

  • Dr. Junzuo Zhang

    8 October 2022  |  25 mins 19 secs
    gender equality, international policy, rural communities, sustainable development

    Join Emily as she talks with Dr. Junzuo Zhang, who leads the China-UK Collaboration on International Forest Investment and Trade (InFIT) Programme, based in Beijing.