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Hey Green Beans! Welcome to Green Girls, the podcast that follows our journey
(and struggles) to becoming green.

E0 | Start Where You Are


In this episode, we have a little introduction to your hosts, Chloe and Mikaela. We learn how far they have already come in their 'green' journeys and why they decided to start. We cover veganism, fashion and beauty and go off on a fair few tangents (and don't expect these to be the last).

E2 | Plastic Free July

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Join Chloe and Mikaela for a chat about the good bad and the ugly when trying to live a low plastic life. We wanted to get super practical today, sharing the swaps we found easiest and hardest including plastic-free shampoo, takeaway cups and chewing gum (yup, chewing gum contains plastic!).

E4 | Am I The Asshole
* Vegan Edition*

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We decided to split up some of our heavier episodes with some light-hearted judging people on the internet. Yep, we are visiting Reddit and looking at some vegan-themed 'Am I The Asshole' posts. Judge along with us in the comments.

E6 | Arbonne P2: The Dirty Truth behind the Clean Beauty Brand


Sit with us for part two of our deep dive into clean skincare brand and MLM, Arbonne. We talk about the payment schemes, coveted Arbonne car, and even look into what makes a cult. Let us know what you think in the comments...

E8 | Easy ways to Reduce Food Waste

Food Waste Compost

This episode will seriously shock you! Food waste is a huge issue, but the girls are excited this week because this is actually an issue we can all help to tackle. Join Green Girls this week for some truly eye-opening stats and easy tips that can make a huge difference in reducing our household food waste.

E10 | Let's talk about
Zero Waste Period Options


This episode is full to the brim with TMI and this will be your only warning. We want to discuss periods this week and there is a lot to cover. The waste around periods is mindblowing and we want to let you guys know about all the low and zero-waste options out there for you. Topped off with some classic tangents and chats about our own period mishaps, sit with us and enjoy the cringe. 

E12 | E-Waste is a big problem

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This week we are talking about E-waste, and since E-waste is the fastest-growing waste stream right now, there is a lot to tackle. We are starting simple with an episode all about mobile phones.

E1 | Holidays

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In this episode, we discuss what it's like to be vegan during the holidays. Catching up with family and friends is awesome, but sometimes diets can make things difficult during holidays, so this week we are sharing our personal experiences PLUS sharing some of yours.

E3 | Shein

Clothes Donation

Join Chloe and Mikaela for a chat about the good bad and the ugly when trying to live a low plastic life. Get in the car losers, we're going shopping. In this week's episode, Mikaela and Chloe chat all about mega fast fashion giant Shein.

E5 | Arbonne P1: Can Multi-Level Marketing be Ethical or is it a Pyramid Scheme?


Cults, pyramid schemes and MLMs oh my! We hope you are sitting comfortably because this episode of Green Girls Podcast is a doozy!

E7 | Secondhand September

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Today the girls talk EVERYTHING second-hand. Why should we shop second-hand, why should we find alternative ways to dispose of unwanted items and for a bit of fun, their favourite secondhand items (and cats) from themselves and their friends.

E9 | Fixing fast fashion with Layana from Swap A Porter


It's our first-ever guest episode and we are so excited to welcome Layana Franco to sit with us. Layana runs Swap A Porter, an online free clothes-swapping platform, which might just be the cure to fast fashion we never knew we needed.

E11 | Dreaming of a
Green Christmas


Tis the season (somehow) and the Girls are getting equal parts excited and annoyed at the whole thing. This week we talk about trees, turkeys and how totally crazy the amount we spend on Christmas can be - plus some ways we can celebrate a little more sustainably this year.

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