Avocado Green launches new podcast focused on concrete ways to tackle the climate crisis

Mattress maker Net-zero is launching “A Little Green,” an 8-part podcast exploring our relationship with the environment and how we can each become climate leaders in our own communities.

LOS ANGELES, October 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Avocado Green Brands, maker of award-winning organic and eco-luxury mattresses and bedding, has a new podcast. Development? The climate crisis.

Avocado Green Brands is launching the A Little Green podcast.

“A Little Green” is a new eight-part podcast series produced by the brand known for raising the bar for sustainability. Follow along the avocadoexecutive producer Christina thompson studies its impact on the environment and what it can do to support a more sustainable planet. Listeners can follow as she demystifies the obvious, ”questions many are asking these days, while allowing each of us to challenge the status quo and become climate leaders in our own communities. After all, protecting our planet will take us all. “A Little Green” asks us to dig in – together.

“Tackling the climate crisis is at the heart of Avocado’s mission. We produced ‘A Little Green’ to connect with our community in more depth and tangible ways,” said Thompson. “After working on this podcast and speaking with those at the forefront of the climate movement, I have never been so optimistic about our future. We have the tools and we have the solutions – and there are so many of opportunities there. Our goal is for people to listen and be reinvigorated by the role we all play in tackling the climate crisis. “

Listeners can tune in anywhere they listen to podcasts. The first episode debuts on October 13, and Avocado will release the following episodes every Wednesday. Podcast guests include award-winning author and activist Katherine wilkinson, Jade Begay, campaign director for climate justice for the indigenous-led collective NDN, and Raj Aggarwal, co-founder of the B Corp Climate Collective.

As the world’s first certified climate neutral mattress brand, Avocado is reducing its footprint, offsetting all of its Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions and advocating for legislation that will help mitigate the climate crisis. And through its 1% For the Planet membership, Avocado currently donates 1% of all its sales to Trees, Water and People – the national nonprofit association with a mission to improve, protect and manage natural resources among populations vulnerable to the climate. TWP designs conservation projects throughout Latin America and American tribal lands to improve the environment while creating economic opportunities for residents.

Avocado is redefining what it means to be a sustainable and ethical brand. As a certified B-Corp, their vision is as urgent as it is ambitious – a world united by sustainability and social responsibility. They practice radical transparency and a “farm-to-bedroom” approach; they are co-owners of a latex farm, a factory and a wool collective in India – where they source and process raw materials. The mattresses are handcrafted in a Los Angeles factory they also own. Their materials, factory and finished products are GOTS / GOLS certified organic. Their mattresses are also GREENGUARD Gold certified for low emissions, MADE SAFE® certified, and have reached STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® for human and ecological security. As climate neutral® A certified company, Avocado is the first mattress brand in the world to achieve net negative carbon emissions across its entire scope of activity. As long-time members of 1% For The Planet and recipients of their first Pinnacle Award, one percent of all revenue is donated each year to nonprofit environmental associations. Learn more at AvocadoGreenMattress.com.

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