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Najlepsze podcasty o Ethical, jakie znaleźliśmy: (zaktualizowany Sierpień 2020)
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Zaktualizowany Sierpień 2020
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How can fashion be a force for good? Goodbye fast fashion! Hello to a better way focused on social and environmental justice, inclusivity and sustainable development. The UN's Ethical Fashion Initiative acts as a bridge, connecting marginalised artisan communities, often in challenging and remote locations, with some of the biggest names in international fashion. Explore the issues driving the ethical fashion conversation with your hosts UN officer Simone Cipriani and sustainable fashion jou ...
 
Living ethically should be easier. Curious about a zero waste lifestyle? Want to know what the “circular economy” or “slow fashion” really means? Each episode, brought to you from Brightly.eco by ethical experts Laura Alexander Wittig and Liza Moiseeva, features daily, actionable tips to help you live your life more sustainably. Start changing the world by listening to a new, bite-sized episode every other week. For more info, visit https://brightly.eco/podcast
 
Values Investors Podcast focuses on providing information about Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) and ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) Investments. SRI and ESG investing is an investment strategy seeking to maximize both financial return and social good. The SRIESG podcast was created to help make SRI easy for socially conscious investors who are concerned about how they invest and want to make change in our society through their investments.
 
How do lawyers function in today’s changing legal market without running afoul of the ethics rules? What must lawyers include in their social media profiles and posts? How technologically competent must a lawyer be? How secure must lawyers keep client data? Can lawyers accept credit cards or cryptocurrency? What should lawyers do if they receive a bar complaint? The business of law is constantly evolving. Staying out of trouble requires that lawyers understand the latest interpretations and ...
 
Ethically Sound is a podcast of the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues. Through the podcast, we seek to bring attention to bioethical issues arising from advances in medicine, science and technology and share recommendations from our reports. The Bioethics Commission is an advisory panel of the nation's leaders in medicine, science, ethics, religion, law, and engineering. It advises President Obama on evolving bioethical issues.
 
“The Ethical Engineer” also known as “Deathworld II” finds our hero Jason dinAlt captured to face justice for his crimes, but the ever-wily gambler crashes his transport on a primitive planet populated by clans that hoard knowledge. It’s a difficult situation for a guy who just wants to get back to Pyrrus. – The Ethical Engineer was first published in the July and August 1963 issues of Analog Science Fact & Fiction. (Summary by Gregg Margarite)
 
Ethical Hour's Changemaker Chats podcast brings you inspiring conversations with impact entrepreneurs, everyday activists and changemakers from around the world, who are tackling social and environmental issues and working hard to make the world a better place through the power of small business. You'll hear stories from the front line of social justice, sustainability and triple bottom line businesses. Tune in for inspiring interviews and cutting edge conversations with the world’s leading ...
 
Welcome to "Creating an Ethical Will." with your host, Scott Zucker - an attorney with over thirty years experience in business and real estate litigation, a published author, certified mediator and noted speaker around the nation. This podcast has been created to share the message of why ethical wills are so important and great to give to those you love. If you have any follow up questions you can reach the presenter via e-mail at Scott@wzlegal.com. We hope you enjoyed this program and lear ...
 
The annual public Uehiro Lecture Series captures the ethos of the Uehiro Centre, which is to bring the best scholarship in analytic philosophy to bear on the most significant problems of our time, and to make progress in the analysis and resolution of these issues to the highest academic standard, in a manner that is also accessible to the general public. Philosophy should not only create knowledge, it should make people’s lives better.
 
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There are lots of reasons for lawyers to move from state to state, but when a bar exam gets in the way, it turns into a real pain. Whether you're a military spouse, an in-house lawyer, cultivating a Federal practice, or lucky enough to get reciprocity, Megan talks about how you can move and still practice law. (In this older Attorney at Work articl…
 
"Reclaiming Democracy"Hugh Taft-MoralesFaith in democracy is being challenged today on multiple fronts: anti-democratic tendencies of our current administration; the resurgence of global authoritarianism; money corrupting politics; questions about the electoral college; and, the rampant voter repression. Racial justice protests point out that for l…
 
What is circular fashion? In today’s episode, we talked with Paul Dillinger from Levi’s about how jeans should be made with their end in mind, and how to give them new life as a new pair of denim. Paul told us all about Levi’s WellThread™ collection, which is the first example of circular fashion available to consumers, and shared why sustainable f…
 
You've probably heard Simone say, "It's a very serious business, fashion." Done right, the business of fashion can provide pathways for fair work and hope in places where they've been lacking. But how do our institutions put this into practice in areas afflicted by conflict and humanitarian disaster? In this Episode, Clare talks the European Commis…
 
Wanna go down an internet hole? Here are some links for content mentioned in the show (wait, did you already sign up for our mailing list?): In this inaugural episode of The Ethical Rainmaker, Michelle talks with friend and fellow Co-Chair of Community-Centric Fundraising Vu Le - is one of the most amplified voices in the nonprofit/philanthropy sec…
 
We welcome Rachel Pieh Jones to the Power Dynamics Series. Rachel joins guest host Genelle Aldred to invite us in to her ever evolving journey of wrestling with power dynamics in storytelling. Rachel is the author of Stronger than Death, Finding Home, Djiboutilicious, and Welcome to Djibouti. Her work appears in the New York Times, Runners World, C…
 
Finally back at the kitchen table, socially distanced but together again. Justina and Timberlina are back for some more low key, lo-fi and low volume chit chat over a cuppa with news and views of local happenings and ecological observations. In this episode: disconcertingly early berries, wild swimming, using the P word to keep salads fresh, Justin…
 
Ethical Culture does not have explicit tenants or commandments, but it does ask of its members/followers to commit to building ethical relationships, because we as a community feel they are imperative to social justice and realizing a better world. At the same time, many of us struggle to invite intimacy in our personal, romantic, and communal live…
 
We live in a fast-changing world confronted by multiple major problems. Ongoing racism, the corona virus pandemic, the global economic meltdown, and governmental dysfunction are all real and cry out for solutions. Yet, climate change may be the biggest challenge the world faces. The talk will summarize the climate crisis problem and what we can all…
 
The Encampment for Citizenship, founded in 1946 by Ethical Culture Leader Algernon D. Black and Alice (“Nanny”) Pollitzer, a prominent civic leader, offered an opportunity for “young adults of many religious, racial, social and national backgrounds” to learn “the principles and techniques of citizenship… through lived experience.” Black believed th…
 
Dreaming of a clean, sustainable, budget-friendly, and naturally organized home? Kait Schulhof, author of the sustainable cleaning blog A Clean Bee, shares her best cleaning and organizing tricks on this episode of Good Together. From how to make your own cleaning solutions to finding the best use for your old cleaning tools, Kait has loads of acti…
 
Note: This is a replay of our most popular episode - Episode 28 Kenneth Lawson went from running a successful practice in Ohio to having his license revoked because of misconduct while addicted to prescription painkillers. He joins us to share his remarkable journey to redemption. Ken Lawson is the Co-Director of the Hawai’i Innocence Project and a…
 
Boomers think Millennials are entitled and whiny; Millennials think Boomers are smug and out-of-touch; Zennials laugh at Millennials’ obsession with Harry Potter; And everyone forgets about Gen X. Why do people of different generations seem to hate each other so much? What’s the cause of the generational conflict? Are generations really a good way …
 
Come with us to Tokyo Fashion Week, where your hosts Simone Cipriani and Clare Press met with longtime friend of the Ethical Fashion Initiative, Hirofumi Kurino of United Arrows. According to Business of Fashion, he's a "leading arbiter or style". Polimoda calls him "a fashion oracle" and Vogue, one of the most stylish men in fashion. Mr. Kurino al…
 
The Plastic-Free July challenge is meant to bring awareness to our daily plastic consumption and it can be staggering to see the amount of waste we generate constantly. We asked Brianne West, founder of Ethique, to help us spotlight the campaign and share tips on how we can all reduce our plastic waste from our personal care products. For show note…
 
The bar exam has gone from traditional end-of-July ritual to a jungle of uncertainty, constantly changing dates and conditions, and total chaos for everyone who intended to take the exam and start their legal career this summer. In an episode geared specifically to those in this situation, Megan talks about some strategies for staying in the know w…
 
"These Certain Times"Rev. Megan Foley, UUA Central Region.Through the spring of 2020 everything got thrown up into the air – our health, our safety, our patience with unjust systems, WES’ clergy leadership structure…and now as we live through the summer of 2020, things are becoming more clear if not more easy. What is the path forward when we find …
 
Everyone knows that carbon emissions play a massive role in climate change, but understanding exactly how they effect climate change and what individuals can do to help is a different story. In this episode of Good Together, Liza sits down with Laura Diez, a climate scientist and the host of the Eco Chic podcast, joins us to explain the ins and out…
 
The Ethical Fashion Initiative Accelerator is programme for African designers supports young fashion talent to become investment ready, expand their supply chains, scale up their production, and build their fashion businesses. In this episode, your hosts Simone Cipriani and Clare Press catch up with one of the mentors, Nigerian actor Dakore Egbuson…
 
Join us as we explore some of the practices that undermine our missions and navigate the way forward with today's resisters, reimaginers and re-creators of the Third Sector. It's time to think differently! Follow @theethicalrainmaker on Insta or FB and sign up for our list to get updates!Autor: Ananda Valenzuela, Michelle Shireen Muri, Vu Le, Isaac Kaplan-Woolner
 
Many families will have the kids home this fall, whether by choice or school policies. If you're going to be running your law firm from home in the presence of homeschooled kids, Megan has come up with five things you (and she) can do now to prepare for a smoother road and ethical law practice ahead. Schedule (honestly) Get help Plan breaks Plan yo…
 
The Encampment for Citizenship, founded in 1946 by Ethical Culture Leader Algernon D. Black and Alice ("Nanny") Politzer, a prominent civic leader, offered an opportunity for "young adults of many religious, racial, social and national backgrounds" to learn "the principles and techniques of citizenship… through lived experience." Black believed tha…
 
We can't talk about eco-friendly and sustainable living without understanding how environmentalism as we know it has not been accessible to all in the past, and still isn't today. Intersectional environmentalism puts environmentalism and social justice squarely together, and in this episode, we spoke about all things sustainability and equality wit…
 
Fashion's discount culture, sped-up sales cycles and overproduction are out of control - and COVID19 is adding extra pressure. Will the industry take this chance to rethink, or hurtle along even faster in the race to the bottom? How might we consciously slow down and consider all stakeholders to rebuild value in fashion made to love and last? In th…
 
Bar exams are a rite of passage for attorneys graduating from law school and being sworn in to practice law. But what if the bar exam is not feasible, such as during COVID-19? And what if the bar exam has an incredibly racist history that calls it further into question? And what if there is no empirical evidence that the bar exam has any correlatio…
 
Summer is officially upon us, and with it comes lots of fun activities. In this episode, Liza and Laura chat about how to responsibly swim and camp in the wild, they share favorite swimsuit brands and picnic-ready conscious eating recipes, and discuss the impact that your upcoming road trip might have on the planet. We show you ways to tweak your p…
 
We welcome Kent Annan to the Power Dynamics Series. Kent Annan joins guest host Genelle Aldred to explore power dynamics in storytelling. Kent is director of humanitarian and disaster leadership at Wheaton College, where he leads an M.A. program as part of the Humanitarian Disaster Institute. He’s on the board of directors of Equitas Group, a phila…
 
Where next? In this episode, your hosts Simone Cipriani and Clare Press are in Paris to talk with the great Dutch trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort and hear her insights on where fashion - and culture - is headed. "We will change possibly everything we do now. It's going to be a radical moment of change," says Li, who once described her work as "a…
 
In two contexts, lawyers and bar applicants worry about hiring an ethics lawyer. In moral character applications, applicants are often concerned that having a lawyer involved makes it look like they are hiding something. In discipline matters, lawyers express concern that hiring counsel makes them look like they committed misconduct. In truth, havi…
 
The fabric that makes up things like bedding, towels, and clothing have a huge impact on the environment, the people that make them, and your health, too. In today’s episode of Good Together, Liza and Laura sit down with Kestrel Jenkins McGill, host of the Conscious Chatter podcast and founder of Left Edit, to discuss how our textile consumption ha…
 
We've been scouring the internet to figure out what lawyers are asking about, and it turns out IOLTAs are a hot topic. In this episode, Megan answers some burning questions about IOLTAs, including: Can a firm have an IOLTA? Can a lawyer have more than one IOLTA? Can an IOLTA be used to send and receive wires? How does an attorney handle a check mad…
 
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