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  • 01:01

    Drowning in Plastic

    in Environment

    Dianna Cohen, CEO and Co-Founder


    The Plastic Pollution Coalition is working to help END our cycle of plastics use - yes - END! Dianna was inspired to co-found the group by her work as an artist because her chosen material is the ubiquitous plastic bag. In one bio I read about her she writes: "Having worked with the plastic bag as my primary material for the past fifteen years, all of the obvious references to recycling, first-world culture, class, high and low art give way to an almost formal process which reflects the unique flexibility of the medium." With the Plastic Pollution Coalition, she helps to raise awareness of ocean waste -- the majority of which is nondegradable plastic -- and everyday strategies to cut down the amount of plastic we use and throw away. This show was made possible due to the generous support of The Fairfax Companies.

  • 00:22

    Plastic Surgery Marketing Ideas

    in Marketing

    Are you a Plastic Surgeon and looking for effective marketing ideas to increase your client base? Are you finding it overwhelming with all the information about online marketing and are unsure what methodology would be best for your practice?  Listen in as Marcia Hawkins, President of Video Broadcast Services and Kyle Clouse, Vice President discuss what Plastic Surgeons can do now to increase their client base and maintain a healthy online presence.

  • 00:49

    SDG 194 Plastic Christians

    in Spirituality

    Proverbs 21:28


    Years ago in the 60's and 70's a brilliant marketing campaign was launched for Naugahyde which is actually fake leather.


    The ad campaign went as far to claim that Naugahyde came from the hide of an animal called a "Nauga" and the ad claimed: The Nauga is ugly but his vinyl hide is beautiful.".


    And Uniroyal Engineered Products who manufactured and marketed Naugahyde even claimed that unlike other animals the Nauga didn't have to be slaughtered for its hide because they shed their hides!


    Well in reality it's vinyl or plastic in other words artificial leather.


    Now this word plastic is from the Greek word "plastikos" which means something and may I add someone who is capable of being shaped or molded!


    Hence the title of today's message: Plastic Christians


    But today, we'll look at reality because if there’s anything this world is hungering for its reality.



    People are seeking reality and there's a great hunger on everyone's heart to KNOW Jesus Christ whether they know it or not..

    Now get this that hunger is not only to know ABOUT Him, but to KNOW Him and to have reality.

    And our focus scripture speaks on that subject.

    Proverbs 21:28, “A false witness shall perish: but the man that heareth speaketh constantly”

    So today we'll deal with the false witness, and the faithful witness, breaking it right down the middle.

    And in essence that's the fatality of a false witness and the reality of a faithful witness.

  • 00:32

    Plastic Surgery - A Female Approach To Aging and Beauty

    in Health

    Born in London, England, Dr. Lavinia Chong has enjoyed life as a Newport Beach resident since 1972. She is a second generation plastic surgeon who was mentored by her father, Dr. J. Kenneth Chong, M.D., F.R.C.S., F.A.C.S. in the location where Dr. Lavinia still practices. Known as one of the most skilled, ethical and caring plastic surgeons in the Orange County, California area, Dr. Lavinia Chong sees a variety of male and female patients from around the world, but it is her strong connection and understanding of how best to provide natural looking results that keep patients returning, especially females. Dr. Chong’s signature Natural Result facelift and Mommy Makeover procedures are high in demand. With summer fast approaching, this episode is a must listen to feature before going skinny dipping this summer. To learn more, visit www.chongmd.com.

  • 01:00

    Friendly Plastic Radio - Host Linda Peterson with Guest Artist Jen Lowe

    in Art

    Join Friendly Plastic Radio with Host Linda Peterson and Guest Jen Lowe as they talk about their Marathon of adventures with Friendly Plastic sticks, Pellets and metal clay. Dawn Sandoe from Amaco will also join in and give us an inside scoop on what she finds at CHA - The International Craft & Hobby Association trade show going on now in Orlando, Florida. Who know's maybe a couple of other mystery guests too! We'll even chat to answer your questions. So have fun with us...and GET INSPIRED!

  • 00:22

    Weed Recede - Thinking beyond plastic

    in Gardening

    Join Southeast Green as we talk to Bob Hawkinson of Weed Recede. Weed Recede solves a common problem of mulching bag waste and allows you to reduce your consumption of materials in your garden. Does this sound too good to be true? Something that elminates waste, reduces consumption of products, protects streams, rivers and oceans, and helps the environment? Listen in to hear how this one simple idea makes everyone's gardening life easier.

  • 00:30

    Friendly Plastic Radio

    in Art

    Join Linda Peterson to find out the latest news on the upcoming Designer Challege sponsored by AMACO for the CHA Winter 2010 show. Call in to chat and get your questions answered. Live chat too! Special guests will be announced.

  • Plastic Bank: Revitalizing the World's Poorest with the World's Plastic Waste

    in Entrepreneur

    Making plastic too valuable to waste. That's only part of what David Katz of the World Plastic Bank is creating. He and his team are revitalizing the world's poorest nations with the world's insidious plastic waste, with a serious intention to clean up our oceans and waterways at the same time. He is creating a triple bottom line (People, Planet, Profit) social enterprise with the potential to impact a billion or more people.


    Join us as Linda and Tom speak with founder and CEO, David Katz about the Plastic Bank movement; Social Plastic: a movement that will change the world.


    David Katz is the President of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization (E.O.) Vancouver Chapter and recent winner of the organizations Global Citizen Award. This award is given to one member of the E.O. each year that uses their entrepreneurial skills to make positive change.


    After 10 successful years of business, David recently sold his GPS tracking technology company to focus on the growth of The Plastic Bank. David also founded The Core Values Institute, which is a global thought leadership platform and consultancy that helps entrepreneurs uncover and live inline with the values that lead to their success. David’s workshops and “Values Auction” uncover the values that guide every decision the entrepreneur makes.


    He is an active inspirational keynote speaker, adventure traveller, amateur boxer, MMA participant & half marathon runner. In addition to raising a daughter with special needs, David volunteers as a front line contact to fathers who receive their new children’s diagnosis.


     

  • 00:30

    FreshDaily Show: PLASTIC JESUS

    in Spirituality

    Introducing PLASTIC JESUS.

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  • 00:59

    David Katz: Solving Our Plastic Pollution Problem & Poverty

    in Environment

    The future may indeed be in plastics.  David Katz is the founder and CEO of The Plastic Bank, an ambitious social enterprise that aims to solve the plastic pollution problem and poverty at the same time.


    The Plastic Bank provides an opportunity for the world’s poor to collect and trade plastic waste as a currency. That's right.  Plastic waste found at beaches and other waterways is turned into a source of income for our world's most marginalized citizens.  What's more, plastic collectors can get access to 3D printers creating entrepreneurial opportunities.  


    Today David Katz, who is the President of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization (E.O.) Vancouver Chapter and recent winner of the organization's Global Citizen Award, will share his inspiration for reducing global poverty and stopping plastic from entering our oceans.