The Conduct Science Podcast: Microfibers with Dr. Barbara Martinez and Krystle Moody Wood (Interview)
00:00 – Introduction
01:30 – Background
09:20 – What drew you into conservation?
15:40 – Microfibre pollution
27:45 – Microfibre innovation challenge
39:30 – How has conservation changed over time?
46:15 – What can we do?
52:35 – COVID pollution
54:15 – Cool new research
1:00:00 – Ending and outro
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Links from the show:
- Microfiber Innovation Challenge website (due June 25)
- Microfiber Innovation Challenge contact: email@example.com
- Conservation X Labs website
- The Trident Prize (due April 30)
- The Microfibre Consortium
- Conservation XLabs Socials:
- Materevolve Website
- Materevolve Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Article on UCSB/Nature Conservancy Study
- Fibershed Website: microfibers blog
- Experiential Learning Program: Building Regional Textile Systems for Healthy Soils and Healthy Seas
- NOAA + Materevolve California MIcrofiber Report: A Textile Perspective Report
- Materevolve Socials:
This time on The Conduct Science Podcast, Tom and Mitch are joined by two amazing guests: Dr. Barbara Martinez from Conservation XLabs and Krystle Moody Wood from Materevolve! Join them as they discuss the very important issue of microfibre and microplastic pollution! How is the fashion industry responsible for polluting the environment through the clothes we wear? what are they doing about it? What can we at home do to reduce the amount our clothes affect the environment around us? Think you have an innovative solution to this worldwide problem? Then check out https://conservationxlabs.com/microfibers for your chance to win part of a $650,000 prize! What do you have to lose? Nothing! So check it out. Music: WhiteBatAudio.com
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