The three biggest impacts on the planet are transportation, clothing, and agriculture. Is it possible for all three industries to work together to make the world a greener place?
Absolutely. All life is interconnected and interdependent. Especially food and fashion, since both have major agricultural inputs. Fashion uses flax, linen, cotton, and leathers, and then of course most of our food is raised from the ground up. By leaving the monoculture paradigm behind, we can start having companion crops, like garbanzo and cotton. If these large industries start to collaborate with these types of plot experiments, it raises the bar of experimentation and exploration. What else is possible with an alliance between industry players?
In this episode of the Gooder Podcast, host Diana Fryc is joined by Seleyn DeYarus, Founder and Executive Director of Regenerative Rising, to discuss the benefits of regenerative agriculture. Seleyn talks about why industry leaders need to come together to promote regenerative ideas, common concerns from businesses considering the change, and what she hopes for the future.
In this episode we learn:
- Seleyn DeYarus describes how she is bringing industry leaders together to promote regenerative agriculture
- The three biggest impacts to the planet: transportation, clothing, and agriculture
- How organizations have embraced holistic practices since Seleyn began Regenerative Rising
- What are the most common concerns from companies considering a holistic business approach?
- Elevating feminine leadership
- Pivotal moments on the path to building Regenerative Rising
- Why Seleyn chose love instead of fear on her cancer journey
- What’s next for Regenerative Rising?
- Trends that Seleyn is watching
About Seleyn DeYarus
Seleyn DeYarus is the Founder and Executive Director of Regenerative Rising. She is recognized for helping galvanize the global regenerative movement. She brings together thought leaders from business, civic, academia, and agriculture networks for shared solutions to extractive models in the food, fashion, and beauty industries. Seleyn designs experiences to accelerate commitments to social and environmental justice, climate action, and building a regenerative economy.
From 2009 to 2016, Seleyn served as CEO of Best Organics Inc, a certified B Corp and a leading online organic gift box and brand promotion company. Best Organics worked with social-mission-guided organic brands from across the USA to grow consumer awareness about healthy lifestyle brands one gift at a time. It was sold in June 2016 to Dave Noel, founder of Organic Bliss Baking Company.
Guests Social Media Links:
LinkedIn Seleyn DeYarus : https://www.linkedin.com/in/seleyn-deyarus-3710126/
Website : https://regenerativerising.org/
- Seleyn DeYarus on LinkedIn
- Regenerative Rising
- Regenerative Rising Podcast
- Regenerative Rising on Instagram | Twitter | Facebook
- Karen Frame of Makeena on the Gooder Podcast
- Elizabeth Candelario of Mad Agriculture on LinkedIn
- Tay Lotte of Regenerative Rising on LinkedIn
- Gina Asoudegan of Applegate on LinkedIn
- Diana Fryc on LinkedIn
- Retail Voodoo
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