Interviews

Mother Nature

May 19, 2021
3 episodes

Climate change is a feminist issue.

Women are disproportionately impacted by the climate crisis, and yet they hold many of the solutions - gender equality is essential in order to take substantial action on climate.

Hosted by earthrise co-founder Alice Aedy, Mother Nature is an interview series sharing the stories of the female storytellers, activists, journalists, and CEO’s working to tackle one of the most urgent issues of our time: the climate crisis.

Episode 1: Antoinette Vermilye 

In episode 1 Alice meets the dynamic and inspiring Antoinette Vermilye, founder of the She Changes Climate to discuss the intersection of climate and feminism. She Changes Climate is a campaign fighting for increased representation of women at COP 26, the UN Climate Conference happening this year in Glasgow. Gender equality ahead of this conference is deemed absolutely critical for significant action on climate!


Episode 2: Emily Chan

In the second episode of Mother Nature, Alice talks to Emily Chan, about her work as sustainability editor at vogue, a job that didn’t even exist until a few years ago! Shedding light on her inspirational journey to raise awareness around climate change and the global impact of the fashion industry, Alice and Emily discuss all things sustainability and journalism.

Episode 3: Victoria Prew

In episode 3 Alice talks to Victoria Prew, the Co-Founder and CEO of HURR. HURR is the fashion marketplace behind the rental revolution, aiming to disrupt our toxic and disposable relationship with fast fashion. With the help of an ever-growing community, HURR is making fashion accessible and sustainable, with a circlar economy approach which is both restorative and regenerative by design.


Climate change is a feminist issue.

Women are disproportionately impacted by the climate crisis, and yet they hold many of the solutions - gender equality is essential in order to take substantial action on climate.

Hosted by earthrise co-founder Alice Aedy, Mother Nature is an interview series sharing the stories of the female storytellers, activists, journalists, and CEO’s working to tackle one of the most urgent issues of our time: the climate crisis.

Episode 1: Antoinette Vermilye 

In episode 1 Alice meets the dynamic and inspiring Antoinette Vermilye, founder of the She Changes Climate to discuss the intersection of climate and feminism. She Changes Climate is a campaign fighting for increased representation of women at COP 26, the UN Climate Conference happening this year in Glasgow. Gender equality ahead of this conference is deemed absolutely critical for significant action on climate!


Episode 2: Emily Chan

In the second episode of Mother Nature, Alice talks to Emily Chan, about her work as sustainability editor at vogue, a job that didn’t even exist until a few years ago! Shedding light on her inspirational journey to raise awareness around climate change and the global impact of the fashion industry, Alice and Emily discuss all things sustainability and journalism.

Episode 3: Victoria Prew

In episode 3 Alice talks to Victoria Prew, the Co-Founder and CEO of HURR. HURR is the fashion marketplace behind the rental revolution, aiming to disrupt our toxic and disposable relationship with fast fashion. With the help of an ever-growing community, HURR is making fashion accessible and sustainable, with a circlar economy approach which is both restorative and regenerative by design.