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Successfully Sustainable is a podcast focused on learning how to live a more attainable, maintainable sustainable lifestyle.  With the climate crisis already on our doorstep, we need to promote climate-conscious behaviour in a forgiving, accepting light, with the intention of encouraging people to be imperfect in their pursuit of minimising their impact on the planet. 


By fostering an environment that promotes intersectional, simple, and accessible small actions with a positive outcome, and not judging people on the actions that they can’t/won’t take, we can promote people engaging in imperfect sustainable behaviour, as opposed to not engaging at all. 

The podcast has three key focus areas, Business, Activism, and Education, aiming to inform listeners as to why sustainability is crucial, how to make a difference, and how to create companies that are sustainable (and profitable) at their core.

Season One is sponsored by Aether Herbalist & Apothecary , who have been so kind to give our listeners a huge 15% off using the code SuccessSustain15 on their website!  Go get some mushies and support the show whilst you're at it.

Produced / 

CAYA Creative Productions

Season Sponsor / 

Aether Herbalist & Apothecary

Host & Co-Producer / 

Brad Farrell


Co-Producer / 

James Granelli

Theme Song Writer / 

Jono Greyling

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The podcast is currently available on YouTubeSpotify, Stitcher, Amazon Music, and Deezer, and will be populating to other popular platforms shortly.

Season One of Successfully Sustainable is focused on two of our big three key areas of interest, Business and Activism.  In Episode One, Episode Two, Episode Four and Episode Five, we focus on showcasing some incredible local brands, and on how they've built sustainable businesses from the bottom up.  In Episode Three, Episode Six, and Episode Eight, we chat to environmental activists, covering ocean cleanups, fossil fuel divestment, and climate strikes.  In Episode Seven, host Brad Farrell covers the recent International Panel on Climate Change's Assessment Report 6, which was called a 'Code Red for Humanity' by the UN Secretary General.