I created the Chill with Dyl podcast because I know firsthand how useful podcasts are for learning about better ways to live our lives. It's a way to give back to the community and ambitious environmental learners who want to change the way they do things in life to lessen our impact. My aim is to find the smartest and most knowledgable people, interview them and find out how they are reducing their waste (of stuff, food, energy, time) and how they're minimising their environmental footprint. I'll be extracting highly actionable tactics that you can apply to your life for immediate benefits.


  • Chill With Dyl Episode 4 - The Litter Collective - Melissa McCabe and Randolph Wild

    Chill With Dyl Episode 4 - The Litter Collective - Melissa McCabe and Randolph Wild

    29/04/2017 Duración: 50min

    "Start with the tiny bits, they all make up the big bits in the end - Randolph Wise" The Litter Collective (TLC) is collective of environmental groups in Newcastle. As the name suggests, they collect litter, organise beach clean ups and also act as a chamber of commerce within the Newcastle Region. TLC treat the earth and its inhabitants with TLC (tender loving care). Their goal is to rid society of waste and pollution through positive action and by promoting alternatives. Melissa is a Guardian for Take 3 Newcastle, Amnesty International Australia Newcastle Volunteer and Founder / Humanitarian Entrepreneur of Corethics Consultancy. She believes in a two-pronged approach to lasting peace that is, promoting environmental justice and social justice as she strongly believes they rest interdependently in the bigger picture of global peace. Melissa holds a Bachelor of International Studies with majors in Global Politics and Peace and Languages (Indonesian). Her love for nature, culture and languages comes alive t

  • Chill With Dyl Podcast Ep 3 - Bea Johnson

    Chill With Dyl Podcast Ep 3 - Bea Johnson

    12/04/2017 Duración: 52min

    "Buying is Voting"  - Bea Johnson. Bea Johnson and her family have adopted a zero waste lifestyle since 2008, and produce a mere Litre of waste per year! With her blog and bestseller Zero Waste Home (translated in 14 languages and #1 on Amazon, waste category, since 2013), Bea launched a global movement and continues to inspire a growing community to live simply and take a stance against needless waste. Her methodology is based on 5R's: “Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rot, and only in that order”. She shatters misconceptions, proving that zero waste can not only be stylish, but also lead to significant health benefits, and time and money savings. She speaks at universities, corporate events and conferences all over the globe, including Google, Adobe, the European Parliament and the United Nations. She has completed five international tours and given 150+ speeches in 20+ countries on 5 continents. She has appeared on TV shows and in publications everywhere, from The Today Show to BBC Breakfast. Passionat

  • Chill With Dyl Podcast Ep 2 - Erin Rhoads, The Rogue Ginger

    Chill With Dyl Podcast Ep 2 - Erin Rhoads, The Rogue Ginger

    17/03/2017 Duración: 01h02min

    Erin Rhoads is founder of "The Rogue Ginger"; Australia's popular eco lifestyle website and blog on low waste living. She is a sought after speaker and writer, and inspires many on her waste reduction ideology. She shares her skills and ideas at workshops to many, and has been featured on Sunrise, The Morning Show, The Project, The Herald Sun, The Age, Peppermint Magazine, Marie Clare and more.  If you want to go all out "zero waste" or just reduce your waste by 25%, this episode has something for you. Erin talks about how she and her family went from consumers to zero waste advocates since 2013, the triggers that got her started, and her first steps. Taking part in "Plastic Free July" (think "Dry July" but to forego plastic rather than alcohol), starting her "dilemma jar" (to keep track of what rubbish she created) and living with more intention. In this podcast episode we talk about: How to get started on your waste reduction journey.  Easy alternatives that you can start today. Reusable bags, coffee cup