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Media Appearances

 
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Talkin' Trash Radio Show - Vancouver Co-op radio, 100.5 FM

July 29th, 2019

A conversation with Henry Mwandemere from Vancouver Master Recyclers.

In this hour long interview we talked about the history of plastics, the various types and their positive and negative attributes. We dived into what bioplastics are and their role in combating pollution and climate change. Finally we looked into the potential for bioplastics production in developed and developing countries.


Recloseded Radio Podcast-EPISODE 9: ALL ABOUT PLASTICS, INTERVIEW WITH DR. ESE CHILE

June 6th, 2019

In this episode, I chat with Selina Ho, Founder at Recloseted and Sustainable Fashion Business Consultant. We chatted about the huge plastics problem. Specifically, how plastic is made, innovations, recycling processes, what role the government, companies and consumers have… and more!

https://www.recloseted.com/episode9

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CBC Quirks and Quarks with Bob MacDonald

May 17, 2019

In this podcast with Bob MacDonald, Love-Ese Chile shares her thoughts on how biodegradable plastics are one tool we can use to start to reduce plastic pollution.

https://www.cbc.ca/radio/quirks/may-18-2019-our-plastics-problem-mystery-of-the-missing-brain-cells-overeating-processed-food-and-more-1.5138784/we-need-plastics-how-do-we-avoid-choking-the-planet-with-them-1.5138805


CBC Early Edition with Stephen Quinn

September 25, 2018

Love-Ese Chile, a bioplastics specialist and consultant, argues not all plastics are the same and it's crucial to understand their differences when creating public policy.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/bioplastics-expert-clear-confusion-on-terminology-1.4837685


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RadioNZ Good Morning Show with Kim Hall

December 20, 2014

Love-Ese Chile is a New Zealand graduate student working with Parisa Mehrkhodavandi in the Department of Chemistry at the University of British Columbia, Canada, where she is researching biodegradable plastics.

https://www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/saturday/20141220