May 15, 2019
I had the wonderful opportunity to sit down with Kyla Greenham, Manager of Conservation Programs and Environment at the Toronto Zoo. Kyla and I discussed some of the many sustainable programs that are currently implemented at the Zoo. We also had the chance to discuss how the passion to be eco-friendly was initially driven by the staff at the Zoo a number of decades ago. That passion was the driving force for many programs mentioned in this episode and the new Washed Ashore – Art To Save The Sea exhibit, which raises the awareness of plastic pollution in our waters. Washed Ashore is a collection of 10 larger-than-life powerful art installations built completely from plastics found in oceans and waterways around the world.
Take a listen to the episode for more details and come down to the Toronto Zoo to see them yourself.