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Whether you work with chemicals, have an interest in how chemicals affect us and the environment or work as a journalist or decision-maker in the field of manufactured chemicals, the Safer Chemicals Podcast is for you. We give you the latest updates on how chemicals are being regulated in the EU and what harmful chemicals are being phased out. Listen to expert views on chemical safety in the EU and join the scientific discussion on key topics including microplastics, glyphosate, endocrine di ...
 
Thank you for listening to the Chemical Sensitivity Podcast! You will hear inspiring conversations with people with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) and researchers of all kinds. The podcast is accountable to the community, and there will be many opportunities for listener engagement. Brought to you by fellow canary, Aaron Goodman, Ph.D., longtime journalist and communication studies researcher with assistance from producer Kiana Holland. New episodes twice a month! Please subscribe on Ap ...
 
Supporting the growth and development of INTPs in the Myers-Briggs system through personal stories and lessons from relationships, career, productivity andmental health. This podcast is an introspection of Christian A. Rivera, a fellow INTP who started this podcast to catalog the detangling of mental health and personality to figure out how to thrive as an INTP. Other models such as the Enneagram and spiral Dynamics are also references to help triangulate solutions to more complex issues. Co ...
 
Welcome to The Chemical Show, a podcast focused on the business of chemicals. Featuring interviews with industry executives, you’ll hear about the key trends impacting chemicals and plastics today: growth, sustainability, innovation, transformation, digitalization, global supply chains, strategic marketing, and much more. Hosted by Victoria Meyer, The Chemical Show brings you the latest insights into the industry. You will hear from leading industry executives as they discuss their companies ...
 
Stay up to date with some of the biggest regulatory and chemical management stories from the last 30 days. Every month Chemical Watch journalists will explain the background and significance of some of our key stories, giving you additional context and insight into the regulatory and chemical management developments affecting you, your team and your organisation.
 
Chemical reactions, A podcast by Chemical Engineering students, for Chemical Engineering students in which different subjects will be discussed that might be exothermic for your thoughts and spark a reaction in your mind. In this podcast we will talk about subjects like activism amongst chemical engineering students, research done by our lecturers and other subjects that are related to the field of Chemical Science and Engineering. For these subjects we will invite fellow students, lecturers ...
 
Chemical & Engineering News Webinars are thought provoking hour long presentations that support C&EN's mission to provide news and analysis of the chemistry enterprise in a timely, accurate, and balanced fashion. The webinars cover new developments in technology in the chemical, pharmaceutical, life science, and instrumentation industries.
 
The Chemical Brothers are a British electronic music duo composed of Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons originating in Manchester in 1989. Along with The Prodigy, Fatboy Slim, The Crystal Method, and fellow acts, they were pioneers at bringing the big beat genre to the forefront of pop culture. In the UK, they have had five number one albums and 13 top 20 singles, including two number ones. The duo have won a number of awards throughout their career, including four Grammy Awards—twice for Best Elect ...
 
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Today I'm talking about the importance of being where you are and the necessities of each level of developmental through whichever developmental spiral you're getting to know. I reference the work of Dr. Keith Witt and Jeff Salzmann on The Daily Evolver and their episode about the three types of suffering. I also talk about personality disorders an…
 
Thank you for listening to The Chemical Sensitivity Podcast! New episodes twice a month. Subscribe for free wherever you get your podcasts. This episode is titled "Parenting Children with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS)." It features an insightful conversation with a woman who has MCS and is the mother of two teenage daughters who also have the…
 
Jennifer McIntyre and Kelly Gilroy came to the chemical industry at different points in their lives. Jennifer started young, having been surrounded by a family who was already in the field. Kelly bloomed late, finding a connection to the industry while attending banking school. However different, both found value in the opportunities of creating a …
 
Episode 135 - Health Heroes! Meet Sara, she was raped at age 17 thern later after having three children and 17 years of marriage her husband told her the last 14 years hes been living a double life as a gay man. Life handed Sara a truckload of trauma and using nature she was able to transform herself and now leads others out of the dark and into th…
 
Tim Bowmer and Maria Ottati, Chairs of our committees for risk assessment and socio-economic analysis join us to share the highlights from their September meetings. On the agenda: Restricting polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in clay targets for shooting The restriction prevents further environmental emissions of these toxic and very persiste…
 
Dr. Helen Fisher and Dr. Dario Nardi are making some interesting connections between chemicals hormone, brain scans and Myers-Briggs Personality Subtypes. For me, this is opening up a doorway of accepting aspects of myself that I've been pushing down and operating within unhealthy ways. So today I'm breaking down Oxytocin, testosterone, Dopamine, a…
 
I think of each cognitive function for the INTP as a battery that can be utilized and also needs recharging. Each battery affects the other batteries and also batteries can be overheated if not used or unplugged. In this episode I go over a leverage point word for each cognitive function that help signal when an INTP needs recharging in each area a…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic caused a global shutdown on an unprecedented scale. While a huge number of companies could not jump back after this worldwide crisis, some still managed to survive. Vink Chemicals is one of those that faced a COVID-hit market and proved bigger than its long list of adversities. Victoria Meyer talks with the brilliant minds beh…
 
Episode 134 - Health Heroes! I am very excited to introduce you to Donna Schwenk. Donna’s health was a mess after the birth of her third child, Holli. On her own search to heal herself she stumbled upon cultured foods and amazingly to her she started feeling better. This led her to go on a 21 year deep dive into the live bacteria in our bodies and …
 
Many people have tried innovating and coming up with new ideas for a more sustainable world, but only a few have made a dent. The process is long, and it takes more than a brilliant mind to develop a breakthrough product that would revolutionize the use of plastic. One of those few is Avantium. In this episode, CEO Tom van Aken shares their initiat…
 
Episode 133 - Health Heroes! I am very excited to introduce you to Dr. Joseph Antoun M.D. who was a cardiologist who realized prescribing 4-5 medications never helped his patients get healthy. Over the last 20 years, he has been on a quest to get healthy food into people's homes and it gets even better! Working with Dr. Longo who created the fastin…
 
Thank you for listening to The Chemical Sensitivity Podcast! New episodes twice a month. Subscribe for free wherever you get your podcasts: Google Podcasts Apple Podcasts Spotify YouTube Follow the podcast online for updates and to share your feedback: Facebook Twitter Instagram TikTok This episode is titled, "A Critical Link? Mast Cell Activation …
 
Episode 132 - Hello Health Heroes! Now that you have listened to Episode #131 which is all about “What” Ayahuasca is and “How” it works and the best way to experience it, now it's time to tell you about my actual experience. Going into this journey I was very clear on my intentions of what I wanted to get out of it. Since I was given away at birth …
 
The pandemic, disputes, recession, and inflation are just a few of the adversities that we all have to get through. But imagine what it's like to be in logistics. It's one thing for a company to keep afloat and another to advance. NUCO Logistics has not only done both, but they were also awarded the Ecovadis Silver Medal for their compliance in the…
 
Episode 131 - Hello Health Heroes! Many of you have reached out and asked me about the indigenous plant medicine from South America called Ayahuasca for health and spiritual benefits. I have wanted to do an episode on this for a while, so I got really excited to share what I have learned with you. This is a two-part series because the first part is…
 
Thank you for listening to The Chemical Sensitivity Podcast! New episodes twice a month. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts to never miss one. This episode is about living in vehicles as a refuge. It features a conversation with two women with severe MCS. They have had to make difficult decisions to live in their vehicles because synthetic an…
 
Two heads are better than one. When building a business or providing service, having partners and leveraging their strengths is key to scaling your business. In this episode, Gulay Serhatkulu, Senior Vice President of Performance Materials North America at BASF, stresses the importance of partnership and teamwork when it comes to innovation and mee…
 
Episode 130 - Another solo episode by yours truly on what I believe is one of the most important topics of our time… illuminating our consciousness. This show is about my journey to enlightenment and how dramatically my life has changed in the last twelve years because of it. I go into why our parents and society have clouded our own ability to be …
 
Distribution is such an important part of the chemical industry, but we don’t often get to hear from the people who make this vital link possible. In this episode, Terry Hill, the CEO of Barentz, talks about a variety of things that are transforming this particular side of the industry right now. Sitting down with Victoria Meyer, Terry compares wha…
 
Episode 129 - Blank was trained in EMF’s by his father Dr. Martin Blank who was an EMF health expert. HIs father actually was taught in school that EMF’s would cause no harm to humans and when he became a professor he was actually teaching that to his students at the university. Then his father met Dr. Reba Goodman who shed light on the deception a…
 
Thank you for listening to The Chemical Sensitivity Podcast! New episodes twice a month. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts to never miss one. This episode is about creating a fragrance-free policy. My guest is Mushim Ikeda. Mushim is a writer, poet, longtime Buddhism and mindfulness teacher, and Community Director at the East Bay Meditation …
 
Chemical Week executive editor Ian Young joins the podcast to discuss the impact of the natural gas crisis in Europe on the chemical industry, with a particular eye towards BASF. This episode was recorded on 1 August. Since then, Covestro, another major German chemicals producer, has flagged gas supply risks in its second-half outlook. For current …
 
Plastic has been around for the longest time and is the staple material for packaging. And with the recent pandemic and online shopping, you would think that the use of plastic has diminished, but you couldn’t be more wrong. It has increased significantly along with the misconception of destroying the planet. Would you believe that you, as the cons…
 
Episode 128 - Have you struggled with health challenges such as weight gain, low energy, auto-immune issues etc??? If you have or if you just want to maximize your performance and quality of life then I am about to share with you one of the most exciting technologies to detoxify the body that I have ever found. What I am talking about is a detox fo…
 
Extreme weather, heat waves, droughts. Climate change has continued to affect our environment and our lives. And what are we doing about it? Fortunately, there are companies like LanzaTech who dedicated 17 years and $500 million to innovating the use of waste carbon in sustainable fuels, fabrics, packaging, and other products that we use every day.…
 
Episode 127 - It’s a miracle that Courtenay Turner is even alive. If it were not for someone at the hospital misreading her mothers labs they would have chosen to end her life by abortion due to some complications. Luckily for her and the rest of the world, she made it! Due to those complications, Courtenay suffered as a child with learning and phy…
 
Episode 126 - Quite a few years ago when I first started helping people with their health I ran into a lovely couple and the wife had some serious health concerns. She started detoxing, juicing, eating living foods and creating an optimal environment for her to heal herself so she could live a happy life. Well, all of what I shared with her did hel…
 
Thank you for listening to The Chemical Sensitivity Podcast! New episodes twice a month. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts to never miss one. And follow the podcast on social media. The title of this episode is "MCS is Not an Anxiety Disorder." It features a conversation with Dr. Eleanor Stein. Dr. Stein is a a psychiatrist and psychotherapi…
 
According to Forbes, the inflation reading from January 2021 to January 2022 was a whopping 7.5%. Let’s face it, we are certainly facing inflation, and nobody is exempt, including the chemical industry. So what can chemical companies do to handle inflation and still manage to succeed? Today, Victoria Meyer shares five strategies for how chemical co…
 
Episode 125 - Sandor Katz has been fermenting all types of foods for decades. He has traveled the world seeking out fermentation techniques, doing lectures and live fermentation classes. Basically he is a master at fermentation and since fermented foods are packed with beneficial bacteria that are good for our gut and building immunity I was excite…
 
Recently we have seen senior-level leaders transitioning, which opened new opportunities for internal succession or external job requisition. And with the significant changes in work setups and company culture, The Ropella Group, with its Chairman & CEO, Patrick Ropella, took to a new category with a different set of requirements when profiling can…
 
Episode 124 - Fifty years ago very few people had hormone imbalances, now over half of us are dealing with symptoms that drastically reduce our quality of life. When our hormones are not working properly this can lead to poor sleep, auto immune issues, weight gain and lowered sex drive to name a few. So having your hormones balanced is a big deal w…
 
Thank you for listening to The Chemical Sensitivity Podcast! New episodes twice a month. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts to never miss one. And follow on social media for all updates. This episode features a conversation with Maya Dusenbery. Maya is the author of the extraordinary book, "Doin…
 
Chemistry pretty much affects our everyday lives even in its most trivial aspects. Therefore, chemical education is something all people must give some attention to, especially the youth. Victoria Meyer goes to the Chemical Educational Foundation to talk with the people behind it: Terry Hill (Barentz), Aileen Doyle (Univar Solutions), Calvin Emanue…
 
Episode 123 - One of my good friends Sean Entin (A.K.A. The Stroke Hacker) recently had major breakthroughs with getting his body functions back by taking a product that replaces the redox signaling molecules that our bodies lose over time as we age. Sean can now see out of his left eye, his facial expressions are returning and the use of his left …
 
Episode 122 - If you were not aware that wheat and products made from wheat are destroying your health then pay attention cause you're about to get healthier fast! In this episode, I interviewed Dr. William Davis a cardiologist who wrote the book “Wheat Belly”. Dr Davis lost his mother to heart disease and the treatments offered by western medicine…
 
Thank you for listening to The Chemical Sensitivity Podcast! New episodes twice a month. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts to never miss one. And follow us on social media. This episode features a conversation with a man who has severe MCS. We take a deep dive into how the illness affected his …
 
In 2022, the Chemicals Programme of the OECD – the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development – celebrates its 50th anniversary. The aim of the programme has been to improve chemical safety worldwide. In this episode, we’ll speak with Bob Diderich, Head of the Environment, Health and Safety Division of the OECD. We first have a look bac…
 
Finding top talent is getting harder, and the chemical industry is not immune to this phenomenon. Here to unpack and offer solutions to this problem is Ron Malachuk. Ron is a Partner in the Chicago office of JM Search and a core member of the firm’s Chemicals and Materials practice. With vast experience in executive search, he joins Victoria Meyer …
 
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