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Sea Change Radio
Weekly Program
Jesse Tran
 Sea Change Radio  Contact Contributor
According to a study conducted by Quantis International, footwear production is responsible for about 700 million metric tons of carbon dioxide, or 1.4% of total global climate emissions. The negative impact of athletic footwear in particular includes problematic waste stream and labor practices, as well. So what can you do when you want to be responsible but you need new kicks? This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak with the founder of Rens Original, Jesse Tran, about his company’s unique method of manufacturing shoes from spent coffee grounds and recycled plastic. Then, we revisit our discussion with independent journalist Brett Simpson as we imagine a world without traffic cops.

Track: Hi-Heeled Sneakers
Artist: Chuck Mangione Quartet
Album: Alive!
Label: Mercury
Year: 1972

Track: Funky Sneakers
Artist: Willie Bobo
Album: Funky Sneakers
Label: Capitol
Year: 1976

Track: Highway Patrol
Artist: Red Simpson
Album: The Man Behind The Badge
Label: Capitol
Year: 1966

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