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SEASON 6 - Little-WISE

109: Sustainable Plush toys with Vishnu Chandran

Siyona May 8, 2022

Did you know? The pile of plastic bottles produced daily would be higher than the Eiffel Tower? That’s because  almost 1 million plastic bottles are purchased every minute. Here’s my guest today, who has successfully found a way to not just recycle, but make it into something that creates visual…

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SEASON 6 - Little-WISE

106: Current News for Kids – 33

Siyona April 9, 2022

News is always fascinating and you could never get bored of it! My favorite news in today’s episode is that of Airbus testing A380 on vegetable oil… Let me know which one you liked! -First space center in Jammu-Turkey’s Longest suspension bridge.-India and Australia sign trade agreement-Airbus A380 flight test…

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105: Toys in India with Suhasini Paul

Siyona April 2, 2022

The power of creating something is incredible… The power to influence little lives with that creation is a bigger responsibility So, who shoulders this responsibility of creating toys for us? Its the ‘Toy Designers’.My guest ‘Suhasini Paul’, who places children, their learning, their creativity and even their future, while designing…

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103: UN Scientist’s view on Toys – Dr Peter Fantke

Siyona March 5, 2022

Dr Peter Fantke. Dr Peter is professor for quantitative sustainability assessment with focus on assessing life cycle fate, exposure, and effects of chemicals.  He is the director of USEtox, the UNEP/SETAC scientific consensus model. This model characterises chemical toxicity and ecotoxicity. It also coordinates global task forces on quantifying emissions of…