Voz en Verde Podcast

Name of podcast: Voz en Verde (Voice in Green)

What topics are covered?

This podcast covers nature, recycling, life on a greener, cleaner world, how to save energy, controlling emissions on cars and factories and reducing waste. It also gives tips on how to consume healthier food and grow certain plants in our own gardens.

Why is it good to listen to?

With a clear voice and very good Spanish, simple language and easy to understand, this podcast is excellent for all audiences, since it teaches how to live a more sustainable life on this planet. The advice given is easy to follow and will certainly improve everybody´s life one way or another.

To listen or subscribe to the podcast, please visit https://itunes.apple.com/mx/podcast/voz-en-verde/id426748152?mt=2

How often are the podcasts updated: The podcasts are updated on a daily basis.

Length of each podcast: Podcasts on this list are all one hour long.

Podcast description:

Podcast hosts and ecology experts Edgar Eslava and Nayeli Gutierrez address contamination, recycling waste, growing organic vegetables, reducing the use of fuels, pesticides and other poisons while promoting the creation of sustainable communities that respect the environment. The hosts also teach the audience how to recycle, grow their own plants and vegetables and reduce energy consumption and waste.

The contributors talk about communities that are already living under new schemes, respecting the environment and helping others to accommodate this new ideas and way of life. Good for all audiences, this is an educational  podcast promoting a better life for all organisms inhabiting this planet.


This is a Spanish podcast about nature, how to respect it and save what is left of it. Mexican anchors Edggar and Nayeli promote a better way of life, respecting all living organisms and creating a waste and pollution-free environment for those who will live in the world after us. With easy-to-understand language and a clear tone, this is an excellent listen to learn more about what we can do to help the world “breathe” better.