Livestream is a fantastic way to connect viewers to speakers in a transparent and engaging way – join us live to add your questions or comments to the discussion.
is a series of live interviews focused on promoting the interesting work of people in Japan, or focused on Japan, in terms of sustainability. The SSL series started in April 2020 to highlight the good work of passionate people in Japan helping diminish our impact on the planet, adding value to their communities, and doing work valuable to future generations.
Livestream talks are multistreamed to YouTube, Twitter/Periscope (jjwalsh), Twitch (JJWalsh_) and Facebook (InboundAmbassador).
Choose your LIVESTREAM link:
Follow link below to a livestream once we have started a live show
Powered by Restream.io
126- The EV Ambassador – Kevin Meyerson talks about the Jaguar IPACE Electric Car + Japan Energy and Infrastructure
125- Keeping Little Ones (and Mom) Happy, Healthy and Learning at Home with Lee Ridgewell
124- Jason’s All Sumo Channel – Insights and Great Stories from a Mega-Sumo-Fan
123- Walking the Kumano Kodo Trails in Wakayama – Guide + Writer: Alena Eckelmann
122- What the Sustainable News Japan – Hikosaemon + JJWalsh discuss Japan’s Latest News + Sustainability
121- Kyle Holzhueter Introduces Natural Methods of Japanese style Plastering
120- Jon Stollenmeyer talks about his Love of Japanese Architecture + Carpentry
119- Japanese Housework + Tea Ceremony Insights
118- Derek Wessman Talks Japanese TV, Signage and Translation
117- Scott of TeslaQuest + JJWalsh Talk Tesla Model3 – 1st Year Review
116- John Spiri is a Sustainability Dabller- Chickens, Hunting, Bee-Keeping..
115- Alisha Ivelich introduces Non-Native Creative Talkshow series
114- David Douglas Stuart – Filmmaker + Journalist
113- Bicycle Adventures of Reka Farkas a Lady Cyclist in Japan
112 Tsuyoshi Domoto talks Coding for Kids + Finding a Meaningful Career Path
111-Fritz Schumann’s Documentary film Okunoshima
In this talk, Fritz a video journalist from Berlin introduces his documentary about how Japan’s biggest poison-gas production island was “cute-washed” by adding rabbits and promoting tourism to cover up the dark wartime history of the place.
110- Jared Campion talks Van-Life Japan and Innovative Rural Travel | DreamDrive
109- Noriko Shindo shares her Passion for Plant-Based | Veggino
108- Author Sean Michael Wilson talks historical heritage and sustainability in Manga
107- What the Sustainable News?! Hikosaemon + JJWalsh talk Japan News with Sustainability Lens
106- Awamori Okinawan alcohol insights from Christopher Pellegrini