Comments Off on Episode 69: An inconvenient podcast; Bechtel engineers green infrastructure
On this week’s podcast: Inside Al Gore’s Climate Reality training, and a digest of our World Water Day stories.
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Episode 69: An inconvenient podcast; Bechtel engineers green infrastructure
Comments Off on Episode 68: Women4Climate recap; Interview with Grist’s new CEO
On this week’s podcast: Why 2017 is a big year for investor activists, a Q&A with Brady Walkinshaw of Grist, and the women leading the fight against climate change at the C40 Cities Women4Climate Summit.
Audio clips from the premier annual event for sustainability leaders, including Annie Leonard from Greenpeace, Mehmood Khan of PepsiCo and Anne Kelly of Ceres.
Episode 64: Live from GreenBiz 17
Comments Off on Timberland walks the extra mile to end plastic waste
The footwear giant cleans up its supply chain by partnering with a startup that promises to add financial value and empower workers in Haiti.
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Comments Off on Episode 63: Banks remove blinders to climate risks; Beyond LEED with USGBC CEO
On this week: Holmes Hummel on taking the energy revolution to the utilities of the heartland. Can the conservative case for climate action thwart the Trumpocalpse?
Comments Off on Episode 62: Where are we now? Adobe on hope in the Trump era
On this week’s episode: We talk about the findings of our State of Green Business report 2017; Richard Eidlin from ASBC and Vince Digneo of Adobe let us in on their plans for navigating our new political reality.
Comments Off on Episode 61: RE100 debuts all 100 cities; Cambrian’s water-as-a-service model
On this week’s podcast: Is China taking over the green bond market? How will artificial intelligence revolutionize supply chains?
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Episode 61: RE100 debuts all 100 cities; Cambrian’s water-as-a-service model
Comments Off on Episode 59: Why is the outdoor industry so collaborative?
On this week’s podcast: How to solve sustainability’s executive racial diversity dilemma, and IoT’s potential for food waste reduction.
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Episode 59: Why is the outdoor industry so collaborative?
Comments Off on America needs this critical energy data in a ‘post-fact’ world
Climate scientists are rushing to save government data they fear may be imperiled under the incoming administration in Washington.
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America needs this critical energy data in a ‘post-fact’ world
Comments Off on Episode 57: Bill Gates bankrolls clean energy; Racial diversity in sustainability
On this week’s podcast: The sustainability perks of city living. Also, the shifting ground of jobs in the transition to a clean energy economy.