Paul Hawken on the low-carbon future we can achieve

January 22, 2018 by  
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The best of live interviews from GreenBiz events. This episode: Visionary author and entrepreneur Paul Hawken explores concrete solutions for reversing our high-carbon trajectory.

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Communities rise up to draw down on carbon

October 31, 2017 by  
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Calculating the “hopeful new math” on climate change with help from Paul Hawken’s new book.

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Communities rise up to draw down on carbon

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Calculating the “hopeful new math” on climate change with help from Paul Hawken’s new book.

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‘Drawdown’ and global warming’s hopeful new math

April 17, 2017 by  
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A new book edited by Paul Hawken offers the promise of solving, not just slowing, the climate crisis via a suite of technologies and practices that are available now.

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Episode 71: Paul Hawken on his new book; can blockchain brew sustainable coffee?

April 14, 2017 by  
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This week on 350: Getting charged up about energy storage, one hospital’s Rx for sustainability and Paul Hawken’s upcoming book on reversing climate change.

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When (animal) waste really does equal (people) food

April 14, 2017 by  
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Wisconsin-based Midwestern BioAg is turning manure into a lightweight, easily transportable fertilizer that helps build organic matter in soil, helping it store carbon — an important climate benefit.

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Envisioning what’s possible

March 4, 2016 by  
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Project Drawdown Founder Paul Hawken shares the realistic, optimistic and empowering view of our climate future offered by drawdown solutions, and the important role of the business community in actualizing this future in Phoenix at GreenBiz 16.

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A landmark partnership, 10 years later

March 4, 2016 by  
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Hear from Walmart Chief Sustainability Officer and Walmart Foundation President, Kathleen McLaughlin and Environmental Defense Fund Executive Director, Diane Regas on what it takes to set and achieve audacious and aspirational goals at one of the world’s largest companies, and what they’ve learned since the start of this historic 2005 partnership at GreenBiz 16 in Phoenix.

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Building the case for sustainability leadership

March 4, 2016 by  
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Steelcase CEO Jim Keane discusses why the C-Suite needs to take sustainability seriously, and the value Steelcase has unlocked by rethinking its products, their life-cycle, and even the company’s business model in Phoenix at GreenBiz 16.

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Translating big data to improve corporate decisions

March 4, 2016 by  
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The public debut at GreenBiz 16 in Pheonix of the Green Infrastructure Support Tool (GIST), built by the Earth Genome in collaboration with WBCSD, that helps identify solutions to water scarcity risk. It demonstrates the promise of how environmental data, science and visualization technology can exponentially lower the cost for corporations to gain insights that enable better decisions for their organizations, society and the planet.

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