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People, Planet, and Profit... and the youth shall lead us to a triple bottom line

May 12, 2022

People, Planet, and Profit... and the youth shall lead us to a triple bottom line

Guided by the principles of people, planet, profit, and empathy, Kehkashan Basu and Steve Petterson are among the new generation of leaders trying to impact our future through better sustainable practices and investments. Whether its by organizing activities in over 26 countries that have led to the planting tens of thousands of trees, thousands of mangroves, solar installations, as the 21-year old Basu has with her Green Hope foundation or by rethinking the rules of investment by including social and environmental triggers that reduce the cost of loans and choosing investments on the basis of social impact vs profit as Petterson, founder of the National Social Value Fund does... These two youths are not only leading, but perhaps forging a new way in business and advocacy.

Sustainability Trends: Top Picks for April 2022

Apr 28, 2022

Sustainability Trends: Top Picks for April 2022

This month, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported that methane emissions from all sources have reached a record high. While CO2 is still the predominant cause of global warming, methane's impact is around 25X greater. On this episode, Denise and Shari tackle methane, resilient housing, and the mixed response to Climate Resolutions are getting from major banks.

Kim Stanley Robinson and the Ministry of the Speculative Carbon Market // S4E7

Apr 14, 2022

Kim Stanley Robinson and the Ministry of the Speculative Carbon Market // S4E7

After speaking with the UN and COP26, Hugo and Nebula Award winning science fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson stops by to speak with Denise and Shari about carbon coins, geoengineering, the role of central banks in solving a climate crisis, and the possibility of an optimistic future. Robinson's latest novel, Ministry for the Future, has garnered wide acclaim not just among readers of fiction, but in professional circles. The solutions he promotes have catalyzed discussions from think tanks to board rooms. Will Ministry change the future? One thing's for sure, Robinson's writings and predictions drawn from over twenty-five years of writing and research provides him with a depth of prescience few crystal balls can match.

Sustainability Trends: Top 3 Picks for March 2022

Mar 31, 2022

Sustainability Trends: Top 3 Picks for March 2022

On this episode, Denise and Shari discuss some of the most important news stories in climate finance and sustainability.

Eight on Eight: Women, Leadership, and the Sustainability Charge // S4E6

Mar 10, 2022

Eight on Eight: Women, Leadership, and the Sustainability Charge // S4E6

In life, we encounter many types of leaders: those who stir our imagination and ignite us to action; those who through their silent deeds provide an example to follow; and those who as teachers give us the tools we need to become leaders ourselves. On this very special episode of Climate Biz we're going to meet eight female climate leaders who are moving to meet today's challenges.

Sustainability Trends: Top 3 Picks for February 2022

Feb 24, 2022

Sustainability Trends: Top 3 Picks for February 2022

On this episode, Denise and Shari discuss some of the hottest news in climate finance and sustainability.

Finding a Job on the Path to Net Zero // S4E5

Feb 3, 2022

Finding a Job on the Path to Net Zero // S4E5

Building back better is about more than supply chains, innovations, and carbon. Fundamentally, it's about us. On this episode of Climate Biz, we're talking jobs and tackle how to create a "just transition" with Guy Ryder, Director-General of the International Labour Organization.

Crystal Ball // S4E4

Jan 20, 2022

Crystal Ball // S4E4

Happy New Year! On our fourth annual Crystal Ball episode, we delve into eight sustainable sectors to predict how they will fare in 2022.

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