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We need to achieve net-zero emissions by mid-century to avoid catastrophic climate change, and business plays a big part in meeting this goal. Join 100% Renewables’ Co-CEO Barbara Albert as she interviews senior decision-makers from organizations leading the way on climate action. If you want to hear best practice stories of how other businesses drive net profit with zero emissions, this show is for you.
 
In this Podcast Series of Conscious Citizens, we will learn about the concerning matter of Climate Change. Humanity faces the greatest threat from climate change, and it is important to address this issue as a matter of major concern. We will go through the impact of climate change on Humankind, the solutions that will define our fate, and the technological innovations that can help.
 
Examining the strategies and deployments around decarbonisation in hard to abate sectors, we speak with CEOs, heads of corporate strategy, CTOs, Innovation/R&D, project directors & heads of carbon management from around the world. Hosted by Alex Cameron of the Decarbonization Leaders Network and Decarb Connect & produced by Janno Media.
 
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Everything is a climate story. The Carbon Copy covers our shifting carbon-based economy, one news story at a time. Host Stephen Lacey covers climate change through the lens of business, technology, culture, and politics, to explain how the planet is transforming. The show is a co-production of Post Script Media and Canary Media.
 
How can each of us help tackle climate change? Which businesses are bringing innovative solutions to the market to reduce our impact on the planet? And what political & social changes do we require for a true paradigm shift? By interviewing the top scientists, entrepreneurs, activists & politicians, we seek to find answers to all of the above while uncovering the leaders behind our fight for the preservation of our planet.
 
With a new episode every Wednesday morning, the climate 21 podcast is a weekly podcast that showcases best practices and thought leadership in greenhouse gas emissions reductions. Host Tom Raftery interviews climate change experts, executives from companies rolling out the best climate initiatives, and other stakeholders in the space to educate and inspire everyone to action.
 
The real estate industry is the world's single largest contributor to climate change. As the largest venture capital firm focused on technology-driven innovation for the global real estate industry, Fifth Wall is on a mission to help the industry eradicate its carbon emissions and Build to Zero. This series provides inside access to conversations between our Co-Founder & Managing Partner Brendan Wallace and an array of experts to discuss what it will take to get there.
 
Welcome to In Depth Out Loud, a selection of long form stories written by academic experts for The Conversation in the UK. Each episode brings you the audio version of a different story across a wide range of subjects, from science, to politics, health, culture and business. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The world faces a critical challenge: how to meet growing energy demand while urgently reducing carbon dioxide emissions. It means the global energy system must change. Will innovation come to the rescue? How will renewable energy evolve? Does the oil and gas industry have a future? Will batteries, hydrogen or even blockchain alter the way we live, work and travel? The Energy Podcast by Shell explores these questions. We speak to the engineers at the pioneering edge of science and technology ...
 
The importance of sustainability is all time high now, and it is becoming an integral part of a business strategy overall, for many and more mature organizations. Getting towards ‘Net zero’ is no more a theoretical concept but a well-defined program with measurables KPIs and incremental outcomes. In this podcast series, we discuss and understand the underlying aspects of Sustainability in action, compliance (& emission) data management, and global reporting frameworks like CDP and ESG. Drivi ...
 
Our podcasts focus on bringing you insights from the construction and plant sectors, sharing knowledge and information from those working across the spectrum of this important industry sector. Hosted by Peter Haddock, our new 'Think Tank Series' focuses on getting the most out of the fuel in the tank - Diesel, Electric, Hydrogen. We look into what impacts the value of fuel from new innovations, equipment, technology, training more. Thanks to sponsors Leica Geosystems Surveying and 3D machine ...
 
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This podcast episode is sponsored by AusIndustry, a Commonwealth Government program, which helps eligible businesses strengthen, grow and innovate, and develop and commercialise new ideas and products – locally, nationally and globally. The program also helps businesses achieve net zero via support from consultancies such as 100% Renewables. This r…
 
David Boyd from Carbon Re joins Alex to talk about how cement manufacturers will need to step up to the changes in ETS rules that lie ahead. Cement producers have so far avoided significant negative impact of carbon taxes on their co2 output as their free allowances have largely balanced their typical average emissions - they only have to buy credi…
 
You often hear oil and gas pitted against renewable energy as if they are in an all-out war for supremacy. But Alberta, Canada's oil province is also blessed with the best renewable and clean energy resources in the country and the energy expertise to build the net-zero economy of the future. We have done so many Green Energy Futures stories about …
 
What is the best way to reduce car use in cities? Kimberly Nicholas, an associate professor of sustainability science at Lund University, looks at the evidence from across Europe. You can read the text version of this in-depth article here. The audio version is read by Adrienne Walker in partnership with Noa, News Over Audio. Listen to more article…
 
Welcome to the seventh episode of our #MortgageAdvice series with Gordon Reid, Business Development Manager, The London Institute of Banking & Finance, Greg Smith, Senior Training Manager, Just Mortgages, Sonya Matharu, Senior Mortgage Broker, The Mortgage Mum, and Clare Race, Mortgage Manager, Natwest. In this episode they aim to inform, interest,…
 
A version of this episode originally ran on Catalyst w/ Shayle Kann. Stock markets are in decline. Inflation is on the rise. Interest rates are up. Private tech companies are laying off workers. Is this the long-awaited market correction that never quite materialized during the bull market of the last 13 years? And what does it mean for climate tec…
 
So we're hearing more about Climate Anxiety these days - particularly among the younger generations who will have to live with the damage we have wrought on our climate far longer than the rest of us. To talk a little about this, I invited Grist Staff Writer Kate Yoder to come on the podcast to talk about it. We had a fascinating conversation discu…
 
What goes around comes around. The toxins we build into products come back to poison us sooner or later. It’s the circular economy at work. So imagine if we could design systems to remove those toxins in the first place, or at least capture them and return them to the process. Building a cradle-to-cradle economy is a mammoth task, and it’s the miss…
 
There has been $3.7 billion in investment and 4,500 jobs created by municipalities and companies alike procuring 100% renewable energy from private developers in Alberta: companies like Amazon, RBC, Telus, Bimbo and more. We talk to Nagwan Al-Guneid, director of the BRC. Green Energy Futures CKUA Radio Podcastwww.greenenergyfutures.ca…
 
Wendy Owens, Founder & CEO of Hexas, joins Alex to talk about how regenerative, plant-based raw materials can ultimately replace wood and fossil fuel-based materials in a variety of sectors. With applications in energy, chemicals, packaging, textiles, composites, structural/non-structural products, bioremediation, and more, Wendy talks about Hexas’…
 
We’re more than three months into Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and you don’t have to look far beyond your local gas station to see the global impact – the average price of a gallon of gasoline topped $5 this week. The conflict has complicated the flow of energy at a time when supply chains were already jumbled up because of COVID. But it’s not just…
 
Creating lithium-ion batteries is a hugely energy-intensive process and consequently, battery-electric cars take approximately 17,000km to repay their carbon debt. Nanoramic Laboratories has come up with a way to reduce by over 30% the amount of energy required to manufacture lithium-ion batteries, while at the same time making them more energy-den…
 
We're presenting a trailer for our newest show from Post Script Media, called Hot Buttons. The demand for sustainability has come for the fashion industry. Christina Binkley, Rachel Kibbe, and Shilla Kim-Parker are here to talk about it. Hot Buttons features weekly observations and lively debate about the future of the fashion industry as it reckon…
 
Welcome to our first podcast from the Next Gen Faculty at The London Institute of Banking and Finance (LIBF) talking all about Expertise vs Experience. The discussion covers why the Next Gen Faculty was created, why we need to question our understanding of Experience vs Expertise at the highest levels of corporate decision making, and why we need t…
 
Five years ago, Puerto Rico's grid was decimated by Hurricane Maria. Out of the destruction, many hoped that Puerto Rico's new grid could be built around solar and batteries – replacing centralized gas, coal, and oil plants connected with remote transmission lines. That’s not how the recovery played out. Today, Puerto Rico still relies heavily on c…
 
Following on from last week's episode of the podcast where I talked to Rebellious Foods about their plant-based chicken, in this week's episode I talk to Jacob von Manteuffel, co-founder of Bettaf!sh, a company making plant-based tuna (or Tu-Nah, as they call it!). We had a fascinating conversation talking about what plants Bettafish uses (seaweed)…
 
We are drowning in plastics, in our soil, our oceans, our food chain, and recently discovered as nanoparticles in our gut. Mmmmm nanoplastics. The government banned single-use plastics in 2019, and is phasing out hard-to-recycle plastics such as meat and vegetable packaging later this year, but what to replace them with? Well, Earthpac is a New Zea…
 
A recent survey says Canadians care deeply about climate change, but fewer than one in five Canadians are investing in energy efficiency and smart home devices. We talk to David O'Reilly at Schneider Electric Canada about the potential of smart home technologies to save energy, save money, and take a dent out of the 13% of greenhouse gas emissions …
 
Investment in climate tech is rising – but do we yet have the best possible (and scalable) solutions to complex decarbonisation challenges? Benjamin Tincq, Co Founder of Marble Studios, talks with Alex about the need for disruptive tech that targets the most critical problems, tech that is created for the issue rather than a tech in search of an is…
 
In December 2021, Senator Joe Manchin appeared on Fox News to announce that he would not vote for Joe Biden’s signature climate plan, Build Back Better. The reason he cited? A score given by the Congressional Budget Office. The Congressional Budget Office – or CBO for short – is the most important government agency you’ve never heard of. It acts as…
 
Chicken makes up an increasing part of the food we eat. Chicken production is polluting, cruel, and causes significant emissions. One company looking to address this issue is Rebellyous Foods. They have come up with a way to produce plant-based meat, which looks like chicken, tastes like chicken, and is similarly priced to chicken. To find out more…
 
In early May, a leaked draft opinion showed that the Supreme Court could soon overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. So what does abortion access have to do with climate change? This week, we explore the link between heat, pollution, and reproductive justice. In recent years, a strong and growing body of research shows that exposure to pollution a…
 
For millennia we have had a stable climate with atmospheric CO2 levels at around 280ppm. Since the Industrial Revolution, the amount of CO2 in our atmosphere has rocketed up to now around 420ppm with the consequent climate chaos we're now witnessing. Can we reverse that? Can we bring atmospheric CO2 levels back down to 280 once more? Today's guest …
 
We have a bonus episode from our friends at Drilled. The sixth season of Drilled is all about the natural gas industry. In the last decade, the climate movement has begun to reject the idea of natural gas as a "bridge fuel.” As that story has become tougher to sell, the gas industry has shifted from greenwashing to all-out war with environmentalist…
 
Climate Resilient Design takes on a whole new meaning at Zibi, Ottawa's Carbon Neutral Community. Sure the buildings get electricity from run-of-river, and heat from district energy, but what will living in this new kind of community be like? We talk to Sean Lawrence of Kohn Partnership Architects about climate-resilient design and new ideas for li…
 
Few public debates get heated more quickly than the one around replacing kerbside parking with transit lanes or bike paths. How do we make the conversation about parking less polarising and more productive? For the answers, Ross Inglis spoke to Dr. Tim Welch, a Senior Lecturer at Auckland University’s School of Architecture and Planning. Tim, a ver…
 
A river runs through Ottawa's ambitious carbon-neutral community called Zibi. Powered by run-of-river, heated by waste heat, and built energy efficiently, Zibi just might be a model of new climate-resilient, urban design. We talk to Ashley Graham of Zibi and Sean Lawrence of Kphn Partner Architects about this fascinating initiative.Green Energy Fut…
 
CarbonCure has been a favourite of investors and a winner of the XPrize – for ten years they have worked hard to help the concrete sector reduce co2 footprints by working specifically on reuse of co2 within the product mix. Sean Monkman joins Alex Cameron to talk about permanent co2 removals, how to scale as a disruptor in the decarbonisation space…
 
And we're back. I was off last week with Covid, hence the gap in the usual weekly cadence. But boy do I have an excellent episode for you this week to make up for it. Enduring Planet is a FinTech lender focused exclusively on the new climate economy. I invited Dimitry Gershenson, the company's CEO and Co-Founder to come on the podcast to tell me al…
 
In this last episode of our Transition 2050 project series, Ashley Smith, Owner and Managing Director of Fundamental Inc., summarizes where we are, where we need to go, and how we can get there. Ashley narrows in on what an eco-asset management approach is and how it can increase community resilience to climate change impacts, reduce emissions, and…
 
In this podcast episode, we speak with Emma Bombonato, Environmental Sustainability Manager of Sydney Opera House. The Opera House is the nation’s premier tourist destination and one of the world’s busiest performing arts centres. Being a carbon neutral organisation under Climate Active since 2018, the Sydney Opera House builds on a long history of…
 
Think that renewables can’t sustain high industrial heat? Listen in to learn how storing energy as heat is allowing companies that rely on high industrial heat to reconsider renewables as a cheap and emission-free fuel source. Summary: John O’Donnell joins Alex to look at how renewables could become a competitive option for fuelling energy-intensiv…
 
Across California, oil wells pepper residential neighborhoods – often directly next to homes, schools, and businesses. These residential wells have been linked to a host of health problems, from asthma to cancer. And these problems disproportionately affect California’s communities of color. This week, producer Alexandria Herr goes on a crusade to …
 
Small population, isolated location, aging infrastructure, changing climate. The struggle is real for many small Town's across Newfoundland and Labrador - Baie Verte is certainly one of them. In this episode, Chief Administrative Officer, Amanda Humby, candidly describes the significant challenges Baie Verte is facing when it comes to infrastructur…
 
A couple of weeks ago, Elon Musk offered around $44 billion to buy Twitter. A few days later, the CEO of the world’s biggest electric car company became the owner of one of the world’s biggest social media platforms. When news of the deal hit, investors got a little spooked. The share price of Tesla dropped by nearly 20% over the following week. Ma…
 
Energy efficiency isn't nearly as sexy a topic as building out some shiny new solar farm, but it is equally important, and when this energy efficiency benefits low income families who have traditionally been disproportionately effected by issues such as climate change, and pollution, even better again. In this episode of the podcast I spoke to Ryan…
 
Welcome to the sixth episode of our #MortgageAdvice series with Gordon Reid, Business Development Manager, The London Institute of Banking & Finance, Adam Tyler, Executive Chairman of FIBA Ltd, Charlotte Rutter, Head of Comms & Networks, Roma Finance, John Kent, Managing Director, White Rose Finance, and Vic Jannels, Chairman, Impact Specialist Fin…
 
The Town of Stephenville on Newfoundland's West Coast has been actively pursuing environmentally friendly approaches to municipal service delivery for many years. In this episode, Ted Gracie, Director of Municipal Services, describes Stephenville's journey and goals - from recovering from a catastrophic flood, to establishing a nature-based wastewa…
 
Electric vehicles are on their way, but is New Zealand’s grid ready for them? Christchurch-based Evnex makes clever chargers that refuel your car and let your lines company dynamically manage the load on its network. Evnex CEO and founder Ed Harvey told Ross Inglis about the magic behind the plug.By Podcasts NZ / Vincent Heeringa
 
James Regulinski likes the idea of Environmental Social Governance (ESG) investing, but he wasn't convinced it was helping solve the climate crisis fast enough. So he and his partners started Carbon Collective to advise investors based on the impact of companies fighting climate change. Green Energy Futures CKUA Radio Podcast Episode 314www.greenen…
 
A couple weeks ago, Canary Media’s Eric Wesoff found himself in the parking lot of a company called Auxin Solar. Auxin is a small American solar panel maker based in California. It manufacturers 150 megawatts of solar panels a year – 100 times less than the biggest solar manufacturers. Despite its size, Auxin Solar just filed a petition with the U.…
 
Access to validated climate data sources is not trivial. What happens though if you want validated, regularly updated data that you can integrate with your systems? That is where Sust Global comes in. Sust Global uses credible, validated regularly, updated climate data sources, and provides integrations so organisations have access to this data in …
 
We have our guest Modester Lynn who is working closely towards activism in the environmental sector and volunteered for several environmental organizations like Kenya Organization for Environmental Education and Kenya Environmental Activist Network. Lynn currently holds the role of chairperson for the Kenya Inter-university Environmental Students A…
 
Greenhouse gas (GHG) emission inventories can tell you a lot, and sometimes the results aren't what you expect. Then Town of Paradise Manager of Engineering, Tracy Goosney, describes the process of creating the corporate GHG inventory for the Town and how the findings impact their decision-making. She goes over some of the projects that are being u…
 
In this podcast episode, we speak with Rob Waterworth, CEO of FLINTpro and the Mullion Group. The Mullion Group is a global software and consulting company, highly sought after for its expertise in greenhouse gas inventory systems for the land sector. We talk about carbon emissions and removals in the land sector such as carbon sequestration in veg…
 
Cemex Ventures is one of a number of high-profile CVCs who are investing to bring innovation into their companies – but also with an view to decarbonising energy-intensive processes. Gonzalo Galindo, President of Cemex Ventures, talks about their investment strategy with a particular focus on renewables and how even the most energy-intensive chemic…
 
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