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Best The Clinton Foundation podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best The Clinton Foundation podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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What's it like to be on the road to history? Running for president is a big deal, but on With Her, you'll hear from Hillary Clinton, Tim Kaine, their supporters, and staff about the little details from the campaign trail they'll never forget.
 
Presented by Causeartist, Disruptors for GOOD explores social entrepreneurs around the world who have dedicated their lives to ethical fashion, impact investing, sustainable travel, and businesses that impact the world in a positive way. The founder of Causeartist, Grant Trahant, does one-on-one interviews with some of the most creative and impactful startups and brands around the world.
 
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In episode 47 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Christian Thrasher and Catherine Smith from The Clinton Foundation on the impact of COVID-19 across different sectors of our society. Catharine SmithCatharine Smith is the chief executive officer of the Clinton Health Matters Initiative (CHMI) at the Clinton Foundation. Catharine previo…
 
1) John Ahlberg introduces the social landscape of Sweden and gives us a brief into the public understanding and acceptance of nuclear energy. 2) How the idea for Kärnfull Energi, Sweden's first 100% nuclear electricity provider, came to John and his co-founder Christian, and how they set up the company and have been making positive waves since. 3)…
 
In episode 46 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Priya Prakash, founder of HealthSetGo on her mission bring health education to millions of citizens in India. Growing up in India, Priya Prakash’s family showed their love through food. Nightly dinners, family gatherings, and celebrations were filled with joy and of course food. Unfortu…
 
1) Katie Tubb discusses her journey into the nuclear energy sector, from an intern who admitted to know nothing about where energy comes from to to an advocate for innovative energy and environment policy. 2) Katie Tubb shares her passion for nuclear technology, the issues with the nuclear industry assuaging people’s fears without educating them, a…
 
In episode 45 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Martin Johnston, Co-founder of Crafted Society on raising over $1 million to disrupt the luxury goods market with transparency and social responsibility. Martin spent the last 20+ years running global operations for companies like Nautica, Tommy Hilfiger, Adidas, and Toms. After taking …
 
1) Clinton Carter discusses how he was involved in modernizing Comanche Peak, building the largest industrial wireless network, and expanding the idea to other locations over the course of his 35 year career there. 2) Clinton and Bret discuss how antiquated regulations slow innovation in the nuclear sector and what can be done to change the outlook…
 
1) Scott Hsu reflects on his early interest in energy and how it led him to study plasma physics and magnetic reconnection 2) How the fusion program at ARPA-E was formed and how it has impacted the development of fusion technology 3) A review of some past and present fusion experiments and how they are being used in costing studies 4) How the marri…
 
1) Incorporating sociology into the nuclear sector 2) The Argentinian nuclear sector’s structure and reinvigorating the industry 3) The CAREM SMRs and the plan to commercialize and export these power reactors 4) Working towards a new nuclear by creating the need for nuclear power and supporting young nuclear professionals…
 
1) Andrew Sherry and Bret Kugelmass discuss nuclear history in the UK starting with magnox power stations and advanced gas-cooled reactors through the “dash for gas” in the 1980s and today's Nuclear Innovation Program. 2) The UK is the first country to agree to net zero carbon emissions by 2050. How nuclear could be an affordable solution by using …
 
1) Adrienne’s uncommon route to the nuclear sector via the Lottery Fund 2) How the Office of Nuclear Regulation (ONR) is modernizing to engage in Advanced Nuclear Technologies (ANT) and increase accessibility 3) Changing the UK nuclear regulation process to decrease cost and foster innovation 4) Securing the future of the ONR by diversifying employ…
 
1) How Tristano Sainati transitioned from engineering to nuclear licensing regulation and what nuclear licensing frameworks are. 2) The prescriptive-based approach and performance-based approach to nuclear regulatory frameworks and how they may discourage innovation and nuclear competitiveness against other energy sources 3) The history of how inte…
 
1) Giorgio Locatelli recounts his journey from Italy to the United States to learn about nuclear energy and how it became his career focus 2) How economic climate and project funding choices affect the global development of nuclear reactors 3) A look at the feasibility of nuclear reactor design and construction, both small and large 4) Giorgio prov…
 
1) Restarting the UK’s nuclear industry with Sizewell C 2) Copying the Hinkley design to save time and money and strengthen the UK’s supply chain 3) Turning to private capital and the regulated asset based model to finance Sizewell C 4) Incorporating “no regret” changes for Sizewell C to become a potential energy center…
 
1) Alice Cunha da Silva explains how a degree in computer science led her all over the world to discover her passion for nuclear engineering and how she shares that passion with her community 2) Brazil runs its nuclear industry a little differently, from its focus on communication strategies to its operational structures 3) Alice shares her perspec…
 
1) Claudio Almeida reflects on his international nuclear education and how it prepared him for a design review of Brazil’s first nuclear plant, Angra 1 2) How technical issues in Soviet-designed nuclear power plants were identified, analyzed, and corrected to improve plant performance 3) Claudio explains how Chernobyl changed the international nucl…
 
1) Celso Cunha recounts his career working with Brazilian governments and private companies and how it led to his leadership at ABDAN 2) Celso explains the role of ABDAN in Brazil’s nuclear space and how it connects with the industry side of nuclear activities 3) An inside look at how Brazil is driving innovation in the regulation, development, and…
 
1) Carlos Freire Moreira reflects on his time in the Brazilian Navy and how the civilian industry adapted Naval technology in the energy sector 2) Carlos gives an in depth look at INB’s goals of developing all levels of the uranium fuel cycle 3) How different applications for uranium and the state of other energy resources all lead back towards mor…
 
1) Leonam Guimarães reflects on his career in the Brazilian Navy Nuclear program 2) The history of Brazil’s civilian nuclear sector and plans for future development 3) Leonam addresses challenges of changing technologies and how innovation can pave the way to success 4) How hydroelectricity and nuclear energy can be used together to balance Brazil’…
 
1) Marcel Biato explains how a career in diplomacy prepared him for work in the nuclear industry and the unique challenges that come with it 2) How Brazil is opening up the previously state-run nuclear industry to private companies and the history between Argentina and Brazil’s nuclear programs 3) Marcel shares the current state of Brazil’s naval n…
 
In this episode, we discuss... 1) Bianca becoming an advisor to the Undersecretariat of Nuclear Energy 2) The three areas of the nuclear sector and how more communication is needed to push the industry forward 3) Argentina’s nuclear power reactors and SMR prototype development 4) How SMRs meet the demand for lower costs, shorter construction time a…
 
In this episode... 1) Kalev Kallemets provides an inside look at Estonia’s political climate and how the country aims to tackle energy challenges 2) How the Baltic States share energy infrastructure and how that impacts power generation planning and development 3) Why the energy markets are changing across Europe and how it impacts power reliabilit…
 
In this episode, we discuss... 1) Fast reactor coolants and Russian deployment 2) Italy’s strong nuclear education despite the end of the state’s industry 3) The nonelectrical applications for reactor power, including hydrogen production and cogeneration 4) How SMRs take advantage of economies of series, rather than economies of scale, to decrease …
 
1) Idaho Senator Mike Crapo recounts his childhood in Idaho Falls, Idaho and how the nearby Idaho National Laboratory impacted his career in politics 2) How the economy and the environment can both benefit from win-win energy solutions 3) Sen. Crapo provides an overview of the NEICA and NEIMA nuclear energy innovation bills and how they will transf…
 
In this episode... 1) Nam Dinh shares his path to nuclear engineering and the international education and research that kicked off his career 2) Why nuclear reactors were not originally designed with failure scenarios in mind and how that has changed 3) Nam reviews how current research projects are changing the way technology and simulation impact …
 
In this episode, we discuss... 1) Mohamed Bourham’s path to a career in nuclear from Egypt to Europe to North Carolina State University 2) Mohamed reviews his many areas of research, including electrothermal propulsion, radiation, waste, and material science 3) How dry cask storage for spent fuel has performed so far and why there are different ide…
 
In this episode, we discuss how... 1) Jacob Eapen recalls his time working on safety analysis of the advanced heavy water reactor at the Bhabha Atomic Research Center in India 2) How Jacob expanded his career in the U.S. nuclear academic and industrial spaces to focus on computational material science 3) Jacob’s current and past research projects i…
 
In this episode, we discuss... 1) Increasing measurement accuracy with gamma rays 2) Understanding cross sections, thermal neutrons and fast neutrons 3) The PULSTAR research reactor design and how it is used to produce positrons 4) Demonstrating inherent safety with small research reactorsBy Titans of Nuclear
 
In this episode, we discuss how... 1) Yousry Azmy recalls his path to academia in the nuclear space and explains how neutrons interact in a nuclear reactor 2) Yousry Azmy discusses his research in solving the transport equation on unstructured grids and explains the levels of a reactor transport problem…
 
In this episode, we discuss... 1) The Russian VVER and BN-800 designs 2) Developing optimization methods for the VVER at Penn State 3) How a lack of scientific support in Bulgaria caused nuclear scientists to move to western countries 4) Developing benchmarks with high fidelity simulationsBy Titans of Nuclear
 
In this episode, we discuss... 1) How radiation changes materials within a reactor 2) The advancement of electron-beam welding and the potential to decrease cost and extend reactor lifetimes 3) Strengthening materials by precisely deforming crystal structures with radiation 4) The need to deploy technological advancements to move the nuclear indust…
 
In this episode, we discuss... 1) How he first became interested in nuclear engineering and what sparked his interest in academia 2) Robert’s post-graduate path to becoming an expert in radiation detection and how he became involved in designing nuclear facilities for safeguards 3) Robert reflects on his time in Washington as an advisor to the NNSA…
 
In this episode, we discuss... 1) Allen’s early work in prevention of mutual interference in the naval reactors submarine force 2) How Allen transitioned from being a naval submarine officer to a biomedical graduate student studying modification of biological cells 3) How Allen’s research on electromagnetic interference at GE has been applied to cr…
 
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