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Sustainable Event Management Debunked! Interview with Serena Pacifico from evntACT
In today's episode, we are joined by Serena Pacifico from evntACT to discuss the intricacies of sustainable event management and its role in the future of event making. Embedding sustainability within the event organization is still new, but promises many benefits such as more effective financial investment through waste reduction, better economic returns in the longer run, and a more satisfied audience, giving the surging interest in sustainability in society. We will review key practices that, when embedded at the event planning stage, lead to a more positive impact. Everything is considered, from investigations of supply chains to understand the social and environmental impact of products associated with an event, to the structure and utilization of the event venue, and to gaining the buy-in of different stakeholders. Tune in & join the conversation!4
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The Quadruple Bottom Line in Business Sustainability - What's New? Interview with Kumar Iyer
Join us today, as Kumar Iyer introduces an innovative model - the quadruple bottom line - to design and implement sustainability in modern organizations. What is the triple bottom line, as well as the ESG standards and the UN SDGs, missing to enact real change?  Here's a hint: when people have a difficult time self-regulating, we need principles to drive our actions. Kumar goes on to share real-life examples of the power inherent in a model that includes principles to drive increased transparency, clarity, and accountability in planning and implementing sustainability activities. Finally, we also review the role of the recent pandemic in shifting development strategies towards the local level and thereby contributing to a more sustainable system. Tune in and enjoy it!
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How Private-Public Partnerships Can Save Cities From Oblivion. Interview with Ognyan Georgiev
<p>Today, we discuss with Ognyan Georgiev, investigative journalist and former urban researcher at MIT, about the implications of and solutions for regional migration around the world, and particularly in Central and Eastern Europe. We uncover the causes behind national and local failure to keep people from moving away and share lessons from a comparison study between the US and European cities. Also, we don't neglect the impact of recent global events such as the COVID-19 pandemic, which brings its own challenges for cities facing emigration threats. People have sudden freedom to choose their workspace, so they can move anywhere. On the other hand, people were forced to come home from their jobs abroad, creating an inflow of human capital. What can governments do further to keep people inside? And should they really? You will learn about all this and more by tuning in the episode. Enjoy &amp; let us know your thoughts!&nbsp;</p>
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Effective Lightning for Individual Well-Being & Sustainability. Interview with Terry John from LifeLight Studio
Join us today, as we discuss with the light consultant, Terry John, about the importance of effective lighting in improving our lives. Light is a key building block of our environments and, therefore, it critically affects our health and well-being, making it an important lifestyle sustainability factor. However, one issue with light is that its effects are subversive: we often don't realize how much it helps in regulating our emotions, controlling our conditions, and keeping our circadian rhythm in check. Terry shares key lessons from his experience, such as the role played by poor office lighting to the sick building syndrome; top ways to design the lightning of our spaces; and many more. Tune in to “get enlightened” and enjoy!
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Saving the Last Rainforests - One Acre at a Time. Interview with Danny Blue from One Million Acres
<p>In today's episode, Danny Blue, the founder of a social enterprise “One Million Acres”, joins us for a thoughtful discussion about the rainforest's central role in maintaining the health of our planet, as well as key actions that are taken to protect this ecosystem and its indigenous communities.</p> <p>Whether we realize it or not right away, we are all connected to the rainforest due to its nurturing role in the environment and, therefore, our lives on this planet.</p> <p>It serves us more than we think of protecting it. Danny sheds light on the work of grassroots and global organizations in the Amazon Rainforest to empower indigenous communities with economic autonomy in order to limit deforestation activities. Making a sustainable impact is not easy and many challenges, such as financial interests, complicate the matter. But building local economic systems sets things in motion for an upcoming positive change.</p> <p>Explore more insights about the rainforest &amp; enjoy the episode!</p> <p>*** OMA/One Million Acres is a conscious lifestyle brand that's committed to the conservation of critically endangered rainforests, some of Earth's most valuable resources. Every item sold funds the protection of an entire acre of endangered rainforest through our Buy One, Save an Acre™ program ***</p>
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How Can Islands Build a Sustainable Future? Interview with James Ellsmoor
Today, together with James Ellsmoor, we shed light on the steps that islands can take to build a sustainable future. Why? Because islands all around the world are faced with endless challenges: climate change affecting weather patterns; poor local environmental practices like deforestation; and an acute economic dependency on tourism, among others. Yet so many people live on islands. James Elsmoor, a rockstar of Island Sustainability, will also share key lessons from his work in connecting islands through virtual communication platforms and bringing renewable energy through solar panels to help islands better mitigate their problems. Tune in to get inspired!
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Biomimicry: Design for Sustainability Inspired by Nature. Interview with Ricardo Contreras Osorio
In this episode, we discuss the concept of biomimicry, design with nature in mind, how biomimicry can help introduce sustainability aspect in basically everything that surrounds us, with Ricardo Contreras Osorio - biologist, environmentalist, the President of an NGO called 400 ARBOLES (zoncuantla.org). Ricardo shared his experince with the biomimicry research group and explained why the biomimicry lessons from Asia are radically different from those from Latin America. Tune in & enjoy the episode!
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Sea Turtle Conservation & Eco-Tourism, with Jimena Gutiérrez Lince
Today with Jimena Lince we talk about how the turtle conservation facility positively impacts the economy, life, and tourism in Tortuguero, Costa Rica; how turtles transitioned from "product" to "service" and help educating people from around the world about the issues of wildlife, biodiversity, oceans, plastic pollution, ecological tourism, sustainability, etc. Please visit conserveturtles.org to learn more about the facility, Sea Turtle Conservancy. The book author mentioned by Jimena is - Stephen Jay Gould. Enjoy the episode!
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Conscious Capitalism: Culture and Leadership with Johanna Lyman, NextGen Orgs
With Johanna Lyman we discover the concept of Conscious Capitalism, what is it, how is it different from just capitalism, examples of companies living and operating in the spirit of conscious capitalism, its main traits/key differences, the future of the economy and market in the post-pandemic and other crises time.
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What is Green Building and its Benefits? Interview with Julia Craighill, Ensight Consulting
Together with Julia Craighill, BREEAM In-Use Assessor in the US, we talk about the "alphabet soup of certifications" (LEED, BREEAM, WELL, Living Building Challenge certification) and try to get the main differences between them; we speak about how architecture and sustainability marry and why focusing on business operations is the key; why staying connected to nature bears many benefits - here we touch on the concept of biophilia; finally, what about our home offices - how to 'cozify' our little home nests to stay sane, energised, and work efficiently. Enjoy the episode & let us know if you have any questions!
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🤘 The podcast turns 1 year old 🤘
Today I am celebrating Sustainability Explored with you! Sharing my backstage processes, why I started it, how my motivation changed with time, where I find guests, why there are no ads, how I am monetizing it, and a lot more! At the end, I answer listeners' questions 🤓 Tune in to celebrate this podcast's 1st birthday! 🎊🤸‍♀️🤩🤹‍♂️
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Sustainable bed sheets with Colin McIntosh, Sheets & Giggles
<p>Sustainable bed sheets made of healthy and eco-friendly eucalyptus lyocell fiber, company's CSR efforts, FSC-certified sourced eucalyptus, the health &amp; planet benefits of sustainably produced bed sheets. No sheet! Check the Sheets &amp; Giggles website here: <a href="https://sheetsgiggles.com/">https://sheetsgiggles.com/</a></p>
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Wellbeing, health, and environmental psychology with Lee Chambers, Essentialise
<p>How to stay sane despite all odds is what we are talking about today. Wellbeing, the sustainability of a home-work-office, mental health, nutrition, strength, and resilience are just a few aspects of what we are talking about today. Enjoy the episode!</p> <p>Download Lee's Latest Book Here!: <a href="https://www.essentialise.co.uk/" target="_blank">https://www.essentialise.co.uk</a>/ebook</p> <p>Lee’s Consultancy: <a href="https://leechambers.org/" target="_blank">https://leechambers.org</a></p> <p>Twitter: @essentialise</p> <p>Facebook/Instagram: @essentialisecoach</p> <p>Linkedin: <a href="https://www.linkedin.com/in/lee-chambers-278a6518a/" target="_blank">https://www.linkedin.com/in/lee-chambers-278a6518a/</a></p> <p>Youtube: <a href="https://www.youtube.com/leechambersessentialise" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/leechambersessentialise</a></p> <p><br></p>
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Sustainable Tourism with Jeff Smith, Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas
What is happening with tourism amidst covid-19 crisis, how will it change in the post-pandemic world, what initiatives did Six Senses introduce to keep the clients and community engaged and interested, what true leadership means for the sustainability of tourism, how to build a high quality long-lasting relationship with a community for everyone's benefit. So, is the future of tourism sustainable? We think YES! Only sustainable and conscious businesses will survive, for greater good. Tune in and learn about the subject with us.
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Sustainable Finance with Lorena Muñoz del Campo
Together with Lorena we discover the fascinating world of environmental finance, figure out where it's best to invest these days, what to look for in a company if you are planning your investments, how to put a price on the environment, how the social component blends in. Overall, it's a great episode - don't miss out!
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Sustainable Flower Industry with John Tabis, The Bouqs
Together with John Tabis, we explore the sustainability of flower industry, John walks us through the process of flowers production and delivery, corporate social responsibility of The Bouqs, innovative technology solutions the flower industry implements already, the challenges of the flower industry today and what it is about to face because of the pandemic.
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How to build a sustainable city: lessons from Singapore, with Estelle Forget
Together with Estelle Forget we are trying to understand what makes a city sustainable and smart, are there any truly sustainable cities in the world, what role does technology has to play in it, how important is governmental long vision and building strong, transparent and long lasting relationships with the community.
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Circular economy challenges and systemic change with Cliona Howie del Rio, Climate-KIC
In this episode with Cliona Howie del Rio, Head of Circular Economy at Climate-KIC, we discuss advantages, disadvantages and challenges of the circular economy, how exactly does Climate-KIC support governments, companies and start-ups on their journey towards sustainability, what does a good low carbon transition strategy consists of, and how the current crisis should highlight the circular economy and alter the economic canvas.
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Sustainable buildings with Tom Abbott
In this episode, we discuss what sustainable and healthy buildings are, why BREEAM and LEED certifications exist, how much an eco-house will cost you in the UK, and how exactly the assessors can tell sustainable buildings from less environmentally-friendly ones.
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Sustainable business models with Anna Itkin
<p>In this episode, we discuss sustainable business management with Anna Itkin, co-founder of the Singapore-based practice The Inceptery. You will learn how sustainable business models are different from the traditional ones, what kind of clients are looking for sustainable solutions, where sustainability strategy starts and ends, how to practice system thinking and what changes to expect in the field of sustainability in the post-corona crisis world.</p>
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The Future of Sustainable Cannabis with Gretchen Schimelpfenig
In this episode we take a look at the cannabis industry from a sustainable angle, exploring the practices and initiatives with Gretchen Schimelpfenig from Resource Innovation Institute. We talk about practices the cannabis industry uses to ensure the sustainability of production, and how it reduces its carbon footprint; we discuss how the industry can demonstrate compliance in the areas of energy efficiency, renewables, electricity demand reduction, and the role Resource Innovation Institute plays in it (check out www.resourceinnovation.org, Instagram @resourceinnovation, and Twitter @RIInstitute )
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WokenUp - a social network for sustainability specialists. Interview with Simon Puleston Jones
Where do sustainability specialists connect? How to maximize your impact and purpose in the sphere of sustainability? This episode will guide you through the 1st social network for sustainability professionals, WokenUp. Check it out: wokenup.com
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The culture of impact and purpose. CSR - how to give back meaningfully, with Giovanna Jagger
Today with Giovanna Jagger we are discussing sustainability, organizational culture of impact and purpose, how to give back to society meaningfully, what to expect in Corporate Social Responsibility after the coronavirus disruption, key components of a good corporate sustainability strategy, and how to measure impact.
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Impact investment and circular economy with Ron Gonen, Closed Loop Partners
Together with Ron Gonen, a co-founder of Closed Loop Partners, a New-York based investment firm, we discuss 1) circular economy - a new economic model focused on profitable and sustainable future; 2) how to measure impact; 3) where to invest in times of climate crisis.
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Urban sustainability with Goh Ter Yang
What qualifies as an eco-city? What kind of professionals form a working group of a the city on its path to sustainability? Example of Singapore: policy, governance, initiatives.
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Your clothes can breathe. Interview with Post Carbon Lab on living, algae-containing, fabrics.
Garments that can turn carbon dioxide into oxygen, using cyanobacteria (algae) integrated in the textile, is in the limelight in this episode. Is it possible to be wearing a stylish piece of clothing and cleaning the air at the same time? Find out the answer in the interview with Dian-Jen Lin, a co-founder of Post Carbon Lab.
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Sustainable fashion: where are we going? Interview with Claudia Szerakowski
Circular fashion - reality or utopia? What a Circular Fashion Consultant does? Sustainable fashion advice for starters, and the future of sustainable fashion industry.
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Green, inclusive, and open economy or why sustainability is not enough. Interview with Ralph Thurm.
What is green, inclusive and open economy? Why "just sustainability" is no longer enough? What does r3.0 platform do and how to engage in their activities? What is 'thrivability" and how does it help to move the world forward?
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ESG: Measuring Non-Financial Risks. Interview with Andrew Gazal
What is ESG? How does ESG connect corporations and financial markets, and what role does stakeholder pressure play in it? What is a sustainable manner of doing business, and why companies need to measure and report on their non-financial risks? All these questions (and more) are unfolded by Andrew Gazal, the Founder of ESG Tech.
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Where film art and sustainability meet. Interview with Joerg Altekruse
Anyone can be an advocate for sustainability and clean environment. Joerg Altekruse delivers his messages through the art of filmmaking, he also mentors, educates and equips students around the globe with film skills to address climate change and close the gap between The Creator and The Decider. A great example of working towards Sustainable Development Goals #4 Education, #13 Climate Action, #17 Partnership for the Goals.
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Amazon rainforest journey
I spent 3 days in the remote areas of the Amazon rainforest, here's what I saw and heard.
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Where the challenge is, there is an opportunity. Interview with Laura Faye Tenenbaum
How to communicate science? What can each of us do to help climate change? How to deal with climate anxiety and when "climate change" became "climate emergency" - these and other questions covered by science communicator, innovator, public speaker and writer Laura Faye Tanenbaum
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Nuclear: an old new solution? Interview with Bret Kugelmass
What is nuclear energy? Can nuclear reverse climate change and suggest a sound solution to net negative carbon? What makes nuclear safe and dangerous at the same time? These and other questions are discussed with Bret Kugelmass, a managing director of Energy Impact Center in the US.
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GRI Sustainability Reporting Framework
On why and how to set up a sustainability report using widely recognised GRI Standard
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Energy Transition and Climate Change_Discussion with energy and sustainability experts
This episode presents a new format for this podcast - 4 sustainability professionals from Germany, the Netherlands, Estonia and Serbia were brought together to discuss challenges, risks and opportunities of the energy transition and climate change. Brought for you by United Europe, an initiative dedicated to the idea of a strong and competitive Europe.
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Every job is a Sustainability job. Discussion with Lincoln Bleveans
How and when the first sustainability jobs appeared? Are there enough sustainability professionals in the workforce now to tackle global challenges, including climate change? A look into the future of sustainability market, and how to make every job a sustainability job?
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Green Office in Academia. Interview with Tim Strasser
The first interview on this podcast(!), where we explore in deep the process of green office model by rootAbility (http://www.greenofficemovement.org/) implementation in the universities across Europe, and even outside of it. How rootAbility turned into SOS https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-a_9ezpHC2rj5oJ2vkvoJwktrkD5wAcQGNRwELeYUWA/edit# . For those interested, a map of existing green offices can be found here: https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1gdfVdF_yPkgIr0v0YwBxbkgKD-M . Overview of the GO projects: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XELWUJaK7rdqBTxjYzZWn5tHcqfkwlPJ/view
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The Future of the Office is Green
Why the sooner you improve your office set up and turn it in to an enjoyable and emotionally-friendly energy- and resources- saving milieu, the better for you and everyone around.
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Sustainable Procurement: Ignoring Will Cost More on the Long Run
Today I am speaking about the basic concept of green procurement, triple bottom line, governmental involvement, top-3 most influential organizations in this sphere, and tips for implementation in the company.
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Climate Reporting: Lost in the Right Direction?
How not to get confused in the variety of different frameworks and standards? What do stakeholders expect from companies? Where a company should start if it reports for the first time?
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Corporate Social Responsibility: where is it going?
What events triggered the re-birth of the CSR globally, key aspects and driving forces for successful implementation in the companies and competitive advantages of having a good and sound CSR initiative in a company.
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Sustainability Reporting - transparency is always appreciated
We will learn the main concept of sustainability reporting, available standards in the field, the reasons for necessity for such a reporting.
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Stakeholders: tips and tricks for successful engagement in a 'green' organization
In this episode we will learn what stakeholder engagement is and how to perform it successfully in the 'green' company, with sustainability in mind.
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Corporate Environmental and Social Policy
Why a company should outline their commitments to sustainability in their Policy or Code of Conduct? What should a good Policy consist of?
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Corporate Sustainability: a new norm?
The concept, key aspects and principles of corporate sustainability, and success stories of those companies that have started their way towards sustainability.
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Why integrate Environmental and Social Management System?
ESMS in the companies: reasons for implementation need, advantages, impact created. Is it worth the trouble? Is it costly to set up and follow? What are the components of the good Environmental and Social Management System? All this and even more you will learn from this episode.
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What is a "green" bank?
In this 1st episode I explore the concept of a green bank and try to answer questions whether it has been efficient in reducing climate change pace, whether any results have been achieved so far, and what's the future the green banks hold for us.
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