Week in Assessment
Tales mentioned this week (7:35).
What Joe Biden might do to domesticate carbon removing innovation (16:35)
Nonprofit Carbon180 has loads of concepts for the way the Division of Power and the Division of Agriculture can collaborate to domesticate new financial alternatives centered on carbon removing. Co-founder and managing director Giana Amador suggests high priorities.
How monetary coverage might cost up clear vitality (29:00)
With out Congressional management, President-elect Joe Biden will discover it robust to go bold local weather motion, however he can do a lot by aligning monetary insurance policies to handle dangers related to climate-fueling actions. GreenBiz Senior Power Analyst Sarah Golden presents particulars.
Biodiversity in style (37:35)
Liesel Truscott, director of nonprofit Textile Alternate, and Helen Crowley, a Kering sourcing govt serving as an advisor at Conversational Worldwide, focus on a brand new software to assist the style and textile trade perceive and measure impacts and dependencies on nature in supplies sourcing — and make modifications to raised assist biodiversity.
Inclusive environmentalism (47:37)
Intersectional Environmentalist, a corporation looking for to amplify underrepresented, various voices within the environmental motion, is teaming with tea firm TAZO on a brand new internship program. Co-founder Sabs Katz addresses why this concern deserves extra consideration from firms. Learn the entire interview.
*Music on this episode by Lee Rosevere: “Curiosity,” “Figuring out the Reality,” “And So Then,” “Pondering It Over,” “I am Going for a Espresso,” “Introducing the Pre-roll” and “This is the Factor
*This episode was sponsored by Salesforce and Shell
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