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Future Blue - making green waves

Future Blue - making green waves

By Future Blue - making green waves
Hosted by Ceri Hurford-Jones and Alexis Eyre, Future Blue explores all things sustainability in the global marine industry. Combining expert opinions with industry examples, each episode explores a different area. The aim is to inspire change from shop floor to boardroom and illustrate what is both possible and the opportunities that arise. Despite focusing on the marine industry, these podcasts are an easy listen for anyone wanting to learn more about sustainability.

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E11: Watch out for technology disruptions
Jamie Arbib, from Rethink X will blow your mind with the technology disruptions society could be seeing in the next decade. Find out how disruptions work and why businesses should be 150% ready for what is to come.  For links to resources mentioned in the podcast or for further updates, follow us on LinkedIn or email us with any feedback or future content suggestions to alexis@greeneyre.com Directed by Alexis Eyre. Produced by Ceri Hurford-Jones.
31:32
October 27, 2020
E10: What is B Corp?
The Future Blue team talk to Adam Garfunkel, Impact Advisors and Tom Kay, Finisterre. They explore what 'B Corp' is, why it's the best sustainability certification out there and the endless benefits it will bring your company.  For links to resources mentioned in the podcast or for further updates, follow us on LinkedIn or email us with any feedback or future content suggestions to alexis@greeneyre.com Directed by Alexis Eyre. Produced by Ceri Hurford-Jones.
38:16
October 27, 2020
E9: What is circular design?
Connor Hill, a circular design expert and Paul Dyer, Marlow Ropes look into how businesses can look to design things differently in order to prevent products ending up in landfill but how has this already been achieved in the marine industry? For links to resources mentioned in the podcast or for further updates, follow us on LinkedIn or email us with any feedback or future content suggestions to alexis@greeneyre.com Directed by Alexis Eyre. Produced by Ceri Hurford-Jones.
43:27
October 27, 2020
E8: What is gender equality?
Dee Caffari MBE takes to the stage to talk about all things gender equality. How businesses can become much more profitable if all genders are at the table and what can be done to improve the ratio in the marine industry. For links to resources mentioned in the podcast or for further updates, follow us on LinkedIn or email us with any feedback or future content suggestions to alexis@greeneyre.com Directed by Alexis Eyre. Produced by Ceri Hurford-Jones.
23:39
October 27, 2020
E7: Why can partnerships be beneficial?
Nathalie Fée, City to Sea and Martin Bjurmalm, Bjurtech Powerboats discuss the power of partnerships, what can be achieved working together and how they are key for our future success For links to resources mentioned in the podcast or for further updates, follow us on LinkedIn or email us with any feedback or future content suggestions to alexis@greeneyre.com Directed by Alexis Eyre. Produced by Ceri Hurford-Jones.
38:34
October 27, 2020
E6: Why do companies need purpose?
Vittorio Cerruli, from Purpose House, Anne-Cecile Turner, representing The Ocean Race and Jill Savery, from 11th Hour Racing discuss what purpose means for a company, what benefits and opportunities purpose brings and how one can be incorporated using the Ocean Race as a live example. For links to resources mentioned in the podcast or for further updates, follow us on LinkedIn or email us with any feedback or future content suggestions to alexis@greeneyre.com Directed by Alexis Eyre. Produced by Ceri Hurford-Jones.
40:08
October 27, 2020
E5: What is social justice?
Peter Frankental, from Amnesty International lays down what social justice is, how businesses can ensure the highest standards are met and tips on what to look out for if you think things aren't quite right. For links to resources mentioned in the podcast or for further updates, follow us on LinkedIn or email us with any feedback or future content suggestions to alexis@greeneyre.com Directed by Alexis Eyre. Produced by Ceri Hurford-Jones.
28:46
October 27, 2020
E4: Why is biodiversity important?
Cath Tayleur, Cambridge Institute of Sustainability Leadership, Celine Gamble, ZSL and James Scott-Anderson, from British Marine elaborate on how every single business out there is dependent on biodiversity. They give tips into how businesses can incorporate biodiversity into their strategies and how the Wild Oyster Project is proving what is possible when businesses take the plunge. For links to resources mentioned in the podcast or for further updates, follow us on LinkedIn or email us with any feedback or future content suggestions to alexis@greeneyre.com Directed by Alexis Eyre. Produced by Ceri Hurford-Jones.
42:56
October 27, 2020
E3: What is net zero carbon?
Judi Havelock, Zeroby30 lead for The Planet Mark and Dr Craig Jones, Carbon Expert lay down the facts about carbon emissions, how you can carry out a life cycle assessment on your products and tips on what every company should do in order to hit 50% emissions cut by 2030. For links to resources mentioned in the podcast or for further updates, follow us on LinkedIn or email us with any feedback or future content suggestions to alexis@greeneyre.com Directed by Alexis Eyre. Produced by Ceri Hurford-Jones.
37:23
October 27, 2020
E2: Getting to the bottom of circular economy
Arthur Parry, a circular economy consultant and Eleanor Briggs, Arksen talk all things circular economy. What is it? Why it is crucial for our future and how circular economy is already being applied in the marine industry.  For links to resources mentioned in the podcast or for further updates, follow us on LinkedIn or email us with any feedback or future content suggestions to alexis@greeneyre.com Directed by Alexis Eyre. Produced by Ceri Hurford-Jones.
48:57
October 27, 2020
E1: What is sustainability?
Mike Barry, Founder of Plan A at Marks and Spencer and sustainability legend takes to the stage to explain what sustainability is, how it can be incorporated into business and why it is no longer just an option.  For links to resources mentioned in the podcast or for further updates, follow us on LinkedIn or email us with any feedback or future content suggestions to alexis@greeneyre.com Produced by Ceri Hurford-Jones. Directed by Alexis Eyre.
27:28
October 26, 2020