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?
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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?
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
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.
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.
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.
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.