Health Equity Issues are Environmental Issues
In this episode of Raising Your Antenna, we host Chris Kline, Natalie Egnot and Seth Yoskowitz of Cardno to discuss how the company is working with its clients to address all three ESG categories.
In this episode, we host Joel Makower, Chairman and Co-Founder of GreenBiz Group. Joel is privy to the discussions, debates, policies and business outcomes that are driving our clean energy economy.
In this episode, Keith chats with Benjamin Birnbaum, partner at Keyframe and co-founder of TeraWatt Infrastructure. Ben is consumed with the energy transition technologies that we don’t see, but are critical to fighting global warming and climate change.
In this episode, we host Rudy Garza and Rick Luna, Chief Customer Engagement Officer and Director of Technology & Product Innovation at CPS Energy, respectively. Rudy and Rick are two utility executives who are clearly thinking deeply about the future of utilities and customer-centric programming.
Today’s guest is Siobhan Clarke, Operating Partner of Launchpad — a bp scaling engine accelerating the growth of digitally-led businesses that re-imagine energy. As Operating Partner, Siobhan is helping bp reinvent its company and lead from the front on building a clean energy future.
On today's episode, Adam Bergman, Managing Director of EcoTech Capital, and Andrew Rose, Executive Director of Innovation, Strategy and Business Development at MidAtlantic Farm Credit, touch on topics as diverse as Faux Shrimp, food waste and landfills, cyber Agtech, Burger King and ESG.
In this episode, Chante Harris and I address a topic that is all too often overlooked and misunderstood. The issue is public and private investment in infrastructure and innovation that may not yield short term impact and profits but are key to the future of our cities and quality of life.
Today's guest is, unfortunately, an endangered species, or at least the political equivalent of one! She is truly bipartisan, measured and nuanced in her opinions, and is full of the type of conviction that is balanced with intellectual humility.
When we think about sustainable finance, we tend to focus on the capital needs for renewable energy products, green bonds, and carbon trading and credits. While these are all key components of sustainable finance, they do not begin to tell the full sustainable finance story.
Today's guest is someone who has been a sustainability thought leader from multiple vantage points - as a journalist, NGO board member and advocate, climate change summit delegate and sustainable finance investor. Sasja Beslik, in his role as Managing Director and Head of Sustainable Finance at J. S