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The Senter Point Episode 2
Episode Title: “Food and Fuel: The Growing Debate on Sustainable Food Systems Transformations” Episode Guest: Alison Taylor, Chief Sustainability Officer, Archer Daniels Midland Synopsis: On the second episode of The Senter Point, Amy Senter speaks with Alison Taylor, Chief Sustainability Officer at Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) about the food and energy debate. The “food vs. fuel” debate presents […]
The Senter Point
On The Senter Point Podcast, Amy Senter, Director at the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) interviews leading voices across the United States, with each conversation representing a new perspective on the impact of private-sector innovations related to climate, nature and inequality. The Senter Point offers a critical conversation on the sustainability challenges that surround food and nature and […]
Transformative Leadership in Business
In this month’s podcast, Bill interviews Jon Moore, CEO of Bloomberg New Energy Finance. Bill discusses energy security and what’s playing out in today’s global markets, with higher fuel prices and scarcity of demand intensifying the need for an energy transition. Yet, as Jon explains, the world is not even close to the level of investment needed to aid this transition.
Tackling child labor A podcast hosted by WBCSD and UNICEF
In this podcast we are discussing the critical role of responsible business conduct in the fight against child labor. Highlighting the socioeconomic consequences of COVID-19 on child labor, it is centered around commitments that companies have made throughout the past year to tackle the issue as well as the various barriers to progress. The podcast also highlights the importance for businesses to focus on prevention as part of meaningful and collaborative approaches that tackle root causes.
Circular Views – Episode VI – Circular buildings
For the sixth episode, we invited members of the Circular Built Environment workstream to discuss the economic, environmental and social value of building circular. Our guest speakers from Skanska and Stora Enso share their respective experiences in this area and the drivers for their companies to engage in the circular building journey.
Circular Views Episode V: Podcast on circular policy
For the fifth episode, we invited members of the Circular Policy workstream to discuss why it is so crucial that policymakers build an enabling policy environment for companies to accelerate their circular transition. Our guest speakers from BLG and Holcim share key policy priorities and provide practical examples of the types of policies that would make a difference in the circular economy.