Climate 21 is an initiative by SAP to allow our customers to calculate, report, and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. The climate 21 podcast is a weekly podcast that will showcase best practices and thought leadership by SAP, its customers, partners and competitors (if they’re game) in greenhouse gas emissions reductions. I will be interviewing climate change experts, executives from companies rolling out the best climate initiatives, and other stakeholders in the space. Subscribe now to be sure you don’t miss an episode.
The potential of big data and environmental sustainability - a chat with IBM's Jacob Dencik
Data is the new currency we're told (some people call it the new oil, I refuse to use that expression given the negative connotations of being associated with oil!).Given that, I'd be remiss not to have an episode of the podcast dedicated to talking...
Can Indoor Vertical Farming help reduce our emissions? A chat with &ever CSO Mark Korzilius
I'm a big fan of the concept of Indoor Vertical Farming, so when I came across the company &ever I reached out to their CEO, Mark Korzilius and asked him to come on the podcast to tell me more about their operations. &ever is a startup in the vertical farming space with a large operation in Kuwait, some interesting hyperlocal operations in Germany, and a larger plant (sorry, bad pun!) opening in Singapore. I loved that in this interview with Mark, he was very realistic about the advantages of vertical farming - not promising that it will save the world, but rather giving a sober, studied view of its advantages, and the huge advantages they bring. As you can probably tell, I thoroughly enjoyed our conversation. I hope you enjoy listening to it too.
Climate, geopolitics, and supply chain risk - a chat with Jacob Shapiro
So much of what's happening in the climate space revolves around geopolitics that I thought it might be interesting to bring an expert in to talk about that.So, I invited Jacob Shapiro to come on the podcast to talk about these issues. Jacob is the...
BCG's path to net zero - a chat with Michel Frédeau and Daniel Weise
Boston Consulting Group is one of the most prestigious management consulting firms in the world. In September 2020 BCG committed to going Net Zero by 2030, and carbon negative thereafter. And they are committing "$400 million over the next decade to enable BCG teams to drive climate and environmental impact across industries and countries". Then in late January of this year (2021) BCG CEO Rich Lesser wrote a post on the World Economic Forum blog titled "Supply chains can be a climate game-changer. Here's why" Intrigued and wanting to know more, I reached out to Michel Frédeau and Daniel Weise at BCG. Michel is a Managing Director and Senior Partner at BCG and is their Global Leader, Climate & Environment. While Daniel, a Managing Director and Partner is BCG's Global Topic Leader Procurement. We had an excellent wide-ranging conversation covering not just BCG's Net Zero commitments, but also how they help their clients with their carbon commitments. As you can probably tell, I thoroughly enjoyed our conversation. I hope you enjoy listening to it too.
The increasing importance of ESG for organisations - a chat with SAP's Adam Lyons
In the episode of this podcast where I talked to JP Morgan's Head of ESG Debt Capital Markets, Paul O'Connor, Paul mentioned ESG and it's importance. I wanted to dig into this in more detail, especially it's relevance to companies, the reasons for its increasing importance, and why it is suddenly a board level issue. To that end I invited Adam Lyons to come onto the podcast to delve a little deeper into ESG and why organisations need to have this very much top of mind. As you can probably tell, I thoroughly enjoyed our conversation. I hope you enjoy listening to it too.
Electric powerboat racing? A chat with E1 Series CEO Rodi Basso
On this week's episode of the Climate 21 podcast we have a slight change of direction - away from the corporate world, and into the world of sport. Specifically powerboat racing. Not very sustainable, right? Well, that depends... The new E1 Series is the first ever world electric powerboat series - yes, electric powerboats. In the same way that Formula 1 car racing brought about many advancements in modern cars, the E1 Series intends to modernise the marine world and push the envelope on technological advancements there. To learn more about this fascinating space, I invited E1 Series founder and CEO Rodi Basso to join me on the podcast to talk about the thinking behind, and the aims of the E1 Series. As you can probably tell, I thoroughly enjoyed our conversation. I hope you enjoy listening to it too.
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A fantastic podcast with a wide range of expert guests discussing the important issues of climate impact, technology solutions, and developments towards a net zero economy cross sectors. A superb host, thank you for bringing Climate21 to us listeners. - Eva Morales