A podcast on climate change and the climate emergency with a particular focus on tech's role and responsibility.
S02 EP09: Romain Diaz, Founder and CEO of Satgana
“All businesses should have a triple bottom line: Financial, Social, Environmental"
Satgana's aim is to cultivate and grow businesses that do exactly this to help meet the United Nation's development goals.
S02 EP08: Astrid Scholz, Co-Founder of Zebras Unite
“Zebras fix what unicorns break” — and climate is definitely one thing many unicorns have not cared about much (or actively harmed).
Listen to Astrid Scholz explain how Zebras Unite came about and why these kinds of companies are improving our world.
S02 EP07: Rebecca Burgess, CEO of City to Sea
Do you try to limit your consumption of #singleuseplastics? Did you know that #marketingcampaigns drive impact and change around #singleuseplastic consumer decisions and business offerings? This week’s episode covers all of these issues and more.
S02 EP06: James Mayes, CEO of Mind The Product
“Fundamentally people like to solve problems that they care about” — James Mayes, Co-Founder and CEO of Mind The Product.
Are you a strategic problem solver? Want to tackle issues you’re passionate about? Listen to this week’s episode to hear James’s advice on how to think about solving problems like #climatechange, joining a #community of like-minded individuals, and #greenpractices we can implement in our businesses.
S02 EP05: Julian Harris, Advisor at Almond.org
“When commercial incentives align with green incentives, it’s going to naturally play out” — Julian Harris, Advisor at Almond.org.
S02 EP04: Tim Frick, CEO of Mightybytes
"We pursue profit as any other company does, it’s what we do with that profit that makes us different” – Listen to Tim Frick of Mightybytes discuss climate, profit, and B Corporations.