Finding prosperity within the limits of the planet is at once a challenge we cannot shirk and an opportunity we cannot miss. Join our host and President of The Freshwater Trust, Joe Whitworth, as he tackles the big issues facing the economy and environment in brand new ways. Joe talks with leading thinkers, explorers, investors and global industry leaders to discuss their views on issues at the intersection of finance, politics, technology and the environment.
Podcast: Jay Famiglietti, senior water scientist for NASA
It would not be an exaggeration to say you’re about to hear from
Podcast: Davida Herzl, founder of Aclima
You’ve likely heard me say, “You can’t manage what you can’t measure.” It’s
Podcast: Frances B. Ashforth, artist & conservationist
Frances B. Ashforth’s artist statement ends like this: Perhaps I am simply committing
Podcast: Nick Wobbrock, cofounder of Blue Forest Conservation
Follow the water coming out of your faucet to its source, and you’ll
Podcast: Laurel Firestone
The health of water is tied to the health of people. No one
Podcast: Dr. Juliet Christian Smith
Climate change pulls no punches. Not with the economy, not with the health
Part of the Conversation
Great speakers, great questions, great conversation. The Freshwater Trust is talking about some of the best ideas out there, that are currently in motion, and are all centralized around improving our freshwater quality and quantity. Some of these concepts have gone mainstream and some of them haven't... Yet! If you want to be on the leading edge of some of the best (and outside of the box) ideas in conservation, this is definitely worth a listen!
Listen to Joe talk to George Hawkins
Episode 11 interview with George Hawkins of DC Water is really interesting. Hawkins' management of DC's drinking water and wastewater utilities is exceptional ---research, environmental innovation, financial efficiency, and clear communication.
Great talk w Dave Chen Joe! Finding market based solutions to our environmental problems is the key to moving at "pace and scale". There is a lot to do indeed but with guys like Dave and Equilibrium Capital AND the Freshwater Trust we will get there. Thanks