18 episodes

SDGs: The Rising Tide is a new podcast series from GRI which will provide expert insights on business engagement in the SDGs. Hear some of the most prominent sustainability experts from both private and public sectors share their views and experiences on reporting on the SDGs and why it is crucial to reaching their sustainability goals. A new episode, focusing on each of the 17 SDGs in turn, will publish every two weeks.

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SDGs: The Rising Tide is a new podcast series from GRI which will provide expert insights on business engagement in the SDGs. Hear some of the most prominent sustainability experts from both private and public sectors share their views and experiences on reporting on the SDGs and why it is crucial to reaching their sustainability goals. A new episode, focusing on each of the 17 SDGs in turn, will publish every two weeks.

    EP. 17: Partnership for the Goals

    EP. 17: Partnership for the Goals

    We’ve all heard the saying that “the whole is more - or greater - than the sum of its parts”. In
    this episode, Felix Dodds, Sustainable Development consultant credited for his proposal to
    introduce the Stakeholder Dialogues at the UN General Assembly back in 1996, and
    Charlotte Kirby, ​​Vice President of Strategic Relations at SalesForce, discuss why and how
    partnerships are the best means for achieving the SDGs.

    • 18 min
    EP. 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

    EP. 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

    What should be addressed in order to achieve peace, justice, and strong institutions?

    In this episode, Michelle Breslauer, Governance and Peace Senior Manager at the UN Global
    Compact, discusses how corporate leadership is moving from pure compliance to a more
    ethics-driven practice, by helping ensure that businesses incorporate transparency to all
    aspects of their operations, in order to protect and promote the values of societies and
    communities.

    • 15 min
    EP. 15: Life on Land

    EP. 15: Life on Land

    We depend on terrestrial ecosystems as much as we depend on air to live. In this episode,
    Elim Sritaba, Chief Sustainability Officer at Asia Pulp & Paper, discusses the importance of reporting. His experience and insights are accompanied with those of Elodie Chene, GRI’s
    Sustainability Standards Manager.

    • 12 min
    EP. 14: Life Below Water

    EP. 14: Life Below Water

    The world’s oceans are climate regulators, and their health is ultimately connected to that of
    our own. Kate Bonzon, the Oceans Global Initiatives’ Vice President at the Environmental
    Defense Fund, and Lene Serpa, Head of Maersk’s Corporate Sustainability and ESG,
    advocate for new strategies that could bring our oceans back into good health.

    • 15 min
    EP. 13: Climate Action

    EP. 13: Climate Action

    What is needed to reverse the spill of 11 million gallons of oil off Alaska coast?

    The accident took place about thirty years ago and has led to the birth of Ceres, of which
    Mindy Lubber is CEO and President. As a well-known global thought leader on climate
    change, she has inspired capital market leaders and corporate boards to factor the ESG
    practices into their overall strategies.

    Talking about strategic planning with Mindy also connects to large companies; initiatives,
    such as those of the ENEL Group. We talked to the Group’s Head of Planning, Sustainability
    and Human Rights Performance Management, Guilia Guenuardi.

    • 17 min
    EP. 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

    EP. 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

    This episode explores how sustainable practices have evolved over time and the current
    states of affairs with Chris Coulter, CEO at GlobeScan, and Michael Kuhndt, Executive
    Director at CSCP.

    • 14 min

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