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Radical Reinvention shares conversations with the Zero100 team and industry experts about current supply chain challenges, and solutions to accelerate the Zero100 mission: Zero Percent Carbon, 100% Digital supply chains.

Radical Reinvention: Modernizing Global Supply Chains Zero100

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Radical Reinvention shares conversations with the Zero100 team and industry experts about current supply chain challenges, and solutions to accelerate the Zero100 mission: Zero Percent Carbon, 100% Digital supply chains.

    Amidst looming energy and climate crises, what are the keys to decarbonizing supply chains?

    Amidst looming energy and climate crises, what are the keys to decarbonizing supply chains?

    The energy that powers global supply chains is also the biggest source of carbon emissions on our planet. But what exactly does that mean? In today’s episode Deborah works to demystify the relationship between energy and carbon in supply chains with Sandra MacQuillan, chief supply chain officer at Mondelez International, Dr. Julio Friedmann, chief scientist at Carbon Direct, and Nalin Agarwal, co-founder of Climate Collective. Research manager Shelby Newsome also joins Deborah to share how digital threads could help decarbonize supply chains along with a few case studies of companies currently using them.   
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    Sandra MacQuillan Mondelēz International Dr. Julio Friedmann Carbon Direct  Nalin Agarwal Climate Collective Building resilient supply chains for the European energy transition Apple calls on global supply chain to decarbonize by 2030 'Clean Energy Charging' is coming to iPhones this year The wasted potential of garbage dumps Africa's access to universal electricity Zara party dresses made from CO2 AIR Vodka Aether Diamonds Microsoft will be carbon negative by 2030 Trimble Back to Source: Defining and Implementing Digital Threads Jaguar Land Rover x...

    • 38 min
    Can transformative "weird science" save supply chains?

    Can transformative "weird science" save supply chains?

    Supply chains need to be transformed, not just optimized, to survive the climate crisis. In this episode, Deborah explores the “weird science” behind cutting-edge concepts with Tom Van Aken, CEO of Avantium, a plant-based plastics manufacturer, Dr. Anthony Atala, Director of the Wake Forest Institute of Regenerative Medicine and a bioengineering pioneer, Eben Bayer, CEO of Ecovative, a company that grows mushrooms as an alternative materials source, Tyler Cole, an electrofuels expert and the host of the Net-Zero Carbon podcast, and Zero100 research science director Colin Gilbert. Could the innovations we’re exploring today completely change how supply chains source materials, manufacture goods, and ship products?
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    SynBio Radically Reinvents Supply Chain  Avantium Tom Van Aken Avantium Holds First Piling Ceremony for its FDCA Flagship Plant Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine Dr. Anthony Atala Growing new organs Ecovative Eben Bayer Premium Leather Producer ECCO Leather Partners With Ecovative to Pursue New Mycelium Materials Net-Zero Carbon podcast Tyler Cole Freight Waves: The Nerve Center of the Global Supply Chain Developing Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) The Paris Agreement Ambition gap a href="https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0090305/" rel="noopener...

    • 40 min
    What do today's labor shortages mean for tomorrow's automation?

    What do today's labor shortages mean for tomorrow's automation?

    In episode 1, host Kevin O’Marah tackles the ongoing labor shortages that threaten the health of the global supply chain. We first discuss minimum wage policies with Saru Jayaraman, UC Berkeley professor and President of One Fair Wage. We then dive into a data-driven analysis of the US labor market with Colin Gilbert and Eddie Toledo Jr from the Zero100 research team. And finally, we explore a unique employer in action with Jasmine Donovan, President of Dick’s Drive-In.

    • 40 min

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