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Podcast by Raise Green

    At the Intersection of Art, Advocacy, and Environmental Racism feat. Lyla June

    At the Intersection of Art, Advocacy, and Environmental Racism feat. Lyla June

    Lyla June is an Indigenous musician, scholar and community organizer of Diné (Navajo), Tsétsêhéstâhese (Cheyenne) and European lineages. She blends studies in Human Ecology at Stanford, graduate work in Indigenous Pedagogy, and the traditional worldview she grew up with to inform her music, perspectives and solutions. Her current doctoral research focuses on Indigenous #foodsystems revitalization. This week, she joins host Matt Moroney on the Raise Green podcast to discuss indigenous forms of #sustainability, the role of #art in #socialchange, and more.

    • 34 min
    Transforming Commercial Solar with Inclusive Finance feat. Shingi Samuzdi of Lumen Energy

    Transforming Commercial Solar with Inclusive Finance feat. Shingi Samuzdi of Lumen Energy

    Shingi Samuzdi is joining our host Franz Hochstrasser this week for a conversation about energy efficiency, infrastructure improvements, and the need to simplify and accelerate the transition to commercial solar.

    • 19 min
    Lending for Energy Efficiency Improvements with Peter Krajsa and Matthew Brown

    Lending for Energy Efficiency Improvements with Peter Krajsa and Matthew Brown

    Raise Green Podcast Episode #11: "Lending for Energy Efficiency Improvements" features NEIF co-founders Peter Krajsa and Matthew Brown discussing their strategy in answering the question "how do we help make energy efficiency truly affordable for a home or business owner?"

    • 12 min
    Deployable Solar, Microgrids, and Energy Resilience feat. Chaz Peling with SolSolutions

    Deployable Solar, Microgrids, and Energy Resilience feat. Chaz Peling with SolSolutions

    Solar systems provide a myriad of benefits to their owners: cheap and accessible energy, independence from common utilities, and a decarbonized source of power. Chaz Peling, CEO SolSolutions, has been constructing solar microgrids for nearly 40 years. His company is now one of California’s largest providers of rapidly-deployable solar systems. As climate impacts and disasters threaten the power grid, the need for local resilient energy systems becomes increasingly clear.

    In this podcast episode, Chaz joins Matt Moroney in conversation about the growing role of solar and its many benefits.

    • 10 min
    Base Load Renewables, Sustainable Design, and Circular Economy with Rick Sellers

    Base Load Renewables, Sustainable Design, and Circular Economy with Rick Sellers

    Raise Green Podcast Episode #9: “Base Load Renewables, Sustainable Design, and Circular Economy” with Rick Sellers, Manager of Circular Fuels, LLC, features a discussion of the impact potential for circular economic designs and the power of base load renewable energy plants.

    • 14 min
    Ending Water Poverty in the Developing World

    Ending Water Poverty in the Developing World

    Raise Green Podcast Episode #8, "Ending Water Poverty in the Developing World" is an in-depth discussion on clean water scarcity in developing countries with Ola Filter CEO Elizabeth Clandos, in which she highlights the necessity for and significance of accessible and affordable clean water solutions, such as the Ola Filter.

    • 11 min

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