On a mission to end waste
The Future of Cities: Michael Allegretti and Shonte Eldridge
Host Amy Koonin Taylor hands over the reins of the show to Michael Allegretti, Rubicon’s Chief Strategy Officer, as he interviews Shonte Eldridge, Amazon Web Service’s former Executive Government Advisor. Engaging because of their rapport, inspiring because of their shared experiences and knowledge, and timely because of the lasting effects of the COVID-19 pandemic; this episode is a unique and entertaining look into the future of cities and government!
Chow Down: EZ-CHOW's Founder Mo Sloan
Kentucky startup EZ-Chow is changing the Louisville landscape with their flexible, innovative, "EZ" to use technology. The tech is perfect for restaurants looking to integrate online ordering with point-of-sale systems and digital marketing. Host Amy Koonin Taylor sits down with EZ-Chow founder and Kentucky native Mo Sloan to reflect on his unique entrepreneurial journey.
Project Clear Constellation: Rubicon's CSO Michael Allegretti
Rubicon's Project Clear Constellation is a competition that is out of this world! Colleges and universities across the United States are invited to submit design concepts for solutions to help clean up space debris. Our panel of experts will judge submissions, and the winning entry will be awarded a cash prize of $100,000. Host Amy Koonin Taylor is joined by Michael Allegretti, Rubicon's CSO, to break down all the contest details and encourage entries. We are calling on the next generation of big thinkers to help solve today's biggest problems!
Trick or Trash: g2 Revolution's Tonya Martin
Rooted in a passion for rare material recycling, Rubicon and g2 Revolution have teamed up for innovative initiatives this fall. Host Amy Koonin Taylor talks with g2 Revolution's Tonya Martin about their passionate partnership. They launched the RUBICONMarketplace, where businesses and residents can recycle materials that are not generally accepted in curbside or commercial recycling programs. In addition to the RUBICONMarketplace platform, g2 is a marquee partner for Trick or Trash; a fun and educational program designed to help reduce the waste that accumulates every year around Halloween.
He's a Funghi: Eat The Change Co-Founder Seth Goldman
Upcycling blemished mushrooms into a meaty treat, the brains behind Eat The Change are on a mission to turn plant-based palates into the norm. Host Amy Koonin Taylor is joined by Seth Goldman, an eco-entrepreneur with a rockstar resume to talk about his latest venture, Eat The Change. Goldman founded Honest Tea, co-founded PLNT Burger, and is chair of the board of Beyond Meat. Now he's co-founded Eat The Change, a sustainable snack line of mushroom jerky with Top Chef alum Spike Mendelsohn.
Perfectly Imperfect: Imperfect Food's Head of Sustainability Maddy Rotman
Formally Imperfect Produce, Imperfect Foods has been one of the marquee brands making some serious changes in the food waste space. Imperfect Foods has an incredible goal of rescuing one billion pounds of food waste over the next nine years in addition to becoming a net-zero carbon operation. Host Amy Koonin Taylor is joined by Head of Sustainability Maddy Rotman to talk all about the evolution of the blemished produce subscription brand and how they continue to grow and evolve with our planet.
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