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This week we're talking to Ben Stuart. He's the Head of Growth and Transformation and Chief Marketing Officer for Bank of the West. To learn more about the Bank of the West and the 1% for the Planet account, visit www.bankofthewest.com/1percent
Duncan Meisel is the Campaign Director for Clean Creatives, a project for PR, advertising, and creatives from around the country who are working to ensure a safe climate for future generations. To learn more about Duncan and Clean Creatives, he
Jaime Nack is the president of Three Squares, Inc., an award-winning sustainability consulting firm that works across the public and private spectrum to develop and implement sustainability plans for governments, corporations, investors, indust
In this episode, we're talking with Heather Clancy, the Editorial Director for GreenBiz. She's an award-winning journalist who writes about transformative technology and climate tech. As editorial director for GreenBiz.com, she chronicles the r
In this episode, we're talking to Nick Aster, the Director of Marketing, North America for South Pole - a company that focuses on providing sustainability solutions for businesses around the world.  To learn more about South Pole, head to their
In this episode, we're talking to Ariel Aurora, the human behind the Instagram account @gogreensavegreen. Ariel's an environmental educator who uses a combination of memes, educational graphics, and news articles that relate to the climate cris
In this episode, we're talking to Patrick Bellew, the founder and principal at Atelier Ten, an environmental design consultancy where he spent more than 30 years contributing to the design and development of sustainable buildings and systems ar
In our last episode of 2020, we're talking to Josh Campbell, the CEO of hi! Human Improvement, a company that's introduced the alternative to alternative proteins reimagined from the ground up with a new sustainable superfood: crickets!To learn
In this episode, we're talking to Rachel Kois, the founder & CEO of SimpleSwitch.org, an online marketplace for ethical and impactful shopping. They work to get consumers what they need and want but also make sure that purchases go further by s
In this episode, we talk to Dr. Britt Wray, a science storyteller, author, and researcher, who works on the social and ethical entanglements of science and technology, with a focus on the planetary health crisis — the intersection of the health
In this episode, we talk to Kate Williams, the CEO of 1% For The Planet, an international organization where members contribute at least one percent of their annual sales to environmental causes in an effort to build, support, and activate an a
Host Andrew Rurik talks to the innovators, thought leaders, and experts in philanthropy, conservation, and sustainability innovation and tech about what they're working on, what they think the biggest challenges we're facing are, and what they'
In this episode, we talk to Michelle Regalado Deatrick, the Chair of the DNC Council on the Environment and Climate Crisis, a permanent entity of the DNC that is pushing the Democratic Party to take bold and ambitious action on the climate cris
In this episode, we talk to Casey Jefson, the Director of Sales, Marketing, and Sustainability for Polycore, a company that's working to eliminate solvent-based coatings throughout the fabrics and textiles industry and replace them with sustain
*Bonus episode, with an exciting announcement at the end!*In this episode, we talk to Caitlin Drown, the Brand Engagement Manager for Climate Neutral, an independent non-profit organization with a mission to decrease global carbon emissions by
In this episode, we talk to Georgie Smith, the founder of A Sense Of Home, a non-profit working to prevent homelessness by creating first-ever homes for youth aging out of foster care with donated furniture and home goods.To learn more about A
In this episode, we talk to Christopher J. Gervais, FRGS, the founder of the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival, an international organization that exists to inform, engage and inspire audiences about the need for, and importance of, the prote
In this episode, we talk to Filip Bajovic, the founder and CEO of Cacotec. After spending nearly three decades running a clothing label business in New York, his new platform aims to revolutionize the garments and textiles industry.To learn mor
In this episode, we talk to Leon Kaye, the executive editor of Triple Pundit, and a writer who has been covering business sustainability for over a decade.Connect with Leon on Twitter, @leonkaye, or on Instagram, @greengopost---The Social Shift
Host Andrew Rurik talks to the innovators, thought leaders, and experts in philanthropy, conservation, and sustainability innovation and tech about what they're working on, what they think the biggest challenges we're facing are, and what they'
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