Episode 305: Waste not this trash, rethinking techniques

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This week’s run time is 50:42.

WEEK IN REVIEW (3:45)
FEATURES
Extra highlights from GreenBiz 22 (14:55)

Featured segments with:

  • Muneera Carr, government vice chairman and chief accounting officer, Wells Fargo
  • Amy Luers, international lead, sustainability science, Microsoft
  • Ellis Jones, vice chairman and chief sustainability officer, Goodyear

For extra GreenBiz 22 protection, go to this hyperlink

Reimagining the techniques that rule our world (22:55)

“It is a second in time stuffed with unbelievable alternative and potential but in addition fraught with threat,” muses Discussion board for the Future CEO Sally Uren on this interview about techniques change from GreenBiz 22.

From waste to supplies (33:55)

UBQ Supplies is an Israeli startup that converts family rubbish into thermoplastic pellets that may substitute virgin supplies. Tune in for an interview with Jack Bigio, co-founder and co-CEO the corporate. You may as well take a look at senior author CJ Clouse’s article. 

*Music on this episode by Lee Rosevere: “And So Then,” “Considering It Over,” “Considerate,” “Quizitive” and “Let That Sink In.”

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