The Future of Sustainability & ESG – Joan on “Doing Sustainability” Podcast With Gary Baker

“Corporate America has a very important role to play in this transition. They have the resources, they have the talent, and they are being nudged by their customers, their employees, even their suppliers, their investors, and obviously regulators to do this work. They know it’s the right thing to do…Just as a quick thing to… Continue reading The Future of Sustainability & ESG – Joan on “Doing Sustainability” Podcast With Gary Baker

The Power Of Buildings – Katie McGinty, Johnson Controls Chief Sustainability Officer

“The march that we have seen in businesses taking on climate commitments has been one of those forcing functions to bring the data related to buildings front and center (because buildings account for 40% of greenhouse gas emissions) ….There is a whole heck of a lot of inefficiency to cut out of those buildings. And… Continue reading The Power Of Buildings – Katie McGinty, Johnson Controls Chief Sustainability Officer

Mobilize, Measure, Manage ESG – Evelyne Saelens, UL Solutions ESG Advisory Lead

“These climate events, they’re impacting our everyday lives. They’re making the world unsafe…Sometimes it might feel that it’s hard to get to solid, tangible information. It’s hard to know that what you’re doing is meaningful, that it really has an impact. So the, what made it extremely interesting at being able to develop these ESG… Continue reading Mobilize, Measure, Manage ESG – Evelyne Saelens, UL Solutions ESG Advisory Lead

Career Advice Collage Time! Powerful Insights From 5 Extraordinary Women Changemakers in 2023

“Really think about why are you doing what you’re doing, what motivates you?…(and) be extremely opportunistic and don’t be afraid to take risks….(M)ost of my opportunities that I’ve had have come from me putting my hand up, taking a chance, doing something that feels scary and terrifying, but that is aligned to my core goal… Continue reading Career Advice Collage Time! Powerful Insights From 5 Extraordinary Women Changemakers in 2023

Climate Philanthropy – Heather Grady, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors

“Philanthropy generally, we consider, contributing private money for public good or community good. And climate philanthropy is simply, when we are making those private contributions in ways that are going to address the climate crisis that our country and that the world is facing today. I would expand that slightly by saying that one of… Continue reading Climate Philanthropy – Heather Grady, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors

Career Advice From 5 Extraordinary ‘Electric Ladies’ Of 2023 – By Listener Demand!

“For me, the key to my career was being clear on what my mission is….I feel so enormously fortunate that I found a president to be able to work for who shares that goal….So I think the lesson in that is either be the leader that you want to believe in, or find that leader… Continue reading Career Advice From 5 Extraordinary ‘Electric Ladies’ Of 2023 – By Listener Demand!

The Tipping Point Business Is At Now – Isabelle Grosmaitre, Goodness & Co  (from France)

 “We are at a tipping point when businesses need to reinvent themselves for a better future. In fact, I believe that they need to reinvent the model and even demonstrate the contribution to society. I believe. in fact, that only companies with a positive impact will thrive. Why? Because they will be chosen by people,… Continue reading The Tipping Point Business Is At Now – Isabelle Grosmaitre, Goodness & Co  (from France)

A Biography of Carbon! – Daniella Ortega, Direector of “Carbon: An Unauthorized Biography”

“What surprised me was actually how profound, how deep I managed to have this relationship with carbon. Like, because in the end, I found, through the writing and embodying carbon for so long, I found the connections, the  entanglement of carbon across so many aspects of all our lives so illuminating, so surprising. Sometimes I… Continue reading A Biography of Carbon! – Daniella Ortega, Direector of “Carbon: An Unauthorized Biography”

How Do We Talk About The Climate? – Jill Tidman, The Redford Center

“When we’re searching for projects to invest in and support, we’re really trying to make sure that it’s a story that has kind of a balanced narrative. It’s not about just talking about what we can do and how we’re, how we’re winning. It’s really making sure that we understand what’s at stake and what… Continue reading How Do We Talk About The Climate? – Jill Tidman, The Redford Center

The Economy, Climate Change & Federal Funding Opportunities – Heather Boushey, White House Council of Economic Advisors & Chief Economist of Invest in America Cabinet

“Much of our infrastructure isn’t built to withstand certain kinds of flooding or certain levels of heat. And yet, as the climate changes, so many of the things… that we did know in a world with a stable climate, those are now being upended. And all of that affects costs fundamentally… So, we need to… Continue reading The Economy, Climate Change & Federal Funding Opportunities – Heather Boushey, White House Council of Economic Advisors & Chief Economist of Invest in America Cabinet