Energy Transition Is In Full Swing – Lisa Jacobson, BCSE & Tara Narayanan, Bloomberg New Energy Finance

“The economic information on clean energy is amazing…We’re decades deep in it now, where you’re seeing the cost competitiveness of renewable technologies on an unsubsidized basis…We can do this. We can grow the economy and we can use more clean energy.” Lisa Jacobson on Electric Ladies Podcast The facts in the new Sustainable Energy 2024… Continue reading Energy Transition Is In Full Swing – Lisa Jacobson, BCSE & Tara Narayanan, Bloomberg New Energy Finance

Wave Energy & Second Chances – Inna Braverman, Eco Wave Power

“I went for wave energy just because I saw a field that has huge demand, that has huge potential for positive impact on the world, and that nobody’s succeeding in. So, that kind of was for me, I don’t know, maybe a feeling of destiny here. I got a second chance in life and maybe… Continue reading Wave Energy & Second Chances – Inna Braverman, Eco Wave Power

Reducing IT’s Carbon Footprint – Monica Batchelder, Chief Sustainability Officer, HPE

“During the pandemic, a lot of companies underwent digital transformations…At the same time that that was happening, sustainability was really catching wind, particularly in places like Europe.… (I)f you are a non-manufacturing company, your largest source of operational emissions is probably your IT. So…CIOs now have these mandates trickling down from their CEO or whomever… Continue reading Reducing IT’s Carbon Footprint – Monica Batchelder, Chief Sustainability Officer, HPE

Zero Emissions Space Travel? – Jane Poynter, Space Perspective

Jane Poynter

“People who have been to space really do speak about it with great reverence. And it is for that reason that we want to take people to space in our car. Neutral zero emission spaceship, spaceship vacuum, which as you saw is not a rocket. Enormous balloons. It’s a very gentle flight. We want to… Continue reading Zero Emissions Space Travel? – Jane Poynter, Space Perspective

Carbon Neutral Space Travel? – Jane Poynter, Space Perspective

Jane Poynter

  “People who have been to space really do speak about it with great reverence. And it is for that reason that we want to take people to space in our car. Neutral zero emission spaceship, spaceship vacuum, which as you saw is not a rocket. Enormous balloons. It’s a very gentle flight. We want… Continue reading Carbon Neutral Space Travel? – Jane Poynter, Space Perspective

“Chasing Carbon Zero” – Melissa Lott, Director of Research, Global Energy Policy, Columbia University

“The goal is net zero, which is a balance between the emissions we put into the air and the emissions we take out….We have solutions and…it’s not that the technologies don’t work, it’s not that we don’t know how to use them. It’s because we haven’t made the choice to actually use them at the… Continue reading “Chasing Carbon Zero” – Melissa Lott, Director of Research, Global Energy Policy, Columbia University

Geothermal Energy 101 – Sarah Golden, Greenbiz, VP of Energy

“Geothermal very broadly put, is just the collection of energy from the heat that comes from the earth’s core. And so it’s, it’s tapped into by just going to underground reservoirs and capturing some of that heat. There’s a couple of broad categories I’d like to split geothermal into from the outset, and that’s geothermal… Continue reading Geothermal Energy 101 – Sarah Golden, Greenbiz, VP of Energy

Women Making History in Climate – Rose-May Lucotte, ChangeNow

“Now we are leading a new revolution, which is a environmental and ecology and social revolution…. We launched ChangeNow in 2017 as a social enterprise to accelerate the environmental and social transition…. and the ChangeNow Summit has become in a few years, the world’s largest event for the planet. We gather 1000 solutions from all… Continue reading Women Making History in Climate – Rose-May Lucotte, ChangeNow

Neighborhood Climate Impact 30 Years Forward – Jessica Filante Farrington, AT&T, Director of Global Sustainability

“We have now forward looking data, data that allows us to look 30 years into the future and understand how and where we’re vulnerable. The different hazards, by the way that we have, are flood, wind, drought, and wildfire. And what we’re doing with that is, we’re integrating it into the network design and planning… Continue reading Neighborhood Climate Impact 30 Years Forward – Jessica Filante Farrington, AT&T, Director of Global Sustainability

Making Computers Sustainably – Page Motes, Head of Sustainability, Dell Technologies

Page Motes, Dell

“It has to be cross-functional…It’s really leaders in the product group, in global operations, in services and other groups that are coming together as a governance body and saying, ‘What do we need to do holistically and cross-functionally? And what are all of the different parts that add up to a new potential outlook or… Continue reading Making Computers Sustainably – Page Motes, Head of Sustainability, Dell Technologies