“Men, perfectly good guys, really don’t know what the issues are, who we as women are unintentionally demonizing, and who, if we brought them into the conversation could be part of the solution.” Joann Lipman Diversity is a business and innovation imperative, and studies show the financial crisis was caused by groupthink and too much… Continue reading Men & Women & Innovation – Joanne Lipman, Fmr WSJ, Gannett Top Executive
“There are environmental issues that are very important to people on a local level…(but they are) being covered (by the local news media) based on everyday issues in local communities… because it affects tourism, it affects the economy, it affects a lot of things, not to mention the places that we live…(and) because it affects their taxes.”Wanda Lloyd on Green Connections Radio podcast – Wanda Smalls Lloyd former senior editor at USA Today and at local newspapers, and a former Washington Post executive, and the author of a new book – “Coming Full Circle: From Jim Crow to Journalism.” She provides valuable career advice to
The only thing certain is uncertainty – in our careers, our businesses, in preparing your community for the impact of climate change, or in our personal lives. So, how do we possibly prepare? Dr. Nardia Haigh suggests using scenario planning, a methodology she described in seven steps to Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson in this enlightening interview, that we can apply to any decisions, as she did in her new book, Scenario Planning for Climate Change. She helps her students at the University of Massachusetts Boston apply it to their career decisions too.
“For Saudi Arabia, they see (this big solar deal with Softbank) really as a necessity…because right now they burn oil for electricity, and they recognize that that’s horrible, that’s just terrible for the environment and it’s not cost-effective.” Dr. Ellen Wald You might want to dismiss the story of Saudi Aramco Oil and its impending… Continue reading Why Saudi Aramco IPO Matters – Dr. Ellen Wald, Author, “Saudi Inc.”
“Sometimes sideways or backwards turns into a slingshot,” Whitney Johnson on Green Connections Radio podcast. Do you want a bigger impact? To be happier at work? Listen to this enlightening conversation between Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson and Whitney Johnson, award-winning executive from Wall Street to Twitter and author of “Disrupt Yourself.” Grab a pen and paper or your laptop to take notes, and you’ll want to listen to it a couple of times, too. Every few minutes has something you’ll want to think about in the context of your own life and choices.
Dr. Molly Brown gives you a new way of looking at a menu and the super market. She’s written a major book for NASA on food security and climate change, as well as your health. She’ll surprise you…. Listen to Molly Brown explain: What to eat and why – from the planet’s perspective How climate… Continue reading Food & the Planet – w Molly Brown, NASA, UMD