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

Advanced Technology Improving Transportation – Michele Mueller, Michigan DOT

“We start to look at the advantages of the technology, and we start to really focus in on where can we go forward? What are the things we’re doing and how do we get there collectively so that it is the industry, and the infrastructure side actually coming together and making those choices and implementing… Continue reading Advanced Technology Improving Transportation – Michele Mueller, Michigan DOT

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

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

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

Creating A Climate Positive Economy – Aimee Christensen, CEO, Christensen Global & Founder/CEO, Sun Valley Forum

“What I’m hearing is, how do we go faster? How do we transform the key industries that are driving emissions now? And, that can be the solutions to our climate crisis, to our biodiversity crisis. They’re really seeking what are the strategies, where should they be going strategically to shift capital, to shift their operations?…I’m… Continue reading Creating A Climate Positive Economy – Aimee Christensen, CEO, Christensen Global & Founder/CEO, Sun Valley Forum

Making Lost Communities Resilient – Jacqui Patterson, The Chisholm Legacy Project

“We are a resource hub in that we engage with individuals, organizations, and communities who are on the front lines of climate injustice and ensure that they have, they know what informational, technical, financial, strategic resources are out there to strengthen their work…So that’s everything from developing research reports to help folks to have the… Continue reading Making Lost Communities Resilient – Jacqui Patterson, The Chisholm Legacy Project

Massive Study On Climate Risk, Gender Differences – Sarah Cumbers, Lloyd’s Register Foundation

Massive Study On Climate Risk, Gender Differences – Sarah Cumbers, Lloyd’s Register Foundation “We want data is going to drive impact….It’s not as simple as saying that men or women are more worried (about climate change). We need to look at those granular differences at the country level. And, particularly actually when it comes to… Continue reading Massive Study On Climate Risk, Gender Differences – Sarah Cumbers, Lloyd’s Register Foundation

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 Our Infrastructure Resilient – Gwenaelle Avice Huet, Schneider Electric Sustainability

“If we want to accelerate all the efforts in order to decarbonize and to fight against climate change, we have to go three times faster, three times stronger. We have all the technologies, but how to speed it up, how to make sure that it’s deployed even faster,” Gwenaelle Avice Huet on Electric Ladies Podcast… Continue reading Making Our Infrastructure Resilient – Gwenaelle Avice Huet, Schneider Electric Sustainability