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The CleanTechies Podcast
#71 - Demystifying Alternative-Protein and How its Made with Sharyn Murray from Good Food Institute (GFI)

The CleanTechies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 63:52


Hello everyone and welcome back to CleanTechies the Podcast. This is episode 71.If you are a climate tech founder with specific questions you'd like us to ask -- OR -- looking for capital and strategic partner introductions, please reach out to me via the Slack Channel or LinkedIn and we are glad to help in any way we can.  If you're unfamiliar with Alternative Proteins, this episode should be a good place for you to start - especially if like me, you're not a white-coat scientist.Today Sharyn Murray from Good Food Institute (commonly referred to as GFI) joined us to speak about Alternative Proteins and what they are doing at GFI.Sharyn is highly knowledgeable in this space and was able to really shed light on a lot of things inside this space from how the proteins are grown (in a way understandable to a non-scientist), the infrastructure required to grow the industry, how local farmers will be affected, and many other things. An incredible episode that should be especially helpful for anyone interested in the Alternative Protein space. TOPICS:[3:20 - 5:40] - Intro to Sharyn & Effective Altruism[6:20 - 8:24] - moving to GFI & differentiating herself[9:30 - 13:34] - GFI & the Origin[14:10 - 18:01] - Terminology of Alt Protein Space[20:14 - 23:49] - Adoption, taste & price, regulatory issues, and cost parity[27:06 - 28:44] - Carbon impact of the space - 20% of Global GHG, & the alternative is 98% carbon emissions-free[30:01 - 32:42] Regenerative Farming or Alt-Protein[33:23 - 36:46] - How are alt proteins made (for non-science people)[37:23 - 39:54] - Missing infrastructure [40:17 - 44:19] - How farmers are affected by this shift / helping them / affects of climate change[49:20 - 52:26] - The Alt Protein ESG reporting framework from GFI / FAIRR[53:14 - 55:02] - Conventional and Disruptive orgs enter space[55:40 - 57:32] - The grant program: who can apply, how, and the target outcomes[57:57- 59:02] - How to get into Alt-Protein space - advice for early career individuals[59:15 - End] - ClosingWe hope you enjoy today's episode - please reach out with any specific questions or discussion points. If you're interested in being a show sponsor you can reach me at silasmahner@gmail.comLINKS:GFI Website: https://gfi.org/Connect with Sharyn:Bruce's TED Talk: Oxford Study:Nature study:Check out our Sponsor, NextWave Partners:Join the Slack Channel:  https://cleantechies.slack.com/join/shared_invite/zt-pd2drz6d-N~9nURU5JlyMXv2ZiO5bAQ#/shared-invite/emailFollow CleanTechies on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/clean-techies/ Support the show

The Indisposable Podcast
Envisioning the New Reuse Economy

The Indisposable Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 57:52


Upstream's latest Indisposable Live panel is now available as a podcast!This engaging discussion on the New Reuse Economy features Upstream CEO & Chief Solutioneer Matt Prindiville, Anita Schwartz (WSP USA) and Crystal Dreisbach (Don't Waste Durham / Green to Go NC), and was hosted by Upstream's Chief Strategy Officer, Priscilla Johnson. Learn from these thought leaders why reuse beats single-use on every measure – even when accounting for environmental impacts from transit and washing – and the vision for how we can get there, through creative engineering, policy, and community efforts that serve as models nationwide. The livestream first aired in conjunction with the publication of Upstream's latest white paper, “The New Reuse Economy: how reuse systems and services will revolutionize how we consume” which you can read in the resources below.Resources: Upstream's latest paper: The New Reuse Economy: How reuse systems and services will revolutionize how we consumeYouTube recording of Envisioning the New Reuse EconomyDon't Waste DurhamGreen to Go NCWSPUpstream's Strategic Direction Statement

(don't) Waste Water!
[Extract] "It's harder to Give Away Money than it was to Make the Money!" - Sean Davis - Merton Capital Partners

(don't) Waste Water!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 0:59


Sean Davis is the founder and managing director of Merton Capital Partners, an adjunct professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University, and the Author of "Solving the Giving Pledge Bottleneck." Merton Capital Partners develops innovative investment strategies to unlock philanthropy's potential by incentivizing corporations to generate large-scale good in their core businesses. What the heck is the link between philanthropy and water? That may be very obscure if you're like me before meeting Sean. Yet you'll see that it will make a lot of sense in just twenty minutes.  I've often discussed with brilliant minds on that microphone how people without safe water or cities without wastewater treatment made little economic sense. We've talked about wrong pockets issues and highlighted all the reasons why we thought something could be done.  Yet, I was long seeking the spark that could ignite the revolution, and I fear that I'm not the only one. In their "Worth of Water" book, Gary White and Matt Damon say nothing else: they have a proven path to scale to solve the water challenges within two decades, but they lack the seed money to get the ball rolling.  Sure, we could all wait for states to walk the talk. But if we're still discussing SDG 6 or aging infrastructure at the end of 2022 in pessimistic or alarming terms, it's probably a sign that we should not have too high hopes from that path.  So what's left? Tears and sighs? Well, that's where the new path Sean introduces today brings a bright new hope. Philanthropic money doesn't have to be spent at a loss - and there are significant pockets of investments that look for the right vehicles.  This is how in a minute, we'll discuss evergreen investment strategies, blended capital, helping philanthropists to get the highest bang for their buck, and much more. My conversation with Sean made me think of many new ways to connect the Water dots, so I'm pretty sure it might do the same for you! If that's the case, spread the word and share that episode with your friends, colleagues, or LinkedIn network. And if you want me to dive deeper into the topic, I'd be honestly delighted to, now that I've got a bit more knowledge thanks to Sean's book (the link to it is in the show notes, check it out!) Come tell me on LinkedIn, remember to share that episode, and I'll meet you on the other side! How to Actively Invest Philanthropy and Save the (Water) World?

Tad Talks Sustainability
Audience Q&A

Tad Talks Sustainability

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 23:10


You asked, we answered! In this episode, Tad and Julianna discuss a few of the anonymous questions we have received from our audience. The audience questions that we answer in this episode include: My company doesn't know what to do first, should we do our carbon footprint benchmarking or a life cycle assessment? My company is trying to understand how we should do our Scope 3 analysis. Do you have any suggestions on how to approach this? How can I calculate greenhouse gas emissions for an LLDPE plastic poly bag using virgin resin? Then how can I calculate the reduction by using a 90% post-consumer resin in the same product? What's more important for manufacturers to prioritize: Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) or Health Product Declarations (HPDs)? With so many certifications in the marketplace, how does a consumer quickly educate themselves on what products are certified? What are the differences in what a certification looks at and what certification represents my beliefs? As an end consumer, what are some sustainability efforts I can take on my own and in my own house? Interested in submitting a question for Tad to answer on an upcoming episode? Click here: https://www.tadradzinski.com/tad-talks-sustainability-podcast/episode26-audience-qa

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Plastic bottle and can recycling scheme being launched today

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 9:00


Ossian Smyth, Minister of State with responsibility for Communications and Circular Economy, discusses the Deposit Return Scheme.

The CleanTechies Podcast
#70 - Making Wave Energy Viable and Attractive with Jan from NoviOcean

The CleanTechies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 51:51


Hello everyone and welcome back to CleanTechies the Podcast. This is episode 70.If you are a climate tech founder with specific questions you'd like us to ask -- OR -- looking for capital and strategic partner introductions, please reach out to me via the Slack Channel or LinkedIn and we are glad to help in any way we can.  Today we are joined by Jan Skjoldhammer the founder and CEO of NoviOcean. NoviOcean is a wave energy technology company that is developing, what they believe to be, a technology that will truly crack the wave power industry. In the conversation we discuss...(5:50 - 7:02) How he went from being a pilot to founding a wave power company(10:26 - 12:47) How the technology works and how they combined the best of all wave power technology(23:30 - 27:40) The layout and siting of the projects and the benefits of co-locating the projects with Offshore Wind(32:51 - 34:33) How the tech can also help reduce damage from waves onshore(40:49 - 42:45) The importance of mobilizing regulators at a speed appropriate for the speed of climate changeWe hope you enjoy today's episode - please reach out with any specific questions or discussion points. If you're interested in being a show sponsor you can reach me at silasmahner@gmail.comNoviOcean Website: https://noviocean.energy/Connect with Jan: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jan-g-skjoldhammer-8807996/Check out our Sponsor, NextWave Partners: https://www.next-wavepartners.com/Join the Slack Channel:  https://cleantechies.slack.com/join/shared_invite/zt-pd2drz6d-N~9nURU5JlyMXv2ZiO5bAQ#/shared-invite/emailFollow CleanTechies on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/clean-techies/ HMU on Twitter: @silasmahner__________We are proud to continue working with NextWave as our official show sponsor for this podcast. NextWave and all of its staff are highly motivated to advance the ClimateTech revolution and are constantly innovating ways that they can help affect that transition. From experts in the talent space to ESG experts, NextWave is taking on Climate and Social responsibility head-on and helping companies build great cultures that not only make the world a better place but also increase workplace satisfaction. Reach out to NextWave Partners today to learn more about how we might partner with you today. https://www.next-wavepartners.com/ / info@next-wavepartners.comSupport the show

Do you really know?
[ANTI-CONSUMERISM] What is the circular economy?

Do you really know?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 4:20


November is synonymous with Black Friday, great deals but what cost? Over consumption is endangering our already fragile planet. Is it time to change our ways? This week Do You Really Know is highlighting concepts and initiatives about reducing our consumption. The circular economy is an economic system where all resources are continually used and nothing is wasted. Goods and services are produced in such a way that primary resources are preserved as far as possible. European policy aims to support the transition towards a circular economy, but it requires significant change. Are we saying the circular economy is a kind of economic utopia? Is this transition likely to lead to job losses? In under 3 minutes, we answer your questions! To listen to the latest episodes, click here: How can I stay trendy buying only second hand clothes? What are the best ways to reuse my household waste? What is premium mediocre - the illusion of luxury? A Bababam Originals podcast, written and produced by Joseph Chance. In partnership with upday UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Tech, Innovation & Society - The Creative Process
Walter Stahel - Architect, Economist, Founding Father of Circular Economy - Founder-Director, Product-Life Institute

Tech, Innovation & Society - The Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 51:39


Walter R. Stahel is the Founder-Director of the Product-Life Institute (Switzerland), the oldest established consultancy in Europe devoted to developing sustainable strategies and policies. He is Senior Research Fellow at the Circular Economy Research Centre, Ecole des Ponts Business School and Visiting Professor in the Department of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Surrey. He is also a full member of the Club of Rome. He was awarded degrees of Doctor honoris causa by the University of Surrey, l'Université de Montréal, and the 2020 Thornton Medal of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining. He is the author of The Circular Economy: A User's Guide."We have to solve three problems. We have to create a low-waste society through incentives to change individual behavior from consumer to user through loss and waste prevention, and intelligent resource management. We also have to create a low-carbon society by preserving the water, electricity, and CO2 emissions embodied in physical assets or through innovation in green electricity and circular energy. And the third challenge, which is probably the biggest, we have to create a low anthropogenic mass society by preserving these existing stocks of infrastructure, buildings, equipment, vehicles, and objects. The only strategy I know that can fulfill these three challenges is a circular industrial economy.Now the last point, low anthropogenic mass society is simply because some years ago, the rapidly growing anthropogenic mass has become bigger than the world's biomass. And that of course means we are destroying the biomass because we have a limited planet, and we are destroying biodiversity and replacing it with synthetic manmade materials and objects. And this in the long term means we are killing ourselves, so we have to stop producing anthropogenic mass, except in countries that don't yet have sufficient infrastructures for education, health, living, and sufficient food to feed the population."www.product-life.orgwww.routledge.com/The-Circular-Economy-A-Users-Guide/Stahel/p/book/9780367200176www.oneplanetpodcast.orgwww.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

One Planet Podcast
Walter Stahel - Architect, Economist, Founding Father of Circular Economy - Founder-Director, Product-Life Institute

One Planet Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 51:39


Walter R. Stahel is the Founder-Director of the Product-Life Institute (Switzerland), the oldest established consultancy in Europe devoted to developing sustainable strategies and policies. He is Senior Research Fellow at the Circular Economy Research Centre, Ecole des Ponts Business School and Visiting Professor in the Department of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Surrey. He is also a full member of the Club of Rome. He was awarded degrees of Doctor honoris causa by the University of Surrey, l'Université de Montréal, and the 2020 Thornton Medal of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining. He is the author of The Circular Economy: A User's Guide."The circularity, of course, has existed in nature for a long time. Actually, nature's circularity is by evolution. There is no plan, there is no liability, and there are no preferences. It's simply the cycles such as marine tides, CO2, and water cycles, plants and animals, and basically by evolution, the best solution wins. Also, there is no waste. Dead material becomes food for other animals or plants. Now, early mankind survived by depending on these local natural resources sharing a non-monetary chaotic symbiosis dominated by nature, then poverty or necessity-based society changed when humankind used science to overcome shortages of everything. In other words, the Anthropocene. With nuclear energy, petrochemicals, metal alloys, we became independent from nature, but we overlooked the fact that these new manmade anthropogenic resources or synthetic resources were unknown to nature, so nature could not deal with them. And that means that we, humankind, has to take responsibility for it."www.product-life.orgwww.routledge.com/The-Circular-Economy-A-Users-Guide/Stahel/p/book/9780367200176www.oneplanetpodcast.orgwww.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

Education · The Creative Process
Walter Stahel - Architect, Economist, Founding Father of Circular Economy - Founder-Director, Product-Life Institute

Education · The Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 51:39


Walter R. Stahel is the Founder-Director of the Product-Life Institute (Switzerland), the oldest established consultancy in Europe devoted to developing sustainable strategies and policies. He is Senior Research Fellow at the Circular Economy Research Centre, Ecole des Ponts Business School and Visiting Professor in the Department of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Surrey. He is also a full member of the Club of Rome. He was awarded degrees of Doctor honoris causa by the University of Surrey, l'Université de Montréal, and the 2020 Thornton Medal of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining. He is the author of The Circular Economy: A User's Guide."We have to solve three problems. We have to create a low-waste society through incentives to change individual behavior from consumer to user through loss and waste prevention, and intelligent resource management. We also have to create a low-carbon society by preserving the water, electricity, and CO2 emissions embodied in physical assets or through innovation in green electricity and circular energy. And the third challenge, which is probably the biggest, we have to create a low anthropogenic mass society by preserving these existing stocks of infrastructure, buildings, equipment, vehicles, and objects. The only strategy I know that can fulfill these three challenges is a circular industrial economy.Now the last point, low anthropogenic mass society is simply because some years ago, the rapidly growing anthropogenic mass has become bigger than the world's biomass. And that of course means we are destroying the biomass because we have a limited planet, and we are destroying biodiversity and replacing it with synthetic manmade materials and objects. And this in the long term means we are killing ourselves, so we have to stop producing anthropogenic mass, except in countries that don't yet have sufficient infrastructures for education, health, living, and sufficient food to feed the population."www.product-life.orgwww.routledge.com/The-Circular-Economy-A-Users-Guide/Stahel/p/book/9780367200176www.oneplanetpodcast.orgwww.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

Sustainability, Climate Change, Politics, Circular Economy & Environmental Solutions · One Planet Podcast
Walter Stahel - Architect, Economist, Founding Father of Circular Economy - Founder-Director, Product-Life Institute

Sustainability, Climate Change, Politics, Circular Economy & Environmental Solutions · One Planet Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 51:39


Walter R. Stahel is the Founder-Director of the Product-Life Institute (Switzerland), the oldest established consultancy in Europe devoted to developing sustainable strategies and policies. He is Senior Research Fellow at the Circular Economy Research Centre, Ecole des Ponts Business School and Visiting Professor in the Department of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Surrey. He is also a full member of the Club of Rome. He was awarded degrees of Doctor honoris causa by the University of Surrey, l'Université de Montréal, and the 2020 Thornton Medal of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining. He is the author of The Circular Economy: A User's Guide."We have to solve three problems. We have to create a low-waste society through incentives to change individual behavior from consumer to user through loss and waste prevention, and intelligent resource management. We also have to create a low-carbon society by preserving the water, electricity, and CO2 emissions embodied in physical assets or through innovation in green electricity and circular energy. And the third challenge, which is probably the biggest, we have to create a low anthropogenic mass society by preserving these existing stocks of infrastructure, buildings, equipment, vehicles, and objects. The only strategy I know that can fulfill these three challenges is a circular industrial economy.Now the last point, low anthropogenic mass society is simply because some years ago, the rapidly growing anthropogenic mass has become bigger than the world's biomass. And that of course means we are destroying the biomass because we have a limited planet, and we are destroying biodiversity and replacing it with synthetic manmade materials and objects. And this in the long term means we are killing ourselves, so we have to stop producing anthropogenic mass, except in countries that don't yet have sufficient infrastructures for education, health, living, and sufficient food to feed the population."www.product-life.orgwww.routledge.com/The-Circular-Economy-A-Users-Guide/Stahel/p/book/9780367200176www.oneplanetpodcast.orgwww.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

Books & Writers · The Creative Process
Walter Stahel - Architect, Economist, Founding Father of Circular Economy - Founder-Director, Product-Life Institute

Books & Writers · The Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 51:39


Walter R. Stahel is the Founder-Director of the Product-Life Institute (Switzerland), the oldest established consultancy in Europe devoted to developing sustainable strategies and policies. He is Senior Research Fellow at the Circular Economy Research Centre, Ecole des Ponts Business School and Visiting Professor in the Department of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Surrey. He is also a full member of the Club of Rome. He was awarded degrees of Doctor honoris causa by the University of Surrey, l'Université de Montréal, and the 2020 Thornton Medal of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining. He is the author of The Circular Economy: A User's Guide."The circularity, of course, has existed in nature for a long time. Actually, nature's circularity is by evolution. There is no plan, there is no liability, and there are no preferences. It's simply the cycles such as marine tides, CO2, and water cycles, plants and animals, and basically by evolution, the best solution wins. Also, there is no waste. Dead material becomes food for other animals or plants. Now, early mankind survived by depending on these local natural resources sharing a non-monetary chaotic symbiosis dominated by nature, then poverty or necessity-based society changed when humankind used science to overcome shortages of everything. In other words, the Anthropocene. With nuclear energy, petrochemicals, metal alloys, we became independent from nature, but we overlooked the fact that these new manmade anthropogenic resources or synthetic resources were unknown to nature, so nature could not deal with them. And that means that we, humankind, has to take responsibility for it."www.product-life.orgwww.routledge.com/The-Circular-Economy-A-Users-Guide/Stahel/p/book/9780367200176www.oneplanetpodcast.orgwww.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

The Creative Process Podcast
Walter Stahel - Architect, Economist, Founding Father of Circular Economy - Founder-Director, Product-Life Institute

The Creative Process Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 51:39


Walter R. Stahel is the Founder-Director of the Product-Life Institute (Switzerland), the oldest established consultancy in Europe devoted to developing sustainable strategies and policies. He is Senior Research Fellow at the Circular Economy Research Centre, Ecole des Ponts Business School and Visiting Professor in the Department of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Surrey. He is also a full member of the Club of Rome. He was awarded degrees of Doctor honoris causa by the University of Surrey, l'Université de Montréal, and the 2020 Thornton Medal of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining. He is the author of The Circular Economy: A User's Guide."The circularity, of course, has existed in nature for a long time. Actually, nature's circularity is by evolution. There is no plan, there is no liability, and there are no preferences. It's simply the cycles such as marine tides, CO2, and water cycles, plants and animals, and basically by evolution, the best solution wins. Also, there is no waste. Dead material becomes food for other animals or plants. Now, early mankind survived by depending on these local natural resources sharing a non-monetary chaotic symbiosis dominated by nature, then poverty or necessity-based society changed when humankind used science to overcome shortages of everything. In other words, the Anthropocene. With nuclear energy, petrochemicals, metal alloys, we became independent from nature, but we overlooked the fact that these new manmade anthropogenic resources or synthetic resources were unknown to nature, so nature could not deal with them. And that means that we, humankind, has to take responsibility for it."www.product-life.orgwww.routledge.com/The-Circular-Economy-A-Users-Guide/Stahel/p/book/9780367200176www.oneplanetpodcast.orgwww.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

The CleanTechies Podcast
Ep 69 - Charging Ahead - How Mary Barra is Brining GM into the Future with author David Welch.

The CleanTechies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 65:56


Hello everyone and welcome back to CleanTechies the Podcast. This is episode 69.If you are a climate tech founder with specific questions you'd like us to ask -- OR -- looking for capital and strategic partner introductions, please reach out to me via the Slack Channel or LinkedIn and we are glad to help in any way we can.  Today we are joined by David Welch the Bureau Chief at Bloomberg News in Detroit to discuss his new book, Charging Ahead. The book is generally about how Mary Barra rose to become the CEO of GM and the first Female CEO in the Legacy Auto Industry. And then goes on to describe how she has led GM into the future by making the shift to Electric Vehicles. We talk about a lot of things but some of the key topics in this episode are...[6.12] GM's history. From the most respected company in the world to bankruptcy[11.11] How Mary Barra made her rise to CEO and her battles with Trump[31:35] The legacy automaker sentiment and the future for them[38.07] Tesla & Joe Biden[45.05] The benefits of EVs[51.17] The success of the EV regulatory frameworks[59.46]The challenges for the next 2-3 years for EVWe hope you enjoy today's episode - please reach out with any specific questions or discussion points. If you're interested in being a show sponsor you can reach me at silasmahner@gmail.comOrder the book, Charging Ahead: https://www.amazon.com/Charging-Ahead-Barra-Reinvention-American/dp/1400233593Connect with David: https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-welch-9031185/Check out our Sponsor, NextWave Partners: https://www.next-wavepartners.com/Join the Slack Channel:  https://cleantechies.slack.com/join/shared_invite/zt-pd2drz6d-N~9nURU5JlyMXv2ZiO5bAQ#/shared-invite/emailFollow CleanTechies on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/clean-techies/ HMU on Twitter: @silasmahner__________We are proud to continue working with NextWave as our official show sponsor for this podcast. NextWave and all of its staff are highly motivated to advance the ClimateTech revolution and are constantly innovating ways that they can help affect that transition. From experts in the talent space to ESG experts, NextWave is taking on Climate and Social responsibility head-on and helping companies build great cultures that not only make the world a better place but also increase workplace satisfaction. Reach out to NextWave Partners today to learn more about how we might partner with you today. https://www.next-wavepartners.com/ / info@next-wavepartners.comSupport the show

Explore the Circular Economy
The Circular Economy and Reuse

Explore the Circular Economy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 20:39


There are significant material, energy, labour and carbon savings to be made by reusing, rather than remaking, a product.How does this work in business? And how does it fit into a circular economy?In this episode, Colin Webster from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation speaks to José Manuel Moller from Algramo about the role of reuse in household shopping, and to architect Nitesh Magdani about reuse in the built environment.__Useful links:Explore the butterfly diagramRead the reuse bookletLearn more about AlgramoVisit Net Positive SolutionsListen to all episodes of the Circular Economy Show PodcastVisit the Ellen MacArthur Foundation's website  

The Indisposable Podcast
Reuse on the World Stage

The Indisposable Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 39:43


Join our newest host, Upstream Chief Strategy Officer Priscilla Johnson, as she sits down with Dave Ford, founder of Ocean Plastics Leadership Network (OPLN) for a wide-ranging discussion on national and international reuse and climate solutions. The two cover current and future plastics treaties, companies that are stepping up to the plate, organizations pressing for urgent action to confront the climate crisis – and what it all means for our planet's future. On a scale of 1-10, how ambitious are current global efforts on reuse? Tune in and find out.Resources: Ocean Plastics Leadership Network | Building Capacity For Plastics Crisis Intervention (opln.org)COP27: Delivering for people and the planet | United NationsUNEA 5.2: Global Treaty on Plastic Pollution Diplomatic Conference of Plenipotentiaries on Plastic Pollution Treaty

Citadel Dispatch
CD80: building a bitcoin circular economy with @ziggamon

Citadel Dispatch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 142:52


support dispatch: https://geyser.fund/project/citadel EPISODE: 80 BLOCK: 764304 PRICE: 6196 sats per dollar TOPICS: bitcoin payments, bitcoin the tool vs bitcoin movement, the separation of bitcoin and crypto, user experience for the silent majority GUESTS: @ziggamon twitch: https://twitch.tv/citadeldispatch youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@citadeldispatch bitcointv: https://bitcointv.com/video-channels/citadeldispatch/videos podcast: https://www.podpage.com/citadeldispatch telegram: https://t.me/citadeldispatch stream sats to the show: https://www.fountain.fm/ join the chat: https://matrix.to/#/#citadeldispatch:bitcoin.kyoto

Sustainably Speaking
Keeping Communities Connected | America's Plastic Makers®

Sustainably Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 16:38


Connectivity is critical to driving equitable economic growth, yet 2.7 billion people still cannot access the internet. And many struggle with slow, costly and unreliable connections. Greater connectivity and innovative solutions for a resilient infrastructure can unlock opportunities in education, healthcare, business and other sectors. This episode features the tools – and the experts – helping foster healthy connections between people, greater equity across the globe and more efficient use of resources.On This Episode:Dr. Rennisha Wickham, Senior Marketing Manager, DowRennisha Wickham is a Senior Marketing Manager in Dow's Packaging and Specialty Plastics business. She is also an inclusion and diversity champion, driving a culture of inclusion and empowering her internal and external partners to cultivate a diverse community of critical thinkers that can solve the world's most challenging problems. Rennisha joined Dow in 2012 in R&D, where she made contributions to a number of technical projects including the development of functionalized polymers, non-extrusion-based process technologies, sustainable polyolefin solutions for resilient flooring, and elastomers for medium voltage insulation. Rennisha transitioned to Dow's Technical Service and Development (TS&D) group in 2015, where she leveraged core R&D strengths to deliver high performing technologies for the transportation market and drove growth through distribution channel partners. Rennisha later transitioned to Customer Management in 2018, where she drove growth across transportation, consumer, flooring, artificial turf, and wire and cable markets. Rennisha has a Bachelor of Science in chemistry from Virginia State University and a Ph.D. in chemistry from University of Maryland in 2012. She holds six patents and is the author of a number of internal and external publications.Kyle Fleming, Director of the Virgin Islands Energy Office and Water and Power Authority (WAPA) Board ChairmanIn 2016, Kyle Fleming returned to his home on St. Croix, USVI to fulfill his professional goal of transforming the energy sector within the USVI. Upon his return, he took on the role as Director of Operations of a regional residential, commercial, & utility-scale solar developer in the territory. Following Hurricane Irma and Maria, Mr. Fleming developed and deployed solar plus battery storage systems territory-wide which relieved the dependence on generators for many Virgin Islanders suffering through the extended black-outs. Mr. Fleming has continued to impact the Energy Profile of the territory as Director of Virgin Islands Energy Office. As Director, Mr. Fleming has focused policy and program development around the following core pillars: Sustainability, Resiliency, Work-Force Development, and Efficient Energy Resource Utilization. In 2021 Mr. Fleming was elected Chairman of the Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority's governing board. During his tenure, he has focused on disrupting the traditional power plant mentality of the operation and shifting to an Energy as a Service strategy to better serve the evolving energy needs of the community as a whole.Mia Quinn, Senior Director, Public Affairs at American Chemistry Council  Mia Quinn leads efforts to communicate the plastics industry's major sustainability initiatives. She works to bring together experts to share insights in key areas of sustainability, including public policy, product design, recycling and infrastructure.   She is passionate about collaboration, clear communication and engaging audiences to learn more about innovation and modern solutions for our communities and our country.  Mia has a degree in political science from Washington University in St. Louis. She grew up in the suburbs of Denver, Colorado and is a lifelong Denver Broncos fan. She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband and two sons.

(don't) Waste Water!
[Extract] "Being in the Water Industry feels like Sisyphus pushing the Rock up the Hill!" - Tom Rooney - Sciens Water

(don't) Waste Water!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 0:59


Tom Rooney is Chairman and Operating Partner at Sciens Water. Sciens is a research-driven investment fund that identifies uncovered, under-researched, or misunderstood water sector opportunities that are undercapitalized. I cannot name one of my about 120 guests so far that would not have taught me something during our conversation. If you've been listening to this podcast for a while, you know how intentional I am about connecting the dots. Every single new episode hence has to bring us one step closer to the "Truth" with a big "T" - given that this Truth is a moving target and doesn't really exist. Yet, every once in a while, I collect a nugget that really shines a new light on what I thought I knew. It could be Paul O'Callaghan's take on the dynamics of Water Innovation by Season 3, Episode 3. Or Reinhard Hübner's water company M&A masterclass by Season 5, Episode 1. Or Piers Clark's debunking of the water pilot's myth by the first episode of this Season 7, to only name three. Well, Tom's adaptation of Maslow's theories to the Water field clearly belongs to this category, as all of a sudden, it explains a lot of the undervaluation of water we experience every day.  What is it? Well, I won't butcher the concept and let Tom explain in a minute. You'll probably enjoy as well how clear and explicit he is about the one challenge that's the root of all the other ones, and I'd bet you'll have as much fun as me listening to that conversation. If that's the case, all I ask is that you take this episode and share it with a colleague, a friend, or your LinkedIn network! That's the best way to support me, and I'd be grateful if you took a minute of your time to do it. Can I count on you? I'm sure I can, let's meet on the other side! How does Maslow explain a lot of America's Broken Water Economics?

BFM :: The Breakfast Grille
The Journey Towards A Circular Economy

BFM :: The Breakfast Grille

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 24:16


Holland Circular Hotspot (HCH) is a private-public platform in which the local government authorities, experts and companies collaborate internationally to stimulate entrepreneurship in the field of a circular economy. CEO, Freek van Eijk shares with us their collaboration with Malaysian companies and the government, and how Malaysia can improve to have a better circular economy.

The Rose Woman
Women and Nature with Nicole Casanova, Lizzy Jeff and Sophia Huda

The Rose Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 73:56


We continue on sharing with you the different live talks from the Sensing Woman 2022: A multisensory event that took place at C24 Gallery in Chelsea, New York City a few weeks ago. Joining us in this episode are Ecologist, Nicole Casanova, Visionary artist, Lizzy Jeff and Environmentalist, Sophia Huda. They will share and have a dialogue on the issues of sacred ecology, the health of the planet and the reclamation of our relationship with mother nature. Listen in to this very enlightening conversation.In this episode, we cover:Introduction to each panelist: Nicole's Vision and Root to Heaven's missionLizzy on the celebration of Feminine energySophia on the impact of chemicals present in beauty productsThe connection between self-love and the environmentFood justice and food ecologyThoughts on invasive species infestationConnecting with earth Inspirations Helpful Links:Nicole Casanova - is a Boriken born ecologist and writer, she is poet, songkeeper and storyteller. Instagram @nicole_adriana_casanova @roottoheaven_Lizzy Jeff - Medicine Woman, Visionary, & Lifestyle Influencer. Follow her on Instagram @LizzyjeffListen to her music on Youtube and SpotifySophia Huda - Independent consultant specialising in the Circular Economy and waste management, environmental health, and international development. Sophia is the Chair of the National Recycling Coalition‘s Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee.Mind the StoreEat the Problem by Kirsha KaecheleFind Rosebud Woman on Instagram as @rosebudwoman, Christine on Instagram as @the.rose.woman, and on Tiktok as @therosewoman108. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Green & Red: Podcasts for Scrappy Radicals
How Dirty is Clean Energy? ft. Raquel Dominguez w/ Earthworks (G&R 194)

Green & Red: Podcasts for Scrappy Radicals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 60:18


We're currently seeing a drive towards the growth of the renewable energy (RE) sector. We're seeing a new iteration of corporate liberalism which allows the state to expand markets, in this case for renewable energy, but at a cost related to justice and health of communities in or near areas extracting materials for the RE sector. The most recent example of this is the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA). The IRA created incentives for the purchase of electric vehicles, renewable energy and more and it provides $27 billion in funding for accelerating clean energy technologies. So the question as we're seeing the growth, and government funded growth, of renewable energy, is how clean is it really? In our latest episode, we speak with Raquel Dominguez (@dominguez_raque) with Earthworks (@Earthworks) about clean energy and a circular economy, the impacts of mining for the RE sector and reactions from state and non-state actors to this issue. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Intro/Outro- "G&R Blues" by Moody Links// What's Missing from the New IEA Report on Mining and the Renewable Energy Transition? (http://bit.ly/3EdOw54) Just Minerals for a Just Transition (http://bit.ly/3O64nr2) U.S. Making Up for Lost Time in Building a Circular Economy (http://bit.ly/3GiKsmN) Eco-fascism: a tangible & present danger (http://bit.ly/3g39wUh) Guardian: There's lithium in them thar hills – but fears grow over US ‘white gold' boom (http://bit.ly/3g5uiT2) Follow Green and Red// G&R Linktree: https://linktr.ee/greenandredpodcast https://greenandredpodcast.org/ NEW LINK! Join our Discord community: https://discord.gg/xDJgCxYE Support the Green and Red Podcast// Become a Patron at https://www.patreon.com/greenredpodcast Or make a one time donation here: https://bit.ly/DonateGandR **Our friends with Certain Days now have their 2023 calendar available and we bought ten copies. With a $25 (or more) donation to Green and Red, we'll mail you one! Just contact us at greenredpodcast@gmail.com This is a Green and Red Podcast (@PodcastGreenRed) production. Produced by Bob (@bobbuzzanco) and Scott (@sparki1969). “Green and Red Blues" by Moody. Editing by Isaac.

(don't) Waste Water!
[Extract] "That will translate into all sorts of financial KPIs but that's NOT the driver!" - Mirka Wilderer - De Nora Water Technologies

(don't) Waste Water!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 0:59


Mirka Wilderer is the CEO of De Nora Water Technologies. De Nora is a leading provider of equipment, systems, disinfection, and filtration solutions for water and wastewater treatment. Back in my years as a sales engineer, I used to map the competitors' landscape when working on large projects. And in my quite specialized world of advanced wastewater treatments, I was very good at predictions, or that's what I thought. One day, on a very large project, I was discussing with the design office, and they had curious Ideas as to how to shape their process. I couldn't recognize any of the patterns; the usual suspects would have left! The reason would reveal some weeks later: there was a new kid on the block, De Nora Water Technologies. If you recall my discussion on that microphone with Reinhard Hübner, we've already seen examples of companies rapidly built from the bottom up in our otherwise conservative sector. But DeNora is again another breed than SKion Water. The water division was created in 2015 from an M&A move involving Severn Trent Services. And since then, the company has followed quite an aggressive track, through internal and external moves, with a double-digit growth that led to a successful initial public offering on the Milano stock exchange last summer.  It's been a while that I wanted to address this trajectory on the podcast, and I had already approached Mirka for this around the BlueTech forum last year in Vancouver, but with the IPO on the horizon, the timing wasn't right.  So when our paths crossed again during Sciens Water's Rethinking Water conference in New York, I couldn't let the opportunity slip away to get some valuable insight on how to successfully go public, keep and develop a hunter mindset, or grow into a fully different area as a before quite traditional family business.  As for Patrick Dekker last week, I was a bit short on time to go into the level of depth I would have liked to. But you'll see that Mirka goes straight to the point and probably delivers a new record in insights per minute on that microphone!  So without further due, I'll let you dive into our conversation. Just remember that if you like what you hear, please take that episode and share it with a colleague, a friend, or your LinkedIn network! Come one, do it, and I'll meet you on the other side! How De Nora Grew from 0 to IPO in 7 Years (with Cheat Codes!)

The CleanTechies Podcast
#68 - How Microfinance Helps Unbanked & The Climate Vulnerable w/ Celyn & Kristen (ShareChange)

The CleanTechies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 59:55


Hello everyone and welcome back to CleanTechies the Podcast. This is episode 68.If you are a climate tech founder with specific questions you'd like us to ask -- OR -- looking for capital and strategic partner introductions, please reach out to me via the Slack Channel or LinkedIn and we are glad to help in any way we can.  Today we are joined by Celyn Brown and Kristen Castell to discuss what ShareChange is doing in the Micro Finance space. This conversation spans broadly across what ShareChange is doing with Micro Lending to Entrepreneurs in unbanked regions but also more broadly about the importance of Micro Finance. Key topics: How big financial institutions can stand to change and how they originally were against Impact Finance How the unbanked populations are also more affected by Climate Change How, in many countries, women are unable to get loans without a man's signature How learning through doing is the best way to get into impact finance We hope you enjoy today's episode - please reach out with any specific questions or discussion points. If you're interested in being a show sponsor you can reach me at silasmahner@gmail.comShareChange Website: https://wesharechange.com/Connect with Kristen: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kriscastell/Connect with Celyn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/celynbrown/Check out our Sponsor, NextWave Partners: https://www.next-wavepartners.com/Join the Slack Channel:  https://cleantechies.slack.com/join/shared_invite/zt-pd2drz6d-N~9nURU5JlyMXv2ZiO5bAQ#/shared-invite/emailFollow CleanTechies on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/clean-techies/ HMU on Twitter: @silasmahner__________We are proud to continue working with NextWave as our official show sponsor for this podcast. NextWave and all of its staff are highly motivated to advance the ClimateTech revolution and are constantly innovating ways that they can help affect that transition. From experts in the talent space to ESG experts, NextWave is taking on Climate and Social responsibility head-on and helping companies build great cultures that not only make the world a better place but also increase workplace satisfaction. Reach out to NextWave Partners today to learn more about how we might partner with you today. https://www.next-wavepartners.com/ / info@next-wavepartners.comSupport the show

Focus On Customer Experience
Texas Trash Talker Stacy Savage

Focus On Customer Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 29:35


Texas Trash Talker Stacy Savage Biography Stacy Savage was born and raised in Southeast Texas where her parents worked at oil refineries for a collective 75 years. Her personal experience with hazy skies, rotten egg smells, and cancers in her family drove her down a professional career path to protect the planet. Mrs. Savage has been a “recycling nerd” for 20 years starting out as a door-to-door community organizer tackling recycling and landfill expansion issues. She played a pivotal role in passing 2 key pieces of statewide legislation for free and responsible recycling of computers and televisions. She served as an Austin City Council appointee on the Zero Waste Advisory Commission (ZWAC), where she helped pass numerous local waste, recycling, and composting ordinances. In 2013, Mrs. Savage founded Zero Waste Strategies, an environmental consulting firm specializing in Zero Waste protocols supporting the Circular Economy. With a client list including Dell, AT&T, Nestle Purina, Kohler, Belden and the City of Austin, among many others, her consultancy works with leaders to reduce waste for increased revenue, deeper customer loyalty, employee empowerment, and a green marketing edge. Send Audience To: https://0waste.org/get-started/ This is the link to my landing page so listeners who are interested in enrolling in my 6-week online training program can see what is offered and the value of transforming their business into a green industry leader.

Explore the Circular Economy
The Circular Economy and Agriculture

Explore the Circular Economy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 31:33


The circular economy is often wrongly characterised as a tech solution, or a solution for tech, but it's about much more than that.As we heard in episode 97, there are two cycles: the technical and biological one. In this episode, we're exploring the latter.Colin Webster from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation talks to farmer and soil advocate Abby Rose, and Gero Leson, Vice President of Special Operations at Dr. Bronner's, to hear about the benefits and practicalities of agriculture in a circular economy.--Useful links:Find out more about food and the circular economyCheck out Abby Rose's podcast FarmeramaLearn more about Dr Bronner's work with farmersDiscover more about the biological and technical cycles Listen to all episodes of the Circular Economy Show PodcastVisit the Ellen MacArthur Foundation's website

I AM BIO
Microbes, Bioplastics … and Art: Solutions to Plastic Pollution

I AM BIO

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 24:19


Plastic is polluting our waterways and oceans, but biotechnology may deliver solutions. Plant-based bioplastics that can break down in months are one solution. Another is mighty microbes bioengineered to speed up consumption of plastic. This episode spotlights scientists, companies and even a filmmaker and artist who are working in different ways to tackle the growing problem of plastic waste. Guests:Scott Tuten, Chief Marketing and Sustainability Officer, Danimer ScientificAndrew Held, Vice President of Engineering & Business, VirentDr. Tae Seok Moon, Associate Professor of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis, Founder and head of the Scientific Advisory Board, Moonshot BioBen Lear, Independent Film Producer/Director

The CleanTechies Podcast
#67 - Is Propane The Perfect Energy Transition Fuel? With Tucker Perkins

The CleanTechies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 48:28


Hello everyone and welcome back to CleanTechies the Podcast. This is episode 67.If you are a climate tech founder with specific questions you'd like us to ask -- OR -- looking for capital and strategic partner introductions, please reach out to me via the Slack Channel or LinkedIn and we are glad to help in any way we can.  Today we speak with Tucker Perkins who is the President and CEO of the Propane Education & Research Council (aka PERC) and we discussed Renewable Propane. Broadly speaking, we covered the basics of the propane industry, how it's made, what the environmental impacts are, and how renewable propane is being made. This was our first time talking about this topic, and for me, it was the first time I really have ever heard the argument for Propane. This was a really fascinating topic as it appears Propane could serve as a really great interim fuel to make immediate impacts on reducing carbon emissions. We hope you enjoy today's episode - please reach out with any specific questions or discussion points. If you're interested in being a show sponsor you can reach me at silasmahner@gmail.comPropane Education & Research Council: https://propane.com/Connect with Tucker: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tucker-perkins-8972a510/Check out our Sponsor, NextWave Partners: https://www.next-wavepartners.com/Join the Slack Channel:  https://cleantechies.slack.com/join/shared_invite/zt-pd2drz6d-N~9nURU5JlyMXv2ZiO5bAQ#/shared-invite/emailFollow CleanTechies on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/clean-techies/ HMU on Twitter: @silasmahner__________We are proud to continue working with NextWave as our official show sponsor for this podcast. NextWave and all of its staff are highly motivated to advance the ClimateTech revolution and are constantly innovating ways that they can help affect that transition. From experts in the talent space to ESG experts, NextWave is taking on Climate and Social responsibility head-on and helping companies build great cultures that not only make the world a better place but also increase workplace satisfaction. Reach out to NextWave Partners today to learn more about how we might partner with you today. https://www.next-wavepartners.com/ / info@next-wavepartners.comSupport the show

Sustainability In The Air
Why the aviation industry needs to embrace the circular economy

Sustainability In The Air

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 53:19


Ramon Sanchez, Principal Investigator at Harvard University urges the industry to work with academia for better sustainability strategies and explains why waiting for SAF to be cheaper is a "lousy strategy".

The Dustin Gold Standard
The Dustin Gold Nugget 59: Understanding The “Circular Economy”... The Technocrat's Scheme To Make Sure You Own Nothing And Accrue No Wealth - EVER!

The Dustin Gold Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 18:43


In Episode 59 of "The Dustin Gold Nugget," Dustin briefly discusses the Circular Economy being pushed by the World Economic Forum. Everything is a scam, a scheme, and a trap designed to drive you into a full blown technocratic control state where you will own nothing - and you will not be happy. Dustin briefly introduced Rexford Guy Tugwell, one of the most important figures in the history of technocracy. Join the discussion and get the ad-free video version of this podcast: Paine.TV/gold Follow Dustin on Twitter: Twitter.com/dustingoldshow and Twitter.com/hackableanimal Get involved with the Telegram discussion: https://t.me/dustingoldshow Join in on live audio conversations: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow Ask a question and get a 60-second answer from me: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow/ask Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dustin Gold Standard
Part 3, Ep 85: What Is The Circular Economy, How Does It Work, What Does It Mean For Me, Why Is World Economic Forum Pushing It, And How Does It Tie In To Technocracy?

The Dustin Gold Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 36:48


In Episode 85 of "The Dustin Gold Standard," Dustin discusses the Circular Economy being pushed by the World Economic Forum. Everything is a scam, a scheme, and a trap designed to drive you into a full blown technocratic control state where you will own nothing - and you will not be happy. How would you like to live in a world, a fake free market capitalist Constitutional Republic, where you rent everything from the state and you are not allowed to own one thing? Dustin introduces Rexford Guy Tugwell, one of the most important figures in the history of technocracy. Dustin explains how Rexford Tugwell ties into FDR's New Deal which was the first major push for technocracy - the total control state. Join the discussion and get the ad-free video version of this podcast: Paine.TV/gold Follow Dustin on Twitter: Twitter.com/dustingoldshow and Twitter.com/hackableanimal Get involved with the Telegram discussion: https://t.me/dustingoldshow Join in on live audio conversations: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow Ask a question and get a 60-second answer from me: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow/ask Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dustin Gold Standard
Part 2, Ep 85: What Is The Circular Economy, How Does It Work, What Does It Mean For Me, Why Is World Economic Forum Pushing It, And How Does It Tie In To Technocracy?

The Dustin Gold Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 33:13


In Episode 85 of "The Dustin Gold Standard," Dustin discusses the Circular Economy being pushed by the World Economic Forum. Everything is a scam, a scheme, and a trap designed to drive you into a full blown technocratic control state where you will own nothing - and you will not be happy. How would you like to live in a world, a fake free market capitalist Constitutional Republic, where you rent everything from the state and you are not allowed to own one thing? Dustin introduces Rexford Guy Tugwell, one of the most important figures in the history of technocracy. Dustin explains how Rexford Tugwell ties into FDR's New Deal which was the first major push for technocracy - the total control state. Join the discussion and get the ad-free video version of this podcast: Paine.TV/gold Follow Dustin on Twitter: Twitter.com/dustingoldshow and Twitter.com/hackableanimal Get involved with the Telegram discussion: https://t.me/dustingoldshow Join in on live audio conversations: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow Ask a question and get a 60-second answer from me: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow/ask Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dustin Gold Standard
Part 1, Ep 85: What Is The Circular Economy, How Does It Work, What Does It Mean For Me, Why Is World Economic Forum Pushing It, And How Does It Tie In To Technocracy?

The Dustin Gold Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 38:57


In Episode 85 of "The Dustin Gold Standard," Dustin discusses the Circular Economy being pushed by the World Economic Forum. Everything is a scam, a scheme, and a trap designed to drive you into a full blown technocratic control state where you will own nothing - and you will not be happy. How would you like to live in a world, a fake free market capitalist Constitutional Republic, where you rent everything from the state and you are not allowed to own one thing? Dustin introduces Rexford Guy Tugwell, one of the most important figures in the history of technocracy. Dustin explains how Rexford Tugwell ties into FDR's New Deal which was the first major push for technocracy - the total control state. Join the discussion and get the ad-free video version of this podcast: Paine.TV/gold Follow Dustin on Twitter: Twitter.com/dustingoldshow and Twitter.com/hackableanimal Get involved with the Telegram discussion: https://t.me/dustingoldshow Join in on live audio conversations: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow Ask a question and get a 60-second answer from me: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow/ask Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dustin Gold Standard
Part 4, Ep 85: What Is The Circular Economy, How Does It Work, What Does It Mean For Me, Why Is World Economic Forum Pushing It, And How Does It Tie In To Technocracy?

The Dustin Gold Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 33:36


In Episode 85 of "The Dustin Gold Standard," Dustin discusses the Circular Economy being pushed by the World Economic Forum. Everything is a scam, a scheme, and a trap designed to drive you into a full blown technocratic control state where you will own nothing - and you will not be happy. How would you like to live in a world, a fake free market capitalist Constitutional Republic, where you rent everything from the state and you are not allowed to own one thing? Dustin introduces Rexford Guy Tugwell, one of the most important figures in the history of technocracy. Dustin explains how Rexford Tugwell ties into FDR's New Deal which was the first major push for technocracy - the total control state. Join the discussion and get the ad-free video version of this podcast: Paine.TV/gold Follow Dustin on Twitter: Twitter.com/dustingoldshow and Twitter.com/hackableanimal Get involved with the Telegram discussion: https://t.me/dustingoldshow Join in on live audio conversations: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow Ask a question and get a 60-second answer from me: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow/ask Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dustin Gold Standard
Ep 85, Part 4: Who Is Technocrat Rexford Guy Tugwell Of FDR's Brain Trust? There Is Strong Evidence That The “New Deal” Was The First Step In Technocracy For The Masses.

The Dustin Gold Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 33:36


In Episode 85 of "The Dustin Gold Standard," Dustin discusses the Circular Economy being pushed by the World Economic Forum. Everything is a scam, a scheme, and a trap designed to drive you into a full blown technocratic control state where you will own nothing - and you will not be happy. How would you like to live in a world, a fake free market capitalist Constitutional Republic, where you rent everything from the state and you are not allowed to own one thing? Dustin introduces Rexford Guy Tugwell, one of the most important figures in the history of technocracy. Dustin explains how Rexford Tugwell ties into FDR's New Deal which was the first major push for technocracy - the total control state. Join the discussion and get the ad-free video version of this podcast: Paine.TV/gold Follow Dustin on Twitter: Twitter.com/dustingoldshow and Twitter.com/hackableanimal Get involved with the Telegram discussion: https://t.me/dustingoldshow Join in on live audio conversations: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow Ask a question and get a 60-second answer from me: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow/ask Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dustin Gold Standard
Ep 85, Part 3: Who Is Technocrat Rexford Guy Tugwell Of FDR's Brain Trust? There Is Strong Evidence That The “New Deal” Was The First Step In Technocracy For The Masses.

The Dustin Gold Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 36:48


In Episode 85 of "The Dustin Gold Standard," Dustin discusses the Circular Economy being pushed by the World Economic Forum. Everything is a scam, a scheme, and a trap designed to drive you into a full blown technocratic control state where you will own nothing - and you will not be happy. How would you like to live in a world, a fake free market capitalist Constitutional Republic, where you rent everything from the state and you are not allowed to own one thing? Dustin introduces Rexford Guy Tugwell, one of the most important figures in the history of technocracy. Dustin explains how Rexford Tugwell ties into FDR's New Deal which was the first major push for technocracy - the total control state. Join the discussion and get the ad-free video version of this podcast: Paine.TV/gold Follow Dustin on Twitter: Twitter.com/dustingoldshow and Twitter.com/hackableanimal Get involved with the Telegram discussion: https://t.me/dustingoldshow Join in on live audio conversations: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow Ask a question and get a 60-second answer from me: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow/ask Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dustin Gold Standard
Ep 85, Part 2: Who Is Technocrat Rexford Guy Tugwell Of FDR's Brain Trust? There Is Strong Evidence That The “New Deal” Was The First Step In Technocracy For The Masses.

The Dustin Gold Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 33:13


In Episode 85 of "The Dustin Gold Standard," Dustin discusses the Circular Economy being pushed by the World Economic Forum. Everything is a scam, a scheme, and a trap designed to drive you into a full blown technocratic control state where you will own nothing - and you will not be happy. How would you like to live in a world, a fake free market capitalist Constitutional Republic, where you rent everything from the state and you are not allowed to own one thing? Dustin introduces Rexford Guy Tugwell, one of the most important figures in the history of technocracy. Dustin explains how Rexford Tugwell ties into FDR's New Deal which was the first major push for technocracy - the total control state. Join the discussion and get the ad-free video version of this podcast: Paine.TV/gold Follow Dustin on Twitter: Twitter.com/dustingoldshow and Twitter.com/hackableanimal Get involved with the Telegram discussion: https://t.me/dustingoldshow Join in on live audio conversations: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow Ask a question and get a 60-second answer from me: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow/ask Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dustin Gold Standard
Ep 85, Part 1: Who Is Technocrat Rexford Guy Tugwell Of FDR's Brain Trust? There Is Strong Evidence That The “New Deal” Was The First Step In Technocracy For The Masses.

The Dustin Gold Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 38:57


In Episode 85 of "The Dustin Gold Standard," Dustin discusses the Circular Economy being pushed by the World Economic Forum. Everything is a scam, a scheme, and a trap designed to drive you into a full blown technocratic control state where you will own nothing - and you will not be happy. How would you like to live in a world, a fake free market capitalist Constitutional Republic, where you rent everything from the state and you are not allowed to own one thing? Dustin introduces Rexford Guy Tugwell, one of the most important figures in the history of technocracy. Dustin explains how Rexford Tugwell ties into FDR's New Deal which was the first major push for technocracy - the total control state. Join the discussion and get the ad-free video version of this podcast: Paine.TV/gold Follow Dustin on Twitter: Twitter.com/dustingoldshow and Twitter.com/hackableanimal Get involved with the Telegram discussion: https://t.me/dustingoldshow Join in on live audio conversations: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow Ask a question and get a 60-second answer from me: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow/ask Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

(don't) Waste Water!
[Extract] PFOA is 100'000 times more toxic than we thought - Henrik Hagemann - Puraffin

(don't) Waste Water!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 0:59


Henrik Hagemann is the CEO and co-founder of Puraffinity. Puraffinity is a GreenTech Company that designs smart materials for environmental applications. As you may have discovered by Season 4, Episode 1, they strive to solve the daunting PFAS / Forever chemicals challenge we face. We all have PFAS in our blood, and this for quite a simple reason: forever chemicals are everywhere around us. For the better and, let's face it, often the worse, we use PFAS in so many parts of our daily lives that it would be almost impossible to ban them.  This wouldn't be much of a problem if they weren't that toxic: I know, thank you, captain obvious.  Yet, PFAS also confronts the Water Sector with a complex equation to solve. On the one hand, we'd like to protect everyone from toxic substances, and with the advancement of technology, we can, but on the other hand, doing so is still prohibitively expensive today if we were to do it on a large scale.  Sure, promising new ways might change the name of the game; we've, for instance, discussed on that microphone how supercritical water oxidation could eliminate PFAS and everything else theoretically in an even energy-positive fashion. But we're still far from the large scale today. Let's pause here for a second and apply some advice we heard here a while ago from Claudia Winkler and Alice Schmidt: let's zoom out before we zoom in. We need PFAS in so many of the products we use, so we produce PFAS. And then, we realize more and more how dangerous they are, so we destroy PFAS. And the cycle goes on. Don't you think there may be a better way? Well, that's what we'll explore today with Henrik. And he'll do that much better than me, so I won't spoil you with what he explains so well! I'll let you buckle up for a fascinating 360-degree update on PFAS, where we discuss regulations, recycling, new treatments and their limits, perspectives, and even Erin Brockovich! And remember, if you like what you hear, please share that episode around you. Send it to a friend, a colleague, or your LinkedIn network; come one, do it, and I'll meet you on the other side! Should We Really Destroy PFAS? No! Your Fridge Knows a Better Way.

Bridging the Gap
Carbon Capture and the Circular Economy

Bridging the Gap

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 37:52


What is a circular economy? What does it have to do with Contech, green construction, and “Big Data”? Join host Todd and guest Alfredo Carrato as they discuss true sustainability in construction, the technology behind carbon capture, and the “industrialization of sustainability.” Alfredo Carrato is the Venture Capital Advisor at CEMEX Ventures. He is a trained architect, BIM enthusiast and college professor who scouts for breakthrough technologies and solutions in the decarbonization space for the construction industry. As a Venture Capital Advisor, he oversees investment activities and strategic partnerships in CEMEX Ventures putting a special focus on startups that effectively tackle the carbon footprint challenge of the built sector.

Explore the Circular Economy
The Circular Economy and Repair

Explore the Circular Economy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 16:20


What do you do when something you own, say a toaster, breaks? You've usually got two options: fix it, or replace it. It often feels like replacing an item is easier than repairing it, and the most cost-effective solution. But in a circular economy, we want goods and materials to stay in circulation at high value for as long as possible. So how does that work in reality?In this new series, Colin Webster from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation explores individual elements of the circular economy.In this episode, he's joined by Dr Conny Bakker, Professor of Design Methodology for Sustainability and Circular Economy at TU Delft, and Josephine Philips, the founder and CEO of Sojo, a UK-based third party clothing repair service, to discuss the role of repair.--Useful links:Learn more about the EU's Right to Repair legislation Find out more about Conny Bakker's workDiscover more about SojoRead more about how circulating products and materials contributes to a circular economyListen to all episodes of the Circular Economy Show PodcastVisit the Ellen MacArthur Foundation's website

The CleanTechies Podcast
#66 - Decarbonizing Residential Energy Usage & Saving Homeowners Money with Greg from Elevation

The CleanTechies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 41:44


Hello everyone and welcome back to CleanTechies the Podcast. This is episode 66.If you are a climate tech founder with specific questions you'd like us to ask -- OR -- looking for capital and strategic partner introductions, please reach out to me via the Slack Channel or LinkedIn and we are glad to help in any way we can.  Today we are joined by Greg Fasullo from Elevation.  They are helping holistically transform residential energy usage. They do 3 things primarily. Help  visualize energy usage for homeowners in a very easy wayInstall solar to help reduce environmental impacts and save moneyHelp utilities manage demand response programsWe talk in detail about all these things along with some other things including...how their data tracking can offer feedback to appliance manufacturers how an energy-efficient home affects real estate valueshow his time at Berkeley shaped him virtual power plantsWe hope you enjoy today's episode - please reach out with any specific questions or discussion points. If you're interested in being a show sponsor you can reach me at silasmahner@gmail.comElevation Website: https://www.poweredbyelevation.com/Connect with Greg: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregfasullo/Check out our Sponsor, NextWave Partners: https://www.next-wavepartners.com/Join the Slack Channel:  https://cleantechies.slack.com/join/shared_invite/zt-pd2drz6d-N~9nURU5JlyMXv2ZiO5bAQ#/shared-invite/emailFollow CleanTechies on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/clean-techies/ HMU on Twitter: @silasmahner__________We are proud to continue working with NextWave as our official show sponsor for this podcast. NextWave and all of its staff are highly motivated to advance the ClimateTech revolution and are constantly innovating ways that they can help affect that transition. From experts in the talent space to ESG experts, NextWave is taking on Climate and Social responsibility head-on and helping companies build great cultures that not only make the world a better place but also increase workplace satisfaction. Reach out to NextWave Partners today to learn more about how we might partner with you today. https://www.next-wavepartners.com/ / info@next-wavepartners.comSupport the show

Tad Talks Sustainability
Infinitely Recyclable: How Aluminum is Contributing to the Circular Economy with Suzanne Lindsay-Walker from Novelis