Episode 106: Resilience is the 'new normal'; rebuilding PR's grid
The Year Ahead
Sustainability leaders discuss their year-ahead hopes.
1. John Elkington (5:52)
2. Bob Langert (22:00)
3. Aron Cramer (37:57)
4. Andrew Beebe (55:00)
Week in Review
Tune in around 6:52 for a weekly roundup of news.
1. What's possible and what's probable in Puerto Rico (23:45)
It's been months since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico's power transmission and generation systems, and one-third of the island is still without power. Developers are assessing strategies that can help, as Cassandra Sweet reports in "Here's how clean energy could help Puerto Rico navigate out of the dark."
2. The circular economy goes global (38:46)
Lower-income countries such as Rwanda, South Africa and India are already ahead of the curve in circular economy applications. How will the policies of established economies, and new technology, affect them? Heather Clancy interviewed Johanna Lehne of Chatham House: The Royal Institute of International Affairs about the opportunities of a global shift in resource use.
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