Episode 169: Schwarzenegger on climate change, Maersk dips toe in sustainable shipping
Plus, a visit from the executive director of The Solutions Project, the clean energy advocacy group co-founded by actor Mark Ruffalo.
Week in Review
Tune in around 4:11 for commentary on this week's stories.
- Maersk charts course toward sustainable shipping
- COOP: Putting carbon back in its place
- The fight to define regenerative agriculture
Arnold Schwarzenegger is still fighting climate change (14:10)
Listen in for some outtakes from a longer interview with former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger conducted by our friends at the Political Climate podcast, which is dedicated to amplifying bipartisan dialogues about addressing critical environmental and social concerns. Co-host Julia Pyper chats with us about Schwarzenegger's savvy messaging strategy, the dangers of gerrymandering and how his background as a bodybuilder shaped his philosophy toward fighting global warming and other environmental issues.
Telling the story of clean energy solutions (24:05)
Sarah Shanley Hope is executive director of The Solutions Project, an organization dedicated to championing communities leading the march to 100 percent clean energy — vision that seemed laughable when the group was founded by a group including actor Mark Ruffalo. The next frontier: investing in elevating "feminine leadership and frontline leaders of color." As she tells GreenBiz Executive Editor Joel Makower: "As we think about this next phase, it's really looking to the leaders that are already around us." Tune in for more about what's next.
* All music in this episode by Lee Rosevere: "Waiting for the Moment that Never Comes," "Arcade Montage," "Thinking It Over" and "As I Was Saying."
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