Episode 201: Lessons from COP25, listeners share 2019 revelations
Plus, how to have productive conversations about climate during your holiday gatherings.
Week in Review
Commentary of some of this week's stories begins at 4:02.
- Why the COP25 carbon market discussion failure matters
- US businesses stand by the Paris Agreement at COP25
- How blockchain could help put the Paris Agreement on course, from the bottom up
- Top 10 transportation trends to watch 2020
- A holiday talk about the climate crisis? Yes, please
Your voices: Look back on 2019
- Trisa Thompson, advisor at Plan C Advisors (19:25)
- Keith Heidecom, vice president of sustainability at Locus Agricultural Solutions (20:20)
- Celeste Popitz, Boston University MBA student (21:34)
- Andrew Green, environmental sustainability officer at Capital One (22:50)
- Will Sarni, founder of Water Foundry (23:22)
- Peter Kelly-Detwiler, NorthBridge Energy Partners (24:32)
Have something you want to say about the year ahead? We'll feature more GreenBiz community voices in the first podcast of January 2020, on Jan. 10. The question you should answer: What’s your biggest professional ambition for 2020? If you'd like to submit your thoughts for either, please alert us at [email protected], and we'll send you the recording and submission guidelines.
*Music in this episode by Lee Rosevere: "Arcade Montage," "Curiosity," "Here's The Thing," "And So Then"
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