Week in Review
Stories discussed this week (3:45).
- Can Shell pilot a new era of sustainable aviation?
- The oil and gas industry’s search for purpose in a climate-disrupted world
- Can California’s cap and trade address environmental justice?
- BofA, BlackRock and State Street talk stakeholder primacy — and fall short
The road ahead for sustainable transportation (21:40)
Katie Fehrenbacher, senior writer and transportation analyst for GreenBiz, reflects 10 key trends from 2020 that will — or should — shape priorities in the 12 months ahead. Among them: bridge fuels to zero-emissions fleets; the public transit crisis; and what policies are mapping the journey.
Year-end reflections from the GreenBiz 30 Under 30 (34:35)
As we did at the end of 2019 and beginning of 2020, we feature the voices of our vibrant community in this episode and on Jan. 8. Participants considered this question: What’s the most significant way that the events of 2020 changed your job or perspective as a sustainability professional? What’s your priority for 2021, as a result? Here are six responses from past 30 Under 30 honorees:
- Jarami Bond, chief storyteller at Bond Studio
- Holly Beale, program manager, datacenter environmental sustainability, Microsoft
- Ben Price, NOVA external ventures manager, Saint-Gobain
- Catherine Nabukalu, project coordinator, District of Columbia Sustainable Energy Utility
- Jose Salazar, senior specialist, CSRone
- Sarah Reed, program manager, Electrification Coalition
*Music in this episode by Lee Rosevere: "Curiosity," "Waiting for the Moment that Never Comes," "Everywhere," "Start the Day," "Looking Back" and "All the Answers"
*Music in this episode by AdmiralBob77: "Two Guitars" and "Sax, Guitar and Organ at the Club"
*This episode was sponsored by Salesforce
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