This week's run time is 41:50.
WEEK IN REVIEW (4:45)
- Walmart reaches halfway to Project Gigaton
- Coca-Cola bottler and Rabobank partner on sustainability-linked finance plan for suppliers
- Vattenfall and electric bike firm Cake team on "fossil-free" motorcycle
Britain's changing of the guard (15:05)
Where does Britain's new prime minister stand on the country's net-zero agenda? BusinessGreen editor-in-chief James Murray drops by with a view on how multinational corporations can expect Liz Truss to act on the energy and climate crisis.
What it means to be a leader on climate action (25:10)
GreenBiz vice president and senior analyst Dylan Siegler speaks with Renee Lertzman, a climate psychologist and environmental strategist who has worked with the likes of Google and the White House, talks about how sustainability and ESG leaders can stay energized in uncertain times. Featuring perspective and insights from Haley Lowry, global sustainability director at Dow.
*Music in this episode: Lee Rosevere: "And So Then," "More On That Later," "Start the Day," "Under Suspicion" and "Let That Sink In."
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