This week's run time is 40:03.
ON OUR MINDS (4:00)
Co-hosts Joel Makower, co-founder and executive chair of GreenBiz, and Heather Clancy, editorial director, discuss the following stories:
- 10 badass women centering environmental justice at work
- Choosing between the public and private sector? Why not both?
- High Seas Treaty: UN member states seal historic deal to protect international waters
- High Seas Treaty: What does it mean for business?
Dark anniversaries (18:20)
James Murray, editor-in-chief of BusinessGreen in the U.K., takes stock of sustainability in Britain and the European Union as the war in the Ukraine moves into its second year and the world marks the three-year anniversary of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Talking about risky business (28:30)
A conversation with David Carlin, head of climate risk and TCFD for the UN Environment Programme Finance Initiative, on how his work with global banks and investors on best practices for managing and disclosing climate risk shifts in a new regulatory landscape
MUSIC IN THIS EPISODE
Coma Media: "Chill Abstract (Intention)."
Dayfox: "Sweet Love"
Lee Rosevere: "I’m Going for a Coffee," "Quirky Small Town Characters," "Let That Sink In."
Coma Studio: "Soft Beat"
Nominations for the 2023 GreenBiz 30 Under 30 list are open until March 31.