This week's run time is 41:20.
A programming note: This episode marks the last edition of the GreenBiz 350 podcast with Joel Makower as co-host. The podcast will be on hiatus until this fall. Watch for the next season to drop after Labor Day, wherever you listen to podcasts.
ON OUR MINDS (10:55)
Co-hosts Joel Makower, co-founder and chairman of GreenBiz Group, and Heather Clancy, editorial director, discuss the following stories:
- Why plastic-eating enzymes are in fashion with Lululemon, Patagonia, Stella McCartney and Puma
- New code of conduct for buying carbon credits launches
- There’s more to the Ford, GM, Rivian and Tesla charging story
Insights and revelations from GreenFin 23 (26:10)
Close to 900 professionals gathered in Boston this week for discussions around ESG reporting, transition finances and other investment issues. We feature three sets of clips from the plenary program:
- Leo Strine, former chief justice of the Delaware Supreme Court, and currently Of Counsel in the Corporate Department at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz — On why we need to reframe ESG as simply responsible corporate behavior
- Lynn Forester de Rothschild, founder and co-chair of the Council for Inclusive Capitalism; and Ron O'Hanley, chairman and CEO of State Street — On the question of whether stakeholder engagement prioritizes values over value
- Sen. Edward Markey of Massachusetts — On why corporate transparency is absolutely critical to inspire the clean economy transition
MUSIC IN THIS EPISODE
Lee Rosevere: "I’m Going for a Coffee," "Don’t Trust the Cloud," "Let That Sink In."
Roman Belov: "Spirit Blossom."