Episode 48: Data-driven supply chains, accidental environmentalists

GreenBiz 350 Podcast

Episode 48: Data-driven supply chains, accidental environmentalists

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Welcome to a special edition of the GreenBiz 350 podcast.

With Executive Editor Joel Makower out on a well-deserved holiday, Senior Writer Heather Clancy joins us this week to talk supply chains, cities, clean energy and the future of farming.

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GreenBiz week in review

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2016 election: The home stretch

Third parties, Donald Trump and the high stakes on climate in the Presidential election. David Crane weighs in with the piece, "What are you doing the next four weeks?"

Climate action goes local

From Silicon Valley cities shifting away from utility-provided power to Mayors mulling the local impact of the Sustainable Development Goals, local is the new large-scale climate action.

A new set of wheels for your Tesla?

Serious progress on climate goals needs to go hand in hand with new transportation infrastructure, argues Autodesk's Emma Stewart in the article "To build the future, change these 'stone wheels on a Tesla.'"

Featured stories

An in-depth look at two stories changing the game for green business. Tune in around 19:30 and 35:15 for this week's features.

See-through supply chains?

Where are we now with supply chain transparency? Senior Writer Lauren Hepler explains in a piece on CDP's corporate supply chain sustainability, "Risk, the data revolution and life post-Paris for CDP's supply chain program."

Future food

Bestselling author and Environmental Defense Fund Special Projects Writer Miriam Horn weighs in on the state of sustainable agriculture in an interview on her new book, Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman: Conservation Heroes of the American Heartland.

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