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GreenBiz 350 Podcast

Episode 60: Inauguration Day, Davos and waste in Hollywood

Welcome to GreenBiz 350! Today is the long-awaited Inauguration Day, and though we'll briefly broach the subject, in this episode we'll mainly stick to what we do best: bringing you the week's news and stories about sustainable business.

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GreenBiz week in review

Tune in at 4:45 minutes for a weekly roundup of news.

Featured stories

An in-depth look at two stories changing the game for green business. 

What happens to movie sets after the last scene has been shot?  (24:50)

Vijay Sudan, Executive Director of Social Impact at 21st Century Fox delved into the production company's efforts to curb the material waste from TV and movie sets such as wood and styrofoam set dressings. 

P&G commits to waste naught  (35:35)

GreenBiz Editor in Chief Joel Makower spoke to Virgine Helias, Vice president of Global Sustainability for Proctor & Gamble, about the company's recent commitment to eliminate all manufacturing waste from all global production sites by 2020, and how they are using the principles of a circular economy to manufacture goods that are designed to be reused.

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Technical direction for GreenBiz 350 by Sureya Melkonian.

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