Episode 61: 100RC debuts all 100 cities; Cambrian's water-as-a-service model
Executive Editor Joel Makower and Senior Writer Lauren Hepler take on the sustainability news of this week.
Finally, follow along with the stories, companies and initiatives mentioned during the show with the guide below:
GreenBiz week in review
Tune in at 3:55 minutes for a weekly roundup of news.
- California's Grid Geeks, six-part series
- Why green bonds are reaching record highs
- How P&G, Unilever are washing beaches clean of plastic
- Can artificial intelligence make supply chains sustainable?
An in-depth look at two stories changing the game for green business.
Inside Cambrian's water-as-a-service financing model (17:00)
GreenBiz senior writer Heather Clancy spoke to Matt Silver, founder and CEO of Cambrian, about the company's innovative financing model called a water-energy purchase agreement (WEPA). Cambrian will install and operate wastewater treatment systems on a customer’s behalf over the lifetime of the contract.
100RC and C40 joining forces on partnership (27:30)
100 Resilient Cities (100RC) has worked to instate Chief Resilience Officers into the governments of 100 cities around the world. GreenBiz senior writer Lauren Helper spoke to Michael Berkowitz, president of 100RC at the Rockefeller Foundation, about the the relationship between cities and national governments and about next steps for the organization.