Episode 65: Kashi grows 'transitional' wheat; circularity takes off in cities
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Week in Review
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- Behind the forces disrupting the CSO's role, with a clip from BSR CEO Aron Cramer at GreenBiz 17
- Why more NGOs are seeking corporate allies, with a clip from Sierra Club executive director Michael Brune at GreenBiz 17
- GM, Steelcase see a web of opportunity in the circular economy
An in-depth look at two stories changing the game for green business.
Kashi steps up purchases from farms transitioning to organics (13:37)
Clips from a GreenBiz 17 keynote session featuring Kashi CEO David Denholm where he discusses the company's "transitional" label for products that support farms as they make the switch from conventional to organic.
Why businesses should think small on sustainable cities (20:30)
Shannon Schuyler, chief purpose officer and corporate responsibility leader at PwC, talks about tailoring corporate projects in cities to fit their communities. Phoenix's Mayor Greg Stanton discusses his city's political obstacles to becoming circular.
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