Episode 69: An inconvenient podcast; Bechtel engineers green infrastructure
Welcome to this World Water Day edition of GreenBiz 350, where we discuss a number of ways to be good stewards of our global drinking water.
The podcast will be taking a short spring break next week, but we'll return to regular programming in April. Until then, click play on the track above to listen, or you can stream and download every episode on iTunes, Soundcloud or any of the various other platforms.
World Water Day in Review
Tune in at 5:00 minutes for a weekly roundup of news.
- Circular water companies make a splash heard ‘round the world
- Entrepreneurs can help in the quest for safe drinking water
- Compelling new data on why we shouldn't waste wastewater
An in-depth look at two stories changing the game for green business.
Bechtel engineers a new sustainability agenda (11:40)
GreenBiz editor in chief Joel Makower spoke with Tam Nguyen, the global head of sustainability for Bechtel. He lets us into the engineering firm's efforts around green infrastructure in the Philippines, the SDGs and building resilient communities.
A week inside Al Gore's climate reality (26:20)
GreenBiz editor at large Kathrin Winkler tells us about the lessons she learned during her recent training in former Vice President Al Gore's Climate Reality Project Leadership Corps.
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