Episode 70: How to cash in on circularity; L'Oreal's women lead on climate
On this week's podcast: L'Oreal banks on women to lead the climate fight; protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline cause international banks to divest.
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Week in Review
Tune in at 5:00 minutes for a weekly roundup of news.
- GreenBiz and WBCSD to partner on '30 Under 30' recognition
- Why can't utility execs stand up for the climate?
- Banks like ING and DNB are backing away from pipelines
An in-depth look at two stories changing the game for green business.
For L'Oreal, women are the face of a low-carbon future (18:18)
GreenBiz senior writer Heather Clancy spoke to L’Oreal’s Chief Sustainability Officer Alexandra Palt at the C40 Women4Climate summit about the company's unique method of incentivizing climate action among its employees, and why the company is focusing its efforts on women in order to facilitate broader action around climate.
Getting to an ROI on circularity (27:45)
GreenBiz senior writer Barbara Grady spoke to Adrian Wain, the circular economy specialist at UL EHS Sustainability about identifying the business metrics that are applicable to circular economy practices based on the experiences of early practitioners such as Philips Lighting, Patagonia and H&M.
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