Episode 72: The scoop on Walmart's Project Gigaton; March for Science explained
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Week in Review
Tune in at 3:00 minutes for a weekly roundup of news.
- Can we really solve the million-piece climate puzzle?
- Why B Corporations are at a crossroads
- Marijuana meets Big Food: Why green weed isn't easy to grow
An in-depth look at two stories changing the game for green business.
Why march for science? (16:00)
GreenBiz senior writer Barbara Grady explains the motivations behind the nationwide "March for Science" occurring Saturday as she heads off to the flagship gathering in Washington, D.C.
Walmart’s plan to lift a gigaton of carbon from its supply chain (23:13)
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News, events, webcasts — the list goes on. Keep your finger on the pulse of the latest in sustainability by keeping up with GreenBiz.
• We've just commenced voting for VERGE Hawaii Accelerate, enabling you to check out and vote on the best 60-second pitch videos from our 20 semi-finalists. Your votes, open through April 30, will help determine which entrepreneurs get to pitch on the mainstage at VERGE Hawaii in June.
• The GreenBiz Intelligence Panel is the survey body we poll regularly throughout the year on key trends and developments in sustainability. To become part of the panel, click here. Enrolling is free and should take 2 minutes.
• Nominations for our 2017 "30 Under 30" are coming in at a great clip, but we're keen to make sure we cover all bases before the April 28 deadline. Know some up-and-coming talent in sustainable business? To qualify, the nominee cannot have reached his or her 30th birthday by June 5, 2017, when we plan to publish this year's list. Let us know who you think should be honored, and why (you can nominate yourself) via this brief submission form.
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