Episode 82: Greening the big Apple; Peter Seligmann's graceful exit
Week in review
Tune in around 5:20 for a weekly roundup of news.
Q&A with Mark B. Dunkerley, CEO, Hawaiian Airlines
An in-depth look at stories changing the game for green business in Hawaii and beyond.
The house that Peter built (20:10)
In this Exit Interview, GreenBiz Executive Editor Joel Makower interviews Peter Seligmann, co-founder of the global environmental nonprofit Conservation International, as he reflects on 30 years of growth and change while preparing to step down.
Q&A with Joshua Stanbro, Chief Resilience Officer, City of Honolulu (30:05)
Associate Editor Anya Khalamayzer interviews Stanbro, who has been in the newly-created role for four weeks, thus bringing a fresh perspective to meeting Hawaii's modern challenges of climate change, sea level rise, energy equity and more. But he's not alone: the citizens of Honolulu are behind him, and the city is an inaugural member of the global Rockefeller 100 Resilient Cities Foundation.
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