Episode 94: C&A talks Cradle to Cradle; urban transport innovates

GreenBiz 350 Podcast

Episode 94: C&A talks Cradle to Cradle; urban transport innovates

Week in Review

Tune in around 7:00 for a weekly roundup of news.

1. Walmart takes bold steps toward sustainable chemicals

2. How C&A created the first Cradle to Cradle T-shirt 

3. The real impact of impact investing 

Featured stories

An in-depth look at stories changing the game for business and sustainability.

1. The Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance grows up (25:20)

The latest REBA gathering, during VERGE 17, attracted more than 400 buyers, service providers, developers, financiers and others actively engaged in renewables procurement. Facebook, Marriott International and Goldman Sachs offer snippets of advice for stakeholders. 

2. The future of urban transport (30:05)

We partnered with UPS to look at the impact of warehousing, transportation and goods delivery on cities  and strategies for an environmentally sustainable city center.

3. Does your city need a chief innovation officer? (41:40)

Lewis Stewart, CIO of Sacramento, is changing the narrative around the role technology plays in deepening inclusivity, enhancing urban mobility and attracting talent and private-sector investment to cities. 

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Technical direction for GreenBiz 350 by Stephanie May Joyce.

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