How We Can Ingrain Car Sharing Into American Culture. With Aric Ohana
Aric is the CEO/Founder of Envoy There a startup making Electric Vehicles an amenity. Ian Sumner sits downs with Aric to learn about how car sharing can be ingrained into American Culture.
How You Can Bank Sustainably Today. With Ravi Mikkelsen
Ravi Mikkelsen joins us to share how switching to the right bank can actually accelerate our move to sustainable energy & resources across the board.
Why Venture Capital Needs Morals – With Joel Solomon
How to use capitalism to drive social progress with Joel Solomon. In this episode, he shows how we can use money to drive positive impact in the world.
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Your A/C Probably Sucks. With Liam Berryman
There’s no one magic bullet to solving the climate crisis – there are many different solutions we need…tune in as Ian Sumner speaks with Liam Berryman about what role material science plays in solving the climate crisis, and why your A/C Sucks.
The True Carbon Cost Of What You Eat
Tune into Off The Grid with Sue Marshall of NetZRO and Elliot Roth of Spira Inc as they discuss how what we are eating is contributing to the increased severity of climate change. Dive into some hot takes on how you can take ownership of decarbonizing our food supply chain from production to waste.
You Can Be As Impactful As A Celebrity. With Debbie Levin
You Can Be As Impactful As A Celebrity… tune in as Ian Sumner speaks with Debbie Levin, CEO of The Environmental Media Association, about how you can use social media to communicate sustainability and have as much impact as a celebrity.
Do you even know what a carbon footprint is? With Victoria Beall
Our carbon footprints are much larger than we think…tune in as Ian Sumner speaks with Victoria Beall about how you can understand what a carbon footprint even means and what you can do about it!
Break down what composting is, green-washing associated with bio-plastics and how do we remove the need for single use plastics?