In Episode 13 of The Climate Changer Podcast, Waterwise's Hazel Lewis returns to chat Water Saving Week 2018. We walk through a truly water-aware day, tips for reducing your personal water footprint, and how to get involved with the week's festivities. ✔ Join our family of subscribers: http://www.paulgehres.com#subscribe ► Listen to the next episodes of The Climate Changer Podcast: http://www.paulgehres.com/podcast Follow Paul on social media: ✔ Like on Facebook:...
In Episode 12 of The Climate Changer Podcast, Helen Newcombe of DavyJ discusses launching her circular economy startup - an active women's swimwear brand featuring stylish, durable swimsuits made from recycled ocean waste. Full Show Notes at: https://www.paulgehres.com/blog/show-notes-ccp-112-davyj For more on DavyJ... Website: www.davyj.org Instagram: instagram.com/davyjs Facebook: facebook.com/davyjswimwear/ Twitter: twitter.com/davyJs
In Episode 11 of The Climate Changer Podcast, Gemma James of the UN Principles for Responsible Investment (UNPRI) discusses fracking and the merits of investor engagement in natural resource (extractives industry) projects.
In Episode 10 of The Climate Changer Podcast, ethicist Dr Travis Rieder joins us to discuss the moral dilemma of whether to have children in a resource-constrained, climate changing world. Full show notes at: http://www.paulgehres.com/blog/interview-with-travis-rieder-population-bioethics-and-climat
In Episode 8 of The Climate Changer Podcast, Morgan Gillespy (Head of CDP Water) discusses her work on corporate water stewardship, the influence of water-focused Sustainable Development Goals, and exciting new initiatives like Context-Based Targets.
In Episode 7 of the Climate Changer Podcast, legal researcher Lovleen Bhullar discusses her research on water pollution in India including rights-based approaches, agency fragmentation, and the complexities of measuring the ’success’ of initiatives.