Wednesday February 27, 2013 - Tony LaCasse, the New England Aquarium’s Media Relations Director speaks with Bryan Sheehan about the exciting environmental educational and scientific work they’re doing. You may know of the New England Aquarium as a great place to learn about some of the fascinating fish, sea mammals and other species and features of our seas and oceans. What you may not be as aware of, however, is the extent of the work that the Aquarium is doing in the areas of conservation, species and habitat preservation, climate science and much more. To listen to the audio >>
January 30, 2013: Kris Abrams, the Director of Communications and Donor Relations for Global Greengrants Fund, joins host Bryan Sheehan to share how this US-based non-profit supports environmental action through small grants to local communities and groups around the world. Learn how this organization supports change from the ground up by channeling donations to hyper-local projects and grassroots campaigns for environmental and social justice, primarily in the developing world and emerging economies.
To listen see the Local Ecology page in Audio Archives>>
December 26, 2012: Poly Recovery’s innovative recycling model: John Pelech, CEO, and Mike Mooney, General Manager of Poly Recovery, discuss their company’s innovative business model for recovering and recycling a wide range of plastics and other materials. Learn about the innovative partnerships Poly Recovery has forged, to turn what used to be ‘waste’ into valuable resources for other companies and processes, and how Poly Recovery is drastically shortening the transportation distances in their regional resource recovery market.
To listen please go to Recycling and Resources in the Audio Archives >>
November 28, 2012 - Terry Kellogg joins host Bryan Sheehan to discuss the vision, mission, and positive impact of this organization that coordinates a growing network of over 1,200 businesses of all sizes around the world that donate 1% of their annual revenue to a network of over 3,100 environmentally-focused non-profit organizations. They are helping to reduce our collective environmental impact and be more restorative around the world! Go to Corporate Responsibility in the Audio Archives >>
October 31, 2012 – Bill Whyte, CEO and "Head Badger" of WS Badger Company, makers of organic and environmentally-conscious balms and face, hair and body products, joins host Bryan Sheehan to discuss Badger’s sustainability mission, key environmentally and socially-responsible practices. Their sustainable practices positively impact the company, its customers, the community, and the environment.
Sept 2012 Gain insight into one of the formal education opportunities that exist in the area of sustainability.
Bryan Sheehan interviews Karen Martinsen Fleming, Program Director of the Sustainability MBA Program at Green Mountain College in Poultney, VT to discuss the latest trends in business school sustainability education, including balancing theory and practice, emerging program structures, student expectations and experiences, and the job market for graduates of these programs. Karen also shares some of the specific ways the Green Mountain College program has addressed these trends.