The Fairmarketeers Ethical Business Podcast
About This Show
Inspiring People Doing Inspiring Things.
Every week, we interview a leading business mind to get the latest ideas and inspiration about running a more ethical business.
No junk, just compelling stories about how they got to where they are and actionable tactics you can use in your own business now.
A new episode is uploaded every week, so make sure you subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher to make sure you never miss out!
Most Recent Episode
Episode 36 - Tackling Climate change in New Ways with Professor Michael Vandenbergh
Michael P Vandenbergh is the David Daniels Allen Distinguished Chair of Law at Vanderbilt University. He is also Director of the Climate Change Research Network and Co-director of the Energy, Environment and Land Use Program. Michael talks to us about his new book: Beyond Politics: The Private Governance Response to Climate Change. Far from a rallying cry to Governments to act when they've spent years and decades ignoring the problem, Beyond Politics, as the title suggests, goes into how the private and household sectors can combine to make a huge impact in mitigating climate change. If you have ever wondered how you, as in individual or a leader in your business, can become part of the solution to climate change, this book is full of inspiring knowledge for you. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN: Why Governments have traditionally struggled to tackle this problem. Why we can't expect any meaningful change from politicians. The magnitude of impact that small changes, at the household level can make to tackling the problem of climate change. How businesses can (and are already) help much more than bureaucrats. Why cleaning up your business practices can actually drive profitability, And much more. LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Michael Vandenbergh Beyond Politics
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Rated 5 out of
Interesting and Inspirational
Great guests, direct, useful tips- Keep it up guys
Date published: 2015-07-30