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Environmental Experts Radio
31 minutes | Jan 6, 2022
Episode 40: The Promise of Toxics Reduction Through Mycoremediation
We've reached the 40th episode of Environmental Experts Radio! For this landmark episode, Host Dave Coyne is joined by Joanne Rodriguez, one of Forbes Magazine's 'Next 1000' technology innovators for 2021. Joanne is the Founder of Mycocycle, a Chicago-based firm that is pioneering a promising toxic contaminant reduction technology that harnesses the surprisingly potent biochemical power of mushrooms.
51 minutes | Dec 16, 2021
Episode 39: Making Renewable Energies Work for Businesses
In Episode 39 of Environmental Experts Radio, Host Dave Coyne is joined by Jim Kurtz of RER Energy Group. Jim shares how he built his international solar design and development company, and provides his perspectives on the future of solar and other renewable energy sources as more US businesses commit to sustainability goals.
35 minutes | Dec 9, 2021
Episode 38: Sustainable Infrastructure Development with Len Bradley, P.E., Part 2
In the second of our two-part series on sustainable infrastructure, we continue our discussion about the future of environmental-minded civil design and development with PSPE 2021 Engineer Of The Year Len Bradley, P.E. of RGS Associates.
27 minutes | Nov 24, 2021
Episode 37: Sustainainable Infrastructure Development with Len Bradley. P.E., Part 1
Do we really understand what the term 'infrastructure' really means, and how we must plan and build for a more sustainable future? In Part 1 of a two-part episode, we explore this topic with 2021 PSPE Engineer Of The Year Len Bradley, P.E. of RGS Associates.
40 minutes | Nov 13, 2021
Linking Our Communities To The Environment: A Discussion with Dr. Silas Chamberlin
In Episode 36 of Environmental Experts Radio, Host Dave Coyne welcomes Dr. Silas Chamberlin of the York County Economic Alliance to share his background, his expertise, and his outlook on community building - and specifically, the importance of tying communities with their natural resources toward a stronger and more sustainable future.
30 minutes | Oct 14, 2021
Managing Environmental Risk with Insurance, Part 2
In the second of a two-part episode series, EER Host Dave Coyne continues his discussion with Jared Dubrowsky, Vice President of the Environmental Practice at NFP. Jared and Dave examine the various ways that an insurance product can supplement a set of environmental investigation or cleanup data to help complete the risk mitigation needs of a development project or real estate transaction.
22 minutes | Sep 30, 2021
Managing Environmental Risk with Insurance, Part 1
In the first of a two-part episode series, EER Host Dave Coyne sits down virtually with Jared Dubrowsky, Vice President of the Environmental Practice at NFP. Jared and Dave discuss the idea of risk as it pertains to environmental conditions, and the growing role of insurance products to help reduce the those risks. Jared also describes his prior work as a private-sector consultant and with the New York City Department of Planning, and how those experiences shaped his approach to finding the best solutions for his clients.
26 minutes | Aug 26, 2021
Selling Sustainability (Part 2)
The second half of an interview with Scot Case of the National Retail Federation, one of the nation's foremost experts on green retailing. Scot and Dave discuss the innovative ways that manufacturers and retailers strive to connect their products and their marketing campaigns with the sought-after values of environmental sustainability and social responsibility.
21 minutes | Aug 12, 2021
Selling Sustainability (Part 1)
In this special two-part series, Host Dave Coyne welcomes Scot Case of the National Retail Federation, one of the nation’s foremost experts on green retailing. Scot and Dave discuss the innovative ways that manufacturers and retailers strive to connect their products, and their marketing campaigns, with the sought-after values of environmental sustainability and social responsibility.
18 minutes | Jul 15, 2021
Part 2: Building Communities Through Redevelopment and Environmental Design
In the second episode of this two-part series, developer Alan Shuman of Shuman Development visits Dave Coyne in the EER Studio to discuss how he leverages funding sources through education and innovation to redevelop properties in one of America's great industrial towns.
33 minutes | Jul 7, 2021
Building Communities Through Redevelopment and Environmental Design
In this two-part series, developer Alan Shuman visits Dave Coyne in the EER Studio to discuss how he is using informed environmental management, innovative funding strategies, and his passion for history to rebuild communities in one of America’s great industrial towns.
38 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
The ‘Power’ of Environmental Stewardship: Clean Energy Funding for Businesses
Shannon Crooker of the Sustainable Energy Fund joins Host Dave Coyne for a discussion on how the goals of energy efficiency, diversity and sustainability are finally being made real for businesses by the Fund’s innovative financing tools and support programs. Shannon shares her background and passion for environmental stewardship, and describes the groundbreaking C-PACE funding program, which has opened up opportunities for businesses of all types across the US to promote energy sustainability in their operations – and save money at the same time.
27 minutes | May 31, 2021
Legal Nature, Part 2: Issues and Challenges for Environmental Law in the 2020s
In the second installment of a two-part series, Dave Coyne and his guest Scott Dismukes, Esq. continue their discussion on the current state and future of environmental law. We explore the most relevant issues facing the environmental fields in the coming decade, including the state of natural gas development, environmental issues in the energy sector, greenhouse gases and sustainability concepts, and air toxics.
44 minutes | May 13, 2021
Legal Nature, Part 1: Perspectives of An Environmental Attorney
In this first installment of a two-part series, Dave Coyne is joined by Scott Dismukes, Esq., co-chair of the Energy Group and member of the Environmental Group at the law firm of Eckert Seamans. Scott and Dave discuss the regulatory foundations supporting the field of environmental law, and Scott’s personal journey from professional cyclist to agency counsel to private-sector attorney. Dave and Scott also share their perspectives on how the role of environmental consultants and attorneys has evolved over the past 30 years.
29 minutes | Apr 29, 2021
Developing with the Environment in Mind: A Constructors’ Perspective
Host Dave Coyne gains a construction industry experts’ perspective on environmental management from Bill Sutton, Vice President at RS Mowery. Dave and Bill discuss the ways in which leading site development and design-build firms like Mowery have integrated environmental data into their projects over the past decade. We explore how this environmental information has evolved from an early-phase checklist item to a key component of a constructors’ practices, and an important component of their overall vision for smart development.
33 minutes | Apr 15, 2021
Filling The Void: Soil Stabilization Strategies With Chris Sunday
On Episode 25 of Environmental Experts Radio, Host Dave Coyne is joined by Chris Sunday of Utility Services Group, to discuss the ways in which unsuitable subsurface soil or geologic conditions are addressed using innovative and environmentally-friendly stabilization methods. We explore problems ranging from common sinkhole-prone areas to more unique applications, and we learn from Chris how their advanced methods are being applied to support – pun intended! – a safer, more stable built environment.
28 minutes | Apr 1, 2021
Whales to Snails: Why Threatened and Endangered Species Matter in Environmental Management
Host Dave Coyne is joined by Teresa Amitrone, one of the most respected wetlands biologists in the Mid-Atlantic United States. We discuss the importance of threatened and endangered species protection in modern-day environmental management, and the unlikely champion of the 1970s-era legislation which gave rise to these statutory protections.
29 minutes | Mar 18, 2021
Contain Yourself! An Engineers’ Perspective on Spill Prevention Planning
In this episode of Environmental Experts Radio, Host Dave Coyne and Board-Certified Environmental Engineer Jim Cinelli take an in-depth look at the issue of spill prevention. They discuss the laws which govern how chemicals and petroleum are stored and managed on industrial properties, and the ways that engineers like Jim implement measures to ensure that the environment - and accordingly, the well-being of our communities – are protected.
35 minutes | Mar 4, 2021
An Air Expert’s Look Forward: New Progress for a New Decade
Episode 22 of Environmental Experts Radio features a discussion between Host Dave Coyne and Liberty Principal Gavin Biebuyck, an nationally-recognized air quality expert. Gavin discusses the current state of air regulations in the US, the recent challenges to the Clean Air Act, and the Act’s evolving role in addressing the environmental challenges facing the US and the world in the next 10 years.
29 minutes | Feb 18, 2021
The Donora Inversion and The Origins of the Clean Air Act
In Episode 21 of Environmental Experts Radio, Host Dave Coyne is joined by Liberty Environmental Project Manager and resident ‘environmental historian’ Jon Wickstrom to discuss the tragic Donora Inversion of October 1948. We explore how this incident – and others like it – led to the creation of the Clean Air Act and spurred the public’s growing awareness of clean air as a critically important resource.
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