Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Big energy ideas, meat-free meals and women leaders
Episode 51 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees edie travel to Birmingham to chat about a green energy revolution with delegates at the recent SPARK! Energy Leaders Club event, alongside interviews with Quorn Foods and the Women in Sustainability Network.
The Sustainable Business Covered podcast returns to bring you more exclusive interviews and insight from the world of sustainability.
In this latest episode, reporter Sarah delivers four quick-fire interviews from an Energy Leaders Club event which took place in Birmingham last week (1 November). The University of Warwick’s head of energy and sustainability Joel Cardinal; Whitbread’s head of energy and environment Cian Hatton; Inspiring Sustainability’s growth strategy lead Adam Woodhall; and The Solar Trade Association’s director of advocacy and new markets Leonie Green make up the interviewees.
The podcast also features an excerpt from former National Grid chief executive’s Steve Holliday’s keynote speech at the event. Watch Holliday's speech in full here.
Next up, content editor Matt heads back to London for an interview with a view, as he talks meat-free meals with Quorn’s head of sustainability Louise Needham on a breezy balcony at London City Hall.
Finally, Sarah meets Rhian Sherrington, founder and director of the Women in Sustainability network, to discuss the importanve of diversity in the world of business to drive sustainable change.
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