Sustainable Business Covered podcast: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch swim and SDG engagement

Episode 66 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees edie's content editor Matt Mace explore how the Icebreaker brand is assisting one man's mission to swim the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, while Sarah speaks to experts on docuseries and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The latest episode features three exclusive interviews

The latest episode features three exclusive interviews

The latest Sustainable Business covered podcast starts with a discussion as to why a VF Corporation brand is promoting sustainable apparel to consumers in a way that wades into the big plastics debate.

Icebreaker’s chief brand and product officer Carla Murphy, head of product design Alastair Smith and Vortex Swim’s crew member Paul Lecomte sit down with edie to explain why Vortex Swim is planning on swimming the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

Following that, Sarah talks environmental docuseries with Charney Magri the co-director and producer of Catwalk to Creation. You can watch a glimpse of Magri’s new social film here.

Finally, RELX’s director of corporate responsibility Márcia Balisciano (MBE), outlines the company’s leading-edge approach to the SDGs that leans heavily on science and methodologies.

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