The Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Episode 15 - Fresh from Marrakesh
The Carbon Trust's chief executive Tom Delay and Asia Pulp & Paper's director of sustainability Aida Greenbury are the special guests on this week's podcast episode, which reviews the the UN's two-week COP22 climate talks in Marrakesh.
The edie editorial team brings you the latest news, insights and inspiration from the world of sustainable business with this 15th episode of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. (Download all episodes on iTunes for free here).
In this hour-long episode, we analyse the big talking points from the COP22 climate talks, with the help of two people who were involved in important discussions on the ground in Marrakesh.
First, edie's senior reporter Matt speaks on the phone with the Carbon Trust's Tom Delay live from the Moroccan city, to discuss how COP22 has progressed from the hugely successful COP21 talks at the end of last year, and the impact of the newly-enforced Paris Agreement on international climate action.
Then, edie editor Luke sits down with Asia Pulp & Paper's Aida Greenbury, who had just returned from the COP22 talks, where she was discussing the different approaches to managing the carbon costs of deforestation. Greenbury also provides an update on Asia Pulp & Paper's zero-deforestation progress, one year on from edie's visit to the firm's operations in Indonesia.
The podcast episode concludes with edie reporter George providing his stand-out 'sustainability success story' of the past two weeks.
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Luke Nicholls, Matt Mace & George Ogleby