edie's Sustainable Business Covered Podcast

Achieving a low-carbon, resource efficient future is about so much more than incremental change. It's about innovating, collaborating and empowering to disrupt the status quo. Join the edie team for this bi-weekly podcast dedicated to the people and projects that are transforming business, for good.

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Net-Zero Business podcast: Exploring Turley's journey to carbon neutrality

In response to the accelerated pace at which corporates are examining and setting net-zero targets to help alleviate the climate crisis, edie has launched a new spin-off of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. Up next, discussions on engagement and offsetting with Turley.

The podcast brings three exclusive interviews with sustainability experts

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Carbon labelling, office space and new normal leadership

Episode 89 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast delivers three exclusive interviews with sustainability leads at tech manufacturer Logitech, flexible office provider Workspace and an in-depth chat with global white goods firm Arcelik's chief executive Hakan Bulgurlu.

Each of our four interviewees for this episode are driving plastic phase-outs within their own organisations

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: The Plastic-Free July special

For episode 89 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast, edie has assembled expert speakers for exclusive discussions on how plastics action is progressing throughout the Covid-19 crisis.

All edie podcast episodes can be listened to via iTunes, Spotify and Soundcloud

Net-Zero Business podcast: Exploring smart grids with E.ON and Nottingham City Council

In response to the accelerated pace at which corporates are examining and setting net-zero targets to help alleviate the climate crisis, edie has launched a new spin-off of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. Up next, smart grid discussions with E.ON and Nottingham City Council.

The three interviewees discuss the pros and cons of sustainability in the digital era

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Streaming and the environment

Episode 87 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees edie discuss the energy impact of streaming and digitalisation, featuring interviews with former npower chief executive Paul Massara, UCL professor Yiannis Andreopoulos and vinyl CD manufacturer and retailer Key Production.

The entire podcast series is available to listen to and download via Spotify and iTunes 

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: The S in ESG, examining corporate social responsibility

Episode 86 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees edie discuss social and community responses to the coronavirus pandemic, featuring a 40-minute interview with Neighbourly's chief executive Steve Butterworth and Penguin Random House's head of corporate responsibility Siena Parker.

The special two-part offers more than two hours of high-quality insight into the future of corporate leadership

Net-Zero Week Podcast (Two-part special): Green recoveries and net-zero strategy deep dives

For Net-Zero Week, the edie podcast is split into two parts, first to discuss green recoveries with Christiana Figueres, Jonathon Porritt and Paul Polman, before embarking on a deep dive of what makes a net-zero target with engineering firm Jacobs, online retailer Zalando and episode sponsors Centrica Business Solutions.

The podcast features three exclusive interviews

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Engagement, communicating and sustainability reporting

Episode 85 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast takes place during a week of action around sustainability engagement. As such, edie speaks to experts from Nespresso, Thai Union and Mondi on how to engage with supply chains and excel at sustainability reporting.

edie’s content editor Matt Mace interviews Buro Happold’s director of sustainability, Duncan Price 

The Net-Zero Business Podcast: How will the coronavirus impact Buro Happold's 2021 goal?

In response to the accelerated pace at which corporates are examining and setting net-zero targets to help alleviate the climate crisis, edie has launched a new spin-off of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. Up next, an exclusive interview with engineering firm Buro Happold.

edie's podcast is available on both iTunes and Spotify

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Keeping sustainability going through the Covid-19 lockdown

Episode 84 of the edie podcast sees the edie team working remotely as part of the UK-wide lockdown imposed because of the coronavirus pandemic. As such, edie asks sustainability experts from Interface, General Motors, Landsec and BT how they're adjusting to new ways of working to keep sustainability at the forefront of business actions.

edie’s senior reporter Sarah George interviews Mitie's director of sustainability, social value and fleet Simon King

The Net-Zero Business Podcast: A deeper dive into Mitie's 2025 net-zero strategy

In response to the accelerated pace at which corporates are examining and setting net-zero targets to help alleviate the climate crisis, edie has launched a new spin-off of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. First up on the Net-Zero Business podcast is an exclusive interview with facilities management giant Mitie.

All of edie's podcasts are available to listen to via iTunes and Spotify

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: A circular economy road trip

For episode 83 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast, the edie team brings you four exclusive interviews with businesses innovating to bring about truly circular models - Elvis & Kresse, Teemill, Mulberry and Young Planet.

This 80-minute episode offers up four exclusive interviews

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: An International Women's Day 2020 special

The Sustainable Business Covered podcast returns for an 82nd episode and, to mark International Women's Day (IWD) 2020, features exclusive interviews with the women leading the drive to decarbonise the built environment, achieve gender equality in engineering and eliminate ocean plastic pollution.

edie’s senior reporter Sarah George interviews the National Trust’s head of environmental practices Lizzy Carlyle 

The Net-Zero Business Podcast: Examining the National Trust’s 2030 net-zero strategy

In response to the accelerated pace at which corporates are examining and setting net-zero targets to help alleviate the climate crisis, edie has launched a new spin-off of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. First up on the Net-Zero Business podcast is an exclusive interview with the National Trust.

This episode features five exclusive interviews with sustainability leaders

Sustainable Business Covered: Igniting a decade of climate action at the Leaders Forum (Part Two)

The second part of this podcast special is brought to you live from our Sustainability Leaders Forum, where edie asks leading sustainability experts from Mars, British American Tobacco, the Fairtrade Foundation, Futerra and Hilton how will business leadership be redefined during a decade of deliverance?

edie will be back later this week with Part Two of the SLF special

Sustainable Business Covered: Igniting a decade of climate action at the Leaders Forum (Part One)

The edie podcast is brought to you live from our Sustainability Leaders Forum, as content editor Matt Mace speaks to leading sustainability experts from Interface, Diageo, WaterAid and WWF to ask, how will business leadership be redefined during a decade of deliverance?

The masterclass will continue with case studies and a webinar over the coming weeks

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: The EV masterclass with EDF Energy

Episode 79 of the Sustainable Business Covered sees edie's content editor Matt Mace sit down with episode sponsors EDF Energy to discuss electric vehicle (EV) integration as well as talking to the Wates Group about how transport will be tackled as part of its new net-zero commitment.

This episode formed part of edie's Plastics Week

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: edie and Nestlé's plastics deep dive

The Sustainable Business Covered podcast returns for 2020, with edie bringing you exclusive interviews with Sky, Tideway, the University of Leeds and episode sponsors Nestlé for an episode dedicated to tackling single-use plastics.

The edie team delivers four early Christmas presents in the form of interviews

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Christmas special deliveries and festive feasts

Episode 77 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees the edie editorial team return to discuss business CSR initiatives over the festive period, featuring four exclusive interviews with CSR & redistribution platform Neighbourly, e-commerce firm Tinggly and business networks Team London Bridge and the UKSSD.

edie brings you three exclusive interviews across public, private and specialist firms

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Green university leagues and energy storage

Episode 76 of edie's Sustainable Business Covered podcast features interviews with the University of Gloucestershire's director of sustainability Dr Alex, Ryan on topping a green university league, EDF Energy on a new storage master series as well as a chat with company Xerox's vice president for environment, health, safety and sustainability Wendi Latko.

The latest episode features five exclusive interviews

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: The Net-Zero November business relay

Episode 75 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast lands during edie's Net-Zero November and delivers five exclusive interviews with energy and sustainability experts from the likes of National Trust, Costa and Yorkshire Water to discuss how businesses can transition to net-zero emissions.

Marcia joins edie's content editor for an in-depth discussion on all things sustainability

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: In the Green Room with RELX's Marcia Balisciano

The Green Room makes its long-awaited return to the edie podcast, as content editor Matt Mace discuss Sustainable Development Goals, the evolution of CSR and the notion of fear in the climate battle with RELX's director of corporate responsibility Márcia Balisciano (MBE).

Image credit: HPE/Mischa Halle  

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: A circular economy technology tour with HPE

For episode 73 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast, edie reporter Sarah George takes a tour of Hewlett Packard Enterprises' (HPE) Technology Renewal Centre in Scotland - a facility helping to tackle e-waste by refurbishing and recycling retired business tech.

Pictured: SAP's installation at the V&A museum 

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: British Airways' future of flying and Plastics Clouds

Episode 72 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast features an exclusive interview with British Airways' chief executive Alex Cruz on the future of flying, algae plane concepts and how the data-driven Plastics Cloud is combatting ocean plastic pollution.

This episode features seven interviews, live from the strike

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: LIVE from the Global Climate Strike

Episode 71 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast is packed with exclusive interviews from students, chief executives and sustainability representatives that attended the Global Day of Climate Strikes on Friday (20 September), outlining the role that business has to play in mitigating climate impacts.

The episode features three exclusive interviews, all exploring the alternative protein market. Images: BOL Foods and Soylent

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Peas Please and planet-saving diets

The latest episode of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees edie's content editor Matt Mace explore the rising popularity of veganism to help save the planet, featuring exclusive interviews with PwC, BOL Foods and Soylent.

The edie podcast returns for episode 69. Images: Stuffstr (bottom) and Landor

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Ocean waste Volleyball and Coffee pod bike trips

The latest episode of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees the edie team look out how ghost fishing gear is making waves in the world of Volleyball, as well as how takeback schemes and recycled coffee pods are reinventing business models.

This episode features interviews with Mondi and Kimberly-Clark

Sustainable Business Covered: Sustainability moonshots and Earth Overshoot Day

The Sustainable Business Covered podcast returns, and just in time to reflect on new Prime Minister Boris Johnson, ti discuss Earth Overshoot Day and interview packaging experts at Kimberly-Clark and Mondi on plastic phase-outs.

Hundreds of climate-related events took place across London 

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: The London Climate Action Week relay

Episode 67 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees the edie team travel to numerous events during London Climate Action Week, securing exclusive interviews with the Green Finance Institute, Microsoft, the Green Alliance and more.

The latest episode features three exclusive interviews

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).

Image credits: Canary Wharf Group and Eden Project Communities

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Net-zero announcements and plastic-free communities

Episode 65 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees edie's content editor Matt Mace and reporter Sarah George discuss net-zero legislation before introducing three exclusive interviews focused on resource efficiency with Canary Wharf Group, the Eden Project and the London Waste and Recycling Board (LWARB).

The fifth episode in this six-part series explores how Brexit will affect the policy and business spheres' approach to decarbonising transport systems

The Big Brexit Questions podcast: What next for low-carbon transport in the UK?

With Theresa May set to step down as Prime Minister this week after failing to pass her Withdrawal Agreement, edie's new podcast mini-series explores the impact of Brexit on key areas of the UK's green economy. Up next: Low-carbon transport. 

(L-R) Heathrow's Matt Prescott, Mitie Energy's Peter Nisbet, Yellow Octopus Fashion's Jack Ostrowski, AB Sugar's Katharine Teague and edie's Matt Mace

LIVE Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Unlocking innovation in sustainability and energy

Day Two of edie Live saw the second LIVE broadcast of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast, this time focusing on unleashing the power of innovation with industry experts from Heathrow, AB Sugar, Yellow Octopus Fashion and Mitie Energy.

The Sustainable Business Covered podcast episode returns to edie Live 2019 in the form of an on-stage panel discussion

LIVE Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Leadership in the post-CSR era

The Sustainable Business Covered podcast returns, this time we're broadcasting LIVE from a panel discussion at the UK's largest sustainability and energy exhibition, edie Live. In this episode, four industry experts discuss how sustainability leadership is undergoing a transformation.

edie speaks to some business leaders across key sectors faced with looming climate threats

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Climate tipping points with Mars, ING, UPS and The Carbon Trust

Episode 62 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees Matt and Sarah deliver interviews outlining how big-name companies in key sectors facing a climate tipping point are radically decarbonising their business to help spur climate action and transition to the low-carbon economy.

The third episode in this six-part series explores how Brexit will affect the policy and business spheres' approach to renewables

The Big Brexit Questions podcast: What next for the UK's renewable energy sector?

With MPs extending the deadline to organise a departure from the European Union, edie's new podcast mini-series explores the impact of Brexit on key areas of the UK's green economy. Up next: Renewable energy.

The second episode in this six-part series explores how Brexit will affect the policy and business spheres' approach to natural capital

The Big Brexit Questions podcast: What next for the UK's natural capital?

With Brexit discussions set to resume as MPs return to Parliament after an 11-day Easter break, edie's new podcast mini-series explores the impact of Brexit on key areas of the UK's green economy. Up next: Natural capital.

Finisterre’s founder Tom Kay and Turtle Doves founder Kate Holbrook join Fashion Revolution for the podcast

Sustainable Business Covered Podcast: Who Made My Clothes? A Fashion Revolution Week special

To mark Fashion Revolution Week 2019, episode 61 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees reporter Sarah George quiz some of the key figures helping to make the fashion sector a more planet-friendly and ethical industry.

The first episode in this six-part series explores how Brexit will impact the UK's resource efficiency journey

The Big Brexit Questions: edie analyses green impact of EU exit with series of mini-podcasts

With MPs having failed to agree on a Withdrawal Agreement ahead of the 29 March deadline, the UK's green economy is continuing to ask questions about when and how we will exit the EU, and what impact this will have on business. edie has therefore launched a new series of podcast episodes exploring what Brexit will really mean for key environmental areas, in under 15 minutes.

The global drinks firm launched a new sustainability strategy on 3 April 2019. Images: Pernod Ricard

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: In the Green Room with Pernod Ricard's Vanessa Wright

Welcome back to the green room - edie's exclusive interview hub for sustainability leaders, brought to you as part of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. Up next to provide the insights of a leading sustainable business: Pernod Ricard's vice president of global sustainability Vanessa Wright.

The latest episode of the sustainable business covered podcast features four exclusive interviews

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: ZEDpods, World Water Day and the 12 goals of Exeter

Episode 59 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees Matt, Sarah and newcomer James Evison deliver interviews discussing World Water Day, low-carbon buildings and a 12-step plan to improve health and sustainability in the city of Exeter.

The podcast outlines the aims of RenewableUK's Switch List campaign

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Switch Lists, International Women's Day and energy management excellence

The edie podcast returns to uncover what energy management excellence looks like with both E.ON and our Energy Leaders Club members, before discussing International Women's Day with RenewableUK's Emma Pinchbeck and domestic sustainability with One Home's Angela Terry.

Join the edie team for exclusive interviews with some of the most recognisable sustainability leaders

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Polman's pearls of wisdom, Ikea's super-sustainable store & George's goodbye

The edie team returns to the podcast studio to reflect on the recent Sustainability Leaders Forum and Awards. Meanwhile, Sarah takes a tour of Ikea's latest sustainable store, and George delivers his final 'success story' as he leaves the team to join Defra.

(L-R) edie's Matt Mace, Siemen's Sarah Jones, E.ON's John Walsh and the Woodland Trust's Beccy Speight

Sustainable Business Covered 'Vodcast': LIVE from the Sustainability Leaders Forum (Part Two)

In the second part of a special 'vodcast' edie's content editor, Matt Mace interviews delegates and speakers from day two of the Sustainability Leaders Forum (SLF), including representatives from E.ON, Siemens and the Woodland Trust to discuss what the new era of leadership will look like.

(L-R) edie's Matt Mace, Global Action Plan's Cat Leggat, Interface's Jon Khoo, Lloyd's Marina Shilo and Tesco's Kene Umeasiegbu

Sustainable Business Covered 'Vodcast': LIVE from the Sustainability Leaders Forum (Part One)

In a special, two-part 'vodcast' edie's content editor Matt Mace interviews delegates and speakers from day one of the Sustainability Leaders Forum (SLF), including representatives from Tesco, Interface and Global Action Plan, to discuss what the new era of leadership will look like.

Co-op's Iain Ferguson and Waitrose's Tor Harris offer expert insight on how business can reduce reliance on plastics

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Advancing the plastics debate with Waitrose and Co-op

As part of a week of action on single-use plastics and the launch of edie's Plastics Hub, the Sustainable Business Covered podcast returns for 2019 with exclusive, plastic-focused interviews with sustainability experts at the Co-op, Surfers Against Sewage and Waitrose.

Three very special guests and the 'big fat sustainability quiz of the year' complete edie's final podcast episode of 2019

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Christmas special with Landsec, Olam Cocoa & The Body Shop

Sustainable business guests of Chrismas past, present and future discuss enchanted forests and South American cocoa fields, while the editorial team takes the 'big fat sustainability quiz of the year' in this festive special edition of the edie podcast.

UK Energy Minister Claire Perry appeared at the summit today to discuss low-carbon power and carbon capture and storage (CCS)

COP24 Covered: Days 9-10 - net-zero industry clusters and 'Swiss cheese' strategies

edie has launched a new series of podcast episodes which will round-up all of the key developments and major announcements for businesses at COP24, in under 13 minutes. This fifth and final episode features an exclusive interview with the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability leadership.

We're covering all the big COP24 announcements in 13 minutes or less

COP24 Covered: Days 7-8 - Paris Agreement progress and green buildings

edie has launched a new series of podcast episodes which will round-up all of the key developments and major announcements for businesses, in under 13 minutes.

We're covering all the big COP24 announcements in 13 minutes or less

COP24 Covered: Days 5-6 - Circular economies and sustainable fashion

edie has launched a new series of podcast episodes which will round-up all of the key developments and major announcements for businesses, in under 13 minutes. The second episode features an exclusive interview with Mars's climate and land manager.

We're covering all the big COP24 announcements in 10 minutes or less. Image @UNclimatechange Flickr

COP24 Covered: Days 3-4 – Business action and food fights

edie has launched a new series of podcast episodes which will round-up all of the key developments and major announcements for businesses, in under 10 minutes. The second episode features an exclusive interview with 3M's chief sustainability officer.

To mark COP24, edie is running a series of rapid-fire mini-podcasts detailing all the key announcements in 10 minutes or less

COP24 Covered: edie analyses climate talks with series of mini-podcasts

As hundreds of world leaders, policymakers and climate experts meet in Poland to discuss how best to address some of the world's most pressing climate challenges, edie has launched a new series of podcast episodes which will round-up all of the key developments and major announcements for businesses, in under 10 minutes.

Milikin and Barcenas discuss some of the brewer’s notable achievements to date. Photo credit for Ezgi Barcenas: Bloomberg

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: In the green room with AB InBev's Tony Milikin and Ezgi Barcenas

Welcome back to the green room - edie's exclusive interview hub for sustainability leaders, brought to you as part of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. Up next to provide the insights of a leading sustainable business: Ab InBev's chief sustainability and procurement officer Tony Milikin and global vice president of sustainability Ezgi Barcenas.

Six exclusive discussions with sustainability and energy experts make up this latest episode of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast

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.

It's non-stop for the edie team in this episode, as we embark on a week-long 'podcasting relay', broadcasting from some of the biggest events of Green GB Week

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: The Great Green GB Week relay

It's episode 50 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast, and the edie team undergo a week-long podcasting relay, interviewing an array of sustainability experts from the likes of Adnams, BT, Good Energy, PwC and WWF as part of the UK Government's Green GB Week.

This episode of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast features not one, not two but three exclusive interviews

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Snap packs, green dry-cleaning and SDG cities

Episode 49 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees edie discuss plastic-free packaging with Carlsberg, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with Canary Wharf Group and features a whistle-stop tour of a new and ultra-green dry-cleaning facility in Watford.

edie's Matt Mace and Ball Corporation's Ramon Arratia discuss the new resource efficiency paradigm

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: In the Green Room with Ball's Ramon Arratia

Welcome back to the green room - edie's exclusive interview hub for sustainability leaders, brought to you as part of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. Up next to provide the insights of a leading sustainable business: Ball Corporation's sustainability director Ramon Arratia.

edie brings you five exclusive interviews featuring sustainability and procurement experts from the Sustainable Supply Chains conference

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: How to build a sustainable supply chain

Episode 47 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees edie interview speakers at the Sustainable Supply Chains conference, to explore how corporates are future-proofing supply chains to boost resiliency against global megatrends.

edie brings you a joint interview with HP and Kingfisher as well as a plastics chat with Surfdome

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: HP, Kingfisher, Surfdome and a 20th birthday party!

Episode 46 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees a host of special guests join the edie team to discuss the latest developments in the world of sustainable business - including a live chat with Surfdome's head of sustainability Adam Hall.

edie brings you four interviews with UPS, the Seabin Project, Airlabs and the Impact Investment Network

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Seabins, Airlabs and EV tours with UPS

Episode 45 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees edie travel to UPS' Camden depot to discuss the electric vehicle revolution, before heading to the Greentech Challenge to see how innovators are combatting air pollution and ocean plastics.

edie talks sustainability leadership and plastic revolutions with Whitbread's James Pitcher

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: In the green room with Whitbread's James Pitcher

Welcome back to the green room - edie's exclusive interview hub for sustainability leaders, brought to you as part of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. Up next to provide the insights of a leading sustainable business: Whitbread's director of sustainability James Pitcher.

edie's senior report Matt Mace speaks to Ecover's head of long-term innovation Tom Domen at the 'Rubbish cafe'

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Geothermal waterparks and rubbish cafes

Episode 42 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees edie travel to France to explore how geothermal energy is being used to heat a waterpark attraction at a Disney-owned resort, before visiting a café where food can be exchanged for waste plastics.

edie talks sustainability leadership and plastic revolutions with ex-BT sustainability chief Niall Dunne

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: In the green room with Polymateria's Niall Dunne

Welcome back to the green room - edie's exclusive interview hub for sustainability leaders, brought to you as part of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. Up next to provide the insights of leading sustainable business: Polymateria's new chief executive Niall Dunne.

A new £1bn ultra-sustainable community in Cambridge and Patagonia's new climate activism film are the topics of discussion

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: The £1bn eco-community and Patagonia's climate action movie

This episode of the edie podcast takes listeners on a whirlwind tour of Eddington, a new 150-hectare, sustainable community developed by the University of Cambridge, as well as a trip to the cinema to talk brand purpose and climate activism with Patagonia's general manager Ryan Gellert.

We take a tour of a giant solar system and then hear from speakers at edie's Energy Management Forum and Sustainability Reporting Conference

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Solar, storage and sustainability reports

This bumper episode of the edie podcast includes a behind-the-scenes tour of the largest solar installation in the Higher Education sector, plus interviews with sustainability and energy experts from Compass Group, Beyond Business, Pets at Home, LandSec and M&S.

Representatives from Tetra Pak, Iceland and James Cropper met at the Museum of Brands

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Sustainable packaging and the plastics problem

edie travels to the Museum of Brands to discuss solutions to plastic waste and wider resource efficiency issues with business representatives from Iceland, Tetra Pak and James Cropper.

Thames Tideway Tunnel CGI cross-section

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Thames tours with Tideway

edie visits London Bridge for a boat tour with the Tideway team, the company behind London's massive development project to improve pollution and plastic levels in the city by enhancing the sewage system.

This episode features interviews with Kaitlin Crouch from ING, Bill Eyres from O2, Alexandra Stubbings from Talik & Co and the Forum’s chair Simon Cohen

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Day Two at the Sustainability Leaders Forum

Following on from yesterday's podcast covering day one of the Sustainability Leaders Forum, edie's senior reporter Matt Mace brings listeners a range of interviews from the likes of O2 and ING.

edie dusts off the podcast recorder to bring listeners a range of interviews from the Forum and the Sustainability Leaders Awards for part one of this returning episode

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: We're back and at the Sustainability Leaders Forum (Part One)

After a short winter break, edie's Sustainable Business Covered podcast returns to bring you a two-part episode featuring a range of interviews from speakers and delegates and the Sustainability Leaders Forum.

Two of edie's three wise men bring you a festive chat with LandSec and Costa, based on community engagement

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: LandSec and Costa get into the Christmas community spirit

LandSec invites edie to its Community Employment Awards to discuss job growth and community engagement, while Costa covers 10 years of its Foundation work to boost social aspects in developing countries.

Unilever's group director of manufacturing sustainability Tony Dunnage met edie's senior reporter Matt Mace at the company's London offices

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: In the green room with Unilever's Tony Dunnage

Welcome back to the green room - edie's exclusive interview hub for sustainability leaders, brought to you as part of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. Up next to provide the insights of leading sustainable business: Unilever's group director of manufacturing sustainability Tony Dunnage.

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Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Ikea house parties and SDG gamification

Gaming for good company Playmob discuss how it is raising awareness of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), while Ikea throws a house party celebrating 30 years of operating in the UK.

Throughout the episode, each interviewee is quizzed to find out what makes a responsible retailer?

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: What makes a responsible retailer?

The world of retail is competitive, but sustainability has emerged as a viable way for companies to differentiate themselves. At edie's recent London-based event, the question on everybody's lips was...what makes a responsible retailer?

IHG's vice president for global corporate responsibility Kate Gibson sat down with edie's senior reporter Matt Mace at the hotel group’s London offices

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: In the green room with IHG's Kate Gibson

Welcome back to the green room - edie's exclusive interview hub for sustainability leaders, brought to you as part of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. Up next to provide her pearls of wisdom: InterContinental Hotels (IHGs) vice president for global corporate responsibility Kate Gibson.

Landsec's senior environment and energy manager Sarah Beattie sat down with edie's senior reporter Matt Mace at the property developer's new head office in Victoria, London

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: In the green room with Landsec's Sarah Beattie

Welcome back to the green room - edie's new interview hub for sustainability leaders, brought to you as part of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. Up next to provide her pearls of wisdom: Landsec's senior environment and energy manager Sarah Beattie.