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.
As businesses throw their weight behind the worldwide day of climate strikes, edie has also headed to London to take part in the strikes, while also giving you a live podcast episode on the streets, jam-packed with exclusive interviews.
Matt and Sarah started the day speaking to the early risers who have arrived at London ahead of the strikes, before heading to the UK Green Building Council’s main office where more than 100 built environment professionals were expected to gather to join the global protests.
This podcast episode features exclusive interviews with the following:
Chris Baker general manager KeepCup
Anna Taylor, co-founder UK Student Climate Network
Julie Hirigoyen, chief executive, UK GBC
Melanie Leech, chief executive, British Property Federation
Duncan Price, director, sustainability, BuroHappold
Lara Kinneir, director, New London Architecture
Gudrun Cartwright Environment director, Business in the Community
edie additionally supported the strike digitally. Visitors to the website from 7 am on Friday will be presented with a “wraparound” message urging them to learn more about the strike movement and to take part if possible. News, features and all other content will be accessible by exiting this pop-up.
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