Vipe Desai, executive director of the Surf Industry Manufacturers Association joins us to discuss the significance of sustainability to the trade organization and its members.
Alex Eaves, reuse educatainer, director of two documentary films on reuse as a lifestyle, and founder of the certified green apparel brand, STAY VOCAL, joins us to discuss reuse and the significance of reducing an individual environmental footprint.
Historian Peter Norton joins us on this episode to speak about his latest book Autonorama: The Illusory Promise of High-Tech Driving in which he argues that driverless cars cannot be the safe, sustainable, and inclusive “mobility solutions” that tech companies and automakers are promising us.
Yoram Bauman is the world's first and only stand-up economist. He is the author of A Cartoon Introduction to Climate Change, now in second edition. Yoram joins us to discuss his book, the role of comedy in furthering economic understanding, and the need to make today's issues accessible.
Alison Rogers is the founder and CEO of USEFULL a returnable solutions company dedicated to providing a circular economy solution to the present single-use convenience market. Alison joins us on this episode of Sustainable Practices to share how her company is contributing to zero-waste solutions.
Scott Painter is the founder and CEO of Autonomy, a car subscription company that provides loan-free access to electric vehicles (EVs). Scott joins us on this episode of Sustainable Practices to share how Autonomy provides cost-effective access to EVs.
Michelle Moore, CEO of Groundswell, a nonprofit focused on sustainable economic development, and Obama's Federal Chief Sustainability Officer, joins us on this episode to discuss Rural Renaissance, her recently released text.
Carolyn Kousky, associate vice president for Economics and Policy at the Environmental Defense Fund, joins us on this episode to discuss her recent book, Understanding Disaster Insurance.