Episode 279: Meet the New CEO of the International Living Future Institute


Weekly Review (3:25)
Decarbonizing the UK’s Industrial Heart (17:10)

James Murray, editor-in-chief of media firm BusinessGreen, speaks with GreenBiz co-founder and chairman Joel Makower about a new plan to help UK heavy industry evolve into operations net zero.

The future of green buildings (26:50)

“I spent a lot of time during the pandemic thinking about the role the construction movement plays in the larger world of climate action, and I really tried to identify areas where we worked more. hard, that we need to focus more of our attention, ”said Lindsay Baker, the new CEO of the International Living Future Institute (ILFI), known for the Living Building Challenge. Baker, most recently with WeWork, talks about her plans for the ‘organization.

Clear shades zero (35:30)

Videos from last week’s inaugural VERGE Net Zero event will be live in mid-August. In the meantime, here are the audio highlights from some of the sessions on stage. Tune into episode 278 for an additional perspective.

  • Eric Larson, Senior Research Engineer, Center for Policy Research on Energy and the Environment at Princeton University on four challenges in accelerating the net zero transition
  • Ugbaad Kosar, Deputy Policy Director of Carbon 180 on the Business Case for a Just Transition

* Music in this episode: “Curiosity”, “Southside”, “Like I said”, “Sad Marimba Planet”, “More on that later” and “Waiting for the moment that never comes”

Stay logged in

To not miss any of the latest episode of GreenBiz 350, subscribe on iTunes or Spotify. Do you have a question or a suggestion for a future segment? Write to us at [email protected].


Previous Cavrnus Releases Platform Update 2021.2, Bringing Increased Unity Support, More XR Devices, and Performance Upgrades
Next If growing your brand matters to you, it's time to put mobile first

No Comment

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published.