Mon. Jan 27th, 2020

Episode 188: What’s up with former Unilever CEO Paul Polman; one busy day for Interface CSO Erin Meezan

Tune in round 6:05 for commentary.


What’s up with retired Unilever CEO Paul Polman (19:19)

The longtime champion of company local weather motion chats with Govt Editor Joel Makower on the current CEO declaration on company social duty from The Enterprise Roundtable, why extra CEOs are prepared to talk up on problems with surroundings, inclusion and fairness, and the objectives of his new sustainability basis, Think about. First up: redesigning style.

A day within the work-life of Interface CSO Erin Meezan (28:18)

Balancing inner and exterior communications are an enormous duty for each sustainability skilled. In an interview outtake from the newest Objective and Folks column by Shannon Houde, the chief sustainability officer, Erin Meezan, gives a peek into her busy schedule. Plus, how she prioritizes engagement alternatives.

Sustainability could be tacky if you happen to’re a dairy co-op (33:25)

Sarah Beaubien, lead on stewardship and authorities affairs for Tillamook County Creamery Affiliation, chats about why sustainability all the time has been on the coronary heart of farming. Plus, the push to domesticate next-generational practices, monetary literacy and views to age-old issues, corresponding to sustainable irrigation and long-term agricultural land use.

*Music on this episode by Lee Rosevere: “Ready for the Second That By no means Comes,” “4th Ave Walkup,” “I am Going for a Espresso,” “Arcade Montage” and “Considering It Over.”

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