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Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

One of the '6 Best Podcasts for Business Travelers' per USA Today -- engaging, enlightening and informative interviews with high-performing innovators and leaders in clean energy and sustainability. Topics: Innovation, leadership, policy, consumers, women, entrepreneurship, the arts and careers.
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Dec 30, 2016

“Sustainable travelers spend more and stay longer,” Geoff Bolan on Green Connections Radio.

If you’re a travel and tourism leader – or a traveler who has sustainable values – listen to this enlightening conversation between Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson and Geoff Bolan, CEO of Sustainable Travel International.

You’ll discover:

  • Who sustainable travelers are and what they look for.
  • How Millennials are spending their travel dollars.
  • Travel trends
  • How to identify sustainable travel options.
  • Tips for careers in sustainable travel

To learn more about Green Connections Radio and/or Joan Michelson, go to www.greenconnectionsradio.com.

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Dec 23, 2016

Did you know that training for the utility sector can also equip you to work in biotech?

Do you currently work in the energy field – or want to?

Ann Randazzo, Executive Director of the Center for Energy Workforce Development, explains to Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson these surprising tips in this two-part series:

  • How you can earn $100,000+ salary and get $200,000 worth in training
  • Where the jobs are in the utility sector.
  • Key qualities for someone working in this sector
  • Tips for success
  • Dynamics that are creating more opportunities.

Ann also describes their cool tech tools for veterans, whose skills are very transferable to the utility sector, the certifications that matter, and the secret weapon in developing the energy workforce of the future.

You’ll definitely want to take notes!

To learn more about Ann Randazzo and Green Connections Radio, go to www.greenconnectionsradio.com.

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Dec 20, 2016

Energy is the lifeblood of the economy. Where it we get it from matters, though. With several oil and gas folks set to take top posts in the new administration, it's important to talk with one of the top people who was a liaison between BP and the clean up, from a scientific side: Rita Colwell, Ph.D, with too many top scientific roles to list.

One of the first calls after the catastrophic BP Oil Spill blanketed the previously-pristine Gulf of Mexico on April 20, 20110 came in to Dr. Rita Colwell, renowned microbiologist and oceanographer, former head of the National Science, and now a leader at the University of Maryland. She was tasked with building the10-year BP-funded, independent initiative to study the spill’s impact, and no one was better suited.

In this enlightening interview with Green Connections Host Joan Michelson, Dr. Colwell explains:

  • how independent the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative really is,
  • the uniqueness of their business model, and
  • what their extensive research by diverse teams of scientists is teaching us about:
    • how to clean up the spill,
    • the impact on marine ecosystem and marine life,
    • and other discoveries that are enhancing our understanding and management of marine life and/or climate change-related environmental consequences.

She also offers terrific career advice from her own experience – as a mentor, a mentee and a leader always pushing the boundaries of innovation via science.

Read my Hufington Post blog on this here, which includes the trailer of the new documentary about their work, ”Dispatches from the Gulf,” just released on the sixth anniversary of the spill.

Dec 16, 2016

This will surprise you.

As a former Deputy Secretary of Defense, and the former Senior Vice President and General Counsel and Military Advisor at CNA, a top national security think tank, Sherri Goodman knows national security.  She pioneered Environmental Security, leading Defense’s analyses of how a changing climate affects national security – and what the Defense establishment needs to do to address it.  

Sherri opens our eyes about how the environment and climate change are national security issues – big time – and what the new U.S. administration will face in this powerful interview with Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson.

“We the people” need to pressure our leaders to address these issues – and to keep the Paris Climate Accord in place as a national security issue.

Listen to Sherri Goodman explain:

  • How climate change is a national security issue.
  • Wars over water, food, natural resources.
  • Why your area might not get what it needs in a disaster because of it.
  • What we can do about it – and tell our Members of Congress and Mayors to do.

And more!

To learn more about Sherri Goodman and Green Connections Radio, go to www.greenconnectionsradio.com.

This interview was conducted while she was at CNA and now she’s at the Woodrow Wilson Center.

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Dec 13, 2016

Dr. Mplly Brown gives you a new way of looking at a menu and the super market. She's written a major book for NASA on food security and climate change, as well as your health. She'll surprise you....

Listen to Molly Brown explain:

  • What to eat and why - from the planet's perspective
  • How climate change affects what eat
  • How what you eat affects climate change
  • Water!

And more!

To learn more about Molly Brown and to check out her book, Food Security, Food Prices and Climate Variability, go to www.greenconnectionsradio.com.

Books are great gifts - any time of the year!

This interview was conducted while she was at NASA and now she’s at the University of Maryland, so you’ll hear them talk about NASA.

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Dec 9, 2016

Babies create a lot of waste and need a lot of energy. Just ask Keya Chatterje, Executive Director at USCAN and formerly at the World Wildlife Fund, who decided with her brave husband to try to raise your new baby with a zero carbon footprint, at least for the first year.

Wow! How did she do? What tricks did she learn that the rest of us can use?

Lucky for us, Keya wrote a book about it to share her journey and tips.

Listen to Keya Chatterje’s explain to Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson how she and her husband decided to tackle this challenge and what they learned.

You’ll discover:

  • Tips for raising your own kids
  • How it affected her whole family – and hear their story
  • What her biggest challenges were – and you might be surprised.
  • How they saved energy
  • How they decided which trade-offs to make.

And more!

To learn more about Keya Chatterje and to check out her book, go to www.greenconnectionsradio.com.

Books are great gifts - any time of the year!

This interview was conducted while she was at the World Wildlife Fund and now she’s a USCAN, so you’ll hear them talk about the WWF.

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Dec 6, 2016

Kids have power.. and once kids know how much power they have to make change, they start acting.” Lynne Cherry

Listen to Lynne Cherry, author of over thirty children’s books pertaining to climate change, talk to Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson about kids, the environment, and how books are magic for kids. This interview took place at an Earth Day celebration at Union Station in Washington D.C.

To learn more about Lynne and her missions through her books, visit http://www.youngvoicesonclimatechange.com/

Books are great gifts - any time of the year!

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Dec 2, 2016

Whether dining out or planning a party, those of us who care about sustainability want to spend our money consistent with these values, especially for holidays and special occasions. But how?

Listen to Linda Chipperfield of Green Seal describe to Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson how to identify sustainable restaurants, and how Green Seal certifies restaurants in their new guide.

She’ll also tell us the kinds of gifts that make a difference this holiday season – and for all occasions.

You’ll hear: 

  • What makes a restaurant truly “sustainable” and how to verify the claims.
  • If using the term “organic” on the menu means it’s been verified.
  • Questions to ask before booking your party at the restaurant or venue.
  • Websites for “green gifts” and how to tell – and gifting “experiences.”

The Green Seal website has more tools and information as well.  Share your favorite gifts on our Facebook page or tweet them to @joanmichelson.

Check out also our episodes with Steve Aaron of Child’s Play Toys on cool clean energy toys, and with Jules Pieri of The Grommet on gifts made from sustainable materials by eco-conscious small businesses.

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Nov 29, 2016

“It’s important to understand where the connections lie, so you don’t miss opportunities when they pop up.” Megan Litke

Whether you’re a student, a professor, a university administrator – or managing a corporate campus – you’ll want to take notes listening to this interview on Green Connections Radio with American University’s Director of Sustainability Megan Litke.

From GCR host Joan Michelson and Megan Litke’s conversation, you’ll hear:

  • Innovative solutions to campus sustainability challenges
  • Meeting ambitious campus goals
  • Engaging students – and faculty
  • What to learn about to see new solutions
  • Advice for careers in sustainability, especially for jobs like hers.


And much more!

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Nov 25, 2016

Tired of buying the same types of gifts? Want your "consumer power" to match your values?

Listen to Jules Pieri, Founder & CEO of the creative gift site The Grommet on Green Connections Radio describe unique gifts “made by real people with stories and values worth sharing.” 

Jules share with GCR host Joan Michelson some of her favorite picks from their catalog and the cool stories of the makers behind them – for anyone on your list, for any occasion

The Grommet Holiday Catalog has a full range for buffs of all kinds and everyone on your list – something for the cook, the kids, the host/hostess, the wall, the wine- lover and more.  Share your favorite gifts on our Facebook page or tweet them to @joanmichelson.

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Nov 22, 2016

Attention travelers! Are you planning a holiday trip? Do you want to make “sustainable” choices?

Listen to Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson’s interview with National Geographic Editor-at-Large Costas Christ – in our new iHeartRadio studio! – on:

  • The difference between “eco-tourism” and “sustainable travel.”
  • What to look for in places you want to stay.
  • How to travel cheaper. What’s included?
  • Sustainable systems at top-of-the-line destinations.

Whether you’re planning a trip for the holidays, or an anniversary or birthday, or just a cool vacation, you’ll want to listen to Costas’ tips – and take notes!

National Geographic’s eco “Unique Lodges” are amazing too.

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Nov 18, 2016

Attention foodies! Do you want to store holiday (and other) leftovers?

Twin sisters Allison and Megan are innovating food storage with Fresh Box, a new food packaging system. They earned a spot at the Clean Tech Open Southeast too.

Described as a “soda stream unit for food”, FreshBox is the first home food preservation system that brings an established industrial food packing technology to the home consumer, enabling users to increase their access to fresh food and reduce food waste.

Foodies, locavores and early-adopters will love this new technology.

Now we can store all that turkey and fixings left over more easily and freshly!

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Nov 11, 2016

Wondering what to buy the kids in your world this holiday season?

You want something fun and mentally challenging and educational. You’re aware that every choice reflects your values too. You care about the environment and your kids do too, and you want to reinforce that without being preachy. You want to show them there are career options for them that match their values too.

Enter clean energy toys – kits that enable kids from 8 years old up to build things, to learn about how things work firsthand. 

Listen to Steve Aarons, CEO of Child’s Play Toys show Green Connections Radio Host Joan Michelson the latest, coolest clean energy-related kits and more.

You’ll hear:

  • What to look for in toys for the kids in your world.
  • What they learn from them and how.
  • What they cost and why going to a toy store with knowledgeable staff is important
  • What’s new in robotics, wind turbines, solar-powered cars and more – in toys!

 

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Nov 8, 2016

When you hear “3M” you think of Post-it notes, right?

Not so fast. 

3M is innovating in cleantech – really – and breaking new ground, especially in reducing carbon emissions

Listen to Laura Nereng, Program Manager of 3M’s Clean Energy Innovation, explain to Green Connections Radio Host Joan Michelson about 3M’s break-through that could change everything.

And, about her innovative group that developed it.

It’ll make you think differently about carbon emissions – and maybe a few other things too.

You’ll hear:

How collaborating with strangers can breed magic.

Challenging assumptions is crucial for successfully innovating.

Extra time can be put to good use.

What’s next….

 

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Nov 4, 2016

Whether you’re looking to rent or buy a home, apartment, condo, or townhouse, historically you’ve had to ask a lot of questions to find out about the home’s energy efficiency and carbon footprint. Meet Kari Klaus of Viva Green Homes, a new home listing service that is changing that.

Listen to Green Connections host Joan Michelson’s engaging conversation with Kari about how to buy or rent a “green” home no matter where you’re located, what to look for, and pitfalls.

You’ll learn about:

“Green-washing” – or exaggerated claims in listings

How their rating system works

Tips for buying or renting a green home/apartment

And more!

 

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Nov 1, 2016

Love urban living but fed up with traffic?

So were Amber Wason and her co-founder Jeff Stefanis.

Instead of just complaining, they got to work and developed a cool new electric bike, launched a campaign to fund it on Kickstarter and then....

cleverly made a deal with Kevin Cole to sell their bikes in his stores.

How?

Listen to Amber's story in her eye-opening conversation with Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson from the Clean Tech Open Southeast Regional Innovation Summit.

You'll learn how:

  • They came up with the idea.
  • To do a successful Kickstarter campaign.
  • To persuade a major retailer to carry your new product when you're just starting out.
  • To stand out in this emerging industry

What was the most compelling thing you heard Amber or Joan say in this interview? Post it to us on Twitter @joanmichelson or on our Facebook page – like the page while you’re there – and post it in a review when you subscribe on iTunes or iHeartRadio, TuneIn or Stitcher.

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Oct 28, 2016

The new federal fiscal year is about to start and potential contract opportunities will soon be available. How do you win? Which agencies issue them in energy, clean tech and environmental fields?

Listen to Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson find out in this engaging conversation with government contracting expert Hilary Fordwich, host of the weekly television program Government Contracting Weekly and SVP of AOC Key Solutions.

You'll find tips on:

  • Where the opportunities are
  • When they come out
  • How to decipher the RFPs, especially for energy, clean tech and environmental work
  • How to win them

Let us know which ones you go after and what happens! @joanmichelson on Twitter, or on our Facebook page, or at info@greenconnectionsradio.com

Thanks for subscribing to Green Connections and we look forward to hearing from you.

 

Oct 25, 2016

With a new President of the United States and a new Congress taking shape in the election shortly, we assess the energy legislation and tax incentives on the books to nudge the clean energy economy forward with Betsy McCorkle, head of governmental affairs at the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA).

North Carolina is playing a decisive role in this election cycle, and its Research Triangle is known for its innovations.

Betsy works with legislators, state and local government officials, state agencies, the clean energy industry and allied organizations to educate them on clean energy issues and a related legislative agenda.

Listen to Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson in conversation with Betsy to find out:

  • Where the utility industry is getting it right…and wrong.
  • What can the Congress and the statehouses do to get it right?
  • What is the NCSEA doing to nudge the utilities toward faster innovation?
  • How is the utility industry adapting to the new technologies and how does this parallel smart phones?
  • What tax incentives and rebates does your region offer?

Betsy shared a great website to find out about these and other programs on Database of State Incentives for Renewable and Efficiency.

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Oct 18, 2016

What a powerful discussion! You'll definitely want to take notes on this one.

Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson moderated a panel of veteran leaders in corporate sustainability at SXSW Eco 2016, unearthing great tips and insights that you can use right away.

MGM Resorts SVP/Chief Sustainability Officer Cindy Ortega, Advanced Micro Devices Sr. Director Tim Mohin (who did the same at Intel and Apple), and Marstel-Day Founder/CEO Rebecca Rubin share the strategies and perspectives that make them very successful at leading sustainability consistently in large organizations, both public and private.

You'll hear tips on:

  • Engaging colleagues.
  • Getting internal funding for projects.
  • How to communicate in ways that work.
  • Leveraging the metrics you have - and seeking those you need.
  • Greening your supply chain when you don't control the resources or decisions.

And much, much more!

Tell us what you heard, what resonated with you, @joanmichelson on Twitter, on F our Facebook page (and like it while you're there) and in ratings/reviews on iTunes, IHeartRadio, Stitcher or TuneIn.

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Oct 14, 2016

Can you see it? You probably can’t tell from watching the latest movie or TV show, but behind the scenes, some film and TV productions are actively reducing their carbon footprint. It's an inherently wasteful industry. So, how do they do it?

Listen to Green Connections Radio Host Joan Michelson's conversation with film and TV producers John Corser and Kathy Jarvis, talk about how they “green” their productions – and how the casts and crews react.

How can these very wasteful industries generate less waste? Listen here to find out and some surprising strategies -- and their surprising results.

Are others following suit? For more on this, listen to Joan's interview with Debbie Levin from the Environmental Media Association, which awards and trains the industry on these strategies.

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Oct 11, 2016

To innovate, we need new ideas, new perspectives, new solutions.

To get these new ideas, we need differing points of view at the table. differing experiences and perspectives.

To get these differing points of view, we need a diverse set of people at the table.

Yet, senior leadership remains stubbornly white-male dominated, as the 2016 Fortune 500 reveals. Only 4% of these CEOs are women.

The 2016 Fortune 50 Most Powerful Women list is revealing in many ways - industries women are breaking through it, and patterns still holding.

Listen to Lauren Leader-Chivee, former President of the Center for Talent Innovation and author of the recent book, Crossing the Thinnest Line, in a vibrant discussion with Green Connections host Joan Michelson about these issues and the role of workforce issues in maximizing innovation.

You'll hear:

  • Why Lauren says "We are all accountable?" Listen here and find out.
  • The difference between "potential" and "capability"
  • What to look for in the data
  • What makes good women's initiatives
  • Changing careers, asking for help, supporting each other
  • Tell us what you heard Lauren and Joan say, @joanmichelson and on our Green Connections Facebook page, or email it to us at info@greenconnectionsradio.com

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Oct 7, 2016

“There’s an imagination gap.” Rachel Kyte said.

Innovating Economic Development & Energy & GeoPolitics From the Person Leading It

Wow! Rachel Kyte, CEO of the United Nations Sustainable Energy for All program articulately describes the challenges of developing a clean energy infrastructure with 21st century technology with every country on earth – and as fast as possible, because populations are at grave risk.

Implementing the Paris Climate Accord is in her lap, and it’s a fine dance of diplomacy, technology, science, negotiation, creative business and financial modeling, and entrenched positions – with human survival in the balance. This is much more than “an agreement.”

You’ll hear about:

  • Innovation to increase access to energy – and therefore economic well-being – across the globe.
  • The art of developing new business and financial models among parties from different economic structures and values that drive results.
  • What’s missing and the “next big thing.”
  • Influence management, communication skills, and career advice for innovators (and women)

Thank you for subscribing to Green Connections on iTunes, and reviewing and rating us as well. Please send us your questions and comments at @joanmichelson or on our Facebook page.

 

Oct 4, 2016

Do you think your community recycles? Think again.

Just because it’s picked up doesn’t mean it’s recycled properly.

Listen to Melissa Walsh Innes, of Recycling Reinvented, talk with Green Connections host Joan Michelson about the realities of recycling -- and how Recycling Reinvented has been trying to literally “reinventing” it.

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Sep 30, 2016

The Paris Accord to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions is ambitious and the U.S. has agreed to reduce it’s emissions by 26 to 28 % below 2005 levels by 2025. How do we do it? With breakthrough energy innovations!

Leading the charge in these breakthroughs is ARPA-E, the innovation arm of the U.S. Department of Energy and it’s led by Dr. Ellen Williams, who was Chief Scientist at BP during the Gulf Oil Spill. But don’t let that fool you…She’s 100 percent committed to clean energy and has been a long time professor at University of Maryland.

Listen to GCR host Joan Michelson's fascinating interview with Dr. Williams about:

  • Trends in energy breakthroughs – and what we need.
  • Where the investments are going these days – a wind drone?!
  • Important elements to drive breakthrough innovation
  • What it was like being Chief Scientist at BP during the Gulf Oil Spill
  • Recommendations for building a career in this industry

You’ll want to take notes!

P.S. The audio on this is a bit wobbly it turns out, which is below our usual standards…sometimes technology does not cooperate as intended! Fortunately, Dr. Williams sounds much than your loyal host. Thanks for understanding.

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Sep 27, 2016

What do the Fortune 50 Most Powerful Women do that has advanced their careers to the very top?

What can we all learn from them?

Listen to this fascinating discussion with executive coach Eleanor Beaton who was trained by the Oprah coach Dr. Martha Beck. Eleanor and Green Connections host Joan Michelson break down the careers of these amazing women to find what the rest of us can learn from their success.

Here are a few tidbits:

  • How to work with gender bias – and “stereotype threat” so they help you, and don’t exhaust you. (Your exhaustion may not be due to long hours after all!) – at about 9 minutes in
  • How to “show up at that table and be aware that (you) have to manage your reputation” but do not “allow that…to derail you from showing up authentically…or from dealing with the issues” at hand.
  • Patterns and habits in top performers to pay attention to. – at about 20 minutes in
  • What to ask your manager/boss. – at about 23 minutes
  • Nuances of mentorships and sponsorships that work – at about 40 minutes
  • What makes women’s initiatives successful?

And a real gem of an insight at the end from Ms. Eleanor…so listen through to the end.

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