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Each month, we meet with inspirational people at the forefront of the sustainable movement, making innovative changes within their organisation to tackle the climate crisis. Each podcast will provide insights, knowledge, and tips for becoming a more sustainable business across various industries and sectors. Whether you’re looking to start or accelerate your organisation’s sustainability journey, Sustainability Solved will help you each step of the way.
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In this episode, hosts Will Richardson and Charlie Luxton delve into the surprising intersection of tradition and sustainability within the funeral industry. Joined by Sarah Jones, Founder of award-winning Full Circle Funerals, the discussion uncovers how the age-old sector is undergoing a transformative shift towards embracing sustainable practice…
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E186: Show Notes Title: Exploring Careers in Sustainability In this episode, hosts Will Richardson and Charlie Luxton explore the booming landscape of sustainability careers, a sector that has witnessed huge growth in the UK job market. With sustainability-focused roles accounting for 1/3 of UK job postings, the industry has become a focal point fo…
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In this episode we look at the funny side of Climate Change with award winning comedian, podcaster and business speaker, Stuart Goldsmith. He grabbed the headlines at the Edinburgh Festival in 2023 with his show about Climate Change, called Spoilers. Stuart talks about his journey in stand-up over the last 20 years, and his mission to engage a wide…
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Season 5, Episode 184: Sustainable Standstill: Why major housebuilders aren’t going green This episode we interview Ian Pritchett, the co-founder of Greencore Homes in Oxfordshire. They build airtight, energy-efficient, timber frame houses, from their factory in Bicester. Ian shines a spotlight on the challenges of the ‘business-as-usual’ housebuil…
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In our latest episode, we sit down with hosts Will Richardson, CEO and Founder of Green Element Group, and Charlie Luxton, an architectural designer focusing on sustainability buildings. Will and Charlie kick off the new year by reflecting on their sustainability journeys, and discuss key trends in sustainability for the year 2024! The conversation…
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In this episode, Andrew Griffiths, co-founder of the Carbon Accounting Alliance, sheds light on the Alliance’s mission to tackle sustainability challenges through collaboration. Backed by over 100 organisations and businesses, including Green Element and Compare Your Footprint, Andrew explains the Alliance's focus on promoting best practices and ro…
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This month on the Sustainability Solved Podcast, our hosts Will Richardson and Charlie Luxton delve into the world of sustainable brewing. Joining them from Berlin is Roland Pahl-Dobrick, the Beer Market Manager from Pall Filtration, to shed light on the intricacies and challenges of sustainability in brewing. Brewing Process and Impact: - Unlike w…
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Title: Breaking Down COP28: The Critical Climate Conference Welcome to a special episode of the Sustainability Solved Podcast! In this episode, we introduce a brand-new co-host, Charlie Luxton, an architectural designer and TV presenter well-known for his passion for the built environmental and sustainability, as seen on Homes By The Sea and Buildi…
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Two of the most pressing concerns of our generation are housing and the climate crisis. In the UK in particular, the housing stock is in desperate need of modernisation and improved insulation. But this problem isn’t limited to the UK; we need affordable housing that is better for the environment and more affordable to run. But how do we get there?…
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Title: Striking a Chord for the Planet: Music's Journey to Sustainability Story: Welcome to an exciting episode of the Sustainability Solved Podcast, where our spotlight falls on an industry renowned for creativity and innovation: the music industry. The music industry has the power and influence to make huge strides in the environmental movement, …
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Australia is at the forefront of the climate change movement, facing the need to protect its biosecurity, enhance climate resilience, and overcome geographic isolation. Over the past five years Australia has made significant strides towards sustainability, particularly through its commitment to partnering with the private sector. Together, they aim…
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Small to medium-sized businesses (SMEs) have a crucial role to play in sustainability, despite some thinking they are too small to make an impact. SMEs make up around 90% of businesses globally; while individual SMEs may have a smaller impact compared to larger corporations, their collective action can have a significant effect on environmental imp…
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Title: Investing in Green Innovation In the midst of a global economic downturn, sustainable businesses need to grow and innovate to survive in uncertain times. But just how easy is it to get investment? The EU recently announced the Green Deal industrial plan, aiming to fast track Net-Zero projects in Europe, making 250 billion euros available for…
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Over the last few years, Shelley Lawson and Rob Webbon have been on a journey to build sustainable businesses in their respective parts of the cycling industry. Rob’s journey hit a stumbling block earlier this year when the founding team of Presca Sportswear made the difficult decision to close the business. Whilst Shelley’s company Frog Bikes, tha…
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On this month’s episode of the Sustainability Solved Podcast, we are talking about Britain’s favourite pet: dogs. Research estimates that there are 13 million dogs in UK homes, a number which grew significantly during lockdown; it is estimated that 3.2 million households in the UK acquired a pet during the pandemic. Despite our love for the growing…
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In this episode of the Sustainability Solved Podcast, we are looking into the environmental impact of something we may not usually give a second thought to – elevators.  Half of the world’s population lives in cities and that number is expected to increase to 70% in 2050. As pressure on city space continues to rise, we are increasingly building upw…
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Title: Taking Trees Out of the Paper Supply Chain Story Let’s talk about paper – a product we all use in our businesses, no matter the size or speciality. Paper use in office spaces is declining but, in the UK, we still use 9.9 million tonnes of paper every year, with every tonne of fresh pulp requiring the felling of 24 trees. In this podcast, we …
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Holidays in 2023 – should you go eco-friendly? Story: According to research by booking.com, 42% of people said that recent news about climate change had influenced them to make more sustainable travel choices. More than half (57%) said they wanted to travel more sustainably in the next 12 months! In this episode of 'Sustainability Solved', we're di…
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Story: As the cost-of-living crisis bites, we ask how important environmental messaging is to consumer choice? Is sustainability a luxury for a few, or the only way ahead for brands? We are joined by Will Thacker and Fran Docx of 20Something, the creative company behind Woolmark’s captivating Wear Wool Not Fossil Fuel campaign. In their powerful ad…
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This month on the Sustainability Solved podcast we are delving into the topic of last-mile delivery, the final stage of an order process where an item is transported from a warehouse or fulfilment centre to the final delivery destination. Our cities are packed with commercial vehicles that pollute our local areas and make it increasingly dangerous …
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On this month’s episode, we're joined by Victoria Cushing, Product Director at KMI Brands. We take a look into their cosmetic brand Plantopia, a pending B-Corp that uses adaptogens and essential oils in its products to create positive change for people and planet health. Victoria takes us on a journey through Plantopia’s pursuit of a sustainable pr…
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In this month’s episode, we are joined by Ian Riley, CEO of the World Cement Association, to discuss sustainability in the construction industry. With a significant impact on pollution and energy consumption, the construction industry is often under the environmental microscope. Ian brings his wealth of knowledge and expertise to the floor to unrav…
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The Chancery Lane Project (TCLP) is a pro bono legal initiative that brings thousands of legal professionals together to help businesses fight the climate crisis and achieve net-zero carbon emissions. Managing Director Becky Clissmann joins us to talk about TCLP’s legal clauses that lawyers can use in contracts to help businesses deliver climate ta…
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As London Fashion Week comes to an end, we are unpacking the fashion industry and its poor reputation when it comes to its carbon impact. In this episode, we are joined by Alicia Thew, Climate Analysis Manager, and in-house expert on all things sustainable fashion. Alicia has worked with multiple organisations in the fashion industry, helping them …
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In this episode, we will be answering the question: does food have the power to save the world? We are joined by Ed Ayton and Stef Sahmel from Abel & Cole, an organic food delivery service who are on a mission to simplify shopping sustainably. They are a fellow B Corporation who have been working with us to measuring and reduce their carbon footpri…
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This episode is all about the circular economy, explaining what it means, how it differs from the standard linear economy, and how adopting circularity benefits your organisation and the world in general. Our host Will Richardson is joined by Naomi Cohen, Senior Manager at Green Element, who specialises in resource and waste management. Naomi and W…
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Story This episode focuses on what being a B Corp means, what makes the B Corp certification a unique standard, and how becoming a certified B Corp transforms businesses’ operations to do better for people and the planet. March is B Corp month, and we are celebrating it by bringing back some of our greatest podcasts featuring B Corp certified busin…
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This episode looks under the environmental hood at Engine, a global media and marketing services company, and longstanding client of Green Element. We speak to Rachel Boland, Head of Sustainability of Engine UK, about why and how the company has prioritised sustainability since 2008.โดย Green Element
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This episode investigates the rising cost of energy, the changing energy price cap, and what that means for organisations trying to reduce their environmental impact, while remaining in business. We are joined by Jon Fletcher from Big Clean Switch, a certified B-Corporation developing solutions for homes and businesses to help accelerate the transi…
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The Juice Round is a specialist eco-friendly drinks service served in reusable glass bottles, which are collected, cleaned, and refilled for use. After 15 years of providing bespoke drinks for high profile events and business clients, Sylvia grew increasingly concerned with the amount of single-use packaging going to waste in the food and beverage …
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In this episode, we interview Tom Gould, the Research Director and Head of Consumer at Impact Research. Impact Research work with their clients to understand what they're trying to find out and create research studies to improve their services for customers.โดย Green Element
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Anna Murphy is a freelance consultant who supports companies to establish a systems-based approach to sustainability, ensuring their strengths are utilised and equity is achieved. She uses the Future-Fit Business Benchmark methodology to achieve sustainability goals for her clients.โดย Green Element
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Ali Haji is the CEO and Director of ION Energy, an early-stage lithium brine explorer in Mongolia. Founded in 2017, ION Energy’s sole purpose was to obtain a lithium exploration license to pioneer this movement; they were issued an 81,000-hectare license in the southern Gobi region of Mongolia, the largest ever to be granted to a private company. N…
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Rachel Fowler is a sustainable interior designer and founder of Rachel Fowler Interiors, a design studio that has sustainability and animal-friendly design at the heart of its operations. After travelling the world as a children’s intensive care nurse, Rachel decided to go back to university and start a career in design. She has also completed the …
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Melanie Blackmore is the Managing Director of Blackmores – an award-winning consultancy firm which implements and maintains management systems for clients ranging from SME’s to blue chip organisations. Melanie has been involved with the creation, development and implementation of British and International standards for over 18 years. Blackmores rap…
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In this episode, we interview the co-founder of The Good Goods, Zach Lawless. The Good Goods are a reusable wine bottle company that are tackling the biggest environmental impact of the industry: packaging. One new wine bottle puts 2.7 lbs of CO2 into the environment, so reuse is paramount to limiting our global emissions. Zach talks us through his…
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This is the final installment of our audio guide, Target 1.5C. Featured in this episode are all our guest speakers from the case studies featured throughout this mini-series: Karen Higgens from Grant Thronton, Alex Rhodes from Mishcon de Reya, excerpts from the founder of Toast Ale Louisa Ziane, and our extra guest for this episode – Amanda Smith-P…
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Episode three of Target 1.5C offers advice, support and signposts to organisations within the food and beverage industry. The advice and information contained in this episode is to empower organisations with the knowledge and know-how to play their part in limiting global heating to 1.5C. This podcast features an insightful case study from Louisa Z…
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In episode two, we explore the legal sector and sustainability. The focus of this episode will focus on advising legal firms on what role they can play to limit global heating to 1.5C. This episode features a case study from the prestigious law firm, Mishcon de Reya, and we cover key areas such as greenwashing, collaboration and leadership buy-in. …
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In this episode, we discuss what businesses that belong to the financial sector can do to limit their emissions to ensure global heating does not exceed 1.5C. In this episode, we feature Grant Thornton – the first accountancy firm in the world to set Science Based Targets – as a case study to demonstrate what can be achieved. Karen Higgens, their H…
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Vijay Eswaran is a highly successful and recognised businessman from Malaysia. Forbes magazine named him as one of Asia’s top 50 philanthropists and has received a lifetime achievement award for regional philanthropy. He is the executive chairman of the QI Group, a multinational conglomerate that ensures sustainable practices throughout its portfol…
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Lora Nikolaeva is the founder of British contemporary womenswear brand, Lora Gene. Lora Gene champions sustainability, size inclusivity and celebrates the diverse beauty of the female form. Their commitment to sustainability is embedded into their products from conception right the way through to their supply chain. Lora Gene is also a B Corporatio…
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Russell Gong is the Co-founder and Head of Brand and Product for Cabinet Health, an organisation that strives to be the world's first zero waste medicine company. Cabinet Health is a B Corporation who focuses on improving customer relationships with their health care and their environment.โดย Green Element
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Debbie Luffman is the Product Director at Finisterre, a certified B corp outdoor apparel company. Debbie talks about the collective passion for the environment at Finisterre, and shares what they are doing as a business to tackle the climate crisis. She also speaks about the campaigns they are running to help build relationships between people and …
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Richard Morris is the CEO of IPG Mediabrands, a global media company founded in 2007, which has over 13,000 employees in over 130 countries. In this podcast, Richard shares the financial and reputational benefits achieved by embedding sustainable practices into a business. He talks about the success he has achieved in IPG Mediabrands by implementin…
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John Grant is the author of many successful books including the Green Marketing Manifesto and is a marketing consultant. He has a wealth of experience in marketing and has worked with several high-profile organisations and governments on communication and environmental projects. John unpacks the challenges and solutions when working with clients on…
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Rasha Hasaneen is the Vice President of Innovation and Product Management Excellence for Trane Technologies. In this podcast, she talks about the exciting ambitions and successes of Trane Technologies – an industrial manufacturing company which champions sustainable solutions for their products which include air conditioning and refrigeration syste…
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Clare Campbell is the founder and Tartan designer of Prickly Thistle an independent, ethical tartan brand based in the Scottish Highlands. In this podcast, Clare talks about her journey from the financial sector into restoring the culture and infrastructure to manufacture traditional tartan. She shares fascinating insights into Scotland’s history w…
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In this podcast, we interviewed the CEO of Aeristech, Duncan Kerr and Luke Read; the Head of Research and Development. Aeristech is a multi-award-winning engineering company who deliver high tech projects relating to hydrogen fuel cells, and engineer hybrid turbocharger technology systems for motor vehicles. Duncan and Luke discuss the future role …
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Michael Solomon is the founder of Profit Through Ethics and Responsible 100; two organisations which support businesses of all sectors and sizes to implement Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) into their organisation. Michael talks about the identification, grading system and the journey to achieve core CSR goals that are bespoke to the business…
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