Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 59: Elizabeth Whitlow talks about the Regenerative Organic Certification (ROC), a holistic, high-bar certification that encompasses three pillars: soil health, animal welfare, and social fairness.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 58: Emily Olson talks about solving business risks and shares regenerative solutions across the broad landscape of business through restoration, renewal, and growth strategies.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 57: Kim McCoy talks about the fully revised and updated Waves and Beaches, providing clear explanations and detailed resources for the constant battle to preserve the shore.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 56: Steele Lorenz talks about Gradable Carbon, a groundbreaking offering that empowers farmers to generate carbon credits, and gives them flexibility over when and where they sell them.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 55: Rick Knight talks about Citizens’ Climate Lobby, a bipartisan grassroots environmental group that trains and supports volunteers to build relationships with their elected representatives in order to influence climate policy.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 54: Judy Panayos talks about responsible sourcing and developing supplier programs that align business strategy with social, environmental, and ethical goals.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 53: Finian Makepeace talks about Kiss the Ground’s mission of “inspiring participation in global regeneration, starting with soil.”
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 52: Rich Bradbury talks about the tremendous impact that regenerative ranching can have on climate, soils, and nutrition.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 51: Cameron Bard talks about how a network of clean economy business leaders and advocates successfully organized to elect Joe Biden as President to advance policies, technologies, and investment to address the climate challenge.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 50: Seth Goldman talks about how to democratize plant-.based and planet healthy foods worldwide.