In this episode we talked with Hermione Taylor from Do Nation about individual pledges connected with sustainable habits can create a powerful ripple effect in the impact sphere.
We talked with Philip von Have from Blue Farm about how engaging with customers and approaching impact at a micro scale can lead to successful business.
We need to transform our mentality when it comes to how we treat nature. But that can’t be done without the help of private capital.
Brad Vanstone dives deeper into how to make a vegan cheese alternative while also winning the hearts and minds of farmers who just want to make ends meet.
When the organisation is small, it’s relatively easy and intuitive how to work together. But the bigger the company gets, the less obvious it gets, especially in terms of building a company culture in teal organisations.
Sustainable fashion is a thing now. Retailers put “made from recycled materials,” “organic,” and “sustainable” labels on their clothes and collect worn-out apparel for recycling. But from the customers perspective, making sustainable choices is not a no-brainer.
According to recent estimates, the whole food production sector accounts for a third of global GHG emissions. A great part of those come strictly from agriculture.
Founders talk about impact measurement a lot. Most of the time, they complain about not knowing how to handle it.
As an entrepreneur, why would you want to have both a for-profit and non-profit organization? But that makes complete sense in many scenarios.
What’s the carbon footprint of software solutions? At a glance, its impact might seem minimal. Software development is responsible for “just” around 2.1 to 3.9 percent of global GHG emissions.