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Welcome to Closing the Loop! A conversation about recycling, sustainability and the circular economy, brought to you by Return-It, an industry owned, not-for-profit product stewardship agency with beverage container management as its core business. Join Return-It President & CEO Allen Langdon as he speaks to industry leaders around the globe to bring awareness to environmental challenges and innovations. The podcast features thought-provoking conversations on some of the most important topic ...
 
Join Sphera on our journey to help companies keep their employees safe, products sustainable and operations productive—ultimately, to create sustainable value. Sphera Now is a podcast for environmental health, safety, and quality professionals around the globe.
 
What happens after the Mastermind Group? You're motivated after your conference, now what? Jasmine created the Find and Sustain Podcast in South Korea in November 2018. Jasmine is the author of "Set Your Truth Free: A Twenty-Somethings Guide to Living a Truth-Filled Life. Set Your Truth Free empowers the reader to explore innovative ideas like house hacking, living under their means, dating above the standard, the promotion of self-care, financial stewardship, faith, and more. She has been f ...
 
Welcome to The Farmer podcast! This podcast aims to serve those engaged in or aspiring to farm or homestead. Learn from Angela's successes and failures as she shares her experiences. The Farmer podcast is geared toward the beginning farmer or homesteader, but includes in-depth info on animal health, soil science, food preservation, homesteading skills and so much more!
 
Follow the Principles for Responsible Investment to get an insight into the world of responsible investment, with investor perspectives and discussion on a range of environmental, social and governance (ESG) topics. Don't miss an episode - released most Mondays. For any queries or suggestions, please contact ruth.wallis@unpri.org.
 
Do you love Jesus and love farming? Then this is the podcast for you! The host, Noah Sanders, is the author of Born-Again Dirt, Farming to the Glory of God. On this show he shares how we can connect faith and farming so that we can find purpose in glorifying God and serving others while excelling in land stewardship. As a market gardener and homesteader Noah shares stories from his own journey as well as interviews of other Christian Agrarians. Join us as we seek to Redeem the Dirt!
 
A Sustainable Mind is a podcast created for the earth-conscious individual, ecopreneur, environmental activist, sustainability enthusiast, grassroots organizer, minimalist, conscious consumer and the eco-curious. If you are looking to get inspired, motivated and take ACTION to be the change you want to see in the world you are in the right place. Delivered to you each week, Marjorie Alexander brings you environmental changemakers whose campaigns, companies and projects have changed the plane ...
 
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Beneficiaries are increasingly interested in how their money is managed, and the demand for investors to take heed of this is growing. Join the PRI’s Emmet McNamee and special guests Xander den Uyl, Trustee, ABP (and PRI board member), and Marion Maloney, Head of Responsible Investment, Environment Agency Pension Fund in this episode of the PRI pod…
 
Farmers are unprepared for the big drop in income they will suffer as the Basic Payment Scheme is phased out in England. The annual BPS payment makes up 36% of farm income – but one in three farmers have done nothing to replace it – despite cuts less than six months away. The finding comes in a special survey to mark the start of Transition, a majo…
 
On this episode of Banking on KC, Teresa Hamilton, founder of Giving the Basics, joins host Kelly Scanlon to share details about the nonprofit’s mission to “give the basics” to those lacking personal hygiene products in the U.S. Tune in to discover: Why Teresa was inspired to found Giving the Basics. How the organization works through community org…
 
In the third episode of the PRI’s human rights podcast series, the PRI’s Elena Espinoza speaks to two members of Grenfell United, a group of survivors and bereaved families of the Grenfell Tower fire, and Simon Whistler, real assets lead at the PRI. The Grenfell Tower fire occurred early in the morning of Wednesday 14 June 2017 in North Kensington,…
 
In this week's episode, with harvest 2021 is under way, we look at what's happening to crops coming off the field. Farm Safety Week starts with a plea to come home safe – we examine how you can stay out of danger on the farm this summer. The latest Red Tractor scheme rules are announced: are they a step too far? And we have a special interview with…
 
What are the potential solutions for the recycling of plastic beverage containers? In this episode of Closing the Loop, Allen speaks with Steve Alexander, President & CEO of The Association of Plastic Recyclers, an international trade association representing the plastics recycling industry. They discuss APRR’s position paper on deposit collection …
 
On this episode of Banking on KC, Debbie Wilkerson, president and CEO of the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation, joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss how individuals and companies can grow their charitable giving using the resources the Foundation offers. Tune in to discover: The advantages of a donor-advised fund. How the Foundation’s profess…
 
The way we read and understand the Exodus influences the way we read the rest of the Bible. The events in Ex. 1-18 set the stage for the law, the promised land, and the life, death, and resurrection of Christ. But there are also some difficult questions in these chapters. Who hardened Pharaoh's heart? Where is Mount Sinai? Why did God bring plagues…
 
Prince Charles' warning over family farms, water for agriculture, arable futures, national food strategy, & down the cattle lines at the Great Yorkshire Show In this episode, Prince Charles highlights his concern for family farms – and says the future of the countryside depends on their survival. Have you had your fill? We examine what the governme…
 
On this special edition of The Soul of the Nation, Rev Jim Wallis revisits his conversation with Heather McGhee Author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together, Heather McGhee speaks with Rev. Jim Wallis on the impacts racism has on our economy, changing the narrative, she say…
 
On this episode of Banking on KC, Chris Lewellen, president of popular Waldo and Brookside restaurants The Well Bar Grill & Rooftop, Lew’s Grill and Bar, and Charlie Hooper’s Bar and Grille, joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss his entrepreneurial journey, his father’s legacy, the opportunities that lie ahead for Kansas City and why he’s so committe…
 
Drawing on insights from 2021’s AGM season, this PRI podcast episode dives into the subject of achieving meaningful outcomes through investor stewardship, particularly in the context of climate action and decarbonisation. The guest speakers share both academic and practical insights on the stewardship tools and practices at investors’ disposal when…
 
What can British Columbians do with used, end-of-life large appliances like dishwashers, ovens, and fridges? Michael Zarbl, Executive Director at the Major Appliance Recycling Roundtable (MARR) joins Allen to discuss BC’s rapidly expanding large appliance recycling program. Allen and Michael chat about the importance of large appliance recycling, h…
 
In this episode, we preview the new 4x4 Ineos Grenadier and ask: can it really replace the much-missed old-style Land Rover Defender? As the government moves away from badger culling, will cattle vaccination be a game-changer in the battle against bovine tuberculosis? We look at a new set of free e-tools that could make it easier to get the best fr…
 
On this episode of Banking on KC, Andrew Dowis, CEO of Pro Athlete, joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss how to create a game-winning culture and the key to creating a purpose-driven brand. Tune in to discover why it’s important to be intentional about your company culture, how Pro Athlete has made stewardship actionable and impactful, the keys to e…
 
This episode of the Farmers Weekly Podcast was recorded on location at the 2021 Cereals event in Lincolnshire. In this episode, Defra secretary George Eustice pledges a 30% uplift in support payments to farmers who improve soil health. But is it enough? We take a look at the latest robotic tractor as it woos the crowds at Cereals. Does it stack up?…
 
Today we are discussing about Voice Productivity. the ProductivityCast team explains how to use Voice on our devices and technology to be more effective and productive. We have in the past We discussed voice assistants in episode 071 (Personal Outsourcing) and episode 086 (IoT Productivity).(If you’re reading this in a podcast directory/app, please…
 
On this episode of Banking on KC, Dr. Williams, executive director of the Black Archives of Mid-America, joins host Kelly Scanlon to announce the launch of the new Genealogy Lab and why it’s important to the Black Archive’s mission and to our local history. Plus, get a sneak preview of the new exhibit the Black Archives will be opening soon—the Wom…
 
With only four months to go until COP26 in Glasgow, our last major opportunity to get back on track with the goals of the Paris Agreement and limit global warming to 1.5 degrees C, investor action on climate has never been more critical. In this podcast we will explore the steps Wellington Management are taking to help lead the charge, as one of th…
 
This week's episode of the Farmers Weekly Podcast was recorded on location at Groundswell – the UK annual event dedicated to regenerative agriculture. We meet the farmers who are improving soil health while ensuring their farms remain profitable and productive. How do they do it? We look at the latest government plans to reward farmers who look aft…
 
On this very special episode of Soul of the Nation, Rev. Jim Wallis talks with ice cream entrepreneur and social justice advocate Ben Cohen (of Ben and Jerry's) about ending the systemic violence committed by police across the United States against communities of color. Cohen advocates for the end of qualified immunity for police and the demilitari…
 
Using the Eisenhower Matrix Productivity MethodLongtime productivity technique, Eisenhower Method, is often tied to the myth of President Dwight D. Eisenhower. After all, it’s named after him! But, there’s much more to the prioritization method than meets the eye. In this episode, the ProductivityCast team explains the Eisenhower Matrix (or more ap…
 
On this episode of Banking on KC, Justin Hoover, executive director of The Battle Within, joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss how the organization provides veterans and first responders with a path to healing. Founded by a group of veterans, first responders, community leaders and other supporters, The Battle Within helps “warriors” heal from the t…
 
In the sixth podcast of a series on the ESG in Credit Risk and Ratings Initiative, Sixtine Dubost (PRI) focusses with Barbara Cohen (Scope Ratings) and Shawn Keegan (Alliance Bernstein) on social factors, how they affect the probability of default of an issuer or of a bond issue and why their relevance is increasing.…
 
In this episode, we catch up with 21-year-old farmer Kaleb Cooper – the unexpected star of Jeremy Clarkson's latest TV series. We ask Kaleb what it was like working with Jeremy – and how much of what we see in the eight-part series is real, and how much is for the cameras. We speak to the Cambridgeshire farmer being sued by plant-based drinks giant…
 
Plowing and tilling has become such a part of farming and gardening that many of us can't imagine how you would prepare a garden or grow crops any other way. But in this episode I share how caring for the soil God's way and mimicing his models in creation can have great benefit and result in greater profit. I want to thank the Mid-Ohio Growers Conf…
 
uthor of Without Oars: Casting Off into a Life of Pilgrimage, Wesley Granberg-Michaelson shares his reflections on recent violence in Israel and Palestine with Rev. Jim Wallis. Granberg-Michaelson offers insight to help open the eyes for people of faith. "Do we see the people that are involved at the most grassroots level.? Do we get beyond all the…
 
On this episode of Banking on KC, Jon Stephens, president and CEO of Port KC, joins host Kelly Scanlon to provide an update on some of the new initiatives Port KC is working on and their impact on Kansas City and the surrounding region. Find out about the progress of the new river terminal, more plans for Berkeley Riverfront, the KC Streetcar expan…
 
In this episode, after a farmer uses a telehandler to remove a car blocking his gateway, we ask what are your rights when it removing vehicles on your land? We look at how wheat growers are blending their own seed mixtures to reduce their fungicide use and improve profitability. On the markets, are arable commodity prices set to stay high? Is your …
 
On this episode of Banking on KC, Heather Spalding, co-founder of Cambrian, joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss how her company is leveraging augmented reality (AR) to provide solutions for DIYers and others in the home improvement industry. Using Cambrian’s app, customers can see a realistic rendering of their space with new paint colors, flooring…
 
Vice President of AACC and author, Michelle Reyes speaks with Rev. Jim Wallis about her new book, Becoming All Things: How Small Changes Lead To Lasting Connections Across Cultures. Reyes discusses the Christian community and the uprise of targeted hate crimes against the AAPI community in America. "The Asian community has been targets of systemic …
 
In this episode, criminal gangs reveal how they target farmers to locate expensive items of machinery they can then steal to order. Are you going organic? The latest figures show a surge in the amount of farmland going into conversion. On the markets, are input prices putting dairy margins under pressure? We take a look at the latest grassland vari…
 
Who was Paul and how should we interpret his writings? In recent years, the New Perspective on Paul has redefined some of the fundamental questions in Paul's letters. Was Paul's background Jewish, Greek, or both? What is the relationship between grace and law? Are we saved by faith, works, or both? Cole Feix and Jarrett Ford discuss these trends in…
 
In this episode, young farm workers are dicing with death by filming stunts involving moving farm machinery – and posting the footage on the internet. We examine the employment procedures put in place by farmers and agricultural contractors to stop it happening. As the prospect of a tariff-free trade deal with Australia draws closer, we ask whether…
 
Protecting our oceans and waterways goes beyond recycling; this year, Return-It is partnering with the Pacific Salmon Foundation on efforts to manage the problem of microplastics in salmon habitats. Allen sits down with Mike Meneer, President & CEO, Pacific Salmon Foundation to discuss the work they are doing to protect salmon habitat and what we c…
 
On this episode of Banking on KC, Eric Dickinson, president of Urban Ranger Corps, joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss the nonprofit’s work of providing young men in the urban core with an opportunity to acquire work experience, provide service to the community, and develop life skills that prepare them for a successful future. Founded by Father Jo…
 
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