Blue Earth Summit

Our second speaker featured on the podcast is Poppy Stowell-Evans, internationalist and chair of Youth Climate Ambassadors for Wales
At a time when studying for A Levels might be considered the most important moment in your education journey, Poppy is also in the middle of building a serious and…
Business change leader and keynote speaker Mike Barry drops in on Blue Earth’s podcast
Everybody’s greatest personal strength is their personal greatest weakness. So my greatest strength is hopeless optimism. I do believe that I’ve got a responsibility, not least because of the relative…
Your Weekly Sound Waves – Speaking the Truth: Disrupting the Status Quo
As the younger generation continue to lead the growing movement for environmental change, it’s time to start listening and allowing them to influence the way we work.  Accepting that we’re…
Your Weekly Sound Waves – Funding Climate Action with Elliot Coad
How many coffees do you buy each month, 5,10,15? Have you ever thought about putting that money towards saving our planet? We have the solutions to the environmental crisis but…
Your Weekly Sound Waves – Are You A Creator Or Destroyer?
We’ve endured generations of excess, whereby the planned obsolescence of products has become the industry standard. But, with sustainability becoming a household topic, both consumers and businesses are finally calling…
Your Weekly Sound Waves – Pioneering Spirit for Inventing the Future
Bertrand Piccard wants to break the rules. He is, afterall, an explorer, and having flown around the world in a balloon, believes that we are prisoners of the winds of…
Your Weekly Sound Waves – Greenwashing and Grey Areas
With sustainability becoming a household conversation, businesses are increasingly incentivised to promote environmental credentials in order to stay relevant. But it takes more than planting a few trees and offsetting…
Your Weekly Sound Waves – Beyond Inspired
As we face a biodiversity crisis, there’s a growing need to solve the ongoing conflicts between people and animals. But how does change actually happen? By using psychology and the…
Your Weekly Sound Waves – Forging a Trail for Positive Change
The urgency for conservation is an ever-changing battle, be it the overfishing of salmon or poaching of elephants. But is the disparity between protecting humans and the natural world really…
Your Weekly Sound Waves – Ditching the Rhetoric
When is a jacket ready to throw away? With the average lifespan of clothing standing at just 3.3 years, it’s time to question our consumption and encourage consumers to choose…