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Speaking of Green, raises awareness on sustainability and green issues, companies and organizations that support green living and promote more eco friendly environments.
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🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-05-27 22:08
last episode published
2019-05-23 14:00
publication frequency
11.09 days
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Number of Episodes
321
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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
23.05.2019

A Ray of Hope - Midcourse Correction Revisited

John A. Lanier joined the Ray C. Anderson Foundation as Executive Director in May 2013. Serving in this role has been an immense honor, and he feels privileged to work with his family to advance the legacy of Ray, his grandfather. Lanier's passion for ...
Southeast Green author
18.04.2019

Making Building Supplies Toxin Free

ZHERORisk The European Union (EU) paid for universities in Italy to conduct an R&D project aimed at lowering the safety, health and environmental risks associated with high performance flooring installation products to zero. Today, most flooring ...
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20.12.2018

Fryer Grease yields Platinum in Atlanta

Cloyd Thomas Dunn IV - Accomplished Franchising Professional with 15+ years of franchise industry experience. Currently the COO of Filta Environmental Kitchen Solutions, an International Franchisor with locations in 23 countries. Since 1996, the Filta...
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8.08.2018

You can't MacGyver the Electric Grid

Dawn lives in Henry County with her husband, Chris. Dawn is an army brat whose father, Jim, retired from the Army and mother, Maggie, served as a reservist. Dawn and Chris are members of Christ the King Catholic Church and support charitable organizati...
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14.12.2017

Rev. Jenny Phillips and COP23

Hear about COP23 from Jenny Phillips Creation Care Manager with the United Methodist Committee on Relief. The Rev. Jenny Phillips has been minister for environmental stewardship and advocacy of the Pacific Northwest Annual (regional) Conference for th...
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17.11.2017

Georgia World Congress Center LEEDing the Way

Tim Trefzer is head of environmental sustainability and corporate social responsibility for the Georgia Dome, Georgia World Congress Center, Centennial Olympic Park, and the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center since 2010, Tim has oversee...
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17.11.2017

Georgia World Congress Center LEEDing the Way

Tim Trefzer is head of environmental sustainability and corporate social responsibility for the Georgia Dome, Georgia World Congress Center, Centennial Olympic Park, and the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center since 2010, Tim has oversee...
Southeast Green author
16.11.2017

What do faith, Antartica and biology have in common?

James B. McClintock came to UAB in 1987 and has served as Dean of the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (1999-2003) and as Interim Dean of the Graduate School (2003-2005). His research has been funded continuously over the past 25 years by the...
Southeast Green author
16.11.2017

What do faith, Antarctica and biology have in common?

James B. McClintock came to UAB in 1987 and has served as Dean of the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (1999-2003) and as Interim Dean of the Graduate School (2003-2005). His research has been funded continuously over the past 25 years by the...
Southeast Green author
16.11.2017

What do faith, Antarctica and biology have in common?

James B. McClintock came to UAB in 1987 and has served as Dean of the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (1999-2003) and as Interim Dean of the Graduate School (2003-2005). His research has been funded continuously over the past 25 years by the...
Southeast Green author
29.09.2017

Atlanta Mayoral Candidate: Cathy Woolard

The Atlanta Mayoral race is heading into the home stretch. With nine candidates, it's a large field of many ideas and voices. The question that needs to be asked by the Atlanta sustainability community is who has the best vision for the leadership Atla...
Southeast Green author
29.09.2017

Atlanta Mayoral Candidate: Cathy Woolard

The Atlanta Mayoral race is heading into the home stretch. With nine candidates, it's a large field of many ideas and voices. The question that needs to be asked by the Atlanta sustainability community is who has the best vision for the leadership Atla...
Southeast Green author
22.08.2017

Fashion and Recycling go hand in hand in Georgia

Oka-B is more than a shoe, it’s a lifestyle.  At Oka-B, we believe fashion and comfort should never be  mutually exclusive.  Look effortlessly chic while running through the airport in our sandals.  Conquer the boardroom or the PTA meeting in our flats...
Southeast Green author
15.08.2017

Speaking of Green - Episode August 15, 2017

Join us as we discuss today's topics on sustainability.
Southeast Green author
15.08.2017

A wooly solution to a hairy challenge

Havelock Wool was established to address the increased consumer demand amongst those seeking a healthier lifestyle and environment. Wool insulation manages moisture while improving indoor air quality by absorbing harmful chemicals; wool should be a par...
Southeast Green author
8.08.2017

Speaking of Green

Join hostess, Beth Bond, as she interviews leaders who are making our planet more sustainable.
Southeast Green author
8.08.2017

A Wooly Solution to A Hairy Challenge

Havelock Wool was established to address the increased consumer demand amongst those seeking a healthier lifestyle and environment. Wool insulation manages moisture while improving indoor air quality by absorbing harmful chemicals; wool should be a par...
Southeast Green author
25.07.2017

New Report Faults Biomass Greenwashing Scheme

Adam Macon is the Program Director at Dogwood Alliance. He joined the organization in 2014 and since that time has successfully elevated the Our Forests Aren't Fuel campaign to international prominence, and has been instrumental in supporting the devel...
Southeast Green author
18.07.2017

Keeping the Cleaning Industry Clean

The Cleaning Product Industry is changing the way it does boes business. Melissa Grande is Associate Director, Sustainability Initiatives at the American Cleaning Institute (ACI). Since 2012, Melissa has served as a leader developing and supporting AC...
Southeast Green author
7.07.2017

City on the Verge with Mark Pendergrast

Mark Pendergrast was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, the fourth of seven children in a family that valued civil rights, the environment, sailing, reading, and games of chase and charades. He earned a B.A. in English literature from Harvard, taught...
Southeast Green author
23.06.2017

EVs make Money for Georgia

Anne is the program manager for SACE’s clean fuels and bioenergy programs. Her work focuses on diesel emissions reduction, advanced transportation and the utilization of biomass for electricity and fuel production, with an emphasis on state and federal...
Southeast Green author
15.06.2017

300th Episode: Turning the Tables

Hostess Beth Bond looks back over 300 episodes and is interviewed by Southeast Green Intern, Charlotte Spaeth. Charlotte Spaeth is an Atlanta native and a graduate of Riverwood International Charter School and is currently studying Journalism at the Un...
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9.05.2017

Florida's Good News on Solar

Susan Glickman Florida Director, SACE Action Fund Susan has worked with Southern Alliance for Clean Energy since 2001 as a consultant and lobbyist and was named Florida Director in August 2013. Susan has a background in running political campaigns an...
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4.05.2017

EcoLink creating sustainability by using less and supporting more

Brandon: Brandon is a 17-year veteran at Ecolink Inc where he has done just about every job except drive the company’s fork lift. A zero waste zealot, Brandon thinks about every touch point associated with company’s products to minimize environmental ...
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3.05.2017

What the heck is a Liquid Food Composter?

Iain Milnes is founder and president of Power Knot, the leading provider of environmentally sound products that reduce costs and carbon footprint. With its headquarters in San Jose, Calif., Power Knot provides innovative solutions for commercial, indus...
Southeast Green author
2.05.2017

Military goes green for safety, not just to reduce carbon footprint

Ron was born in Israel and grew up in Africa, Asia, Europe and the USA. Ron started his first business at the age of 13 when living in France. After spending a few years in a Fortune 100 Company, he left to pursue his entrepreneurial path. He is now th...
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26.04.2017

Environmental Injustice in Uniontown, Alabama

In 2009, Arrowhead Landfill in Uniontown became the new host for millions of cubic yards of coal ash after it spilled out of a landfill in Tennessee following a catastrophic dike failure. The coal ash in Tennessee contaminated land, rivers, reservoirs,...
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19.04.2017

Hydrogen adding health benefits to your life

H2forLife is colloidal platinum dissolved in purified spring water and super saturated with molecular hydrogen under high pressure. Numerous recent scientific studies have demonstrated that molecular hydrogen acts as a safe and highly effective method ...
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17.04.2017

Protecting our food and water with Andrew Kimbrell

Andrew Kimbrell is an internationally recognized public interest attorney, public speaker, and author. He is the founder and Executive Director of Center for Food Safety.  He also is Director of the San Francisco based Center for Technology Assessment,...
Southeast Green author
30.03.2017

Award Winning Design Materials bring Nature Indoors

The Bark House at Highland Craftsmen Inc. was co-founded in 1990 by Chris McCurry.  The business was intentionally designed to create whole-building products that are pure, with processes that are regenerative to people, planet and prosperity. Bark Ho...
Southeast Green author
29.03.2017

Solarize Decatur-DeKalb proving Residential Solar works in Georgia

With 15 years of legal experience in real estate, Don began working in the solar industry in 2011 developing distributed generation and utility scale solar PV projects. Don has developed several MWs of solar for TVA and Georgia Power solar programs as ...
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22.03.2017

Roof Tech - Making Solar Installations Prettier One Roof at a Time

Sam Hilley of Roof Tech
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16.03.2017

Rethinking Old Tires with Cox Conserves

Golden Isles Conservation Center removes tires from waste stream, breaks them down to original components for second life Cox Enterprises announced that its Golden Isles Conservation Center, located in Nahunta, Ga., is bringing a new technology to the...
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14.03.2017

Solarize Success for Residential Installations

With the success of Solarize programs in Georgia and building one in South Carolina, Russell Seifert, President of Creative Solar USA and Creative Solar Southeast, discusses why Solarize programs work so well for residential installations and the benef...
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6.03.2017

Environmental Theology and Science with Ask Science Mike

Mike McHargue (better known as Science Mike) is an author, podcaster, and speaker who travels the world helping people understand the science of life's most profound experiences. His bestselling debut book, Finding God in the Waves, has helped thousand...
Southeast Green author
1.03.2017

Toshiba's Nuclear Meltdown

Sara Barczak, High Risk Energy Director, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy As program director for high risk energy choices, Sara provides extensive outreach and support to concerned citizens, organizing partners, the media, and decision-makers and p...
Southeast Green author
28.02.2017

Solarize Decatur-DeKalb: Successful Lessons Learned

K.C. Boyce is senior product director for the Utility Trusted Brand & Customer Engagement studies at Market Strategies International. He manages the development and delivery of syndicated studies and best practices with a focus on helping utilities...
Southeast Green author
16.02.2017

How GP PRO is Making the World's Restrooms Sustainable

John Mulcahy – Vice President – Sustainability, North American Consumer Products John Mulcahy is Vice President of Sustainability for Georgia-Pacific Consumer Products LP, where he is responsible for the sustainability and corporate social responsibil...
Southeast Green author
2.02.2017

Take a Ride on The Ray

Allie Kelly is Executive Director of The Ray. A Georgia native, Allie earned a B.A. degree in political science from the University of Georgia. She has worked in public policy for over 15 years, first as a lobbyist for UPS in Washington, D.C., then re...
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1.02.2017

It starts with a Small Good Thing

Pamela Tanner Boll, an artist, filmmaker, writer, and activist, is the Director of Who Does She Think She Is? a film about five artists who are mothers. She is the Co-Executive Producer of Academy Award-winning Born into Brothels, and the Executive Pro...
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26.01.2017

New Adventures with Sally Bethea

Sally Bethea is the retired founding director of Chattahoochee Riverkeeper (CRK), a nonprofit environmental advocacy organization established in 1994 whose mission is to protect and restore the Chattahoochee River, its tributaries and watershed. She ha...
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10.01.2017

Does your business have The Sustainability Edge?

Suhas Apte is a senior executive with rich, diverse experience covering many facets of business management. Suhas has developed a valuable global perspective, extensive CPG industry experience and sustainability credentials based on a broad career path...
Southeast Green author
20.12.2016

Coca-Cola: For Every Drop We Use, We Give One Back

Jonathan S. Radtke, Water Sustainability Program Director, Coca-Cola North America Jon Radtke is the Water Sustainability Program Director for Coca-Cola North America based in Atlanta, GA. In this role, he manages the company’s water stewardship progr...
Southeast Green author
6.12.2016

The Hip Hop Caucus and Environmental Justice

Rev. Lennox Yearwood Jr., President and CEO of the Hip Hop Caucus, is a minister, community activist and one of the most influential people in Hip Hop political life. He works tirelessly to encourage the Hip Hop generation to utilize its political and ...
Southeast Green author
29.11.2016

Veterans& Energy Efficiency - Serving those who have served us

Frank Wickstead is a licensed general contractor in Georgia, a LEEDapBD+C, and a Building Performance Institute Building Analyst proctor/trainer and Subject Matter Expert. Frank has degrees in Architectural Design and Building Construction from Georgia...
Southeast Green author
11.11.2016

Why wait for a Tesla Roof? When you can have a SolarSkin

Ido is the co-founder of Sistine Solar, a company dedicated to designing beautiful solar systems. He has a diverse background in strategy, sales and product innovation. Past work experience includes: helping launch the modu phone - a modular phone conc...
Southeast Green author
4.11.2016

Why Florida Businesses are Vote #NoOn1

Join us as we speak to Ken LaRoe of First Green Bank. In 2009, Mr. LaRoe opened First Green Bank, the first bank with an environmental mission in the eastern United States. Mr. LaRoe is the Founder, Board Chairman and CEO of the holding company, First...
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18.10.2016

Florida's Anti-Solar Amendment 1 - A wolf in sheep's clothing

Dr. Stephen Smith is back to discuss the second amendment that Floridians will vote on this year, but unlike Amendment 4 Amendment 1 is bad news for consumers. Find out why as we discuss #NoOn1 Dr. Stephen A. Smith has 30 years of experience effecting...
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14.10.2016

What's it like to have a Grandfather who changed the World?

John A. Lanier joined the Ray C. Anderson Foundation as Executive Director in May 2013. Serving in this role has been an immense honor for him, and he feels privileged to work with his family to advance the legacy of Ray, his grandfather. Prior to join...
Southeast Green author
23.09.2016

Telling the Stories of Solar

Too often, solar power gets caught up in detailed policy debates and it can be easy to lose sight of the real people who could benefit from more solar in our region: families, farmers, businesses, schools, faith congregations, non-profit organizations,...
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