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About the Green Connections Radio Show

Engaging, enlightening and entertaining interviews with
innovators and leaders in energy, clean tech and sustainability – featuring mostly women.

Green Connections Radio helps you
“live green, work green, earn green.”

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We can also be heard on:  iTunes, IHeart RadioStitcher, Women’s Radio, and TuneIn.

Podcast Topics Include:

  • Policy  – COP21, What can states do? Can the Pope move Congress?
  • Business – How do you reduce the carbon footprint of your business?
  • Finance/investing  – Where do you get funding for your business? Success on “SharkTank”!
  • Music, art, film/tv, books, and comedy  – Reducing the carbon footprint of movies
  • Products – Cars made from sustainable materials!
  • Where are the jobs?

  • Innovation – How do your shift a big company to being sustainable?
  • What’s the best training/education?
  • Communities – Which communities are models for sustainable urbanism?
  • Cool gadgets to make your life more fun as well as more “green”
  • Tips for your career, your business, your investments
  • Profiles of Insightful Innovators – Some you’ve heard of, others you should know

These are sample topics- as we have covered hundreds of different stories and subjects!

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  • Media inquiries for Joan Michelson as a guest expert or contributor, or segment producer
  • Speaking needs at your upcoming event, Joan Michelson as a speaker, moderator or M.C.

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