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Environmental Health Risks & Innovation – Dr. Maria Freire, President, the Foundation of the National Institutes of Health

"The potential disastrous health effects" of climate change include an "increase (in the) rates of allergies, asthma, heart disease and cancer, among other illnesses."The Scientific American, 2017How do we innovate our way through the risks to public health from climate change? Listen to the remarkable Dr. Maria Freire, President of the Foundation of the NIH (National Institutes of Health) with Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson to find out! read more

Professional Eco-Vets – with Erica Courtney of 2020Vets

“How is what you're doing affecting your community?" Erica Courtney on Green Connections Radio Applying lessons learned doing logistics as a combat officer in the U.S. Army, Erica Courtney is helping companies reduce their energy and water use to also become more...

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Making News – Jen Boynton, TriplePundit Media

Do you wonder how the news is made? Whether to trust it? Do you have a great story to tell and want to know how? Find out here. Listen to Jen Boynton, Editor-in-Chief of TriplePundit Media tell Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson how they create news that...

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Gifts with Values – Jules Pieri, The Grommet

Are you looking for different gifts this year, those that match your values, are creative, and made by "real people" not mass produced? Then, prepare to take notes as you listen to Jules Pieri, Founder & CEO of the creative gift site The Grommet on Green...

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Jeans from Wood? – Tricia Carey, Lenzing Fibers

"It's about how the customer will feel." Tricia Carey About 85% of our clothing ends up in a landfill. Ugh! How do we reduce this environmental hazard -- and still wear great clothes? Listen to this fascinating conversation with Tricia Carey of Lenzing Fabrics about...

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Eco-Bedding? – Eileen Mockus, Coyuchi

  Are you shopping for new bedding for your college kids or yourself? Before you do, listen to my interview with Coyuchi CEO Eileen Mockus about eco-bedding -- and you might never shop for bedding the same way again! Coyuchi has been manufacturing organic cotton...

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Power Standards – Karen Bartleson, IEEE

We tend to take standards for granted, and want "our" technology to be special and proprietary, but standards are critical so systems can work together. Listen to Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson's intriguing conversation with Karen Bartleson, President of...

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– David, CEO EdgeStudio.com

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Joan Bryna Michelson, MBA is an award-winning business and communications leader, public speaker and host of the acclaimed podcast series, Green Connections Radio™... Read More

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