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Neuroscientist Beth McQuiston talks with intern Jomi Babatunde-Omoya about how flexibility builds career success.
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In this edition of Shaping the Future of STEM, host and high school intern Jomi Babatunde-Omoya speaks with Dr. Beth McQuiston, a neurologist, registered dietician and medical director for Abbott’s diagnostics business. Jomi calls her a "STEM triple threat." Listen as Beth shares how she found her way amid the science, technology, engineering and math fields and offers advice to young women looking to do the same.

GFSI Podcast: The Role of Science & Technology in Food Safety

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In this episode, host Linda Okpala welcomes the new Chair of the Global Food Safety Initiative's Science & Technology Advisory Group, David Crean, as they discuss the importance of the academic community in ensuring safe food for people everywhere and what has motivated David to dedicate his career to food safety.

Latest Podcast Release From WBCSD: Griffith Foods

Transforming their business and industry
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In this month’s podcast, Bill interviews Brian Griffith, Executive Chairman of Griffith Foods. Bill discusses with Brian how Griffith Foods successfully integrated ESG principles directly into its company business strategy, along with the strategic and competitive advantages this integration has provided Griffith Foods. Finally, the two outline the initial steps others can take to follow suit and embed ESG principles inside their respective companies.

Podcast: Lessons from Schneider Electric (Part II)

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In the newest episode of our Building Competitive Advantage in a Sustainable World podcast, David Young — a BCG Henderson Institute Fellow researching Sustainable Business Model Innovation — continues his interview with Schneider Electric’s Chief Strategy & Sustainability Officer, Olivier Blum.

Podcast: Lessons from Schneider Electric (Part I)

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In this episode of our Building Competitive Advantage in a Sustainable World podcast, David Young — a BCG Henderson Institute Fellow researching Sustainable Business Model Innovation — interviews Schneider Electric’s Chief Strategy & Sustainability Officer, Olivier Blum.

Accelerating Sustainability in Russia: A Retailer's Perspective

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In this episode, you will hear from Jyrki Talvitie, Senior Advisor on Sustainability at Magnit, who shares unique insights on the sustainability landscape in Russia, as well as updates on the retailer’s strategic work on key sustainability topics such as food waste, and healthy living. Tune in to hear more!

Podcast: An Appetite for Opportunity: Changing Dietary Goals

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In this episode of the CGF Podcast, host Louise Chester speaks to Markus Stripf, SpoonGuru, Georgie Altman, Google and Emma Burton, Price Waterhouse Cooper to find out more about a new report recently published by their respective companies. “An Appetite for Opportunity”, examines how consumers are increasingly making choices based on goals ranging from healthier living and ethical consumerism to greater convenience and stricter budgeting. Tune in to find out more about the findings of the report, and the implications and opportunities for the consumer goods industry.

Podcast: The Gender Lens of Forced Labour

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In the latest episode of the CGF Sustainability Podcast, host Louise Chester is joined by Veronika Pountcheva, Global Director of Corporate Responsibility and Senior Vice President at METRO AG and co-chair of the CGF’s Human Rights Coalition – Working to End Forced Labour. To mark Women’s History Month, Veronika speaks about gender-based violence, how this ties in with the issue of forced labour, and what our industry can do to help vulnerable, female workers in its supply chain.

China's Green (Investment) Revolution

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As China moves to make good on carbon targets, it will turn increasingly toward a large scale green investment strategy across its economy.

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As China moves to make good on carbon targets, it will turn increasingly toward a large scale green investment strategy across its economy.

ESG Insider: Why Companies, Investors Should Be Worried About Water

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World Water Day was March 22nd, and we’re marking the occasion by looking at the looming threat of water scarcity and the lack of investor appetite for financing water-related projects. According to the United Nations, 2.2 billion people globally lack safely managed drinking water, and 4.2 billion people do not have safely managed sanitation. The U.N. also warns that water scarcity could displace 700 million people by 2030. Access to clean water has become even more vital with COVID-19, which created a worldwide need for constant hand-washing.

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