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This is a transcript of the podcast interview recorded for Sustainability Explored on 27 of February 2020.

This is Season 2 Episode 22.

You can listen to it here, or join on any of your favorite podcast platforms.

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Anna: [00:00:07] Hi, and welcome to Sustainability Explored — a podcast on sustainability and innovation in business and economy, a safe and friendly place to learn more about sustainability across industries.

My name is Anna and I’m your podcast host.

Every week I invite one professional in the field to share groundbreaking ideas on sustainability in a certain sphere, shed light on complicated concepts, and explore them as deep as possible with me. …


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This is a transcript of the podcast interview recorded for Sustainability Explored on 20 of February 2020.

This is Season 2 Episode 21.

You can listen to it here, or join on any of your favorite podcast platforms.

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Anna: [00:00:00] Hi and welcome to Sustainability Explored — a podcast on sustainability and innovation in business and economy; a place where we turn complicated terms, all those buzz words like ESG, ESMS, and Green Economy, climate crisis and so on, into easy and understandable concepts.

My name is Anna and I’m your podcast host.

Today is Thursday, the 20th of February, and this means a new episode is released on this podcast. You’re listening to Episode # 21 Season #2 and you’re about to hear a lot about sustainable fashion. …


Interview with Ralph Thurm

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This is a transcript of the podcast interview recorded for Sustainability Explored on 13 of February 2020.

This is Season 2 Episode 20.

You can listen to it here, or join on any of your favorite podcast platforms.

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Anna: [00:00:00] Hi and welcome to Episode # 20 of Sustainability Explored. A Podcast where we discover and explore different shapes of sustainability in business and economy.

A place where we make complicated concepts easy and understandable. Where buzzwords like ESMS, ESG, CSR, PRI, etc finally start making sense.

Every week I invite one leading professional in the field of sustainability across any industry to share his or her views on the present and future of the world through the prism of sustainable development. …


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This is a transcript of the podcast interview recorded for Sustainability Explored on 6 of February 2020.

This is Season 2 Episode 19.

You can listen to it here, or join on any of your favorite podcast platforms.

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Anna: [00:00:07] Hi and warm welcome everyone to Sustainability Explored, a podcast where we discover and explore different shapes and angles of sustainability in business and economy.

A place where we make complicated concepts easy and understandable, where buzzwords like climate change, environment, green economy, and so on finally start making sense.

This is the 19th episode, Season 2.

Today I’d like to look at the ESG that stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance — three central factors in measuring the sustainability and societal impact of an investment in a company or business. …


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This is a transcript of the podcast interview recorded for Sustainability Explored on 30 of January 2020.

This is Season 2 Episode 18.

You can listen to it here, or join on any of your favorite podcast platforms.

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Anna: Hi and welcome to Sustainability Explored — a podcast where we discover and explore corporate social responsibility, environmental and social risks, the benefits of the circular and green economy, culture, leadership, and so many more. And here’s me, your podcast host — Anna.

Today is Thursday, and as always, a new episode is released on this channel.

Once I read a story, a saying “If you want to be successful and occupy a professional niche, to be unique, take two seemingly uncollectable things and connect them and you will become unbeatable.” …


This is a transcript of the podcast interview recorded for Sustainability Explored on 17 of January 2020.

This is Season 2 Episode 17.

You can listen to it here, or join on any of your favorite podcast platforms.

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[00:11] Hi .. and welcome to the first episode of “Sustainability Explored” in 2020. I launched this podcast in May last year with the purpose to explore different angles, shapes and aspects of SUSTAINABILITY: among which — corporate culture, leadership, corporate social responsibility, environmental and social risk assessment, stakeholder engagement, climate reporting, energy transition and many more.

There are currently 16 episodes, 5 of them are interviews with leading experts in the fields…


This is a transcript of the podcast interview recorded for Sustainability Explored on 19 of December 2019.

This is Season 2 Episode 16.

You can listen to it here, or join on any of your favorite podcast platforms.

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Anna: [00:00:12] Hi, this is Sustainability Explored and me, Anna, your podcast host. Thanks for being with me today. As we are exploring different angles of sustainability here, I thought of the importance of communication.

It’s not a secret that communication is the key to success. And if we want our businesses, initiatives, NGOs to be sustainable — raising awareness, sharing (which is caring), and properly communicating with our audience is an integral part of the process. …


This is a transcript of the podcast interview recorded for Sustainability Explored on 9 of December 2019.

This is Season 2 Episode 15.

You can listen to it here, or join on any of your favorite podcast platforms.

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[00:10] Anna: Hi everyone, and welcome to Sustainability Explored, a podcast where we explore all the sides, angles, and colors of sustainability.

This is the third episode of the second season, Déjà!, and the fifteenth, I guess, overall, since I have started the Sustainability Explored. In the second season of this podcast, I would like to focus more on the energy — to know and understand where it’s coming from, are alternative so-called energies are really green and sustainable, and what influences the price of our energy, amongst others. …


This is a transcript of the podcast interview recorded for Sustainability Explored on 27 of November 2019.

This is Season 2 Episode 14.

You can listen to it here, or join on any of your favorite podcast platforms.

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[00:00] Hi, and welcome back to ‘Sustainability Explored’, a podcast on sustainability, environmental and social issues, justice, corporate leadership, circular economy, corporate social responsibility, and many more. This is me, Anna, as always your podcast host and a guide towards the world of sustainability and sustainable development.

Last week marked the opening of the second season of this podcast was a fruitful discussion on energy transition and climate change, with the energy and sustainability experts and professionals. We recorded it in Paris. Today I’m back home, I’m in Kyiv, and I want to talk to you today about the sustainability reporting. …


This is a transcript of the podcast interview recorded for Sustainability Explored on 23 of November 2019.

This is Season 2 Episode 13, the first episode of the 2nd season.

You can listen to it here, or join on any of your favorite podcast platforms.

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[00:05] Anna: Hi, this is Anna, and you’re listening to ‘Sustainability Explored’. I’m your guide to the world of corporate social responsibility, environment, social risks, circular economy and many more. Today I am recording this podcast episode from Paris where I’m attending the workshop (or a conference) called “Energy Transition and Climate Change. …

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