Discover our Activating Sustainability podcast series, dedicated to bringing to you insights and guidance on the latest sustainability thinking across sectors, topics and geographies.
Throughout these episodes, Anthesis experts, often alongside a suite of guests, unpack sustainability topics and explore what can be done as individuals, citizens, businesses, governments and collectives to turn the tide in this decisive decade.
Each episode brings a fresh panel, with new ideas and industry-leading expertise. Tune in and join us as we explore sustainability together.
Episode 38 | The Adventure of Sustainable Performance
In this Activating Sustainability episode, our host Chris Peterson is joined by Stuart McLachlan and Dean Sanders, to discuss their new book: The Adventure of Sustainable Performance: Beyond ESG Compliance to Leadership in the New Era.
In episode one of the Activating Sustainability podcast, host and Associate Director Chris Peterson is joined by Executive Director Don Reed to discuss the emerging risks and opportunities of climate change, and how organisations can begin to quantify them.
In episode two of the Activating Sustainability podcast, host Chris Peterson is joined by Anthesis Group’s Chief Sustainability Officer and previous Head of Sustainability at Sainsbury’s, Paul Crewe, to discuss why sustainability is critical to commercial success.
In episode three of the Activating Sustainability podcast, Chris Peterson sits down with Technical Director Susan Harris to discuss all things sustainable fashion, exploring some of the controversies, as well as how the sector can begin the shift towards more sustainable supply chains.
In episode four of the Activating Sustainability podcast, we hear from Anthesis’ Associate Director Jono Adams on the sometimes conflicting goals of plastic and carbon reduction.
In episode five of the Activating Sustainability podcast, Executive Director Josh Whitney joins Chris Peterson for episode five to discuss climate change, Science-Based Targets and businesses committing to the 1.5 degree target.
In episode six of Anthesis Group’s podcast series, Chris Peterson is joined by Strategy Director James Wallis to explore the rise of brands putting purpose before profit, and Anthesis Group’s new positioning as the sustainability activator.
This month’s podcast host, Lisa Grice, is joined by special guests from the life sciences division of multinational Merck KGaA and Anthesis colleague Richard Peagam to discuss all things circular economy.
Our host Chris Peterson is joined by Anthesis colleagues and ESG specialists Don Reed and Tim Clare, to discuss the business value for companies to report in line with the requirements of TCFD.
Episode 9 | Nira Johri from Rich Products Corporation on Sustainability and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
In the ninth episode of the Wise Women in Waste Podcast, we are joined by Nira Johri to look at her career path and perspectives on sustainable business strategies at Rich Products.
For this special episode of the Wise Women in Waste podcast series, we discuss what the outcomes of COP26 mean for the circular economy and sustainable production and consumption globally.
Our podcast host Chris Peterson is joined by Anthesis Director, Sarah Gilby, to reflect on short and long-term ESG management in these evolving times.
In this episode of Activating Sustainability we discuss COVID-19 implications for supply chain relationships in the apparel industry. They draw connections between social and environmental sustainability and discuss opportunities to #buildbackbetter.
In this episode of Activating Sustainability our host, Chris Peterson is joined by Anthesis Lavola experts, Joana Soares and Miquel Rubio to discuss the new European Green Deal and what this early model of ‘Build Back Better’ could look like.
In this episode of Activating Sustainability, we’re joined by Anthesis experts, Ben Lynch and Huw Blackwell to discuss the current trends, key drivers, challenges and opportunities in the built environment..
In this episode of Activating Sustainability, our host Chris Peterson is joined by Marta Lacruz Sobré, Director of the Education division at Anthesis Lavola to discuss environmental education and the importance of teaching children who may go on to be future policy decision makers and consumers.
In this episode of Activating Sustainability, joined by our special guest from Closed Loop Partners’ innovation center— we break down the basics of advanced recycling of plastic waste and challenges in the circular economy for plastics.
In this episode of Activating Sustainability, we hear from Anthesis Executive Directors George Favaloro and Josh Whitney, who share their perspective on the biggest opportunities and obstacles for climate action under the Biden administration.
As the world demands more transparency of goods and services across the world, companies will have to face up to the need to ensure human rights are considered across the whole value chain. What does this mean for your company? Listen and find out.
In this special podcast episode to celebrate B Corp Month, find out what the future holds for the B CorpTM movement and Anthesis’ plans for delivering meaningful impact as a ‘Better Business’.
ESG Expert Don Reed explores the mixed messages coming from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) around a potential new task force for ESG.
In this episode, our Anthesis leaders share their thoughts and insights on the huge shift they have seen in the sustainability agenda and why the world has woken up to the reality of climate change.
Chris Peterson is joined by Steph Wall (ESG Director from Palatine Private Equity) and Andrew Noone (Director at Anthesis UK) for an informative episode about the successful roll out of Carbon Literacy training across Palatine’s entire portfolio of companies.
Join Chris Peterson, Simon Davis and Honor Cowen as they explore the rapidly evolving world of agricultural systems and its impact on food, retail and textiles and aligning with the business case for Net Zero.
Chris Peterson is joined by Anthesis LCA experts Jim Fava and Caroline Gaudreault to discuss the business value of Life Cycle Assessments.
In episode 25 of our Activating Sustainability podcast series, Paul Crewe and Simeran Bachra reflect on the key takeaways to come out of COP26.
Join Chris Peterson and Anthesis Energy leaders, Ben Lynch and Agneta Persson, to discuss the transformational change required to reduce carbon emissions by 50% in the next 10 years.
Join Chris Peterson, Chantelle Ludski, and Brad Blundell as they discuss their views on the year ahead.
In this episode of Activating Sustainability, our experts discuss their key takeaways and impressions from GreenBiz 22. They touch on the importance of social impact, diversity and inclusion, and the increasing role of the financial sector in the corporate sustainability world during the decisive decade.
In this Activating Sustainability episode, our host Chris Peterson is joined by members of our Anthesis water team, Dave Jaekel, Therese Karkowski, and Chris Morris, to reflect on this year’s World Water Day theme: The Importance of Groundwater.
In this Activating Sustainability episode, our host Chris Peterson is joined by Lemis Tarajano and Ana Espinosa to explore sustainable product design thinking.
In this Activating Sustainability episode, our host Chris Peterson is joined by Cher Mereweather and Jon Duschinsky to share how they have experienced changing priorities in the food system during this decisive decade.
In this Activating Sustainability episode, our host Chris Peterson is joined by John Leppers and Ella Baz to share their thoughts around the increasingly important topic of carbon offsets.
In this Activating Sustainability episode, three of our experts walk through the latest insights from the COP27 climate talks in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.
Three Anthesis nature and biodiversity experts attended the COP15 conference on Biodiversity in Montreal. Listen to their key takeaways in our latest podcast episode.
Several Anthesis delegates attended the GreenBiz23 conference in Arizona in February. Listen to their key takeaways in our latest podcast episode.
Anthesis executive Paul Crewe comments on the recently released IPCC AR6 Synthesis Report.
In this Activating Sustainability episode, our host Chris Peterson is joined by Dave Jaeckel, Principal Consultant with the Anthesis water practice, to discuss where water is at in the climate agenda, current and future efforts surrounding water, and outcomes from the 2023 UN Water Conference.
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