777: Graham HIll on Cutting Your Carbon Footprint.

Helping corporations develop sustainability strategies.

In This Podcast:

Join Graham Hill, the creator of TreeHugger.com, as he shares about 6 ways to slash your carbon footprint. These ways include reduce by using renewables, reduce miles driven by stacking trips, move to a plant rich diet and Greg’s Fav – Compost. Listen to this episode for more examples for carbon foot print reduction.

Our Guest:

Graham is the founder and CEO of The Carbonauts. He is one of Fast Company’s “100 Most Creative People in Business” and has been featured on the cover of Inc. and Dwell Magazines.  Before The Carbonauts, Graham founded the ground-breaking website TreeHugger, which was the most trafficked green site for years, with billions of page views.  He has worked in the environmental field for over 22 years and is known for his ability to eloquently explain how we can all create a simpler, wealthier, greener, and happier planet.

The Carbonauts help Fortune 1000 companies build climate-literate, sustainability enthusiastic cultures via tools such as live, interactive sustainability workshops. The Carbonauts believe that if companies can find and support internal sustainability change-agents that their ranks will start to grow –  and once these change agents reach 25% of the company, a rapid transition to a powerful, sustainability-forward culture will take place. 





Some of the links in our podcast show notes and blog posts are affiliate links and if you go through them to make a purchase, we will earn a nominal commission at no cost to you. We offer links to items recommended by our podcast guests and guest writers as a service to our audience and these items are not selected because of the commission we receive from your purchases. We know the decision is yours, and whether you decide to buy something is completely up to you. 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

The reCAPTCHA verification period has expired. Please reload the page.

Post comment