Advertisers love to talk about the art of engineering. But this week’s guests on Sea Change Radio truly are fusing their high-tech research with art. By incorporating the principles of origami, the traditional Japanese art form of paper folding, with their work in the emerging field of paper battery technology, this Arizona State research team has come up with some exciting new ways to store energy. Continue reading
Did you know that the production of cement is responsible for 5% of the carbon dioxide emissions on the planet? Our guest today on Sea Change Radio is geologist, biomineralization expert, and entrepreneur, Brent Constantz. His start-up company, Blue Planet Ltd., hopes to use biomimicry to transform carbon dioxide to a calcium carbonate base that can be used to build, pave and even roof. Continue reading
Last week on Sea Change Radio, we spoke to Paul Hawken about how the civil rights movement helped shape his thinking and spurred him into a life of environmental activism and entrepreneurship. This week, you’ll hear the second half of host Alex Wise’s wide-ranging interview with this environmental luminary. They discuss corporate social responsibility, the evolution of the open-source and sharing economy movements, and how communication technology has transformed global human interaction.
Today on Sea Change Radio we begin our two-part discussion with Paul Hawken, thought-leader, author and environmentalist, perhaps best known as the co-founder of the gardening supply chain Smith & Hawken. This week listeners will learn about Hawken’s path from civil rights activist to environmental champion to gardening guru, and hear his thoughts on what it will to take to make real social change.