Innovation Forum Podcast

Innovation Forum hosts a weekly podcast along with regular interviews with business leaders in sustainability. Each week, we summarise the latest sustainability news and announcements, and get the views of leading experts on business critical issues. Widely regarded as one of the best sustainability podcasts around, stay tuned for regular insights, debate and analysis.
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Deforestation: is there too much focus on palm oil?

Announcements at COP26 have refocused attention on to the need for companies to transparently and immediately eliminate deforestation from their supply chains. However...

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How verified standards drive carbon market growth

This week: David Antonioli, CEO of Verra, talks about how verified standards on emission reductions can give business the transparency and credibility they need to plot a route to achieving net zero emissions in operations and supply chains. He explains how standards have to continually evolve to adapt to best practice – on biodiversity and social issues as well as emissions – and why carbon of...

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Why FIFA risks a huge credibility problem in Qatar

Andrew Wallis, CEO of UK-based trafficking and modern slavery organisation Unseen, talks with Ian...

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How verified standards drive carbon market growth

This week: David Antonioli, CEO of Verra, talks about how verified standards on emission reductio...

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Why no one values trees more than cocoa farmers

Sebastiaan van der Hoek, forestry advisor at Cargill, discusses with Ian Welsh the potential for ...

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How to source sustainable manmade textile fibres

This week: La Rhea Pepper, Claire Bergkamp and Megan Stoneburner from Textile Exchange discuss th...

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Why brands need better data to hit apparel supply chain goals

Tara Luckman, apparel sector expert, and advisor to the US Cotton Trust Protocol, and Dr Mark Sum...

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The post-COP practical solutions to look for in 2022

As the dust settled from the Glasgow COP26 meetings in November, Lord Deben, chair of the UK’s Cl...

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2021 in review – the year that all roads led to COP26

To round off the year are extracts from some of the interviews that have featured in the Innovati...

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The $10bn interventions that can halt future pandemics

Nigel Sizer, executive director of the Preventing Pandemics at the Source coalition, and former p...

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From the Congo Basin: Market-driven solutions that preserve forests, tackle climate change and empower indigenous communities

In this 30 minute webinar, the latest in the From the Forest Frontlines series, hear from project...

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From the forest frontlines: The Mai Ndombe REDD+ project, DRC

Audio only: in this 30 minute webinar, the latest in the From the Forest Frontlines series, hear ...

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Sustainable Apparel Barometer: what’s the future for viscose?

Liesl Truscott, corporate benchmarking director at Textile Exchange, Lucita Jasmin, director of s...

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Why a 1.5C future will displace one billion people

This week: Andrew Wallis, CEO of UK-based trafficking and modern slavery organisation Unseen, tal...

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