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Episode 287: Paul Polman on being ‘net positive’

This week’s runtime is 47:03.

WEEK UNDER REVIEW (2:30)
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Brave enough to be positive (6:44)

Former Unilever CEO Paul Polman, now co-chairman of consultancy Imagine, talks about his new book, “Net Positive: How Courageous Companies Thrive Giving More Than They Get.” He hopes to start a movement: “We really have to start thinking regenerative, restorative, restorative, and that’s what we call liquid positive.”

Working towards an equitable transition (31:13)

Paula Glover, president of the Alliance to Save Energy, talks about clean energy jobs, diversity and energy equity.

* Music in this episode of Lee Rosevere: “I’m Going for Coffee”, “Getting the Truth”, “Southside” and “4th Ave Walkup”

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