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In this episode, I speak with Peter Howard, an expert on sustainability and climate change policy, and more recently, carbon sequestration.
Peter and I discuss how to develop effective climate and carbon policy, as well delving into how biological carbon emissions sequestration technology works, including how it might be scaled to address ever-increasing greenhouse gas emissions.
His career to date has included a combination of both public and private sector experience, including positions as an Ontario Government policy maker at the Ministry of the Environment, as a management consultant for Price Waterhouse Cooper, and currently, as the Vice President of Sustainability and Project Development at Pond Technologies - a Canadian biotech start-up.
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Pamela Robinson - Planning Sustainable, Smart, Resilient Cities - Episode 007
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Stan Choptiany – Adapting to Climate Change – Episode 003
Ryan Meyers - Valuing Natural Capital - Episode 002
Jeff Schnurr - Restoring Ecosystems in Africa and Canada
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