Society & Culture
Cargo-Sailboats are Back-at-Sea, Creating a Greener Supply Chain
This episode was recorded live on May 26 and includes questions from the audience.
It is part of a series on sustainable initiatives to save our planet. In his latest interviews, host Stan Berteloot spoke with Navi Radjou about the frugal economy and Bruno Sarda about how corporations are experimenting with sustainability.
Stan’s guest, Stefan Gallard, is a French-American working for Grain de Sail, a company that has built the first modern wind-powered cargo ships.
Grain de Sail transports wine, coffee beans, and chocolate across the globe in its 80- foot schooner. Its sailboat cargo is an essential part of the company’s green logistics chain.
More information on Grain de Sel at: Graindesailwines.com
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