Freepower participates in podcast "Future blue - making green waves"
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Martin and Freepower has been interviewed in one of the episodes in the British podcast “Future Blue – making green waves” that aims to tackle key sustainability issues with a view to inspiring behaviour change in the global marine industry.
Hosted by Ceri Hurford-Jones and Alexis Eyre, Future Blue explores all things sustainability in the global marine industry. Combining expert opinions with industry examples, each episode explores a different area. The aim is to inspire change from shop floor to boardroom and illustrate what is both possible and the opportunities that arise. Despite focusing on the marine industry, these podcasts are an easy listen for anyone wanting to learn more about sustainability.
Founded by Alexis Eyre and Ceri Hurford-Jones. This podcast aims to tackle key sustainability issues with a view to inspiring behaviour change in the global marine industry. It is geared towards those employed in the marine industry worldwide, from shop floor to board level though anyone wanting to learn more about sustainability will find the content interesting.
Each episode will focus on a different topic related to sustainability including circular economy, design, biodiversity, social justice and brand purpose and will feature a relevant expert to set the scene. This will be followed by interviews with key opinion leaders who will discuss leading sustainable case studies from the marine industry.
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Listen to Martin in episode 7 when he talks about the recyclable batteries, why building in aluminum and how Freepower can affect the UN's sustainability goals even stronger in the 3rd world ☀️♻️
Martins talks is about 22 minutes in the podcast: