Episode 258: Hacking climate solutions, finding ‘good work’


Week in Review

Stories discussed this week (5:05).


Hacking the climate crisis (21:10)

Sanjana Paul, a 23-year-old scientist, electrical engineer and environmental activist, is executive director of EarthHacks, a hackathon that encourages college students to surface solutions for combating climate change. She talks about her mission with Shana Rappaport, GreenBiz vice president and executive director of the VERGE conference series. 

Is your job meaningful? (32:40)

Career coach and long-time GreenBiz columnist Shannon Houde chats with Associate Editor Deonna Anderson about her new book, “Good Work: How to Build a Career That Makes A Difference in the World.”

*Music in this episode by Lee Rosevere: “As I Was Saying,” “Sad Marimba Planet,” “Southside” and “More On That Later”

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