Would you like to be a guest on our podcast in 2018?

Posted byKim Lundgren on Dec 11, 2017 5:28:41 PM

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A year ago we launched our Sustainability Action Series -- or SAS Talk with Kim -- podcast. We just posted the episodes 20-21, a two-part conversation with the City of Orlando's Sustainability Director Chris Castro about their approach to becoming a "smart city." 

Now we're scoping out the SAS Talk with Kim calendar for 2018 and would love to hear from you.

Would you like to be a guest? (It's easy and painless!)

Do you have another speaker to recommend? 

Does your local government have an interesting success story to share?

Are there particular hot topics you'd like us to cover? 

Could you address participatory budgeting, eco disticts, public-private partnerships or work with universities and hospitals, the role of climate science at the local level, and/or equity challenges? 

Tell us now!

There was a great response in 2017 to our episodes about climate reslience (Berkeley, CA;  Norfolk, VA; Portland, ME); flooding (Houston); financing options (like PACE and resilience financing); the circular economy (Phoenix); sustainability planning (Richmond, VA, and San Antonio, TX); community outreach (DC), and many more. 

You can see the full list of topics we've covered and listen to all the episodes here. 

Drop us an email and let us know if you'd like to a SAS Talk with Kim podcast guest or have other ideas for us!

SAS Talk with Kim podcast is better than holiday music

 

 

 

Topics: sustainability, podcast, local leadership, SAS Talk Podcast, cities