Green Exchange

Europe

EPISODE TRANSCRIPT

Hi there, Camille here,

It’s been one year now that we are at full speed with The Green Exchange podcast. I wanted to leave a short message for a quick update. This is not a formal podcast episode. Just a rant to say… well – mainly thank you. We are so pleased with the traction we’ve gained this year – across Nordic Countries in particular. It’s going fast. We are ranking higher and higher in iTunes and other podcast apps. And we are now entering new European countries. That’s why we called this episode Europe. Our ambition is continental I guess at this point. In fact, any one in Europe who is a sustainability professional or enthusiast – and speaks a little bit of English IS a potential listener of The Green Exchange. Change agents are everywhere. Inspiring stories are all around.

  • Most local governments in Europe have a lot in common, because they are the ones who are really in charge of implementing the UN Sustainable Development Goals. All Mayors and their teams should feel part of the family.
  • Private sector – whether you work in an SME or large energy utility for instance – knowledge and inspiration doesn’t come from your country only. The playground is international.
  • Same for academics. Research & Innovation is framed at the European level most of the time.
  • And as environmentalists, activists, or simply visionary individuals with good energy to offer to their community, there’s no reason to limit the boundaries either.
  • Whoever you are, if you’re here, it’s because there is probably something for youJ. I know we even have listeners in California or in Australia, who are interested in what’s going on in Europe.

Long story short. We are now starting to roll out The Green Exchange to new countries across Europe, and we are excited. And hungry, we want to do more.

We’re also wrapping up our LIVE talk show concept that we are going to start taking on the road but I will tell you more about this in another special message when we’re ready to announce it. Make sure you have The Green Exchange in your radar on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. Also maybe now is a good moment to say hello and let us know what you’re up to! hello@greenexchange.se

We answer all emails!

Ah yea… also, Happy new year… health success etc.

Remember to always challenge yourself, challenge what you hear, especially if it’s going to lead to policy or investment decisions. Always better to think long-term.

I’ll see you very soon for more green knowledge, inspiration and entertainment, keep up the good work, in the meantime.

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Starting 2017 with a quick update on our game plan for this year. Find out what we’re cooking with The Green Exchange Podcast & The Green Exchange Live. Thank you all for your support along the way.

Camille & The Green Exchange Team.

EPISODE TRANSCRIPT

Hi there, Camille here,

It’s been one year now that we are at full speed with The Green Exchange podcast. I wanted to leave a short message for a quick update. This is not a formal podcast episode. Just a rant to say… well – mainly thank you. We are so pleased with the traction we’ve gained this year – across Nordic Countries in particular. It’s going fast. We are ranking higher and higher in iTunes and other podcast apps. And we are now entering new European countries. That’s why we called this episode Europe. Our ambition is continental I guess at this point. In fact, any one in Europe who is a sustainability professional or enthusiast – and speaks a little bit of English IS a potential listener of The Green Exchange. Change agents are everywhere. Inspiring stories are all around.

  • Most local governments in Europe have a lot in common, because they are the ones who are really in charge of implementing the UN Sustainable Development Goals. All Mayors and their teams should feel part of the family.
  • Private sector – whether you work in an SME or large energy utility for instance – knowledge and inspiration doesn’t come from your country only. The playground is international.
  • Same for academics. Research & Innovation is framed at the European level most of the time.
  • And as environmentalists, activists, or simply visionary individuals with good energy to offer to their community, there’s no reason to limit the boundaries either.
  • Whoever you are, if you’re here, it’s because there is probably something for youJ. I know we even have listeners in California or in Australia, who are interested in what’s going on in Europe.

Long story short. We are now starting to roll out The Green Exchange to new countries across Europe, and we are excited. And hungry, we want to do more.

We’re also wrapping up our LIVE talk show concept that we are going to start taking on the road but I will tell you more about this in another special message when we’re ready to announce it. Make sure you have The Green Exchange in your radar on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. Also maybe now is a good moment to say hello and let us know what you’re up to! hello@greenexchange.se

We answer all emails!

Ah yea… also, Happy new year… health success etc.

Remember to always challenge yourself, challenge what you hear, especially if it’s going to lead to policy or investment decisions. Always better to think long-term.

I’ll see you very soon for more green knowledge, inspiration and entertainment, keep up the good work, in the meantime.

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