Rachel Kyte was named by Time magazine as one of the 15 women leading climate action. She is an extremely accomplished and experienced leader, with an appetite to keep on learning.
In this episode she talks about the influence her dad and the Girl guides had on her, and she reminisces about growing up in the East of England.
She is optimistic about the next generation and hopeful that change can happen if people work in community.
Her TED talk on sustainable cooling mentioned in the show is here.
Sustainable Matters … A podcast series full of solutions and optimism for a more sustainable world, brought to you by IEMA: transforming the world to sustainability
October 04, 2023
Episode 2: Abadesi Osunsade
Abadesi Osunsade is the founder of Hustle Crew which exists to make workplaces fairer. She says her childhood spent overseas as the daughter of a diplomat, plus the tragic loss of her sister helped to make her curious about the world and determined to do what she could to make it better. Sarah talks to Abadesi about why inclusion matters for sustai...
August 15, 2023
Episode 1: Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE
Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE is a maths whizz - famously passing her maths A level at 11 years old. Ten years ago, she founded the Stemettes, a social enterprise working to inspire and support girls, young women and non-binary people in STEM and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths) careers. She passionately believes that technol...
August 14, 2023
Sustainable Matters Trailer
Sustainable Matters is a show for anyone interested in sustainability, hosted by former BBC environment correspondent Sarah Mukherjee. Sarah is now CEO of IEMA, the worldwide alliance of environment and sustainability professionals. Experts in the fields of technology, food production, climate change and conservation talk to Sarah about their big i...