Coming up at 7pm PST tonight! If you can’t join us in person, come back to this page and we’ll have a live video feed for you to watch. Please feel free to leave comments here if you have questions in advance.
It’s time again for another live “fireside chat” with an interesting sustainability thought leader. This week, I’ll be chatting with EOS Climate’s co-founder Joe Madden. As always, this chat will be about an hour long and begin with a brief interview. We’ll then open it up to audience members who want to talk about applying market-based principles to dealing with the problem of refrigerants and climate change.
If you are in the Bay Area, please register here to attend in person. If not, just bookmark this page and we’ll have a live streaming video of the whole event ready for you to be virtually present.
In the meantime, if you’d like to get the conversation rolling early, please leave comments or questions and I’ll make an effort to incorporate them into my interview and the ensuing discussion.
IF YOU CAN’T MAKE IT, DON’T WORRY! We’ll be broadcasting the chat live on our Google Plus channel. Just bookmark this post and we’ll have a you-tube style interface you can click on when the chat begins, or to watch later.
Biography of our guest: Joe Madden, Chief Business Development Officer, EOS Climate
An experienced entrepreneur in the Clean Economy, Joe co-founded & established EOS Climate as a recognized leader in the North American GHG marketplace– securing best-in-class partnerships and building an award winning, world-class team of experts. As Chief Business Development Officer at EOS, Joe is tasked with innovating new, market based approaches at the intersection of refrigerants and climate to drive economic and environmental benefits on a global scale.
Joe has been featured in Environmental Finance, ClimateWire, Triple Pundit and regularly speaks on whole system approaches to science, policy and business model innovation in a carbon constrained world.
Before joining EOS, Joe was a partner in Transgroup Worldwide Logistics San Francisco Division, as well as an integral part of the launch of ATDynamics. He holds an M.B.A. in Sustainable Management from Presidio Graduate School in San Francisco and a B.A. in Economics from the University of Colorado, Boulder.