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My guest in this episode is Eduardo Gómez, Co-Founder and CPO of Emitwise, an AI-powered software company that helps companies achieve carbon neutrality.

In our conversation we discussed:

  • Eduardo and co-founder Mauro Cozzi’s brainstorming conversation that led to Emitwise
  • Eduardo’s personal passion for fighting climate change
  • Distinguishing the 3 scopes of emissions
  • Current discrepancies between companies’ carbon emission tracking and reporting versus the actual carbon emissions
  • Process of working with investors and fundraising for Emitwise

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I reached out to Oli on the Tech Impact Makers Slack group last year after I came across his Forge The Future newsletter.

After a brief intro chat I knew I had to get an interview with him because his story seemed pretty unique to me at the time: an experienced and well-paid engineer took a self-imposed twelve-month sabbatical to educate himself on the climate emergency and work out what he could do to help.

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My guest today is James Christie, user experience designer at MadPow and founder of the (pre-COVID) remote SustainableUX conference.

As a designer James understands the huge impact design principles can have on a project from the get-go: sustainability being one of them. In other words, making yourself “greener” after the fact is much harder than building it in from day one. Aside from his tactics on doing that, we also discuss some useful approaches of how the benefits of sustainability can be “sold” to clients and colleagues internally to make the entire process easier.

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