Life cycle thinking (Episode 1)
Season 6, Ep. 1
Life cycle thinking is not new. But it is growing in importance. Manufacturers are seeking better data of their product supply chains, of their emissions they they themselves create and which are created as a result of the work of their suppliers and service providers.In this first episode we hear from House of Cosmetics and Viking Lifesaving, two completely different companies but with a common objective, to build up a full data focused picture of the life cycle emissions of their products and processes, including scope three emissions, those coming from suppliers, which includes the companies providing logistics and transport services.Join Fathom World's Craig Eason as he is guided by ReFlow CEO and Founder Rasmus Elsborg-Jensen, and otherindustry experts across the manufacturing, finance, future fuel, shipbuilding and shipping sectors about life cycle thinking and the inevitable changes we are all facing.In this episode:Craig Eason, Fathom.WorldRasmus Elsborg-Jensen, Reflow Robert Schmidt, House of CosmeticsTim Engell Pedersen. Viking Lifesaving
Life-cycle thinking: Intro
Introducing a new podcast mini series produced by Fathom World and in partnership with Reflow.Life Cycle assessments are becoming an important part of industrial life as companies seek emissions and sustainability data to create a clear understanding of the impact of their products and processes.This short episode introduces the hosts, Craig Eason (Fathom.World) and Rasmus Elsborg-Jensen (ReFLow) and outlines what the full six episode mini series will cover.
WISTA gets technical in Copenhagen
Season 5, Ep. 7
The World Maritime Technology Conference took place in Copenhagen from April 26th to April 28th 2022 (It should have taken place last year but the pandemic put things on hold).During the event five members of WISTA (Women's International Shipping and Trading Association) Technology and Futures Committee were in the audience and taking part in sessions. I cornered them for 20 minutes to talk about where WISTA stands today and the difference it is, and can make.Around the table are:Federica Maiorano (WISTA Monaco) SpotShipSofia Fürstenberg Stott (WISTA Sweden) Fürstenberg Maritime AdvisoryBeverley Mackenzie (WISTA UK) BIMCOJocelyn Hansen (WISTA Denmark) SearoutesKatia Corfini (WISTA Italy) GoversiliaA full transcript of the show can be found onhttps://fathom.world/aronnax-podcast-technology-and-the-future-of-shipping-with-wista/