Sustainable Views

  • Partner Content by ING: Changing habits – Romania's bottle battle

    Partner content by ING.The last podcast in this series examines how one company is working to change the face of bottle recycling in Romania.  
  • Partner content by ING: Circular jeans – stitched for the future

    Partner content by ING.This podcast looks at how to make the textile industry, and specifically jeans, more eco-friendly. We break down the problem of recycling blended material and how one of the world’s biggest jeans manufacturers is starting a new circular economy approach to textile production in Europe.
  • 1. Sustainable Views: How business climate action is evolving

    Many companies are taking the lead on climate action, but much more needs to happen to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. Sustainable Views spoke to three business leaders about the changes they have seen and what companies need to do next.
  • Partner content by ING: Building the office of the future

    Partner content by ING.In this podcast, experts discuss how rather than razing old buildings to rubble, New York worked to link existing structures, make them sustainable and create a new community, and how such a project can be financed.
  • Partner content by ING: Powering the city that never sleeps

    Partner content by ING. New York aims to power 70 per cent of the city with renewables by 2030. Achieving this target will mean building a transition line for renewable hydrogen. In this podcast from ING, we look at the financing of the project.
  • Partner content by ING: Clean Coffee, a podcast on sustainability

    Partner content by ING. Coffee is one of the world's most traded commodities and a drink many of us enjoy on a daily basis. Yet, its environmental footprint is significant. This podcast takes a look at coffee and how innovative businesses are helping to make one of the world's favourite drinks more sustainable.
  • 5. Sustainable Views: Can a green app change your behaviour?

    In this episode, Silvia speaks to the founder of AWorld, the official app of the UN Act Now campaign that encourages individual action towards meeting the UN Sustainable Development Goals.Alessandro Armillotta, who is also AWorld’s chief executive, believes in the power of the individual. He created the app after working in the fashion industry and seeing the environmental damage it caused in the countries producing garments. AWorld is, in a way, Alessandro’s own individual action towards a more sustainable economy.Technology, says Alessandro, can help influence consumer behaviour by providing information about the environmental impact of each purchase or lifestyle choice. The more targeted the information, the higher the chances of improved habits. But, the more data app users share about themselves, the higher the risk this could be misused.Alessandro talks about the need for safeguards around data, the risk of greenwashing, and how AWorld could go as far as influencing the way people vote.
  • 4. Sustainable Views: What you need to know about ESG rules, investment and litigation

    In this episode, the Sustainable Views team reviews some of the hottest topics of the year, and points you towards the trends to watch in 2024. From new obligations and reporting rules, to sustainable investment definitions, climate lawsuits, greenwashing and clean technologies - we have you covered.Listen to your host, Silvia Pavoni, as she talks to Philippa Nuttall, Alex Janiaud, Claudia De Meulemeester and Florence Jones. And read their reports online at
  • 3. Sustainable Views: Age, gender and Jordan Peterson's influence

    Evidence suggests that different ages and genders engage in varying degrees with climate change. Our latest episode's guests tackle how these factors can benefit or hinder progress - from young people’s tech nous to the influence of figures like psychologist Jordan Peterson, who has disputed climate science and has broadcast this message to a significant following.Mira Manini Tiwari, a research associate at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, and Akil Callender, youth lead at UN Sustainable Energy for All, talk to Alex about their activity and experience, and discuss the impact of disinformation on the young. Akil discusses his UN work and the organisation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals - also known as the SDGs - while Mira talks about the social theory that suggests a more collective mindset among women, and the relevance of this to climate change. As humanity continues to debate how it should tackle the climate crisis, policymakers may need to consider more bespoke approaches to the transition.