Future Blue podcast launched

Alexis Eyre (Green Eyre) and Ceri Hurford-Jones (Business on Board) have launched a new podcast entitled Future Blue, which will tackle key sustainability issues with a view to inspiring behaviour change in the global marine industry. It is geared towards those employed in the marine industry worldwide, from shop floor to board level.

They say that each episode will focus on a different topic related to sustainability including circular economy, design, biodiversity, social justice and brand purpose, and will feature a relevant expert to set the scene. This will be followed by interviews with key opinion leaders who will discuss leading sustainable case studies from the marine industry.

The podcast so far includes insights from Dee Caffari MBE, Amnesty International, The Ocean Race, 11th Hour Racing, British Marine and Marlow Ropes.

“Our industry has many climate crisis avoidance targets to hit over the coming decade including halving our carbon emissions by 50%,” says Eyre. “It is time to inspire the industry to accelerate change in this area and show that it is completely possible and viable, starting from now.”

“I had no idea just how complex and exciting the topic of sustainability was until I started this podcast,” says Hurford-Jones. “It touches every corner of a company. It should no longer be seen as a hindrance but as an enormous opportunity to step into the future.”

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