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In this episode we sit down with Dr Poonam Gupta OBE, CEO and Founder of PG Paper to talk about being a female founder, challenges women face in business and motherhood.Throughout this series we will be joined by a diverse group of phenomenal guests sharing their own unique experiences of being a woman leader in their field.We hope that this podcast inspires our listeners to THINK what gender diversity means to you, how much you surround yourself with different voices and how together we can evolve our reality to have equal representation of women across all layers of society.
One year on from COP26, this is a bonus episode in the series of our climate podcasts, our head of marketing, Alyson Smith catches up with Adrian Gillespie, CEO of Scottish Enterprise. In the episode, Adrian reflects on why there's never been a more important time for businesses to prioritise net zero actions, the tremendous amount of work that's been delivered over the last year and how we can support businesses to do even more in the year ahead.
In our 7th and final episode in our series of Climate podcasts, our head of marketing and engagement, Alyson Russell-Stevenson catches up with Rory Hamilton and Alice Masson, who are both members of the Young Scot Climate Co-Design Group. In the episode, they look back as the dust settles on COP26 in Glasgow. And join us as we look back at some of the best bits of the Think Climate podcast at the end of the episode.
It's the final few days before COP26 begins in Glasgow. In our latest episode Councillor Susan Aitken, Leader of Glasgow City Council,  joins Linda Murray, Director of Strategy at Scottish Enterprise. During the episode, they discuss how small and large businesses alike have a part to play in tackling emissions, and Susan shares her hopes for a "Glasgow Accord" to come from the discussions at COP26.
In our fifth episode, Elaine Walker from our marketing and corporate affairs team chats with zero-waste influencer and environmental scientist, Laura Young (also known as Less Waste Laura). In the episode, Laura shares the small changes individuals and businesses can make to live more sustainably and with less waste. As always, towards the end of the episode, Laura shares her hopes and aspirations for COP26 which comes to Glasgow this November.
In our fourth episode, Ruth Andrew from our marketing and corporate affairs team chats with Daniel Smith of AstroAgency and Kristina Tamane of the Edinburgh Climate Change Institute and Scottish Space Leadership Council. In the episode, they discuss the journey to a more sustainable space sector and they share their hopes for COP26 in Glasgow this November.
In our third episode, our Directory of Strategy, Linda Murray, talks to Professor Jim Skea -  former chair of the Just Transition Commission, Professor of sustainable energy at Imperial College London, and founding member of the UK’s Committee on Climate Change. In the episode, they discuss what a Just Transition is and Professor Skea shares his hopes for COP26 in Glasgow this November.
In our second episode, our Global Head of Energy, David Rennie, talks to Dr Graham Ault of Smarter Grid Solutions and Jon Slowe of Delta EE. They share insight on what it's like working towards a net zero future and some of the things your organisation can do to be part of the movement.
In our first episode, Alyson Russell-Stevenson, Head of Marketing & Engagement at Scottish Enterprise, chats to environmentalist, Sacha Dench. They talk about Sacha's  early life, the round-Britain Climate Challenge that she's planning on the run-up to COP26 in Glasgow, and why she's known as "The Human Swan".
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