It's All About Our Earth

May 1, 2024
Hosted by Cecilia Zapata-Harms

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Episode Description

Author John Berger conducted extensive research for over six years, interviewing governors, mayors, ranchers, scientists, engineers, business leaders, energy experts, and entrepreneurs, as well as carbon farmers, solar and wind innovators, forest protectors, non-profit leaders, and activists from across the nation and beyond. Despite expected pushback, the book explains how replacing the fossil-fuel system with a modernized, clean-energy economy can create tens of millions of new jobs and save trillions of dollars, positioning climate protection as the greatest economic opportunity of our time. Solving the Climate Crisis, a book that is both optimistic and critical, presents a feasible solution for saving the environment. It highlights the power of committed individuals and stresses the importance of collaborative government and private-sector climate action. The book focuses on three key areas for action: the technological dimension, which includes transitioning to 100% clean renewable energy through innovations such as clean-steel, “green” cement, and carbon-reuse companies; the ecological dimension, which emphasizes enhancing and protecting natural ecosystems, forests, and agricultural lands to safely store greenhouse gases and restore soils, transforming how we grow, process, and consume food; and the social dimension, which calls for updating and creating new laws, policies, and economic measures to recenter human values and reduce environmental and social injustice.

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Cecilia Zapata-Harms

Cecilia has held leadership positions in strategy, joint venture startup and program administration. Her career spans more than 30+ years in life science/biotechnology and healthcare industry. Cecilia started her tenure as a strategic planning manager at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research in the early 1990s, as Program Administrator for the Molecular Pharmacology, Clinical Research Division held a Project Officer role for the National Cancer Institute. She has led the development of clinical research network and oversaw all operational functions for the program. Cecilia was also involved in many status biotechnology startups. In the summer of 2017, Cecilia returned to her life science and biotechnology roots as Chief Executive Officer for 3rdEyeBio, LLC. Cecilia has been known to say that she is like the Jill of all Trades. In my toolbox are a multitude of different sets of skills and expertise that can be applied to almost all industries. Passionate about global health access, innovative approaches to access novel treatments especially for our rural communities, military and developing countries. The joy for me in my work is to find an outside of the box solutions, connect the dots, and see innovators realize the vision, their road map accomplish them and are successful.

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