The KJ Show - Episode 10: Understanding Carbon Footprints
- Jul 28, 2022 12:52 pm GMT
Every week, I host 'The KJ Show,' which offers a mix of breaking news and practical advice on how the energy industry affects the consumer. During this fast-paced show, I combine weekly energy updates with conversations with leaders in the energy efficiency community.
After each show, I'll share it here with the Energy Central Community in case you were unable to join me live.
This Week: Episode 10: Understanding Carbon Footprints
In today's show, Katherine explains the carbon footprints—how they are calculated and what they truly mean. She will discuss the links between carbon footprints and other carbon-based initiatives, such as carbon offsets and "Meatless Mondays." Katherine also invites her viewers to participate in this lively discussion of how carbon policies influence everyday decisions.
More about the show and how you can participate:
The KJ Show on BoldBraveTV.com is every Wednesday at 11 a.m. Eastern. This fast-paced show combines energy updates with conversations with leaders in the energy efficiency community. Each show will also include a live call-in segment the audience can ask their questions and share their opinions about some of the hottest topics in energy today. Katherine shares insights on the changes in the industry drawing on her experience as a consultant in the energy efficiency industry for the past 30 years. Join the conversation live at 11 a.m. Wednesdays by calling 866-451-1451 to talk about the changes and innovations in the energy efficiency industry.
If you are interested in being one of Katherine's guests - contact me at email@example.com.
Past shows are broadcast on a variety of Internet platforms including YouTube, Spotify, Spreaker, Google, IHEART Radio, BoldBraveTalk.com and multiple international platforms.
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