Journalist and author Todd Wilkinson discusses his recent book, Last Stand: Ted Turner’s Quest to Save a Troubled Planet, which offers a diligently detailed, keenly interpreted, and jaw-dropping portrait of a smart, prescient, independent man hard-driven by sorrow and passionately committed to doing lasting good in the world on as large a scale as possible.
Monthly Archives: February 2014
Elaine Kub, commodity analyst and author of Mastering the Grain Markets, visit with Erin Schnettler, Yale F&ES ’14, about how major grain commodities are produced, traded, and sold in the United States — and what might be done to make the system more sustainable.
SmartPower President Brian Keane discusses his recent book, Green is Good: Save Money, Make Money, and Help Your Community Profit from Clean Energy, which offers a no-nonsense guide for making clean energy and energy efficiency a part of daily life.
The co-founders of the website GoodFoodJobs.com take us to school on the ins and the outs of making the best move fresh out of college, thinking your way around a career in food and making sure your head is screwed on straight in the decision-making department.