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IN BUSINESS
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In Business
Thursday 8.30-9.00pm,
Sunday 9.30-10.00pm (rpt)
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29 May 2008
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Peter Day
Hot Stuff

Peter Day hears from the start ups tackling global warming.
Hot Stuff

Some clever people think that global warming offers a huge business opportunity for companies who can find new ways of tackling climate change.

Peter Day hears from a few small start up companies who seem to have few fears about embarking on projects which may have a huge impact on our world ... or might just fizzle out.
Contributors:

Allen Wright
,
President, Global Research Technologies 

Kristina Gjerde,
High Seas Policy Advisor to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature

Billy Gridley,
Chief Financial Officer, Global Research Technologies

Dan Whaley ,
Chief Executive Officer, Climos

Russ George,
Founder, Planktos

Phil Kithil,
Chief Executive Officer, Atmocean

Thomas Melead,
Maintenance Manager, FritoLay,, Modesto, California

Al Halvorsen,
Director of Environmental Compliance for FritoLay, North America
About In Business
 
We try to make ear-grabbing programmes about the whole world of work, public and private, from vast corporations to modest volunteers.

In Business is all about change. New ways of work and new technologies are challenging most of the assumptions by which organisations have been run for the last 100 years. We try to report on ideas coming over the horizon, just before they start being talked about. We hope it is an exhilarating ride.
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