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Eden Project CEO is our latest podcast guest

In this month’s episode of our Business Noodles & Doodles podcast, Mark Greaves talks to Dave Harland, CEO of Eden Project.

Dave talks about:

  • The Eden Project’s economic and social impact in its first 20 years
  • How a geo-thermal energy project will take Eden off-grid and power up to 5,000 homes in Cornwall
  • Eden’s collaboration with international partners to open new sites in the UK, China, Dubai and Costa Rica
  • His hopes for the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow

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Sustainability

Sustainability is fundamental to the Eden Project and will be high on the agenda at the G7 summit {link to: https://www.g7uk.org/the-cornwall-summit/ } taking place in Cornwall in June.

We believe, if we remember that we’re a part of the natural world, not apart from it, we may well act very differently in our day-to-day lives and in the decisions we’re taking. We’ve got to constantly challenge ourselves with the extreme or the radical and be open to new ideas.

Eden is about connecting people to the natural world. We’ve got to up our game to remind people about the interdependence on the planet that we have.

 Dave Harland, Eden Project

New episodes every month

Don’t miss new episodes of Business Noodles & Doodles each month. Our upcoming guests include:

June – Amanda Stansfield, founder of Granny Gothards, the artisan ice cream maker that has succeeded in exporting to Dubai, India and China

July – Giles Letheren, CEO of Delt Shared Services, providers of back office support (such as HR and IT) to the public sector and is owned entirely by public sector bodies

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