WHERE TO WATCH
Aruba Wants to Be Testing Ground for Sustainable Developments
September 26, 2019
Aruba's Prime Minister Evelyna Wever-Croes tells Cheddar about her plans to expand tests for Small Island Development Sites (SIDs) on her homeland.
Haunted Houses Keep The Scares Going Despite Social Distancing
Oct 19, 2020
Quince Brings Manufacturer-to-Consumer Business Model to Retail Industry
Quince officially launched last week and is on a mission to change retail. The startup is utilizing a manufacturer-to-consumer business model in its selling of fashion and home goods items, which Quince says will cut out financial and environmental waste. The online retailer also announcing it has raised $8.5 million in seed funding. Sid Gupta, Quince Co-founder and CEO explains why the his company decided to launch now and what distinguishes Quince from its retail competitors.
Oct 27, 2020
UN Warns of Global Warming Consequences, U.S. Election Puts Climate Policies at Stake
A United Nations report criticizes industrial nations' carbon emissions and warns of the planet turning into "an uninhabitable hell." Kim Smaczniak, managing attorney of the Clean Energy Program at Earthjustice, discusses the takeaways and whether she believes there's hope for the future. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) weighs in on the politics surrounding climate change just one week before the election. And Gregory Constantine, co-founder and CEO of Air Co., shares how his company is creating new fuel technology for sustainable space exploration.
Oct 27, 2020
UN Report Warns of Earth Turning into 'Uninhabitable Hell' for Millions
A scathing report from the United Nations is criticizing many countries' inaction on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Kim Smaczniak, managing attorney of the Clean Energy Program at Earthjustice, breaks down the big takeaways from the UN's findings on global disasters.