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  • 00:25

    SFI and the Southeast

    in Environment

    SFI and the Southeast US has had an interesting interaction. Join us as Southeast Green interviews Jason Metnick, Senior Vice President, Customer Affairs, Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI Inc.)


    Jason has a third-party forest certification system in North America. The SFI® standard, one of the largest sustainable forestry certification programs in the world, is based on principles and measures that promote sustainability including measures to protect for water quality, biodiversity, wildlife habitat, species at risk and forests of exceptional conservation value.


    As Senior Vice President, Jason works directly with companies in the wood, paper and packaging supply chain including forest landowners, manufacturers, merchants, wholesalers, converters, printers and end users to promote the SFI program and provide market access to SFI certified organizations. Jason also oversees the Office of Label Use and Licensing. The SFI® Office of Label Use and Licensing encompasses over 280 companies, universities, conservation groups and state agencies that represent over 250 million acres (more than 100 million hectares) of forestland across North America. The Office of Label Use and Licensing administers the rules and procedures for SFI on-product label usage.


     

  • 00:39

    THE LOUISIANA 'JUMP START' PROGRAM

    in Education

    THE LOUISIANA 'JUMP START' PROGRAM


    NEPRIS presents...from the LA Department of Education, Ass't Superintendents Dave "Lefty" Lefkowith and Ken Bradford

  • 00:28

    Atlanta Beltline - Building community

    in Environment

    Southeast Green will be discussing the most exciting transporation development in the country. Join us as we speak with Jill Johnson, Government Affairs Director.


    Jill Johnson joined ABI as its director of government affairs, a newly created position, in December 2013. In this capacity, Ms. Johnson actively supports ABI at the federal, state and local government levels to ensure and expand funding, regulatory, and political support for the program.  Ms. Johnson has worked for more than a decade with conservation groups in Georgia and across the Southeast.  


    As the President of Live Oak Strategies, LLC, she advocated on behalf of her clients before the state legislature and acted as liaison to legislators, state agencies, and the Governor’s Office on their behalf. She provided help with government and public affairs, public and media relations, strategic planning, and fundraising.


    Previously, Ms. Johnson served as the Political Director for Georgia Conservation Voters where she held elected officials accountable for their votes on key conservation issues and helped elect pro-conservation candidates to office. Before that, she spearheaded efforts on land conservation and advocacy at the Georgia Conservancy.


    Ms. Johnson is a graduate of LEAD Atlanta and the Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership, and received a Bachelor of Science degree from Tulane University. She is married with one child and enjoys running and participating in triathlons.

  • 00:30

    The Legal Show: Adding Insult to (Literal) Injury in Louisiana

    in Legal

    Attorney Sarah Avraham and writer Bennet Pomerantz discuss the subjects of the day.


    The audience should know that although Ms. Avraham is a licensed attorney, she is not offering legal advice in any capacity, is not establishing an attorney/client relationship with anyone listening to the show, and recommends that any listener of the show consult a local attorney for any legal advice they may require.


    This show is about us discussing hot topics and how they relate to the law.  The commonplace practice of billing rape victims in Louisiana for medical exams came to an end in June after state lawmakers signed off laws that change what the federal government has required for a decade.  Why did this take so long?  Why was the federal government allowing this in the first place?  Tune in to hear our hosts answer these and other questions on this issue.

  • 00:22

    Weed Recede - Thinking beyond plastic

    in Gardening

    Join Southeast Green as we talk to Bob Hawkinson of Weed Recede. Weed Recede solves a common problem of mulching bag waste and allows you to reduce your consumption of materials in your garden. Does this sound too good to be true? Something that elminates waste, reduces consumption of products, protects streams, rivers and oceans, and helps the environment? Listen in to hear how this one simple idea makes everyone's gardening life easier.

  • 01:43

    2013 SRA Rally in Southeast Louisiana

    in Self Help

    Broadcasting Live from the SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA’S  2013 SAVE RURAL AMERICA RALLY BUYING LOCAL PRODUCTS HELP CREATE LOCAL JOBS  Florida Parishes Arena • 1301 Central Ave. Amite City, LA 70422 Monday, March 11, 2013  • 9:39 AM (Official start of this show)   The Mardi Gras is not over until we rally to help save rural America on March 11, at the Florida Parishes Arena. This is your opportunity to find out what your local farmers are growing in 2013. Bring your business cards, noisemakers, bullhorns, whistles, and cowbells to help save rural America.    SPONSORS • St. Helena Parish Cattleman Company • Imaginers and Dreamers • Winston County Self Help Cooperative • Community Cattle Enterprise • Louisiana Association of Cooperatives   MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Warner Hall Phone: 225-931-0534 • Carl James Phone: 985-351-1528 Hank Schumacher Phone: 985-517-002  

  • 00:55

    Episode 85 (Southeast Division with Mike Prada and Robby Kalland)

    in Sports

    Host Danny Leroux (@DannyLeroux), Mike Prada of SB Nation (@MikePradaSBN) and Robby Kalland of CBS Sports (@RKalland) discuss the NBA's Southeast Division - the Hawks, Heat, Wizards, Hornets and Magic.


    The three recap the off-season (who got better and worse, most interesting transaction) and preview the upcoming season including ranking the five teams and predicting how many will make the playoffs.

  • 01:03

    Dr.Sonja Ogletree-Satani*CCC/ABWA Southeast Region VP nominee

    in Culture

    Meet Dr. Sonja Ogletree-Satani of Corprate Cycle Consuting. She is also a college professor and she is one of three nominees for VP of ABWA Southeast region. She will be sharing her SHINE in business and as an ABWA member. She has just stepped down from 2 terms as President of the Jessamine Chapter in Charleston, SC

  • How to naturally give a knock-out punch to fruit flies with Aunt Fannie's

    in Environment

    Mat Franken, CEO and Founder of Aunt Fannie, Inc.


    Mat is founder and CEO of Aunt Fannie’s, maker of FlyPunch!, a product that positively impacts the global food supply chain by eradicating the devastating and E.Coli-transmitting fruit fly.  He is a leader in natural and non-toxic products that increase food safety, decrease spoil in food, minimize produce contamination, bolster profits for food manufacturers, and improve both commercial and home kitchen experiences. Prior to Aunt Fannie’s, Mat’s career was in private finance with a Swiss-based global financial institution.  There he served 60 families, advising c-level corporate executives and entrepreneurs in overarching estate, tax, financial, and investment planning. In addition to his professional roles, Mat has been the Founder and Chair of multiple grass-roots level non-profits and currently serves on the board of NEXT, a non-profit organization focused on fostering the entrepreneurial ecosystem for high-impact companies in the Carolinas. Mat also serves as a Mentor for multiple accelerator organizations, such as The Iron Yard, a high tech accelerator and national code school as well as the incoming Founder Institute headquartering in the Carolinas. Mat is a founding member of OpenWorks, a ‘self-sustaining’ co-work facility that helps foster Carolinas-based start-ups. And, these efforts have recently garnered Mat a nomination for the 2017 Liberty Fellowship (Aspen Institute).

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    in Business

    Grudge race lock ins

  • 00:25

    Unmasking beauty - BioRepublic SkinCare

    in Environment

    Today's guest is Paolo Mentonelli.


    Earning his Computer Science degree from Georgia Tech and his MBA from Duke, Paolo is a former engineer and investment banker turned venture builder who spent the last 8 years working abroad and has now returned home to Atlanta.  Paolo has launched and scaled successful businesses across a variety of industries in Italy, Malaysia, the Philippines, and the United States.  Paolo currently serves as the Managing Director of BioRepublic SkinCare.


    Paolo’s love for easy skin care products developed during his time living and working in Southeast Asia, where his busy lifestyle combined with rampant air pollution forced him to seek out the best remedies available.