We find our guests in a variety of ways. Some through our own personal connections. Some of our guests are public figures we admire. This week’s guest was someone our executive director Bob Inglis felt passionate about having on the show. And boy was he right.
Brian Webb is an instructor of Environmental Studies at Houghton College, where he also serves as the Director of the Sustainability Center. In that capacity, he leads the college’s efforts to promote environmental stewardship at an institutional level. This includes overseeing sustainability programming, coordinating with faculty to incorporate sustainability into the curriculum, working with facilities to promote sustainable operations, and directing the college’s efforts to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
All things we can get behind.
He joins me in conversation to talk about the courses he teaches and what led him down his current path. He’s even got a free online course coming up that you might be interested in hearing about. Be sure to listen to the entire episode.
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