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015 No Ordinary Business with Noor Medical

015 No Ordinary Business with Noor Medical

1.5 billion people per year do not have access to rural medical clinics with a reliable electricity supply – which often results in the improper sanitation of medical equipment. No Ordinary Business talks to Noor Medical, whose mission is to provide the critical sterilisation of medical equipment for rural health clinics – with a 2025 goal of positively impacting 20 million lives.

010 No Ordinary Business with Mullion Group

010 No Ordinary Business with Mullion Group

Reducing carbon emissions is increasingly important to meet international commitments, domestic policy imperatives, and to implement more sustainable land management practices. Today’s guest on No Ordinary Business, Dr. Robert Waterworth from the Mullion Group, talks to us about how Mullion is helping policymakers and corporations more easily measure and report greenhouse gas emissions using open source software for sustainable land management.

009 No Ordinary Business with Mongabay

009 No Ordinary Business with Mongabay

In today’s highly politicised climate, it is a struggle to find media coverage that is purely fact based. Even across the conservation world, much environmental news is published by advocacy groups and is therefore focused on particular agendas. On the other hand, there is Mongabay, a fact-based non-advocacy online news service dedicated to informing readership of social and environmental issues related to forests and other ecosystems. Today’s guest on No Ordinary BusinessRhett Butler, shares his journey to support the environment, explores current challenges in conveying news to the public, and gives his view of what’s needed to make environmental conservation more effective.  Mongabay.com is the world’s most popular site for rainforest information and a well-known source of environmental news reporting and analysis.