In her new book “Girls Who Green the World,” journalist Diana Kapp profiles 34 women who are working in smart, creative and often entrepreneurial ways to beat back climate change. From recycling food containers into other products to creating a better toilet that can be used in urban slums where sanitation is difficult to find to repurposing and recycling clothing, these women have found ways to make meaningful changes that can heal the planet. We’ll talk to Kapp and two of the climate entrepreneurs profiled in her book.
Diana Kapp's 'Girls Who Green the World' Profiles Women Working to Save the Planet
Diana Kapp, journalist and author, "Girls Who Green the World: 34 Rebel Women Out to Save Our Planet"
Kayla Abe , co-founder, Ugly Pickle Co. and Shuggie's Trash Pies and Natural Wine
Daniela Fernandez , founder and CEO, Sustainable Ocean Alliance