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(don't) Waste Water!

S5E10 - Why is One Water the Best Way to Manage our Vulnerable Water Cycle?

S5E10 - Why is One Water the Best Way to Manage our Vulnerable Water Cycle?

35min |18/05/2022
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S5E10 - Why is One Water the Best Way to Manage our Vulnerable Water Cycle? cover
S5E10 - Why is One Water the Best Way to Manage our Vulnerable Water Cycle? cover
(don't) Waste Water!

S5E10 - Why is One Water the Best Way to Manage our Vulnerable Water Cycle?

S5E10 - Why is One Water the Best Way to Manage our Vulnerable Water Cycle?

35min |18/05/2022
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with 🎙️ Susan Moisio - Global Water Director at Jacobs, where she leads a team of 9,000 water professionals across all regions.  

💧 Jacobs pledges to push the limits of what's possible, continually challenging today to reinvent tomorrow.


What we covered: 


💧 How Jacobs' 9'000 water professionals build for a "One Water" Team - and what it involves in the company's market approach 

🌎 How Susan swiftly grew into a market influencer - starting as early as one week into the job 

⬛ How Jacobs chooses to tackle carbon topics, why, and how it rolls out in terms of timelines and goals 

🌱 How there's positive to find in the climate emergency, that can turn into a sustainable business opportunity 

☁️ How water is integral to climate response topics and often features at the heart of it 

🤝 How water challenges have common traits from one place to the other, and how teaming up - for instance in associations and alliances - is a way to overcome them 

🧑‍🏫 How the X-Factor to strive in this new environment is Leadership, and how to enforce best practices with that regard 

1️⃣ How wastewater may be the best place to start, yet not in isolation and rather in One Water approaches 

⚡ How energy-positive organizations could be around the corner, and how some have already achieved that milestone 

🌳 How when it comes to nature-based solutions it's not about gray or green but rather good management practices 

0️⃣ Community involvement, climate change as a universal threat, Jacobs goals and roadmap, science-based objectives, being a gatekeeper, enabling innovation... and much more!

🔥 ... and of course, we concluded with the 𝙧𝙖𝙥𝙞𝙙 𝙛𝙞𝙧𝙚 𝙦𝙪𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙨 🔥 


➡️ Check my full series on net zero water 

➡️ Get the Full Story           

➡️ Come say hi to Susan on LinkedIn        

Description

with 🎙️ Susan Moisio - Global Water Director at Jacobs, where she leads a team of 9,000 water professionals across all regions.  

💧 Jacobs pledges to push the limits of what's possible, continually challenging today to reinvent tomorrow.


What we covered: 


💧 How Jacobs' 9'000 water professionals build for a "One Water" Team - and what it involves in the company's market approach 

🌎 How Susan swiftly grew into a market influencer - starting as early as one week into the job 

⬛ How Jacobs chooses to tackle carbon topics, why, and how it rolls out in terms of timelines and goals 

🌱 How there's positive to find in the climate emergency, that can turn into a sustainable business opportunity 

☁️ How water is integral to climate response topics and often features at the heart of it 

🤝 How water challenges have common traits from one place to the other, and how teaming up - for instance in associations and alliances - is a way to overcome them 

🧑‍🏫 How the X-Factor to strive in this new environment is Leadership, and how to enforce best practices with that regard 

1️⃣ How wastewater may be the best place to start, yet not in isolation and rather in One Water approaches 

⚡ How energy-positive organizations could be around the corner, and how some have already achieved that milestone 

🌳 How when it comes to nature-based solutions it's not about gray or green but rather good management practices 

0️⃣ Community involvement, climate change as a universal threat, Jacobs goals and roadmap, science-based objectives, being a gatekeeper, enabling innovation... and much more!

🔥 ... and of course, we concluded with the 𝙧𝙖𝙥𝙞𝙙 𝙛𝙞𝙧𝙚 𝙦𝙪𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙨 🔥 


➡️ Check my full series on net zero water 

➡️ Get the Full Story           

➡️ Come say hi to Susan on LinkedIn        

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with 🎙️ Susan Moisio - Global Water Director at Jacobs, where she leads a team of 9,000 water professionals across all regions.  

💧 Jacobs pledges to push the limits of what's possible, continually challenging today to reinvent tomorrow.


What we covered: 


💧 How Jacobs' 9'000 water professionals build for a "One Water" Team - and what it involves in the company's market approach 

🌎 How Susan swiftly grew into a market influencer - starting as early as one week into the job 

⬛ How Jacobs chooses to tackle carbon topics, why, and how it rolls out in terms of timelines and goals 

🌱 How there's positive to find in the climate emergency, that can turn into a sustainable business opportunity 

☁️ How water is integral to climate response topics and often features at the heart of it 

🤝 How water challenges have common traits from one place to the other, and how teaming up - for instance in associations and alliances - is a way to overcome them 

🧑‍🏫 How the X-Factor to strive in this new environment is Leadership, and how to enforce best practices with that regard 

1️⃣ How wastewater may be the best place to start, yet not in isolation and rather in One Water approaches 

⚡ How energy-positive organizations could be around the corner, and how some have already achieved that milestone 

🌳 How when it comes to nature-based solutions it's not about gray or green but rather good management practices 

0️⃣ Community involvement, climate change as a universal threat, Jacobs goals and roadmap, science-based objectives, being a gatekeeper, enabling innovation... and much more!

🔥 ... and of course, we concluded with the 𝙧𝙖𝙥𝙞𝙙 𝙛𝙞𝙧𝙚 𝙦𝙪𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙨 🔥 


➡️ Check my full series on net zero water 

➡️ Get the Full Story           

➡️ Come say hi to Susan on LinkedIn        

Description

with 🎙️ Susan Moisio - Global Water Director at Jacobs, where she leads a team of 9,000 water professionals across all regions.  

💧 Jacobs pledges to push the limits of what's possible, continually challenging today to reinvent tomorrow.


What we covered: 


💧 How Jacobs' 9'000 water professionals build for a "One Water" Team - and what it involves in the company's market approach 

🌎 How Susan swiftly grew into a market influencer - starting as early as one week into the job 

⬛ How Jacobs chooses to tackle carbon topics, why, and how it rolls out in terms of timelines and goals 

🌱 How there's positive to find in the climate emergency, that can turn into a sustainable business opportunity 

☁️ How water is integral to climate response topics and often features at the heart of it 

🤝 How water challenges have common traits from one place to the other, and how teaming up - for instance in associations and alliances - is a way to overcome them 

🧑‍🏫 How the X-Factor to strive in this new environment is Leadership, and how to enforce best practices with that regard 

1️⃣ How wastewater may be the best place to start, yet not in isolation and rather in One Water approaches 

⚡ How energy-positive organizations could be around the corner, and how some have already achieved that milestone 

🌳 How when it comes to nature-based solutions it's not about gray or green but rather good management practices 

0️⃣ Community involvement, climate change as a universal threat, Jacobs goals and roadmap, science-based objectives, being a gatekeeper, enabling innovation... and much more!

🔥 ... and of course, we concluded with the 𝙧𝙖𝙥𝙞𝙙 𝙛𝙞𝙧𝙚 𝙦𝙪𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙨 🔥 


➡️ Check my full series on net zero water 

➡️ Get the Full Story           

➡️ Come say hi to Susan on LinkedIn        

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