BREAKING NEWS: Ukraine Pushes Russian Troops Retreat and Keeps The Pressure ON! Featuring Daniel Tonkopi and His Work to #StandWithUkraine

Watch the livestream and podcast here: Listen to the podcast here   Join Corinna Bellizzi for a quick commentary on Russia’s retreating forces and a snip from her interview with Daniel Tonkopi, Delfast Ebikes founder who got his company’s start in Kiev. News articles mentioned in this livestream: https://www.wsj.com/articles/russias-war-plan-is-rocked-by-ukraines-rapid-gains-11663073064?siteid=yhoof2&yptr=yahoo https://wtop.com/russia-ukraine-war-news/2022/09/ukraine-piles-pressure-on-retreating-russian-troops/ Podcast interview with Daniel Tonkopi: […]

Truth In Fiction: Storytelling for Social Change with Juliet Rose, Author and Activist

Listen to the podcast here In this discussion, we are invited to learn more about social and sustainability issues we all face through the power of storytelling with fiction. From the pages of We Don’t Matter to Prick of the Needle, we gain perspective through the lives of people living in incredibly difficult situations, where protests rage, fires […]

Women Entrepreneurs And The Power Of Social Impact With Talia Antonietta

Listen to the podcast here: Female empowerment is an important part of our world, yet a lot still needs accomplishing. The social impact space is one area where women continue to make a big splash with entrepreneurial efforts aimed at changing how we view the world.  Corinna Bellizzi and Talia Antonietta of The Modern Altruneur […]

Conserve Energy & Eliminate Food Waste with Manik Suri, CEO & Founder of Therma

Manik Suri in front of electricity arc

Don’t don’t give up on the dream. I think that people like yourself Corina, who’ve been working on these hard problems for years and years. And I think sustainability and climate is about as hard a problem as any one could possibly work on. It’s not easily solvable. There’s no one solution. It takes coordinated action. It takes concerted action. It’s going to require sacrifice and change and creativity and curiosity. Those kinds of problems are really, really hard. And it’s very easy to lose faith and to say, Hey, what am I. I gotta do something else in my life. And I just encourage everyone. I say this to myself every day. Okay. Just because it’s hard doesn’t mean it’s not worth it. And so I guess the thing I would say both to myself and to anyone listening, especially to your your listener. Now don’t give up. I think I feel excited by the kind of people I work with and the quality and caliber of people that I see working on sustainability and climate these days, it’s just an exceptional community coming together.