NIDC Speakers | Phil Wilkinson - Journey to engineering leadership
This year, the Northern Ireland Developers Conference (NIDC) is doing things a little different; they are hosting their conference online. In collaboration with the conference, we have welcomed some of the speakers onto the podcast to discuss their talk and why they got involved.Phil Wilkinson from Flexera will be discussing 'Journey to engineering leadership' NIDC - 9th-10th October 2020 | Tickets: FREE -> https://hopin.to/events/nidc2020
Laurie talks to New Mexico native, cellist, vocalist, performer, campaign organizer, and Stanford law student, Phil Wilkinson about the voice of music, the world at large, the law of the land, China, Spain, the ABQ vibe, and political aspirations.FUSION Forum Podcast is sponsored by FUSION Theatre Company, New Mexico’s professional producing theatre company since 2001. Located in the Arts and Cultural district of downtown Albuquerque, FUSION makes its creative home within The Forum, a community inspired multi-venue space. The interviews in this podcast are dedicated to capturing the activities, passions, and tangential paths artists utilize to nurture their creative souls.Laurie Thomas is a Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Chair of FUSION. She is a professional actor, director, writer, educator, and host of FUSION Forum Podcast.
Society change for climate change with Phil Wilkinson
Phil Wilkinson is a mechanical engineer who fell into the HVAC&R industry.“”I fell into the air conditioning refrigeration industry, which is just the story of everybody that's in itAfter reading Paul Hawken’s book Drawdown, Phil is now on a mission to change society, “”. Through the group “” Phil is on a mission to reverse global warming in one generation.one fridge at a timeHumans of HVAC&R 2.0See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
WHITE LINE FEVER Kicks! - Episode five: 2019 predictions with Steve Mascord, John Davidson and Phil Wilkinson
White Line Fever
@WLFpodcast Kicks! returns for a new year with Steve joined by Phil Wilkinson and John Davidson in discussing the new Super League promo video, rule changes, the World Club Challenge and other pertinent league matters.
Phil Wilkinson — "Reversing Global Warming with HVAC&R and Drawdown"
Phil is a leader in the HVAC&R (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Regfrigeration) industry, the largely invisible sector that powers our modern world. Without heating, cooling, and refrigeration, Australia would a very different place. But HVAC&R has done more than just allow progress, it also consumes a huge amount of electricity, and handles and is responsible for some of the most powerful greenhouse gases in the world. Phil, in his work at the industry advocate AIRAH, is humanising the industry. He believes that in making the industry accessible and understandable, the people and firms that are taking strides in sustainability can be recognized and rewarded, and bad actors can begin to lose out. He's got a great personal story, from his year of University in France, learning mechanical engineering in a second language, to his trajectory and then long and stellar service with AIRAH. But wait, there's more. Phil had the chance to interview Paul Hawken, editor of Drawdown, and we are thrilled to bring you a great bit of that interview. We'll share Paul's thoughts on Australia from his recent trip in early 2018, and what it means to really start using the Drawdown research to make an impact on emissions. Credits: Caleb Fidecaro — Producer Rich Bowden — Co-Founder Mark Spencer — Co-Founder Abigail Hawkins — Designer Greg Grassi — ComposerSpecial Guest: Phil Wilkinson.Support ClimacticLinks:AIRAH — Safe, sustainable, healthy and effective environmentsDrawdown by Paul Hawken — In the face of widespread fear and apathy, an international coalition of researchers, professionals, and scientists have come together to offer a set of realistic and bold solutions to climate change. One hundred techniques and practices are described here—some are well known; some you may have never heard of. They range from clean energy to educating girls in lower-income countries to land use practices that pull carbon out of the air. The solutions exist, are economically viable, and communities throughout the world are currently enacting them with skill and determination. If deployed collectively on a global scale over the next thirty years, they represent a credible path forward, not just to slow the earth’s warming but to reach drawdown, that point in time when greenhouse gases in the atmosphere peak and begin to decline.Comfort, Cleanliness and Convenience by Elizabeth Shove — Over the past few generations, expectations of comfort, cleanliness and convenience have altered radically, but these dramatic changes have largely gone unnoticed. This intriguing book brings together the sociology of consumption and technology to investigate the evolution of these changes, as well the social meaning of the practices themselves. Homes, offices, domestic appliances and clothes play a crucial role in our lives, but not many of us question exactly how and why we perform so many daily rituals associated with them.Drawdown HomePaul Hawken — Paul Hawken is an environmentalist, entrepreneur, journalist, and author. Starting at age 20, he dedicated his life to sustainability and changing the relationship between business and the environment. Could you be an Enviro Champ? — Sustainable Port PhillipRate and review Climactic!Support the show: https://www.climactic.fm/p/support-the-collective/