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May 18, 2022

Only about 15% of used clothes and other textiles in the United States get reused or recycle. The rest head straight to the landfill or incinerator. Peggy talks about how to address this, citing research in a new report about how to facilitate a circular economy for textiles.

She also discusses:

  • The biggest hurdles...


May 18, 2022

Peggy and Kim Cheslak, director of codes, New Buildings Institute, discuss a new study on building decarbonization. She says one of the primary questions is: what does it cost? Thus, it went into the study with two primary goals: to confirm or disprove the theory that electrifying buildings saves or costs homeowners...


May 18, 2022

Peggy and Alexa Carlin, Women Empower X, talk about her new book Adaptable. She says she has gone through a number of challenges that are very related in the sense that we all go through so many challenges—and there is a time where we can either let our obstacles stop us or fuel us forward.

They also discuss:

  • How to...


May 11, 2022

Peggy talks about all the generations and businesses coming together to move from the old linear ways to a more circular world, saying we need both a change in process and new technologies. She narrows in on one specific case study, Continental.

She also discusses:

  • The company’s goal to achieve fully sustainable...


May 11, 2022

Peggy and Daryl Friedman, global president & CEO, CEDIA, talk about the home integrator market and a new report. He says one of the things that attracted him to this industry is the growth potential of where is this going.

They also discuss:

  • How this started as a luxury market and is now available for the...