Interviews with Technical People

Ep 4: Zach Eichholz: Sustainability and Resiliency

September 18, 2020 John and James Season 1 Episode 5
Interviews with Technical People
Ep 4: Zach Eichholz: Sustainability and Resiliency
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Interviews with Technical People
Ep 4: Zach Eichholz: Sustainability and Resiliency
Sep 18, 2020 Season 1 Episode 5
John and James

We are joined by Zach Eichholz, the sustainability program manager and resiliency planner for the City of Cape Canaveral, Florida.  This show covers an enormous number of topics, and also set a record for the longest show we have recorded so far, so feel free to split it into smaller chunks for your listening pleasure!  However, it covers some very important topics revolving around climate change, sustainability, and renewable energy.  We learn about some of the ways cities large and small are incorporating more sustainable practices.  As a city on a barrier island in Florida, we also get a unique glimpse into a community that is uniquely threatened by sea level rise, and the steps that they are taking to mitigate its effects and consequences.  We also get to hear about some of the CliFi (Climate Fiction) works that Zach has written, which help to spread awareness for climate action in an encouraging and hopeful manner. 

You can follow Zach on Linkedin here and can get more information about his published books.

Finally, remember to take our survey to provide us with feedback on this episode, and on the podcast in general.  We want your honest answers!  

p.s., the largest port in the world by cruise passenger traffic is the Port of Miami.

Show Notes

We are joined by Zach Eichholz, the sustainability program manager and resiliency planner for the City of Cape Canaveral, Florida.  This show covers an enormous number of topics, and also set a record for the longest show we have recorded so far, so feel free to split it into smaller chunks for your listening pleasure!  However, it covers some very important topics revolving around climate change, sustainability, and renewable energy.  We learn about some of the ways cities large and small are incorporating more sustainable practices.  As a city on a barrier island in Florida, we also get a unique glimpse into a community that is uniquely threatened by sea level rise, and the steps that they are taking to mitigate its effects and consequences.  We also get to hear about some of the CliFi (Climate Fiction) works that Zach has written, which help to spread awareness for climate action in an encouraging and hopeful manner. 

You can follow Zach on Linkedin here and can get more information about his published books.

Finally, remember to take our survey to provide us with feedback on this episode, and on the podcast in general.  We want your honest answers!  

p.s., the largest port in the world by cruise passenger traffic is the Port of Miami.