Economic, environmental and tech impact for Social Entrepreneurs – with Heidi Fisher

Interview - Heidi Fisher - Impact Diaries podcast

Tiny changes in how you use technology can make a profound impact on your carbon footprint.

By thinking about the entire life cycle of a product, from raw materials to what happens when it really can’t serve its original purpose, social and purpose-driven entrepreneurs can re-evaluate what tools they use and when to replace them.

In this episode, Heidi covers proactive and realistic steps you can take right away to ensure you don’t just consume and create for the sake of it.

And she examines issues to consider when it comes to the economic impact of your activities.

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Divider BarAlso in this episode:

  1. Why Heidi’s no fan of carbon offset programmes
  2. Modern slavery, the living wage, and worker conditions
  3. Life cycle analysis of products

What next?

  • Heidi’s new book shares everything she knows about impact measurement and management – and how to implement it in your organisation. Order your copy of Impact First – The Social Entrepreneur’s Guide to Measuring, Managing and Growing Your Impact. Please click here
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  • And if you are interested in being interviewed and are from an existing social enterprise creating a proven impact, please contact presenter Heidi Fisher at Make An Impact CIC