November 2014: Amy participated as Vice Chair in the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Climate Change in Dubai.
July 2014: Amy has been appointed the new Vice Chair of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Climate Change.
June 2014: Amy spoke about environmental debt on Science for the People radio.
Amy’s column “How West’s throwaway culture destroys basic freedoms in China” was listed as one of the Top 5 social impact stories of 2013 by the Guardian Sustainable Business. See all of Amy’s contributions to the Guardian here.
For anyone interested in environmental and economic policy, this is a fascinating, provocative book. Brisk, bold and blunt, Larkin is a devastating critic of current business practices, but she wants to inspire, not scold. – Publishers Weekly
Vanity Fair Hot Type List: Best Summer Reads – Elissa Schappell
Best books of June 2013: Business and Investing – Amazon
Read more reviews here.
Interviews + Recordings:
The Leonard Lopate Show- WNYC
Writers Voice with Francesca Rheannon
Bloomberg Radio, Taking Stock with Pimm Fox and Carol Massar
Elliot Bay Book Store reading- KUOW Seattle
Commonwealth Club, San Francisco – KQED
Access Utah- UPR
Climate One (overview & photos here)
Science for the People Radio
The sharks and the bees: what nature’s patterns teach us about sourcing
Embrace the bad stuff: turning crisis into business opportunity
Power, love and money: lessons on gender roles from Shakespeare
Addicted to cars: why can’t New York City break its bad transit habit?
How West’s Throwaway Culture Destroys Basic Freedoms in China
Seven lessons on sustainability from Star Trek
Why Companies Need to be Held to Account Over Their Environmental Debt
Mutually Assured Survival
The Carbon Diaries
While the Hills are Still Alive
Countries and Companies Can Agree: Something’s Gotta Give
Let’s Talk About Environmental Debt
New Business Alternatives for Obama’s Climate Change Program