E8 Co-Chair, Eric Berman, discusses how the power of capitalism can reduce our carbon footprint.

Updated: Mar 17, 2020


“Policy and charity are great — important — but at the end of the day the most powerful tool is capitalism,” Berman said.

“If you can’t make money being sustainable, you’re always going to be a niche. ,” Berman said. Janice Podsada of Everett, WA's The Daily Herald interviewed Berman and E8 Sponsor, CleanTech Alliance, along with other local incubators and businesses about their efforts to change the region's environmental impact. Clean technology is about more than just wind and solar: Local companies are baking clean tech into manufacturing processes and products and services of all kinds. HeraldNet Feb 4, 2020


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