A Positive Climate

Recent Episodes

Great Wrap: Making Cling Wrap Great Again

Oct. 25, 2021

Julia Kay, co-founder of Great Wrap chats to us about how we can make cling wrap GREAT again! Great Wrap has created Australia's first certified compostable cling wrap - it’s not only made from food waste but it also contain…

Drones to string together the clean energy transition

Oct. 18, 2021

Cameron Van Der Berg from Infravision explains how can drones help us tackle climate change. As the world transitions to 100% renewable energy we are going to need a whole lot more electricity transmission. Historically foss…

Meat 3.0: Is Cultured Meat the Future?

Oct. 11, 2021

Welcome back to Season 2 of A Positive Climate! We’re thrilled to be bringing you another ten episodes EVERY TUESDAY covering everything from sustainable plastics, seaweed to stop cows burping methane and Australia’s potenti…

Electric Vehicles: Busting the Myths

July 18, 2021

We've saved some of the best for last in this final episode of our positive first season. We're lucky to have Tim Washington from JetCharge on the show to talk about all the reasons why electric vehicles (EVs) are just aweso…

Zero Emission Aviation: Brissie to the Gold Coast in 10 mins for $10

July 4, 2021

Andrew Moore, co-founder and CEO of AMSL Aero chats to us about the future of transportation and how soon we might all be able to get around in flying taxis or eVTOLs (electric vertical take off and landing) as the industry …

The future of farming with Sarah Nolet, Tenacious Ventures

June 27, 2021

Sarah Nolet is the CEO and a founding partner of Tenacious Ventures , Australia's first and only dedicated agrifood venture capital firm. Sarah chats to us about all the innovative and exciting agricultural technologies or a…

About the Hosts

Alex McIntosh

Alex is passionate about innovation and solving one of the greatest challenges of our generation, climate change! Alex has been in the energy sector for over 5 years where she's had experience with hydrogen, distributed energy, pumped hydro and battery storage. Prior to joining the energy revolution, Alex worked in Deal Advisory at KPMG.

Nick Zeltzer

Nick’s passion for sustainability started via his Papou who used to say “Yoghurt only expires 30 days after the use by date”. Nick has worked in investment banking, venture capital, grants and with startups in both Australia and the US. Nick has been in the energy industry for over 10 years with roles at Macquarie Group, Origin Energy, and Puget Sound Energy in Seattle.