Sea Change Media is a non-profit whose mission is to make connections that advance the shift toward social, environmental, and economic sustainability of SEO — and beyond! Sea Change also seeks to transcend the left-right political divide that often hampers the achievement of goals that promote the common good. And a core belief of Sea Change is that personal change and systems change are inextricably linked, and so we pursue both simultaneously.
Sea Change Media Team
Sea Change Media, a division of the Trusteeship Institute, a 501(c)3, produces a number of projects independently and with a broad spectrum of partner organizations that advance its mission of social, environmental, and economic transformation:
Sea Change Radio
The flagship project of Sea Change Media, a nationally syndicated show and global podcast that covers the shift to sustainability.
Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility | The Arc of Change
Sea Change is producing yearlong, monthly podcast series documenting four decades of ICCR’s shareowner activism.
Harvard-Kennedy School | The Accountability Web
Sea Change is conducting a half-year research fellowship on Web 2.0 and corporate accountability for the Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative, with Bill Baue and Marcy Murninghan as senior researchers and Bob Massie as senior advisor.
Audubon Magazine | Future Scenarios: Energy & Economy
Sea Change produced and moderated a panel discussion featuring Libby Cheney, Shell’s top sustainability executive in the Americas; Cary Krosinsky of the environmental investment research firm Trucost; and Chris Martenson, creator of The Crash Course (with video and audio.)
Marlboro MBA in Managing for Sustainability | Beyond SRI: The Future of Socially Responsible Investing
Sea Change is producing a panel discussion moderated by Anders Ferguson of VERIS Wealth Partners, featuring Peter Kinder, founding president of KLD Research & Analytics; Cary Krosinsky of Trucost; Terry Mollner of Stakeholders Capital and the Trusteeship Institute; and KC Burton of ICCR, (with video and audio.)
Investor Environmental Health Network | 8 Loopholes in Corporate Reporting
Sea Change co-produced this video with IEHN.
CSRwire | Commentary
For several years, Bill Baue of Sea Change has written a regular commentary for CSRwire.