“Move Fast and Fix the Planet” is a podcast series led by Stanford Professor Mike Lepech, focusing on the critical role of engineering and entrepreneurship in addressing climate change and sustainability challenges. Through engaging interviews with a diverse array of guests, including experts in innovation, venture capital, policy, and more, the series explores the unique dynamics of climate and sustainability entrepreneurship.

Listeners will discover what motivates these individuals, what keeps them hopeful, and gain valuable insights to guide their own journeys into ecopreneurship. This series is a production of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP), the entrepreneurship center within Stanford Engineering, and is part of the Stanford Ecopreneurship Programs, showcasing the university’s commitment to fostering innovative solutions to environmental issues.

Instructors: Michael Lepech
Faculty Principal Investigator (PI) Required?: N/A

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