Will Rayward-Smith has spent his adult life learning about the effects of climate change. Fortunately, unlike many who feel overwhelmed by the climate crisis, Will has dived in to help bring about lasting change.

A specialist in decarbonization and transitioning to clean energy with a PhD in Clean Energy from Cambridge, Will understands the urgency of the issue. He founded SunSHIFT to replace diesel generators with mobile solar power in remote areas, with a goal of lowering carbon emissions. 

Now as a Partner in Energy and Sustainability at Deloitte, Will helps clients identify and take advantage of the opportunities provided by clean technology — to the benefit of us all.

In this episode, Will and Charlie muse on the necessity of understanding how climate change disproportionately affects poorer areas of the world and how finding clean-energy solutions ultimately improves quality of life for everyone.

Find out more about Will Rayward-Smith on his LinkedIn profile and on the Deloitte website. 


Musings on Ourselves and Other Strangers is the podcast for the non-profit organization The Life You Can Save, and is hosted by co-founder Charlie Bresler. Please check out other episodes as well as our website for ideas on how you too can extend your impact for good in the world.

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