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Systemic change is needed to move us on to the right side of history. Marc Buckley talks with the game-changers on a mission to get us there as fast as possible. Marc is an Advocate for the SDGs, member of the World Economic Forum Expert Network, and award-winning Global Food Reformist.

Take a deep dive with thought leaders, Innovators, Futurists, and those solving Global Grand challenges. Listen to renowned experts share their insight on topics including sustainability, environmentalism, global food reform, SDG plan to get us to 2030, regenerative practices and systems thinking.
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A childhood dominated by dinner table conversations around ion-channels, power-microscopy, nuclear war and ecosystems-collapse left its marks. Instead of becoming a rockstar, which had been the original plan, Thomas became an entrepreneur driven by applying the power of science and technology towards making the planet a good place. This led to a series of for-profit and non-profit organisations, initiatives and projects towards that objective which can be explored on his website https://thomas.cr. Thomas is a Social Entrepreneur, Futurist, and Author of 2 books, numerous essays, and good TEDxFrankfurt talk.
Human Leadership Activist, Purpose Advocate, Culture Designer and Business Hippie - Julia worked for 20 years in Berlin, New York, New Delhi and London for international, digital marketing and technology companies - Publicis Pixelpark, Publicis Sapient, Accenture and most recently as MD for AKQA Germany. In 2015 and 2016, she was selected among the top 5 of the most important agency managers in Germany founded her own company and collective SOULWORX in 2015. Since then, she has led more than two dozen progressive-minded SMBs, as well as corporate and family businesses through her personally-developed 'PurposeQuest' and ‘Leadership Reset’ formats. In doing so, she accompanies companies to grow in their great challenges and sees Purpose as the linchpin for establishing and embedding new ways of working. She also accompanies executives to radically re-think their role, look within and go beyond, with her immersion programs 'Fearless SOUL' and 'Being Exponentially Human, enabling them to powerfully grow themselves and their companies. She appears as a speaker and presenter in the context of New Work, Human Leadership, Cultural Change and Purpose on various stages. Her purpose is to awaken leaders in radically re-thinking who they truly are. And her ambition is to set free the limitless potential of over one million people before she leaves this planet. Anna Julia von Winterfeldt https://soulworx.de/ http://www.humansofnewwork.com/ https://beingexponentiallyhuman.com/ https://www.positivebusiness.co/
Dave Borlace - Part 2

Dave Borlace - Part 2

2020-08-0359:33

Dave Borlace is my guest on this episode of Inside Ideas. Our conversation is split into two parts. Born just 4 months before man first landed on the moon back in 1969, Dave Borlace has been conscious of environmental issues since studying for a Technology Degree with the Open University in the late 1990s. In early 2017 Dave read a seminal book called ‘A Farewell to Ice’, written by the arctic research scientist Professor Peter Wadhams. That book was an epiphany that set Dave off on a quest to create climate communication videos that aim to decode the sometimes overwhelmingly complicated and confusing scientific information around climate change, with the objective of explaining the concepts in the sort of plain English that everyday folks can understand. His YouTube channel, Just Have a Think, now has over 100,000 subscribers. Through his weekly videos, Dave seeks to understand the issues that face our civilisation in the 21st Century and focusses on the potential solutions that will save as many lives as possible and hopefully bring about a greater level of equality in the world. You can visit the Just Have a Think channel here: http://www.youtube.com/c/JustHaveaThink Help support and influence the growth of the Just Have a Think initiative here: http://www.patreon.com/justhaveathink
Dave Borlace - Part 1

Dave Borlace - Part 1

2020-08-0358:00

Dave Borlace is my guest on this episode of Inside Ideas. Our conversation is split into two parts. Born just 4 months before man first landed on the moon back in 1969, Dave Borlace has been conscious of environmental issues since studying for a Technology Degree with the Open University in the late 1990s. In early 2017 Dave read a seminal book called ‘A Farewell to Ice’, written by the arctic research scientist Professor Peter Wadhams. That book was an epiphany that set Dave off on a quest to create climate communication videos that aim to decode the sometimes overwhelmingly complicated and confusing scientific information around climate change, with the objective of explaining the concepts in the sort of plain English that everyday folks can understand. His YouTube channel, Just Have a Think, now has over 100,000 subscribers. Through his weekly videos, Dave seeks to understand the issues that face our civilisation in the 21st Century and focusses on the potential solutions that will save as many lives as possible and hopefully bring about a greater level of equality in the world. You can visit the Just Have a Think channel here: http://www.youtube.com/c/JustHaveaThink Help support and influence the growth of the Just Have a Think initiative here: http://www.patreon.com/justhaveathink
Marc is a Social Impact Entrepreneur, Chef, and Professor of Innovation. Mark is one of North America’s foremost social entrepreneurs. With eleven businesses under his belt, he exemplifies a new form of leadership that encompasses good in every step. Brand is determined to breathe new life into our struggling and disjointed communities through his advocacy, convenings & social impact business models. Along with overseeing the 5 organisations under MB Inc, Brand leads his A Better Life Foundation in Canada, the United States and Mexico and is a Stanford fellow, Professor of Innovation and Design Thinking, and has served as executive chef for the American Refugee Committee and Pope Francis's Climate Challenge. As a certified Integral Facilitator & Mediator, he helps to unstick groups facing deep challenges through design. At the center of all of this work is  helping us see ways to help each other in meaningful and long lasting ways with the theory, there is no US & THEM, only US. Mark Brand Inc. https://www.markbrandinc.com/
Tristram Stuart is an international award-winning author, speaker, campaigner and expert on the environmental and social impacts of food. His books have been described as "a genuinely revelatory contribution to the history of human ideas” (The Times). The environmental organisation he founded, Feedback (www.feedbackglobal.org), works to regenerate nature by transforming our food system. He is also the founder of Toast Ale (www.toastale.com) which upcycles unsold fresh bread into award-winning craft beer. 100% of Toast’s distributable profits go to Feedback and other aligned charities worldwide. After 3 years of operations, Toast saved more than 1 million slices of bread from going to waste. Tristram is an official UN Champion of SDG 12.3 to halve food waste by 2030. He won the international environmental award in 2011, The Sophie Prize. He is an Ashoka Fellow, a National Geographic Emerging Explorer and a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader.
Barak Berkowitz is the Director of Operation and Strategy at MIT Media Lab as well as the founder of MarketCentrix, a consumer strategy consultancy for tech companies. He consults to start-ups, VCs and Large companies. Past clients have included, Digital Garage, Apple, Sony, Fujifilm, Polycom and many others. He also serves as an investor and advisor to many start-ups including LittleBits, New Context, Improbable and Quixey. Over the last 25+ years Barak has served in a number of consumer technology leadership roles. Most recently Barak was CEO of Evi, the virtual personal assistant that was acquired by Amazon.Com and is the intelligence in Alexa. Prior to Evi, Barak was the Managing Director of Wolfram Alpha, the revolutionary answer engine. He also was Chairman and CEO of Six Apart, the global leader in blogging, Cofounder and President of OmniSky, the wireless Internet innovator that went public in 2000, EVP and General manager of the Go Network, the Disney owned web portal and EVP and General Manager of Logitech. Prior to Logitech Barak spent over 9 years at Apple USA and Apple Japan in a number of roles leading consumer-marketing programs. Barak started his tech career at Macy’s, running the world’s first large-scale consumer computer store chain.
John is a research assistant professor at the Center for Climate Change Communication at George Mason University. He obtained his PhD at the University of Western Australia, studying the cognitive psychology of climate science denial. His research focus is understanding and countering misinformation about climate change. In 2007, he founded Skeptical Science, a website which won the 2011 Australian Museum Eureka Prize for the Advancement of Climate Change Knowledge and 2016 Friend of the Planet Award from the National Center for Science Education. John authored the book Cranky Uncle vs. Climate Change, that combines climate science, critical thinking, and cartoons to explain and counter climate misinformation. He also co-authored the college textbooks Climate Change: Examining the Facts and Climate Change Science: A Modern Synthesis and the book Climate Change Denial: Heads in the Sand. In 2013, he published a paper finding 97% scientific consensus on human-caused global warming, a finding that has been highlighted by President Obama and UK Prime Minister David Cameron.
Environmental activist and member of Chad’s pastoralist Mbororo community, Hindou began advocating for Indigenous rights and environmental protection at age 16, founding the Association for Indigenous Women and Peoples of Chad (AFPAT) to introduce new income revenue activities for women and collaborative tools such as 3D participatory mapping to build sustainable ecosystems management and reduction of nature-based resource conflicts. Her vision is to grow support for both traditional knowledge and science to improve resilience to climate change especially for rural communities. She is a member of the Indigenous Peoples of Africa Coordinating Committee and served as co-chair of the International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change during the historic UN Climate Change Conference (COP21) in Paris. She is dedicated to the protection of all Indigenous peoples, from the Congo to the Arctic, and the value of their knowledge in the fight against climate change. She advances environmental protection for Indigenous peoples by participating in international policy dialogues held around the three Rio Conventions; Climate Change (UNFCCC), Biodiversity (CBD), and Desertification (UNCCD) pressuring governments to recognize land rights of Indigenous peoples and advance their solutions for climate adaptation and mitigation. Ibrahim’s work with indigenous communities at the local and global level has achieved broad recognition and support including, the Pritzker Emerging Environmental Genius Award, the Daniel Mitterrand Prize, appointment as a UN Sustainable Development Goals Advocate, Conservation International board member and Lui-Walton Senior Fellow, EAT advisory board member and National Geographic Explorer. She was recognized by  BBC  as a top 100 women leader and by TIME's Women Leaders in Climate Change.  Her TED talk on Indigenous knowledge meets science to solve climate change has surpassed more than 1 million views.
Harald Neidhardt is passionate about meaning in technology, the future of exponential technologies and its opportunities for society, economy and entrepreneurs – especially in Europe. Together with a select group of an inspiring futurist faculty, leading innovators and creative minds, he has launched the Futur/io Institute as a new platform and community for European innovation leaders to help co-create a vision for desirable futures. For MLOVE, Harald Neidhardt created an unconventional event series that brings together innovators for inspiring events at amazing locations since 2009. Throughout his career he has been a digital pioneer and serial startup founder in Europe and the USA. He published two books:”Moonshots for Europe” and “Lifestyle of Mobility”, written together with acclaimed innovators and change makers. Harald Neidhardt is a Singularity University alumnus and has spoken on innovation at events, including TEDx (Hongkong, Hamburg, Marrakesh), SXSW Austin, SingularityU Summit (NL/USA/GER), Wired, Next, MWC/4YFN Barcelona and is a speaker at corporate executive events. Harald is an advisor to the UN Climate Change secretariat (UNFCCC) on resilient frontiers and member of the digital economy workgroup of the World Economic Forum (WEF Davos).
Jeremy is a designer, consultant and creative evangelist. His work focuses on the intersection of design, technology and business culture; inspiring, educating and empowering entrepreneurs, corporate innovators and change makers to tap into the world’s most abundant resource: human potential. Jeremy is an American designer and maker of delightful interactions between people, machines and culture. Born in Vietnam and raised in Minnesota he now lives and works in the northern city of Hamburg, Germany. Jeremy’s interest in design was piqued at an early age by his parents (a landscape architect and psychologist) while his curiosity for world-building was a result of many hours playing the original 80’s classic role-playing game Dungeons and Dragons as well as an obsession with skateboarding. Highlights to the later include: skating in a demo with Tony Hawk, laying down silky smooth smith grinds and being in Thrasher Magazine. In 1996, Jeremy founded design agency Fork Unstable Media where he was the creative partner developing work for companies such as Nivea, Lufthansa, Daimler, and Wired Magazine to name just a few. Jeremy also spent four years as Google’s Creative Evangelist, co-founded multidisciplinary studio Truth Dare Double Dare and was a founding post-graduate at Interaction Design Institute Ivrea. Jeremy hosts a Podcast called “The Learning Economy” available on Apple, Google, and Spotify. Jeremy Tai Abbett https://jeremy.abbett.net/ Marc Buckley  https://marcbuckley.earth/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/buckleymarc/   Inside Ideas https://www.innovatorsmag.com/inside-ideas/ Innovators Magazine https://www.innovatorsmag.com/   OnePoint5 Media http://onepoint5media.com/   Sign up for our 'Innovate Now' newsletter to get episodes straight to your inbox: http://bit.ly/2pMbxKo
Tamás Dávid-Barrett is Marc Buckley's guest on the latest edition of Inside Ideas. Tamas is a behavioural scientist, who asks what traits allow humans to live in large and culturally complex societies. His work focuses on how the structure of social networks change during falling fertility, urbanisation, and migration; as well as, how social networks vary over the human life-course. Tamás’s current projects include the origins of inequality regulation; why the behavioural rules between women and men vary so much across cultures; and the evolutionary foundations of sharing behaviour. Tamás is a professor at  the Centro de Investigación de Complejidad Social at the Universidad del Desarollo in Santiago de Chile, teaches economics at Trinity College, University of Oxford in the United Kingdom, and is affiliated with the Population Studies Research Institute in Helsinki, Finland. He is a fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute. In the past, Tamás ran his analyst company, and did macroeconomic and development research in 35 countries all around the world. It was the highlands of Irian Jaya that changed the way he sees human societies.
Jenny Kleeman, the award-winning film-maker and journalist renowned for her deep dive investigations and coverage of the stories shaping our world, is Marc Buckley's guest on the latest edition of Inside Ideas. Jenny's writing appears regularly in the Guardian's Weekend magazine and Long Read section, as well as the Sunday Times, the Times, and Tortoise. Sex Robots & Vegan Meat is the name of Jenny’s upcoming book, which will be published by Picador in July 2020. On video, Jenny has reported for BBC One's Panorama, HBO's Vice News Tonight and Channel 4's Dispatches, and has made 13 films from across the globe for Channel 4’s Unreported World. A regular commentator on the Sky News Press Preview, Jenny also presents Breakfast on Times Radio Friday-Sunday, and presented Hotspot, a five-part documentary series for BBC Radio 4. The Immaculate Deception is the name of Jenny’s podcast, which is available wherever you get your podcasts.
Carolyn Steel, a leading thinker on food and cities, is Marc Buckley's guest on the latest edition of Inside Ideas. The renowned architect and author of Hungry City and Sitopia, talks food, spaces, life and pickled cucumbers. Her 2008 book Hungry City: How Food Shapes Our Lives is an international best-seller and established her concept of Sitopia (food-place) across a broad range of fields in academia, industry and the arts. A director of Kilburn Nightingale Architects in London, Carolyn studied at Cambridge University and has since lectured at Cambridge, London Metropolitan and Wageningen Universities and at the London School of Economics, where she was the inaugural Studio Director of the Cities Programme. A Rome scholar in 1995-6, Carolyn is in international demand as a speaker and her 2009 TED talk has received more than one million views. Her second book Sitopia: How Food Can Save the World, was published by Chatto & Windus in March 2020. Listen in on my Deep Dive Discussion with Carolyn Steel Author of Hungry City and Sitopia.     Carolyn Steel MA (Cantab) RIBA  https://www.innovatorsmag.com/talking...
Marc Buckley spoke to the award-winning and international best-selling author, John Strelecky, for this new OnePoint5Media + Innovators Magazine show, Inside Ideas. The creator of the Big Five for Life concept, John has sold over 4 million books worldwide, which have been translated into more than 40 languages.
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