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In this episode of, In Line with Nature, Hannah MacInnes talks to Ron Bakker, Founding Partner, PLP Architecture. He speaks with Hannah to discuss why there is such a pressing need to rethink current norms in construction in order to design and create a healthy, resilient and sustainable built environment for our growing population.
In this episode of, In Line with Nature, Hannah MacInnes talks to Amanda Sturgeon, CEO of Built by Nature | Laudes Foundation. She speaks with Hannah to discuss why there is such a pressing need to rethink current norms in construction in order to design and create a healthy, resilient and sustainable built environment for our growing population.
In this episode of, In Line with Nature, Hannah MacInnes talks to Indy Johar, an architect, co-founder of 00 (project00.cc) and most recently Dark Matter, Studio Master at AA. He speaks with Hannah to discuss why there is such a pressing need to rethink current norms in construction in order to design and create a healthy, resilient and sustainable built environment for our growing population.
In this episode of, In Line with Nature, Hannah MacInnes talks to Julia Watson, a designer, activist, and academic. Julia Watson is a leading expert on nature-based technologies for climate-resilient design and she speaks with Hannah to discuss why there is such a pressing need to rethink current norms in construction in order to design and create a healthy, resilient and sustainable built environment for our growing population.
Hannah MacInnes interviews Steve Allin, an author, teacher and consultant on ecological building especially with a focus on using hemp materials, on the future of building materials. Is Hemp the answer?
Hannah MacInnes interviews Elizabeth Hausler, the founder and CEO of Build Change, on the future of climate resilient housing. 
In this episode of, In Line with Nature, Hannah MacInnes talks to Karen Scrivener, a material chemist, to discuss why there is such a pressing need to rethink current norms in construction in order to design and create a healthy, resilient and sustainable built environment for our growing population.
In this episode of, In Line with Nature, Hannah MacInnes talks to Brinda Somaya, an architect and urban conservationist, to discuss why there is such a pressing need to rethink current norms in construction in order to design and create a healthy, resilient and sustainable built environment for our growing population.
In this episode of, In Line with Nature, Hannah MacInnes talks to Albert Hill & Matt Gibberd, Co-Founders of Modern House & Inigo, to understand what the future of eco design holds and which materials are the most sustainable to make our homes more eco-friendly.  
In this episode of, In Line with Nature, Hannah MacInnes talks to James Drinkwater, the Head of the Built Environment programme at Laudes Foundation, an independent foundation joining the growing movement to accelerate the transition to a climate positive and inclusive global economy - to understand what is meant by the term “built environment” and why there is such a pressing need to rethink current norms in construction in order to design and create a healthy, resilient and sustainable built environment for our growing population.
Hannah MacInnes joins Roger Lienhard, Founder and Executive Chairman of Blue Horizon, an investor in game changing companies like Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods at the forefront of modern plant protein production on The Klosters Forum Feed & Flourish Podcast series, to discuss the topic of biodiversity and ways in which we can transform our food systems in order to positively preserve our planet. 
Hannah MacInnes joins Otto Brockway, Director of the latest film 'Eating Our Way to Extinction' out 16th September 2021 on The Klosters Forum Feed & Flourish Podcast series, to discuss the topic of biodiversity and ways in which we can transform our food systems in order to positively preserve our planet. 
Hannah MacInnes joins Henry Dimbleby,  Co-Founder of Leon Restaurants, Director of London Union and lead non-executive board member of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs for a second interview with The Klosters Forum to discuss his latest National Food Strategy, an independent report for the UK Government. 
Hannah MacInnes joins Louise Mabulo, chef, farmer, and entrepreneur as well as the founder of The Cacao Project, on The Klosters Forum Feed & Flourish Podcast series, to discuss the topic of biodiversity and ways in which we can transform our food systems in order to positively preserve our planet. 
Hannah MacInnes joins Benedikt Bösel, founder and CEO of Gut &  Bösel on The Klosters Forum Feed & Flourish Podcast series, to discuss the topic of biodiversity and ways in which we can transform our food systems in order to positively preserve our planet. 
Hannah MacInnes joins Richard Walker, Managing Director of Iceland Foods and Author of the book, 'The Green Grocer' out April 2021, on The Klosters Forum Feed & Flourish Podcast series, to discuss the topic of biodiversity and ways in which we can transform our food systems in order to positively preserve our planet. 
Hannah MacInnes joins Jenny Costa, Founder of Rubies in the Rubble, on The Klosters Forum Feed & Flourish Podcast series, to discuss the topic of biodiversity and ways in which we can transform our food systems in order to positively preserve our planet. Jenny Costa is the founder of Rubies in the Rubble, an award-winning, sustainable food brand known for making great tasting condiments that are Packed with Purpose. Rubies in the Rubble was the first food brand to tackle the issue of food-waste in the UK. Rubies range of ketchups, mayo and relishes continue to win numerous awards for both taste and sustainability. They supply Waitrose, Ocado, Sainsburys, Coop, EAT, Marriott, Virgin Trains and many more.
Hannah MacInnes joins Dr. Agnes Kalibata, UN Secretary General’s Special Envoy to the 2021 Food Systems Summit, on The Klosters Forum Feed & Flourish Podcast series, to discuss the topic of biodiversity and ways in which we can transform our food systems in order to positively preserve our planet. Dr. Kalibata has a distinguished track record as an agricultural scientist, policymaker and thought leader. She has been awarded the Yara Prize, now the Africa Food Prize; an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Liège; an Honorary Doctorate from McGill University; and the Public Welfare Medal of the National Academy of Sciences for her work to drive Africa’s agricultural transformation through modern sciences and effective policy thereby improving livelihoods of smallholder farmers.
Hannah MacInnes joins Tom Hunt, an award-winning chef, writer and climate change campaigner. He is the author of the new cookbook Eating for Pleasure, People & Planet, And The Natural Cook, on The Klosters Forum Feed & Flourish Podcast series, to discuss the topic of biodiversity and ways in which we can transform our food systems in order to positively preserve our planet. Hunt also writes about food sustainability in magazines and newspapers including a regular column for the Guardian and Vegetarian Living Magazine.His Bristol restaurant Poco has won numerous awards including Best Ethical Restaurant at the Observer Food Monthly Awards. He has written for many newspapers and magazines and writes a weekly column for Feast magazine in the Saturday Guardian offering ingenious no-waste recipes.He is an experienced speaker and cook at events, including Taste of London, Borough Market, Feastival and Abergavenny Food Festival. He is a campaigner and ambassador for Action Against Hunger, Soil Association, Slow Food International and The Fairtrade.
Hannah MacInnes joins Finian Makepeace, Co-Founder, Policy Director, and Lead Educator of Kiss the Ground, on The Klosters Forum Feed & Flourish Podcast series, to discuss the topic of biodiversity and ways in which we can transform our food systems in order to positively preserve our planet. Finian Makepeace is also a renowned presenter, media creator, and thought leader in the field of regenerative agriculture and soil health. He has developed training programs, workshops, and talks designed to empower people to become confident messengers and advocates for this growing movement. He has worked with leading experts, policymakers, farmers, and businesses to make rebuilding soil, through the adoption of regenerative agriculture, a key solution to our world’s biggest crises. His greatest hope is that, through awakening to the opportunities of regeneration, people know they can help change the world. He believes that with enough new advocates promoting the ancient wisdom, pioneering holistic thinking, and new science of regenerative agriculture and ecosystem restoration we can heal our planet - together.
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