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Our biweekly podcast features provocative discussions and thoughtful exploration of innovations in science, technology, the environment, and everything in between. Our guests include thought-leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs, activists, and experts in the global innovation economy.
 
Rob Johnson is not your average economist, and this is not your average economics podcast. Every week, Rob talks about economic and social issues with a guest who probably wasn’t on your Econ 101 reading list, from musicians to activists to rebel economists. A podcast of The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET).
 
Ben Yeoh chats to a variety of thinkers and doers about their curiosities, ideas and passions. If you are curious about the world this show is for you. I have extended conversations across humanities and science with artists, philosophers, writers, theatre makers, activists, economists and all walks of life.
 
Discover the best bits of the best books read by people you admire. Michael Bungay Stanier hosts the podcast where brilliant people read the best two pages of a favourite book. Listen as authors, leaders, activists, academics, celebrities, and entrepreneurs dig in with MBS to explore the insights and ideas within. Whether it’s books that inspire leadership, change, self-development and growth, power, strategy, ambition, productivity, or creativity and innovation - this is hand-curated wisdom ...
 
The Nod tells the stories of Black life that don’t get told anywhere else, from an explanation of how purple drink became associated with Black culture to the story of how an interracial drag troupe traveled the nation in the 1940s. We celebrate the genius, the innovation, and the resilience that is so particular to being Black -- in America, and around the world.
 
Hi there! My podcast focuses on hope, community and resilience being the ways forward, and I'm pleased to say it has over 50000x downloads.) Debating these subjects and the context within which they sit has meant I've had some fascinating discussions with guests inc activists, creatives, writers, strategists, psychologists, lecturers, and futurists; who naturally illuminate their own life-stories and ongoing work. (Re: my background, I'm a researcher, public speaker and author. My first book ...
 
A changing climate presents humanity with only one option: adapt. Join your host, Doug Parsons for America's leading podcast on climate change - America Adapts! Each episode, Doug sits down with scientists, activists, policymakers, and journalists to discuss the tough questions facing this country and the world as we confront humanity's greatest challenge. Question your assumptions, refresh your perspective, and become part of the climate movement that will determine our planet's future, rig ...
 
Carmen Murray is the founder of Boo-Yah! a leading Modern Marketing Business that provides a number of initiatives to ensure businesses become Future Fit™. She is a marketing activist and torchbearer for Diversity and Inclusion and was recently recognised by Meltwater as the top Women in Tech, Africa, 2019. She received the most prestigious award, a Black Pixel, IAB Bookmarks 2019 for her best individual contribution to Digital, Africa 2019.
 
The Friend of a Friend Podcast introduces you to the next generation of luminaries. Hosted by entrepreneur and founder Olivia Perez, each episode will take you inside the minds of today’s up-and-comers and game changers - from brand builders, to personalities, activists, artists, and thought leaders from around the world - to hear their experiences, advice, and the real story behind their success. For more, follow Olivia on Instagram @livvperez and visit our website FriendofaFriend.US
 
Welcome to Pulp Nonfiction: The Paper and Packaging Podcast! We’re here to explore critical issues involving packaging and the circular economy. Our guests on Pulp Nonfiction are going to include everyone from artists and activists to manufacturers and middlemen to environmentalists and entrepreneurs to get their perspective on what they think are the most critical subjects regarding sustainability today. This podcast is brought to you by Sustana Fiber, a leading producer of FSC®-certified s ...
 
The internet runs the world, and we talk with the brilliant people behind the scenes who make it happen. Through conversations with software vendors, developers, entrepreneurs, and activists, we’ll dive into the web apps they run and how they’ve enriched people’s lives. Discover something new to power up your next world-changing project, building your confidence to deploy on Fridays. Hosted by Platform.sh: the end-to-end web platform for teams. PS: We deploy on Fridays! Join the discussion b ...
 
We are a podcast about global health and human rights. And right now, we are asking the tough questions about what a world with #COVID-19 looks like. Rapid, mass global #vaccination programs are needed - something never achieved in #globalpublichealth before. But who will be left behind? #Pandemics have upended #globalsecurity priorities and turned our lives upside down. What does this mean for #humanrights? What are the implications for epidemics, like, #HIV, #TB and #Malaria, that we have ...
 
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2nd Earth

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2nd Earth

Arthur Ebeling

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Exploring the nexus of science, technology and social evolution to realize a sustainable future. For better or worse, a new planet is emerging- it is the sum of our decisions that will characterize this future. Social entrepreneur Arthur Ebeling leads the discussion with fellow entrepreneurs, scientists, philosophers and social activists to build the vision for a 2nd Earth. Arthur Ebeling was a top 6 finalist in the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards sponsored by Mercedes Benz Financial and ...
 
Interviews with activists, social scientists, entrepreneurs and change-makers about the most effective strategies to expand humanity’s moral circle, with an emphasis on expanding the circle to farmed animals. Host Jamie Harris, a researcher at moral expansion think tank Sentience Institute, takes a deep dive with guests into advocacy strategies from political initiatives to corporate campaigns to technological innovation to consumer interventions, and discusses advocacy lessons from history, ...
 
This is a political podcast which centers around progressive values and leftism. A new episode will be released weekly and will consist of either myself, analyzing policies, or with guests discussing progressive ideas and policy-oriented discussions. We will also be incorporating change management methodology to the discussion so we can discover ways to win hearts and minds, thus moving towards a more human-centric global future.
 
If you want to understand how social scientists’ study human behaviour, how industry innovates or want to know more about how they can successfully work together and enhance each other, then you have come to the right place! Join our hosts as they engage with anthropologists, other researchers and industry specialists from all over the world. The discussions will be about their specific work in understanding people and how they apply that understanding to advance industry, scholarship and/or ...
 
NowThis Kids is an original podcast by NowThis that spotlights uplifting news and important issues for families. Each episode is dedicated to exploring the world around us and helping people quench their curiosity. Through positive news stories of courageous folks, we unpack the complex news cycle and give families the tools to talk with each other about the stories that matter most today. Look out for new episodes every Wednesday, hosted by activist Naomi Wadler and NowThis contributor Luri ...
 
The Art of Excellence is an in-depth interview-style podcast about people who have accomplished great things in their lives. The goal of the show is to deliver inspiring stories from ultra-successful entrepreneurs, athletes, entertainers, authors, thought leaders and anyone doing something extraordinary. We will explore the backgrounds, talent, work ethic, sacrifices, mental outlook and serendipity that led to their success.
 
Senior Housing Unfiltered highlights the impact makers and people making a difference in the senior housing industry. In an informal and relaxed way, Lloyd Jones Senior Living is conversing with all types of people-entrepreneurs, leaders, activists, and other heroes from the senior housing world, celebrities as well as hidden gems. It is a stripped-down dialogue with people across the industry who share their dreams, experiences, and how they make a difference every day to the people they se ...
 
Counter Culture is more than a radio show. Counter Culture is a call to action and a challenge for us to unite and build strong communities that will cultivate leaders who value human lives. Counter Culture is an all inclusive platform for everyone to share their opinions and beliefs in a non-judgmental atmosphere facilitated by a group of young activists. There is a misconception that youth and young adults don’t care about social issues. Counter Culture is here to correct that myth. Join u ...
 
54Lights is dedicated to elevating creative black voices through authentically told stories. We showcase Africans, the diaspora and allies of the great continent. Our mission is to showcase and (re)shape the brand that represents people of colour. Each episode is designed to introduce global audiences to culture creators (artists, musicians and innovators)...so that we can celebrate the diversity, texture and prowess of our people. Hosted by Kondwani Mwase
 
Join Erin Andrews, Executive Director of Impact Zero, as she talks her way through the circular economy world. Together, we'll talk to business leaders, entrepreneurs, researchers, activists and others who are working on sustainability and circular economy initiatives on the ground: together making the impossible, possible.
 
We're trans. We're here for a reason. We are a twin flame couple (both trans men) talking about our love, our life, the things that suck about the world, and the things that bring us joy (typically spirituality, art, gender, sexuality, lifestyle, & the list continues!). We seek to live from the heart and change the world by being our authentic selves and sharing stories from our every day lives, while sometimes interviewing our friends & fellow activists, artists, & healers. Trans* = all gen ...
 
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Food Can Fix It

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Food Can Fix It

EAT: The Science-Based Global Platform for Food System Transformation

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Food Can Fix It is a podcast produced by EAT as part of our mission to create a fair and sustainable global food system for healthy people, animals and planet. Our weekly interviews spotlight the work of activist chefs, visionary political leaders, socially responsible investors and groundbreaking entrepreneurs and scientists who are transforming the way we produce, consume and think about food. Tune in to hear about how children in Peru are being taught to like dark chocolate, how used tea ...
 
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Henley Business School

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Leading Edge is a series of podcasts that gets inside the heads of great leaders. Thomas Mason, business journalist is joined by some of Henley Business School’s leading academics to explore and challenge their approaches and perceptions of what successful leadership should and could look like.
 
Fashion and apparel. It touches nearly everyone. When its at its best, fashion and apparel is not only functional, but also fun, expressive, sexy, and for some businesses, very profitable. But when it is at its worst, fashion and apparel is superficial, exploitative, polluting and extremely wasteful - in other words the essence of unsustainable consumption. And while it is argued that the industry's rapid growth has created employment opportunities for more than 300 million people worldwide, ...
 
A Sustainable Mind is a podcast created for the earth-conscious individual, ecopreneur, environmental activist, sustainability enthusiast, grassroots organizer, minimalist, conscious consumer and the eco-curious. If you are looking to get inspired, motivated and take ACTION to be the change you want to see in the world you are in the right place. Delivered to you each week, Marjorie Alexander brings you environmental changemakers whose campaigns, companies and projects have changed the plane ...
 
In a world that is advancing faster than ever before, how can we ensure that tech is used as a force for good? How can we guarantee that developments in tech such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality and blockchain, are inspired by social need? In this podcast from Nominet Trust, presenter Adah Parris meets with the experts and activists to ask those all-important questions – and to share amazing stories of people using tech to change the world for the better. Nominet Trust is the U ...
 
The Colour Green is a new podcast from Julie’s Bicycle exploring the links between climate change, race, nature and social justice from the perspectives of people of colour in the UK.We are all stewards of our planet, but the effects of climate change are not shared equally. While it is people in the Global South and marginalised communities in the Global North who are the first to feel the impacts of environmental degradation, extreme weather events, food crop failure, and air pollution, th ...
 
The Inclusion Works podcast explores the secrets of building inclusive culture at work and in the community. We’ll be joined by leaders, experts and activists all working to bring fresh thinking to the inclusion debate. We’ll be asking those all-important questions to find out more about them, their work and how they make inclusion work. If you’re interested in driving change, accelerating diversity or simply finding ways to be more inclusive every day, then join us for Inclusion Works. Beca ...
 
Josh Hasten is the President of the Bar-Am Public Relations firm based in Jerusalem and the CAMERA organization's 2009 Letter Writer of the Year. He is the founder of LettersForIsrael.com, a service which gives pro-Israel advocates the opportunity to improve their chances of getting their ideas published in the media. Josh hosts the Reality Bytes podcast live every Thursday from 9:00 am - 11:00 am Israel time on Arutz Sheva - Israel National Radio.
 
The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, b ...
 
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Dr. Jacqui Lewis uses her gifts as an activist, author, preacher, and theologian to advocate for racial, gender, and economic equality.Her books include: Ten Essential Strategies for Becoming a Multiracial Congregation, The Power of Stories, You Are So Wonderful!, and her newest book, Fierce Love: A Bold Path to a Better Life and a Better World.Jaq…
 
This episode of 'The New Abnormal' features Brooklyn-based John Seabrook, a staff writer at The New Yorker since the 90's as well as being the author of a range of superb books including 'The Song Machine: Inside the Hit Factory' / 'Nobrow: The Culture of Marketing—The Marketing of Culture' / 'Deeper: My Two-Year Odyssey in Cyberspace / 'Flash of G…
 
Mary Gauthier is a folk singer/songwriter whose songs have quite literally saved her life. Writing music did not come easily to Gauthier. She began abusing drugs and alcohol as a young girl growing up in Louisiana. After years of struggling with addiction, Gauthier got clean at age 27 and began frequenting open mics around Boston. She released her …
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview the cultural strategist Amy Daroukakis, who "inspires teams, keep brands culturally relevant and re-imagines products, communication and design". She's worked across a wide range of sectors, including Retail (Target), Luxury (LVMH), Social (Facebook), Automotive (Hertz), Insurtech (Coya), FMCG (Danone…
 
Your values are on a wall in an unoccupied building. Now what?Today, Chantel Botha (CEO of Brand Love and Brand Warrior) brings her flamboyant personality and wise soul to share the years of cultural wisdom to shine a spotlight on what needs to happen to make "work happen" in the hybrid world. No BS, Facts! Managing Director at BrandLove | They are…
 
Michael’s new book How to Begin: Start Doing Something that Matters is now available at www.HowToBegin.com. ‘We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us,’ is a quote I often come back to. It reminds me that we’re creatures of the systems in which we exist. We are defined by our relationships, both inside and outside of work. The question I sit…
 
Welcome to the first of our career series episodes! Today, Liv answers your career questions submitted via the website. From how to start a new job to her best networking hack, she’ll share some anecdotes from her personal journey and reflect on the best advice she’s heard on the show. If you want to submit a question to be answered live on the sho…
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview Simon Armstrong, who has the incredibly enviable job of being the book buyer for The Tate. He's a fascinating individual, with a background across an array of leading-edge cultural positions. In this interview, he describes his journey from a working-class background in the North East, to running what…
 
The world’s governments will be coming together for 2 weeks to, hopefully, reach some kind of binding agreement that might give the world at least a fighting chance of preventing runaway climate change. There’s one problem though... On a planet where over half the population is female, the leadership team put together by the UK government, who are …
 
In the second of a two part series of America Adapts, Doug Parsons and Tulane Professor, Dr. Jesse Keenan complete their assessment of the Federal Climate Adaptation Plans. Jesse discusses the strengths and weaknesses of the remaining federal agencies’ plans. We also discuss National Adaptation Plans and the need for the United States to have one. …
 
In this episode, I interview Carsten Beck, who heads up research at the famous Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies (CIFS). I've known him for years, and we've given speeches together in various parts of the world over the last decade. He also kindly gave highly insightful quotes for my books. CIFS specialises in scenario planning and trend ana…
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview Sophy Roberts, journalist and author of 'The Lost Pianos of Siberia'. She focuses on travel stories in remote parts of the world, with a special interest in literature, history, culture and conversation. The ex-Travel Editor of The Economist and a Special Correspondent for Conde Nast Traveller, she sh…
 
Martin Raymond is an author, journalist and co-founder of The Future Laboratory - one of the world's most renowned futures consultancies. Established in 2000, they've worked with more than 1000 businesses in 50 countries. In this episode, we discuss his thinking around a wide range of areas, including journalism being 'the last refuge of the desper…
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal I interview Carl Ratcliff, who's just set-up his new consultancy 'This is the Day'. Prior to that, he was Chief Strategy Officer at DDB Group Australia, whilst other previous roles included being CEO of One Green Bean in Sydney, CEO of Naked Communications and MD of BWM Dentsu in Melbourne. (Back in the day, he wa…
 
I had a few nicknames growing up; Flat Stanier after the book series Flat Stanley, which was shortened to Flat Stan, and eventually, just Stan. One of my best friends through high school and university was also a ‘Michael,’ and one of his early nicknames was Davros, a villain from Doctor Who, but in the end, Michael Bachelard just became Bach. Mich…
 
Henry Gee is a paleontologist, senior editor at Nature and the author of several books, including Jacob’s Ladder, In Search of Deep Time, The Science of Middle-earth, and The Accidental Species. Paleontology lies on the border between biology and geology but differs from archaeology in that it excludes the study of anatomically modern humans.He has…
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview the writer, educator and consultant, Nilgin Yusuf. The ex-Creative Director of the School of Communication at London College of Fashion and a graduate of Central St Martins, she's also been a journalist of over 30 years, including being Fashion Editor of the Sunday Times. Nilgin is currently working o…
 
Michelle Zauner is the lead singer and creative force behind the indie, dream pop band, Japanese Breakfast. This year Zauner released a series of career-defining projects that propelled her band to widespread critical acclaim including her New York Times best-selling memoir, Crying In H Mart, and Japanese Breakfast's third and most ambitious album,…
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview Chris Sanderson, co-founder of The Future Laboratory, one of the world's most renowned futures consultancies. Via their unique blend of trend forecasting, consumer insights, foresight, brand strategy and innovation, they inspire and future-proof organisations. Clients include Louis Vuitton, Google, L'…
 
One of my first business trips was to Scotland, and it was more like a nightmare rather than a dream come true. I was there because a big soup company wanted me to come up with their next soup sub-brand, and we all know that good stuff happens by finding a way to sit down and talk to people. I could have used Susan Weinschenk’s help back then becau…
 
Zeke Hausfather is a climate scientist and energy systems analyst whose research focuses on observational temperature records, climate models, and mitigation technologies. He spent 10 years working as a data scientist and entrepreneur in the cleantech sector, where he was the lead data scientist at Essess, the chief scientist at C3.ai, and the cofo…
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Gary Cohen, Founder of Health Care Without Harm, an award-winning global non-profit seeking to create an environmentally-responsible health system. Winner of the MacArthur Foundation’s ‘Genius Grant’ for his work reducing the health industry’s pollution footprint, he says the COP26 UN C…
 
Author L. M. Sacasas talks about the life, thought, and legacy of the Catholic priest, philosopher, and social critic Ivan Illich with Peoples & Things host Lee Vinsel. Sacasas and Vinsel discuss Illich’s critiques of bureaucracy, technology, scale, and expertise and how these critiques apply to medicine, education, our credential society, and life…
 
Today we’re joined by Stuart Weitzman’s Chief Marketing Officer, Behnaz Ghahramani. Her resume in the business of fashion is extensive - she’s led strategy for prestigious brands like Gucci and Ralph Lauren, and then came her first C Suite executive job offer at the New York-based shoe brand. She also happened to be nine months pregnant at the time…
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview John Shaw, the Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer at Superunion 'a next-generation agency built on a spirit of creative optimism'. (His past roles inc being Chief Strategy Officer of WPP Team Red, Strategy & Planning Partner at Rapier, Regional Planning Director EAME / Joint Worldwide Planning Direct…
 
Everywhere, where you live included, has a patchwork of organisations of different sizes who are doing business and making things happen in a way that is not solely about the generation of profit, but about serving a larger social purpose. They might be called social enterprises, or socially-trading organisations, or all sorts of other things. Toda…
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal I interview Jen Urich, a marketing strategist and founder of Sparrow Strategy in Portland, Oregon. (She's also the ex-Group Planning Director of Wieden + Kennedy in Portland, ex-Director of Account Planning at Crispin, Porter + Bogusky in Miami, and Director of Account Planning at J. Walter Thompson Worldwide, in …
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal I interview Stephen Hayward, an anthropologist and historian. After completing his PhD at the Royal College of Art, he's worked as a consultant on a number of exhibitions, and has been published widely on design history and theory. For nearly twenty years, he's been responsible for the critical context element of …
 
This episode of #TheNewAbnormal features the multiple award-winning magazine editor and brand consultant Steve Beale, who's observed / written about / been part of leading-edge subcultures for many years. The ex-editor of the legendary Sleaze Nation, he then went on to write for an array of titles, including being Editor at Large of The Face and Se…
 
In Part 2, Dr. Brouwer examines hydrogen and fuel cell global markets/trends, discusses whether existing infrastructure could be used for hydrogen storage and provides policy recommendations for how hydrogen and fuel cell solutions can achieve widespread adoption.By Larta Institute
 
Dan Breznitz, author of the book Innovation in Real Places, Strategies for Prosperity in an Unforgiving World, and professor of public policy at the University of Toronto, talks about how innovation ought to be guided if it is to be successful in addressing our most pressing problems.By Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
Welcome to Pulp Nonfiction: The Paper and Packaging Podcast! November’s podcast guest is Julie Corbett, the Founder and former CEO of Ecologic Brands. Ecologic was acquired by Jabil Inc. in January 2021. She is a well known pioneer in the sustainable packaging space as the mastermind behind the world’s first commercial paper based bottle made of re…
 
Eileen Collins is a retired NASA astronaut and United States Air Force colonel. She was the first female pilot and first female commander of a Space Shuttle. Eileen has been recognized by Encyclopædia Britannica as one of the top 300 women in history who have changed the world. She has been inducted into the National Women's Hall Of Fame and the Un…
 
In this episode, I interview the dynamic Joanna Catalano. Her cv is daunting - President of Dentsu Aegis Network Asia Pacific / Board Member of WGI Worldwide / Advisor to Enrupt / the D&AD Impact Council / and President of the Female Founders - Singapore Chapter. Previously, she spent several years as a Regional Head at Google, and she has an MBA f…
 
Briefly, at The Australian National University, I was a member of AIESEC, an international group of economics students. There were good moments, but I eventually had the realisation that these weren’t really my people; they just didn’t have a similar lens on the world, to me. So, I assumed that all economists were the same, until a few years ago wh…
 
Get ready to start thinking more creatively and be more curious! Listen in to Guy Kawasaki interview Sarah Stein Greenberg on this week's Remarkable People podcast where they dig into design thinking and creativity.Sarah Stein Greenberg is the author of Creative Acts for Curious People: How to Think, Create, and Lead in Unconventional Ways and the …
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview Paul Kemp-Robertson, the co-founder of Contagious Communications and co-author of 'The Contagious Commandments'. To put it mildly, he has a very deep knowledge of the global marketing communications industry. A graduate of Goldsmiths, and the ex-worldwide director of creative resources for Leo Burnett…
 
For Colored Nerds is back! And to kick things off, Brittany and Eric sit down with actor Jay Ellis, who plays the most divisive character on Insecure — Lawrence. He told us all about his thoughts on Lawrence, what it’s meant to play such a controversial character, and what’s in store for the rest of Insecure’s fifth and final season. To get your we…
 
Justin Richmond shares the first chapter of a new book he's been working on with Malcolm Gladwell and Bruce Headlam. It’s called Miracle And Wonder, Conversations with Paul Simon. Download the audiobook today at miracleaudiobook.com and receive an exclusive listener's guide featuring additional commentary from Bruce Headlam and the producers of Mir…
 
In this episode of 'The New Abnormal' I interview the filmmaker, broadcast journalist and presenter Wyn Baptiste. He's currently senior producer of the hugely successful TV drama 'MTV Shuga' which, for anyone not in the know, is essentially an entertainment show with a message aimed at young people; with the action set in Nigeria, South Africa, Ken…
 
Where did we get this idea of ‘the youth will save us’? What a burden for them, and what a cop-out for us. Of course, young people can be brilliant, ambitious, and capable of extraordinary things … if we let them. However, we mustn’t forget that we, too, need to be a force for change. DeNora Getachew is the CEO of DoSomething.org, an organisation t…
 
Sociologist Juan Pablo Pardo-Guerra, a professor at University of California San Diego, talks about his book _Automating Finance: Infrastructures, Engineers, and the Making of Electronic Markets_ with Peoples & Things host Lee Vinsel. The book traces the long, largely anonymous, and in some senses boring history of how experts applied computers to …
 
Today we’re joined by tech entrepreneur Nick Greenfield. With a career spanning from being an original hire at Lyft to now the CEO of his own oral health care company Candid, Nick has built a name in the start up world as a master of delivering convenience though innovation. In this episode, Nick tells us his journey navigating the start up world a…
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview Teresa Havvas, an award-winning creative communication consultant and educator (inc UCA Business School, Westminster, University of the Arts London, Conde Nast College and the British School of Fashion) regarding her blend of brand expertise, design sensibility and applicable theory. Teresa is also th…
 
The decline of insect populations around the world has been nothing short of terrifying. Last year I visited a school in an intensive wine-producing region in France, and suggested to the kids that they might build an insect hotel, only to be told by the head teacher "we don't have any insects here". It has stayed with me ever since. So in today's …
 
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