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What will it take to create a sustainable world? Sustainable: The Podcast aims to help change the story humanity has that not enough is being done. We share stories of those who are taking positive action to address the complex challenges we collectively face in our transition to a sustainable world. Our global audience consists of entrepreneurs, CEO’s, professionals, business owners and the general public who are looking to find inspiring action that helps create a sustainable world.
 
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How is white supremacy a symptom of systemic decline? It's a big question but it's one that Nafeez Ahmed, executive director of System Shift Lab, is happy to answer. He says the "othering" of people or communities can often be the result of crisis or instability -- a clash between world views. The mainstreaming of far-right, xenophobic discourses i…
 
Why are diverse leadership approaches needed as we transition to a sustainable world? Dave Stewart, founder of The Fresh Air Leadership Company, explains that all transformations throw up complex problems and opportunities that require different ways of thinking. Dave calls most current leaders "one-trick ponies" and points out that evolving to a s…
 
How can we address increasing skepticism around sustainability in business following Covid-19? Kevin Wilhelm, CEO of Sustainable Business Consulting and author of How To Talk To The Other Side, explains how "peeling back the onion layers" of skepticism can help understand its cause, and help find common ground. Once common ground is identified, con…
 
What does it mean for an organisation to be "sustainable"? Linda Midgley, SDG lead at PwC Europe, defines sustainability as being futureproof -- ensuring a business is flexible, adaptable and successful in the long term. Linda explains the role of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals in uniting governments and businesses globally in the conversat…
 
Paul Adderley, of consultancy firm Beyond Green, explains how sustainability is not just about resilience but also about dependency — on natural resources, on markets, on consumers and even on competitors. Beyond Green helps businesses understand the value of all of their assets – including people, infrastructures, customers and suppliers – and sho…
 
How do we find the truth, in a chaotic world which bombards us with information? In a break from the norm, Tabitha Jayne is joined by two guests in this podcast edition: Jules Wyman, of JulesWyman.com, and Fiona Scrase, of Action Learning Centre. They discuss how to navigate bias, cope with uncertainty, engage in conversation and form an understand…
 
What are the added benefits of solar farms for business and planet? Rob Davis, a director at Fresh Energy, shares some important facts about the role of pollinating insects in food sustainability; and how creating pollinator-friendly areas under solar arrays can have a huge positive impact on crop production, clean air, the environment... and busin…
 
What is the value of football in uniting communities? Danny Bisland, national club grow manager with the Scottish Football Association, explains how studies done in conjunction with UEFA have shown the true economic value of the sport. But Danny also reveals the power of football in uniting communities, and how the sport's reach among those who lov…
 
Why should investors plough their funding into a circular economy? Because, says Bridget Croke, managing director at investment firm Closed Loop Partners, a company report reviewing 60 advanced recycling businesses showed there is tremendous opportunity – both economically and environmentally – to repeatedly turn plastic into new materials, instead…
 
What is a wellbeing economy, and how will it help global markets as we emerge from Covid-19? Katherine Trebeck, advocacy and influencing lead at Wellbeing Economy Alliance Scotland, explains that returning to "business as usual" will be disastrous for people and planet. A thrust for economic growth will see a return to austerity that will only hurt…
 
What do conspiracy theories have to do with a sustainable future? Tabitha Jayne, director and lead coach of EarthSelf, looks at the logic behind conspiracy theories, and why people turn to them in times of chaos. She shows how the unexpected rationale behind such ideas can be harnessed to forge a path to the kind of sustainable world we would all w…
 
Mike Elm's New Story Ride initiative sees him cycling through Europe and Asia to find the new story of how humanity can prosper in the 21st century. From visiting car-free Croatian islands and meeting a permaculture garden engineer, to being impressed by one man's bike-cum-music stage and welcomed into the home of complete strangers, Mike is findin…
 
Jean Claude Pierre, former CEO of Scott Bader, shares how he has used Chinese wisdom to build better business. Referring to the concept of wu wei, he emphasises the importance of "inaction" – of waiting for the right time and place before making decisions. Through dialogue, conversation and collaboration, a business can be built with sustainability…
 
Professor Peter Hawkins, director of Renewal Associates, explains how ecological coaching can make leadership fit for the 21st century – by bringing ecology into the boardroom, quite literally. By reframing the relationship between stakeholders, from customers and coaches, to partners, leaders can move from eco anxiety to being eco informed. Then t…
 
Tabitha Jayne, director and lead coach at EarthSelf, explains why coaching with nature is essential for the 21st century. Coaching with nature will make individuals and teams resilient and adaptable, and lead to sustainable, cost effective and resilient businesses; ones that are aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.…
 
Brian Keane, CEO and co-founder of WeeGreen, describes how the business's digital platform taps into neighbours' relationships to spread the word of eco living. Through word-of-mouth recommendation, and the concept of trust, WeeGreen has successfully boosted residential solar installationsBy Tabitha Jayne
 
Jason Gregory, CEO and co-founder of EnergyRM, explains the concept of deep energy efficiency and how the company's software can analyse commercial buildings' energy usage. The DataMeter software can show landlords and property owners where the energy imbalance in a building is, and incentivise investment in more energy-efficient and sustainable re…
 
Former computer scientist Henrietta Kekäläinen co-founded Carbo Culture to find a way of converting biomass waste into a high purity carbon; hacking Earth's natural carbon cycle to take down carbon from the atmosphere, secure it, nourish soil and crops, and reduce greenhouse gases and global warming.…
 
Technology and social entrepreneur Traver Kennedy explains the work of diagnostics company Aviana in repurposing technology developed for NASA to diagnose illnesses including Covid-19. He believes that, with better testing, the ability to self-diagnose with easy-to-use technology will lower healthcare costs and protect healthcare workers.…
 
Charly Cox launched Climate Change Coaches to help people use joy to move from disempowerment to capability. To make individuals feel empowered in the face of climate change. She works with business and organisations to help them transition to sustainability. She also trains people how to self-coach, reframing the impossible as easy.…
 
Flooglebinder co-founder Brad Frankel found that sending students to work in communities abroad made a huge positive impact on their mental wellbeing. Working sustainably, and with nature, helps improve personal development, and also reconnects people with nature. Making those connections with nature also helps reduce carbon footprints and changes …
 
SEVENTEENx founder Mick Hase is passionate about providing a platform for the people making change. The SEVENTEENx speaker events highlight those unheard of, purpose-driven SMEs and small businesses with a desire for sustainability at their core. He unites a global community of engaged businesses and people in conversation with one other. Travellin…
 
Colin McIntosh, founder and CEO of start-up Sheets & Giggles, took an organic route to sustainability by first building the perfect business model. He made sure he understood what consumers wanted and how his brand would be a financial success, before thinking about the product. He also focused on ecology and a social conscience. Sheets & Giggles i…
 
Tabitha Jayne, EarthSelf director and lead coach, talks about how to coach with nature, and breaks NATURE down into an acronym: Nature connection, Adaptability, Transformative coaching skillset, Understanding of how nature impacts humans, Recognition of human/nature relationship, Evidence base. Simplifying how to coach with nature allows coaches to…
 
Gina Lee, founder of Upcyclers Network, tells Tabitha Jayne at Sustainable: The Podcast how recycling and reusing materials can save not only money but also the planet. Avoiding extracting virgin resources cuts the environmental impact on the planet. Upcycling creates manufacturing jobs. Emphasising the positive benefits of recycling will make it a…
 
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