What do sustainability champions most want, to make better emotional impact?
In this micro series of interviews, taken from a special episode of the research cast, I meet changemakers to listen to a few insights and ask them this question.
In an era of crisis and transition, what are social impact leads most wishing they could do where they are right now, to connect more people to the possibilities of a green revolution?
Every Monday for five weeks, I listened to different responses from people working in the field now, in a variety of roles around the world. Their testimonies added up to a real insight into making deeper connections with partners and audiences. Below you watch all five short introductions to our conversations, and here can listen to a full special episode of Unsee The Future combining their thoughts into a conclusion.
EP01: Jesse Rittenhouse
Here, the bloke from Momo talks with the Vice President of Strategy at sustainable buildings experts The Spinnaker Group, based in West Palm Beach, Florida.
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EP02: Eller Everett
Here, the bloke from Momo talks with the Barcelona-based co-founder of social impact technology and design company Both Of Us Limited.
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EP03: Iain Groark
Here, the bloke from Momo talks with the Yorkshire-based independent sustainability consultant.
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EP04: Anna Frizzell
Here, the bloke from Momo talks with the Sustainability Manager of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, whose headquarters are in Dorset.
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EP05: Mathy Stanislaus
Here, the bloke from Momo talks with the DC-based director the Global Battery Alliance for the World Economic Forum and former senior advisor to the Obama administration.
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