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Sense-making in a Changing World

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Sense-making in a Changing World

Morag Gamble: Permaculture Education Institute

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Join Morag Gamble, global permaculture ambassador, in conversation with leading ecological thinkers, activists, authors, designers and practitioners to explore 'What Now?' - what is the kind of thinking we need to navigate a positive and regenerative way forward, what does a thriving one-planet way of life look like, where should we putting our energy. In this changing world and in challenging times, we offer these voices of clarity and common sense.
 
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A collection of inspiring stories and big ideas on how to solve complex problems and create a better and more sustainable future, with design. For people, businesses, organizations, and society. Hear designers in conversation with some of the most interesting, optimistic, daring people working in design or design-related fields right now. Talking about what matters to them (and all of us), and how they see the value of design. All of it fuelled by curiosity and driven by our obsession with p ...
 
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Watch a video of this episode on Conrad's YouTube channel: Conrad is a mobility and climate activist with an international academic and professional background in urban and transport planning, engineering and design across Africa, Asia, Europe, North America and the Middle East. His experiences span the transport spectrum – he has worked on traditi…
 
Scott is an activist, architectural designer, educator and writer. Disgruntled with the lack of focus on sustainability and climate change within architectural education, Scott began the Anthropocene Architecture School, which fuses architectural education, climate literacies and sustainable design - utilising activist media strategies and educatio…
 
In this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World, I am joined by quite a different guest than you will usually find on this show to explore something that will have enormous implications for our life and work - Artificial Intelligence (AI) - and already does. Mo Gowdat is author of Scary Smart: The Future of Artificial Intelligence and How You C…
 
What challenges and pitfalls might we encounter along the way of transformation? And how might we deal with those challenges? We reached out to various digital leaders from the field of innovation to see what they think. From bringing stakeholders together on the same page, to overcoming cultural challenges, and setting up the transformation scene …
 
In this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World I am joined by the legendary Darren Doherty - a 5th generation land manager and trainer from the Bendigo region of Victoria, Australia. He's developed his own regenerative farming training platform, the Regrarians (Regenerative + Agrarian), inspired by many practices including PA Yeoman's Keyline …
 
Ran Boydell has studied and practised architecture in the UK and his native Australia for over three decades, with particular emphasis on sustainability, heritage, and rural architecture. Today, Ran is passionate about delivering on zero-carbon targets, implementing the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and working across disciplines and industry s…
 
In this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World it is my honour and delight to be speaking with a giant in the world of design, Professor Janis Birkeland. Janis has dedicated her personal, professional and academic life to figuring out what is genuine ecological and social sustainability and how we can work towards it. She was drawn to explorin…
 
In this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World, I am delighted to share with you a conversation I had recently with the wonderfully insightful artist, writer and researcher, Christina Conklin exploring the impact of the climate crisis on our oceans and cities around the world, and the possibilities for hope. Christina and co-author, Marina Psa…
 
Dr Hossein Sadri is concerned with making the planet a better place to live and works as an activist, designer, writer, and teacher to create this change. He is the co-founder of De-Urban Design Studio; the design laboratory that reimagines human settlements as ethical, ecological, and equitable living habitats. He also teaches architecture at Cove…
 
Do you have the courage to change your business model and strategy? To really challenge the status quo, you need to spend some time and energy on radical areas as well as be efficient with your existing business model. This episode features AJ Boelens, Managing Director at Innovation Connected and leading practitioner for customer-centric strategy …
 
Join me in this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World, as I chat with Hannah Maloney - Nipaluna/Hobart-based permaculture writer, designer, educator, film-maker and change-maker who has just released her first book, The Good Life: How to Grow a Better World - a positive book about how our everyday actions and decisions can be significant clim…
 
I am so delighted to welcome Dr Dominique Hes to the Sense-Making in a Changing World Show. In this episode we explore what it means to design for life to thrive and deeply listen to Country in the face of multiple crises. Dominique is an award winning educator with over 25 years of experience in universities, communities and professional organisat…
 
Balazs is founder of Green Urbanics, marketplace and blog for innovative, nature-based, urban sustainability solutions. He has a long career in business development and innovation, but with a background in ecology. His mission is to support regenerative businesses and bring the best solutions to city governments so they can quickly deploy them and …
 
Being in service of a regenerative future is what shapes Trish Hansen's choices and decisions about the projects and collaborations she puts her energy into. It is my great delight to welcome Trish to the Sense-Making in a Changing World show. Trish is a prominent thought leader in the fields of creative health and wellbeing, the creative and cultu…
 
My wonderful guest on this episode is a 2021 Kofi Annan Changemaker, a Ugandan permaculture gardener and educator living in near the capital city of Kampala, Irene Nagudi. Through this work she is also a peacemaker, climate activist and conservation educator. She dreams of starting a permaculture education farm outside of the city to give youth a f…
 
How can we rethink, rework and retell plastics? "Anyone who is getting active in this field has to go into uncharted territory basically. Do stuff that's not been done before. And fail of course." Fridolin from HolyPoly joins us for an in-depth conversation around the circular economy and its challenges and the sustainability transformation that co…
 
Nadina is an ecological engineer, technologist, and entrepreneur dedicated to working with urban ecologists and planners to apply today’s technology to improve urban ecosystems for future generations of city dwellers. She also runs an excellent podcast called the Internet of Nature, which I highly recommend. In this episode we talk about: What is t…
 
It is my great pleasure to welcome Ross William to the Sense-making in a Changing World show. Ross, who's traditional name is 'Tummulba' means lightning, is a proud Bindal person of Townsville to Burdekin regions (on his father’s side). Bindal people are star people. On his mother’s side he is connected to the Islands and peoples of Erub and Mer Is…
 
How do you communicate big ideas that stick and spread in local communities? Listen in. Sustainability communication is one of the many talents of my guest on this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World, Chhaya Bhanti. Chhaya is the Founder and Director of Vertiver- a women-owned, Indian social enterprise full of designers, storytellers, artis…
 
Dr Brian O'Ceallaigh is a clinical psychologist working for the national health service in England and he also happens to be my brother. I sat down with him to discuss how climate anxiety and climate despair are perfectly healthy responses to the crisis we are facing and how you can manage these feelings through positive action, acceptance and mind…
 
"You need to have a hunting attitude, a business entrepreneurial attitude. You're going to need that growth mindset. Then you can really take the opportunities of digitalization." Learn more about what it takes to drive digitalization from Thomas Gottschalk, Head of Digital at BASF Performance Chemicals. Find out how BASF as a large established cor…
 
In this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World it is my delight to share with you this conversation with Juan Jose Lugo Bernal from Quito, Ecuador from Pangea Regenera. Juan and I met through the Ecoversities program of Re-imagining Higher Education . He recently recorded an interview with me about my work - you can listen here - and we then r…
 
Welcome to this wonderful conversation on the 50th podcast episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World hosted the Permaculture Education Institute. I am joined by two wonderful permaculture educators and designers from the AgroPermaLab in Poland - co-founder/, Joanna Bojczewska and urban gardener/educator/activist Klaudia Kryńska - both social anth…
 
This episode is a conversation with Alice Schmidt. Alice is an advisor, advocate and author on global sustainability & social transformation. Amongst other things, she is an adviser to organisations like the European Commission and Extinction Rebellion and lectures at Vienna University. She is the author of a new book, The Sustainability Puzzle, wh…
 
There's a new generation of farmers emerging around the world - changing the narratives, the ways of growing food, the way of being in connection with the land, the food system itself. Here in Australia, Joel Orchard, founder and coordinator of Young Farmers Connect. Young Farmers Connect is a not for profit organisation setting out to support youn…
 
What does it mean to live your life as a professional in the world of permaculture? There are many ways of course, and in this episode I am delighted to welcome Andy Goldring to the Sense-Making in a Changing World podcast to share his story. Since 1999, Andy has been the CEO and Coordinator of Permaculture Association (UK) . He has dedicated his w…
 
This is the first episode in an ongoing series exploring the work of London National Park City Rangers. I go 'in the field' to to meet Rangers Luke Newcombe and Charles Linton in Wood Green, North London, to see some urban greening interventions first hand: Green public space at Wood Green Library Green roofs The borough's first Parklet/Pocket Park…
 
What do you think should be the first step on any transformation journey? In this special episode, we compiled statements from various digital leaders to find out what they see as the very first step on such a journey. From aligning on the vision to considering the cultural basis - listen for yourself to learn more.…
 
It is my delight to welcome Artist as Family to the Sense-making in a Changing World podcast. You can follow Artist as Family as they head off on their new cycling adventures around Australia here, watch their wonderful series of practical videos on Youtube, and feel great inspiration from their Instagram sharings. Artist as Family are Meg Ulman, P…
 
Drivers, carers, babysitters, professional nannies, cleaners and many other workers are now, more than ever before, using online marketplaces to find jobs. Often using an app. But the conditions they work under are not equal around the world. In fact, in a worrying development, an increasing number of companies see value in avoiding traditional emp…
 
It is my absolute pleasure to welcome my friend, Scott Williams, UN Advisor, author, marathon runner, Warm Data host and explorer of right relationship to the Sense-making in a Changing World Show. Scott is a fellow Australian who is based in Geneva, Switzerland. He is fully immersed in the world of nurturing transformational and regenerative devel…
 
An introduction to the concept of Systems Thinking and how it is essential for understanding and taking action on climate change. This episode is inspired by the book Thinking in Systems by Donella Meadows. It covers: What is Systems Thinking? How to get started thinking in systems System structure - stocks, flows and loops Leverage points for chan…
 
What are the biggest do's and don'ts in corporate venture building? And how can you manage to build a venture in a completely new industry? This episode features Antonio DeLorenzo, Head of ING Labs Singapore, as he talks about his experience from venture building to corporate venture building, along the journey of Kapsool. This digital maritime sol…
 
Join me in conversation this week on the Sense-Making in a Changing World podcast with fellow permaculture educator, Caroline Aitken who lives on the edge of Dartmoor in England. For the past couple of years, Caroline has led the development of the first ever regenerative food and farming undergraduate and Masters program in the UK, and it has just…
 
Join me and Dr Millie Rooney as we dive into her explorations of the kinds of future people want and the new stories people are imagining. Millie is the National Coordinator for Australia reMADE, a vision-based collaboration of everyday people and community leaders working to build a country where people and planet come first. As a kid she spent ho…
 
Looking for a step-by-step guide to transforming organizations? While there are many factors influencing this process, we talked to a leader who successfully helps transform companies using Business Model Innovation: Denis Oakley, Head of Business Model Innovation at Denis Oakley & Co: www.denis-oakley.com Tune in to this episode to find out more a…
 
I had such fun with this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World. I am joined by my great friend Suzie Cahn, a leader from the Irish permaculture world and active in permaculture education globally. She is an adventurous teacher who's worked with communities from Mongolia to Belize. Back in 2008, Suzie and her husband Mike established Carraig D…
 
In this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World, I am excited to share with you my conversation with one-acre permaculture farmer, Brett Cooper from Limestone Permaculture in Stroud, NSW. Brett and his family moved from the city and busy full time jobs and health issues to this country property. They now source their entire income from their be…
 
Today's episode is a conversation with Arthur Kay, Founder and CEO of Skyroom and Bio Bean, and Chair of the Key Workers Homes Fund. Skyroom is an award-winning technology and urban development company which delivers precision-manufactured homes in the airspace above existing buildings. Their mission is to improve the lives of key workers by delive…
 
What is most important to consider before embarking on a transformation journey? We reached out to various digital leaders to find out more about their views. Should we first align on our objectives? Or explain the journey's impact on the organization and the teams? Or choose a completely different approach? Tune into this episode to get inspired b…
 
My guest in this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World is Brisbane-based author, Geoff Ebbs. His latest book is Your Life, Your Planet published by Australian Geographic. Over the decades as a dedicated environmental activist, he has many ways of explored ways of being a change-maker - politician, comedian, lecturer, author, engineer, actor, …
 
It is my absolute delight to welcome Jonathan Dawson to the Sense-Making in a Changing World show. Jonathan is Program Lead of the Masters of Regenerative Economics at Schumacher College in England. Jonathan & I met many years ago here at Crystal Waters Ecovillage visiting with my friend, Amanda Cahill CEO, The Next Economy. Jonathon was for many y…
 
How can corporate ventures become active in the field of zero-carbon transition? We talked to Marie Cheong from ENGIE Factory about all things sustainability in corporate innovation. Marie works with founders to build new ventures in energy efficiency, smart cities, green mobility, and renewable energy. In this episode, she guides us through corpor…
 
In this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World, it is my delight to welcome Dr Pavel Cenkl, Head of Schumacher College and Director of Learning at Dartington. We talk about the kind of higher education we need in the world today, and explore the innovative and immersive programs offered at the College - from Holistic Science, Regenerative Food…
 
In this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World, it is my delight to welcome Willow Berzin - a wonderfully creative designer & thinker, and founder & chief assembler of the Coalition of Everyone. Through this she brings people together to hold conversations that renew trust, disrupt the politics of fear and build a politics of hope. Her key foc…
 
It is my pleasure to share with you this Sense-making in a Changing World conversation with Dr Brian von Herzen, the executive director at Climate Foundation, initiator of the marine permaculture movement and member of the Permaculture Education Institute. Marine permaculture has been featured on the 2040 Movie and in Paul Hawken's latest book, Dra…
 
Jake is Sustainable Design Advisor at Hawkins\Brown where he led the development of the free open-source Hawkins Brown Emissions Reduction Tool, also referred to as H\B:ERT, which is a whole life carbon calculation tool. Jake works across all project stages; developing and reviewing key sustainability strategies and targets. His work is at the boun…
 
“A startup journey is a rollercoaster life.” Chris Eberl, Co-Founder of RelaxTax, takes us behind the scenes of launching a startup fully remote during the COVID-19 pandemic, in a very conservative industry. Starting as a side hustle, he takes us from the initial idea to the successful launch of the user-centric app that revolutionizes the tax indu…
 
This week I had the great pleasure of talking with highly sought-after farmland restoration and rehydration expert, Natural Sequence Farmer, Stuart Andrews about what we need to be doing to restore Australian farming landscapes, ecosystems and food systems. We also explore the close connection between Natural Sequence Farming and Permaculture. Ther…
 
It is my great pleasure to welcome Dr Michelle Maloney to Sense-Making in A Changing World. I've known and worked Michelle for years and deeply respect her clarity and commitment to the earth. Michelle is widely known as an Earth Laws (Peaceful) Warrior . She is an extraordinary connector of changemakers and host of wide-reaching networks and chall…
 
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