What will life be like in 2030?

What will life be like in 2030?

I am delighted to welcome back Professor Felix Dodds as my guest on the Inside Ideas podcast. An Adjunct Professor at the University of North Carolina and an Associate Fellow at the Tellus Institute, he was listed one of the world’s top 25 environmentalists ahead of...
Ride world’s first flying art car

Ride world’s first flying art car

Where we’re going, we don’t need roads, the iconic line from 1980s Hollywood blockbuster Back to the Future, could become the tagline for the future of domestic travel. Inventor Doc Brown’s words would certainly work well in an advert featuring the range of flying...
AI helps deliver new vaccine facility

AI helps deliver new vaccine facility

A Singapore-based biopharmaceutical has built a vaccine facility to fight COVID in just eight months using an AI-system that helps limit the number of human errors made during the construction phase. Prestige Biopharma, which has operations in Korea and America,...
How to make the economy work

How to make the economy work

Jenny Andersson is my guest today on Inside Ideas. A regenerative strategist, facilitator and educator, she harnesses the power of the collective intelligence of organisations and communities to help them create the futures they want. The power of the collective...
New turbines work in typhoon winds

New turbines work in typhoon winds

Japan experiences dozens of typhoons annually, and with climate change predicted to push this number higher, establishing a wind energy sector in the country is a challenging one. But Japanese startup, Challenergy, is working to lead the way using innovative wind...