Marc Buckley’s new OnePoint5Media + Innovators Magazine podcast Inside Ideas launched recently. Marc is an official UN SDG Advocate, member of the World Economic Forum Expert Network, and award-winning Global Food Reformist. On Inside Ideas, he talks with the game-changers on a mission to move us on to the right side of history as fast as possible.
After his first show with John Strelecky, he said: “I had the privilege and honour of having a purposeful deep dive discussion with bestselling author John P. Strelecky, an adventurer who has backpacked around the world several times. This discussion kicks off my new OnePoint5 Media and Innovators Magazine show Inside Ideas where I will have purposeful discussions with Inspiring Global Citizens.”
Marc’s first four shows with John, Carolyn Steel, Jenny Kleeman and Tamás Dávid-Barrett are all available on YouTube. You can also listen wherever you get your podcast, and follow the show on Instagram and Facebook.
Our next few pages are dedicated to the interviews with these fab four. Read on.
Coming soon on Inside Ideas
Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim
Environmental activist and member of Chad’s pastoralist Mbororo community, Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim began advocating for Indigenous rights and environmental protection at age 16, founding the Association for Indigenous Women and Peoples of Chad (AFPAT) to introduce new income revenue activities for women and collaborative tools such as 3D participatory mapping to build sustainable ecosystems management and reduction of nature-based resource conflicts. Her vision is to grow support for both traditional knowledge and science to improve resilience to climate change especially for rural communities.
Ibrahim’s work with indigenous communities at the local and global level has achieved broad recognition and support including, the Pritzker Emerging Environmental Genius Award, the Daniel Mitterrand Prize, appointment as a UN Sustainable Development Goals Advocate, Conservation International board member and Lui-Walton Senior Fellow, EAT advisory board member and National Geographic Explorer. She was recognized by BBC as a top 100 women leader and by TIME’s Women Leaders in Climate Change. Her TED talk on Indigenous knowledge meets science to solve climate change has surpassed more than 1 million views.
Ms. Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim, Coordinator of the Association for Indigenous Women and Peoples of Chad, addresses the SC. Security Council meeting – Peace and security in Africa. Challenges in the Sahel region.