Connect with us

Subscribe

Photo by Souvik Banerjee on Unsplash

Editor's Picks

Follow this instagram account for a better life

The future doesn’t always get the best of write ups. Of course, the climate crisis and COVID pandemic don’t make for the most uplifting storylines, but the unfolding story of the future shouldn’t have people hiding behind their sofas.

Because ultimately the future is still ours to write together – and we can make it a good one, a just one, and a sustainable one that works all. Yes, the prevailing dystopian narratives can make it seem natural to poo poo such statements… but it’s true.

And at Innovators Magazine and on the Inside Ideas podcast with Marc Buckley, it is this desirable future that is the main protagonist. And there is clean meat on the metaphorical bones here. Because the guests on Inside Ideas are some of the innovators, scientists, philosophers, policymakers, entrepreneurs and visionaries taking the story of the future in the direction we all want it to go.

A direction of travel you can follow – and be part of – by watching the show on the Inside Ideas YouTube channel, or listening wherever you get your podcasts. And you really should follow the Inside Ideas instagram account curated by Paula Maultasch, the creative Executive Producer of Inside Ideas, because it will put a spring in your step when you think about the future.

And make sure to sign up to our newsletter to get all the very best of our content straight to your inbox.

Newsletter Signup

Written By

Iain is an experienced writer, journalist and lecturer, who held editorships with a number of business focussed publications before co-founding and becoming editor of Innovators Magazine. Iain is also the strategic director for OnePoint5Media.

Advertisement
Advertisement

New €7M fund launches to support data-driven climate solutions in Europe

Editor's Picks

What happens when work doesn’t feel like work?

Editor's Picks

Calling all female entrepreneurs in the EU

Editor's Picks

How data is helping Berlin move in carbon-free ways

Editor's Picks

Connect
Newsletter Signup