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A Nobel prize winner; the iconic explorer who co-piloted the first ever round-the-world solar powered flight; one of the world’s most influential moral philosophers; Joe Biden’s deputy director for energy justice at the U.S. Department Of Energy; a world famous systems theorist; and inspirational UN leaders, are among the amazing guests to have appeared on Inside Ideas.

In each episode I take a deep dive with global changemakers like these, people who are shifting paradigms to move people and planet on to the right side of history as fast as possible.

These innovators, who are working across a range of fields, share insight on the mindsets and actions that can help tackle the world’s biggest problems. And in the process, they reveal ways that all of us can use our skills and knowledge to achieve personal dreams and support solutions that align with the 17 UN Global Goals

Next week’s show is a special on the European Innovation Area Summit, taking place in the European Parliament and online, between 27-30 June. My guest, Dr Roland Strauss, is the founder of the nonprofit behind the summit, Knowledge4Innovation, which sits at the crossroads between politics, businesses, startups, academia and wider society.

Subscribe to our YouTube channel to watch our exclusive interview with Dr Strauss; listen wherever you get your podcasts, follow us on Instagram, and sign up to the Innovators Magazine newsletter to get all the shows sent straight to your inbox.

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Marc is Editor-at-Large for Innovators Magazine and host of INSIDE IDEAS, his OnePoint5Media video podcast show. Marc is an official UN SDG Advocate, member of the World Economic Forum Expert Network, Resilient Futurist, and award-winning Global Food Reformist.


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