This bundle is all about innovation, spotlighting conversations we’ve had with pioneers and change-makers in environmental, educational, health and entrepreneurial fields.
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In our special climate change issue, we sit down with environmental forerunner Tim Smit, heralded for his work on the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project, climate conversation starter Katerina Gaita and author Paul Hawken, whose book Drawdown provides concrete solutions to global warming. Eco-friendly champions Tim Silverwood and Amelia Telford also feature.
We chat with Tim Urban, the man behind the charming blog Wait but Why, which challenges us to think big, as well as Byron Bay innovator Cedar Anderson, who created a multi-million dollar beehive sensation. Trailblazers Tim Winton, Hana Assafiri and Helle Thorning-Schmidt also appear across this issue.
In this issue we speak to That Sugar Film’s Damon Gameau as he embarked on his latest challenge to improve our country’s future. Meanwhile, environmentalist George Monbiot teaches us to look to nature to reverse manmade destruction. We also hear from Eden Riley, Sarah Kay and Kabu Okai-Davies.
Seth Godin has revolutionised education—his 17 books focus on the way ideas spread and demonstrate how mainstream school can be better harnessed to inspire creativity and improve society. We also showcase the extraordinary Jane Goodall, Bunker Roy, Farah Mohamed and Bart Houlahan.