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The goal of Rewilding Earth podcast is to highlight the work of the people involved in saving nature’s building blocks, whether they be intact wilderness or key corridors and buffers surrounding wilderness, as well as people invested in protecting and reintroducing extirpated species to these areas. You’ll hear from conservation biologists, activists, naturalists, organizers, artists, and authors as we interview key players in the fight to Rewild Planet Earth.
 
Delve into topical issues in zoology, conservation and the environment, from saving species and protecting the planet, to finding out about the animals living across the globe, including in London’s own river Thames. Learn more about the science behind the conservation work being done by ZSL and others, in this podcast from ZSL’s Institute of Zoology. Hosted by Dr Monni Böhm.
 
Planet Pod - From politicians to protesters, scientists to entrepreneurs, we talk to the peoplebehind the headlines.We are in a climate emergency. What can we do to protect our planet? At Planet Pod we believe that the first step is to take action, every small step adds up to change. We aim to share ideas and knowledge to help us all live more sustainable lives. Together we can make great strides towards halting climate change and making a difference, but the time to act is now.Planet Pod is ...
 
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Cool interview by Jamil with English graffiti legend Darren Cullen aka SER Graffiti Artist Darren Cullen aka SER from South London began his graffiti career way back in 1983 aged 10 years old, at the very birth of British graffiti. His path in graffiti started like many graffiti artists with the birth of hip-hop culture in the early 80s. Exploring …
 
Amir Najib interviews Elaine Hoey, who is a new media artist who bases her work around various technology such as, virtual reality and interactive art. She also teaches at the National College of Art and Design. Her work has been subject to many awards such as, the R.C. Lewis-Crosby award in 2017 and the Taylor Art Award in 2016. In this interview,…
 
Jamil talks with Mike McGlone in a really interesting overview of the crypto space. Mike McGlone Bloomberg Intelligence - Senior Commodity Strategist Mike McGlone is a senior commodity strategist for Bloomberg Intelligence, a unique research platform that provides context on industries, companies, and government policy, available on the Bloomberg P…
 
The current COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the way we work changing, as remote working is now the norm. This has also resulted in more cyber attacks and also deepfakes becoming more prevalent. So what are these cyber attacks and what are deep fakes? Sarah Hipkin head of technology consulting at Mazars talks about this and more. Sarah talks to Ro…
 
In 2020, U.S. VC firms deployed a vast amount of capital, but not only did the portion of funds to female founders dropped, so did the funding to female-led startups. As the impact of the COVID-19 continues to be felt, closing the global gender gap has also increased by a generation from 99.5 years to 135.6 years, according to the World Economic Fo…
 
In this interview Irish Tech News speaks to Stephen Brennan about the R&D Tax Credit, including what makes a project worth claiming and the nature of R&D. They also discuss current technology trends, including Deep Learning, the ethics of AI and how science and technology as we know it might change with the introduction of Quantum computing and the…
 
We catch up with Aidan to discuss his new book Undisruptable, and what it means for our future work experiences and our journeys in life. Aidan McCullen is the author ‘Undisruptable’. Mental Agility Coach, Workshops & Public Speaker on Change, Innovation, Mindset. Host Innovation Show. Lecture Trinity College. Board of National Broadband Ireland. h…
 
We catch up with Scott Taylor to learn more about his data whispering skills and insights. More about Scott via his Linkedin page -> https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottmztaylor/ Let me help you TELL YOUR DATA STORY I can be your voice for Data Management Partnering with Enterprises and innovative Data Brands that want to change the nature of data man…
 
Privacy is one of the most compelling conditions to attract our attention right now. An unalienable right, it has been nevertheless eroded in the digital age where, through a combination of feckless sharing and avaricious harvesting of data, there is a thin line between who we are and what we share. Flippant argument in the form of ‘what have you t…
 
Eva and Justin were guests of podcast 44 [https://accidentalgods.life/re-democratising-democracy/] - in which we explored the links between personal and collective trauma -and they outlined the work they were doing in Scotland to build towards a constitutional convention that would help to weave new democratic structures for an independent Scotland…
 
We caught up with Pia Stavrianos, who has just completed a 4 month marketing internship with Irish Tech News Pia is a 3rd year business in marketing student at MTU currently interning with Irish Tech News. She is interested in all things creative such as writing and graphic design. Working closely in building up social media platforms and putting h…
 
The European Parliament is bringing in new AI regulations that will be a world first and will also be passing ePrivacy regulations. But should we be worried about AI and how important will AI ethics be? Ronan talks to Enza Iannopollo a senior analyst in the Security & Risk team at Forrester, a global research and advisory firm Enza talks about her …
 
Eoin Costello is the Digital Champion for Small Businesses at DigitalHQ clg. He is an expert trainer in digital marketing, social media and digital productivity tools delivering programmes for DLR LEO and Accelerate. As former CEO of Startup Ireland clg he rapidly built the new organisation’s impact through digital channels (Twitter followers from …
 
Jamil catches up with Leigh Cuen, to cover the launch of Des Femmes Magazine, which is an annual magazine for women who are thriving at the intersection of tech and finance. We discuss the need for more women to join crypto not just because of gender equality but because building a diverse workforce fosters innovation. The magazine project is led b…
 
Paul Green was born in Guildford, Surrey. The family moved to Somerset when he was 5. Paul has always been keen on all aspects of natural history, especially plants. He is a self-taught botanist. He currently lives in Co. Wexford, Ireland, where he moved to in 2006. He is currently working for the Botanical Society of Britain & Ireland (BSBI) as th…
 
We caught up with Henry McDonald, Constructive Voices podcast cofounder to discuss ecological initiatives in the construction industry, the possible impact of artificial intelligence and wider trends in technology too. Henry McDonald is a critically acclaimed author & journalist with a career spanning over thirty-five years. He has been Ireland Cor…
 
In this podcast Melanie Boylan and Emer Keaveney discuss the new initiative that is monitoring the first real-time acoustic monitoring project of cetacean species (whales, dolphins and porpoise) that began last month off the South Coast of Ireland. Hear how windfarm strategy needs to be implemented and as we also seeing climate action lead to a ris…
 
CryptoYuna discovered ‘crypto art’ by accident. An established artist working in oils, she stumbled over a tweet with the same term and quickly fell down the rabbit hole. Already a convert to cryptocurrencies, she understood very quickly the concept of NFTs and crypto sites. Previously, she had painted in acrylics but wanted to create more realisti…
 
In this episode Jamil Hasan interviews Michael Dowling, who is a Professor of Finance in Dublin City University Business School. Before returning to Ireland in 2020, Michael established and managed the AI Business research centre in Rennes School of Business, France. The first artificial intelligence for business research centre in Europe. Building…
 
We catch up with Courtney Sugrue from Munster Technical University, (previously Cork Institute of Technology] to get her insights on digital marketing, social media, and what it was like to do an internship during a global pandemic and an extended lockdown in Ireland. I am a third year Marketing student from MTU and currently a Marketing intern for…
 
According to the IMF, the cost of the Covid-19 pandemic is set to reach $28 trillion by the end of 2025. Following the toll on both human life and the global economy, major investments will be needed into community diagnostics, to identify and quantify health problems and potential causes for concern, to mitigate another public health crisis of thi…
 
Jamil interviews Kurt Nielsen, who is the Co-Founder & President of Partisia Blockchain, a Web 3.0 public blockchain built for trust, transparency, privacy, and speed-of-light finalization. A seasoned entrepreneur, Kurt has pioneered the use of advanced cryptography solutions and turned them into innovative high-tech businesses for more than 12 yea…
 
In this episode of Irish Tech News, Sangeeta Waldron speaks to Niel Kirk, who enjoys using technology to solve business and societal problems to make a real difference. His clients have included the European Space Agency, the NHS and a major Rail organisation. Niel has a keen interest in emerging technology and wants to achieve a greener future. We…
 
When the COVID-19 pandemic first arrived, it was a shock to all of us as something of this scale was simply without precedent. The world we knew stopped in its tracks. When we finally get over the initial shock, those who are parents and caregivers are faced with the next set of questions. How can we best protect our loved ones with the new normal?…
 
Lucy is an ancestral skills teacher, Rites of passage guide & Rewilder. Lucy is the founder of ‘Wild Awake’, an organisation which seeks to rekindle environmental and cultural resilience through the (re)learning of ancestral and traditional skills in nature. As part of this organisation, Lucy also directs the 'Phoenix Forest School', located in Dub…
 
RemakingMoney, digital, is happening, in the UK and around the world. Right now! This is not a matter experts but is all 'our concern' because what happens next affects us all deeply - and not just our privacy and the freedoms we take for granted. Financial engineers and their extractive economics have already created a 'super league' of multi-bill…
 
We first spoke with Navona Gallegos in podcast #55 (here) when she had newly moved onto the land she was starting to farm in New Mexico. In this podcast, she returns to talk about how her work is progressing there - and to talk more deeply about the actual mechanisms we can use to draw carbon down into our soils. She says this: "Where I am called i…
 
Kinsale Spirit Company goes to market with the first ever Whiskey Cask represented by an NFT (A non-fungible token) and auctioned on the NFT marketplace OpenSea. The 200-litre cask of Rare Irish Malt Whiskey, is live for auction until Friday, April 30th https://opensea.io/collection/rare-aged-irish-malt-whiskey-casks ) Co-Owner of Kinsale Spirit Co…
 
In this episode of Irish Tech News Sangeeta Waldron speaks with James Thirwall, social entrepreneur and founder of animalltea, who decided to set-up animalltea after a tricky question from his 4-year old; James’s answer was an organic tea company that devotes 100 percent of its profits to wildlife conservation. How One Man’s Passion Of Tea Is Helpi…
 
According to the IMF, the cost of the Covid-19 pandemic is set to reach $28 trillion by the end of 2025. Following the toll on both human life and the global economy, major investments will be needed into community diagnostics, to identify and quantify health problems and potential causes for concern, to mitigate another public health crisis of thi…
 
About Former Vice President of IUCN, former leader of the Australian Green Party and current Global Greens Ambassador, Christine Milne took up the role of Co-Convenor of the Lake Pedder Restoration Committee in the lead up the United Nations Decade of Ecological Restoration (2021-2030) to campaign for an agreement (by the summer of 2021-22) to […] …
 
Developing a Problem Solving Mindset through Coding and Mentorship with 13-Year Old Entrepreneur Samaira Mehta, and Generation Z. Samaira Mehta is a 13-year-old Tech Entrepreneur who was recognized by TIME as “One of the 8 Young Leaders Shaping the Decade” and a “Real-life Powerpuff girl” by Hulu for her invention “CoderBunnyz” - a board game that …
 
In this podcast Melanie Boylan spoke with Theo Priestley, a globally recognised and sought after futurist and international speaker, an author, and authority on the future of business, technology, and society. In this episode they have a conversation about the recent book release and how tech has been impacted through COVID. This is also your oppor…
 
We caught up with Henry McDonald, Constructive Voices podcast cofounder to discuss ecological initiatives in the construction industry, the possible impact of artificial intelligence and wider trends in technology too. Henry McDonald is a critically acclaimed author & journalist with a career spanning over thirty-five years. He has been Ireland Cor…
 
Interesting and positive conversation with Jonathan Medved, in this podcast we focus on his tech for good investment vehicle and his support for long term sustainability related startup investments. Jonathan Medved is a serial entrepreneur and according to the Washington Post (Dec 5, 2007) “one of Israel’s leading high tech venture capitalists”. Se…
 
Jamil talks with Shanghai based Li Jun to learn more. Li Jun is the founder of Ontology, the high performance, public blockchain specializing in decentralized identity and data. He is a highly regarded blockchain solutions architect with 17 year’s experience in IT and fintech. Li previously provided technical architecture, management, and planning …
 
Jamil Hasan catches up with Jamie Finn to learn more about transfer agency and the streaming and telecom projects he has worked on, his journey into crypto and his latest projects. 2021: The Year of the Token in Transfer Agency and Japanese Banking, with Jamie Finn, President and Co-Founder at Securitize Jamie Finn is a seasoned executive who has w…
 
We chat with Judith D. Schwartz who is a Vermont-based journalist who explores nature-inspired solutions to global challenges. Judith D. Schwartz is an author who tells stories to explore and illuminate scientific concepts and cultural nuance. She takes a clear-eyed look at global environmental, economic, and social challenges, and finds insights a…
 
Fun, insightful and informative conversation with Andy O'Donoghue, host of RTÉ's Future Now, Future Next, we cover the environment, medtech, AI, smart cities and much more. RTÉ’s Future Now, Future Next is available on the RTE Radio Player at: https://www.rte.ie/radio/radioplayer/html5/#/podcasts/series/34036 or wherever you get your podcasts. RTÉ'…
 
Jamil talks with Jeremy Kauffman, Founder and CEO of LBRY and Odysee in a really interesting conversation about the potential for a freer and less corporate controlled environment for online content creators. Big Tech and the Securities Exchange Commission: Good Sportsmen, Unfair Censors, or Common Thugs?, with Jeremy Kauffman, Founder and CEO of L…
 
Today cloud is transforming global business and many companies who were reluctant to move found themselves rapidly migrating overnight to support remote working and continued operations during the pandemic. As this migration to the cloud takes place what strategies should be adopted? Part two of Ronan's conversation with Mark Brown Global Managing …
 
Interesting and timely conversation for Earth Day 2021 with Professor Dana Fisher. Dana R. Fisher is a Professor of Sociology and the Director of the Program for Society and the Environment at the University of Maryland. Her research focuses on questions related to democracy, activism, and environmentalism — most recently studying climate activism,…
 
Extreme weather conditions are occurring more often all around the world, from wildfires in the U.S. and Australia to severe flooding in parts of Africa and Asia. As a society, we are facing a global crisis: Over 1.2 billion people could be displaced from their homes by 2050 due to the effects of climate change. Urgent action is needed to combat th…
 
In this episode of Irish Tech News we experience the magic of clowns, when Sangeeta Waldron speaks to Ash Perrin, founder and CEO of The Flying Seagull Project, a UK-based charity that uses arts workshops, music and dance lessons, circus shows and clown doctoring to transform the most challenging environments into places where children can feel saf…
 
In this podcast we have a peek behind the impressive innovations of Airspeeder with Melanie Boylan and Chief Commercial Officer Jack Withenshaw. In this podcast we hear how, why and who is behind Airspeeder and why they are a part of this creative revolution. From Airspeeder’s Commercial Base in London, Jack Withinshaw leads the growth of the world…
 
Corey Cottrell, founder of Uplift World, talks about his metaverse and how it has developed since its launch last year. He is a musician and hopes to do live gigs there in the very near future. Check it out at https://theuplift.world/ Your host is Jillian Godsil, award winning journalist, broadcaster and author. Her latest book can be bought at htt…
 
Jonathan Dawson, co-creator of the Masters in Regenerative Economics at Schumacher college, is a sustainability educator and a former President of the Global Ecovillage Network. He has around 20 years experience as a researcher, author, consultant and project manager in the field of small enterprise development in Africa and South Asia and before j…
 
In this episode of Irish Tech News, Sangeeta Waldron speaks to Mark Dodd, a financial planner and partner at the award winning firm, Holden and Partners, specialists in ethical, sustainable and thematic investment. We find out if a green recovery is possible for the UK; if there’s a shift in investment planning and where the financial sector is hea…
 
We catch up with Jasper Hamill to get his unique and slightly dystopian insights into what the future might hold for us. We cover the following topics: Remote working Cybersecurity The Internet of Things (particularly its security/ privacy aspects) Online freedom of speech vs social media censorship Cryptocurrencies Jasper Hamill's writing has been…
 
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