#56 Systemic Change for Sustainability with Anders Wijkman

In this episode, we're joined by Anders Wijkman, a thought leader in sustainability and systemic change. Together, we delve into the pressing need for systemic change in our current societal structures. Anders shares his perspectives on what's wrong with our existing systems and the essential shifts required to foster sustainability. We go beyond the conventional […]

#55 From Olympics to Climate Goals with Björn Ferry

We sit down with the Olympian gold medalist Björn Ferry, a former Swedish biathlete with a passion for sustainability. Björn shares his inspiring journey and commitment to creating a more sustainable future. Join us as we explore the importance of connecting to a compelling narrative for sustainability and how it can inspire meaningful change. Björn […]

#54 Empowering Change: Giving Voice to Values with Mary Gentile

Once we know what's right, how can we empower positive change towards that belief? Join us as we dive deep into the world of values-driven leadership with Mary Gentile, the creator of the groundbreaking pedagogical approach known as “Giving Voice to Values” (GVV). GVV is more than just a curriculum; it's a powerful, action-oriented methodology […]

#53 Supporting Sustainable Energy Transition with Samer Nameer, Enerpoly

Join us in an insightful conversation with Dr. Samer Nameer, the co-founder and Chief Sustainability Officer of Enerpoly, a groundbreaking energy storage company dedicated to global energy access and decarbonization. In this episode, we explore Enerpoly's mission to deliver the energy storage solutions of tomorrow. Dr. Samer Nameer sheds light on how he and his […]

#52 Journaling Out Loud Together with Jonathan & Melker

We’ve come up with a new term to use! To JOLT, Journaling Out Loud Together. Melker and Jonathan often find themselves chatting and exploring how their conversations with all fantastic guests in this podcast connect to the guiding question of “How on earth can we live together?”. Jonathan and Melker hope that you will tag […]

#51 Using AI to Solve Sustainability Challenges with Kye Andersson

Join us as we explore the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) to help address the world's most pressing challenges with Kye Anderson, co-founder of Canucci, a company working with AI to drive positive change in large organizations. In this episode, we delve into the ways AI can be used to support sustainable development in sectors […]

#50 The Regenerative Renaissance with Rieki Cordon

Join us as we explore the concept of the regenerative renaissance with Rieki Cordon. He describe himself as a mapmaker working to enable a thriving world for both people and the planet. In this episode, we discuss the limitations of many of today's systems, which prioritize short-term gains over long-term sustainability, and explore how the […]

#49 Healing Ourselves & The Planet with Gustaf Skarsgård & Johan Reunenen

Can the methods of the 12-step program help us recognize and honestly take stock of our shared destructive addictions? Can they even help free us from the systemic failures that threaten life on the planet? In this episode we explore the intersection of addiction, recovery, and sustainability. Todays guests, Johan Reunenen and Gustaf Skarsgård share […]

#48 Breathing for Better Health with Robbin & Torunn

In this episode of The Decade Podcast, we sit down with Robbin and Torunn, the founders of OYNS – Optimize Your Nervous System. Robbin and Torunn’s craft is breathwork, and specificalises in vivation – which can be described as the process of fully embracing the total human experience of life. We dive into the topic […]

#47 How Soil Health Can Save The Planet with Didi Pershouse

In this episode, we sit down with Didi Pershouse, a soil health educator and author of “The Ecology of Care: Medicine, Agriculture, Money, and the Quiet Power of Human and Microbial Communities”. Didi explains the concept of the “soil sponge”, which refers to the ability of healthy soil to absorb and hold onto water, nutrients, […]