18. Going Nose To Tail On Food With Steve Guy

Cultures were forged by the food they consume and the ingredients that they once traded. Centuries of specialised crafts – which are still livelihoods – were developed around animal-based products. I’m becoming more aware of how the rapidly changing global narrative around meat consumption is unfairly denigrating cultural identities. Industrialisation and unethical animal-based farming practices …

9. Turning Ideas into Positive Impact with Mauro Cozzi

There is sufficient venture capitalist funding for every business to become a positive impact business. With this in mind, what is the formula for launching a successful startup?… Generate ideas, test ideas, execute on an idea, fail, then rinse-and-repeat… Fairly simple right? But the secret sauce in the success of a startup is largely dependent …

8. Going Green on Nuclear with Zion Lights

There is a solution and an accelerant in meeting global carbon to net-zero emission targets. One that has provided two-generations of proven clean energy.  Chernobyl, Fukushima and Three Mile Island induce an atomic anxiety. However, fossil fuels have had far greater people and ecological impact, than any nuclear fallout in history.  Who’s to blame for …

Captain Nemo’s Data Centre Under the Sea

Enthusiasts have been water-cooling PCs and even enterprise servers for years.  So surely water cooling an entire data centre by dropping it into the ocean, can’t really be that ridiculous of an idea?… can it? Well, it’s not. Because that’s exactly what Microsoft did when they deployed Project Natick Phase 2 off the coast of …

5. The Sustainable Enterprise with Mike Mcilroy

In this episode, my guest Mike Mcilory takes you on a journey from 1970’s Liverpool to the modern world at this present time. Mike spent his formative years growing up in the recession-hit city of Liverpool. We explore how his environment in the 70’s not only shaped Mike but became the underpinning principles to why …