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Join the curious minds of Jonathan and Melker every second Wednesday on a holistic learning journey about sustainability and regeneration. You will hear them talk to various experts on how we can transform humanity to thrive within the means of the living planet. If you want to learn more about the personal and collective development needed to transition to a sustainable state for ourselves and the planet we inhabit, this show is for you!
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#20 A Holistic approach to business with Eva Karlsson, CEO Houdini Sportswear

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#35 What if: Imagining The World We Want With Rob Hopkins
Why is imagination so crucial for humanity in 2022? The latest IPCC report is telling us that we have a small shrinking window for change, and it’s shrinking fast. What if, could actually be the two most important and powerful words in our world right now. Todays guest Rob Hopkins, the author of What Is to What If: Unleashing the Power of Imagination to Create the Future We Want, says “Physics demands that we re-imagine everything, our food system, education system, transport system, economic system. All transformative projects starts with great what if questions, and if we keep coming back to our imaginative spaces, our imagination grows, followed by a sense of what’s possible grows, and that’s what we need to see in the world, now more than anything.” By listening to this episode you will learn how you to become more imaginative, both in your personal and professional life, what a great “What if-question?” with transformative capacity is and tons of inspiration and insights from some of the amazing transformative stories behind Rob’s work.  See you in there! /Jonathan & Melker
April 20, 2022
#34 Restoring our Planet with Willem Ferwerda
Willem Ferwerda has an impressive resumé, he studied tropical ecology and environmental science in Amsterdam and Bogotá. He has worked in several countries in Latin America, Africa, and Asia on tourism, conservation, and restoration of ecosystems. He’s been the director of IUCN Netherlands, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, the largest international union of nature organizations, states, and scientists. Ferwerda is also appointed Special Advisor Business & Ecosystems at the IUCN Commission on Ecosystem Management, (Switzerland). He holds board or advisor positions at several institutions such as the World Land Trust (UK), the Charles Darwin Foundation (Galapagos, Ecuador), the Lippe-Biesterfeld NatureCollege Foundation (NL), and is an ambassador of the Dutch Platform on Biodiversity, Ecosystems, and Economy. Ferwerda is also a member of the Global Partnership on Forest and Landscape Restoration. In 2013 he founded Commonland, an organization that scales up existing ecosystem restoration projects by developing companies that will generate investment returns. Its goal is to contribute to the Bonn Challenge, a multinational agreement to restore 150 million hectares in 20 years.  In our conversation, we talk about how Commonland with their 4 Returns, a science-based framework transforms degraded ecosystems by focusing on 4 key returns over the course of 20 years. The 4 returns are return of inspiration, natural, social, and financial capital. We hear Willem speak passionately about his vision of a world that truly values nature and he explains what skills and capabilities he feels are needed within ourselves to be able to collectively restore our landscapes.  4 Returns Platform UN Decade on Restoration
March 30, 2022
#33 Meeting The Climate Crisis Inside Out With Jamie Bristow
Jamie Bristow is the Director of The Mindfulness Initiative, a policy institute about mindfulness and compassion training that grew out of a programme of mindfulness teaching for politicians in the British Parliament. Jamie work with politicians and other decision-makers around the world to help them make trainable capacities of mind and heart serious considerations of public policy and has supported the introduction of mindfulness courses in over 10 national parliaments. He is also the author of several publications including Mindfulness: Developing Agency in Urgent Times and his most recent publication Reconnection: Meeting the Climate Crisis Inside Out.  Amongst other things, we talk about what mindfulness actually is, how it could serve as a form of self-defence in our current smartphone era where our attention is a constant victim of getting hijacked, and how mindfulness can serve as a valuable tool for sustainable development. In regards to sustainability, Jamie explains how mindfulness & compassion practise help us staying with the trouble, build psychological resilience and stimulate positive emotion and engagement.  Jamie on Twitter
March 02, 2022
#32 Biomimicry with Fredrik Moberg
In the 32nd episode of The Decade Podcast we sit down with the biomimicry expert Fredrik Moberg. Fredrik is the founder and co-director of Albaeco, an independent organisation and sustainability consultancy. He is also working for Stockholm Resilience Centre (SRC) as a researcher and senior communications advisor. He has a book out (in Swedish, 2021) about biomimicry (sustainable solutions inspired by nature) and also recently co-founded a Nordic Knowledge Hub & Education Platform for Biomimicry (  In this episode you will hear Fredrik talk about biomimicry from different lenses. You will learn more about biomimicry and what it actually is, and whatever challenge you're looking to address, nature can serve as your model, measure, and mentor.  Fredrik & Stockholm Resilience Center 
February 16, 2022
#31 Sustainability Inside Out with Steph L Dickson
Todays guest, Steph L Dickson is an incredible voice for sustainability. Amongst other things, she’s the founder and CEO of Green is the new black, founder and host of the Live Wide Awake Podcast, and a two times TEDx speaker. In 2014 she was working in the fashion industry when she had a quite rude awakening that the industry she was so deeply invested in was in fact one of the biggest polluting industries in the world. She decided that she wanted to stop being a part of the problem and instead work towards being a part of the solution - this was the seed that initiated Steph’s impressing journey as an impact entrepreneur. In todays episode you will hear us talk about Steph’s work behind Green is the New black, her podcast, etc.. But we will also deep dive into to the human experience behind it all talking about Sustainability from the inside out. 
February 02, 2022
#30 Love, Addiction & Sustainability with Johan Reunanen
In the 30th episode of The Decade Podcast, we sat down with the incredible human being Johan Reunanen. Johan is the Director and Head of Sustainability Transformation at the company Cordial. Amongst other things, his work is dedicated to helping companies in their sustainability transformation and often the transition to stop being fossil fuel dependent and replace that with a greener source of energy. He's also a podcast host, an incredible thinker, and a leader fuelled with love. Johan shares many brilliant ideas in his talks and articles about Corporate Sobriety and Loving Leadership. In our conversation with Johan, we talk a lot about addiction and specifically about Johan's former addiction to alcohol. He shares a lot of insights from his recovery and how he uses those insights and his personal development in his work and journey through life. Moreover, we talk about what similarities there are between our current collective unsustainable behavior and addiction, the importance and need of creating a positive shared sustainable vision, and more.. Buckle up, this was truly a great one! Johan's Linkedin Alkispodden Sustainability talks
January 19, 2022
#29 A fifth of a Decade with Melker Larsson & Jonathan Angel
In the 29th episode of The Decade Podcast you will once again get to know the voices behind this podcast a bit better. We've now reached a fifth of The Decade of action and in this episode Melker and Jonathan talk about their intention abut this podcast, what topics that are currently alive within them and more.
January 05, 2022
#28 Renewable Energy with Daniel Gustafsson, Vattenfall
In the 28th episode of The Decade podcast we speak with Daniel Gustafsson. Daniel is the Head of development for on shore wind power at Vattenfall and has a background in Sustainable energy engineering. Vattenfall is a Swedish multinational power company owned by the Swedish government with the vision to create a fossil free living within one generation.  In our conversation with Daniel we touched on the three dimensions of sustainability, environmental, social and economic. We talk about the past, present and future of energy and in particular renewable energy. Moreover, we discuss different trade offs in regards to renewable energy sites such as wind power plants and how industry partnerships can be vital in our current transition towards a more thriving world.
December 22, 2021
#27 Triple Bottom Line and Impact Investing with Hanna Lindquist from Trine
In the 27th episode of The Decade Podcast, we sat down with Hanna Lindquist as the Customer Success Manager at Trine. What Trine does is that you make it easy for people to invest in solar energy in growing markets, offering a return on investment that’s good for the people, the planet, and for profit. The company has won multiple awards such as Climate Solver 2016 awarded by the World Wide Fund for Nature, Solar Power Portal’s Finance Innovation in 2017, Best social impact start-up in 2017 at the Nordic start-up awards, and the winner of inUse award in 2018.  In our conversation with Hanna, we discussed alternative ways to “business as usual”, how it is to operate as a company with a triple bottom line approach and Hanna tells us about how Trine as a company makes both social and environmental impact. Hanna's Linkedin
December 08, 2021
#26 The state Of Our Oceans & Pragmatic Activism With Captain Paul Watson
In the 26th episode of The Decade Podcast we had the privilege of talking to one of the co-founders of Greenpeace, Captain Paul Watson. In 1977, he left Greenpeace and founded the SeaShepherd Conservation Society. He's a renowned speaker, accomplished author, master mariner, and lifelong environmentalist. Captain Watson has been awarded many honors for his dedication to the oceans and to the planet. He received the Genesis Award for Lifetime Achievement in 1998, was named as one of the Top 20 Environmental Heroes of the 20th Century by Time Magazine in 2000 and was inducted into the U.S. Animal Rights Hall of Fame in Washington D.C. in 2002. He was also awarded the Amazon Peace Prize by the president of Ecuador in 2007. In 2012, Captain Watson became only the second person after Captain Jacques Cousteau to be awarded the Jules Verne Award, dedicated to environmentalists and adventurers.  Amongst other things we talked about the state of our oceans and the severe impact we humans have on our precious ecosystem, why it is important to take real action towards the change you want to see in the world the recent documentary Seaspiracy, what impact it made, and what we can learn from it and what Paul think is needed from humans and our current system to let our oceans recover and thrive again. It was such a powerful conversation to have leaving us both inspired to continue our journey of making positive impact on this world.
November 24, 2021
#25 Holistic Thinking about Circular Economy with Elin Bergman
In the 25th episode of The Decade Podcast, we sit down with Elin Bergman who's a circular economy expert. She’s one of the most impactful drivers of change for the circular economy in Sweden and the Nordic countries. One could summarise that most of her work is dedicated to accelerating the transition from the dominant linear economy we see today to a circular economy which would help us move and operate within the planetary boundaries.  In our conversation with Elin, we dissected the term circularity from different perspectives. Elin gives many great practical examples of what circular economy is and what it’s not, but we also talk about it from a more philosophical perspective which I found very inspiring. It was such a pleasure speaking with Elin, her positive energy really affected me and I would truly recommend you to check her out, she’s doing some incredible stuff with the organizations she’s a part of! So without further ado, I hope that you’ll enjoy this episode with Elin Bergman!
November 10, 2021
#24 Indigenous Ways of Thinking About The World with Tyson Yunkaporta
In this episode, we welcome Dr. Tyson Yunkaporta, an academic, an arts critic, and a researcher who is a member of the Apalech Clan in far north Queensland, Australia. He carves traditional tools and weapons and also works as a senior lecturer in Indigenous Knowledges at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia. Tyson is the author of Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save The World. He looks at global systems from an Indigenous perspective. He asks how contemporary life diverges from the pattern of creation. How does this affect us? How can we do things differently? In our conversation with Tyson we covered many things we can be inspired by and learn from indigenous cultures. Like yarning, the role elders has as knowledge keepers, what relationship they have to nature, the role that stories and songlines play, and what right and wrong story is.
October 26, 2021
#23 Personal Resilience and Well-being with Oren Ipp
In the 23rd episode of The Decade podcast, we dove deeper into an often overlooked aspect of sustainability, our own personal sustainability. Today's guest, Oren Ipp has been working in the service of others for more than 20 years. He’s done many years in foreign aid, designing, managing, and evaluating multimillion-dollar programs in Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. After many years of working on transitions within countries, communities, and institutions, he now focuses on personal transformation as a driver of social change. Oren work with activists, entrepreneurs, and innovators by helping individuals design and lead lives of meaning, service, passion, and balance. Our conversation with Oren highlights the human experience. While working with societal and planetary challenges can be very overwhelming, and to stay in a positive direction while working on solving these challenges can itself be very challenging. Oren shares his tips and tricks about how we can navigate around our own personal well-being and it was really mind-expanding to listen to Oren speaking about his experience and expertise around the topic.   Oren's Linkedin
October 12, 2021
#22 Impact Entrepreneurship with Nicholas Marchesi, Co-Founder Orange Sky
In the 22nd episode of The Decade Podcast, we speak with Nicholas Marchesi who is an amazing impact entrepreneur! He’s one of the co-founders of Orange Sky, the world’s first free mobile laundry service for people experiencing homelessness. What started as an idea to improve hygiene standards and restore dignity to people has evolved into something much bigger and more powerful.  Nic started Orange sky at the age of 20 with his friend Lucas Patchett in Brisbane Australia and it has now grown into an international enterprise that makes a real impact every day. Nic along with his co-founder Lucas have been awarded Young Australian of the year as well as Order of the Medal of Australia for their incredible contribution through their work with Orange Sky. Amongst other things we talk about the amazing story of Orange sky, impact entrepreneurship, and how important it is sometimes, only to take that first step towards making a positive impact and trust that the rest will fall into place.. Nic and Lucas are living proof of that!
September 28, 2021
#21 Design Pathway for Regenerating Earth with Joe Brewer
In the 21st episode of The Decade Podcast we had the pleasure of speaking to Joe Brewer. Joe has a unique background in physics, math, philosophy, atmospheric science, complexity research, and cognitive linguistics. More than a decade ago, he left the academics to trail blaze a path for other research practitioners to follow. Awakened to the threat of human-induced climate disruption while pursuing a Ph.D. in atmospheric science, he switched fields and began to work with scholars in the behavioral and cognitive sciences with the hope of helping create large-scale behavior change at the level of global civilization. He’s also the author of the book “The Design Pathway to Regenerating the Earth.” Our conversation circled around the design pathway to regenerating the earth. Joe explains terms like developmental entrenchment and how that has affected us throughout our evolution, we talk about ecological trauma and grief. Moreover we talked about something that both Melker and I found very interesting, cultural scaffolding and how that will play a crucial role in the coming years….
September 14, 2021
#20 A Holistic approach to business with Eva Karlsson, CEO Houdini Sportswear
In the 20th episode of The Decade Podcast we had the pleasure of speaking with Eva Karlsson, CEO at Houdini Sportswear. Houdini is a progressive outdoor company based in Stockholm, Sweden. Eva has been working at Houdini for about 20 years, she’s been awarded The Sustainable Leadership prize by the network for sustainable business in 2018 and one can often see Eva speaking passionately about sustainability at well-known conferences and seminars. Eva and her co-workers at Houdini Sportswear are truly paving new ways for businesses in the apparel industry and it was such a delight talking with Eva about the way they operate. In our conversation with Eva we discussed growth and profit maximisation, how Houdini goes beyond legal requirements, the values that drives Houdini as a company and much more.
July 07, 2021
#19 How on Earth can we live together with Melker & Jonathan
In this week's episode, the hosts behind this podcast, Melker & Jonathan talk about the intentions of this podcast and how this question of "how on earth can we live together?" became so alive for them. Moreover, they summarised some of the greatest lessons learned from all the inspiring guests that have been on this podcast during this spring. 
June 09, 2021
#18 The Impact and Potential of Stories with The World of Wisdom Podcast
“We think we tell stories, but stories often tell us, tell us to love or hate, to see or be seen. Often, too often, stories saddle us, ride us, whip us onward, tell us what to do, and we do it without questioning. The task of learning to be free requires learning to hear them, to question them, to pause and hear silence, to name them, and then become a story-teller.” – Rebecca Solnit  In this episode we had the pleasure of curiously exploring the rabbit hole of stories with Amit Paul in this context as the host of The World Of Wisdom Podcast. As summarised from the quote above, there is immense power and impact behind the stories we tell. We shared our own experiences and thoughts around stories and what it means to us. Moreover, we discussed it from both a organisational and global perspective and explored what impact stories have on our future development.  If you would like to continue to explore this fascinating topic with the wonderful people behind World Of Wisdom press the link below.
May 26, 2021
#17 The Importance of Purpose and Vertical Development with Carl Lindeborg
Carl Lindeborg is a passionate advocate for sustainability, he's the founder of Leader Evolve, a catalyst for Future Proof Leadership where he helps leaders and organisations evolve into the future. He has published two books on personal leadership and he's also the co-founder of Lindeborgs Eco Retreat, the world's first carbon negative conference, retreat and training center. We really enjoyed having this conversation with Carl, we discussed a lot around purpose, Carl shared a super inspiring story of how he gave up a promising career at a well known consultancy company in order to travel the world, the experience which later resulted in the book about personal leadership "Your Brilliant Self". Carl also covered the topic of Vertical Development which he sees as a key factor to develop for business leaders in the emerging complex times we face. If you would like to check out Carl's inspiring stuff, see below. /Jonathan & Melker Leader Evolve  Lindeborgs Eco Retreat Carl's Podcast "Stigfinnare"
May 11, 2021
#16 Why Sustainability is not enough with Stephen Vasconcellos
Stephen is a change-maker and a committed believer in a better world. He's currently spending most of his time on Make Postive Impact, Positive is hosting a global community of Positive Impact Companies empowering a Regenerative Economy. Giving small to medium enterprises the tools and resources to make real change. Our conversation with Stephen mainly circled around "Why Sustainability is not enough" and it was a real delight listening to Stephen's accurate way to explain his vision for the future.  Moreover, Stephen has over 20 yrs in over 60 countries running media campaigns for Heads of State and CEO clients, He's the Founder of Salt, a digital magazine for business with purpose change makers, He Co-founded Reboot the Future, a charity promoting a new narrative for people and planet, He Co-authored Imaginal Cells: Visions of Transformation with Nobel prize winners Al-Gore, Tutu, & Yunus. He's also an advisor at the newly created Institute of Climate Justice (University of California). It's fair to say that Stephen has an impressing resumé but he's also a fantastic human being, hope you enjoy his wisdom as much as we did. 
April 28, 2021
#15 Ecopsychology and Nature's Rights with Pella Thiel
Todays guest, Pella Thiel describes herself as a systemic activist and cultural change agent. She organise, write and educate on issues related to adjustment for a society in harmony with nature. Pella is an educated ecologist and has been involved in starting Swedish parts of international networks such as the Network for Nature's Rights, End Ecocide Sweden (works for large-scale environmental damage as an international crime), and the Transition Network in Sweden, just to mention some of the cool stuff she does. We discuss why it is important for nature to have rights, what actually happens with us humans when we spend time in nature, what a transition network is and much much more. It was a real delight talking with Pella, she's very authentic and inspiring with the work she does, hope you enjoy this episode as much as we did recording it :) / Jonathan & Melker
April 13, 2021
#14 Self Discovery in a Globalised Society with Jan Artem Henriksson
In this episode, we dive into personal development with behavioral scientist Jan Artem Henriksson. Jan works very closely with Robert Keegan that is well known for his theories about adult development. We discuss the importance of connecting with your inner values, the need of going beyond a socialized mind, what role self-discovery/development plays in our overall development as a species, and what this means for sustainable development. Jan is truly a pioneer in this field and it was such a pleasure having this discussion with him. Thanks for listening! /Jonathan & Melker
March 30, 2021
#13 Transformative Leadership Beyond Sustainability with Göran Gennvi
The modern world is a complex system of natural processes, human ambition and socio-cultural evolution, where adaptation and learning as a balanced dynamic is the key for survival, both for species in nature, (of which the human is one) as well as for organizations and their management teams. Generating a wide range of perspectives and in-depth experiences to explore the unpredictable future together is the trademark of Göran Gennvi. We discuss transformative leadership and development in a sustainable world, how Göran uses nature as a teacher and as a classroom, what you can gain and learn about yourself by doing one of his famous Nature Quests and much, much more. /Jonathan & Melker
March 10, 2021
#12 The future of farming with Jens Berggren at LRF
Jens Berggren is currently working as a Sustainability Expert at LRF, known as the farmers association in Sweden. The topic of conversation is the future of farming and we talked about Sustainable agriculture, incentives for farmers, what is needed for conventional farming to become more sustainable, and much much more. Jens speaks very passionately about Sustainability and his important work at LRF, it was truly a pleasure recording this episode with him. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did! :) /Jonathan & Melker
February 24, 2021
#11 The state of the planet with Owen Gaffney
Owen Gaffney is known as a global sustainability strategist, he's a writer, producer and analyst focusing on the future of people and the planet. Owen is involved in several remarkable organisations, the Stockholm Resilience Centre, the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and Global Commons Alliance to mention a few. In our conversation with Owen we talked about the state of the planet, how we got where we are today and ultimately, what is needed for us to overcome the severe challenge we currently face of reaching a sustainable state for our home planet.
February 10, 2021
#10 Sustainable fashion with Laura Hoch at Patagonia
Laura works as a chemist with material innovation at Patagonia. We talk about Patagonia's inspiring corporate vision "We're in business to save our home planet" and how it is to work at a company like Patagonia that many view as synonymous with sustainability. Moreover we discuss the process of designing and producing a sustainable garment, the tradeoffs and complexities that comes with that process. Hope you enjoy it! /Jonathan & Melker
January 27, 2021
#9 The economy of the environment with Professor Thomas Sterner
Thomas Sterner is a professor in environmental economics. His research and publications are mostly focused on the design of policy instruments which address environmental problems. In this episode we discuss how the economy impacts the environment, we talk about capitalism, incentives and what drives humans and much much more. We were both very impressed how clear Thomas explained these complexities, we hope you enjoy it as much as we did/ Jonathan & Melker
January 13, 2021
#8 A tenth of a Decade with Melker & Jonathan
The last episode of The Decade Podcast in 2020. You will get to know the two voices behind this podcast a bit better. We talk about our gained experience and knowledge from our podcast journey so far. Moreover, we point out some of the most interesting aspects that we’ve learned from our guests that have been on so far and we present some of the upcoming guests in 2021.
December 30, 2020
#7 Sustainable Finance with Rebecca Oliver
Rebecca Oliver has a great experience on a multinational level, she describes herself as a sustainability strategist. Her passion lies with using knowledge from all the places it can be found and to use that knowledge to make a better future for the people and the planet. In this episode, sustainable finance is the topic of conversation and we talk about how corporations can make sound business decisions in regards to their sustainable development.
December 16, 2020
#6 Value Chains & Mental health with Annika Shelly
Annika Shelly is a true world citizen and has a very diversified background. In our episode with her, she opened up about her full journey of life. She’s currently working as the head of communications for Save the Children. In our conversation, Annika shared heartfelt stories about her own experiences with depression, she talked about her experiences with inner work and Reiki healing. Moreover, we discuss how companies should work within their supply chains and much much more. This has been our longest episode to date, although our aim was to keep our conversation within the initial time frame we felt that we would do the conversation injustice by cutting it short. Hence, it could be encouraged to listen to it in multiple instances. Annika Shelly on Linkedin 
December 01, 2020
#5 Sustainability with Professor Mark Edwards
Mark has 20 years of experience as a psychologist, he’s now an assistant professor, teaching sustainability at Jönköping University. In our conversation with him we’re talking about connections between psychology and sustainability, Media’s important role in our evolution and how they lack responsibility to tell the real truth. We talk about the devastating effects of measuring economic progress through Gross Domestic Product, which is the metric used to measure a country’s financial transactions of final goods services within a country's economy.  Contact details of Mark Edwards 
November 18, 2020
#4 Personal Development & Future scenarios with Nils Von Heijne
What is the connection between personal development and sustainability? Nils Von Heijne is such a big inspiration,  he shares his story about how he shifted from being a successful tech-entrepreneur and angel investor to work as a holistic coach and change maker with the purpose of working towards creating a more sustainable world. In this mind expanding episode with Nils we talk about consciousness, his view on how the future will look like, how pain signals can guide you towards change and much, much more.  If you want to get in contact with Nils go to his personal website below World of Wisdom
November 04, 2020
#3 Saving rainforests with Henrik Flodhammar
How can better opportunities be created in post-war zones? In this episode Melker had the great pleasure of talking with Henrik Flodhammar who has a great passion for the forest, he is eager to give back to mother earth, and is currently working with different projects in Panama. His projects involve eco-tourism, carbon sequestration, helping people in post-war zones and he's involved with saving wild jaguars in Panama. Jon Trimarco, tree-tracking. Greenstand - Ricardo Moreno, President of Yaguará Panamá Foundation - Jaguar falls community -
October 20, 2020
#2 Corporate Sustainability with Niclas Appelquist, The Absolut Company
Does it necessarily need to be a conflict between profit and sustainability? In our second episode, we had the pleasure of talking with Niclas Appelquist, which is the innovation director at The Future of Packaging program within The Absolut Company. In our conversation with Niclas, we talked about how sustainability is an integrated pillar within their organization, how corporations should work with sustainability, and much more.  The Absolut Company The Pernod-Richard Group
October 07, 2020
#1 Plastics and Complexity with Amit Paul
Are plastics really that bad? In this very first episode of The Decade Podcast we had the honour of talking with Amit Paul. Amit have an inspiring background as a pop star and are currently the managing director of a polymer chemistry company. We talk about his experience from the plastic industry, complexity thinking, the benefits of asking good questions and much more.  Amit's family company Paxymer. World of Wisdom www.worldofwisdom.iu To contact Amit by email. Amit’s 4-piece article: This thing with plastic and sustainability Recorded 2020-06-04
September 22, 2020
Intro with Melker & Jonathan
Welcome to the intro episode of our podcast, The Decade. In this intro we present our purpose of creating this podcast, the idea behind our name The Decade & much more. 
September 20, 2020