Simon Griffiths is CEO and co-founder of Who-Gives-a-Crap, they make and sell toilet paper, but their impact goes well beyond our bathrooms.
Good Future Podcast
A podcast about the business of sustainability.
John Treadgold interviews business leaders in sustainability, ESG and impact investing who are re-defining economics and building companies as a force for good.
Rosemary Addis has founded some pioneering organisations in the social impact space, she’s a powerful communicator and a powerful adovcate for solving social issues, with financial capital.
SPECIAL episode: I spoke to four leading Australian podcasters about the their shows, their journey into new-media and the growth of social impact.
Radek Sali was CEO at Swisse Vitamins, but his greatest legacy is fostering a culture of purpose for all those he works with.
Lindsay Smalling is CEO of the SOCAP conference. It’s in San Francisco, and it brings together purpose-led businesses and the people building them.
Simon Holmes á Court gives us the inside-word on how rapidly Australia’s electricity grid is going renewable, as well as the genesis of the Hepburn Wind Farm cooperative.
Berry Liberman is a passionate advocate for sustainability, she’s co-founder of Small Giants, and she’s editor-in-chief of Dumbo Feather.
Paul Brest has come all the way from Stanford University in California. He was Dean of the Law school before he turned to philanthropy and exploring how investors can have an impact.
Andrew Kuper is the founder and CEO of Leapfrog Investments, he’s a pioneering impact investor, and he’s long been a hero of mine.
Mark Reading is head of the Atlassian Foundation, he’s the bridge between the tech-success-story Atlassian, and the charities they support through their Pledge-1% model.
Pablo Berrutti is head of Responsible Investment (Asia-Pac) at CFSGAM and he’s a passionate advocate for the power of financial markets to change the world.