#11 Investigating Building Blocks towards a Planetary Civilization

“There are no passengers on spaceship earth. We are all crew.” 

Marshall McLuhan

 

Julian Guderley did more than 300 podcasts with artists, industry leaders and philanthropreneurs in the planet’s regenerative movement on his podcast, GreenPlanet BluePlanet.

In today’s episode we are exploring:

  • The underlying assumptions and Theory of Change.
  • From social impact over spirituality and culture what’s the undercurrent that glues all these topics together?
  • What we’re your main aha moments during all these episodes?
  • What of all that you learned are the most important building blocks towards manifesting a planetary civilization?

Julian is a Media and Content Creator. He also works as a Host, Teacher and Transformational Coach. He is responsible for expanding the way we view and interact with the planet through the inspiring interviews he shares on his podcast, GreenPlanet BluePlanet. His engaging podcast episodes interview artists, industry leaders and philanthropreneurs in the planet’s regenerative movement. Highlighting the most impactful drivers of environmental and social change today. The 2020s are the decade of the REGENAISSANCE, of human innovation, for that we must choose this path every day. The Podcast is raising the topics of sustainability, regenerative economics, consciousness, spirituality, and symbiotic relationships with Nature, across Interest Groups and Economy.

https://www.greenplanet-blueplanet.com 

 

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