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Ep 2: Doing well and doing good

August 26, 2020 Andy Ridley, Founder Earth Hour & CEO Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef Season 1 Episode 2
Future Extraordinaire
Ep 2: Doing well and doing good
Chapters
1:53
Andy’s introduction, career sharing, challenges and lessons learned from conservation efforts
6:07
Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef puts emphasis on building a global community – how is this activated? How did Andy and his team establish the Great Barrier Reef as an inspiration for change?
9:12
Are there actions changing that will be able to save the Great Barrier Reef and people to pay attention to more important climate issues?
11:18
Why is it significant for businesses to run sustainable businesses?
15:40
Are there differences in perception or attitude between different generations when it comes to engagement?
17:31
How can you engage different demographics and people for a cause?
22:04
How can technology and science be used to build a better future?
25:25
Now that sustainability has hit tipping point, what else can people do to help support?
28:39
Micro segment – This time in BizTech
31:47
What needs to be done moving forward
Future Extraordinaire
Ep 2: Doing well and doing good
Aug 26, 2020 Season 1 Episode 2
Andy Ridley, Founder Earth Hour & CEO Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef

Did you know the Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef system and the only living organism that can be spotted from space? What could its connection be with technologies? 

In this episode, Andy Ridley, Founder Earth Hour & CEO Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef, joins us and shares how the Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef is using the most advanced technology and science to save one of the planet's most extraordinary natural wonders! 

Together with co-hosts Amit Midha, President of Asia Pacific & Japan and Global Digital Cities, and Danny Elmarji, Vice President of Presales, from Dell Technologies Asia Pacific and Japan, the trio shares their observation on why companies need to put sustainability at their top of mind besides performing well and how to use technology to build a better, brighter future.

 

1:40 to 5:57: Andy’s introduction, career sharing, challenges and lessons learned from conservation efforts

6:07 to 9:12: Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef puts emphasis on building a global community – how is this activated? How did Andy and his team establish the Great Barrier Reef as an inspiration for change?

9:12 to 11:10: Are there actions changing that will be able to save the Great Barrier Reef and people to pay attention to more important climate issues? 

11:18 to 15:40: Why is it significant for businesses to run sustainable businesses?

15:40 to 17:31: Are there differences in perception or attitude between different generations when it comes to engagement? 

17:31 to 22:04: How can you engage different demographics and people for a cause?

22:04 to 25:25: How can technology and science be used to build a better future?

25:25 to 28:40: Now that sustainability has hit tipping point, what else can people do to help support? 

28:40 to 31:18: Micro segment – This time in BizTech

31:47 to 33:33: What needs to be done moving forward

Show Notes Chapter Markers

Did you know the Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef system and the only living organism that can be spotted from space? What could its connection be with technologies? 

In this episode, Andy Ridley, Founder Earth Hour & CEO Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef, joins us and shares how the Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef is using the most advanced technology and science to save one of the planet's most extraordinary natural wonders! 

Together with co-hosts Amit Midha, President of Asia Pacific & Japan and Global Digital Cities, and Danny Elmarji, Vice President of Presales, from Dell Technologies Asia Pacific and Japan, the trio shares their observation on why companies need to put sustainability at their top of mind besides performing well and how to use technology to build a better, brighter future.

 

1:40 to 5:57: Andy’s introduction, career sharing, challenges and lessons learned from conservation efforts

6:07 to 9:12: Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef puts emphasis on building a global community – how is this activated? How did Andy and his team establish the Great Barrier Reef as an inspiration for change?

9:12 to 11:10: Are there actions changing that will be able to save the Great Barrier Reef and people to pay attention to more important climate issues? 

11:18 to 15:40: Why is it significant for businesses to run sustainable businesses?

15:40 to 17:31: Are there differences in perception or attitude between different generations when it comes to engagement? 

17:31 to 22:04: How can you engage different demographics and people for a cause?

22:04 to 25:25: How can technology and science be used to build a better future?

25:25 to 28:40: Now that sustainability has hit tipping point, what else can people do to help support? 

28:40 to 31:18: Micro segment – This time in BizTech

31:47 to 33:33: What needs to be done moving forward

Andy’s introduction, career sharing, challenges and lessons learned from conservation efforts
Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef puts emphasis on building a global community – how is this activated? How did Andy and his team establish the Great Barrier Reef as an inspiration for change?
Are there actions changing that will be able to save the Great Barrier Reef and people to pay attention to more important climate issues?
Why is it significant for businesses to run sustainable businesses?
Are there differences in perception or attitude between different generations when it comes to engagement?
How can you engage different demographics and people for a cause?
How can technology and science be used to build a better future?
Now that sustainability has hit tipping point, what else can people do to help support?
Micro segment – This time in BizTech
What needs to be done moving forward