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Where Ideas Launch - Sustainable Innovation Podcast

Where Ideas Launch - The Podcast for the sustainable Innovator has achieved a global top 5% ranking and continues to push boundaries on what’s possible to heal our planet and our world.The podcast shines its light on sustainable heroes, businesses, educators, and activists working toward a purpose; a planet that can sustain the life within it. 

Our line-up includes outstanding management thinkers, educators, consultants, coaches, chief executives, artists, entrepreneurs and many others.

To access the podcast and its resources, go to our website  Where Ideas Launch – The Podcast for the Sustainable Innovator

This podcast aims to:

  • Explore creativity from the eyes of educators, professionals, entrepreneurs, and artists.
  • Examine sustainable business models, circular economy, waste management, energy, supply chains and other ways to support the UN sustainable development goals.
  • Challenge the status quo: spark momentum for change.

Statistics: - Leader in the category of management.

Global top 5% Podcast

#7 UK Innovation Podcast

#12 UK Sustainability Podcast

7900+ downloads.

Downloaded in 81 Countries

69 chart appearances

36 country rankings

16 Top 10 chart listings

Number 1 in 4 Countries

Mar 2, 2022

Heather Burns is an independent ESG and sustainability consultant who for the past 15 years has helped global companies and NGOs find ways to improve and report on their social, environmental, and corporate governance performance. She has also helped to develop global ESG certifications and standards, and is the founder of a nonprofit business association focused on scaling business solutions to climate change. Her work in sustainable development (an initiative called Haiti Onward) was recognized as a semi-finalist in the 2011 Buckminster Fuller Challenge. Her interest in sustainability was sparked in 1998 while traveling and working as a Divemaster on a small island in Thailand, where the waters she dived every day were in rapid decline due to two local economies (tourism and fishing) battling over the same fragile ecosystem. Working with local residents, dive shop owners, and local fishermen, she and other divers formed an island conservation organization still in operation today. Her latest adventure involves teaching consultants of all types how to start and grow a successful ESG Consulting practice.

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