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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

Feb 11, 2021

We know it, but sometimes it's hard for us to take action behind supporting appropriate selfcare. I’ve been guilty of abusing legal substances in my life. From alcohol, tobacco, sugar, I’ve allowed these substances to regulate my mood, my energy levels and short-term feelings of happiness.

On where ideas Launch – the podcast for the sustainable Innovator, I raise this topic because Health and Well being is number 3 on the list of sustainable development goals, and because I know that many are still dealing with the effects of the pandemic on their mental health and well-being.

Today we’ll be talking to Charlotte Hopkins, who has dedicated two decades of her career to helping provide the right support to people experiencing addiction.  Charlotte works in the private sector, and has unique insight on how prevalent these issues are even amongst professionals who do not typically seek public support for their struggles.