A podcast exploring
and its wealth of impact opportunities
Meet the citizen entrepreneurs
solving the climate crisis through business systems innovation
This podcast is called Regenomics Down Under – and “Regenomics” is a condensation of Regional Regenerative Economies. In previous episodes we’ve looked at what’s happening – mostly locally in Australia. Today we’re talking about the power of industry action, using the HVAC-R industry (Heating, Ventilation, Airconditioning, Cooling, Refrigeration) as an example.
WHY THIS PODCAST?
We have all the solutions we need for solving global warming – AND the top solutions ALSO make the world a better place anyway…
BUT the solutions that we have today that make the world better today just don’t reach enough people.
The solutions I love come from…
- Big books aimed at global audiences; OR
- Specialist newsletter aimed at fellow specialists.
So I’m making this podcast to talk about who’s doing them and what they’re doing.
RE – because the best solutions are RE-gional
GEN – because the best solutions re-GEN-erate (not just reduce harm)
OMICS – because the best solutions create better economies (especially local ones)
Down Under – because our focus is our region – Australia and New Zealand – with stories from across the Pacific, through the “global south” and around the world.
MEET THE MAKER
Hi – I’m Leigh Baker..
I’m a supply chain analyst turned regenerative business writer – and now a budding podcaster…
I’m excited by the rich smorgasbord of environmental and climate solutions coming to market over the past decade.
The solutions we have today that make the world better today don’t get enough coverage in the mainstream.
And when they do, they look far more accidental than they are.
They’re solutions that smart entrepreneurs are building to make their bit of the world better.
And if you know what they are, you could find your own piece of regenerative action.
Find out more about your opportunities with
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Darcy Small, of Kua Coffee talks about how his Australian-based social enterprise is collaborating with Ugandan coffee growers to help them respond and adapt to climate change