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ed gillespie
Father, inspirational keynote speaker and futurist, author of , co-presenter of podcasts: ‘The Great Humbling’ &
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ed gillespie 10h
Interesting. But premised on a false definition of ‘apocalypse’...it means ‘drawing back the veil’ that’s not an end of the world, but a revelation. We then agree on the work. But apocalypse is a good thing not a dangerous delusion
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ed gillespie Jul 12
Looks to me like a classic over-stretch of industrialisation & marketisation...over-scaled, poorly located, driven by investment not need. I am probably with the RSPB!
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ed gillespie Jul 10
Yes! is a legend!
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ed gillespie Jul 9
It's a lot less bovver...and better for hoverflies and all the other busy invertebrates! Let us put pen to paper, type a missive and ask for a return to the wild!
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ed gillespie Jul 9
You may also enjoy our episode on travel:
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ed gillespie Jul 9
Thanks! Glad you enjoyed it!
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GalwayConventionBureau Jul 9
An incredibly inspiring video by Ed Gillespie , resident Futurist. Ed is an internationally acclaimed inspirational speaker and director of Greenpeace. For 18 mins let’s sit back and think about Regenerative Tourism. via
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ed gillespie Jul 7
Replying to @OllyLawder
You can’t make it up! Burn and slash that red tape! (Unless it’s got cash attached)
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ed gillespie Jul 7
Heart in mouth...
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ed gillespie Jul 5
A fan of our podcast was listening to the last episode while on a run and was laughing so hard during the end that she couldn’t breathe and a stranger came out of their house to check if she was OK...
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ed gillespie Jul 2
Thanks Derek! Do have a listen to on food...& my excellent co-futurenaut may well share your taste in music 😉
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Derek Stewart Jul 2
Great lecture today from and how systems could/should change (in this instance for agrifood production) and how crises always seem to prompt game changing moves. Are we at the crisis point yet folks?
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ed gillespie Jul 2
We mention you too Lucy! H/T for all your work on wrangling this bloody industry towards better 😉👏
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ed gillespie Jul 2
Tony Seba of
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ed gillespie Jul 1
Replying to @simontgoldsmith
Thanks Simon. Really appreciate that. It’s taken twenty years to get this informed 😉🤣🙏
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Simon Goldsmith Jul 1
Turn off your TV and listen to a podcast roller coaster ride of laughter, despair and thankfully hope. Great host & super informed contributors inc . Do it now.
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ed gillespie Jul 1
Hey you will enjoy on Food & Fashion I suspect? Why don’t you have a listen?
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ed gillespie Jul 1
Slow travel, rebellion and new power...nice ⁦⁩ clip from last year. Looking forward to reimagining the great wave this autumn - come join!
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ed gillespie Jun 30
I’m doing a webinar with the awesome ⁦⁩ on Thursday morning on Covid-19/climate change...is this the non-linear/once in a generation opportunity for truly radical regenerative change? Should be a great conversation...sign up! (Free!)
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ed gillespie Jun 29
Thanks Andres! We’re recording Series 1 final Episode 12 tonight...Jon is going to debrief his camping experience! 😉
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