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Dr Paul LeBlanc is President of Southern New Hampshire University. He says his goal (and that of SNHU) is making the world a better and more just place – one learner at a time. And how they are doing it, at scale. We talk about the social justice underpinnings for College for America, and […]

Dr Colin Kennedy is Head of Impact for the Young Enterprise Trust. We’ve been too busy focussing on the problems…it’s time for the solution section Enterprise is the most powerful agent of change we have – for good or bad. How could we have a bigger positive impact? Why wouldn’t you use something exciting […]

Dr Ben Anderson is Principal Research Fellow in the Energy & Climate Change Division of the Faculty of Engineering and the Environment at the University of Southampton, UK . We ask what big data can tell us about habitual energy and water consumption. Living beyond our means. We are currently living outside of our […]

Amadeo Enriquez-Ballestero is science presentation co-ordinator at Otago Museum. If we all did a little bit, we could make big differences in the world. My motivation is offering the experiences that I would have wanted as a child to kids around New Zealand, and seeing that I can make a difference. Don’t stop feeling life […]

Connor Boyle of the Malcam Trust has a diverse range of interests stretching including climate science, growing and cooking food, writing and playing music, mindfulness and mental health, social enterprise development, and building interactive digital sculptures. His current work focusses on engaging young people in making a difference – to their own lives and […]