ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMICS
Beginning with the premise that the environment has to be of primary consideration in policy making for the future and that continued demand and expectation for economic growth without due consideration of environmental consideration is simply unsustainable we are are launching into an exploration into what jobs of the future look like.
I am really happy to introduce my two wonderful dialogue partners, Themis Antony, a young woman working in the field of applied research for social and government applications while studying organisational psychology, and Jason Clarke, a creative problem solver and founder of Minds at Work.
Jason Clarke, Themis Antony and Meredith Urie in dialogue
(NB Although Themis and Jason were happy to engage in dialogue, this in no way implies an endorsement of my candidature as an Independent in the Senate or my political campaign)