Geo for Earth - Episode 2: How does innovation underpin a sustainable future?
Geo for Earth is a podcast series that explores the critical role that location intelligence and space data have in helping us understand our planet and tackle climate change. Organised by Andy Bennett - Space Lead, and Luca Budello - Geospatial Lead at Innovate UK KTN, the eight 40-minute episodes will feature discussions around a specific topic with two guest speakers including policy makers, sector specialists, and emerging thinkers.
What is the role of geospatial data in building a more prosperous, yet sustainable tomorrow? In this second episode, we will explore why innovation is so important for turning challenges into opportunities, as well as building economic resilience. In this episode, we will also challenge our understanding of what innovation actually means in the context of climate action, and discuss about the need for incremental versus transformational change.
- We are excited to launch our latest publication, ‘Meeting Net Zero with the Power of Place’. Each podcast episode builds on a corresponding chapter in the report, allowing you to get a more in-depth understanding of topics covered. Click here to explore the interactive report.
- Want to join the discussion or ask for support in solving a challenge? Get in touch with us!
Luca Budello – Geospatial Lead at Innovate UK KTN
Andy Bennett – Space Lead at Innovate UK KTN
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