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Collaboration: building resilience and real-world value with a nature-first approach

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Taylor Vinter’s recent podcast is a conversation with Glenn Anderson, Project Lead of the Wendling Beck Exemplar Project.

Along with Matt Meyer, this episode covers the vital role of natural capital in global economies, the growing risk to food security, the importance and reward of investing in nature, how collaboration brings about real-world change, creating a blueprint to protect the planet for the long-term, building environmental resilience and how it feels to be delivering something so spectacular that we may not get to experience the impact of in our lifetime.

Here the link to the podcast.

This podcast is part of Zebra Talk, a series of conversations exploring the emerging business and leadership themes of our time.

Hosted by Taylor Vinters’ CEO, Matt Meyer, it brings together those who are shaping the future world of work, for a series of insightful, focused conversations to help businesses think quickly and clearly about what they have to do next to thrive in the future.

In a relaxed interview style, Matt chats with innovative leaders who are rethinking and reimagining the future world of work through designing better businesses – how they create value and solve problems and run their businesses in ways that embrace change more quickly than they have ever done and break down the range of cultural and structural challenges in their path. www.thezebraproject.co