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Insight Recap: February

Insight is back with a bang and a look at making the world a better place.  In February, we talked with a panel of experts who are using their commercial nous, community connections, and cultural expression to work for good.

Our special guest panel featured:

  • Adam Verwey: Co-founder and ethical investment team leader at green tech superannuation fund Future Super, and a director at the Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility;
  • Jacqui Challinor: Nomad head chef and mastermind behind the #CookfortheBush initiative that saw 30 of Sydney’s biggest names in food band together in an epic gourmet bake sale that raised $150,000 for bushfire affected regions;
  • Caroline Rothwell: international sculptural artist exploring the intersection of art and science, nature and history, ideology and society.  She has been commissioned to make numerous public art projects including City Of Sydney’s “Youngsters” in Barrack Street.

Insight podcast is here
Full video of the panel is here
Opening address here
Adam Verwey on ‘It’s not Business as Usual’
Caroline Rothwell on making art from pollution

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