WTF2050 asks its guest to pick an idea they would like to see come to life by 2050.
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Andrew introduces us to the term ‘weightless exports’ – think digital services and games rather than wood or food. Inspired Leanne and Anna sat down with Paris Buttfield-Addison, cofounder of Hobart based Secret Lab - Secret Lab builds video games and mobile apps, and teaches game and app development through books and online training
Prof. Frank Cuypers is a marketing and tourism academic brought to the island by Tourism Tasmania to share his thoughts on the future of tourism. He talks about the strength of our clean and green Tasmanian brand and the global hunger for authentic experienced based Tourism. Also in the episode an interview with Charles Munn, an American conservationist & ornithologist, Charles’ organization has saved millions of hectares of Amazon rain forest through community based eco-tourism projects.
Louise’s insects are on the standing menu at MONA Faros restaurant, as featured on many fine menu’s across Tasmania. Her Protein Plus Nut Butter blends stocked at East Coast Village Providore (St Helens) and newly opened Derby Providore. In this episode Anna & Leanne discover organic insect farming from inside a shipping container on a beautiful hill in Derby, Tasmania. A town revived in the 21st Century by mountain biking.
WTF2050 Episode 10 - Rosie Martin - speech pathologist, criminologist and Tasmanian of The Year 2017
Rosie Martin - speech pathologist, criminologist and Tasmanian of The Year 2017, starred in our first series of WTF2050 where shared her big idea – no prison (as we know them in 2050), to emphasize rehabilitation not punishment. To expand on the theme we spent a morning at Risdon Prison with inmates taking part in an attachment workshop – learning how to be parents. In this episode we also speak with Ian Thomas, Director of Prison in Tasmania and the champion of many progressive programs inside the prison.
WTF2050 Episode 9 - Sally Warhaft - Broadcaster, Anthropologist and host of The Wheeler Centre’s Fifth Estate
As a close political watcher and mother of twins Sally has spent a lot of time thinking about how far #metoo has gotten us and she shares her bold idea for 2050, one that could transform the lives of little girls everywhere.