TKF19 Podcasts with Hannah MacInnes

Hannah MacInnes joined us at TKF19 to interview participants for The Klosters Forum Podcast Series.

Hannah MacInnes is a Freelance Journalist and a regular interviewer and Podcast Host for the How To: Academy, chairing interviews, panels and debates across a wide range of subjects and current issues.

She also chairs events at a number of other major literary festivals, is a regular at Sunday Papers Live and hosts the series and podcast A Cup Of Tea With.

 

TKF19 Episode 1: Cyrill Gutsch
Cyrill Gutsch - Founder of Parley for the Oceans

Cyrill is an award-winning designer and brand and product developer. In 1998 he created a method called Cross Intelligence, which brings a culture of collaboration to major organizations. In 2012 he decided to focus on a new client vital to us all: the oceans. He founded Parley as a collaboration network for creators, thinkers, and leaders to create awareness for the beauty and fragility of the oceans and to develop and implement strategies that can end their destruction. Gutsch was named 2017 Environmentalist of the Year by the Surf Industry Manufacturers Association for his tireless work for the oceans. In 2018, Parley was named Environmental Organisation of the Year at EARTHx and Gutsch was honored with a Special Recognition Award for Innovation by the British Fashion Council.

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TKF19 Episode 2: Nancy Wallace
Nancy Wallace: Marine Debris Program Director, NOAA

Nancy Wallace is the Director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Marine Debris Program. The Marine Debris Program is the federal lead for researching, preventing and reducing the impacts of marine debris in the United States. Nancy was the Chair of the United Nation’s Global Partnership on Marine Litter and serves as the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Marine Debris Working Group Chair.  She has worked on ocean policy related issues for the past 15 years. Her work includes resource conservation with the National Park Service, developing sustainable catch limits for U.S. fisheries and efforts to improve water quality in the Gulf of Mexico.

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TKF19 Episode 3: The Indonesian Waste Platform
Nina van Toulon - Founder and Director of Indonesian Waste Platform

Nina van Toulon – Founder and Director of Indonesian Waste Platform.

Nina co-initiated the International Waste Platform, a collaboration between country hubs and networks. She brings her own experience as a business owner and entrepreneur, and a ten-year track record of network-building and event management in Indonesia’s waste sector. Nina is a Dutch citizen and has been working and living in Asia since 1987.

Marta Muslin – National Coordinator at Indonesian Waste Platform

Marta is National Coordinator of the Indonesian Waste Platform which promotes collaborative approaches to tackle the marine waste issue in Indonesia. As a Bachelor of Law, Marta supports the government program to draft adequate regulation related to Waste Management. In addition, as member of Komodo Professional Diver association, and Community Project manager of Wicked Diving Komodo, she promotes the activity of Dive for Debris in Komodo National Park.

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