Smarter Impact

Alan Schwartz AM - A seeker having a late stage political awakening

December 01, 2020 Philip Bateman Season 1 Episode 69
Smarter Impact
Alan Schwartz AM - A seeker having a late stage political awakening
Chapters
3:50
Societal fundamentals, being a good capitalists, legislation and how to reach Net Zero by 2050
16:45
Good companies, the undermining of democracy, value creation and the tragedy of the commons
23:46
Industrial history and rising to the challenge of a communal obligation for all of us
30:33
Who owns the atmosphere? A global idea to tackle climate change
39:40
The role of Philanthropy as Social Venture Capital and the challenges of advocacy
45:22
The steps to boards investing their corpus more ethically and Hardin's Tragedy of the Commons
48:46
The journey of a seeker, not a sage, aligning profit to value, and understanding regulations as a societal mechanism
Smarter Impact
Alan Schwartz AM - A seeker having a late stage political awakening
Dec 01, 2020 Season 1 Episode 69
Philip Bateman

Join Alan Schwartz AM and Philip Bateman for a deep discussion on societal fundamentals, the psychology of capitalism, ethics, Hardin's Tragedy of the Commons, the role of Philanthropy as Social Venture Capital, aligning profit to value, understanding regulations as a societal mechanism and right through to crafting a global market mechanism to give value to the air and apportion it all living humans, and how that would enable intra-nation wealth transference from rich to poorer countries as a way of purchasing carbon emission units, at the same time as incentivising businesses to reduce emissions through technology!

https://www.alanschwartz.com.au is the founder of the https://www.trawallagroup.com.au and https://www.universalcommons.com, past chair of https://www.philanthropy.org.au (Philanthropy Australia), he sit's on the council for Swinburne University and has many accolades, including being awarded a Centenary Medal in 2003, followed by an Order of Australia (AM) in 2007 in recognition of his contribution to community and business.

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At the apex of social change, we exist as the possibility of world leaders in business, politics and society being engaging, powerful communicators, and work to accelerate the transition of our world into a more environmentally aware, sustainable and loving place.

Our best work is done with companies at a tipping point, with strong offerings, ready to launch into the next stage of their greatness.  The outcomes of our effort are a more harmonious society, empowering people with the resources and capabilities to lead good lives.

We specialise in:

- Documenting your Impact Measurement and Management
- Making complex businesses and technologies simple to understand
- Coaching senior executives to deliver at their best on camera
- Creating compelling pitches and content, to support Seed/series funding and IPOs
- Crafting digital marketing systems, engagement and growth strategies
- Capturing the passion of your team and clients

Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/SmarterImpact)

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Join Alan Schwartz AM and Philip Bateman for a deep discussion on societal fundamentals, the psychology of capitalism, ethics, Hardin's Tragedy of the Commons, the role of Philanthropy as Social Venture Capital, aligning profit to value, understanding regulations as a societal mechanism and right through to crafting a global market mechanism to give value to the air and apportion it all living humans, and how that would enable intra-nation wealth transference from rich to poorer countries as a way of purchasing carbon emission units, at the same time as incentivising businesses to reduce emissions through technology!

https://www.alanschwartz.com.au is the founder of the https://www.trawallagroup.com.au and https://www.universalcommons.com, past chair of https://www.philanthropy.org.au (Philanthropy Australia), he sit's on the council for Swinburne University and has many accolades, including being awarded a Centenary Medal in 2003, followed by an Order of Australia (AM) in 2007 in recognition of his contribution to community and business.

If you enjoyed this content, please give it a like, leave a comment, subscribe for more and share the video - it really means a lot to see your support coming in :)

Smarter Impact is hosted by http://linkedin.com/in/philipbateman and produced by http://bravocharlie.global

Bravo Charlie specialise in targeted video communication for impact investors and their portfolios, using marketing, business development, investing and production skills to engage stakeholders and amplify returns.

At the apex of social change, we exist as the possibility of world leaders in business, politics and society being engaging, powerful communicators, and work to accelerate the transition of our world into a more environmentally aware, sustainable and loving place.

Our best work is done with companies at a tipping point, with strong offerings, ready to launch into the next stage of their greatness.  The outcomes of our effort are a more harmonious society, empowering people with the resources and capabilities to lead good lives.

We specialise in:

- Documenting your Impact Measurement and Management
- Making complex businesses and technologies simple to understand
- Coaching senior executives to deliver at their best on camera
- Creating compelling pitches and content, to support Seed/series funding and IPOs
- Crafting digital marketing systems, engagement and growth strategies
- Capturing the passion of your team and clients

Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/SmarterImpact)

Societal fundamentals, being a good capitalists, legislation and how to reach Net Zero by 2050
Good companies, the undermining of democracy, value creation and the tragedy of the commons
Industrial history and rising to the challenge of a communal obligation for all of us
Who owns the atmosphere? A global idea to tackle climate change
The role of Philanthropy as Social Venture Capital and the challenges of advocacy
The steps to boards investing their corpus more ethically and Hardin's Tragedy of the Commons
The journey of a seeker, not a sage, aligning profit to value, and understanding regulations as a societal mechanism