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Martin Wright gave the keynote speech for the 2018 Global Good Awards ceremony at BMA House. His ‘Case for Optimism’ was an uplifting and humorous delivery of quotes, anecdotes and personal experiences from the ‘world of sustainability’.
Martin has 25 years’ experience as a writer, editor, adviser and speaker on environmental solutions and sustainable futures.
As an award-winning journalist, he has written for a wide range of newspapers, magazines and websites, including The Guardian, The Times, New Scientist, Newsweek and The Times of India, and interviewed business and political leaders, including Paul Polman, Terry Leahy and David Cameron, among others. He has broadcast on major radio and TV networks, including the BBC, Sky, Al Jazeera and independent television.
Read his full bio here.
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Anyone wishing to be part of the Global Good revolution and this unique awards programme can contact Founder, Karen Sutton: karen@GlobalGoodAwards.co.uk