News from John Bunzl

The Simpol Campaign goes stateside

What the world needs now is more cooperation, and, you know, the level-heads necessary to make it happen. When you think cooperation and level-headedness, the US might not quite be the first place that springs to mind, but here at Simpol, we’re committed to empowering citizens in all countries around the world to drive greater cooperation from their leaders where it’s needed most.

John writes:

“For the last few months we’ve been busy preparing for the US release of The SIMPOL Solution, the latest book on why we need more cooperation in the world, and how our thinking needs to change to do it.

“To coincide with the release, we’ve been busy taking part in some interviews to help get the Simpol conversation in the US going, so that we can bring the campaign for global solutions to new audiences there.

“We’re in Evonomics!

“For those who are fed up with the meaningless ‘ding-dong’ between the political parties, Simpol offers a way to cut through that, driving all politicians towards implementing what really matters: a sustainable and just world.”

David Sloan Wilson – American evolutionary biologist extraordinaire, recently read and loved The SIMPOL Solution so much, he invited John and Nick to discuss the book, it’s genesis and their hopes for Simpol as part of an interview for Evonomics – economic thinking that can change the world for the better.

Tom Amarque, author, philosopher and podcaster recently interviewed John and Nick for his “Lateral Conversations” podcast at this link.

If you’ve got friends stateside that might be interested in helping to solve the world’s biggest problems, do consider sharing it with them, or better yet – connect them with us! 


Calling all London-based supporters!

What are you doing on Tuesday 10 July? Simpol founder John Bunzl will be giving a short TED-style talk followed by chat over a few pints at Green Drinks – a regular green industry networking evening in Brixton. The evening kicks off at 18.30 at The Dogstar Bar, London, SW9 8LG.







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